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THAT DREADFUL AFFLICTION, Epilepsy, Convulsions, or ????, soon becomes firmly fixed by habit, each attack increasing the liability to a return, and adding greatly to the difficulty of arresting the disorder. In the absence of proper treatment, a mere faintness, with slight muscular twitchings, occurring at long intervals, in time become violent convulsions of great frequency, and the patient gradually sinks into imbecility, if relief is obtainable at all after the disease is thus firmly seated, it must be from some treatment which is permanent in its effects, and which not only has a tendency to suppress the attacks, but which will remove the morbid tendency to relapse. Dr. Jayou's Alterative has happily been found to answer this purpose admirably; it gradually changes the morbid condition of the system, removes the cause of the disease, and when its use is continued for a sufficient length of time, produces a permanent cure. Let the afflicted try it. <br><br> THE NATIONAL SURGICAL INSTITUTE. The people of the Pacific Coast may well congratulate themselves upon the establishment of one of the divisions of this great Institution upon this coast, located at 819 Bush St., San Francisco. This is the largest Institution in the world devoted especially to the treatment of spinal diseases, curvature of the spine, crooked limbs, club feet, hip disease, knee joint disease, paralysis, piles, flatula, etc., and all diseases requiring surgical treatment. It is composed of four great divisions. Eastern Division located at Philadelphia, Pa., corner of Broad and Arch Sts. The Central Division is located at Indianapolis, Ind., corner of Illinois and Georgia Sts. The Southern Division is located at Atlanta, Georgia, corner Alabama and Tryon Sts. The Western Division is located at San Francisco, 819 Bush St. Each Division has its machine shop where all apparatus used is manufactured under the immediate supervision of a competent surgeon from accurate measurements of the patient in whose case they are to be used. This is absolutely necessary as experience has proven that ready made apparatus is entirely unreliable, nearly always proving worthless and frequently harmful. The Hebrew Observer of San Francisco, says "This Institution is one of the most wonderful in the United States, it being an under taking requiring many years of toil and trouble, and the expenditure of much money. As a result, the Institute has treated over forty thousand cases of crippled and deformed, and has succeeded to the largest and most reputable Institution of the kind in America. Its surgeons are not itinerant quacks, but honorable gentlemen of responsibility, and of an Institution sustained by the best people and press of the land, backed by hundreds of thousands of dollars, and with a national reputation and practice. Hence none need fear to rely upon their promises and advice, and place any case in their hands which they are willing to undertake. They do not pretend to cure everything, and there are many cases which they will not receive under treatment upon any consideration. <br><br> REBELLIOUS ORES Have discouraged many a miner, but the Robertson Process is helping them out of their difficulty. Parties from Tulore county recently brought some of the worst kind of ore to Mr. Robertson's furnace in Oakland, and were shown how to work the ores themselves. They tested the system thoroughly and were so well satisfied that they purchased the right to use the process. John A. Robertson, Oakland, Cal., is the inventor and owner. <br><br> FAMILIES WHO WISH TO SECURE first-class groceries at a low price will do well to read the price list of Scarboro & Co. in another place. This old and well-known firm was established in 1865, and deals always on this square. <br><br> THE BEST EVIDENCE of merit in Turner's Regulator is the fact that those who buy one bottle purchase more and advise their friends to do the same. One retail druggist has already sold half a gross in a short time. The fact that it contains Cascara Sacrade or Sacred Bark encourages druggists and physicians to recommend Turner's Regulator for liver complaint and a blood purifier. <br><br> O. J. HAWLEY & CO. This popular and reliable house will not only fill all country orders for every description of groceries, but will fill orders for any and all descriptions of goods needed in the household or the farm. Give particular description of goods needed and remit by Wells Fargo & Co., or by P. O. order to 215 Sutter St., San Francisco. <br><br> MR. CORNELIUS J. VANDERBILT, The Hartford Courant declares, is about to build a beautiful house on the site of the old Vanderbilt homestead in that city. This house, which is to cost $50,000 will be in the English cottage style, with an Ogden tower, and it is to be built of wood, with a stone basement. <br><br> MRS. PARTINGTON SAYS Don't take any of the quack rostrums, as they are regimental to the human system; but put your trust in Hop Bitters, which will cure general dilapidation, costive habits and all ???? diseases. They saved Isaac from a severe extract of tripod fever. They are the ??? plus unum of medicines.-Independent. <br><br> THE YOSEMITE VALLEY is the wonder and admiration of the world. Yosemite Cologne is a wonderful article and those who buy one trial bottle for 25 cents will never be without it. <br><br> BUY THE BEST. The best photograph is always the cheapest, but at the Imperial Gallery, 724 ½ Market street, San Francisco, you get not only the best but the lowest priced work in the city. <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> SIR ASTLEY COOPER'S VITAL RESTORATIVE, the great English Remedy-has made more cures of general debility, nervous diseases, lassitude and prostration of the system than all other medicines combined. Why will you suffer? Send to A. E. Mintle, M. D., No. 11 Kearny street, San Francisco, for the Restorative and be cured. Price, $3 per bottle. Four times the quantity, $10. Try a bottle. Dr. Mintle treats all diseases successfully. <br><br> $45 WILL BUY 1000 fine cigars at J. W. ???? & Co.'s, 323 Sacramento St., S. F. [San Francisco] (No Drummers employed.) <br><br> THE PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY of Wm [William] Shaw has been removed from 115 to 523 Kearns St, San Francisco. ALL Photographs made at the New York Gallery, No. 25 Third St., S.F. are guaranteed to be first-class. Prices to suit the times. J.H. Peters Proprietor. <br><br> FAMILY PRICE CURRENT. Price list at which groceries and provisions are sold by Scarboro & Co., ??? Washington St. Crushed sugar (A) per lb. ???? Granulated sugar per lb. ???? Golden sugar per lb. ???? ???? sugar per lb. ???? Syrup, ???? golden, per keg of 5 gallons $4.00 ???? green coffee per lb. ???? Fresh ground coffee per lb. ???? Green Japan tea per lb. ???? Extra choice English breakfast tea, per lb. ???? Extra choice Japan tea, per jar ???? Butter, ??? Table, per lb. ??? Fresh Corn Meal, Yellow or White, per lb. ??? Fresh Oat Meal per lb. ??? Flour, extra ?? ?? guaranteed ??? ?????????????? ????????? Candles per lb. ??? ?????? ??????????? ??????????? ????????? Pepper, fresh ground ??? ??? Mustard, fresh ground, ??? ??? Corn starch per package 16 cents ???????????????? Bacon, light breakfast ?? ??? Lard, pure, per lb. ?? Cheese, Heat ?? Dairy ?? ?? Dried Apples, per lb. ?? We have recently made an important addition to our establishment, consisting of a department for liquors for medicinal use, which we will sell at the ???? low figures of our groceries. Our ???? sales ???? us to keep our stock always supplied with fresh goods and our prices always lower than any other ???? to the city. All goods guaranteed, sold in quantities to suit, at wholesale prices, promptly delivered, or carefully packed and shipped from country orders promptly ????. ??? and Co., Pioneer Grocers. Established in 1855. 331 Washington St., <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 the California pulmonary balsam, and take no other. Sold by all druggists. <br><br> BIG PAY.-WITH stencil outfits. What costs ???? sells rapidly for 50 cts. [cents] Catalogue free S. M. Spencer, 112 Wabash St., Boston, Mass. <br><br> P. N. P. CO. (New series). No. 80. <br><br> J. W. TUCKER & CO. JEWELERS and silversmiths, 131 Kearny St., San Francisco, agents for all American, chronograph, Swiss and English watches. <br><br> PICKLES AND FRUIT. The purest home made pickles and preserves of all kinds, put up to the good old southern style. A liberal discount to the trade. Address, Mrs. Abbey Fisher and Husband. 362 Howard St. San Francisco. <br><br> LADIES', GENTS' AND BOYS' solid gold and silver American watches, from $6 to $150. Chains of all kinds. Write for catalogue to Standard American Watch Co. Pittsburgh, Pa. And same paper. <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? 422? San Jose, CA. <br><br> TO FARMERS AND GRASS GROWERS The Green Valley Grain will yield from 10 to 12 tons of hay to the acre, and from 3,000 to 4,000 bushels of roots, good food for all stock. For circulars and price list address. Arthur Taylor. ????, Atchison Co., Missouri. <br><br> AGENTS READ THIS We will pay ??? ??? ?? per month ?????? We mean what we way. Address Sherman and Co., Marshall, Mich. <br><br> CHAMPION SAFE of the world. Manufactured by Detroit Safe Company. A sure protection from fire and burglars. Sargent, Greenlief, and Yale Time Locks. HartÆs Patent Emery Wheels, Benicia Buck Skin Gloves, &c. SamL. [Samuel] B. Paige & Co. [company], Agents. New Montgomery Street, Palace Hotel, San Francisco. <br><br> MAGIC LANTERNS AND STEREOPTICONS for Sunday School and Home Exhibitions ???? C. T. Milligan ??? Philada. ST. <br><br> ST. GEORGE HOTEL, Just Opened, On the European Plan. 812 Kearny Street, S.F. (Near Old City Hall). Meals served in first class hotel style, of great variety and good quality, at all hours of the day, for twenty-five cents. Steak and coffee fifteen cents. Coffee and cakes ten cents. Rooms from 25 cts [cents] to $1.00 per night as per size and location. Board, per week, $1,Room and Board, $5.50 to $7.00. Timothy Sargent, Manager. <br><br> PORTABLE MILLS and French Brick Millstones, Farmers small food mills and all styles of mills for ?? purposes and general mill furnishing and machinery. Address Jon. Wagner and Co. 105 and 107 Mission St. S. F. <br><br> SEND 50 CENTS in postage stamps, coin or Postal Order, and get the San Francisco Weekly Chronicle for three months. Encouraged by an enormous and increasing subscription leaf, and with unsurpassed facilities, the Weekly Chronicle has been enlarged from a 64 column paper to a paper of 72 columns and price reduced to $2.00 per year, and in connection with the change the price has been reduced materially making this the cheapest, largest and best weekly publication in the United States, if not the world. It is the Great Family Paper for the Farmer, Miner and Merchant of the Pacific Coast. It contains eight large pages, clearly printed with new type and on new presses, with blue long columns to the page. It is a complete mirror of the passing events of the world, as well as a library of literature, amusement and knowledge. An Agricultural Department is one of its leading features, which is under the management of a gentleman thoroughly qualified for the position by education, experience and long residence on the coast. As a medium of agricultural information it has no superior. For freshness of news, editorial ability, literary excellence and artistic arrangement, it challenges competition. It supplies the intellectual wants of all- the Farmer, the Laborer, the Artisan, the Merchant, the Miner, the Old and the Young. The price of this unrivaled paper has been reduced to $2 per year, payable in advance, which includes postage. Club Rates. A club of three subscribers, one year, $1.75 each, a club of five subscribers, one year, $1.60 each; a club of ten subscribers, one year, $1.50 each. This includes postage. Send for a specimen copy. All Postmasters are authorized to receive subscriptions. Send money by postal order, registered letter or by express, addressed to Chas. De Young and Co., San Francisco. <br><br> MRS. M. P. SAWTELLE, M. D. GYNECOLOGIST. Office Thurlow Block, corner of Salter and Kearney Sts. San Francisco. Office hours, from 11 till ?? when she will diagnose and treat diseases of women. Editor and publisher of Medice Literary Journal, a monthly, devoted to the diffusion of medical knowledge among women. ??, three dollars a year in advance. <br><br> INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, 524 and 526 Kearny St., San Francisco, ?? ?? and $1.50 per day. H. C. Partridge proprietor. Two Concord Coaches, with the name of the Hotel on, will always be in waiting at the landing to convey passengers to the Hotel free. Beware you get into the right Coach: if you do not, they will charge you. <br><br> ORMSBY THE PHOTOGRAPHER. 914 Market St. near the Baldwin. San Francisco. Send stamp for sample. Cabinet photograph free. <br><br> THE GOLDEN ERA. The Oldest, Ablest, and best family paper on the Pacific Coast. Only three dollars per year. J. M. Bassett, Editor and Proprietor, San Francisco <br><br> SPECTACLES for the old and young. Send for our Self-measuring Guide, by the aid of which you can select proper reading spectacles with a guarantee to suit. Scot free. Berthling and Wates, Scientific Opticians. 427 Kearny St., San Francisco. <br><br> JOHN ROGERS AND SONS, general stock and sale yard. Cor. Market and Ninth Sts. San Francisco. Dealers in hay and grain at lowest market rates. John Rogers has been well known in S. F. for the last twenty-six years. <br><br> THE PACIFIC, a weekly religious and family paper. The oldest on the Pacific Coast. Established 1851. Subscription $2.50 a year in advance. Remit to The Pacific, P. O. Box 2348, San Francisco, Cal. <br><br> THE CITY ARGUS, Published every Saturday, is the brightest, spiciest and liveliest paper published on the coast, and the leading weekly of the Metropolis. All the ?? ??, portraits of prominent persons, pictures of eventful occurrences, etc. $1.00 per year prepaid. Extra inducements offered to postmasters and others to canvas for subscriptions. Sample copies free. Address, Argos Publishing Company, 211 Montgomery Street. San Francisco. <br><br> IRON PIPE, Plain and Galvanized. Brass Cocks for water and steam. Garden Hose, Best 3 ply. Fittings, Sheet Zinc, lead pipes, sewer traps, boilers, bath tubs, etc. Send for Price List. W. R. Allen 701 Market Street, San Francisco. <br><br> CALVERT'S CARBOLIC SHEEP WASH $2 per gallon. T. W. Jackson. San Francisco, Sole agent for the Pacific Coast. <br><br> PACIFIC WATER CURE and Eclectic Health Institute, Northwest corner of 7th and L Sts. Sacramento, Cal. Being fully prepared to treat all forms of disease on the latest and most scientific principles, together with good rooms and board, we with confidence ask for public patronage. For further particulars address H. F. Clayton, M.D. proprietor. <br><br> PAPER HANGINGS! G. W. Clark, importer of fine French, English and American paper hangings. The newest productions of the leading manufacturers constantly arriving. Window Shades, Dealer in all kinds of shade material and trimmings. Agent for the Self-Adjusting Spring Shade Rollers. The manufacture of the gold band and elegant decorative shades for private residences a specialty. Geo. W. Clark, 613 Market St. San Francisco. <br><br> N. CURRY AND BRO. 113 Sansome Street, San Francisco. Sole Agents for the Sharps Rifle Co., of Bridgeport, Conn. for California, Oregon, Arizona, Nevada, Washington Territory and Idaho. Also Agent for 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> DR. SPINNEY AND 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 nervous powers. Call or address at above. Send for Dr. Spinney and Co.'s new pamphlet. <br><br> GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES P. Liesesfeld's Billiard Sales Rooms, 685-589 Market St., Cor. Second St., San Francisco First-class Hotel Billiard tables reduced from ? to ?. Plain billiard tables from $40 to ? ?? Latest patent. Callender's Steel ?? ?? reduced from ? to ? Billiard Cloth, balls, trimmings at the lowest figure. Parlor Bagatelle. Price, from $13 to ? The new game. Chinese ?? ?? price $75.00 Send for catalogue. <br><br> THE AETNA WARM MINERAL SPRINGS, situated in hills east of Mt. ?? in Hope Valley, Napa Co. Cal. These waters closely resemble the ?? of Germany in analysis and salutary effects. They have cured many ?? of ?? Kidney, Spinal and liver diseases; also dyspepsia, jaundice, paralysis, ?? rheumatism, sciatica, ?? ?? debility, bronchitis and pulmonary complaints in their early stages. ?? pamphlet descriptive of analysis and cures, at the office of ? A. Bauer, ? chemist and apothecary, no 101 Post Street, San Francisco. Board and Baths $10 per week. Wm. A. Lidell, proprietor. The Aetna Springs stage will leave the Palace Hotel ?????????? a. m. Fare $2 Wm. A. Elgin, proprietor. <br><br> CONCORD CARRIAGES. Removal. The Concord Carriage repository has removed to No. 45 New Montgomery Street, next to Palace Hotel, San Francisco where a full stock of "Concord" buggies and wagons, the genuine "Concord Harness" and E. M. Muler and Co.'s (Quincy, Ill.) Buggies and Carriages will be constantly kept on hand. T. S. Eastman, Agent. 45 New Montgomery St. S. F. <br><br> HARNESS! And saddlery goods wholesale and retail. Double Ranch Harness, ? to $15 per set, Double Buggy Harness, $10 to ? per set; Single Buggy Harness $12.50 to $75 per set; Side saddles, $5 to $30 each; Buggy whips, $2.50 to $5 per doz; California back lashes 10 ft. ? to ? per doz; two ? lashes 4 ft. ? to ? per doz.; Harness leather, good quality ? to ? per lb. Curry Combs ? to ? per doz., ? straps ? per doz. ? whips ? to ? per doz. ? collars ? to ? per doz.; ? bridles $10.50 to ? per doz. Cinches, $1.50 to ? per doz. Collars $15 to $30 per doz., California hand forged bits and spurs. California saddles all complete ? to $50. Can furnish the names of ranch men in every county in the State who have had their orders satisfactorily filled by freight or express. Send for price list to W. Davis, 441 Market St., San Francisco. <br><br> GARDEN CITY COM'L COLLEGE H. B. Worcester Princ'l. San Jose, Cal. Box 400. First class. Centrally located. Well equipped. Full corps of teachers. All branches belonging to modern business college. Send for circular. <br><br> DO NOT FAIL to send for our new price list. More complete the ever. Contains descriptions of every thing required for personal or family use, with over 1000 illustrations. Send nine cents for it. (Stamps will do.) We sell all goods at wholesale prices in quantities to suit the purchaser. The only institution in America who make this their special business. Address Montgomery Ward and Co. 227 and 229 Wabash Ave., Chicago, Ill. <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> PHOSPHATE SOAP 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. 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. Sensible girls avoid cosmetics but use Phosphate Soap for the toilet because it is fragrant, pure and pleasant. 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 65 cents in stamps. Standard Soap Co., 1201 Sacramento St., S. F.