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F02HGJT TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.
Matters are quiet at Suakim. The plague ia raging in Bagdad. Liverpool had a 100,000 fire recently. Mr. Davitt will go on a lecturing tour. The Enclish parliament has rejected the crematory bill. The Earl of Derby has been created a knight of the garter. There is considerable falling off in Quebec timber trade. -The Montreal and Sorrel Railroad is to be thoroughly repaired. Dispatches from Vienna state that the Stadt Theater has burned, rivnamiter Dennis Deasev died in Chatham prison last week. . Troops have begun to advance to the re . lief of Berber and Khartoum. Doncaster, a Derby winner, has been sold to a Hungarian for 5,250. It is DroDOsed to form a Canadian Beef Exportation Company at Montreal. The York Pioneers will turn out in a body at the Toronto semi-centennial. The supply of spiritual consolation for me JliUgllsn soiuiKrs cusi x(,uuuauuuau. The Mayor of Victoria has called a pub lic meeting to devise means for suppress ing gambling. The friendly relations between France and Morocco are as good as ever, says the Paris Le Temps. . The majority of the Czarowith was cele brated at St. Petersburg last week by va rious court and state ceremonies. Tha Journal de Paris accuses Bismarck of lying in a recent report presented at the trial of Krazewski and Ileutsch. It is reported that the Malagasy govern ment offers France 1,000,000 to renounce all claims to territory in Madagascar. Lord St. Leonards, arrested on the charge of assaulting a maid servant of his host, demands a trial by his peers. Commondetore Pericolli, a well known citizen of Home, has been arrested charged with fraudulent transactions. The Bunderath has adopted a bill to " subsidize steamship lines between Ger many and ports of eastern Asia and Aus tralia. The acid works at Yale, B. C, in con nection with the nitro-glycerine manufac tory, were destroyed recently. Damage $75,000. The steamsnip Illyron, from Liverpool for Boston, was wrecked recently near Cape Clear light, Ireland. All the people were saved. Trial by jury is going out in England. In one court alone out of a total of 1,024 cases no less than 444 are t be tried by a judge alone. Lawson was at a reception to Winch, an American tenor, and Miss Griswold, when the news came to him of the failure of his house. Irish landlords have appointed a deputa tion to explain to the English government the misery caused by the deadlock in the bond market. The Berlin Tageblatt says that Richard Muckle of the Philadelphia Ledger, will succeed Sargent as United States Minis ter to Germany. The English government has sent an or der to Cairo directing that efforts be made to communicate with Gordon by other routes than Berber. In a duel with pistols near the City of Mexico last week, between Terres Senora and Pedro Gorza, the right hand of the former was shattered. The United States steamer Quinnebaugh has sailed from Constantinople with the remains of MacGahan, a distinguished newspaper1 correspondent. Grand Duke Louis, of Hesse Darmstadt, informed Madame Kolinine of his inteu tion to apply for a divorce on the ground that the marriage was informal. The Parisian dames, having exhausted the aviary, have now gone to the market gardens fer novelty. The latest novelty is a hat trimmed witn artichokes. A telegram from St. Johns, N. B., eays: A terrible storm is raging at Bathurst. Many ships are seen' in the ice and grave fears are entertained for their safety. The Emperor of Germany has accepted the resignation of. Bismarck from the presidency of the cabinet, and has ap pointed as his successor Boetticher, Prus sian Minister of State. The English Conservative peers have re solved unanimously to reject the franchise bill. Lord Randolph Churchill has been unanimously re-elected chairman of the National Conservative Union. . The statement that a Fenian plot to as sassinate the Prince of Wales was brew ing in Paris, is declared untrue. The Armce freely moved about tne streets and made many visits, unattended. W. E. Belcher, agent of the Canada Pa cific Railway at Portage la Prairie, has been temporarily appointed assistant traffic manager of the western division, vice William Harder, resigned. The late Judah P. Benjamin left behind no materials for a biography. He destroyed his private documents, and was accus tomed tojsay that treasuring up of old papers caused half the misery of life. Final negotiations in regard to the Egyp tian conference have been concluded. France and Italy persistantly insist upon their right to discuss the general ques tions of the administration of Egypt. The belief is general that Gladstone is preparing some expedition for the relief of General Gordon, but he dare not say so, lest he should thereby get that hero's threat cut before the expedition could reach him. The Mexican Chamber of Deputies has authorized the President to contract a loan of $30,000,000, covering $3,000,000 al- ready received by the government loan recently reported. It will probably be ef- fected in Fans. The court-martial at Sargossa, Spain, for the trial of fourteen officers charged with desertion, sentenced one major to imprisonment for life. A lieutenant was sentenced to twenty years, and the others fur twelve years. Arbour Day, which was ordered to be observed in Brantford, Canada, as a pub lic holiday, proved a regular fizzle. ot a place ef business closed, and scarcely a single tree was planted or ether improve ment made on the street. Earl Granville has instructed the En glish Embassy at Pekin to enquire into the report concerning the terms of the Franco-Chinese treaty. England will de mand equal rights with France to trade in the Chinese southern provinces. George Augustus Sal a gets 10,000 a year from the London Illustrated Xeirs for writing a page a week and occasional dramatic criticisms. He gets another $10,000 from the Daily Telegraph for an editorial of a column long now and then. The London Times says: It would be for the American railriad boards to expect to get capital from Europe in the future as easy as in the past, unless it be shown that they mean to turn over a new leaf and manage the property on sound prin ciples. All the employes of the Baker railway, in Russia, have been arrested on the charge of being implicated with the Ni hilists. A well known female Socialist, Flippoina Isamong, is accused. At the Impending trial 100 Nihilists will be ar raigned. John Rogers, husband of Minnie Palm er, is making arrangements to 6tart a weekly dramatic paper in London. Min nie Palmer still seems to be on the top of the wave of financial prosperity,. and is reported to have just purchased 50,000 worth of jewelry. DOMESTIC TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. The Senate has adjourned for a short recess. Bank Examiner Scriba believes the crisis is past. ' Kansas was somewhat interested in Donnell, Lawson & Simpson's failure. The Supreme Court of Philadelphia has discharged the receiver of the Reading Railway. O. M. Bogart & Co., New York bankers, have assigned to John Wheeler; prefer ences, 06,000. ' Georize II. Burritt, treasurer of the China and Japan Trading Company, died in Jsew xorJc last wees. The Metropolitan Bank of New York has suspended and its doors ara closed George I. Seney is president. The remains of Charles O'Conor arrived in New York, and were taken to the ca thedral and placed in a vault. Specials from the northwestern portion of Texas say that heavy and continued rains have damaged the crops. Hardy Grady (colored) was lynched in Effingham county, Georgia, recently. He attempted to outrage a white lady. General Swaim, as a witness, testifies that he never understood his accounts and shirks off the blame on Batemen & Co. j The Newark, N. J., savings institution closed its' doors last week. Bank officers say Fisk & Hatch owe the institution 1, ,000,000. The failure of Fiske & Hatch, bankers of New York, was precipitated by the Phainix Bank refusing to certify their chucks. The bill to aid the World's Industrial and Cotton Centennial Exhibition at New Orleans has passed. The loan is placed at 1,000,000. I he failures for the past week, as re ported by II. G. Dun & Co.. were as fol lows: United States, 182; Canada.-27; an increase of lo. The following postmasters were commis sioned recently: M. Howe, at Caleb, ure gon; O. Warren, at Hillhurst, Washing ton lerritory. All traces of last week's flurry in Kan sas Citv hankincr circles has disanneared, The banks are paying in full and business is moving as usual. A Conshatta, Louisiana, dispatch says The river is even with the March flood. All the low lands subjected to overflow are now under water. Colonel George M. Totten, formerly chief engineer of the Panama Pailway, well 3novvii to early Calif ornians, is seri ously ill in New Yerk. Protection levee on Sinclair place of Harry Laws, of Cincinnati, five miles be low Baton Rouge, Louisiana, gave way re cently. The loss will be great. It is stated that Senator Anthony, who has been ill and absent from the Senate for several days, will resign his seat next month. He has been in the Senate thirty years. Secretary of the Treasury Folger was in New York last week, and telegraphed to Washington ordering the payment of the one hundred and twenty-seventh call for bonds. It is stated that Jay Gould, president, and Sidney Dillon, of the executive com mittee, deny any movement to put the Wabash temporarily into the hands of a receiver. Two men, Trendell and Kirby, quarreled over a trivial matter in Glenn Mary, Ten nessee, recently. Trendell cut Kirby's throat, and Kirrby shot Trendell. Both died in half an hour. Receiver Davis, of New York, reports the liabilities of Grant & Ward, as far as he is able to ascertain, at $1,457,531; col laterals held by creditors, between $10, 000,000 and $12,000,000. A special to the Boston Herald from Mexico says- The difficulty between the government and the banks has been set tled by a loan of 1,000,000, probably se cured through a foreign syndicate. The pension appropriation bill, as re ported to the Senate, reduces the amount of unexpended balance of the appropria tion for the current fiscal year to be changed from $84,000,000 to $00,000,900. A St. Paul dispatch says; Armstrong Taylor has been appointed receiver of the St. Croix Land and Lumber Company, of which E. S. Austin is president. The as sets are placed at $500,000; liabilities about 400,000. The President has issued a proclamation restoring to the public domain lands set apart by executive order as a reservation for the Jicarilla Apache Indians, in the northwestern part of New Mexico, em bracing 307,000 acres. Alfred and James McCullough, father and son, for the murder of -bphraim Saxon, and Riley Anderson, for the mur der of Louise Griffith and her oaby, were all three hanged on the same gallows at Greenville, S. C, last week. The officers of the New England Tobacco Growers Association inaugurated a move ment to secure the repeal of allinternal revenue taxes on tobacco. Growers and nackers and the trade throughout the country are urged to unite in its favor. It is stated in Washington on good authority that McLean, proprietor of the Cincinnati Enquirer, sent General Grant a check for $50,000 when Grant & Ward failed last week. At McLean's request the matter was kept a profoundjsecret. Romero, Mexican Minister, informed the Department of State recently, that he hd received official notification from his government of the ratification by the Mexican Senate of the reciprocity treaty between the United btates and Mexico.. The Union Pacific Railroad Company has disposed of the Credit Mobilier litiga tion bv aereeinsr to purchase all outstand ins Credit Mobilier stock at $20 per share, involving the payment of only $385,000, a lovoraoie seiuemem, lor me u mou raciuc. The New York flour trade resolved that all flour inspected shall have the name of the New York Produce Exchange In spector and the grade it represents, to gether with the month and year branded upon each check upon the side of the bar rel. The remainder of the assets of the Jay Cook ec Co. estate was disposed of at auc tion in Philadelphia recently. The sale was held for the redemption of asset divi dend script of the first and second issues, comprising many tracts of lands in Min nssota and other sections. .Inbn TT -Tampa a ktntup of Aflona Georgia, has suspended. He has central real estate to the amount of $500,000. which he will offer for sale at once and which will more than meet his liabilities. The associated banks and bankers of At lanta tendered him assistance, which he declined. "Horn and Gribben were hanged at Ash land, Ohio, last week. The execution was witnessed by 10,000 or 12,000 people. Both men passed a sleepless night, Horn spend ing the night writing and Green reading the Bible. Gribben took leave of his wife and Horn of his sister on the morning of the execution. The Papachoag mill, of Worcester, jiass., ownea uy ueorge c-orapton, was burned recently. It was used for the manufacture of woolen yarn. Loss, $150, 000; insurance, $112,000. Many girls were injured by jumping through the windows. Several who are wounded are likely to die. It is feared bodies will be found in the ruins. The suspension of the Tuna Valley Bank of Bradford, Pa., last week, caused a run on the First National and Bradford National Banks. All were paid. The of ficials of the Tuna Valley Bank say there are no preferences, and depositors will be paid in full. The Tuna Valley was the Bradford correspondent of the Metro politan Bank of New York. PORTLAND HAKKET EXPORT. 1TLOUR Fancy extra, $ -; country, bbl, $4.75; 4.064.50; bakers' extra, superfine. $3.75. FKED, Etc. Corn meal, V 100 lbs., $2.7o 3.00: buckwheat, $5.50; oat meal, $4.00 4.25; cracked wheat; $3.253.59; bran, ? ton $18.20: shorts, $2225: middlings, fine, $25.0030.00: hay. baled, $18.0028.00: chop, $22.5025.0U; oil cake meal, $35.00. BUTTER Fancy, fresh rolL & 15., So 40c; inferior, grade, 2025c; pickled. 25 30c - CHEESE California, 17 19c; Oregon large, cnoice, liKOic small, none. EGGS doz., 20c. OATS Choice milling, nominal: good feed. 50c rdinary feed. 48 50c. iJAliL.J2Y Brewing, 100 ns nominal: feed, nominal; ground. $2o.0027.50. WJtilSAT Good to choice. 100 IBs., $1.47J(o1.50, good valley; Walla Walla and Eastern Oreeon. $1.401.45. ilbll Extra Pacific codfish, whole. In c, c, boneless, in bxs., ec PJb.: domestic salmon, hf bbls., $0.007.00, bbls., $11.00, 1-iD. cans, V doz., $1.4a; mackerel, ao. 1, v kit, $1.75To;2.00, JN'o. 2, $1.501.7o, Wo. 1, hf bbls., $10.00, No. 2, $8.50; herrings. salted, hf bbls., , dried, 10-lb. bxs., 75c. HIDES AKD BAUS Hides, dry, over 16 lb., lb.. 14c; Murrain hides, two-thirds off; hides, wet salted, over 55 lbs., $ lb., f (auc (one-third less for light weights, dam aged, cut grubby, or dry salted); pelts, shearling, 10c$1.00; deerskins, winter, 12loc, Eastern Oregon, 22c, summer, E 18fS20c. vallev. 25(630c: burlaos. 40 in. 8c, 45 in., 9Jc, 60 in., 15c; twine, flour, 35(3 40c, wheat, 3oc, fleece, iz(slsc; gunnies. lac: wheat sacks, 7m7ic: HONEY In comb, lb., 22 25c; strained in 5 gal., 11c $ lb.; 1-gal. tins, doz, $14.0015.00, half-gal., $7.50. HOPS It? lb.. 1520c: PROVISIONS Bacon, H412ic; hams, country, & lb., 13loc, butcher, scarce; shoulders, 10llc. LARD iegs, V R., 12c; Eastern, pails, 1213ic Oregon, tins, 12 124c; Call forma, 10-lb. tins, none SYRUPS California refinery fs, gal., bbls., 40c. kgs., 50c, cs., gal. tins, 00c; Eastern, bbls., gal., oOujooc, kgs, b0(xc, 8., b06oc. RICE Sandwich Islands, No. 1, lb, 54c; China mixed, 45c; China-No. 1, none; Rangoon, 5c. FRUITS Prunes, Hungarian, tfft., 12J 15c; raisins (new), $ bx., $2.502.75, hi bxs., $2.753.00, or bxs., $3.253.35, 8th bxs., $3.25(ai3.50; currants, Zante, $ Vb. in bxs., 10c; citron, lb. in drums, 224c; almonds, Marseilles, lb., 1820c, Lane, 20c; walnuts, Chili, ll124c, California, 1213c. DRIED FRUITS Bleached, 14 15c; apples, macnine-cured, )? la., loujloc, sun cured, 910c; peaches, machine-cured, in boxes, 1314c; German, in boxes, lb., 10 llc; plums, sun-cured, pitless, 15l6c, machine-cured, lb18c; pears, machine cured, 1012c, sun-cured, 10llc; figs, California. 25-n. bx.. 9c: Smyrna, 2025c. WOOL Valley, 1416e; Eastern Ore gon, I415c. VEGETABLES Potatoes, bu., S0 60c, according, to variety; cabbage, $ lb,. 24c; turnips, sck., $1.25: carrots, $1.26; beets, $1.2; onions (new), $ lb., 143c; parsnips, 2c. BUCKWHEAT .Nominal, $3.00. CORN No demand. RYE Nominal, 100 lbs., nominal $1.50(2.00 POULTRY--Chickens, doz., spring, $4.00(a;5.50. old. 86.00: ducks. S610.00(a;.12.0U geese, $8.0010.00: turkeys, lb., 1518c PEAS, SEEDS, Etc. Beans, lb., pea, 4c, s. w., 32c, lg. w., 44c, bayou, 44c, pink, 51e. limas, 4c; peas, field, 2434c, sweet, 1520c; timothy seed, 10412c, red clover 22(i25c, white clover, 40(aio0c, alfalfa, low 20c, hungarian grass, 810c, millet, 810c, red too. lo.17c. blue crass. l20c. nes- auite srrass, 1012Ac. SUGARS Golden U in bWs., Ib., Sic, in hi bbl8.. me: renned JJ, bbis., c. ni bbls.. 71c: dry granulated, bbls., 9ie, hf bbls., OJc; crushed, bbls., 10c; fine crushed, bbls., 10c, hf bbls., 10ic; cube, bbls. 10c. hf bbls, 101c; islands, JNo. 1, kgs, mlhc, bgs., &mtc GKEEJN FRUITS Apples, W bx., $l.oO( 2.00; lemons, California, $4.00(5.00, Sicily, $12.0013.00; oranges, & bx., $4.004.50: limes, & 100, $l.&0(ojxoi SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS. RECEIPTS Wheat. 9.500 ctls.: ileur, 7,000 or. sks.: oats. 3.5U0 ctls.: potatoes. 4 000 sks.: eggs, 8,000 doz. FLOUR San Irancisco extra, best, at $5.25(a;5.40; medium, $4.254.75; shipping superfine. $3.00(o14.o0. WHEAT Spot delivery was not wanted, while the demand for futures was anvthing out brisk. Sales in No. 1 white were as follows: Buver 1884200 tons. 81.551.75i, Seller 1884-400 tons, $1.39. 100, $1,394 $ etl. Closing prices were: No. 1 white Bid. Buyer season f...$l 50 Buyer 1884 1 45 Seller 1884 1 39 Asked ; $1 524 1 394 BARLEY Holders aro not forcing busi ness, but meet the wants of the trade quietly at a range of 81482c & etl. for the better grains of feed. Nearly 6,000 tons of No. 1 feed changed nands as follows; Buyer season 400 tons, 794c; 400, 79ic; 200, 794c; 900, 70c; 400, 78c; 500, 78c; 100, 78c; 100, 78. Seller season 300 tns. 85c; 700, 85c. Buyer 1884100 tons, 90c; 100, 87gc; 100, 87jc; 100. 874c Seller 1884200 tons, 77c W etl. OATS Black, $1.351.40; white. $i.50 1.65: for common, $1.01,80 for fair to good, and $1.701.75 for extra choice CORN Choice ary yeiiow, 1.60; white, choice dry, $1.501.50; common, $1,374 1.45; Nebraska, $1.351.40. BRAN Quiet and unchanged at $14.00. MIDDLINGS Active at $17.0019.00 ton. HAY Wheat, $11.0013.60; wild oat, $11.0013.00; barley, $8.0011.00; stable, $13.00(2! 14.00; cow, $10.0012.60; alfalfa, $6.0010.00 & ton. STRAW Quotable at 45574c bale. BUCKWHEAT Quotable at $3.25Si? v ctl TALLOW Good to choice ren .ered, 7 7c; refined, 8482c lb. HOPS Quotable at 1618c, lb. for fair to medium. and 21224c for good t choice. APPLES Oregon, bx., $1.50, $2.25. HIDES Dry, p lb., usual selection. 20c; dry kip. 204c; dry calf, 19204c; prime hair goatskins, 6070c. LARD Eastern refined, 3 to 10-lb. tins, 1213c. Other provisions unchanged. , SALMON Oregon, 1-lb cans, $ doz., f. o. b., $1.20, $1,224. EGGS V doz., 2021c. MILLSTUFFS Ground barley, $24.00 25.00 $ ton; oil cake meal, old process, $30.00, new process, $26.50; rye flour. $6.00 $ bbl.; rye meal, $5.50; buck-wheat flour, lb., 5c; pearl barley, 45c; graham flour, 33c: oat meal, 54c; Eastern oat meaL $ bbl., $9.75, net cash; cracked wheat, lb., 4c. POTATOES New sell, according te quality, as follows: Small, 2c; medium, 24c; large choice, 34c lb. Sweets, $2.75 3.00; Cuffey Coves. 75c; Jersey biues, 75c: Humboldts, $1.40; Petalumas, $1.35 1.374; Tomales,$1.351.374; early goodrich, $1.25; early rose,$1.1241.25;river reds 90c; peerless. $1.601.65. HONEY Extracted, 6c, 8c, lb.; extra white comb, 18c, 20c; white, 13c, 16c; dark, 9c 12c ONIONS Good to choice, sk., $1.50 3.50 $20,000 GONE! Sa.n Francisco, Cal. The Chronicle publishes in substance the following mar vel: Captain W. F. Swasey the oldest pioneer of the coast, makes a statement of the intense suffering of his friend Colonel D. J. Williamson,, an Army officer of dis tinction, and an ex-U. S. Consul, who was attacked in the winter of 1861-2 with vio lent rheumatism. So great was his agony in after years, he became a helpless crip ple, and after trying numberless remedies, the baths of other countries and spending a fortune of 20,000, the disease seemed to assume a more virulent type. Finally, he was persuaded to try St. Jacobs Oil, the great conqueror of pain. It worked a miracle of cure. In a letter to the Chron icle he confirms Captain Swasey's state ment and adds. "I cheerfully give my un qualified attestation to the truthfulness of the statement, because I feel perfectly cer tain that a knowledge of my cure by St. Jacobs Oil, will prove the means of ra ieving hundreds of sufferers." SXTM3HNQ VP THE RESULTS 0? A YEAR'S TREATMENT. A lady patient in Lockport, N Y.. thus sums up the results of a years Compound Uxygen Treatment: it is now a year since I commenced using the Oxygen, and I can readily sum up the good results of the Treatment. It is hardly too much to say that I am in finitely better. I am stronger in every way ana rarely suffer now from the utter exhaustion which was my usual condition before. 1 cannot remember tne time wnen I have been so free from headache as dur ing the past year. My physician rejoices in my improvement and assures me that I am going to get well." Our "Treatise on Uomnound Uxvaen. containing a history of the discovery ad mode of action of this remarkable cura tive agent, and a large record of surprising cures in Consumption. Catarrh. Neuralgia, Bronchitis, Asthma, etc., and a wide range of chronic aiseases, will be sent free. Ad dress Dks. Starkey & Palen, 1109 and 1111 Girard street, Philadelphia. All orders for the Compound Uxveen Home Treatment directed to H. E. Ma thews. 606 Montgomery street. San Fran cisco, will be filled on the same terms as if sent directly to us in Philadelphia. General Kalzbre, ex-Governor of Poland, is dead. REMINISCENCES OF ROCHESTER. The Falls of the Cicnesee and Ham Patch's Fatal Iiap One of Its linslriess IIonMett and It great Magnitude. The present floods, which are either de vastating or threatening the country in every direction, are justly cause forappre hension. No matter whether thev come suddenly or by slow degrees, they are in either case, a great evil and much to be dreaded, and yet America will always be tm.ii Vx ,J 4 1.nn " a . uuuuicu uj uie epruig ovemows. ITOU ably one of the most disastrous that was ever known, occurred in Rochester. N. Y about twenty years ago. TheGenese rivpr. just above the falls where Sam Patch made his final and fatal leap, became completely uioi-Kaueu uy ice, lorming an impassable dam, and the water coming down the Genesee river overflowed the nrincinal portion of the city of Rochester. This catastrophe would have been repeated the present year nad not the energy and fore sight of the city authorities prevented it. The writer happened to be in Rochester at that time and was greatlv interested in the manner in which this great catastro phe was averted. Every few moments, a roar like the peals of thunder or the boom- r i .1 1 1 1 nig ui camion wouia oe neara, and in or der to see this ice-blasting nrocesa ftp. writer went to the top of the new Warner building, which overlooks the Genesee river. From here he was not only enabled to see the process uninterrupted! v. but also the magnificent building which has just been completed. This is unquestionably the finest building devoted to business and manufacturing purposes in America, being entirely nreproor, eight stories high. and containing over four and a quarter acres of flooring. Mr. Warner treated your correspondent very courteously, and in tne course 01 tne conversation said: V e are doing a tremendous business and are far behind In our orders. This is the season of the year when people, no matter how strong their constitution may be, feel, more or less, the pain and indis position, the headaches, colds, neuralgia, rheumatism, dull pains, sore throats. coughs all the thousand and one ills that flesh is heir to come this time of the year. if at all. It is natural, therefore, that we 6hould be very busy. This is specially true of our Safe Rheumatic Cure, and it is crowding us very sharply for a new reme dy." "Singular, but I had forgotten that you do not advertise o cure all diseases from one bottle, as is done generally by many otner mecucine men, but 1 supposed War ner's Safe Cure was for the cure of rheu matism. "And so it has been until our remedy which was especially for rheumatism and neuralgia, was introduced. We havB been three years perfecting this new rem euy. Diuay nrsc taugnt us tnere were certain powerful elements in Warner's Safe Cure, better known as Warner's Safe ivianey ana Liiver ture. mat made won derful cures in chronic and acute rheuma usm, but auring our investigation, we learned of a remarkable cure at a cele brated springs, and put experts to investi gate and found that the springs did not contain any valuable properties, but the course of treatment that was being given there was performing all the benefit. By carefully combining the active principles of this remedy with our Safe Cure, we have produced our Safe Rheumatic Cure, and the cures it is effecting are simply wonderful, and I do not doubt it will oe eome as popular as our Safe Cure." "You seem to talk freely in regard to your remedies and appear to have no se crets, Mr. Warner." "None whatever. The physician with his hundred calls and one hundred diseases, is necessarily compelled to guess at a great deal. We are enabled to follow up and perfect, while physicans can only experi ment with their hundred patients and hundred diseases. With the ordinary physician, the code binds him down, so that if he makes a discovery, he is bound to give it to the other physicians, which, of course, discourages investigation, to a great extent. This is why the great dis coveries in medical science of late years have been made by chemists and scientists and not by physicians, and it in a measure accounts for the great value of our reme dies, also for the remarkable success of all those doctors who make a specialty of one or two diseases." "And you find that you are curing as great a number of people as ever before?" "Yes, a far greater number. We never sold so much of our medicine as now and never knew of so many remarkable cures." The writer departed after the above in terview, but was greatly impressed, not onlv by the sincerity of Mr. Warner, but by the vastness of all he taw. Mr. War ner's medicines are used throughout the entire length and breadth of the land, and we doubt not the result they are effecting are really as wonderful as they are related to be. - SARSAPARILLA YELLOW DOCK IODIDE OP POTASS. The Best Blood Purifier and Tonic Alterative in use. It puickly cures all diseases originating from a disordered Btate of the blood or liver. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Boils, Blotches, Pim ples, Scrofula, Gout, Dropsy, Tumors, Salt Rheum and Mercurial Pains readily yield to its purifying properties. It loaves the blood pure, the liver and kidneys healthy, the con plexion bright and clear. For sale by all drug gists. J.R.QATES fc CO., - . Proprietors, BAN FKA.NCI3CO, CAL. TTT T'lT'VoftheGenera- auickly cured by the CIV I ALE METHOD. Adopted in all ae HOSPITALS OF FRANCE. Prompt return of VIGOR. Simple cases, $3 to $6. Severe ones, $8 to $14 Pamphlet Fre. ftf-ix r- Ayeaey, XeoYttltonSt.NewIoriS, I Hare a positlre remedy ft the abore disease; b Its m thousands of eases ot-ii wont kind and of Ion standing bar been cured. iDdeed, so strong is my faltS In itaeffleacy, tot I will send TWO BOm.ES fTfiK. to gwtberwub s V-ALPABl, TKKATISB on thl Tdljii!ic aysaCbrer. eire Express end P.O. address, r""1"' Pfc X. JL. wtOOCM. 181 fearl bL.Tor, A BEJtEDY FOS LTOO DISEASES. ? Dr." Robert Newton," late President of the Eclectic College, of the city of New York, and formerly of Cincinnati, Ohio, used Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam very extensively In his prac tice, as many of his patients now living, and re Btored to. health by the use of this invaluable medicine, can amply testify. He always said that bo good a remedy ;ought .to be prescribed freely by every physician as a sovereign remedy in all cases of long diseases. It cures Consump tion, and has no equal for all pectoral com plaints. No kind of lick-her is ever good for a. woman. Piso's Remedy for Catarrh is a certain cure for that very obnoxious disease. Nervousness, Nervous Debility, Neural gia, JNervous Shock, St. Vitus Dance. Prostration, and all diseases of Nerve Generative Organs, are all permanently and radically cured by Allen's Brain Food, the great botanical remedy. $1 pkg., 6 for $5. At druggists, or by mail from J. H. Allen, 315 First Avenue. New 1 ork City. Redington, Woodard & Co., Port land, Oregon. "Rough on Coughs." 15c.. 25c.. 50c.. at Druggists. Complete cure Coughs, Hoarse ness, Sore Throat, We call special attention to "Dr. Pierce's Magnetic Elastic i Truss" and "Magnetic Belt, advertised m another part of this paper. The goods made by this firm are their best advertisements, and the stand ing and reputation of the house for fair and honorable dealings in the past, may be taken as a guarantee for the future. THE INGLESIDE is the best and cheap est illustrated story paper in the world The most thrilling story ever published is now ruuning in its columns "The Red Note Book, or A Heritage of bcandal. For sale by all newsdealers; laTge dis counts to agents. Address: INGLESIDE PUBLISHING COMPANY San Francisco, Cal. The People's Remedv for Biliousness, Constipation, Piles, Sick Headache, Jaun dice, etc.. is Allen's Bilieus Physic, s purely vegetable liquid remedy; large bot tle, 2o cents. At all druggists. Keding ton, Y oodard sc Co., Jf ortland, Oregon. "Mother Swan's Worm Syrup," for feverishness, restlessness, worms, consti pation, tasteless. 25 cents. For Bronchial, Asthmatic and Pul monary Complaints "Brown's Bronchial Troches" manifest remarkable eurativ properties. Sold only in boxes. Skinny Men. "Wells' Health Renewer' restores health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, impotence. CATARRH A New Treatment whereby a permanent cure is effected in from one to three applications. Particulars and trea tise free on receipt of stamp. A. H. Dixon &Son, 305 King street west, Toronto, Can. A CARD. To all who are suffering from errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc, I will send a receijie that will cure you, FKl.E OFCHAKE. 'lhis great remedy was discovered by a missionery in South America. Send self-addressed envelope to Rev. Joseph T. In max. Station D, Kw York. Regeneration f o enfeebled system guttering from a gen I MtEBRATH 1 eral want of tone, and its usual concoimt ants, dyspepsia and nervouHness. is seldom derivable from the use of a nourishing diet aud stimuli of appe tite, unaided. A medicine that will ef fect a removal of the (specific obstacle to re newed health and vigor, that is a genu ine corrective, is the real need. It is the possession of th a grand requirement which makes Hos tet ter's Stomach Bitters so effective as an in vorant. For sale by Druggists and Dealers generally. The Strongest and Best! THOMAS TRICE, Analytic Chemist, jironounces the GIANT BAKING POWDER nearly one-third stronger than any sold on the Pacific Coast San Francihoo, September 24, 18S3. H. E. BOTHIN, President Bothin MTg Co.: Dear Sir: After careful and complete chemical analysis of a can of Giant Baking Powder, purchased by us in open market, we find that it does not con tain alum, acid j hosphate, terra slha, or any injuri ous substances, but is a pure, healtliful Cream Tar tar Baking Powder, and as such can recommend it to consumers. T. WKNZET.ti k CO., We concur Analytic Chemists, It. BEVERLY COLE, M. !., J. L. MEAKS. M. I , Health Officer. ALFRED W. PERRY, M.D.,") Members of Ban W. A. DOTJGLA84, M. D.,- J-Franoiseo Board AUC ALER8, M. I., J of Health. Mannfaeturcd by the 0 BOTHIN M'F'G COMPANY, 17 and 19 Main Street, San Francisco. -DtJND WILBOR'S COMPOUND OF PURE COD (LIVER ATT A "Km tN"M"17 m:1 n ' ' P To the Consumptive. Wllbor's Compotjkd of Cod Liver On, and Lime. without possessing the very nauseating flavor of the article as heretofore used, is endowed by tne Phosphate or Lime with a healing property which renders the Oil doubly efficacious. Re markable testimonials of its efficacy can be shown. Sold by A. B. Wilbor, Chemist, Bos ton, ana ail druggists. 3M- DOX'T SMOKE PLITU! BUT TRY Seal of North Carolina PLUG CUT. It is Better, Cleaner and Cheaper, 1 sav re 1 do not mean merelv to stOD the CD Tat at Hml and thi en bare them return agsln, I mesa a radi cal core. 1 bare made the disease of FITS, EPILEFSX or FALLING SICKNESS a lKe-lons etndy. I etnfly. I warrant m Because others bavi brinsaetire. Sends remedy to care the wont eases- Becao failed Is no reason for not now reeeWnfr a cure. tmoe for a treatise and a Free Bottle of rny Infallibly temedy. 6t Express and Post Office. It casta yoa BotUng for a trial, and I win care ym. address Dr. H. Q. BOOT. l Peart St., Sew York 30 DAYS' TRIAL DR. IdyeSI (AFTKK.) T7LBCTRO-VOLTAIC BELT and other Electric 111 Appliances are sent on SO Days' Trial TO UN ONLY, XOTJSa OR OLD, -who are suffer ing from Nervocs Debiijty, Lost VrrALrrr, Wasting Wrakesses. and all those diseases ot a rcEseKAL Nature, resulting from Abcses end Other i Causes. Bpeedy relief and complete restoration to Health, Vkjob end Manhood CtrASASTeerj. Bend at once for Illuatrited Pamphlet free. Address Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall. MicL RUPTURE Absolutely eared la 80 to 90 days, by Dr. Pierce Patent ieoo jubsuo 'A-roaa. Warranted th onlv E lvtTWTVr3 m la the world. EutinlT differentfrun all others. Perfect Betainer, and is worn with ease and comfort night and day. Cured the renowned Dr. J. Simms of New York. and hundreds of others. New Diustrsted pan? ssjw phl free, containing ru!l tnmrmation, MAGNETIC ELASTIC TRUSS COMPANY. , 704 Saerameate St cor. Kearny, 8aa JrraaoiBoo, Cal I jv i ORE-HI when 1 TO HI? U TORPID BOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER,: and MALAiiiA. , From these sources arise three-fourths of de diseases of tne human race, -xneso evmptomsmcucace weir eiiouuuw -" Appetite, Bowel coetlwe, Sick Dead acne, fullness tstter eatJng, aversion to exertion of body or mind, Eructation of food, Irritability of temper, Iow piriU, A feeling of some dutr; Izloe,Flntterlnr fct the Heart, Dots before the eyee, highly col oredbrtoe, CONSTIPATION, and do mand the usa of a remedy that acts di re y nnihe Liver. AsaLivermedicineT.CTT'S PILaveiwequaL Their action on the Kidneys and Skin ia also prompt ; removing ii imnnrities thronerh these fcrep caT- Woll&li cause no nausea or griping nor interfere with daily work andaro apcrfect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA, A-whTr 85c. Oiiioo.44 Morry SU.K .Y. TUTTS HAIR DYE. .TZ rr. w wwibkees changrea ln Btantly to a Glossy BucK br a stogie a plication of tMs DTE. Sold by Druggists, 1 Or sent by express on receipt ti TIITT'8 M IK UAL OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FEEL We have spent over S1OO.OOO.0O in defendinsr our ritf ht to the Durham Bull as our trade-mark. Undoubtedly he is to-day the most valuable Bull lu the world. Now it stands to reason that we couldn't afford to protect him thoroughly ii KLACKWELlS BULL. WDttHAifl To baoco, of which he is the representative, wasp t the BEST Smoking Tobacco ever made. The sales of Blackwell's BnlJ Durham Smoking Tobacco far exceed those of any other brand in the world, simply because it has been, is, and will 13, the best that can lie made. All dealers have it. Look for trada-mark of the Bull on every package rmaTWItmfgMiiiiiitiiiitiTTiTn CAUTioar. Swift's Specific is entirely a vegetable preparation. and should not be confounded witn tne various substi tutes, imitations, non-secret humbuei. "Mucous Alter ing, etc., etc. , which, are now being manafactured by various persons. None of these contain a single article which enters into the composition of S. 8. 8. There is only one Swift's Specific and there is nothing in the world like it. to prevent disaster ana disappointment. be sure to get tne genuine. Swift's Specific is a complete antidote to Blood Taint, Blood Poisoa. Mai anal t'oison, ana asm liumor. - J. dickson smith, m. jj Atlanta, ua. I have had remarkable success with Swift's Specific in the treatment of Blood and Skin Diseases, and in Fe male Diseases. I took it myself for Carbuncles with happy effect. J. O. U. Hjsert, M. v., Atlanta, Ga. I used Swift's Specific on my little daughter, who was afflicted with some Blood Poison which had resisted all sorts of treatment. The Specific relieved her perma nently, and i snau use it in my practice. W. E. Bronte, M. D.. Cypress Ridgt, Ark. Our treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free to applieants. 8WTFT SPECIFIC CO., Drawer 3, AUanU, Oa. Hew York Office, 1S3 W est 23a Kt. SKIN CURE. " CATARRH CURE, COUGH CURE. BLOOD CURE. frOn SALE BY ALL. DRUGGISTS. Reiinston & Co.. General Agents., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Redington, Woodard & Co., Portland, Or. BEST PAIN KILLER AXD Healing' Remedy IN THJE- WORLD. i minium- LIFE LOANS AT 4 PER CENT. s-rineipai neea never oe naia mVpi a long ao Interest lakeptnp. ' No security required except for interest, and then onlv oersonat. These loans are forpoor or men of moderate means, in amount of $100. f&OO FOR LIFE. Send fourcents for particulars. W. JUaberta, Miuagcr. l i5 W. 6ia St. Claciaaatl, O. A fl I A H H A M An oil fish of rich delicious OR CANDLE FISH ported 3ardinea. Ask for them. DEATH! GREAT SOAP WONDER Manufactured by Allisow Bros., Middletown, fJostN., No boiling is required, and but little rubbing. Cleanses the clothes thoroughly. Give this Soap a trial - For sale bj all Grocers. Pacific Coast Agency, J. Y. Ror 123 California Street, Sap Francisoo. ON' DIRT DR. PIERCE'S ElectroMacrne1lc Belt is the only complete Body-battery in the world. Only one generating continuous Electro-Magnetic Current, without Adds. Cures disease like maeic. For male or female. Hundreds cured ! Pamphlet, &.C., free. MAGNETIC ELASTIC TETJSS COMPANY, 704 Sacramento Street, San FfSncisco. 4 nJv ' 1 "ilia. OCJrJ? THIS OUT! To any one who shall secure the largest number of TKABLT subscriber, to ETHB IHG-IillSIBllE IN THE MONTH 01 JUNE. Address Et. 13. McDOWELL, 713 and 714 Montaromry 8trt PIANOS. CTCimfAV KllAXICII BAC1X. O I ELI II I f A I .Gabler, Roenish Pianos; Burdett Organs, band instruments. Largest stock ef Sheet Music and Books. Bands supplied at Eastern rricea M. GRAT, 209 Post Street, San Francueo. PIANOS 5,000 New and Beeond-hand Timet ae half price. Pianos $75 and a p. Anti sell Piano Factory. 24 & 25 Ellis St. S.l PIAS OS Decker Bros., BtUr Eros., Emerson, and J and C Fisher. Musical Merchandise. Organs Mason. Hamlin ft Chase. KohlerChase,137 PostHt..B.i N. P. N. U. No. U.S. F. N. U. No. 101. 1 WK.1U OCT. HAT ThfW.tfttnttAn Tlv mail Sfttt. Circulars afXiX3 n-es. J.aUIRCa C0.,SDETBT.,M-3f PISO'S REMEDY FOR CAJAfH f j! j . - . 'ii Easy to use. A certain cure. Koi eirx'nslve. Three months' treatment in one packajje. Good for COid In the Hvart, Headache. Dizziness, Hay Fever, dtc tiny cents. Jjy au Druggists, or oy maiu No More Dyspepsia! THE 5ALIF0RNIA BEST TG 111 u III QSlu Kecominemled hy all riiyRleans. Read certificates ou back-of bottle. A SURE CURE for Indigestion, JLoas of Appetite, and the Best Liver Regulator known. ... SOLD ONLY IN GLASS. To nil or sell any but the genuine article out of our bottle is a felony, and when detected, will be persecuted to the full extent of the law. Trade supplied by , ARPAD HARASZTHY & CO., 530 Washington Strejt, San Faancisco, Cal. The Science of Life, Only $1. BY MAIL POST-PAID. RHOW THYSELF. I A Great leiicarwori en mimi. Exhausted Vitality, Nervous and Physical Debility. Premature Decline in man. Errors of Youth, and the un told miseries resulting from indiscretions or excesses. A book for every man. young ruiacue-agea anu oiu. ii cuu rint.iima fnr all acute aud ehromc diseases. each one of which is Invaluable. So found by the author, whose experience for i years is sucn as jwouauij L before fell to the lot of any physician. 300 pages, bound in beautiful French muslin, embossed covers, full gilt, guaranteed to be a finer work in every sense mechanieal, Uterary and professional than any other work sold in this country for 2.60, or the money will de refunded in every I instance. Trice only f 1 00 by mail, post-paid. Illustra tive sample ft cents. Sena now. uoiu meom awarueu the author by tha National Medical Association, to the officers of which be refers. - The 8cience of Life should be read hy -the young for Instruction, and by the afflicted for relief. It will bene- ntaiL- London incet. 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