Newspaper of The Washington Standard, December 29, 1860, Page 4

Newspaper of The Washington Standard dated December 29, 1860 Page 4
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What oUi. 1 Outemporarics Bay of Us. "Washington' Standard. —As an nounced l.v us last week the first num ber of this' paper made its appearance on Saturday last. In its address find appearance*we are confident it has come up to the most sanguine expectations of its friends, and we hail it as a wor thy co temporary. The mechanical part of* the paper exhibits neatness and good taste, 1 icing printed upon new type and of id ro'dalde size, while its edito rial columns displays much ability and experience—particularly so for a young man. We aoknowedge ourselt grati fied with its friendly intimations, and its pledge to continue in that happy state of mind; and we certainly at present know of no cause why we shall not remain personally friendly with its editor. That we may and will differ upon the various political topics that agitate the public mind is altogether probable, but let that difference bo characterized by justice and modera tion. An open manly opponent we admire; but with a hidden hypocritical sycophant we want nothing to do.— J'ivtuer awl Democrat. "Washington St and aud .''—TH e firs t number of this journal was placed on our tible la-t Monday. Its typograph ical appearance is very good, and its original in:.lter h marked by ability. Jn size il is tlii'same as this paper, but is printed on larger type. Considering the short ti .10 allowed ihe publisher to is uo 11 so first number, since the receipt of fit* 1 ma: rial, we arc surprised at its creditable appearance. Tin* tone of its u.'ti •! s is pit \-ing when we contrast if with the lone o|' the party press «it' < >r cgou. The H • •N' '//'/trdprom is , t.) be aliutlifn! e>:p)iien< of the prin -iplc-i of' the llcp'.ibiican party, and :m important auxiliary i ; i promoting the interests of t!i• • Territory. We ex tend to it a cordial welcome, and to its proprietor, Mr. John M. Murphy, out best wishes fir his success.— J h raid. We receive;] tin.' lirst numb r of the \Usln,Sfniln'il , published at (Hvmpia, Washington Territory, l»y JuiiN M. Mn;riiY, il-q. It in ;i large paper, printed "it now typo, and looks well. I>< filil-triaU have the ring of the true metal. the first time, a Republican paper lia • been published in "Washington Territory. All the pat ronage ami power of the ail::iiiii.-tra tion has 1) 'on useil to crush out repub licanism in that territory. The inter ests of the masses <>l the people ol "Washington Tenilory should make them Republicans. i'lu-y are lor five lahor, free press, free speech and for free homesteads. We are glad to see the Republican Simulant floating from its position at Olympia.— 4, Long may it wave!"—- 1 ryus. TUB WASHINGTON STANDARD. —The first number of this paper has been re ceived, and we are happy to place it upon our exchange list. It is pub lished at Olympia, Washington Terri tory, every Friday mornin<* by John M. Murphy, Editor and Proprietor. "We h til its'advent with pleasure; and the editorial ability displayed in its col umns, together with neatness of exe cution—excellent paj e." —typographical beauty and the large amount of valua ble reading matter which it offers, will demand from a generous public the patronage which it justly merits. It will be a welcome guest in every fam ily circle, and we predict for it a trium phant futnre. Success Brother.— Press. WASHINGTON* STANDARD. —Wo have before us the first number of a paper printed at the Capitol, bearing the above pertinent name. It is gotten up well, ami its editorials are marked In ability. It unfurls the Republican banner to the breeze, and we congratu late .Mr. Miitrur upon his advent as a supporter of principles no longer odious, and bespeak for him a cordial support. Kissed at its birth by the sun of political prosperity, may tfie lustre of its folds never be dimmed by a cloud. Here's ourjfc£r— Xtiiih HVaf. Xl;\v PATER.—AW have received UIE first number of the Washington Stand ard printed at Olvmpia, W. T. It is a weekly .journal, devoted to Republican ism. The editor and proprietor is John M. Murphy, formerly of Portland, a young man of ability and energy. The number beibrc us presents a very cred itable appearance. Much as we dislike the political complexion of the paper, we sincerely wish its young editor suc •ce-< in his enterprise, for we know him to be a worthy, honorable gentleman.— The first and second numbers of the Washington Staict'tril —published at Olympia, by J. M. -Murphy—have been received, it is neatly printed, on new type, and judging lrorti the copies be fore us, we predict it will assume a high place among the political journals of our land. It is Republican in politics, and published at $ 5 per year, in ad vance.—Adrucate. fe*vr" e liave received the first two numbers ot tlie Wa*hu<t)ton Stoiulurd, a new Republican paper issued at Olym pia, W. T. It is edited and published bv <J. M. Murphy, Esq., formerly em ployed in this city as jr"journeyman printer. The will tfouht less exert themselvo* to sustain this \»aper, which is worthy their support. Times. / WASHIXCTON-^TAXDAUD. —"We have received tlie first number of tbis paper just started ,at Olvmpia, W. T., by John M. Murphy, editor and proprie tor. The Standard is printed on new jjiaterial. find H neat in typographical appearance, speaking well for the taste of its proprietor. It is Republican in polities. We wish it a fair share of patronage.— Farmer. We have received the first number of the Washington Standard. We wish the proprietor, M'\ Murphy, who is a tvpo, pecuniary success; but "darn" his politics.— JJemocratic \ 0;/".) Herald. Gentlemen, our politest bow to you. Wc cordially reciprocate your kind wishes for our success, and trust that our relations to each other may ever continue pleasant. A happy New Year to ye al 1! Ordinances of the Town of Olyinpia. Ordinance Xo. I'i. An Ordinance to vacate the west seven feet of ttic north and south alley in Mocks number twelve (l'J) and thirteen. (13) on the Si lvc.ter fiat of the Tew n of Olympia. Where.ts. the lot holder? owning property on the east > ; deot'Main Street, in the Town of 111 vinjiia. have surrendered seven feet of depth fronting on said street. Mini tleilienteil the same to the town, for the purpose of wideninj; the said Main Street : And Where. 'S. the lot holders in Mocks Rinnlier twelic (I'-') and thirteen, (111) that i- to say, the h|ocks fronting on the east side (if said Main Street, between Second and Fourth Streets, have peti tioned to the trustees of said town to vacate the seven feet of the ten feet wide alley runuini; north and south through said Mocks. and add Un said seven feet to said lot holders who own hind on the e.i>t side of Main Street, of th" hcarinc of which petition due notice has been given accord ing lo law*. Therefore. >, 1. I!'; it ordained liy tin- Hoard ul' Tru.-tees of the Town of Olympia. That tin- we t seven fe.t i.f tin- ten IVit will- alleys runuiinf 11-•fill iiml smith through blocks twelve iiml tliirli i-11 of saiil town. that i< to say. tin- w -t seven ti rl of the'ten feet wide si lit v. between Main aiol Washington rmininjr i»or*h and south from Si nil S: ret t to T..iid Str< r , and the west M'. II feet of tin' tin feet v-ido an y between MIM Main and Washington Slid t~. runuiuj; south from said Third Street to Fourth Street, lie vacated lieu !tor as a public a!!ry forever. j! Tic- ground, or \ve»t seven fot if said ail/' .MI vacated l»y tlie lirst section of liii- Ordin ance sli II be annexed to and I < lo:i;r l.i the vari ous persons owning ground bounding and border injt i n t!if west sidi' of said alley, and tin* we-t 110 mid iry line of lots l\vn :) and sril'll. (71 nr.-Tld bio. k< I u•.dve anil thirteen, -hall lie reniov ed seven feet ta tile thereby ,-eeuring to the ow ti ll of lots one (1) and eight, (HI in said blocks, fronting on the cast side of said Main Street, the original complement of ground granted by Kd mnitd Sylvester to the various purchasers under it i ill. The Clerk of the Itnaid is hereliv ordered to so t hang" the pi it of the silid town as to show the said vacation of ground, mid to so move the's of the said respective lot holders a. to en form the same to tiie vat ation of said ground es an alley, null the nnnexirtion thereof to mal;e lip tile delicieacy to lot liohlt rs w ho have surren.h red their western seven feet of trrnund lo widen Main titr et to its present vviilth of st ventv—even feet. 2 4. All town plats showing alleys in said blocks as boundary lines of lot- hereinbefore re riled. ineonsistent herewith, are deelared vacant, and must lie modified to conform hereto. I'a.-sid March lid. IStiii. KI.WOOD KV.W'S, President of the Hoard of Tru. tee«. Aaest : Ilichiii-il I.ane, Clerk. Ordinance Xo. 13. An Ordinance to prohibit the use and carrying of Deadly Weapons, and the discharging of I'ire i, I. lie it ordained liy the Hoard of Trustees of the Town of Olynipiu. That any per.-on who shall draw, exhibit, or attempt to use an* deadly weapon within the corporate limits of this town, upon, to, oriigain-t another person, shall he liable to a line of not more than fifty, nor less than t went\-live dollars. js Any person who shall, in the usual walks of life, within the limits of (his town, carry any deadly weapon, shell be liable to a line of not more than ten, nor less than five dollars. js .'I. Any person, who shall, within the follow ing limits, to wit: between liudd's Inlet on the west and north. Adams street, on the ci-t. and I'n ion street, on the south, lire oil'or discharge any gun. pistol, or fire-arms of any kind, shall be lia ble to u fine of not less than five, ami not more than ten dollars. 4. All lines arising tinder 111 i s ordinance shall lie assessed mid inllectcd us other lilies are as sessed mid eollerted under the municipal regula tions of this town: nml it shall lie the xpecial duty of the Town Mar.-'lull to complain of nil violations of this ordinance to the police magistrate of this town. Passed March 3d, 1 fttio. Ki.woon i; VANS, President of the Hoard of Trustees Attest: Richard I.ane, Clerk. Ordinance \o. 13. An Ordinance regulating the compensation of the Town Marshal as Supervisor of streets. He it ordained l>y tiie Trustees of the Town of Olvmpia. That the compensation id' the Town Marshal for his services as Supervisor of Roads and Highways lie, ami the same is hereby de clared to be live per centum on the nniount of road taxes assessed and collected within the limits of said corporation, arid disbursed by him during the year 1N59. Passed March 22, lHf.o. El .WOOD EVAN'S, President of the Board. Attest: Richard Lane, Clerk. Ordinance Wo. 16. An Ordinance in relation to Nuisance*. ? 1. He it ordained by the Hoard of Trustees of the Town of Olympia, That it shall lie the duty of the committee on health and police, and of ev ery member thereof to examine into the state ami condition of every place and part id' the town where lie shall suspect or be informed that there »xists any matter or thing which is or may be pre judicial to the health of the inhabitants thereof. \ Whenever it shall appear to the satisfac tion of either of the members of the committee on health and police, or of the town Marshal, that there exi-ts upon any premises owned or occupied by any person, any dirt, offal or animal or veget able matter, or the contents of anyjiog pen, privy, drain or vault, calculated to injure health, or by noxious air, to annoy the neighborhood, it shall be the duty of such member of said committer, or of th;; town Marshal to cause the owner or occu pant of such premises to be notified either ver bally or in writing, of the existence of such nui sance or annoyance, and directed forthwith to abate the same, ami if such nuisance shall not be abated within twenty-four hours after such notice, the owner or occupant of such premises shall for feit and pay a Sine of not less than live, nor more than fifteen dollars, and the Town Marshal shall be authorised to cause such nuisance or annoy ance to be abated, for the costs of which abate ment. together with the penalty aforesaid, the said owner or occupant shall be liable, and the same shall be collected for the use of the town in the the same manner as other fines and penalties are collected under the municipal regulations of said town. •I'assedMnv 17th. 18C0. Ei.WOOD EVANS, President of tliv Hoard of Trustees- Attest : ItM'tinrd I.nne, Clerk. Kan FranclKro tgeiiry. TIIOS. IJOYCE, Esq.. N. K. corner of Montgom erv and Washington Bt?.. and CIIA.S. A. CRANE, Kst|., are our authorized Agents in San Francisco, to receive and receipt for Subscriptions and Ad verti^itiK- ('HAS. BARRETT. Eiq.. News Atrent. is im huri/ctl to tr.uivi>;t business for u.- iu Portland. Til Ml li IT KAY CO!! J'' .VOW YK that at the Old Post Office, Portland, all Descriptions of Stationery, Blank Books, &c., All Novels by the following Authors, vir Mrs. South worth, Sam Slick, Miss Bremer, James, Mrs. Ilentz, Mrs. Gore, Ann L. .Stephens, Mrs. Holland, Charles Dickens, Wni. llowitt, Bulwer. Lngctchiuikoff, Miss Pnrdoe, Spindlcr, Reynolds, Ward. Emerson Bennett, C. A. Murray, Oh: r cs Lever, l'ierce Kj^an, Alexander Dumas, Dc Beauiord, t apt. Marrvutt, Anilerson, Smith, " Charles Roweroft, Arthur. Mrs. Mabcrly, \ in-worth, K nowlcs, MaUlaud, De Vigny, Eugene Sue, Mrs. .S. C. Hall, D'l.-rueli. Currer Bell, E. .1. Peterson, I>. Jlennav, Leigh liiint, Wharton, Carlile, Miss S. Ferric, Kllen Pickering. Henry Fielding, I.ipjiaril. Mrs. Inchliald, Frank Farleigh, 11. 11. Milman, Mrs. <!rav. G. 11. Lewis, Dr. 11'>11 ictit, Mrs. Gaskcll, Geo. Sand, Collins, Tobias Smollett, Mrs. Trollope, Thackeray, and of all other authors, copies of which will be sent by mail or express to any part of Oregon, or Washington Territory, oil receipt of fifty cents per volume in postage stamp.', or cash. X' H.—Liberal allowance to the Trade. ALSO Tali* of tin' Highwaymen, Adventures, Revolutionary Tales, Travels Cook Hooks, &<•., iVe. Also the followinj new Novels: lio%uli-ts ami Itcpuldicaus, Fallen Stars, tluel ialiii." or the Death of Morpin, Dickens' Short Stories. Against Wiiul ami Tide, Tin* Haunted, The (Mil S'ouc Maii.-iuit. The Mill on tin 1 Floss. Anecdotes of I.oil'. Ail.mi Until. Minis ter's Wooing. Out of tlir Depths. Croi'ton. Si lt lli lp. Willi Sports of tin- Suntli. Adventure., of Jonathan ll'iincbn d. J- i' .* \ (Ilcnn, l.ovc me lit tle. |mi' mi' lung. I.ove -liv Michclet, troni the French. Woman —1 >v Micliclct, from the l'rcnch. Tin' Virginians. AM tin' above works art' l>y tin 1 most noti'il au thors in tlic wortil. Also. New-paper*. Periodicals, Ac. Agent fur tile San Francisco Ilullctin. Alta California, iinil Wa-liintrtiin Stauilaril, tin' lie t papers on the Pa i roast. A -;i 1 • ript;on list. w'th scale > f pricis. will In 1 sent to iiny part, if desired. Al-o dealt r in Appl< s. l*t ars. Plum*, Ac., ami ail kinds lit' jrri'* :i :>i• 1 diiid Fruits, ('audit's, Fi-h Sauces. Svrnp-. lVwdcr ami Sh'»t. ffr;y All nf tin 1 above will In' carefully packed ami .-cut to any portion of the on intry desired. t'II Alii.KS HAIiUI'TT. I'ro., At the »M 1 Post Olliee, Cortland. Oregon, November 17, lstio. l:tf .\oticc to Uoiiafion €l:tiiiiaiit« OF WASHINGTON TKlMirriHtV. MOUIC than Fourteen llumlred Donation Pa. pcrs, (Notification* and Final I'roofs, t are HUH Iving in the pigeon-holes of the Register's Of fice, up HI which certificates can lie issued as soon as FKI.I, and CtIMIM.KTK CtH'IKS Alii: >IAI»K. To do the whole of that work would roquiic the constant labor of the Register from tivo to three years, provided that he had no other duties toper form. Itat when it is known that two-thirds of his time is occupied with coullicliiigdoiiiitioiisuiid pre-empt ion cases, persons hn\ing dniiiitiiui papers in the otlice may well look to the future for their certificate* and I'atcnts. Relieving that many would prefer having their donations completed now, rater than wait for the iti leliuite ' course or human events," and being wellacquaiiited with the business, I am prepared to make out papers mil procure (,'ertilicatcs fir claimants in alt parts of the Territory'. I will ulsn attend to tile preparation 'iin! tiling of declaratory stateineiits and filial proofs fur pre-empt ions, n nil lira will); mapsofclainisiiiid Tow n sliips, from the origintial survey s. for those <lc»iring them. For preparing the papers and procuring a certificate fur it ilouatiou claim, where there is no conflict, my charge is live dollars. For preparing ainl ti ling" declaratory statements and paying the government fee, three dollars. For Township maps, live dullars. and claim maps one dollar each. In all cases the fee must come in advance. Persons having bought land, nci|tiircdunder the Donation Law, cannot be too careful to see Certifi cates are issued. A. M. POK, Nov. 24. ISiiO. [3:tf 1 Olympia, W. T. QUINCY KALL —TIIE— LARGEST Clothing Emporium IN CALIFORNIA. 1 IT, 119 and 151 WaNlilngton St., SAN FRANCISCO. November 17, 18C0. I:tn3 EL WOOD EVANS, ATTORNEY AT LAW, OLYMPIA, W. T. Office in Wright's New Building, first door cast of Main Street. Nov. 11th, 1800. My Notice to Tax-Payer*. IHIE Delinquent Tax Roll of Thurston county will be kept at the store of Wra. U. Dunhip, in Olympia, from and after this date. All persons who have been called upon for their taxes, and ImveTnot paid the same, are requested todosollE FOKK TUB 25T11 DAY OF DKCEMHER NIC XT. WILLIAM KILLINGS, Sheriff of Thurston County. W. T. • Olympia. Nov. 25. lBii". U:t\ I $015,000 to (liMtributed in ttiflg JANUARY sth, 18G1. GEORGE G. BRIGGS' GRAND VOCAL AND Dramatic Gill Entertuinmeut will be given nt the MAIIVSVILLE THEATRE, January sth, 1801, on which occasion the following Magnificent Prizes will be distributed uiuong the Ticket Holders. 412 Prizes. Tickets, s2l LIST OF PRIZES. FIRST PRIZE —Briggs' Old Orchard—This property consists of 105 acres of Yuba River Bottom Land, together with the House known as "Briggs' Ho tel." und the Barns and Sheds attached thereto. The Orchard numbers .'1.1,1100 Trees, nil of the choicest varieties, and i:s the largest orchard in the world, and probably the most productive property in the State. The Fruit from this or chard brought, iu 1858, S'o,000; ill 1859, SIOO,- 000; iu 1800, about $125,000. This property is valued at $210,000 SKCONO PRlZE —Sacramento River Orchard—Con taining 100 acres; 'Jl,ooo Fruit Trees in variety; planted iu 1857-'SH, most of which will be in good condition for bearing Fruit the coming year. Valued at $120,000 TIIIRII PRlZE— Oroville Orchard—Containing 200 acres; 18,000 Fruit Trees iu variety; valued at S!Jn,OJO Forum PRlZE —Paxton Orchard, near Marysvillc— To acres of Land, 12,000 Fruit Trees, Mouse and Burn; valued at $72,000 I'iKTii PRlZl: —llaun Orchard, near Marysvillc— os acres, 5,000 Fruit Trees, 20,000 Grape Vines; valued at $53,000 SIXTH PRIZE —CoIe Orchard, near Marysvillc—4l acres, 7.000 Fruit Trees; valued at $42,000 SEVENTH PRlZE —Vineyard on the old Ranch, 2} miles from Marysvillc, 10 acres, 8,000 Vines: valued al SB,OOO EKIMTH PUlZK —Grain Field—part of old Ranch: 25" acre-: Milued at SO,OOO NINTH PRlZE —Grain Field—pari of old Ranch; lxn acres: valued at TENTH PRIZE -Sacramejito lliver Ranch—2so acres

(Meadow ): valued it s;t.oiai ELEVENTH I'lllZ;: —Paxtou Ranch—l Meadow): 5o acre-: valued at s; THE I. IT II Puts' E- Feather River Rutieh—(Meadow): 100 acre-: valued at .52.000 101 l (.'ash < lilts of ..-5 each, from Nos. 124 12..52,000 Total ss»;ir» l ofio Conipri-ing. itltogciln r. II acres of Land. 1«»1 ,- Olio Fruit Vices. 28.00 i Gi.ipe Vine. , ami $2,000 in Cash. The land' upon which these Orchards lire plant ed arc all bottom lands, and as good as can be found iu the State. Apple . Peaches. Apricots. Nectarine", IV it --. Plum-, FL-. trainee. Black Wal nut. Almond, fir.; will lie found in these Orchards iu greatest variety and of the choicest kinds. The character of the Fruit is well known throughout the Northern and central portions of the State. All of the Vines and nearU all of the Fruit Tree will be of age t" l>e*ra good crop the coming year. We appead the following certificate for the benefit of per.-ons not well acquainted with the value id' the property: We. tin' nude; igned. hereby certify that we are at-<! II a i 111 ei I with ino t of the nhuic «I>--ciilji'tl prop erty, ami that we ilo not believe itj value, lis above stated, is over e timatcd. .1 ohii C. l a!I. Marvsville. Ilun. S. M. Hli-s. Murysville. Wm. I\. llml i HI, li. W. C. Iliie, John A. Pnxton. " John Q. Packard. " S. IV Weill, J. I!. Humphrey, Ifev. K. I!. Walswnrth. Marvsville. J. !•'.'hictiut. F.d. F\pic-s. 11. I'. Hi en . I'M. Appeal. John I!. Kidgf. IM. Democrat. Charles I'ovilia 'id. Marvsville. (Jen. John A. Sutter. I lock Farm. Itii. tl. \\ heeler, for, ■. i'al. State Ag. Society. Sacramento. A. I'. Smith. Sai rim ento. Sidney Smith, " J. Ilryatit Ilill A Co.. San Francisco. J. 1.. S.iiil'ord. San Frinci.-co. Knapp. Ilnrrill .V Co.. San Franei-co. The Distribution of the tiitls will be under the ilirei'tlon of a Commit'ce of gentlemen chosen by tile pndii'iicc oil the < veiling i f the ( oaeert. OKOIUiK ti. ItIMCCS, Proprietor. Man villi-. tit. 1 SiiO. I ; Id. e»ic . ie>oi.i»ii*.oi Infi-3Siavit<u;i(»c < oiiiial anil IIKALTH lIKSTOHATIVK—IS TUB MOST VAL u.ili'.o ami uunirpa.sid remedy for Uhcumutism and tlout to lie found in tln* world and known at pre-cut. Tiir discoverer (it the above medicine docs i-l:i ■id i!> iII till I! I>il it v in nil cases of lihcuuia li- in iiml <iimt —l\ in'u ii.-i d according to direction —and docs oiler a reward of live thousand dollars to any medicine that v. ill supersede it. anil is en tirely vegetable. Till' Doctor is enabled to ofl'cr tin- alioM' rewai.l on atvouut of his having used the alum for tin years in hie practice, and has never known it to fail in tin 1 cure of the most pro tracted fa.-i's of Khcumutisui and (Jont. Dr. Adol phus is known and highly ci'lcbrati d all over the State, for his i-nres in Kheuuiatism, tiout and Chronic Diseases. In secondary and tertiary Sypliillis. Scrofula, enlargement of tin' (Hands, Dropsy. and all ner vous and Cutaneous Diseases and the whole train of Chronic Diseases, whose very name is II terror us well to the I'hyMvian as to the patient, this medicine has proved to he superior to any in exist ence, and has cured thcin in so short n time that they appeared like being abolished by magic inllit cnce ; in fact ft few more such discoveries, and druggists will not need to keep u lot of useless medicines oil hand, whenever they arc prescribed once in « ten score, they have lost by time their properties, in which their value did reside, if there was actually any in them. Take this medicine when your digestive organs are disordered and your blood is impure, and it will surely act on your bowels. Take this medicine when your have n cold, and it will make you perspire freely. Take this medicine when your urinary and ab sorbing organs are disordered and it will net on jour kidneys, it penetrates e\cry part of the. body searches even the most remote and secret recesses of your system, iiml removes the diseases located there—it restores healthy action ami give tone to every organ in the huuutu body—therefore it litis righteously deserved the name it bears HEALTH KESTOKATIVK. The Doctor, who is averse to nil patent medi cines, wishes to lie understood that the above uiedi eine is no such thing, lint that he has through the introduction of thin medicine with its treatise and direction for use, made every sufferer to he his own pi. ysiciun in the aliove mimed diseases. Thinking it under my dignity to follow the inode of quacks Itv appending the certificates of physi cians or private persons which it is too well known CAII be had for certain remunerations, applications of friends, or l>v the mode of boring n man half to death, for even the most worthless trash, 1 will therefore leave to those in want of medicine to en quire personally of men who have been cured by my medicines of (lie above diseases, and who can be found in almost every city and villingc through out the State. I consider such personal convic tion far more superior to certificates of persons that are far from being known to them in wunt of medi cal aid. Hut should any one care for written testimonials or certificate# regarding the cures performed by this medicine they call nt my office and I will shor thorn certificates of true merit, which have been sent to me voluntarily, without npplyiug for thcin, or by boring individuals to get them". For sale by ADOLPHCB & .ICNGKRMAN, 40 Montgomery street, three doors from Hush, and by all the Duggisls in the city. AUENTB —Crowell & Crane, corner of flay and Front streets—Kedingtou & Co., Clay street—Mor rill, corner of Washington and Mattery sts., .San Francisco. * 1:1 in WASHINGTON HOTEL, SILiS (•H.I.IIIEK, l*ro. CORNER OF SECOND AND MAIN STREETS, Olympia, W. T. Hoard per week 00 Olynipia, Nov. 'J!!. 1 SCO. '.My DB. J. C. YOUNG, TATK PIIOKEBSOU OK THE U.NIVKRBITY OF PENS. Can be found at his Private Medical Office and Hospital, No. 210 CLAY STREET, Opposite the southeast corner of the Plaza. WHERE HE CAN HE CONSULTED PRl vatelv, and with the utmost confidence, by the afflicted, at all hours daily, from 8 A. >l. to 8 P. M. DR. YOl*Xfl addresses those who are suffering under the affliction of private diseases, whether arising from impure connection or the terrible vice of self-abuse. Devoting his entire time to that particular hiaiich of the profession, he feels war ranted in GUARANTEEING A CURE IN ALL CASES, whether of longstanding or recently con tracted, entirely removing the dregs of disease from the system, aud making a PEKFLCT and PER MANENT "CURE. lie would call the nttention of the afflicted to the fact of his long-standing and well-earned rep utation, furnishing sullicient assurance of his skill und success. Upwards of five thousand cnscs have been dis charged cured in the year ending July Ist, 18(10, showing a record surpassing nuy hospital in the United States. CONSULTATION, by letter or otherwise, FBEE CONSTITUTIONAL DEIfILITY AND SEMINAL WEAKNESS.—Dr. Young addresses those who have injured themselves by private end improper indulgence in that secret und solitary habit which ruins the body and mind, unfitting them either for business or society, with the view to impress upon their minds, before it is too late, the absolute ne cessity of skillful medical treatment, und by a direct course of reasoning to show that although we may not be ungrateful for the health given us, that it cannot be sported or trifled with without loss; and when once engendered cannot be regain ed by mere abstinence from folly, or urgent und strong di-plny of courage. It may not be generally understood by the great majority of sufferers from mental depressions, that these dull and heavy sensations experienced in the head and about ill" chest, accompanied by feelings ol' anxiety mid foreboding, arise from a disorgan ization of the important functions of the body.— Such, honcvr, is the f..rt, aud in latter years to such a.i (Me .! has tliis been carried that our In sane Asyl.ius- arc becoming filled with patients wlioo.vt to this cause alone their suffering. The study ami practice Of years lias shown conclusively that to the wcaktic sof the genital org; . nper induced far too often b\ -elf-abuse. wh (it has be come so apparent in the lace ; and where once our fathers stood giants in ina.-i olar force, the men of to-day me dwarfs in eonidari-on. The of the disease n'i'y be faint to-dag, but so surely in you experience that weakness in the back and limbs, dimness of sight, nervousness, derangement of the digestive fnnctiuis, and gen debility, so surely will f<.How the harrow ing menial pro-tration too awful to contemplate, and which will end only as the last breath comes str«i«f- Vtlinjr. ga.-ping from the l>rea t of the expiring vic tim. There U something noble in dying when the good li.iht has lieeti fought, but what man can view a grave tilled by one whose life dl'ihbk'd out in pollution, without a feeling of di>gust. !>o not hesitate, hoping that time will eradicate what it only strengthens, but t all at once at my oflice, with the full assurance of a speedy and per manent cure. Let no sense of false shame deter you. but save yourself from the awful (licets of this dread di-order, and regain the full strength of vour manhood. >lcniir> In no form cntsrs Into (lie lleiiieili?« li> Or. l'ouiifr. Mercury has been named, not inaptly, '• The curse of Man,'' as, under the treacherous garb of a restorer, it bequeaths the most terrible disease. We do not see it at once, but hidden beneath the fair surface, it poisons the blind, destroys the ner vous and muscular system, preventing the action of the joints, and rendering wretched, under the name of tliciimatisin, the life of the stifle res.— '•The remedy is worse than the disease," its tunny a poor, crippled, miserable, toothless wretch will say. while pointing to his decayed jaws and ulcer ous gum*, he tells of its ravages—or at his swollen joints and body marked with purple or leaden col ored sores which speak of his pains, and again at his impaired, ruined digestion, which tells of wretched days and sleepless nights. All n tree lions arising from the use of mercury perfectly eradicated and liealtli fully restored. All disriiNfN ol' a iirluitc nature arising from impure connection, such as Vlecrs, Swelling of the Croins, fleers in the Throat, Sec ondary Syphilis, Cutaneous Kruptious, ricerations. Tertiary Syphilil, Syphilis in Children, Mercurial S\ pliiliiie Affections, (•onorrluea, elect, Strictures, I'al.-e Passages, Inllamatioii of the llladdcr. and I'ro.-trate (ilands, Kxcoriations, Tumors, I'ustulcs etc., treated in the most scientific manner. Cure always ftiiarstnteed or no fer Required. l>r. Young would state that he has been a pro fessor of Obstetrics ami Female diseases for the past fourteen years, and is fully <|iialilied to ad minister in all eases tioth medically and surgically, not in a superficial, hut in as thorough a manner as years id' study and practice—both in hospitals and private families—can make. Therefore fami lies can rely upon him as upon a father. All in atlliction can find in him one who can feel and sympathise with, and befriend them in trouble— one in whose secrcsy the utmost hontidcnce can be placed. Come, all ye that are alllictcd and in trouble, and you will lie relieved and cured. Ptlvale Medleal Ofllee and Hospital 210 CLAY STKKKT, Opposite southwest corner of the I'laza, SAN FRANCISCO. Dll. J. C. YOUNG. f>n. J. C. Yorro, who lias become so celebra ted for the thousands of cures which he has per formed ou old, chronic, mcrcuridl, syphilitic, aud all private diseases, w itliout mercury, is consulted daily at his office, 210 Clay st., from !> A. M. to 8 I*. M. A cure tiuaranteed or no pay. Dr. Young has probably had more practice in venereal diseases than any physician in California. He cures all the most aggravated cases of this dis ease, and mild ones lie removes in from two to live days. The Doctor has for many years been knoivu as the most eminent aud successful physi cian practising in the I'nited States, and what is more important to the patient, he always effects a speedy and permanent cure. Travelers, seamen, miners ond others, who wish to be cured without mercury, hindrance from busi ness, or exposure to friends, .-liould apply to him as soon as possible, aud A perfect cure guaranteed in'all curable cases. Tin- following are n few of the mntiv testimonials of l)r. Young's ability ns n practitioner, which Iwve appeared in tin- public journals of the Inst few years: [FITUX TIIK ROSTON MEDICAL JOI-RNAL.] Although we are opposed to the system of ad vertising for (rood and suffifient reasons, still we deem it lmt justice to say that I>r. Young is one of the most industrious and indefatigable votaries of the medical science iu the I'nited States. [FROM PBOPKSBOR JACKSON.] The subscriber is personally acquainted with I)r. Young, and has seen much of bis practice, and cuu bear testimony to his merits us a practitioner. [FROM TIIB NEW YORK IIKRALII.] The eminence of this distinguished gentleman in his profession, and the very extended opportuni ties possessed by him for the observance of vene real diseases, makes his services invaluable to those afflicted with the above complaints. [FKOM THE WIIHI AFII ADVERTISER.] All afflicted with private complaints should, if possible, consult Dr. Young, whose medical edu cation is not surpassed by any physician in the country, la his skill, honor and integrity all mnv rely with safety, while most of the medical prac titioners in this city nre without honesty or res ponsibility. their pretensions being grounded iu ignorance mid assumption. Important lo MranperN and Other* Requiring Nodical Treatment. Dr. \ oitng is the pioneer \dvertisiiitf I'hysicinn in California, and the only one now u<lvcr*:i' rc who has received a regular medical education which is requisite for the successful trc-Htm«nt of diseases.- ltecouse of his unparalleled success there have sprung, from time to time, into oxist cnce, impostors, without character or edusation" who. by boasting hHve managed to deceive the m,I wary sufferer into the belief that they were respect able and scientific men. In so doing, they Unve scattered broadcast their nostrums among il'e lion est and unsuspecting, to the destruction of health and in some eases life itself, Beware of them as you would of the I'pas tree, for they arc r.s des tructive. Dr. Young's office is at 210 CLAY ST.* opposite the southwest corner of the I'laza. ' , With regard to remuneration, (an indhpcnpahla preliminary between patient and prescriber, and which no fastidiousness or false delicacy should set aside.) Dr. Young begs respectfully to state to those wishing to consult him, that in ordinary in stances the usual fee is expected as by other prac titioners ; but where patients seek to entrust their cases to his entire management, lie takes this op. portunity of expressin his readiness to name a specific consideration to conduct the case for» determinate period, or to a successful issue, where by the invalid is at once apprised of the extent of the expense to be incurred, and the physician se cured the punctual attendance of his patient, which the golden toll often deters beyond the sc.'oud or third interview, and which arrangement Dr. Young will be happy to apportion to tlie purse—length- of the patient, us may be agreed at the first inter view. TO CORRESPONDENTS. Patients residing in any part of the State, how ever distant, who may desire the opinion and ad vice of Dr. Young on their respective caves, nnd who think proper to submit a written statement of such, in preference to holding a personal interview, are respectfully assured that their communication* will he held most sacred. Dr. Young tales this opportunity of observing that nil letters are only opened and replied to by himself, and the latter as promptly as possible. If the case be fully nnd candidly dcscr'hed, per. sonal communication will be superseded, as in structions for diet, regimen, and the general treat ment of the case itself, (including the remedies.) will lie forwarded without delay, and in such a manner as to convey no idea of the letter or panel so transmitted. Consultation gratis. .1. C. YOUNG, M. I). Tlic Fiem-Si f.iinwr. or I'cnialv Mutiililv rill*. The licst remedy ever discov crcd for I:ppr*.*-'>c<l menses in female.-, Thcv are »nfe mid sine, acting in the most easy manner po- ible, never creating siiknees, hut re..ovatii g tl,e system, e.tid at the same time they remove any obstructs us wlrch may impede for the time the nntural flow of the menses. No family should he without u box ill the house, in: they greatly a-sist in the delivciy. lit maturity, of the child. They should i o he taken under some circumstances, in the early stepes of preguancv, which will appear plain to lc.dies. l'rice S~> per l>ox, with full directions. sect to liny part of the l'acilic coast i;] on icccipt of the money. Address .1, r. vorxo. 2!o Oliiy slieet. Opposite southwest corner of the I'la/n, 1 :m.'i .Sim Francisco. Sands' Sarsaparilla. Tin* Ciroat Ansovie.'iii Rrmrdy For Hie Rloud. win. IIK porxD A CERTAIN Cl'Jii: rou Scrofula, lJlii'tmiatisni, Salt liliitint. Fe ver Soros, Krvsijalas, l'iuijiles*. Hilos, Mercurial Diseases, Liver Com jilaiut. Cutaneous Eruptions, Stillborn lleers, Loss of Appetite, (iciteral J.)e bility, &e. AS AX At.TKtIATIVB AN l> IIKNOVATIXU AlitXT, IT IS l~ t* ALLLtI ! ! ! A plentiful supply of pure bh.od is as essential to animal life its light, heat, and genial sin were are to the vegetabb kingdom. When the proper cir culation of the vitnl tluid is impeded, sickness is the inevitable consequence, the secretions become inthe.llty. the liver becomes clogged with impute bile, w liicli, foreeil into tie x:i m, \itiate.- and in flames the hlood. engendering s< lolula and cutane ous and biliary disorders. '1 he experience of six teen years has fully established the high reputa tion of this invaluable medicine: its curative pow ers have been thoroughly tested in loiig-standirg and obstinate cases, with such invariable succc.-J as to call forth the most flattering ci mmci'dntioiis from eminent physiciiuis throughout the eountrj . NEUUAL TESTIMONY. The follow ing rceoinmeudation is from one of the oldest physieions in New London, Conn.: Messrs. A. 11. & !). SAMS:—(Scntleihci;:—Your Sarsaparilla has been very extensively used in this city mid the neighboring tow us, nnd so far as my knowledge extends, unitormly with success. In a great variety of diseases of long standing, and of a very distressing and dangerous character, which luive resisted a long list of remedial agents, it ha 9 been used—in many of them with complete suc cess, and in all with decided benefit. Kis remind ed by the medical profession as a medicine of great elficncy in a numerous class of diseases, such as in veterate constitutional complaints, when tlie sys tem has been long diseased: in cases of Ioi:g stand ing: in obstinate diseases of the .-kin; in enfeebled conditions of the system; in chronic abscesses, at tended with profuse discharges; diseases of tlio bones; obstinate ulcers; chronic pulmonary affec tions, enlarged glands, mid various other maladies connected with a depraved state of the system. Its use is usually followed with improvement" of ap petite nnd digestion, increase of strength and llcfh, lietter rests ut night, the production of a more healthy state of mind, and complete restoration to health. Trulv votirs. WM. STERXE, M. D. Prepared and sold by A. 11. & D. S A NIKS, whole sale druggists, luu Fulton street, corner of William, Xew York. For sale bv 11. JOHNSON & Co.. nnd IU-MKGTOM & Co., tinn Francisco; RUB k Cons, Marysvillt 11. 11. MCDONALD & Co., Sacramento; nnd by gists generally. 1 ; :: n i Tli© Great Japanese ReiiteCy. THIS WOXDEUFIL REMEDY, CAI.LKD TliK Japanese Yenereal SALVE, and used for flic eirc of Syphilitic Sores and procured ut great trouble and expense, is now placed in the hands of dm* gists for sale, w here persons afllieted can purchase it. and effect cures without the consequent mortifi cation and heavy chanres incurred by go'ng to physicians. The ingredients procured from these scientific and wonderful people are such as have not been known to the rest of the world in the cure of loathsome corruptions, nnd far excels any thing heretofore used. Testimonials of astonishing cures could lie obtained if necessary, but it is only requisite to test it to prove its greiit lunline qtutli ties. The cost is nothing compiled to its value. For sale at all the Druggists. THE JAPANESE SALVE, For the cure of Cuts, Hums, Sprains, (lurfbot Wounds, I'ilcs, Roils, Chilblains, Rrebcs m d A" kinds ot Sores, has been discovered to be the best and most wondcrli.l prepriation c\cr wed. I' 4 healing properties me astonishing. RIUIOM nii'jjii'sl- It supersedes nil salves now in. use, »::d develop' one great good that has resulted from the opening of Japanese ports lo the commerce of the world, and will cause all that use it to rejoice that so (if sirnblc result has been accomplished. 1 his >nl\« has been sufficiently used to test, its Try it all—everybody. No family should be with out it—and although the ingredients are rare expensive, only FIFTY CENTS is charged lors» box. It can be obtained of nil the Drn;gi-ts. DR. KKNT, Agent, Nevada. l.i.i't *>* The be.i» purifier of tl<e b!c<.d i.- Hull's vitjmi ilia