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A cat makes people come to the scratch. The girls have a new scheme of flirting with their parasols. The boys return with their canes. Sometimes the old gentleman takes a hand in the game; he flirts with his boots. The youth who thinks the world his oyster, and opens it forthwith, finds no pearls therein-George MacDonald. Man. That man lives twice who lives the first life well. -Hendrick. Rashly, nor ofttimes truly, doth man pass judgment on his brother. He is a wise man who always knows what to do net. -Proverb. A man's collective dispositions constitute his character.-Atwater. He must be a strong man who can conceal his inclination. -Emerson The more we study human nature the less we think of men-the more of man-Tilton. No man ever became great or good except through many and great mistakes-Gladstone. When a man has no design but to speak the plain truth, he isn't apt to be talkative.-Geo. [George] D. Prentice. Men are usually tempted by the devil, but an idle man positively tempts the devil. -Spanish Proverb. A great deal depends upon a man's courage when he is slandered and traduced. Weak men are crushed by detraction, but the brave hold on and succeed.-Stevens. A silent man is easily reputed wise. A man who suffers none to see him in the common jostle and undress of life easily gathers round him a mysterious veil of unknown sanctity, and men honor him for a saint. A Good House wife. The good housewife, when she is giving her house its spring renovating, should bear in mind hat the dear inmates of her house are more precious than many houses, and that their systems need cleansing by purifying the blood, regulating the stomach and bowels to prevent and cure the diseases arising from spring malaria and minsma?, and she must know that there is nothing that will do (unreadable) perfectly and surely as llop? bitters, the purest and best of medicines.-Concord, N H Patriot. Reliable Testimony. Where testimonials give the residence of the parties it is an easy matter for any person to verify them. Thousands of people from all parts of the Pacific Coast can and have expressed the opinion that there is no other article in the world equal to PHOSPITATE SOAP for common toilet use. A great many people have tested this soap for sin diseases. Among others we give the following from parties who have thoroughly tested PHOSPHATE SOAP OAKLAND, Cal [California], April 5, 1880. STANDARD SOAP COMPANY-Gents Some two or three months ago, I had a boy about two years old that had suffered fro a year with a severe eruption on the bust? surface, caused by teething. The child was in such misery that it would often be awakened out of sleep by the severe itching. He would then scratch his head and face until blood ran from the scabs. We tried everything we could find, but nothing seemed to give any permanent relief until we tried PHOSPHATE SOAP. Before we had used one cake, the child's head and face were entirely healed, and there has been no appearance of the disease since. MICHAEL KANE. NO. 1068 Kirkham St. Fort Verde, Arizona, Dec 18, 1878 STANDARD SOAP COMPNAY-Gents Having received your box of PHOSPHATE SOAP, and having used only one cake of SSOAP out of the three, I am happy to say that it has completely cured my sore eyelid which was caused by the alkali dust in Idaho Territory, in 1877, and have been sore ever since until I used PHOSPHATE SOAP. Corporal Dennis Horee?, Twelfth Infantry San Francisco, November 27, 1879. STANDARD SOAP CMPANY-Gents After a number of trials of Soaps, I have learned that the PHOSPHTE is certainly the very best for shaving. I thank you for its introduction James F. Artuce?. A Grand Reputation. Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure has reached a reputation that is not limited by the confines of section or country. There are no injurious substances nor false and temporary stimulants in the preparation. It is purely vegetable and compounded under a formula that has passes severe tests and won endorsements from some of the highest medical talent in the country.-New York World The Northern Pacific Railroad, Much interest, is felt by our people as to the final location of the Western Division of the road, but whether it comes down the Columbia River or goes across the Mountain to Puget Sound the supply of OREGON KIDNEY TEA will not be effected. Enough was gathered last fail to cure every case of Backache, or Kidney Disease in Oregon, and it will do it too. Hot weather produces inaction of the liver function of the liver causes diseased kidneys, and diseased kidneys undermine the life quicker than consumption. All these troubles can be avoided by using Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure, the purest and best remedy ever discovered. Burnham's Abietene? An extract of Fir Balsam No compound, but Nature's remedy for Rheumatics, Neuralgls?, Kidney Troubles, etc. Hundreds of testimonials of its virtues can be produced. Price 50 cts. And $1 per bottle. Among the valuable improvements in mining machinery in the late Mechanics' Fair of san Francisco was "Russell's Amalgamator?," manufacture by E. F. Russell & Co., 261 First street, for which they have received their silver medal awarded on (unreadable) premium for best amalgamator? Ayer's Acne Cure is a purely vegetable (unreadable) and a powerful tonic, free from quinine or any mineral substance, and always cures the severest cases. J. W. Shestter & Co., 321 and 323 Sacramento St., San Francisco, employ no drummels?, Cigars sold very cheap. All Photographs made at the New York Gallery No. 25 Third St. S V, are guaranteed to be (unreadable). Prices to suit the times. J H Patens & Co Tropic Fruit Laxative Unlike Pills and the usual purgatives, Is pleasant to take, and will prove at times the most potent and harmless (unreadable) and that has yet been brought to public house. (unreadable) Constipation, (unreadable) headaches, (unreadable) and disorders, (unreadable) from an (unreadable) of the (unreadable) it is incomparable the best (unreadable). Tropic Fruit Laxative is put up in bronzed tin boxes only. Price, 60 cents. (unreadable) descriptive pamphlet from our druggist or (unreadable) the proprietor, J.E. (unreadable) New York or San Francisco Electric Belts Bands? And appliances, for the cure for the cure of Nervous, Chronic and Special diseases can be procured from the Fulvereachler Galvanci? Co., (unreadable) Montgomery St. San Francisco Cal. Send for Price Pamphlet and The Electric Review, containing all particulars. Avoid bogus appliances of every description (unreadable) P.N.P. Co., (new series) No. 116 Garland's (unreadable) color. Drops, the greatest known remedy for all throat and lung complaints. For sale by all druggists. National Surgical Institute (Western Division) 819 Dumb? St. S.F.[San Francisco] (unreadable) to the treatment of cripples, piles, vi(unreadable) &c. Send for circulars. Montgomery's Temperance Hotel 217 and (unreadable Second St. S.F.[San Francisco] Board and room per day 75 cts to $1, per week $1 to $3 Six meal (unreadable) etc. Baggage to and from Hotel free. Photograph Painting on glass. Full (unreadable) 23 cents. George A(unreadable) Oakland, Cal. J.W. Tucker & Co. 131 Kearny St. San Francisco, J.B. Wellore? (unreadable) Agents for all (unreadable) watches. Importers of Swiss and English watches, (unreadable) watch repairing a specialty. In making any (unreadable) or in writing in response to any advertisement in this paper, you will please mention the name of the paper. Workingmen, Before you begin our heavy spring work after a winter of relaxation, your system needs cleansing and strengthening to prevent an attack of Ague, Billous or Spring Fever, or some other spring sickness that will unfit you for a season's work. You will save time, much sickness and great expense it you will use one bottle of Hop Bitters? in your family this month. Don't wait.-Burlington Hawkeye Hall's Sarsaparilla Yellow Duck and Iodide of Potass The best blood (unreadable) and tonic alternative in use. It quickly cures all disease originating from a disordered (unreadable) of the blood or liver Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Blotches Boils Pimples, Scrofula, Gout, Dropsy, Tumors, Salt Rheum, and Morcurial Pains. Readily yield in its purifying properties. It leaves the Blood Pure , the liver and Kidneys healthy the complexion bright and clear For sale by all druggists. To Country Merchants. Your signs can be painted with bold or colored letters for cheaper and (unreadable) better style in san Francisco than in the country. (unreadable) painted on canvas and frame them at home; (unreadable) for (unreadable) Address Swan, the Painter (unreadable) Market street, S.F. C(unreadable) 4 Sells? 50 (unreadable) wanted sells rapidly particulars free & M Spa(unreadable) Washington (unreadable) Saddlery Goods at (unreadable) prices Send for catalogue, W Davis, 410 Market street San Francisco Needham's Red Clover (unreadable) and extracts cure cancer, (unreadable) Rhem and all Blood Diseases. For references, (unreadable) and particulars, address W. ? Needham P O Box 122 san Jose, Cal. Sole Agents for Pacific Coast 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. Found at Last Dobyn's Sure Cure for Cayahrh? Cold in the head, neuralgia, toothache and all (unreadable) complaints. (unreadable) H. Loomis 320 Sansome? St. S.F. International Hotel, 821 and 826 Kearny St., San Francisco $1.25 and $1.50 per day. U.C. Patridge 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. Be sure you get into the right coach. It you do not they will charge you. The largest Baptist paper on the pacific coast Herald of truth. Rev. Grady? S. Abbott (unreadable) Published (unreadable) monthly. Gelkie's Life of Christ over 800 pages bound in cloth. Free to (unreadable) subscriber sending (unreadable) the subscription price and (unreadable) cents postage, itc. Balance of this year (unreadable) new subscriber to 1881 Address C. W Dearable? Secy (unreadable) Cal. Cameline for the complexion and teeth, Supersedes everything. Price, 50 cents and $1 Sold by druggists and general dealers Do not fail to send for our (unreadable) list for 1880. Fixes to any (unreadable) upon application. Contains descriptions of everything required for (unreadable) use will Over 1,300 (unreadable). We (unreadable) at workman's prices in quantities to (unreadable) be purchased. The only institution in America (unreadable) this their (unreadable) . Address Montgomery Ward & Co. (unreadable). Country Merchants. The Best House in San Francisco for notions and stationery, toys and fancy goods, combs and (unreadable), etc. Sadler & Co. (unreadable) Market St. 9 F Grand Hotel Building Send for new catalogues and price list. Spencer's Piano Palace & Organ Emporium. The largest and (unreadable) houseon the pacific coast. Combinations of three piano houses in one. Spencer's Matchless Pianos of New York, Grand, Square and upright and the Improved "South American Organ," of Boston, save your money by buying direct at headquarters. Second-hand pianos from $100 to $250. New Pianos from $120 to $30. Pianos coped?, repaired and to rent. Orders for music promptly (unreadable) F.W. Spencer & Co., 20 and 25 fifth St., app. The Mint, S.F. PB-send for circulars and price lists. Dr. Hiller's Orthopedic, Surgical and Medical Institute, No. 112 Mason street, S.F. Having had an extended and successful practice of more than thirty years in all the departments of operative surgery and (unreadable) during my extended travels devoted the past four years especially to the study and treatment of a class of diseases which is increasing yearly to an alarming extent. For this purpose I have visited the orthopedic institutes of London, Paris, Bordo? And other (unreadable) of learning, where I became acquainted with the masters of the profession and had the opportunity to witness the (unreadable) of modern treatment and appliances for these forms of disease. And now? with the experience of a long to (unreadable) of practice and a thorough knowledge of modern medicine and surgery. I feel justified to offer superior advantages of treatment to patient suffering from deformities especially from Rickets, Curvature of the spine, deformities of the (unreadable), Hip joint disease and disease of women requiring surgical (un readable). Patients from the country supplied with suitable recommendations. V. Hiller, Sr., M.D. Billiards! Buy only of P. Libsenteed? His tables are best! His (unreadable) are superior to all others. His tables have the best finish, and surpass anything made on this coast or in the Word, and can be round in the best saloons, such as Profe? And Rudolph's the Arion Pre? Etc., and principal (unreadable) on the coast. Nothing (unreadable) suitable for a X-mas present than an elegant billiard table Low prices, in accordance with the times. Billiard tables from (unreadable). Also pool tables (unreadable)Fine pigeon table and parlor (unreadable) for rates Send for price lists. C. (unreadable) 645 to 549 Market ST., San Francisco Humphreys Homeopathic Specific No. 28 In use 25 years. The only successful remedy for Nervous debility, (unreadable) weakness, (unreadable) prostration from over sore and other causes 1 per kind of 8 vials and large vial powder, for $3 Sold at dealers (unreadable) Humphrey's Homeopathic Medicine Co. 100 Fulton N Street, N.Y. Great English Remedy, Sir Astley Coopers Vital Restorative Is a cardiac cure for (unreadable) and all the evil effects of youthful follies not excesses. Dr.(unreadable) Five hundred dollars for a case of this kind the vital healers (unreadable) under his special advice and treatment will not care. Price $3 a bottle; four times the quantity $10. Send to my address confidentially by A.A. (unreadable)Kearney St. San Francisco, Send for pamphlet. Send 50 cts. In 2-cent postage stamps and get the leading newspaper of the coast, The San Francisco Weekly Chronicle for three months. It contains 72 columns or eight pages of Nows, 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 Sample copies sent free. All postmasters receive subscriptions. Direct all orders to Chas. De? & Co. San Francisco. The Weekly Union. To subscribers: The Weekly Union will, in the first week of December, (unreadable) the publication of an original serial prize story, entitled "The Ventures and Adventures of Charlie Gould: a romance of the stock market," by Edward F. Cadill. The author of this intensely interesting story is thoroughly familiar with the operations of the stock market and the readers of the Weekly Union have a rare treat in store for them. Mr. Cadill's sort will occupy the serial department of the Weekly Union for two or three months only, and will be succeeded by the second story of the California series of prize stories promised our readers. The publication of the third and (unreadable) of the series will be completed before the (unreadable) of the year 1881. The Weekly Union for the coming year, therefore promises to be the most interesting and valuable volume in its history. In addition to the highest literary character of the Weekly Union, and the special features above mentioned, the news and special department of the paper will not only be (unreadable) but will be greatly improved. The session of the Legislature commencing on the 3rd Monday in January will be one of (unreadable) political interest, owing to the election of a United States Senator, which takes place in that session. The Weekly Union will present the best reports of legislative proceedings published in the (unreadble) We are fully justified in demonstrable fact in claiming for the Weekly Union 1 That it is the best medium of News. 2 That the News facilities and News Departments are superior 3 That it is the only paper in California publishing original stories from the pens of the best writers in Europe and America 4 That it is the only Weekly, outside of the metropolis publishing the news gathered by the great News Gathering Associations of the World. 5 That it publishes more matter than any contemporary. 6 That it is issued in semi-weekly parts, each part equal in volume and value to any other weekly published. 7 That it presents a larger amount of reading matter in one year than any other weekly published in the United States. 8 That its rate of $(unreadable) per edition is lower, all things considered, than the rate charged for any other paper published in California. 9 That either of the three great stories to be published within the period between the dates of December 1st, 1880 to November 20th, 1881, is worth the subscription price for one year. 10 That the Weekly Union has the largest circulation of any paper of its class published in the Pacific States. 11 That in all the elements of first class journalism the Union has no rival and no peer. Rates: One copy 1 year $2.50 One copy 6 months $1.50 One copy 3 Months $1.00 Postage in all cases prepaid. Address, Weekly Union Sacramento, Cal. X-Mas Number of the San Francisco NewsLetter will be the most attractive of the year. Illustrations, Stories, etc. Order it of your newsdealer or send 15 cents for a copy to Publisher "News Letter," San Francisco It has no Stems, Cams, or Tappets, and adjusts itself to the wear of the Shoes and Dies. For simplicity, economy, durability and effective working, it exceeds anything ever presented to the public, and will do the work of five stamps, with one-fourth the power. Price 850 lb. Hammer $500. Double Mill $860 Price 1200 lb. Hammer $1000. Double Mill $1,160 F.A. Huntington. 218 Fremont Street, San Francisco Phosphate 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 al impurities and assists nature in developing a natural, healthy and beautiful skin. Testimonials: San Francisco, Aug. 27, (unreadable) Gentlemen 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, (unreadable), the other an Eczema. In both great relief was obtained. Its emollient properties are remarkable, Respectfully, W.A. Douglass, M.D. 126 O'Farrell St. To the Standard Soap Company. San Francisco July (unreadable) Standard Soap Co-Gents. I have tried you 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 M. Lynch 515 Haight Street. San Francisco, July 18, (unreadable) 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 removed 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., 130 Oapp Street. We have used the Phosphate Soap in our practice, for cleaning indolent ulcers, and also skin disease, pimples and eruption of the face, so often seen in the young of both sexes, and can heartily recommend it to the public so the most remedial agent o fhte kind that we have used. S. F. Nelson Literary Journal Standard Soap Co. (unreadable). The New Elastic Truss Has a pad (whole article unreadable) Eggleston Truss Co. Chicago, Ill. Wanner's Safe Kidney & Liver Cure. Is made from a simple tropical leaf of rare (unreadable) and is a Positive remedy for all the diseases that cause pains in the lower part of the body for Torpid Liver (unreadable) and all difficulties of the kidneys, liver and urinary organs. For female bladders, mopia? Menustrations, and during pregnancy, it has no equal. It restores the organs that make the blood, and hence is the best blood (unreadable) It is the only known remedy that cures Brights Disease. For Diabetes use Warner's Safe Diabetes Cure. For Sale by Druggists and all dealers at $1.25 per bottle Largest bottle in the market Try it, H.H. Warner & Co., Hockester?, N.Y. Send for circulars. (unreadable inbox) Four Styles Just the thing for camping parties, address Gilbert & Moore Solo Agents, 15 and 30 Matter Mt. San Francisco, Cal. Dealers in furniture of every description.