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THE ANNOYANCE and Disagreeableness of Pimples and Blotches on the Skin may be gotten rid of by using Dr. Jayne's Alterative. A safe and rational cure for all Skin Diseases, Eruptions, Tellor, Salt Rheum, &c. <br><br> THOUSANDS OF READERS Can not afford to buy expensive and interesting books of travel, although they are fond of that class of reading. Among other interesting features of the San Francisco Weekly Chronicle, the letters from their foreign correspondents are alone worth the price of the paper. This interesting publication has now been enlarged and furnishes regularly 78 columns of interesting reading matter each week. Every person who sends that paper fifty cents in postage stamps can obtain it for three months with no extra charge for postage. Parties who have never been subscribers can now obtain the San Francisco Weekly Chronicle for this mere trifle long enough to give it a thorough trial. <br><br> FIGURES DON'T LIE. Sparta, Union Co., Oregon, May 30th, 1879. Butter Improvement Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Sirs-The package of "Butter Maker" forwarded by you to W. W. Ross, Esq., of this place, was handed over by him to me for trial, and orders to report the results to you, as I have the management of his dairy. I have the honor to report that one gallon of sweet cream churned at a temperature of 55 deg. and treated with the Butter Maker according to directions accompanying package, produced four and one half pounds of butter of a true golden color, and firm, waxy texture, and of delicate flavor, time occupied in churning and gathering the butter, twenty minutes. One gallon of sweet cream, same lot, churned without the powder, produced four pounds of butter several shades lighter in color, not so firm or waxy in texture, but no perceptible difference in flavor, time occupied in churning, at same temperature as above, forty five minutes. The fine, even grain, rich golden color, increased quantity from the same amount of cream, and the difference of time occupied in the churning and gathering the butter, are greatly in favor of using your preparation, and I have no hesitation in recommending the same to my friends and the public generally. Very respectfully, your obedient servant, Geo. W. Easterbrook <br><br> CONSUMPTION CURED. An old physician, retired from practice, having had placed in his hands by an East India missionary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for the speedy and permanent cure for Consumption, Bronchitis, Catarrh, Asthma, and all Throat and Lung Affections, also a positive and radical cure for General Debility and all Nervous Complaints, after having tested is wonderful curative powers in thousands of cases, has felt it his duty to make it known to his suffering fellows. Actuated by this motive and a desire to relieve human suffering. I will send free of charge to all who desire it, this recipe, in German, French, or English, with full directions for preparing and using. Sent by mail by addressing with stamp, naming this paper, W. W. ??, 149 Powers' Block, Rochester, N. Y. <br><br> WHITE'S PRAIRIE FLOWER. Taken before retiring will insure a good night's rest, with an awakening in the rosy morn to health, courage and vigor. For coated tongue, bad breath, sick headache, or any disturbance arising from dyspepsia or torpid liver, it is without a peer. Its action on disease is entirely different from any medicine ever introduced, quieting pains almost instantly. The hue and cry raised against it by patent medicine men, who have foreseen in its advent the destruction of their nefarious business, and the thousands of unsolicited testimonials flowing in from all parts of the New World, is a sure indication of its great merits. Trial ?? at all Drug Stores Half pound bottles, 75 cents. Chas. Langley & Co., Wholesale Druggists, Sole Agents. THE MAN with new tight shoes and an ingrowing nail seems to be the one who is always selected by fate to be compelled to run for a train.-New York Star. A LADY'S WISH. "Oh, how I do wish my skin was as clear and soft as yours," said a lady to her friend. "You can easily make it so," answered the friend, "How?" inquired the first lady "By using Hop Bitters, that makes pure, rich blood and blooming health. It did it for me as you observe."-Journal. <br><br> NO SAFER REMEDY can be had for Coughs and Colds or any trouble of the throat, than "Brown's Bronchial Troches." Imitations are offered for sale, many of which are injurious. The genuine Bronchial Troches are sold only in boxes. <br><br> SECTIONS OF MINING COUNTRY are sometimes abandoned because they can not extract the gold and silver from the rebellious ores although they are often very rich. The Robertson Process is destined to work a revolution in such sections. It is simple and cheap and the right to use the patent is sold on very reasonable terms. For full particulars address John A. Robertson, P. O. Box 552, Oakland, Cal. <br><br> SEE HOW DISCONSOLATE. That man looks as he drags along the street. His face is thin and his walk feeble. His liver and stomach are out of order. If he would use Turner's Regulator his face would look brighter, his step would be firmer and his general appearance would indicate a return of youthful strength and vigor. <br><br> THE SAN FRANCISCO PUNCH is a comic paper of unique type. It is attracting attention everywhere by its originality and genuine wit. The illustrations convey more meaning by a grotesque humor than long articles by writers who sometimes think themselves witty. Buy a copy, laugh and grow fat. <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> OWNERS OF FINE HORSES should remember that Phosphate Soap is good for man and beast. It will cure scratches, collar galls or any kind of a sore on horses quicker than anything else. Every stable should keep a supply of Phosphate Soap on hand. Ask your druggist or grocer for 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> PILLS OF SOLID GOLD are not worth as much to the victim of Dyspepsia or Biliousness as Dr. Mintie's English Dandelion Liver and Dyspepsia Pill. It clears the liver of bile, tones up the stomach, cures foul breath, coated tongue, pain in the side or back, water-??, giddiness, rush of blood to the head, pimples, sallow complexion, is sugar-coated, and no mercury or other mineral in it. <br><br> $1,425.50 PROFIT in 30 days. $10 in legitimate Stock speculations in Wall St. pays immense profits. Pamphlets explaining everything sent free. Heath & Co., Brokers, 1227 Broadway, N. Y. $45 WILL BUY 1000 fine cigars at J. W. Shaeffer & Co.'s, 323 Sacramento St., S. F. (No drummers employed.) <br><br> THE PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY of Wm. Snow has been removed from 115 to 523 Kearny 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> P. N. P. CO. (New Series). No. 90. <br><br> PICKLES AND FRUIT. The purest home-made [homemade] 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, 362 Howard Street, San Francisco. <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 4 cts. [cents] sells rapidly for 50 cts. [cents] Catalogue free S. M. Spencer, 112 Wash'n [Washington] St., Boston, Mass. <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 422, San Jose, Cal [California] <br><br> TO FARMERS AND GRASS GROWERS. The Green Valley grass will yield from 10 to 12 tons of hay to the acre and from 2,000 to 4,000 bushels of roots, good feed for all stock. For circulars and price list address Arthur Taylor, Watson, Atchison Co. Missouri <br><br> MRS. M. P. SAWTELLE, M. D. GYNECOLOGIST. Office-Thurlow Block, corner of Sutter and Kearney Sts. [streets], San Francisco. Office hours from 11 until 3 when she will diagnose and treat diseases of women. Editor and publisher of Medico-Literary Journal a monthly, devoted to the diffusion of medical knowledge among women. Terms, three dollars a year in advance. CHAMPION SAFE of the world. Manufactured by Detroit Safe Company. A sure protection from fire and burglars. Sargent, Greenlief, and Yale Time Locks. Hart's Patent Emery Wheels, Benicia Buck Skin Gloves, &c. SamL. [Samuel] B. Paige & Co. [company], Agents. New Montgomery Street, Palace Hotel, San Francisco. <br><br> INTERNATIONAL HOTEL, 824 and 826 Kearny St. [street], San Francisco, $1.25 and $1.50 per day. H. C. Partridge, Proprietor Two Concord Coaches, with the name to the Hotel on will always be in waiting at the landing to convey passengers to the Hotel free. Be sure you got into the right Coach. If you do not, they will charge you. <br><br> ORMSBY THE PHOTOGRAPHER. 614 Market St., near the Baldwin, San Fran. Send stamp for samples. Cabinet Photograph free. <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> WANTED, SOLICITORS Male and female to take subscriptions for The California Independent. Liberal commissions will be given. It is the only independent and conservative ?? published on the Pacific Coast. Every family wants it. Address, The California Independent, ?? Montgomery St., San Francisco, California. <br><br> GARDEN CITY COM'L [commercial] COLLEGE H. B. Worcester Princ'l [Principal]. 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> 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> JOB PRINTING OFFICE FOR SALE. A half interest in the finest book and job printing office in one of the most prosperous and attractive localities in California may be purchased at a decided bargain, if applied for immediately. Has three presses, steam power, and is fully equipped for all classes of work, from a visiting card to a three sheet poster. It is now paying handsomely and will bear closest investigation. Owner is compelled to sell on account of sickness. Prices of half interest $2700. Apply to or address Carlos White, ?? Sansome St. [street], San Francisco. <br><br> KELLY BARB WIRE. Cheapest and best fence made. Costs only half as much as board fence. Write for circular giving particulars. Huntington, Hopkins & Co., agents San Francisco and Sacramento. <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 25c [cents] a month, payable in postal stamps, in advance. Sent post-paid to any part of the world. Address, The Punch Publishing Co. [company], ? Market Street, San Francisco. <br><br> PACIFIC WATER CURE and Eclectic Health Institute, Northwest Corner 7th And L Sts [streets] Sacramento, Cal. [California] 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> THE DAILY EXAMINER Of San Francisco will be sent to subscribers, posting 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 to 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 reliable information. The Daily receives the latest Telegraphic Dispatches And the Weekly contains the latest received until going to the 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 Presidential contest. Subscribe for the Daily or Weekly Examiner. Wm. [William] S. Moss, Philip A. Roach, Geo. [George] Pen. Johnson. Wm. [William] S. Moss & Co. [company], 833 (or 633?) and 835 (or 635?) Washington St. [street] <br><br> THE SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE The Leading Newspaper of the Pacific Coast. The San Francisco Chronicle is the first paper on the coast in ability and in the freshness and reliability of it News. Nothing that the world desires to know is omitted from its columns. It aims to fill every requirement of a first-class paper. Its Telegraphic Reports are the latest and most reliable, its Local News the fullest and spiciest, and its Editorials from the shiest pens in the country. The Daily San Francisco Chronicle, including the Sunday Edition, sent to any part of the United States postage paid, for $6.70 a year. The Chronicle Building. 50 Cents in Postage Stamps. Postal Order or Money will get the most Brilliant and complete Weekly Newspaper in the world. The San Francisco Weekly Chronicle prints regularly 72 columns, or eights pages, of News, Literature and General Information also a magnificent Agricultural Department, and 50 cents will pay for it for three months, including postage, to any part of the United States, or $2 for One Year. Club Rates for the Weekly: ?? copies One Year $1.60 each ?? copies One Year, $1.50 each Sample Copies Sent Free. All postmasters receive subscriptions. <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., S. F. [San Francisco] Wholesale Agents. <br><br> TRADEMARK CALVERT'S CARBOLIC SHEEP WASH $2 per gallon. T. W. Jackson. San Francisco, Sole agent for the Pacific Coast. <br><br> W. DAVIS, MANUFACTURER OF Horse Harness, Collars, Whips, Lashes and Saddles of All Kinds. (Illustration of a saddle]. Wholesale and Retail dealer in Leather, Saddlery, Hardware, Horse Blankets, Robes, Sponges, Horse Brushes, etc. Send for catalogue. 410 Market St., Near First Street, San Francisco. <br><br> SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CITY ARGUS [text embedded inside patterned block], Published Every Saturday. It is the brightest, spiciest, and liveliest paper published on the coast and the Leading Weekly of the Metropolis. All the leading sensations, portraits of prominent persons, pictures of eventful occurrences, etc. $3.00 per year, prepaid extra inducements offered to postmasters and others to canvas for subscriptions, sample copies free. Address, The Argus Publishing Co., 405 Kearny Street, San Francisco. <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> 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> GLADDING McBEAN & CO. MANUFACTURERS OF IRON STONE SEWER PIPE. [Text written on an illustration of a pipe]. Chimney Pipes & Tops. Vases, Flower Pots, Fire Bricks, 213-1310, 1312 Market St., S.F. Manufactory at Lincoln, Cal. [California]. Send for Illustrated Catalogue. IN MAKING any purchase of in writing in response to any advertisement in this paper, you will please mention the name of the paper. <br><br> GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES P. Lilsenfeld's Billiard Sales Rooms, 685-689 Market St., Cor. Second St., San Francisco First-class Royal Billiard tables reduced from ? to ?. Plain billiard tables from $40 to ? Latest Patent Callender's Steel ?? cushions reduced from ? to ? Billiard Cloth, balls, trimmings at the lowest figure. Parlor Bagatelle. Price, from $15 to $35. The new game. "Chinese must go" price $75.00 Send for catalogue. <br><br> DR. SPINNEY & CO. [company] 11 Kearney St. [street], 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 [cannot] 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 as above. Send for Dr. Spinney & Co.'s [company's] new pamphlet. See Adv't [advertisement] in S. F. Chronicle. <br><br> PHOSPHATE SOAP phosphate trade mark soap If your wife is in the habit of using cosmetics of any kind, advise her to give up the pernicious practice, as the most harmless face powders obstruct the pores of the skin and sooner or later injure the complexion, while Phosphate Soap removes all impurities and assists nature in developing a natural, healthy and beautiful 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. 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. 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. 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, July 12 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, 615 Haight Street. We have use Phosphate Soap in our practice, for cleaning indolent ulcers, and also skin diseases, pimples and eruptions of the face, so often seen in the young of both sexes, and can heartily recommend it to the public as the most remedial agent of the kind that we have used.-S. F. Medico-Literary Journal. 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. [San Francisco] <br><br> N. CURRY & 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 Loading Manufacturers of England and America. Ammunitions of all kinds in quantities to suit.