|Rights||No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
WHEN MIND AND BODY are out of sorts with cold extremities, a yellowness in the skin, costiveness, dull headache, and an indisposition to stir about, be sure you are in for a bilious attack, springing from a more or less Disordered Liver. Dr. Jayne's Sanative Pills will bring the Liver to a healthy condition, and speedily remove all biliary distress. <br><br> NO ALUM! NO ADULTERATION! C.J. Hawley & Co.'s strictly pure Grape Cream of Tarter Yeast Powder. On application a sample will be mailed to your address, postage paid, that you may compare our Yeast Powder with others. To test yeast powder put one-half of a teaspoonful in a goblet half full of cold water. The pure powder will effervesce until dissolved, leaving the water clear, while the adulterated will not. You cannot be too careful about these adulterations; it is too late to think of it after the harm is done. Insist upon your grocer ordering C.J. Hawley & Co.'s Yeast Powder. Send for our new Catalogue. C.J. Haley & Co., Grocers, 215 and 217 Sutter Street, San Francisco. <br><br> OUR PROGRESS. As stages and stage routes are quickly abandoned with the completion of railroads, so the huge, drastic, cathartic pills, composed of crude and bulky medicines, are quickly abandoned with the introduction of Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Purgative Pellets, which are sugar-coated, and little larger than mustard seeds, but composed of highly concentrated vegetable extracts and are warranted to cure all irregularities of stomach liver and bowels. Sold by druggists. <br><br> "I WOULD BOX YOUR EARS," said a young lady of Bellefaste, to her stupid and tiresome admirer, "If ...If what?" he anxiously asked. "If," she repeated, "I could get a box large enough for the purpose." <br><br> NO GOOD PREACHING. No man can do a good job of work, preach a good sermon, try a law suit well, doctor a patient, or write a good article when he feels miserable and dull, with sluggish brain and unsteady nerves, and none should make the attempt in such a condition when it can be so easily and cheaply removed by little Hop Bitters. <br><br> MINES AND MINERS are of little value unless the receipts exceed the expenditures. The Robertson Process enables parties to make money in mines where they could not otherwise pay expenses. The means used to extract the gold and silver from ores is very simple and effective. The fact that some parties denounce it who know nothing of its workings is to its favor. John A. Robertson, P.O. Box 552, Oakland, Cal., owns the patent. <br><br> DENTISTRY. Go to Dr. Cochrane, 850 Market street, San Francisco, if you want first-class work at low rates. Cochrane stands at the head of his profession. <br><br> FRUIT TREES OF ALL KINDS for sale at half price, wholesale or retail. Reliable agents wanted everywhere in California. Send for price list and catalogue Milton Thomas, Los Angeles, Cal. <br><br> FOR ALLAYING HOARSENESS and irritation of the throat it is daily proved that "Brown's Bronchial Troches" are a mild remedy yet very efficacious. <br><br> $30 WILL BUY 1000 fine cigars at J.W. Shaeffer & Co.'s 323 Sacramento St., S.F. [San Francisco]. (No Drummers employed.) <br><br> HALL'S PULMONARY BALSAM, price 50 cts. [cents]. An immediate and permanent cure for coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, croup, influenza, catarrh, loss of voice, incipient consumption, and all diseases of the throat and lungs. Ask for California Pulmonary Balsam, and take no other. Sold by all druggists. <br><br> P.N.P. Co. (New Series) No. 98. <br><br> ICE, Now is the time to order ice-making machines for the coming season. Aetna Iron Works, San Francisco. <br><br> OPIUM morphine habit cured in 10 to 20 days, No pay will cured, Dr. J. Stephens, Lenanon, Ohio. <br><br> PICKLES AND FRUIT. The purest home-made Pickles and Preserves of all kinds, put up in the good old Southern style. A liberal discount to the trade. Address, Mrs. Abbey Fisher and husband, 653 Howard St. [street], San Francisco. <br><br> CURE FOR CANCER. Red clover cures cancer, Salt Rheum, and all other blood diseases. For references and full particulars address W.C. Needham, sole agent for Pacific Coast, P.O. Box 424, San Jose, Cal. <br><br> LAND. Good land that will raise a crop every year. Over 14,000 acres for sale in lots to suit. Climate healthy. No drouths [droughts], bad floods, nor malaria. Wood and water convenient. U.S. Title, perfect. Send stamp or illustrated circular to Edward Frisble, Proprietor of the Reading Ranch Anderson, Shasta County, Cal. <br><br> MRS. M.P. SAWTELLE, M.D., Gynecologist. Office - Thurlow Block, corner of Suiter and Kearney Sts. [streets], San Francisco. Office hours, from 11 till 5, when she will diagnose and treat diseases of women. Editor and publisher of Medic-Literary Journal monthly, devoted to the diffusion of medical knowledge among women. Terms, three dollars a year in advance. <br><br> GOLDEN GATE HOTEL. No. 134 Fourth Street, Bet. [between] Mission and Howard, San Francisco. Henry Dederky?, Prop'r. [Proprietor]. The best and cheapest mechanics boarding house in this city. Two lines of cars pass the door! <br><br> MONEY TO LOAN. $500,000 To loan, in one sum or in amounts to sell on country property at current rates of interest, by John T. Little, 302 Montgomery St. [street], Room 1 and 2, San Francisco. <br><br> ST. AUGUSTINE COLLEGE, Benicia, California. Prices reduced to only $175 per term for board, washing, gas, fuel. English and Scientific studies. Book keeping, Elocution, Gymnastics, the Latin, Greek, French and German Languages, and Military Tactics. Extras Music, $13, Drawing, $13. Contingent Deposit, $25. The semester term opens on Tuesday, January 14th, 1880 at 1 o'clock P.M. ??? Rev. J.H.D. Wingfield, D.D., ???? President. <br><br> INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, 824 and 826 Kearny St. [street], San Francisco, $1.25 and $1.50 per day. L.C. Partridge, Proprietor. Two Concord coaches with the name to the hotel on, will always be waiting at the landing to convey passengers to the Hotel free. Be sure you get into the right Coach. If you do not, they will charge you. <br><br> PIANOS AND ORGANS. A $300 organ in use a short time $100. Pianos, $170, $200, $225, $275, and $300. In use a short time, usual price $400 cash. Sheet music half price. T.M. Antisell & Co., 865 Market street, S.F. [San Francisco.] <br><br> CAUSTIC SODA and all soap-making materials. For sale at T.W. Jackson. 12 California Street, San Francisco. <br><br> THE SUCCESS OF THE DAY. Madam Balcear, 532 Bush St., San Francisco. Madam Balcear, the celebrated hair restorer and scalp ????, after and experience of the 10 years in this city, refers with pleasure to her many testimonials as to the success of her treatment. Her hair restorative is invaluable to those who need it. No mineral used by Madam Balcear in her treatment, but herbs prepared by herself. <br><br> IN MAKING ANY PURCHASE or in writing in response to any advertisement in this paper, you will please mention the name of the paper. <br><br> CANNERS AND SOAP MAKERS Presses, dies & c., jewelers tools and special machine work of all kinds. P.A Robbins, Manufacturer, 7 First St. [street], San Francisco. <br><br> STAMP CABINET. Just the thing for Linen Making Etc. This cut represents a facsimile of the Cabinet (open), which consists of fourteen articles, as follows: 1.-Name in Full, any Style Letter desired. 2.-Fancy Initial of Surname. 3.-Bottle of Indelible Ink, Blue or Black, warranted. 5.-Bottle of Ink, Red, Blue, Violet or Green. 6.-Pad and Distributor for Colored Ink. 7.-Pad and Distributor for Indelible Ink. 8.-Bottle of Gold Bronze. 9.-Bottle of Silver Bronze. 10.-Camels hair Brush, for applying Bronze. 11.-Twenty-five Transparent Cards, new Styles. 12.-Twenty-five Superfine Bristol Cards, Assorted Colors. 13.-Patent Cabinet. 14.-Card Case. Price $2.00 Every man, woman, and child should have one of these Cabinets as it is ??? ??? entirely new and useful, neat, clean and compact. If judiciously used it will do all your Linen Marking, Card Printing, etc. for years. The Indelible Ink is manufactured expressly for the Cabinet and is warranted not to gum up the Stamps or wash out. The Pads, when saturated with Ink, contain enough for one thousand ???? each. Below we give a few samples of our styles of letters, any other style of letters desired finished. No. 1 Thomas Smith. No. 3. Miss Nellie Fisher. No. 2. Bertha R. Spuds. No. 4. Chas. [Charles] S. Banks. No. 5. Don F. Miller. In ordering, give the number of the style of letter desired. If any other style is wanted, ??? own sample with the order. These Cabinets will be sent to any address in the United States on receipt of price $2.00 in postage stamps or currency charges prepaid. Address orders Barlow White, 320 Hansome Street, (Over Wells Fargo & Co.'s Express,) San Francisco. <br><br> SAVINGS BANK BOOKS. The highest price paid for Balances in the Savings and Loan. (Clay St.) Old Fellow's, Masonic, French, Farmers and Mechanics, by John T. Little, 302 Montgomerry St., Room 1 and 2, S. [San] Francisco. <br><br> PACIFIC WATER CURE and eclectic health institute, northwest corner 7th and L Sts. [streets], Sacremento, Cal. Being fully prepared to treat all forms of diseases on the latest and most scientific principles together with good rooms and board, we with confidence ask for public patronage. For further particulars address W.F. Clayton, M.D., Proprietor. <br><br> HUMPHRIES' HOMEOPATHIC Specific No. 28. In over 23 years, the only successful remedy for nervous debility, vital weakness and prostration from over weak or other causes. $1 per vial, or 3 vials and large vial powder for $5. Sold by dealers generally or sent post free on receipt of price. Humphrey's Homeopathic Medicine Co. [company]. 109 Fulton Street, N.Y. [New York]. <br><br> BOOTS AND SHOES. John Sullivan, N.K. cor. [corner] ??? and Jackson Sts., [Streets], San Francisco, offers to make to order the best French Calf Leather Boots, at from ?? to ??. California Leather Boots, $6; ??? and Alexis ties, $1 to $??; French Calf Oxford Ties, $??.; California, $??; ??? and Children's ?????????? made to order. Persons in the country ordering Boots and Shoes to the amount of Twelve Dollars or more will be allowed a reduction of four per cent, so as to make the express charges light. I sell Boots and Shoes of My Own Manufacture Only. Boots and Shoes sent C.O.D. Positively one price. <br><br> PRICES REDUCED. Muller's Optical Depot. 135 Montgomery St. [street], near Bush, S.F. [San Francisco]. Spectacles, and their adaptation to the various conditions of sight, have been my specialty for thirty years. Established in San Francisco 1863. Country orders attended to. <br><br> J. HUTCHINSEN'S NURSERIES, Oakland, Cal. Established in 1852. An immense stock of new and rare plants, evergreen trees and ornaments shrubberies. Cypress for hedges. One to three years old. Roses, Fuchsias Pink, Magnolias, Camellias, Daphnes, Etc., Etc., in endless varieties at bedrock prices: seeds and bulbs of all kinds. Send for catalogue. <br><br> GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY, [image - Sir Astley Cooper's Vital Restorative] is a certain cure for serious debility and all the evil effects of youthful ??? and excesses. Dr. Mistie will agree to forfeit five hundred dollars for a case of this kind the vital restorative, (under his special advice and treatment,) will not cure. Price $3 a bottle, four times the quantity, $10. Sent to any address, confidentially by A.E. Mistie, M.D. Send for pamphlet. <br><br> OUR LATEST TRIUMPH! The new "B" Machine, combining simplicity, durability, speed, and lightness in running. This machine is unequaled for all kinds of family sewing, and is made in the very best possible manner, the workmanship and finish being unsurpassed. Extra inducements offered to the trade. Good agents wanted in every county The Howe Machine Co. 873 Market St. [street], San Francisco. <br><br> CONCORD CARRIAGES. Removal. The Concord Carriage Repository has removed to No. 48 New Montgomery street next to Palace hole, San Francisco, where a full stock of "Concord" Buggies and Wagons, the genuine "Concord Harness" and K.M. Miller & Co.'s [Qunicy, Ill.] Buggies and carriages will be constantly kept on hand. T.S. Eastman, Agent. 60 New Montgomery St. [street], S.F. [San Francisco]. <br><br> GILHAM'S GREEN HOOF AND HEALING Ointment for collar galls, harness galls, saddle galls, burns, scalds, bruises, old and recent wounds, brittle hoofs, fever in feet, founder, sand cracks, quarter cracks, scratches or grease. For cuts, burns and all flesh wounds on human flesh. This ointment has no equal. The only ointment in the United States that ever received a medal. For sale and recommended by all Traders, Druggists and Harness Makers. Main & Winchester, 214 and 216 Battery St. [street], S.F. [San Francisco], Wholesale Agents. <br><br> W. DAVIS, MANUFACTURER of horse collars, harness whips, lashes and saddles of all kinds. Wholesale and retail dealer in leather saddlery, hardware, horse blanket, robes, sponges, horse brushes, etc. Send for catalogue. 410 Market St. [street], near First Street, San Francisco. <br><br> FOR 1880. Subscribe now for the City Argus. It is the brightest, spiciest and most readable and interesting weekly paper on the coast. $3.00 per year or 33 cents per month. Sent post paid on receipt of price. Sample copies free. Published every Saturday by The Argus Company, 405 Kearny St. [Street], San Francisco. Established 1870. <br><br> DAILY STOCK REPORT Published by the Stock Report Publishing Company. W.M. Bunker, A.C. Hiester. Daily Stock Report Delivered to subscribers in the city at $1 per month. Mail subscribers, one year $10, six months, $5, three months, $3. Weekly stock report, The great mining, financial and general newspaper of the Pacific Coast. Contains all the mining and other stock transactions complete and the financial news for the week. Subscription one year, $3, six months, $1, Three months, $1.80. Publication office: No. 222 Montgomery St. [Street], San Francisco, Cal. [California]. <br><br> N. CURRY & BRO. 113 Sansome St. [Street], San Francisco, Sole Agents for the Sharps Rifle Co., of Bridgeport, Conn. for - California, Oregon, Arizona, Nevada, Washington Territory, and Idaho. Also agents for the W.W. Greener's celebrated wedgefast, chokebore, breech loading, double guns, and all kinds of guns, rifles and pistols made by the leading manufacturers of England and America. Ammunition of all kinds in quantities to suit. <br><br> THE SAN FRANCISCO PUNCH is the most lively and the most funny illustrated paper ever published on the Pacific Coast. It has three times the circulation of any other illustrated weekly on this side of the Rocky mountains. Subscription 23 [cents] A month, payable in postal stamps, in advance. Sent post paid to any part of the world. Address, The Punch Publishing Cop. [Company], 834 Market Street, San Francisco. <br><br> THE DAILY EXAMINER of San Francisco will be sent to the subscribers, postage or express charges prepaid, at $7.50 per year. The Examiner, established in 1865, is the leading Democratic organ on the Pacific Coast, and is the City and County official organ. The Weekly Examiner, a quarto of 56 pages of reading matter, will be sent per mail or express at, $3 per year. The Market Reports of the Examiner are of the most reliable character and persons engaged in business should give it a trial. Both papers are conducted so as to make them welcome visitors in the home circle. All advertisements of a certain character are rigidly excluded from their columns. Families will find under its weekly columns devoted to matters affecting "The House and Farm" the most valuable information. The Daily reaches the latest Telegraphic Dispatches and the Weekly contains the latest received news going to press. A great struggle is before the Democracy and it behooves the Democrats of the Pacific states to make a gallant fight in the next President contest. Subscribe for the Daily or Weekly Examiner. Wm. [William] S. Moss, Philip A Roach, Geo. [George] Pen. Johnson. Wm. [William] S. Moss & Co., 587 and 589 Washington St. [street]. <br><br> PHOSPHATE SOAP. Phosphate Trade Mark Soap. The best soap for toilet use ever manufactured. Best because it contains all the excellencies of the most expensive foreign or American soaps without their defects. Best because it combines strength with delicacy in such a way that its strong detersive qualities do not injure the skin. Best because it is the result of years of study and experiment in the soap manufacturing business, assisted by modern chemical discoveries. Best because it contains ingredients beneficial to the skin, which unite chemically with the soap in such a manner as to increase its saponaceous qualities. Every chemist familiar with soap manufacture knows that some ingredients which are in themselves beneficial to the skin cannot be saponified ; some are partially neutralized, while others injure the quality of the soap. There are soaps in the market which are to some extent beneficial to the skin, but they are inferior articles for toilet use. Phosphate soap is the Only article offered to the public which combines all the best elements of toilet soap with medical ingredients beneficial to the skin. No salve or ointment can heal a wound or sore of any kind. Every educated physician will tell you that nature alone can do this. Phosphate Soap, by its cleansing, soothing and purifying qualities, gives nature a chance to act freely. Not only for daily use on the face and hands, but for bathing the entire body, there is nothing equal to Phosphate Soap. It is a thorough disinfectant and removes offensive odors of every kind. Ladies who have injured the skin by the constant use of cosmetics may do much to restore their faces to that beauty which nature alone can give by constantly using Phosphate Soap. Thousands of articles are palmed off on the public which have no genuine merit, but Phosphate soap is the result of modern discoveries of celebrated chemists. Phosphate soap costs no more than other good toilet soaps, while its medicinal qualities make it worth ten times its price to every man, woman and child. If you wish to make your hands soft buy a cake of Phosphate Soap, and when that is gone you will buy a dozen and recommend your friends to do the same. For all diseases of the skin use Phosphate soap. There is nothing like it for removing impurities and giving the skin a healthy and natural vigor. Testimonials. San Jose, September 24, 1879. To the Standard Soap Co. Gentlemen, It affords me pleasure to say to the public that I have used and prescribed your Phosphate Soap as a remedy in various forms of cutaneous diseases with the happiest results. I am of the opinion that it is the mildest and most perfect detergent that can be used, either for cleansing the skin and leaving it soft and healthy, or for removing the fetor and corroding influences of sores and ulcerations. I should be sorry to be without it in shaving my face or making my toilet, to say nothing of my good opinion of its remedial qualities. A.J. Spencer, M.D. San Francisco, Aug. 27, 1879, Gentlemen: I received a package of your soap (Phosphate Soap) and it gives me great pleasure to testify as to its superior excellence. As a toilet soap I have never seen anything to surpass it. It also possesses superior remedial qualities. I have used it in two cases of obstinate skin disease, one of intolerable itching. Pruritus, the other an Eczema. In both great relief was obtained. Its emollient properties are remarkable. Respectfully, W.A. Douglass, M.D. 126 O'Farroll St. To the Standard Soap Company. San Francisco, July 19, 1879 Standard Soap Co. Gentlemen: The ladies of my household, four in number, unite with me in pronouncing your Phosphate soap the best ever tried for toilet use. It is noticeable that while it readily removes impurities from the skin, it also leaves undisturbed the natural oil so essential to the health. It is not too strong language to say that we are delighted with it. C. M. Sawtelle, M.D., 120 Capp street. San Francisco, July 19, 1879. Standard Soap Co. Gents.: I have tried your Phosphate Soap, and have no hesitation in saying that it is the best toilet soap I ever used. My wife has used it and is of the same opinion. I have paid as high as fifty cents per cake for an article in every respect inferior to what you sell for twenty-five cents. Henry H. Lynch, 516 Haight Street. The genuine merits of Phosphate Soap and persistent advertising will force every druggist, groceryman and general dealer to order it by the gross sooner or later. Ask for it in every store. The retail price is 25 cents per cake. We wish to sell it only at wholesale, but in case you cannot find it we will send a nice box of three cakes by mail, postage paid, on receipt of 85 cents in stamps. Standard Soap Co., 204 Sacramento St., S.F. <br><br> DR. SPINNEY & CO. 11 Kearny St., San Francisco. There are many men from thirty to sixty years of age suffering from general prostration and a weakening of the system which they can not account for. Dr. Spinney will guarantee a perfect cure in all such cases and a complete restoration of the physical and mental powers. Call at address as shown. Send for Dr. Spinney & Co., a new pamphlet. See adv't [advertisement] in S.F. [San Francisco] Chronicle.