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Qen. Sherman has leased a house in Washington. Mark Twain" pays tax.s on $67,850 in Hartford, Conn. David Davis wears the champion belt on his trousers. Every man on the Kentucky Demo cratic ticket served in the rebel army. A monument to Abraham Lincoln is to be erected in Alleghany Park, Pitts burg. Jeff Davis female disguise is care fully preserved at the War Depart ment. Miss Conkling was the sixth of Nellie Grant's bridesmaids who have been married. Robert Lincoln and Stephen A. Douglas are both practicing law in Chi cago, and both are prominent in their respective political parties. Hon. James Russell Lowell, our Min ister to Spain, according to the Boston Transcript, has obtained o leave of ab sence, and will spend the summer in this country. It is stated that the French, Spanish, and Italian Ministers at Washington have secured cottages or accommoda tions at the hotel at Newport, for the ensuing summer. The Rothschilds, of Vienna, have had a magnificent railway carriage built, which is to run between Paris and Vienna for the special convenience of members of the great banking firm in each city. Professor Dana, the geologist of Yale, although sixty years old, is a tremen dous pedestrian, and can run like a deer. In excursions with his students they find that few can keep pace with him if he undertakes to walk rapidly. The Society of the Cincinnati in Penn sylvania has now in its possession a fund of 190,000, which is to be applied to the erection of a monument to Wash ington in Philadelphia. Several art ists are preparing designs. The collec tion of this fund was begun in 1810. It is said when General Hawley was toldthat he had been spoken of as a Re publican candidate for Vice President, he observed that he would rather be a Connecticut Senator for six years than to pass four years in the position of a man waiting for the first husband to die. Leo XIII., says a letter from Rome, is the most simple in taste of all the popes known to history. His bedroom is paved with common stones not even bricks, much less mosaic stones, are used and the room is never warmed. His reception rooms are fitted up with luxuries, but his private apartments are as cheerless as a hermit's cell. Mr. John B. Gough is said to be the possessor of perhaps the finest collec tion in existence of Cruikshank's works; it numbers nearly twelve hundred of his best etchings. Mr. Gough has a charming country home, but he has al ways been too boundlessly charitable to have much more. He has given al together about eight thousand speeches during his life. Emerson, on his seventieth birthday, was on shipboard, and among other fellow-passengers was Charles Eliot Norton, the Cambridge scholar. The latter, on learning the anniversary na ture of the day, congratuated Mr. Em erson on his birthday, health and vigor. " Tes ! yes !" said the Concord sage in his most reflective tones, " but I consider it the end of my youth." Detroit Currency. That mosquito will be along on time. The circus camel has his back up for the season. Try cranberries on your corns if you would be happy. How nice to wake up and find the walk clear of snow ! Americans eat more potatoes than any other nation on earth, and they take most of them baked. Boston has been reading up on dawgs. New York Commercial Advertiser. Don "t you know how to spell dorg? Boston Post. When Bob Ingersoll attempted to lecture this country on how to bring up children, he made a greater mistake than Moses ever did. There is a new hat waiting for the man who has a boil on his leg and re fuses to believe that every person he meets wants to rub against it. The man who rode Parole for fifteen minutes received 2500, or just the pay a good clergyman receives lor a vear, Is a race-horse better than religion ? Mrs. Ames has a story entitled " The Longest Hour of My Life," That was doubtless the hour she knew that her beau was calling on another girl across the street. No one has ever been able to find out why a boy slams the door when he goes out mad, but good guessers imagine that it is because he daren't slam the family. Nothing like figures. Know ye that 3,781 people in India lost their lives last year by not having a supply of wmsKy on nana when bitten by snakes Delays are dangerous. So are snakes " Even worms reason," says the Sci entific Monthly. That s, perhaps, why they don't poke their noses above ground when an old speckled hen stands softly by with a yearning for iresn meat. A Michigan widow borrowed fifty-six unset diamonds, placed them carelessly in a box on the center table, and in three months she was married to a man who believed he had struck a Golconda. Widows know how. The Value of Education. Jake was heard calling across ' the fence to his neighbor's son, a colored youth, who goes to school at the Atlan ta Colored University. " Look hyar, boy, you goes to school don't yer?" ' Yea, sir," replied the boy. ' Gettin' eddykashun, ain't ye ?" " Yes, sir." " Learnin' 'rithmetic and figurin on a Blnm, eh?" " Yes, sir." Well, it doesn't take two whole days to make an hour, do it ?" " Why, no 1" exclaimed the boy. " You was gwine ter bring dat hatchet back in an hour, wasn't yer V" " Yes, sir." An' it's been two whole days since you borrowed it. Now, what good's eddykashun gwine to do you, when you go to school a whole yar an' den can't tell how long it takes to fotch back a hatchet." The boy got mad and slung the hatch et over the fence and half way through the ash barrel. The Heads of Oar Grandmothers. Till the end of the thirteenth century the veil was the principal feature in the coiffures of the French women. It was worn attached to a small crown, from which it fell in neat folds, or thrown over the head and shoulders, or tied across the forehead and under the chin. The use of the veil was adopted alike by those who had given up the vanities ef the world, among the foremost of which long hair was classed, and retired to a nunnery, and by those who looked for pleasure in the present and hoped in the future. It is likely that the style of dress affected by the religious order differed very little, if it differed at all, from the fashions which prevailed at that period. Their costume, no doubt, became peculiar to themselves in the course of time, from the fact that they continued to veil themselves, and clothe themselves in garments of primitive simplicity, although the fashions had changed and much improved in taste. In the ninth century the veil was worn in three colors white, purple, and blue. An illustrated Bible of the time of Charles the Bald, which inay be seen at the British Museum, gives us a very good idea of the coiffure of that period. The book, which is under a glass case or we might have learned more by turn ing its pages is open on a painting representing a young lady with a scar let face, who wears a thick veil, which strives To cover wbat it could not hide, for beneath its ample folds the hair may be plainly distinguished. It is taste fully dressed in the most simple style. The hair is brushed down over the fore head, and curls hang in heavy clusters down the back, falling from the ugly little silver crown to which the veil is attached. In the coiffure of the tenth century from the portrait of a red faced lady In an old manuscript there is nothing worthy of remark, except the improvement in the quality of the veil, which is now of exquisite texture, and the severe workmanship of the crown. The hair is dressed very much the same as in the ninth century In fact, no important change in the coiffure of the French women is to be noticed till the eleventh century. The portrait of Blanche, the vain and im perious queen of King Robert, presents an arrangement, to use a word just now coming into currency, in plaits and coils. Her hair was rolled in maDV a curious fret, Much like a rich and curious coronet, The veil covers less of the hair than it did formerly. It is thrown off the forehead indeed, it might have been advantageously thrown off the head al together, for it adds nothing to the at tractiveness of the coiffure. As we be gin to feel interested in the course of the two long plaits which fall meander ine behind the ears, we lose sight of them, as they travel under a tunnel of white linen, and we see nothing more of them till they come out at the other end, so to speak, at the back of the head, where they spin themselves into a coil. The veil did its best that is to say its worst to disfigure the coiffure of the twelfth century, maiung elegance hideous with knots and beaus and frip pery. About this time the French ladies, following the dictates of a re ligious passion, or fashion, cut their hair short and tied up their heads, as it were, in a veil. A seal date, 127U, upon which is stamped the figure of a lady, gives an idef"-of this peculiar headdress, It gives a vague idea that the lady is suffering from c, sore head. It is tight ly bandaged, for the veil is worn like a plaster, close-fitting, and showing the shape of the head. It is certain that the women of the thirteenth century did not all follow this execrable fashion, for there is extant a statue of a distinguished lady of that period who persisted in wearing her hair bewitchmgly dressed, albeit half hidden beneath a tantalizing veil. Long plaits and curls are dis continued, the crown is cast aside, and the veil begins to disappear about this time. In the last years of the thirteenth century a very short veil is worn, with a turban a la Turque; but is of little con sequence in the coiffure. JLlie turban, which superseded tne crown, is worn in the Jewish style. A wide band, falling irom either side and passing around the chin, covers the sides of the face. A portrait of Marguerite of Provence shows ns the same coiffure with the bandage untied. In front Her snnDj locks Hang on her temliS like a goloen fleece. The turban is ornamented with small blue bows, but the simple, almost re ligious character of the coiffure is still preserved. At the back The hair, Untied, aDd ignorant of artful aid, Adown her shoulders loosely was displayed. Till the end of the thirteenth century the French fashions show more ingenu ity than art. The women dressed their hair unpretentiously, as became their lowly condition in life. Shut up in the castles of their lords and masters, they could hardly be called creatures of a world with which they held no inter course. Male companions they had none : now and then there came a visitor to the castle, and then the ladies would wrap themselves in their veils, in order to hide from profane eyes that beauty wnicn was given only ior their lords to admire, and thus they would listen to the tale of a passing pilgrim or the song of a wandering minstrel. With the fourteenth century and the house of Valois there came a change, the social condition of the women was improved, and the fashion in their costume and the coiffure brightened with their lives. Thus by degrees was laid the founda tion of new manners, which brought the two sexes more on a level, by assign ing to the women a kind of sovereignty, and associating love with valor, for all the men were heroes then, and all the women prodigies of beauty and mira cles of virtue. Beauty, perhaps, never exercised so sweet, so powerful, so rid iculous an empire over the masculine heart ; but it is, nevertheless, true that this romantic gallantry regenerated the characters of the two sexes, gave more energy to the one and more elevation to the other, and inspired the women with that pride which is not their least charming characteristic. The elderly king of Holland delivered this somewhat enthusiastic address of welcome to his young wife when they lirst arrived at Dutch territory the other day : " I am delighted to be able to welcome your majesty to the !N ether lands. Your majesty may be proud of the reception with which you have met. As king of Holland, lam deeply moved. Your majesty may rest assured that no queen on earth is at this moment richer than you are in love, in honors, and in attachment from a famous, honorable and faithful people. Long live the queen of Holland! " How a Wyoming- Girl Thrashed a 3Ian for Flirting:. A gentleman just over from Wyom ing gives an account of a little episode which occured in Cheyenne a few days since. He says that a young lady, re siding a few miles from that city, had been the recipient for some time of very marked attention from a well known young man. So much so, in deed, that a promise of marriage had passed between them, and their friends looked forward for their speedy union. It seems, however, that the young man's attentions were not of .that kind, and he expressed to a mutual friend the fact that he was only flirting with the girl. Being in town on a visit to a friend, the remark of her reputed lover found its way to her in some way, and she determined to make him a visit. On her way, about dusk, to his place of business, accompanied by a gentle man and his wife, she met the object of her search, and immediately proceeded to interview him. To her inquiry if he had made the remark ascribed to him he gave an indignant denial. You never said, then, that you had been flirting with me?" I never thought of such a thing," he replied, turning white and red by turns, as the gentleman who attended the girl, though silent, looked as if he might take a hand in the discussion at a moment's notice. But you are engaged to me, are you not ?" persisted the girl. " I want to know just now how we stand, and I want these friends of mine to know, too. I have been a subject of calumny in some way, and I want the matter put to rights. You have engaged to marry me, have you not ?'' The question was clear, explicit, and admitted of no evasion. But the man hesitated. He looked around looked every way but in the face of his indig nant questioner; and that was strange, for the face, if all reports be true, was pretty enough to win any man's re gards. ' Well, I don't know," he said, hesi tating, and Hushing hotly beneath the eager questioning glance of the excited Hebe, who had come so close to him, and was looking into his face with eyes that fairly burned in their hot flashes. " Ion don't know? Have you no rec ollection of anything of that kind ?'' The question was wrathful, impera tive and to the point. It was plain that she meant to have no fooling, and what little courage the man had was fast ooz ing away. No doubt he wished him self anywhere but where he was. But wishes do very little good under such circumstances, and a man with half an eye could see that he had to face the racket music. V I may have said something of the sort," he muttered at last, but this is no place to talk about such things; be sides, we are not alone." " Don't let that fact disturb jou," in terposed the girl's male attendant, "we shall be very discreet." The tone in which this was said, more than the words, made the young man believe that the climate around that spot was gradually growing ex ceedingly unhealthy. " You may have said something of the sort," the girl interrupted. "Don't you know that you have given me your solemn promise to marry me ?" " I might have done so." This was more than the rural damsel could endure. She had acted very dis creetly so far, but now patience over leaped its bounds. She was mad. What woman wouldn't be under the circumstances 1 Suddenly she doubled her hst and struck him full in the face The man fell back in disorder. She ad vanced with fury and struck him again nor were the blows which the buxom country girl launched from her shoul der to be laughed at. One left a mark and the other brought blood. The man cast one despairing glance around to see if the incident attracted attention, and seeing no one near, ho abruptly terminated the interview by taking to his heels. It was, perhaps, the best solutiou he could have made of the difficulty, for the man who came with the girl looked as if he meant to take part in the argument. This didn't suit him at all. As there is no more to chronicle, the record of the incident may be closed with the remark that there is not likely to be a wedding ia that quarter. The engagement has been brought to close, and both parties are open to any thing which Cupid may have in store for them. Rucky Mountain News. a.ne jionuon uruii says tnat "many years ago it was announced by au in discreet person that Rev. Arthur Stan ley, Fellow and Tutor of University College, Oxford, was about to marrv Jennie Lind. The rumor need not have been absolutely devoid of foundation. for Mr. Stanley was known to entertain the warmest admiration for the accom pushed lady in question. 'She was charming,' he had been heard to say; it was only a pity she was so fond of music' The Dean of Westminster is absolutely indifferent to music. To speak more accurately, he positively suffers from the sound of it. Those who enjoy the glorious services of the Abbey, and" have afterward the pleas ure of listening to the thoughtful or picturesque sermons of Dr. Stanley, little know what quiet heroism is im plied in the Dean's frequent presence. He is not bound to preach more than three times a year, and has the power considerably to diminish the number of choral services, and to cut down the length of each. So far from doing this ne has multiplied the number, and has given to some services a more distinctly musical tone than had previously char acterized them." Micawber's philosophy was appar ently strong enough to satisfy any reasonable man. It does seem as though, if you waited long enough, something would inevitably "turn tip. J.ne two elements of solicitude in the argument, however, are: " First, the nature of the 'something;' and second, the amount of time to be spent in wait ing, ilia something may not answer our expectations, and the time may run us on to old age. On tne whole, it is better to be satisfied with hard work and small results than to dream in idle ness about plenty and never hear the dinner bell call you even to cold por ridge and milk. A Cakeless Diet, A Change or? Water, or a Cold eettluij'; iu ihe Bowels, very olleu bruiirs on at tins season of the year, an ob stinate Diarrhoea, or some other troublesome AU'ettiou of the Stomach or Bowels. If you would treat such complaints in a rational way, try at once Dr. Jayne's Carminative Balaam, a simple, but safe remedy for them, and equally t-ilceluul iu uli cases of Cramps, Cholera Morbus, Dysentery, and Summer Complaint. Deal Gently with the Stomach. If it proves refractory, ns lid discipline is the thing to set it right. -Not all the nauseous draughts and boluses ever invented can do half as much to remedy its disorders as a few wineglassfuls say, three a day of Hos tetter's Stomach Bitters, which will afford it speedy relief, and eventually banish every dyspeptic and bilious 6'mptora. Sick head ache, nervousness, salfowucss of the com plexion, fur upon the tosgue, vertigo, and those many indescribal le and disagreeable sensations caused by indigestion, are too often perpetuated by injudicious dosing. An immediate abandonment of such random and ill-advised experiments should be the first step in the direction of a cure; the next step the use of this standard tonic alterative, which has received the highest medical sanc tion and wou unprecedented popularity. The March of Progress. In this age th'ere is no excuse for ignor ance. Books are read less and less every year, while newspapers are more universally circulated. Take Buck a brilliant journal as the San Francisco Weekly Chronicle, and it will do more to inform and educate a fa roi ly than a library of five hundred volumes would. Books get behind the times, but a thoroughly conducted newspaper keeps iu the froutline of the march of progress. We consider the Weekly Chronicle the very best specimen i f au American newspaper of the first class that could possibly be named. It should be In every home on the Pacific Coast. " Horae Shoe Tag." It is now some twelve months since the house of Sanderson & Horn inaugurated the enterprise of supplying the trade of the Pacific Coast with a ciaar, manufactured ex clusively by white labor, that would com pare favorably with the finest brands of the Eastern market. Success beyond their most sanguine expectations have crowned their eti'rts, and the demand for their unequaled Horse Shoe Tag Cigar taxes to the utmost their ability to supply. C. J. Hawley & Co. 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In warm weather, when cooking or drying, the heat and odors run hf nassed nn ihA i-hiniiirv- and in colli weather the lie a c in ba rearulated to anv de sired decree evenly throughout the house, food cookd by deflect (( tuat contains more nutriment. is in ore easuy nnefiea, win Keep iresn ionge aim ia much Improved iu fl ivnr and annearnncd. Will drv and bleach clothes in lialfau hour, and heat the irons, thus saving the wasli-wonian trom exposure while hangiiiL' them out in stormy weather or cold rooms. Fruit Dried hv Dfiir.rri H.t will cain Irom il to 40 per cent iu weight, and 30 per cent in quality over hi icu uv rnui;iit'(i ir'hi or iu ine n uu. KcniilrtM hut. tuirt-tlitr l Dm mmnntv of Fnnl tihriI In any oth'jr li'ntting appara ua. Address for Price Hnn ut'senpuve circulars, uusn e.ll f ukjj. AiR HtiATEU CO., No. 606 Montgomery St., S. F. THE CELEBRATED GROOVE RIMG JAR. This J ir is extensively use ! In the Eastern State. It ia the in i.st oouiilar. Ch:'nmst, and without doubt tlie snnplfsr and most effective Fruit Jar now in use. Itts by nir preferable to any Patent Self-Sealing Jar, and is as cheap as tlie poisonous tin cans. ASK YOTTIE STORE-KEEPER FOR THE GROOVE RING JAR. For sV.e In Quantities to suit, by the San Francisco and Pacific G1ES3 forks, AWAY IBl Milt iJMlli nnnmu mm. aLvA 7 i$M-LJIitWWm Special Campaign Rates, THE SAN FRANCISCO Weefely . Chronicle Will be sent during the coming great straggle of the People under the auspices of the New Constitution Party at the September Election, and one week thereafter, to September 10 for the small sum of 65 CENTS In postage stamps, postal order or in coin. You can get the great newspaper, th SAN FRANCISCO DAILY CHRONICLE Including the Double Sheet SUNDAY CHRONICLE, in which the occurrence connected with the great contest will be fully detailed, for the small sum of $1.25, In Postage stamps, postal order or in coid, until September 10th, which will cotex the entire campaign and one week thereafter. Address all orders to CHAS. DE YOUNG & CO., San Francisco, Cal. All Postmasters and Chronicle Sealers will receive Subscriptions at itcve rates. ECONOMICAL ALWAYS f -rrite for imm l MIXED v- IPiSLl-ErGT. RELIABLE COAL OIL, Water White, 150 deg. Fire Test. JI AKCl'S BROS. Jk CU. Olues. lye Stuffs aul liters' Supplies. 431 '- Sacramento St., Sam Francisco. Send fur C'lrruiar. ACCOUNT BOOK. Contaiiiini 110 paps on first-class paper. Size of tie paps 8x13 ias-ss. CONTENTS: Useful Information for Farmers, Forms of Farmers Tables, etc. Hints and Instructions in the Use of this of the following items : Inventory of Property. Farm and Family Expenses. Fruit liaised. Tools, etc., Loaned. Memorandums. Sentby mail on receipt of flM.OO In currency or postage stump. Co.. 840 Saawnie Sc.. San Jt'rauciMi NEW WORK-NOW READY. For Sale Everywhere. THE PHYSICLOCY OF LIFE AND MARRIACE, By J. II. Josselyn, 91. I. THE MOST INTENSELY INTERESTING WORK ever issued from the press, exceeding in attrac tiveness the fatuous works of Dr. Maithus, Brad laugh the social reformer, and Mrs. Besant, the poor wonian'B friend. The most secret sources of vitality laid bare. In lan guage that may be read by any one in any place. The cause of life and disease fully explained In a manner that gives the subject the interest of a novei or book of travels. Nearly 150 pages of valuable in formation for everybody. PKIK, MS CKXTS. Address flll orders to Sax Fkanoisco News Co.. No. 413 Washington Street. San Francisco, Cal. E3f Single copies for sale by the author at 2-d6 Sutter St., Sau Francisco. MITCHELL WAGONS, A. W. SANBORN, Agent, 24 Beale St., S. T. THE Mitchell Farm, Freight and Spring Wagons X are well known as the best in the market and will withstand the climate of the Pacific Ceast better than any other. Mr. Sanborn also keeps at the same place. Imported from his own manufactory at Manchester, N. H., a good assortment of his celebrated THOEOUGHBEACE, EZPEESS X IsL Wagons Of all sizes. rsrAl80, Kasrsrlos, rmeloni and The Only Temperance Bitters Known. The bene blood Purifier and Cathartic. Warranted to cure all diseases arising from an Impure state of the hlood. An effectual remedy for DyNppNla. KlIiouHneM, Chronic 4'oontipntion, fili and all Female omnlBlnln. Mrrafn. la. Mkin llMeaeft. etc. These Bitters ara cuiaiaa ior ootn sexes, ana are destined to become a great household necessity. We recommend Vo smlte Hitters for all chronic weaknesses of the K.ltiaey and Chronic) Liver t'ompialnt. For sale by all drugtriats and dealers in medicines. General Depot 321 Battery St., San Franclaco. AMERICAS tiKAPIIITE EYERLASTUG AXLE GREASE. IT WON'T RUN. IT WON'T GUM. I or hale ly all Grocers. W. HOLT, No. "17 Montgomery street, San Fran Cisco, Agent for the Pacific Coast. CONCORD CARRIAGES. The Concord Carriage Repository Han removed to No. 4 New Montgomery street, next to Palace Hotel, San Francisco, where a lull stock of "Vonroril" Buggie and Wagons, the genuine "Concord Harness" and K. M. Miller Co' iyuiucy III.) Buggies and Carriages will be constant ly kept on hand T. 8. KASTMAN, Agent OIEIfcTTS- DURAQLS READY USE Papers, Useful Receipt, Book with spaces for keeping rcun Sales ol Farm Products. Yield of the Farm. Increase of Live Stock. Diary of Important Events. CO, . O. KUJL S04. m WHITE'S RIEFLOVfi LIYERPAHACEA Cnresi Every Fern sf LITER CO.HPI.AIXT, DYSPEPSIA. KIDNEY (OJIFLA1XT, DISEASES OF THK STOMACH AND BOWELS. And a'l Diseases arising irom SUCH AS SOIR STOMACH. SICK HEADACHE. Itll.lOrSXEkJt, HtAlirUIBX, ETC. Is Purel y eretable. Its action on disease is ent relv different from sat medicine ever introduced. Three doses will rW any ordinary cae, but the medici e aaoui.t b cos tinned until it effects a complete cure. It tor ni invigorates tht ditientive organs m l 9iiuuiro t liver to healthy action, thus preventing .r euarv.v curing diseases arising from indigestion, or aiiU Impure blood. Samp I en Free at all Drat Mtore Large Size. Price 75 Cents. For convenience In carrying, the Prairie r lar put up iu lozenges, lr&v aei crc. per box. CHANNING WHITE. Propr, TOLEDO, O. Secured by U. S. Letters Pteut 2u. CO dated Washington. D. C. Oct. 1st, l:s HARNESS! And Saddiery Gojds Wholesale ad Retail. Double Kauch Harona, $15 to I fc. f' iV Pt set; iouMe Butcy a&ra, Sff T?yr. 3Uto$i30 per t; tii fCvT m V Aiarnew, !i50 lo f 75 per ; a L saddled. $S to jJ Cvh ; ituo: whips. 1.6U to ier dv. ; t j forma duck laMies 10 ft. f i4 to $ Ji per do.; iwc hure lashes 6 ft.. 2 to 27 ner iitz Couiier nvt-i. oer lb. ; Harness leather, gixid quality. ie. t 3. -r iix : Curry Combs. $1 4 per oox.; llaiue strap, 3 jxr doz.; Snake whips, S .o t-J l?r do. ; wttt. ctr S3 to U per doz. ; iadinj Bridies, u1 j) iu .j. pt oz.j binchua, f 4.50 to per Uu. ; Coti io per doz. ; California baud lorgrd aits mud &jur. iiy heavy saddles fur etocK beidiiitc ou me bn hrft woU irei, cannot be vxcclted t-r prtc and quality. Orders by ex,resa piv&iptly niku aa satislttctiou guarauteed. W. Davis, -ii Maricet sl. near First, ban Francisco, bend tor Pi lew JUk PACIFIC WATER CURE Eclectic Health Institute, NORTHWEST C0ENES 7th AND L TSL SACRAMENTO, CAL.. Being rally prepared to treat ali forms of Hi tne latest aua most sclenttnc principles. tuoui.r wuu goou roouis ana ooaru, we wun Conuueac4 m.l for public patronage. Kor lurther ptrttoulara .u dress M. tf. CUVTOX. 31. .. rnrrUuc. REMOVAL. The office of Pac lie Newspaper PnMnhlDg Cul. Carlos White, Proprietor, baa been moved rrvM Market St., to room , left wing of Hal:ec E Block Entrance at &0 Snsoiue St., by the erevator or atir adjoining WcllsT1 argo Co., also at 419 &acnuuoki St. NEWSPAPER OFFICES Bought and sold without any commission, I coa aider It of enough advantage to my butnew to gir any information free (on receipt of stamp) w!uh may brine buyers and sellers together. Information. solicited in regard to enterprises for staxtinc new papers. ty Out sides, Insldea, Supplements, ftc., furnished. at a small advance on the price of blank paper. Call as above, or address CAE1.03 TfUITK IV K t -- F ' - 4 K1 "