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ANACORFE9 ... ' ’ rls ISSS DoNT he ii u:d::d again. A year or so t Light Co. opened an otH at 7.) -V Ik street, Boston, and 'lt r ilcli u ii g jo pic by the thousan Is assumed alias of the Eastern Electric Manufacturing C .. at the same location, under which name also many persons were defrauded. We have secured the original letters writ tew by ‘20,000 persons th t the managers of this swindling concern had sold to a sec* ond party alter th y had held them out ol all the money they could. Had those 20.000 persons been subscrib res to tho Philadelphia Herald at the time they sent tluir money to the Porta ble Electric Co. or its alias, not one ol them would have been swindled, as we were and are protecting the public against all frauds by prompt exposures of their nefarious business. Many of these 20.000 persons btvo, doubtless,since been defiitsdcd by other concerns whose names may hr found in our list of “Cheats and Frauds, ’’ and their experience in the past is no pro tection for the future. They nrc likely to be defrauded every diy ol their lives by frauds whose advertisements appear in newspapers in all parts of the country, we therefor suggest that the only remedy for these persons is to subscribe for and carefully road the Herald. The subset'ip* tion price being only 50 cents por year it would be foolish for those who are dealing with strangers to decline the pro tection and solid reading offered by the Herald and for such a small sum too. — Philadelphia Herald. WIT, HUSH®. AND EEK7I ii-.: j. r* : C7TIY A iPU’?. ■i *V MM. J. B. U’r.'-I. ftWi l» a true im~: - - . My roguish, rollicking Harry Wu ready to bound into l c<t; , ■l« brown ry»« were brimful of But gravely h« bov. t>U down his hwtu. m O f.cr J. We»«’de«r ran and mainn.a, V . H.cab t*«, *-d deAi I i--, and Ben, Abo make me a good little— nigger, tot Cnj iet laakr, deal Jeaus. Amcu.* * **M> darling, M I anawered him naJly, “ Do yon know thu». whenever uiu i ray, , Our daar, lowuk U.u«i id lu.mu, la listening b> hear what you »ay ? ** And what If the dear T.ord ahontd ar.awer The prayer you have tutored to night. And change to n negro"» con- exion, Your akin, uow mi ro-y and vvhius f ” •Oh, mamma I • my darting cried wildly. While loud sobs h.a lirok- wordsclioxu, •I’ll tell the Lord, quick, 1 don't mean it, Twaa only—twas only a joke I ” A judge's position is a trying one.— -Boston Pott. The old man of the eea was an ocean hnoy once. —JNete Orleans Picayune, To keep apples from decaying, put them In a cool place—where there u a large family of children. The Haxektye describes a shingle wedding M occurring when the first child is old enough to spank. The Smith family recently held a reun ion in New Jersey. Their principal senti ment was; “ Pocahontas, the preserver of our race.” The man who snores and knows that he ■Boras, and yet won't put a clot 5 eapin on ■k nose when going to bed, has the blood •f an army contractor in his veins. It was a self -made doctor in Michigan who wrote to John Bright asking him how Ms disease got along, and ho is justly in dignant that his latter was never answered. ** What a bleasin’ it Is," said a hard-work a Irishman, “that night niver comes on lata in the day, when a man is tired and «Uk*t work any at all, at all.” A subscriber to a south wee* ern newspaper died recently, leaving a four years subscrip tion unpaid. The editor appeared at the Cveand deposited in the co.fln a palm ffan, a linen oo&t, and a thermometer. “We wish,” says a Texas newspaper, “that a few of our citizens oou’J be pei •kitted to live till they die a natunil dea i 00 aa to ahow the world what a magnificent |y healthy country Texas really is. ” The Prince of Wales’s sons are receiviT'rr thirty-seven and a half cents per day toi their services in the British uaiy, and it is helisved that the navy pay & for all it gets, even at tiiat rate. When a handsome Baltimore lady ashed • pedestrian to knock a man down who ban been following her, he swiftly obeyed, and was much astonished to learn that it wa.s Bar husband. The custom Is said to have lately grown •p among young ladies of good social posi tion in England of having various devices tatteed indelibly on one or other of their lege. It he* been said of Dr Tnlmasre that he “sene everything picloriully or dramatical- This, undoubtedly, hits the charac teristic peculiarity of bis mind; and jurt base lies ths great element of Ids power erst a Mauler audience. MA U K T.T KKi’O I T ——4 V; p»' 1 \ .Tune B Till 11- tlo iet M:.nd, -H*c V 1 uni Roll. m."v ; New (In '- . Cal.. Toe ft Roll; V to Clover, cures:: -t im.di in, 20c. *,7 lb Cab, 25( E;i*t' ru cream, 1,10 c; B. C. *2>c. EGGS—Fresh Dmi.u, 3Ck \1 doze Sound 25c. ( oRNMEAL—SOc p sack of 10 Vs. OAT VEAL—62 \ > it kofloll «. vtick; Siipei 85.00 per brl. WHEAT— 2c per lb. BEAN 8- 1 fir, and Bavon, 6c. SP InPE VS 12 c*l r1! VEGETABLES—Potatoes, 1c; Sweet po ntes. 8c; Onions, 8c pci' b>; Cilery, $1.30 per dnz; Cairuts 2c ]i r lb; Rhubarb, Ge. per 11'; J. ttuee, 50c p< r doz, Cauliflowei d 3 C j ei eioz; Asparagus 12c pi r d< /: Rad t l.i .'. AOc per doz bunches; Squash, 8c i r lb; Turnips, Ic. per lb.; Grt en P< is. Sc per lb. String Beans 8c Cucumbers jjti.,3o per doz; Cabbage, 2c per lb. Toma to s 23c per lb. Green Ochra, —c per ll*. Chili Pepper, 25c per lb Green Corn, —c ger do/,. Vegetable Marrows, oc per lb, HAMS—Home Cured, 25c, per lb. Chica* go, 25c. Oregon, 25c. Siionl lets, 18c. BACON—Breakfast, 22c pulb. LARD—2Sc per lb. FISH—Cod. Gc pr lb. Salmon 6c per lb. Boneless cod, 10c, Soles, Gc. Halibut, Or. Yarmouth Bloaters, 250. per doz. Sal, Bellies, 3 for soc Herring 3c Flounder. 6c. Smoked Oolachans and Salmon, 15c, Smelt, Bc. Sturgeon, Gr. Whiting, 7e, Shrimp, 50c. Salt Oobuhans. 6c. Crabs 75 cents per dozen. Smok 'd Herring, 12c. peril). Salmon Trout, Bc. Oolachans, be per lb. Spanish Mackorl. CANNED SALMON—I lb cans, per doz. £ ' FRUlT—Lemons, 50c per doz. Oranges, 37c per doz Limes 40c per doz. Apples, 5c pi r lb. Cranberries, 75c per gal., Quin ces, 6c per lb. Pears, Gc. Grapes, 15c, Ba* nanas. G2c per doz. Peaches, 25c per lb. CANNED FRUITS—Lemon, 50c per lb. Mixed 50c. CURRANTS—Zante, 15® 1G per lb. RAlSlNS—English layeis. 50c per lb Cal. 25c Sultana. Valencia and Eleiua 25c FIGS—New, 50c per lb. MIXED SPICES—2S per can. STANCH—SI per six pound box. TEA & COFFEE —Coffee, Ground. 50c, per 11*. green, 28c per lb. Tea, from 57c per lb. SUGARS —Crushed or cube, 61b for sl. Granulated or,No 1, bibs lor £l. Dor No. 2, Plbs for sl. NUTS—Eng. Walnuts, 20 per lb Cocoa nuts, 12 each. Almonds Paper shell, 37c Jordan, 75c Brazil, 37c Chesnuts, 37c. BEEF —Choice Cuts, 12c per lb. other ruts 120. Soup meats Bc. ROLLED SPICED BFEF—I2c per lb. Ox Tongues, 75c each Smoked Tungeus $1 each. MUTTON—Stewing meat 13c per lb. PORK—I3c per lb. VEAL—I3c per lb. LAMB—SI.2S per quarter. SAUSAGE —17c per lb. SUET—IOc per lb. SUCKING PIGS—S2.7S each. DUCKS—Tame, $1.25 each. Mallard, G2c pea pr. Teal 37c. CHICKENS —Spring Chickens, 7oc each. TURKEYS—37c per lb. GEESE—Tame, 25c per lb. Wild $1.26 each COAL OIL— $2 25 per can. per case, $4 OYSTERS— 75c per quart. Canned, 37c der can. HAY—$lB per ton. OATS—Ic per lb. MIDDLINGS—2c per lb. BRAN— c per lb. RONUSE—92c per pr. IPVEOON —Hindquarters -o per lb. KIEPSREL SALMON— 12c per lb. Seattle June 1 1885. Trade during llie past week Las been brisk. WHEAT--Demand good lor chicken at from #27 to #2B per ton. FLOUR—California gilt edge #4.60 (gt #4.05 per barrel. Oregon standard #4.35. Country and Eastern Washington flour, #5.85 per barrel. OATS —Fair demand for toed at #lC<&l 18 per ton. POTATOES—Large supply and light demand, at #l9 per ton for Whblby Island and White River potataes; #lo@ll per ton for OutigoneM. BUTTER—Choice fresh Territory brings 25 cents per lb. California pickle roll 25 cents. Eastern 23 cents cooking 19 cents per pound. EGGS—Strictly fresh retail at from 10 to 17 cents per doz. Oregon and Calitor nia. 11 to 520 cents per dozen. ( CHEESE—California 15 to 10 cents per gonnd. lIAV—S7 to $8 per ton, retail fS per ron. FBUITS —A pples, 50c to $1 per box, ; —teaming into mnket. J - OW L—l nil e tit ksr. tail at $1 eah e | hekens, $4 per doz. turkeys 25c per lb. * veese, Oc. GAME—Venison retails at, from 7 oj (0c per pound, malianl ducks 25c cacb; teal, 12f w it’gtans oc,brunt, 35 tu4o;; wild geese, 50c. DO YOU KNOW LORiL-ARD’S CLIMAX PLUG TOBACCO —«• I,®'* *' m 1 “*• I !•«>*•* lincCwf On wing w i X • ’**at.d Him k, Brown Mini Yellow: are the L.«, and cli«ai> n>t,gtinlitycvnaiuvird- LififMi Di . Stoi (fOrm-S JoEIUiFNSKS. rroprlctoi A 1111, LINE OF Drugs and Patent Medicmes, " > rfi 'i'i*f a ml Finer Article*. Book*. Ptn >■ >t !. »' v tyn on bimt, it Si'ittb iirlcts. Pc t*i iriptlu ns carefully compounded, TT.i vt iie rorc'nnsrVl tbc interest ef mv Into partner Mr. lames Williamm n. I rek ■> corMnnnncc of flip public patronage, promt'hip to «jive all order* on* gustsdt) me, mv b' at cure and pars- nal attention 2 sarnus joergenson A Golden OPPORTUNITY FOR Our Subscribers Appro' Int'iif; fl’i-' necc ity of nil Business Men, i-’m ~t n and Mini .) leaving a news pojier } 0.; bed in lUemetvepii is, in addition to their uwu io alp: ->ct- one that centaiim all Financial. Commercial r. i I floaeral News; sueli matter not be •ii :'io ftcupo of u local paper—the proprietorsot luo North wkstE trim frisk Save made advantageous arrangements to O L U J3 WITH THE ■SAN FRANCISCO MlyClwicle The regular subscription price of ear paper Is $2.00 PER YEAR, And the yearly subscription of the CHRON ICLE is S2. Now we will furnish Both Papers for One Year Both papers sent te one or two addresses, ojr tlonal with the subscriber. SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE MMMN*IS TnUtHtHM Leading Newspaper OP THE Pacific Coast . A; V . ’ ' ' ’ rp 'SM a*;. 4U‘ ! if’ - - , tub puKONiri '5 a. toe raw FRismro rn;o»’ . Cl*E In the first papo: on <’io co. s‘ Jr y •n-lia the trosimoss riucl icl;.l tyof* rTJ'V .. Nothinglluit lh»worMilc. ;resto know !■< r. \ from Its columns. It nimn to t.Il evitj n\cuj. m-nt of a Crsl-tlaf-? i-nper Its Telegraphic 110, orta arn (hoi, lest atul t. ost r iiaMo; Its Local News the fullest emir ' , »;.! its iJUitoriuld from the ul-lo*l ptas ki ii.o country. CSI fK»WI«PT.V. ling r.lwnys r ■■ 1 Always v.'Ml bo, the friruJ w.<l rhai: njr.n O' i P-opio ns com'. Imainnt,, cli ;n‘» corpor lions or uppresslon of any kini. ! t v.-'.l be IV - p u.lcat in ivcrjltiln'j noufr.u In nothin-..; f r fl ! Impartial <■> all jot t'ANHis-l • "nm • tarn wherever fomul, n- 1 v.’oikiu,' with f> , ou.lcaTar to promote nail prut- < vor ii t.. ; tlio-pioat pub!h whom tt servos and ou v*ko... it doneuds for its support. The RAW rBASOMCO rC'l’n-'X.Y CAIKti tV£CF..Ii, tlm r.os: l>*. ant oat c■ a V.cta Weekly > n ;irr i:i f > V.'.- \ roTularlv TV colnmus, »nt * Liter ;(nro und C .1 I <> •> •a ; u . c A_,r.c'-.itun.i at 0 y PO -., tgf .*J JlOa. V/ V.A \J \.‘UV ■ ) Including p-istntce, to any pot of tl.o I’liter! but- g. v.uiplk coprn ? '• Bi AMo: '"A r’-.'t f«>»i c-.uu.fUnl.a l y u.o ouita AUU«Sd kii g,?d«« to FOR 1885. A GREAT ENTERPRISE. The important feature of Tin. Century Magazine lor the Cuming year—indeed, perhaps the most important ever under taken by the magazine—will I t* a series of separate PAP F PiS OK THE CIVII WA R written l>v general officers high in com mand either upon the Federal or the Con federate side. The battle of Shiloh and the siege of Vicksburg will bo among those described by General U. S. Grant; General Beauregard writes of the First Bull Run; Generals Met 'lelHn, Uosecrans, Longstreer. Hill, Fit/. John Porter, Plea sinton, Gordon, Admiral Porter, and many others have engaged to contribute. Papers chronicling special events, person* al reminiscences of* proniim nt military leaders now dead, brief sketches entitled “Recollections of a Private,” descriptions of auxilliarv branches of the scryics, ete„ etc., will supleincnt tlie more important aeries by the the various generals. A strut regard for accuracy will guide the preparation of the illustrations, tor which The Century has at its disposal a very large quantity of photographs, drawings, portraits, maps, plans, etc., hitherto unused. The aim is to present in ilds senes, not official report, but commanding officers 1 accounts of their plans and operations, —interesting per sonal exp' risntes will record leading events of tiic war, and possess, at the same time, a historical value not easily to be calculated. OTHER FEATURES include a new novel by W. I). Howells — the fctorv of an American husihess man; novelettes by Henry James, Grace Demo Litchfield, and others; short stories by “Uncle Remus,” Frank R. Stocton, 1! H. Boyesen, T. A. Janvier, H. H., Julian Hawthorne, and other equally well known witers. There will be an * important series of papers on the New N' *rth-west; articles by W. I). Howells < n “Tuscan Cities,” illustrated with reproductions ol etchings 1 y P« until; pap is on Astnuny, Architec ture, History, Sanitary .Draining etc., etc. Readers, of Tin; Century may feel sore of keeping abreast of the tiuns on leading subjects that may properly come within the province of a monthly magazine. Subst ripiions should date from November, hegining the War Series and Mr. Howells’* novel. Price, $-4.00 a year; 35 certs a number. All book-sellers and news-dealers sell it anti take subscriptions, or rcmbauce may Ik* made to the publishers. Tub Century Co. New York N. Y. EordiJß fiiriian Coif y. Successors to F. W. WUSTIIOFF, Estate, (JOBBERS I>T HAEDWAKE, CUTLEIiY GUNS Fj orfilip'Grr( I p, M n i ’(it, T i rpn‘p Fn ]> IRON, STEEL COAT- & BLACKSMITH'S JOOLS CARRIAGES, WAGONS AND FARMING TOOT,a OF EVKKT DESCRIPTION —Sole Agents for— Tli o Cx f nut «fe Granite 131 a wtf ti g; J y o \vd on* am> ciscihmatti Kim; A bubulab piwor safe* SEATTLE, W. I', P. 0. Box 711. FITS, EPILEPSY, FALLING SICKNESS, PERM \ATI.Y CI’KED —NO Hl .MUUii—by tbe Mont b’» iii iiiu ol I r.OOULADUS Celebrated iulall ble FITPOWuJHH, To convince sufferers that these Powtb-r. wil' do all we claim for them wo will send them by mail post paid, a free Trial lh>x As ir. (Initiat'd is the only Physician that has ever made ■■ i» < 'e-ease a special study, and ns to our know ledi;e thousands hive been pi rnient y cured l<y the nee el these I’owdi r», we will gu.rrantee a permanent ure in every ruse, or te uiuV you all money ex i«di ed. All sufferers should give theso i*uwders an arly trial, and bo convinced of their curative power*. I’ri.-e for large box. s;t.oo. or 4 Boxes for $10.90 cut by mui. to any part ol the UniUdStetcs or Gan ula, on receipt of price, or bv express c. O I). Andress, ASH k KOUBINW StiO Fiuion gt. Brooklyn N.T. BE. MIHTIE, (T HI rc Spf.c IAMsT) No. 11 KTarner SL, Sun Frnncisra. Cal Tit FATS AU CfIUONIC, SPECIAL AN» Pitivate Diseases with Wonderful •Success. r FIII3 GHEAT English Eemedy racr.: **' nkver failik* I vj <Jur “ f,,r Nervous D*bil. F-1 -3& V, 1 t-xhanstPd Vitality .miiinl Weakness, Hpcr! MW/ j t » Y-'.J n.nttorrhi a, Inst Nan. Sj/ V' .; l»«o=:. liiMtotmcy, p tf , ,5«!. /Jf ; , •;% «i.vit. rroatiitorrltcsaud i’ttV V ti / it: • : n , ,he u Tilde effects ef f : -4*-"V \ <Jf7i F liMm so. youthful fol. lies aud exit ssi h in m». -■ ‘ , *V '*'*■ "U-f >•<•««. ku.Vi n a Low "I .l.n. .tv, J.BMHitud# N-* rnal I mission, Av! < rsi ■ i . S i icty. Dimness of Vision, Noises in tlx Hrii , tit., vital fluid p;i«sing unobserved in the urine. a? d mauy other diseases that lead to insanity and death. v l»!t. SIIWTIE. who is n regular l Physcia (trrdn.- ti of the l ulv. rslty i t Pennsylvania), wl 1 iiirr. ■> to f. r:' T I'ivc Kin ia< > < •! Dollar* for a cast- of thin kind Hit Vital Itestorut i v«• (under hi-sp. vial advice and treatment) will not cure, or f. r aii \ thing impure < r injurious found in it. I>|’ in ni; treats all Private Dlse ses successfully without Merciuy. tir uimsultallou t're<% Thorough examination and advice, including analy sis of urine, Price i t Vital Uestorativo. sir.o» hott e, or tour line s (he quantity $.5, sent to any add less up >n receipt of price, or 0. O. D.. secure from observation, and in j ivatr name if desired, A. E. MINTIF. M. D. It Kearny Hf.. San Francisco, Cal. SAMPLE BOTTLE PUKE; Will lie m ill 1.0 lIU> lure applying by letter, stating ayniptoiu s, sex and ago, strict bccrecym regard to all bmdiicsstrauaactioiiß. 1»U. MINTIE S KIDNFY REMEDY, NEPHRET* ICUN. cures ■ Udiseasesof Kidney nod bladder Cam* . taints, Clonorrh a, Gl -et, I.eucoirlica. For sale by 1! IrugtCsts, $1 a bottloj f> bottles for f5. Dlt. IN TIE'S DANDELION PILLS arothebei* at d 'dic.ipest Dyspepsia and 1 itlloua Cure in thr tnuikit. For sale by all druggists. I2tf »a. rn^srs C*?!" © Cr.'’" iJ* ;r« . t:; e. It i < ilhpp SfK4 '» > ■ ■'• >*> t- .<■■; ii ;• • «■'! •■ n•1 jto th» seat <f :: ■ • !;• ■ ii' II;* (id .>-Liii . y OrsatiC) " Ml'"' : '► <!::••» * t d»*. I oril.l ; OI». RU'ITUlin Ol j. >.' >i i•*■ ii ■stil<l, 1 t ii ten V •i 1 ' •■< u j !«■» ■ U\*> (•ytitkrin it i .ton i r di-I'ldi.tfM.wi, I • it. ■ i.. . < t t! 'v vrid (a. nvU-fy *1 v i-.i» (.«.* aij.on find tileeL n j uurantd Sbiwue to tiiio or wo will refunu •i i- money. l‘ri< o I.y n.: 1, Tittrfe j aid, s2x<o " 1 . or. !1 Loros fori: U), wiltteti gubMil.tceft is ’H“(' lij tII imihoi ;?*ii tcci,(H. JLii-. Jr ell'. 1 c Su.2. * (o. Props, riooiumi, < s. -/iti *&. i».. Authorized Aeer.ts, tAr3acler e l<~ er A S.t :csl J-rvirrylahß, J OB rum .OREGON. Orders by umii will net ivo iu.u-;>i,aUet.tK'n. t 1 1»«. K. ('. Nkkvk asi> Train '.l|ea»- MENX, n (jnaranteed incritic for Ilysliria. 17 **“ • less. Cunvulions, Tils, Nervous Nutra t :, y» jPlemlacho, Nervous Prostration cruEmlby of alcohol or fobaooo, Wakefulness, llsidid J»o --iiresston, Buftenin r of the Brainii<-uU;r.K Kt in sanity a vd I .tiling to misery. tl« cay ai d death, Promatur# Old Aeo, rnrraw«, L<-ps 1 over iu either s**, Involuntary loimb. ai'd rt eririat orrbtca caus'd by over-exertion «*f ll *•» ttun.swr abiiHO or vvi r-iildilliirnco. Jirh l*x roi.lolD® one month's treatment. fl.rOn »«•*. miij noxss for sent by nmiljin in <1 ‘■_ teccj tof i new. \v»; tii AteAXTi;i; six lioxt.n to euro any ease. With each order received by ns for ix bottss. aecompai ie l with -*b.« •». wo wm send the purciinHer our written RnuriiTitee l<> «>• fund the luoi.oy if the trmtmeut does not elite* ucun>. Oonrantees issued only by WOOIMRD, TIiABH d < «.. Wh'-lccals cvxviJ. XBota.ll X:r-u£.£i»to, I*OKTUM>. OREGON. Orders by mail will ruevivo prompt uUenUun. onowmsM is tlie most complex work of the; Urea tor. and when this conumcdted struct lire, bo exquisite ly wrought, in disturbed liy disease, the most ellk icnt aid should be nought from the most skill'* I physician—for the human body Is too preei us to he m elected. It becomes the s on then: “What phyrlelati shall be em j •IOC ( Jy,> I' l '*'’ OsrAi JoiiANNsi N, of the University ’ («ei many, has made a lifelong study r W ru"id if i\t us imi t.cnito I riu System. fJCisi. CA ernedica ,£ute \ny Debility or Derangement of the Nervous Syr tern, including SpcrmutthorheH ftonoi r lieu, Syphilis, Stricture, impotence, et< m eb;. BECAUSE you may have been cheated and fooled by quacks, who claim to cun; this r Jo of disorders, do uot hesitate to give (Jit.case ii.vnni'sk.n’h method a fair trial beiore your lass becomes chronic and incurable. J&ree.. “TSfl A aluable treatise, explanatory of Dr..jo- HAN\rsEN’» system, will tic sent by mail, post paid atm securely sealed from observation, to any Hiiflerer addressing bis sole authorized agent for the United States and 1 annda HENKY VOCEI.FR, d 4‘J Soutit Street, New Yor J Complicated symptoms treated from D •lohaiincfscii’s Special Prescription, ndor an vice of a duly qualified consulting physcun.-.k 1 correspondence held u *■ » dential, and udvjce by mail free of cl urge. DEUSONM X\ KEEP OF t.EOAL BLANKB, BOCB • «u Chat lei Mortgunes, yult-CNIm slid Wwnslf Peeds, «to. would d». well to mate appliußtiea •* this office, where tliey tan be obtained si rMfoaabl* prices. blaaSß vriuteU to order 3 u shon uoia*.