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70SZIGH TELEG2APEIC NEWS.
Ex-Minister Sargent has returned from Paris. . A crusade against piano playing has be gun in Berlin. . Vanderbilt is worried by newspaper re porters in London. ' .... It is rumored in London that four dyna miters haye been captured. In Mexico, wreckers of railway trams are shot as eoon as captured. San Domingo has passed a bill io est ab lish free trade with the United States. The House of Lords has adjourned to the 9th of June, and the Commons to the 5th. ' Ilebert Spencer is about to leave Eng land. He will settle permanently in Men tone. The czarina, the queen of Denmark and the princess of AVales visited the Empress Augusta recently. Ex-Minister Sargent's ' return to Berlin was for the purpose cf presenting his let ters of recall to America. Russia and Tersia are fixing upon their new frontier in consequence of the ac quisition of Merv by iussaa. Dispatches of the 28th from Xew Iberia and St. Martinville, report t hings quist with no possibility of a conflict. TVin Want- Tinrtrllr ' vrStll Ins hn'iP shaved into knots and knobs, is the correct thing in canines in England at present. The weather in England is cc'd. Bread stuffs are steady and somewhat inactive. Wheat is unchanged. Corn, new 5, 3d. A Berlin dispatch says that the Bourse bill imDose3 a -nerceuta tie of duty amount- ins? to 1-10 rer 100 on ail mone. bargains. The stone of which tba Arc Iriompha in Paris is composed is iabt" 'crumbling away, being unable .to vrjthstand iim weather. In a fierce en counter recently between Kossuth and government parties near Erlane, five persons were killed and many were wounded. Buenos Ayres is suffering from an epi demic of typhoid and typus fevers, in consequence of no drainage and an inade quate supply of watvr. The annual spring review cf troops in Berlin was held recently by the Emperor, who appeared on Itor-sback. 'Ihe royal princes and princesses-were prevent,. The London press will give on June 14th, a public banquet ii General bit George Graham in commemoration of his achievements at Tammanetb and Teb. j The Duke of Marlborough has mad", an offer to the director of tite 2.ationai Gal lery of eleven of tite best pictures in the collection at Blenheim fa lace for i'.'wi.iiH). During the recent International Exposi tion at Turin, a balloon, which hud as cended from the exposition grounds, was struck by lightning after it had ascended but a short distance. Last month the Prince r Wahs vrr.-: again installed Grand blaster of iiie glish Free Masons, Lord Chm U V;.. XJil UK. Senior Warden, and the L tx in 1 ft London Junior Warden. News has preached Cairo thjtt black false prophet has api r di .. ri Darfourand defeated El IvJ ihu - tux is The new Mahdi states that 3 1V i one of his former dervishes. Grand Duke Louis of lies l lu i i " persists in his demand for 1 - t tion from Madame Da Kai imi latter has referred her cla.i i- T Hessian minister from Darm-t It Queen Victoria is negotialir , t purchase of the Villa Nevada, at C." in which Prince Leopold breath x , Her intention is to convert k k ri vent and chapel in memory oi t' e i It is reported that the Nne rapidly and General Gordon's am u will Aie able to drive the rebv'- r banks above and below Khrut i 5 :ra ti L t r tne i - "t l f oa i or i5 i I 1 open communication wii.ii 15 i Cairo. A man who was identified jU hc ' ventures with the American " t' a-x said to a reporter not long riinv to-day's Derby makes or br l-i t t n If Richmond is defeat eel h w i 1 e fortune." Lord Tennyson has been ' t dent of the society ot auti -chiefly for the purpose of ell l l ternational copyright law be A X A : .... -R ! rt i - . 1 11 lanu aiiu Auurrivut j,ti.i.. j.xi vice president of the associati The Earl of Eastern abo'. i a divorce on the groun i tu..u is guilty of adultery, li' .-co.. say that no evidence can i against her; that the eari wf, , to.enable him to marry i-.n e ing the taxes on the bou financial operations is epren i proportions.. Protests Ii-hi r , Germany are received by i onil ttiA Toiplistaf. A r-.-sV'V 1 objecting to the propose ! r-i-- i .. taxation, was passed. ' Vineyards have been d esl . thaginia, ravaged by hut i . i many families are ruined. J i il of Orihuela houses wjbre inn i. 1 village of Molino is subinei . a pie are compelled to take tu of houses and in boats. 1 1 It is reported that learned uiroueh liuUi a ir r . -t . Bank of England, that the d it t ) unanimous in their c-omh 1 p x ' Hugh Childers' bill for the com r c consols, the majority of 1 u -urge the withdrawal ci the oki. The Catholic bishop cf the ' 0 1 r, ; arrived at Cairo from the t 1 tl., 1 it seven Catholic priests and foui -1 ( i, c 1 mercy murdered at El Obeid, lie aSort ports that three priests -weie exp- -e ' . naked to the sun for four days and died from the effects of their exposures, s Negotiations are pcndinc between France and the Vatican for the uomma tion of a French cardinal at the next con sistory. The Vatican is disposed to accede to the wishes of France, on the condition that the French government restore grants to the church suppressed last year. In the Winnepeg legislature recently the leader of the opposition s?ave notice of a motion rejecting the federal reply to the province's demands. Premier Norquay withdrew his notice of amotion for a com mittee to consider a reply. He said the government would soon know what to do. At a meeting of the Irish national land league at London recently, Timothy Har rington, secretary of the league, mention ed the fact that two or three years ago from 1,000 to 2,000 was received weekly from America; but the league was now obliged to depend almost exclusively on funds contributed in Ireiand. In the suit brought by the Wadsworth, England, Board of Works against the Postmaster General, to enjoin the erec tion of telegraph wires on poles, the Postmaster General objected that the ex pense of an underground wire would be 4,000, as against 400 overhead. If ten or fifteen wires were required for the cir cuit, however, it would be cheaper to lay them underground. Information from London gives the probability of fraud in the races recently Gatiens, who ran a dead heat for the Derby with Harvester, is a builder at Epsom and an intimate friend of the famous jockey, Fred Archer, who rode St. Madera. The popular belief is that Har vester was never ill, but that it was a trick to obtain odds. The Midgets, General Mife and Millie Edwards, were recently married in the register's office at Manchester. Both were carried up stairs enveloped in shawls and placed on a low office table. They were perfectly self-possessed, and answer ed the questions and repeated the declara tions, but in a thin, piping voice. A re ligious ceremony was performed accord ing lo the Presbyterian rite. 1 DOMESTIC TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. The Utah bill was before the Senate last week. . The Brazos river is doimg great damage along the banks of Texas. Among the graduates of the Conserva tory of Music of New Yoik city is Miss Hickey of California. , - The statement of the assignee of Haw ley & Co., Boston, shows the indebtedness to be 3-12,00U; assets, PLOW. A I director of the New York Central says there is no reason why the dividends should net be equal to o per cent. A dispatch from Moberly, Mo., says 500 laborers and vara men on tne vv abasn road struck until back wages are paid. A 'meeting was held last week at the Wabash Railway office, in St. Louis, at which the formal transfer of the road was made to the receiver. It i3 reported that the editor of Tiempo public-ally declines a duel with the editor of the National.- He cronoses to settle the felihiculty in court. Andrew ..I Iruoj-i. missinsr president of the i Hot Snrinss. Arkansas, bank, which mi lad Inst week, was arrested in St. Louis on an Iron Mountain train. The ncdestrian Eowell has fully recov ere-l from the walking match difficulties, and; has left New York for Europe. He win! return to meet 1 ltzgerald. The Chamber of Deputies of Mexico recesntly passed a constitutional amend ment ' detinitely abolish in2 the interior custom houses on the 1st of December, The Mayor of New York has accented the Resignation of City Chamberlain lap- pani ana appointed rienry u. iaiaiaw, asett of the Bank of California, in his steoid. ' The board of directors of the Northern Pacific Railroad Company authorized the letting of the work ot construction for the second section of twenty-five miles east from Taeoma. Tie assessor lias estimated the value of real; estate in Brooklyn, N. Y., at $291, UOU.tlH), an increase of SlUl.uuu.wu over last! year.. The bridge has been opened just one year. On the 2Slh inst. the House Committee on elections, by a vote of nine to one decided to report in favor of seating J. II Chalmers, in the contested election case in Mississippi. Alter r I'd e shooting affray occurred last we;;k a t. Lake . City, Arkansas, in which Dr. LI. W. Powell was killed and William Sin-lion k-tally wounded. Au old family I existed between tnem. Tlpe 'ocdy of Nellie D. Coolcy, a wealthy hetr;wss oi V Ukesoarre, Pa,, yio disap peared frm Iut home in December last was found in the Susquehanna river three nnl'js below anucoke last weefe. Aiterribie accident is reported from Li gonier, Pa,, ten miles south of Pittsburg n t.e iAmnsyivania Kauway. A scanoid iat Krups tunnel gave way,- killing Xilj cti (J lii -!i " .1 tcrriblv injuring several L i i l-jhur t 01 i, ll-"" h t l I c'llb 7"' i r 'i s fuit 1 r IS t t "ill c. . i be ?n - i ' b X' ""l i bj t-f i in f 1 re- j 1 1 nest pfi- in A (jot N. .. v, 1 lie ') ' f' 1 t' bank kook, murderer! live of her children, and running with tne oia?s old, (threw herself in front of a train of the Central Railroad and was killed. The child had an arm eannot recover. and leg crushed, and ' An amendment was offered in the Sen ate last week by Senator Dolph to the bill to reimburse states for expenditures made in common defense. It provides that the Secretary of the Treasury be authorized to pay to the state of Oregon $45,140, and to the state of California $405, for expendi tures incurred m suppressing the Modoc Indian hostilites. A special front Morristown, N. J., says Colonel Ired Grant sold his family team, carriages and harness a few days ago for $1,200, and dismissed his coachman and all his house help. His wife, when in formed of the failure of her husband and the necessity for economy in her domestic relations, remarked: "I have lived on army rations once and can do it again." A bill asking for a receiver for the Wa bash 'Railroad was filed in the United! States Court at Chicago last week, it be ing an auxiliary to a suit begun at St. Louis, in which Solon Humphreys and Thomas E. Tutt were appointed receivers in bonds of $500,000. The auxiliary bill is simply for the purpose of bringing that portion of the road in Blinois under the named jurisdiction. A Louisville. Kv.. special contains the intelligence of the death of Special Bailiff W. K. Killion, who was killed in Laurel county, by a party f moonshiners while trying to arrest them. Four moonshiners intrenched themselves m a house which was attacked by the officers. Eight or nine volleys were fired before the men surrendered. Kill ion was shot four times, dying almost instantly. POETLAND 2IAEKET SEPOBT. tfLOUR Fancy extra, & country, bbl, $4.75; f4.004.50; bakers' extra. superfine. 3.75. P1SISD. Etc. Corn meal, 100 ns., 82.7a 3.00: buckwheat, $5.50; oat meal, $4.00 i.zo; cracked wheat, $3.zo(gi3.50; oran, v ton S18.20: shorts. S22(25: middUngs, tine, $25.0030.00: hay. baled, S18.0020.00; cnop, $:sj.5UZ5.uu; ou cake meal, ao.w. BUTTER Fancy, fresh rolL 15., 25X3 26c; inferior, grade, 1820c; pickled, 19 SUC. ' : V:.- CHEESE California, 15 17c; Oregon large, ehoice. 19(5i20c. small, none. EGGS W doz., 20c. OATS Choice milliner, nominal: stood feed. 50. rdinarv feftd. 4S(Sl50- a Ait Juis x urewincr. 1? 100 ids., nominal : teed, nominal; ground. $24.0026.00. wiiiSAT Good to choice, V 100 la Sl.474il.50, good valley; Walla Walla an l-astern Uregon, J51.40faU.4o, ilbil Extra Pacific codfish, whole, in c, 74c, boneless, in bxs., 84c $ lb.: domestic salmon, hi bbls., $6.007.00, bbls., $11.00, 1-lD. cans, p doz., $1.4o; mackerel, No. 1, W kit, $1.752.00, No. 2, $1.501.75, No. 1, hf bbls., $10.00, No. 2, $8.50; herrings, 6atted. nt buis., . dried. 10-IB. bxs.. 7oc HIDES AND BAGS Hides, dry, over 16 lb., $ lb., 19c; Murrain hides, two-thirds off; hides, wet salted, over 55 lbs., lb., 6 c (one-tnird less for light weights, dam aged, cut grubby or dry salted); pelts, shearhng, 80c; deer skins, winter, iztaioc, eastern Urecron. 22c. summer. & O., 1820ci valley, 2528c: burlaps, 40 in., 8c, 45 in., 8Jc 60 in., 14C; twine, flour, 35 40c, wheat, doc, fleece, I2l3c; gunnies, 18c; wheat sacks, 78c: - HONEY In comb. W lb.. 22 (& 25c strained in 5 gal., 11c &.; 1-gal. tins, W doz, $l4.oulo.UU, halt-gal., $7.50. HOPS lb.. 15Y5)20c: PROVISION'S Bacon, H4124c; hams, country, w n., ldloc, butcher, scarce shoulders, 10llc. LARD Kegs, lb., 12c; Eastern, pails, 12ld4c Uregon, tins, 12I24c; Can f ornia, 10-tb. tins, none SUGARS Golden C. inbWs., lb., 8ic, in hf bbls., 8c; refined D, bbls., 7c. nf bbls., 7ic: dry trranulated. bbls., Die, hf bbls., Uic; crushed, bbls., 10c; fine crushed, bbls., 10c, hf bbls., 10c; cube, bbls. 10c. hf bbls, 10c; islands, No. 1, kgs, iwicf bgs., t27c. SYRUPS California refinery fs, gal. bbls., 40c. kgrs.. 50c. cs.. eal. tins, 60c Eastern, bbls., gal., 5055c, kgs, 6065c, s.. bUfeooc. RICE Sandwich Islands, No. 1, lb. 54c; China mixed, 4oc; China No, none: Rancroon, 5ic. GREEN FRUITS-Apples, bx., $1.50 2.uu; lemons, uaiiiornia, $4.uuo.uu, oicuy, $12.0013.00; oranges, bx., $4.004.50 limes, W 100. $1.50(al2.lXI FRUITS Prunes, Hungarian, 1., 12i 15c: raisins (new). bx.. $2.502.75, hf bxs., S2.75C&3.00, or bxs.. S3.253.35, 8th bxs., $3.253.50; currants,. Zante, lb. in bxs., 10c; citron, $ lb. in drums, 224c almonds, Marseilles, W lb., 1820c, Lane, 20c; walnuts, Chili, lll2ic, California. 1213c. DRIED FRUITS -Bleached, 14loc; apples, machine-cured, lb., 1516c, sun- cured, 910c; peaches, machine-cured, in boxes, 1314c; German, in boxes, $ lb., 10 llc; plums, sun-cured, pitless, 1516c, machine-cured, 1618c; pears, machine cured, 1012c, sun-cured, 10llc; figs, California, 25- bx., 9c: Smyrna, 202oc. WOOL Valley, 1416e; Eastern Ore gon. 14(5il5c. VEGETABLES Potatoes, bu., 50 00c, according to variety; cabbage, lb,. 24e; turnips, $ sck., $1.25: carrots, $1.25; beets, $1.2i; onions (new), lb., 143c: parsnips, 2c. BUCKWHEAT Nominal, $3.00. CORN No demand. RYE Nominal, 100 lbs., nominal 1.50(3,2.00 POULTRY--Cliickens, doz., spring, $4.00(25.50. old. $6.00: ducks. $10.00(a;12.00 geese, -?8.00 10.00; turkeys, lb., 1518c. PEAS, SEEDS, Etc. Beans, V K., pea, 1c, s. w., Sjjc, IS- w 44c bayou, 44c, pink, os, limas, ,4c; peas, field, 2434c, sweet, L520c; timothy seed, 104(,120, red clover, i(25e, white clover, 4050c, alfalfa, 16 20c, hungarian grass, 810c, millet, 810c, orchard grass, 1820c, rye grass, 202ac, red top, 1517c, blue grass, 1826c, mes quite gra-s, 1012.ise. SAN FE AN CISCO KABKETS. RECEIPTS Wheat, 11,000 ctls.: flcur, 18.500 qr. sks.:oats, 1,100 ctls.; potatoes, 1, OtOsks.: eggs, 12,500 doz. FLOUR San Francisco extra, best, at 5.25(-5.40; medium, $4.254.75; shipping superfine, 3.454.50. WHEAT There is no market, and it is not probable that there will be much of a stir in business until after the new harvest begins to come forward. Shippers are not in want of grain, and it is next to useless to submit samples. Prices are nominal at 1.4,V1.47 ctl for No. 1 export grades. Milling grades are said to be changing hands from $1.501.55, though extra choice parcels command fancy fig ures. Buyer LSS4 200 tons, $1,534. Seller 1884 100 tons, $1.40$, 100, $1.40 ill. CiositiS prices were: . -Xo. 1 white Bid. Bayer season.'. $1 49 Asked. $1 51 1 55 Purer 1SS4 I Seller 1S84....- 1 51 40 1 403 BAGS AND BAGGING There appears to be a good demand for wheat bags. We quote Calcutta, 22x20, standard quality, t 74 1 Sc for spot or June delivery. Wool c?.gs are nominal at ow&ay 339c; potato gun- rness i 4 ?, 1-1 Ac apiece : BARLEY The market does not look lo be in good shape for sellers. Feed that will pass inspection as No. 1 grade cannot be placed lor over euc, though millers oc easionally give 824c t? ctl for small choice lou.'. Ti e season is too near its close for any heavy buying operations, especially a ath 3 now crop promises an abundant .-;. :. No, 1 feed changed hands as fol lows last week: Buyer season 200 tons, 81c; 200, Sljc. Seller season 100 tnsr7yc. Buver 1884400 tons. 89c ctl. CATS The market is inactive, especial- ;y for small jobbing lots, which, however, a .: not quick 01 movement. We quote: Surprise and milling, $1.70 'AO. 1, $i.DO(gfl.t fliO. z, $1.35 1.4. .: Diacic, si.jowi.ou p cu. CORN California yellow is quotable at ;1.001.G5 for large, and $1.65 for small; white, jjl.:.t(jl.bo; iNebraska white, $1.45 1.5rl ctl. SEEDS Brown mustard, $3.00 3.50; ...,n. C'.i jm nrt. csti.. 1 y-iijY, y. uv,ii.uu, uiuu;, u'si"4, ucmp, im.Sic; rape, 2t3c; timothy, og6c, al falfa, 7418c V lb.: flax, $2.602.75 ctl, B KAN The spot market is quotable at $1650(17.00 per ton. ' MIDDLINGS Active at S18.0020.00 ton. HAY Alfalfa, $6.008.00; wheat, $10.50 13.00; oat,$lu.oUl2.uu; barley, $8.00 iu.uu: mixed, $ .uu(a,y.w r ton. STRAW Quotable at 4555c bale. Bu CKWHEAT Quotable at $3.253.t0 pctl TALLOW Good to choice rendered, 7 &74c; refined, 8i(g8c lb. HOPS Quotable at 1016c, $ lb for poor a. - Jf -S 1 nsrcm - i to iueuium.ana iozzjc ior good te choice. APPL.JKS ureeon. & bx.. m. HIDES Dry. v lb., usual selection. 19 20c; dry kip, 1920c; dry calf, 1922c; saueu sicers, 00 10s, iuhc. LARD Eastern refined, 3 to 10-lb. tins. lzjiac. umer provisions uncnaneed. SALMON Oregon, 1-15 cans, V doz., t. O. D., $1.2U, $i.)J. EGGS doz.. 2223c MIIJLSTUFFS Ground barley. $24.00 2o.00 v ton; on cake meal, old process, $30.00, new process, $28.50; rye ilour. $6.00 p bbl.; rye meal, ?o.ou; ouck-wheat Hour, V? lbM 6c; pearl barley, 4bc; graham nour, 3c; oat meal, 5$c; Eastern oat meal, bbL, $9.75, net cash; cracked wheat, 15.. 4c. WOOL Mendocino. 12c, 15c. lb.: Humboldt, 12c, 17c; San Joaquin, 8c, 10c; coast, c, 11c: lie a uiun ana uoiusa. etc. DRIED PEAS Green, $3.25; niles, $2.00a2.25; blackeye, $3.00 cti BEESWAX Quotable at 2730c, 15. CHEESE California, 012c CORN MEAL Millers quote feed at $34 35 ton: fine kinds, for the table, in large or small packages, 3c lb. Mr. I. Carpenter, 463 Fourth avenue. New York, after runnincr a gauntlet of eight years' rheumatism, used St. Jacobs Gil, the great pain reuever, dv which he was entirely cured and has had no return of his complaint. nrFJJLMJIATOEY EHEUMATISM. AN ASTONISHING CTTEE. ThA fnllnwinc rase rives another re markable proof of the really wonder-working potency of Compound Oxygen. The patient herseii coma naraiy nave uccu more surprised man we were a uie icoun, which attended its use; for when we ex amined her case and understood clearly her condition we did not believe tnat we could do anything for her, and frankly told her so. ''" "Philadelphia, June lotn, in. "Prs. Staukey & Pales. Dear Sirs: In April, 1881, 1 consulted you in reference to your Treatment in Inflammatory Rheu matism. Eighteen years ago I discovered rheumatism in the ends of my fingers; from that it gradually spread all over my body, settling in my feet in 1870; and from that time to January, 1880, 1 grew worse and wnrsPL suffering nearly all the time in tense shoot ing pains, prostrating me often for days, when the trouble settled in my left arm. . uMy arm lost all vitality, becoming as cold as if encased in ice and hanging at my side a heavy weight. The muscles fell away to Vie bone, and my shoulder wasted till it became necessary to pad my dresses to wear them. In addition to this trouble mv stomach was in a terrible condition, having refused all kinds of food for months, and I was starving on a low diet under the advice of one of Philadelphia's first nhvsicians. After a careful examin ation of my case, your Dr. Starkey said to me, ' dortt think I can do anything for you.' I had heard and read of the Oxygen so long that I was anxious to try it if only to get a little relief; so on April otn, 1001, I began the Office Treatment, coming every day for awhile and then three times a week. The first niaht after inhaling the Compound Oxygen 1 had the first night's rest in months. This greatly relieved and encouraered me. After usintr the Treat ment a month I noticed a slightly changed feeling in my arm, but could not move an vartofit. Dunne the second month could notice a decided improvement in my stomach and a little motion of the fingers. I then had the misfortune to fall down a flieht of stairs, which threw me away back and injured my arm seriously. I resumed the Treatment as soon as I was able to come to the office, and by August, not withstanding the fall. I found, by the use of the other arm, I could move ihe lame one about an. inch from the bodv and could raise the shoulder slightly. In November I could lift my arm a little and the spots were not so painful. All this time my stomach was, improving and my lung trouble less troublesome. By Christmas I could eat almost everything placed before me; I had little or no nausea, and seldom vomited. My arm began to fill out and the rheumatism, instead of being a per manent pain, was now scattering and only visited me occasionally and I realized that I was much less a barometer, J felt like a new being. In February, 1882, 1 was usina mv arm at liaht work and was able to comb my "hair, a thing I had not done in a long time, coidd button my dresses to the top and found it necessary to take out the padding. In April, one year from ihe time I began, my lungs had improved wonderfully, my stomach was .well, and my rheumatism btck into my fingers where it started in 1804, eighteen yeais ago Mrs. Margap.etta E. Bair, 1S4S Filbert Street, Philadelphia." "P. S. August 1st, 1882. Since the fore going was written, the lat vestages of rheumatism which remained in mv lingers have departed. M. L. B. Our "Treatise on Comvound Oxvaen. 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 " DRS. STARKEY & PA LEN. 1109 and 1111 Girard street. Philadelphia, All orders for the Compound Oxygen Home Treatment directed to li. Ma thews, 600 Montgomery street, San Fran cisco, will be filled on the same terms as if sent directly to us in Philadelphia. Can pulling a baboon out of a hollow log be called a monkey-wrench? IMPOSSIBLE ESCAPE. Absolute Proof with Collateral Proof From Which There Can Be Xo Appeal. For the past three years we have had a standing offer of $5,000 for any statement of cure published by us which was not, so far as we know, bona fide. We did this in order that all readers might know the absolute truth of all our assertions and that they were based upon the value of our remedy and not upon idle words. Be low we give a few extracts from recent letters, which speak for themselves. We will only add that we could furnish one hundred thousajid more of a similar na ture did occasion require, but we believe the entire American public is now con vinced of the positive value of Warner's Safe Cure. H. II. Warner & Co, Rochester N. T. "Warner's Safe Cure does all claimed "for it. Maj. James Sixgley. Petaluma, Cal. "I was cured of kidney disease and 'bleeding piles by 11 bottles of Warner's toarecure. B. II. Howard. Auburn, Me. "I was a physical wreck by kidney dis order, but Warner's Safe Cure has com 'pletely cured me." G. C. Laxixg. Columbus, O. "I was a sight to behold from kidney 'dropsy, but was restored to perfect health "by Warner's Safe Cure." Troy. N. Y. James Allen. "My physicians said I would never get "out of bed again. I took Warner's Safe "Cure and felt like another being." F. CCYLER HUTCHINS; Beverly, N. J. "I had 22 quarts of water taken from "me caused by dropsy. Ten bottles of "Warner's Safe Cure entirely restored "me." Geo. B. Peasley. Manchester, N. II. "A neighbor of" mine, W. A. Thompson, "has been raised from the dead by the use "of your Warner's Safe Cure." John Norton, P. M. Summit City, Pa. Feb. 8th. "Physicians said I never could be cured "of calculus and stranguary, but four bot "tles of Warner's Safe Cure entirely re- San Francisco, Cal: "I was wholly prostrated by a complica tion of diseases, and as a iast resort pur- "of the old troubles have disappeared and "I am very grateful. W. E. Benedict, Press and Knickerbocker. Albany, N. Y. ' 1 suffered for over twenty years with a lame DacK caused bv kidnev complaint. "and my spine and nervous system were "badly affected. When 1 had abandoned all hope I began the use of Warner's "Safe Cure, and have not felt so well and strong for twenty years. Fon du Lac, Wis. J. J. Wright. "For two years I suffered intensely and "was made miserable through diseased "kidneys end bladder, with nervous ex haustion and entire prostration. Doctors "and medicine did not afford me any re "lief, and I was advised to use Warner's "Safe Cure, which I did in connection "with the Safe Pills, and am thankful to "state I am entirely cured of the dreadful "malady." Mrs. Dormer, 5 . 448 South Tenth Street. Denver, Col, Feb. IVth. "I want to state how much my husband "Safe Cure. All swelling has disappeared "better and his voice is so improved that tear, ne preaches every baboath. w e are very thankful. The people all around here are takincr th mmoiiT are getting well by the use of a few bot- riPS- Afllltfl-lsYAO mMk -.n4. M.iMvbuuvo uiuiG xuusb uavc It Mrs. Rev. F. A. Socle. Sing Sing, X. Y., Feb. 20th. For a SCOrft nf vpnra T BufFomA -art fh ''what the doctors pronounced dilation ".nJ J? . . . !now1I am led to believe that the heart trouble was only secondary and a symp tom of other complaints. Frequently I auu vuiviuar disease ot r,n npnrr nnc rao uueaieueu wim ueatii Dy sun oca -tion, my breath failing me entirely. I be came cold and ; numb, and w . Tuar death as any living person ever has been. "This was three years ago, and I have ever oiuc cujuyeu complete neaim wnony through the use of Warner's Safe Cure. ' A. BlLUERBECK, Chicago, March 1st. 28 13th street. RESCUED FROM DEATH. William J. Coughlin, of Somerville, Mass.; says: In the fall of 1876 I was taken with bleeping of luxgs. f ollowed by a severe cough. I lost ray appetite and flesh, and was confined to my bed. In 1877 1 was admitted to the Hospital. The doctors said I had a hole in my lung as big as a half dollar. At one time a report went around that I was dead. I gave up hope, but a friend told me of DR. WILLIAM HALL'S BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS. I got a bottle, when to my surprise, I commenced to get well, and to-day I feel better than for three years past. - "Rough on Coughs." 15c.. 25c.. 50c.. at Druggists. Complete cure Coughs, Hoarse ness, toore Throat. Allen 8 Brain Food botanical extract strengthens the Brain," and positively cures nervous uebiiity, .Nervousness, rieadacne, unnatural losses, and all weak nesses ot uenerative bystem; it never fails. 1 pkg., 6 for $5. At druggists or oy man irom j. 11. Allen, aio Jbirst Ave.. inew lurii wij. xveumgiun, vvooaaraoc XT V 1- nil T 1 . Ttr . i e. t0,, Portland, Uregon. "Mottter Swan's Wnn Rvrttp" fnr feverishness, restlessness, worms, consti pation, tasteless. 25 cents. DRSFRVrvtt rtv Pnvpmirvrv . Thoro ta no article which so riehlv -deserves the entire confidence of the community as urown s .Bronchial Troches. Those suf fering from Asthmatic and Bronchial Diseases, Coughs and Colds, should try mem. irrice zo cents. Avoid Pills Being largely composed of mercury tney eventually rum the stom ach. but Allen's Rilinns Fhvuir n veo-eta ble mixture, acts quickly, and effectually cures. 25 Cents. At all Druggists. Red ington, Woodard & Co., Portland, Oregon. Skinny Men. "Wells' Health Renewer" restores health and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, impotence. A oluor of Star tbhaeen weicrhs RiTtee-n ounces. Nearly all other brands are a C 1 , tuurieen-ounce swindle. CATARRH A New Treatment wherebv a permanent cure is effected in from one to inree applications. Particulars and trea tise free on receipt of stamp. A. H. Dixon & Son, 30o King street west, Toronto, Can A C AKI. -To all who are suffering from error? ana indiscretions ot youtn, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will send a receijw that will cure yon, FRKE OP CHARE. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary in South America, ena seii-aauressea envelope to Rry. Jos Em T. Is man. hiauon i, xorK. SARSAPARILLA YELLOW DOCK IODIDE OF POTASS. The Best Blood Purifier and Tonic Alterative in use. It puickly cures all diseases originating from a disordered state of the blood or liver. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Boils, Blotches, Pim pies. Scrofula, Gout, Dropsy, Tumors, Salt Rheum and Mercurial Pains readily yield to its purifying properties. It leaves the blood pure, the liver and kidneys healthy, the com plexion bright and clear. For sale by all drug gists. J.R.ATE8 & CO., - - Proprietors, SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Fortify the system. All who have experi enced and witnessed tne effect of Hostel ler g Stomach Bitters upon the weak, brok en down, desponding victims of dyspepsia, liver complaint, fever and ague rheuma- tism. nervous ripViii;. ty, or premature de- cay, Know that in j this supreme tonic 1 , . , - . . y jj anu alterative mere f exists a sjiecifio priu- tr rinia whiten rpala the very source of the trouble, and effects an absolute and per manent cure. For sale by all Urugguu and Dealers gener ally. - Tea the Children to cut out and eave tha comic silhouette pictures ta they appear from issue to teeua. They will be pleased with the collection. This epaco is owned by Or course -ire xneaa fho famcna sr!mal arrearing on the label of every genuine packigo cf Block xrcll'a Bull Durham Sniokins Tohccco. Every dealer keeps this, thabes: Emoklnsr Tobacco nacde. 2qdo genuine without trade-mar 1c cf the BulL mum DR. PIERCE'S Electro. Mmffnetle Belt is the only complete Body-bat tery im the world. Only one generating continuous Electko-M ag natic CvRREvr.rltliost Acids. Cures disease like ma etc. For male or female. Hundreds cured I Pamphlet, &c, free., ' MAGNETIC ELASTIC TSUSSOK?AHY, 704 Sacramento Street, SahTrancisco. II KU88ATE0 TO !"? t "V. 'S u u fe TORPID COVELS, DISORDERED LIVER and MALARIA. From these sources arise three-fourths oi the diseases of the human race. Tness eymptoms indicate tneirexisten.ee : jjom b AppeUt, Bowels costive, Sick Head mcbe. follnesa after eatJne, vcraton to exertion of body or mind, Eructation of food. Irritability of temper, Low spirits, A. feeling of having neglected some duty"; Iizziness,Flatterinft at tne Heart, ots before the eyes,nlgnl7Col ored IJrlne, COKSTIPATIOM, and de mand the use of a remedy that acts directly on the Liveri AsaLiver medicine T.CTT'S PIXJLS have no equaL Their action on the Kidneys and Skin is also prompt ; removing all impurities through these three scav engers of tne system," producing tfppe tite: sound digestion, regular stools, acleai 8kin and a vigorous bod y. OTX TSPILLS cause no nausea or gfriping noi interfere with daily work and are a perfect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. Bold everywhere, 25. Ofiioe.44 Murray St,,N.Y. TIITTS llfllH DVI stantly to a Glossy Black by a single ap. pUcation of this Dye. Sold by Druggists, or sent by express on receipt of $l Office, 44 Murray Street, New York. TQn'S MAK'JAl OF USEFUL RECEIPTS FEEL 4 h iA SKIN CURE. CATARRH CURE,1 r COUGH CURE. BLOOD CURE, tCft SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Mington & Co.. General Aleuts., SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. Eedingtoa, "Woodard & Co., Portland, Or. whbor's compound of PURE COD LIVER ATT A "Km T TUTT? To the Consumptive. Wilbor's Compound of Cod Liver Oil and Lime. without possessing the very nauseating flavor or the article as Heretofore used, is enuowea by the Phosphate of Lime with a healing property which renders the Oil doubly efficacious. lie markable testimonials of its efficacy can be shown. Sold by A. B. VVilbor, Chemist, Bos ton, and all druggists. The experience in the treatment of Cancer with Swift's Specific (8.S.S.) would seem l? warrant us in savin? that it will cure this much are .ti scoiu-gc Persons so afflicted are invited to correspond with us. I believe Svvif t's Specific has sa . -?d my lite. I had vir tually lost use of the upper part of my body aud lay arms from the potconous elf ects of a large cancer on my neck, and from which I had suffered for twenty years, 8. S. S. has relieved me of all soreness, and the poison is being forced out of my system. will soon be -we'd. -. W. R. Koeison, Davi3boro, Ga. Two months ago my attention was callod to the casr of a woman ahlictcd with a cancer on her shoulder at least rive iuches iu circumference, angry, painful, am; giving the patient no rest day or night I r six months I obtained a supply of Swift's Specific for her. She has taken 5 bottles and the ulcer is entirely healed no, only a very small scab remaining, and her health is bet:er than for 5 yeara past; seems to be perfectly cured. Kev. Jesse H. Campbell, Columbus, Ga. I have setn remarkable results from use of Swift's Specific on a caucer. A young man here has b -tj aSlicted five years with the most angry-looking eating cancer I ever saw, and was nearly dead. The first bot tle made a wonderful change, and after Cre bottles wrrt taken, he is ni?arly or quit well. It s tmiy wonderful M. F. Crumley, M. ix.rOjdetlmrpc, Ga. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed f- Tnw Swift Specifio Co., Drawer 3 Atlanta, Ga JT. V. Oflice 159 W. 2jd St., bet. 6th and 7th Avenues. i. ii. u -i ti.fi Sxclianj:?).- . H BEST - I PAIN KILLER 1 AND Healing: Remedy . IN THE WORLD. 1 u 1 !?l-,f.v K ft :. THE BE.5T DESICCATED COCOAKUT lx thb World Ask your Grocer for It, COCO fJSBaPTIOH s Bui thmtflArula m km MAKa. 1 .. myl ftiB getbor with aTlLHABLB TKEATI8Bou th moj suuwer uire KxproM and P. o. adtlrws. ' luiriBsgg this fllrmsse.BC: r. ve Express and P. O. ailrws. PR. I. A. tiUKVX. m fearl&k. ftTorh. AV i ! J Absolutely ctrrtd In SO to ;VS days, by 'Dr. Pleree Pater. Slasmetia laatio Truaa. Warranted the only EleotrfasTrnsa in the world. Entire diffetwntf im all other. Perfect Betalner. and if worn with eaae and comfort 11 icht and day. Cured and hundred of other. 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Errors of Youth, and the un told miseries resulting from indiscretions or excesses. A book for every man, young middle-aged and old. It coo- , tains 125 prescriptions for all acute and ehronic diseases, each one of which is invaluable. So found by the author, whose experience for 3 year is such as probably l ever before fell to the lot of any physician. 300 pages, bound ia beautiful French muslin, embossed covers, full jnlt, guaranteed to be a finer work in every sense mechan leal, literary and professional than any other work sold in this country for-?2.50, or the money will de refunded in every instance. Price on'y 1 00 by mail, post-paid. Illustra tive sample 6 cents. Hend now. Gold medal awarded the author by the National Medical Association, to the oCicert of which he refers. , - The Science of life ahou'd be read by the young for Instruction, and ty the afflicted for relief. It will bene-EtalL- London Lancet. , There is no memler of society to whom the Science or Life wili not be usofuL whether youth, parent, guardian. Instructor or olergyman. Tribune. Address the Peabody, Medical Institute, or Dr. W. H. Pai-ker, No. 4 Bullfinch street, Boston, Ms-, who may be doueulted on all diseases requiring skill and eiperi eace. Chroni and obstinate diseases u rr A 1 ttut have bulbed the skill of all other physi- &laans a specialty. Such treated success- TUVSPL F fulfy without an instance of f ailure. s- N, B. Bend money by Registered Letter or P. O. Or der Books can be sent to any address on the Pacific Coast as safely &3 at home. Concealed la substantial wrappers bearing only the applicant's address. FIT I irfeon X flavThira I An nut. mAfttl uiarelvto btOD liieUl ti time and then have them return again. I mcaii a radi cal core. I bave tnae the disease of FiTa, EPILEPa or FALLING SICKNESS a life-long study. 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