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WASHING SYMPTOMS. .
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Don't neglect these. If you have aymp
toms of Consumption, Catwrh, Bronchi
tis, Neuralgia, or the indication of any
other diaeaee which may keep it hold up
on you until it become chronic, do not
nrW.t tha warnine indications. Meet the
enemy upon' the very threshold, and while
your vitality is yet unimpaired. If your
regular physician fails to reach the case,
then we advise youfto try the new Vitaliz
ing Treatment of Drs. Starkey & Pale,
1109 Girard street, Philadelphia. It will be
found an almost certain means of restora
tionthe war back to health an agent
that may save you from a life of invalid
ism or from vremature death. In eayinar
this, we are not sneaking lightly, nor from,
mere professional interest, nor from theory
r treneral assumptions. In proof, you are
offered an array of facts and results so
Urcrft. tin well authenticated, and so tosi
tive, that no one in the habit of welt hing
evidence can doubt them. If you write to
Drs. Starkey & i'alen. they will send you
such documents and reports of cases as
will enable you to decide for yourself
whether this treatment will benent yen,
All orders for the Compound Oxygen
Home Treatment directed to H. 13. Math'
ewa. 600 Montcomerv Street. San Fran
clsco,. will be filled on the eame terms as if
sent directly to us in jrniiadeipnia.
The raisin in a boarding-house pudding
is an oasis in the dessert.
As the coining of a great storm
alded by the display of the cautionary sig
nals, so is the approach of that dread and
fatal disease, consumption ot the Jiangs,
usually announced in advano by pimples.
blotches, eruptions, ulcers, glandular
swellings, and kindred outvcara manifes
tations of the internal blood poison, which.
if not promptly expelled from the system.
attacks the delicate tissues of the lungs,
causing them to ulcerate and break dewn.
Dr. Pierce s "Golden Medical Diseeverv
is the great remedy for this, as for all dis
eases having their origin in bad blood.v It
improves the appetite and digestion, in
creases nutrition and builds up the wasted
system. " . ' -... -.v t
Highest approbation applause from the
gallery. -'. - : -:
PILES! PILES! PILES!
A SURE CURE FOUND AT XAST
170 ONE NEED SUTTEE.
A lure cure for Blind, Bleeding, Itching and Ulcer
ated File hM been discovered bv Dr. William (an In
dian Remedy) called Or. William1! Indian File Oint
ment. A single box has cured the worst chronlt eases
of 35 or 30 years standing. Ho one need suffer fire min
utes after aDDlrina this wonderful seothlnc medielna
Lotions, Instruments and eieotuaries do more harm than
ood. William a Indian rile Ointment absorbs the tu
mors, allays the intense itohlng (particularly at night
after getting warm in bed), acts aa a poultice, givsa in
stant relief, and is prepared only for Piles, itching of
tna private pane, ana lor Doming etse. -
Read what trie Hen. J. M. Comnbwy, of Cleveland,
sars about Dr. William's Indian Pile Ointment: "I hare
used scores of File Cures, and it affords me pleasure to
say that I hare never found anything whtoh rave sneh
immediate and permanent relief as Dr. William's In
dian Ointment. For sale by all dnwzlsts and mailed
on receipt of prloo, $1. O. F. Richards k Co., wholesale
agent, Ban j)rancisoo
Care for fjongn or cola. As soon as
there is the slightest uneasiness ef the
Chest, with difficulty f breath is s. or in
dication of Cough, take during the day a
cts. a box.
- Bowdoin College, Maine, has 113 under
graduates this year.
.For diarrhoea, cholera morbus, dysen
tery and bloody-flux, colie or cramps in
stomach, use Dr. Pierce's Compound Ex
tract of mart-Weed. Specific, also, for
breaking up colds. ; ; C
The Peacemaker, a Philadelphia publi
cation, is edited by a man named Clubb.
ANOTHER LITE SAVED.
Mrs. Harriet Cu minings, of Cincinnati, Ohio,
writes: "Early last winter my daughter waa at
tacked with a severe cold, which settled on her
lungs. We tried eaveral medicines, none of
which seemed to do her any good, but she con
tinued to get worse, and finally raised large
amounts of blood from her lungs. "We called
in a family physician, but he failed to do her
any good. At this time a friend, who had been
cured by DR. WM. HALL'S BALSAM FOR
THE LUNGS, adviaed me to give it a trial.
We got a bottle, and she began to improve,
and by the use of three, bottles was entirely
cured." , ,
f THki GREAT &
Rheumatism, neuralgia.' Sciatica,
Lumbaoo. Backache, Headache, Toothache,
Sore Throat., Swell 1 nro, frrjl n, Brnlaa,
aini-aa, feia, res uiiee
AKD ALL OTHER BODtXT WII3 A5D ACHES.
Bold by Vraggtats unit Dnlm (Trrirtir. rilly Cuts a bottle.
mraouoa in ii im,
THE CIl Ap.LE A.
tm A. tuvlMAti a ' .... I
iilUauw. P. t. i.
BRONOHITIS, INFLUENZA, A8THMA,
And all THROAT and LUNG TROUBLES.
Sold by aul. Druggists tor Fifty Cbnts.
J. It. ClA'la jiS&CO. rroprietora,
417 8an3jwe Street. San Francisoc
TV. "BrXV tr K-vrflorB
tor s rnatte ei prwKiy
ot tbu frcnera'ivB onrans.
There Is no miarqfa tmX
tkls fiutraaAaa, tbo coiy
tin iions xtrccoa of R1J2
throc(rl the parts mi.
restore them to hcaftlrf
action. Po not eonfprnwi
this with Eleotrlo Dfclx
adTertt-mtl to euro alt III:
from rraoc( to t It fa fa.-
thaOiiii speplilo pnrpoaa
ror cirriitars airing mil ir.fnrrueaor. a(i2ln-3 Ctta.
A Rome dispatch sajs: The entire works
on the Tiber embankment are submerged.
Bridges arc crowded with spectators
watching tho foaming floods, carrying the
trunks ot trees and various debris down
river. The water entered the Pantheon
and floated off timbers with which it was
intended to build a requiem.
The London Daily Telegraph states that
Germany has acceded to England's pro-
Sosal, th X neither power shall annex tie
amoan islands. This agreement puts an
end to the sheme of the British colonists
in New Zealand to annex the islands.
' Warranted to relie ca
cure Heart Disease B
j. J. MACK & CO-,
F0BEI8N TELEGEAPHIC NEWS.
Hard times are prevalent in Montreal,
The Congo conference in Berlin still con
Kins Alfonso, of SDain. has arrived at
Malaga: . , -
Another revolution has broken out in
Anti-Jewish riots have again broken out
becoming popular in
General Stewart's forces have reached
the Howenjatt wells.
LudwigBohnstedt, a distinguished Ger
man arcnitect, is dead.
A severe epidemic of small pox has been
prevailing in London Jately.
The Prussian ' landtag opened on the
15th, with the usual ceremonies.
Portions of the new Mexican Btamo law
are not received witn satisfaction.
Earl Scencer has MODhibited the circu
lation of O'Donnovan Rossa'a paper in
Another shock of earthauake at Grana
da, Spain, last week, caused a revival of
News from Pekincr states that the Chi
nese squadron has been ordered to relieve
The first Swedish lodcre of Odd Fellows
was recently Instituted at Malm and
A Cairo correspondent ears El Mahdi
has accepted the conditions proposed by
It is renortnrl tat T!l Mahdt hast RAnt
14,000 reinforcements to Osman Digma,
wno is encamped near juerber.
At a boos sale in London recently a
"Psalmorum Codex." printed in 1459.
Drougnt 4,y5U, or nearly $Z5,UUU.
The town hall at Warminster, in "Wilt
shire, England, was partially wrecked by
an expiosioa 01 dynamite recently-
A fire at Windsor. OnL. recentlv. de
stroyed McNaley'a box factory, McKee's
planing mill and a dwelling. Loss, $25 00Q.
The German consul at Cameroons is lit
erally beseiged with letters from young
Germans aescrouaoi settling in that coun
Admiral Courbet. in command of the
French fleet in China, has landed troops
for the occupation of the mines at Ke-
lung. . -. v; v
nioroert ijauericn. tne man wno was
wounded in three Places bv M. Ducav. ed
itor of the Cri du Peuple, ihe other night,
It is asserted that Admiral Pevron has
oraerea me cnarterme 01 six more steam
ers to transport troops and war material
Orders have been received atTtmlrm tn
nasten tn departure of four transports
sr m w-r m, . -
tor xonquin. worK is proceeding on tne
vessels night and day. Each willlcarry
aw ions 01 war maienai.
A monument is about to be raised to
Phillip Beiss, the German inventor of the
telephone, in his native citv of Geinhaus-
en. Beiss gets a monument, but Bell has
tne patents and the income.
By the Queen's command, a larcre and
handsome chair of polished granite has
been placed by tne side of a private road
at Balmoral as a memorial of the late
Duke of Albany. That road was one of
, bis favorite walks. ;
It is rumored that Prince William of
Prussia, son of the Crown Prince, is soon
to be appointed Governor of Alsace-Lor
raine, and that it is possible that the au
tonomy ot tne provinces will be proclaimed
A squadron consisting of one ironclad
and four gunboats is about to be sent by
tne uerman aamiraiiv. to remiorce uom-
msnder Knorr'8 fleet pif the west coast of
Africa, and complete : suppression of the
revolt by the Cameroons natives.
The estimate of revenue and expendi
ture for the ensuing fiscal year balanced
at 1,257,725,000 marks, but owine to the
increase in the matriculatory contribution !
of Prussia to the government, the empire
would oe aencit Z2,uui,uuu marKs.
A shocking crime occurred at Frankf ort-
on-the-Mam a few nights ago. : A police
commissioner named Rumpff, whe had
been active in the prosecution of socialists,
was found dead m front or his own house.
stabbed in two places. The assassin is
The landlady of a hotel in Hull. Eng
land, states that Phelan stayed a week at
her house and gave his real name. He
made no disguise of the fact that he was
O'Donnavan Bossa's agent. Phelan and
Kearney held frequent land league meet'
A dispatch from Paris to the London
Exchange telegraph company says an an
archist plot has been discovered at Lyons.
xne piot contemplated the seizure bv
night of the arms beloncrins: to a rifle soci
ety, and the immediate proclamation of a
revolution. . ,
The Countess Desart is having hard
lines. She forfeited a pot of money by
"eloping with Mr. Suden, the actor, and
ilast week her dentist, acting for her in
the suit against her husband in the York
i County Court was non-suited on the
i ground that dentistry was not one of the
necessaries in the eye of the law.
Younir or middle-aeed men. sufferinar
from nervous debility or kindred affec
tions, should address, with three letter
stamps for larcre treatise. World's Dianen-
sary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
The latest fashionable shade is Presby
terian piue. t
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, 303 King street west, Toronto, Can.
A CARI. To all who are suffering from er-
rum iiu uQUiocreuouo ui youui, nerroua weaK
neea, early decay, loss of manhood, eta, I will
send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF
CHARGE. This ereat remedy was discovered
by a missionary in South America. Send self-
addressed envelope to Rev. Jobkbh T. Imman,
Tkt Germea for breakfast.
) Absolutely Piirb.
This oowder nm-er varies. A marvel of uritr.
etrength and wholesotnenem More economical tluwi
the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competi
tion with the multitude of low (cat, short wei!fi,
Alum or phospbate powders. Sold enly in can.
Royal lUmsa Povcsa, Co.. IOC Vail street, N. Y. :
S TftSVAL Is "olf j
a p7nr A
t I I I f 3 r I I "J3
DOMESTIC TELEGRAPHIC 1TCWS.
General Butler has opened a law ofilce
in wew xorK.
Mr. Moodg. the evangelist, has gone
back to Chicago.
Wolves are attacking the hog pens of
iiancocK county, la.
Kates of living in Washington are
higher than ever before. . v
Oil rer Bros. & Philips, iron merrof Pitta-
burg, have- failed for $3,009,000.
All the cotton mills at Woodbury, near
uaitimore, are now in full operation. ;
Gold-bearing rock is said to have been
found in Ohio yielding $1,000 to the ton.
The Nicaragua treatv ia caininar friends.
while the Spanish treaty is losing strength.
It is predicted that the debate in the
House over the Mexican pension bill will
be an exciting one.
Florida orange-growers report a glut la
the orange market caused by pressing lor
ward green oranges.
The liabilities of John J. Cisco & Son,
the New York bankers who failed last
week, exceed $2,900,000.
A society in New York city, headed by
Father J. J.Kean, has for its object th9chlul9UWVniiaUiu.i
" " I
Senator Mahone has not made his ap
pearance in Washington as yet during the
present session ox uoagress.
The Tecontlv-eleeted new Mayors of
Cambridge, Chelsea and Lynn, Mass., are
ail under thirty years oi age.
Patrick Hartnett, wife-murder, under
sentence to hang at Cincinnati inacou
pie of weeks, has been respited.
Mr. Moody wants a training school for
lav missionaries in Uhlcasco, to cost szuu,
ouu, including an endowment iuna.
Property owners in Springfield. Mass.,
are considerably agitated over an advance
of 50 per cent in the insurance rates.
Small pox has broken out in the neigh
borhood of Pulaski, 111., and local officials
are unable to keep it from spreading.
J. R. Wallack. wholesale dealer in rib
bons, silks, etc., 883 Broadway, New York,
has assigned with liabilities oi $m;,ouo.
One hundred and thirty-one lives were
lest in the Gloucester, Mass., fisheries
during the fast year, leaving fifty widows.
The Ranken knitting works at Cohoes,
N. Y., started twelve sets of machinery
last week, giving work to 200 operatives
The fence cutting excitement in New
Mexico continues. The cutters have no
tified the companies to remove their
The ancient and musty books of the
Washington patent office show that
twenty-four dial clocks are at least 211
Mr. Yan Phon Lee, a Celestial by nativ
ity, has carried off the first prize in En-
gush composition in the sophemore class
at xaie college.
Senator Gordon says that he knows
nothing of a shortage of $1S0,000 or any
deficit in the Democratic National cam
A mute who died at Bloomsbursr. N. J.,
recently, began laughing just before her
death, and laughed continuously until she
oreathed her last.
Four voune men of Greensbureh. Pa.-
procured half a gallon of alcohol from a
drug store and drank it all. Two of them
died the next day.
It is said that the cam bline houses in I
Fargo, D. T are all closed, and that the !
; gamblers generally have gone to New Or
leans tor the winter.
The proposed extra session of the Iowa
Jjegislature is opposed by the Prohobition-
ists, who fear that it might effect a repeal
ia tae promoitory law. x -
All the horses used on the stage line be
tween Bismarck and Fort Yates have beea
killed, because of an outbreak of glanders
m its most violent lorm.
C. P. Huntington has just bought a seat
in the New York Stock Exchange. This
is supposed to foreshadow more activity
m Huntington securities.
J. he .Boston Jlerala, savs: Public raze
over the Cogswell fountain is still on the
increase. "Oh, for some dynamite I" is
the fervent desire of many passers-by.
John Cooper, having abandoned cotton
manufacture at Nottingham, has arrived
in the United States with 140 of hia em
ployes to start a factory at Providence.
A Michigan judge got angry and put an
extra twenty years on the sentence of a
convict. The Governor has now made the
judge mad again by pardoning the man.
The grand jury of LaSeur ceunty. Minn..
naively remarked of j the county jail:
"We find the buildinar as well arranged
for the escape of prisoners as they can de
sire." ' - .,
Francis Murphy, the temperance evan
gelist, assisted by two Methodist preach
ers, recently held a very successful meet
ing in one of the largest saloons In Pitts-
The town of Earlinur. near Council Bluffs.
I a., was almost totally destroyed by fire a
few day 8 ago. Ten business houses and a
hotel were burned. The less exceeds
The wages of a Woonsocket, R. I., wid
ower, who married a buxom widow six
months ago, have been attached to pay
the iuneral expenses of the woman s first
Ocala, Fla., hasn't a house to rent, and
the demand for them Is growing every
day. Small houses command from $ 10 to
$20 per month, and the larger4 ones from
$40 V3 r
It is understood that aa soon as Chief
Justice Waite recovers sufficiently he will
start. for the Pacific coast. He will spend
the latter part of February and March at
' - T- ... ... w
The late John McGIensey, a wholesale
grocer of Philadelphia, who left property
valued at over f 400.0U0, bequeathed $6,000
for the benefit of orphans and destitute
children of that city.
Cleopatra s needle, the obelisk brought
oy uommanaer tiornncre from Alexandria.
Egypt, and erected In Central Park, New
York, shows serious signs of decay under
at u r
mo iuuucuv:i vi i c w i ura vumaGe,
Miss Larrick, a teacher who committed
suicide at Emporia, Elan., recently, is said
to have oeen driven to the act by the com
plaints of the parent!! of the unruly chil
dren it wsaa her misfortune to teach.
A movement is on :Eoot in Pittsburg to
secure the passage of a law compelling the
plugging of gas wells not "in use, which
will thereby, it is aaid, sava millions of
feet of gas jfvhich aro now being wasted.
There are over 200,000 applicatioas be
fore the War Department to correct the
records of soldiers who are classed as de
serters. -The majority of these applica
tions are from men who are seeking pen
sions. . The Jaw compelling' the erection of fire
escapes is to be strictly enforced in Pitts
burg. AH persons notified to erect a fire
escape and who do not comply with the
order inside of ninety days are to be
It Is believed that the switch which
caused the wreck oil the Lehigh Valley
road near Mauneh Chunk, Pa., the other
dav. was maliciously misplaced. Abram
Vans, fireman, was killed, and the engine
Caotain Bedford Pim, of the British
navy, is nothing if not modest. He pro
poses that the United States government
subscribe the sum of $dO,VGQ,LW for the
construction of a railroad from Cheyenne
to Hudson's bay- .
A strong effort will be made at the com
ing session of the New Jersey Legislature,
it is reported, to amend the laws so that
the killing of sengsters and bright plum-
aged birds lor millinery trimmings can no
longer be done under the cloak of science.
tAX FEA5 CISCO MARKETS.
BAGS Calcutta wheat bags, cg5lc.
FLOUR Best citv extra. 4.87it.t7i:
medium, $3.684.1Sii; shipping superfine,
WHEAT No. 1 grades, $1.35; eboice
milliner narrels. 81.371 & Ctl.
BARLEY No. 1 quality, C2i93Jc
1.45: No. 1, $1.201.25; No. f, $11.10; eff
1 1 h l rr-nii i iji loo c&xjlw. uiijjiiiHt vasww
grades, 75cO?l: blaclr, ?ll.lo v ctl.
-Xjargc yeiiow, i.iux.ju, iuu
COBNMEAL Feed, ?sy.ftP($X3 ton;
fine kinds for table, 2?33c lb.
RTCFinS Mustard. 2.25(213 for brown,
and $2(52.25 for yellow; canary, 4soc;
hemp, 8i(a3Sc; 2J3c; timothy, G4(&oc; ai-
iaiia, IOC V l"5 liaA, n.mn.w it vm.
TViinTiLrNfis Fer ton. siowie.
HAY Alfalfa, $3.W12.0; wheat. $12
16: oat, $y(515; barley, 3(. mieu,
KTKAW I'er baie, oocaoo.
HOPS-Per lb, 10(5illc. ' ,
BRAN Per ton, 81314.
i RYE Per ctL $1.101.20.
RTTnTrWHTCAT Per ctl. 21.70(31.80.
GROUND BARLEY Per ton, $21.60
i POT A TOES Earl v rose. 70 85c: river
reds, eo78c: retaiumas, s garn,.
nao. t , ...
new, cp .u v
nVIONR Per ctl. Slflfcl.GO.i
DRIED PEAS Green, $2.75- niles, $2;
blackeye, $2.75 ctl. -
J3KAKSS 5ayOS, $z.ou; ouiier, 1..0
1.50: pink. $1.701.B7; red, lima,
1.892: small white, $1.60 1.70; pea.
1 .7.vai.RK Jrtl.
r VEGETABLES Green teas, - 5c V lb;
earrots, 6060c; turnips, 5060c; beets, 40
80c. parsnips, $1; caooage, ououc v cu.
FRUIT Apples, S560c: pears, 81 2;
California. 81.5002: limes. Mexi
can, $11: oranges, California, l.&ua w
DRIED FRUIT Sun-dried apples, 5i
2c; apricots. $10llc; blackberries. 10c;
figs, 6c; peaches, 1516e; pears, 4c; plums,
ft" THTines. German. &S6: do. French. 7
74c, V tb; raisins, new crop Layers, $1.75
2 V box. -
HIDES Dry. V lb. usual selection. 161
17c; drv kip, 16Jl7c; dry calf, 1920c;
salted steers. CO to 851&B, 77ic. -
WOOL Mendocino. 18G2Uc 4? ro.;
Humboldt. 182flc; San Joaquin. 68c;
eantern Oreeron. 15(81 9c
i LARD Eastern, 1212J for tierces, and
llB12c for palls: California, 10-lb, 89ic.
i HONEY Comb, 78c; extracted, 45c
hkkswaa uuotaoiei at 4raroc v id.
BUTTER Fancv. 290t3Oc: choice, t7
a8Ac; fair to aood,2528c; ordinary,'022c;
mixed store shipments, dull at 12417c;
oickled roll. ZSJc25c: riritin lVWiic ior
good to choice, and 1518c for ordinary to
fair: Eastern, lz17c v lb.
lEGQS dozen. 333ec.
! POULTRY Turkeys, $robblers. 1719c;
KflTia 18a2nc: dressed do. lSOiZ0 V lb:
roosters, $6$6.50 for old and $6 507 60
for young; hens, 7!; broilers, 5530.00,
as to size; uucks, .oosjy.ou v aoz: geese,
i TALLOW Grease, 34; crude, 5J6c;
refined. 78f7e W id. i
CHEESE California, 12rai3c,
RECEIPTS Wheat. 17.080 ctls.; flour
11.UG0 or. eks.: oats, 300 ctls,; potatoes.
SALT Per ton, $1722.50.
RICE Hawaiian. 41: China. ?J6ic.
SUGAR-Dry granulated, 7lt; extra
fine cubes. 7fe: gne crjshed, 7fc; powder
ed. 7c; extra fine powdered, 9c; extra
eolden C. 84: trolden C. 6c.
" Siliur- American refinery le quo tea
at 35c In bbls. 37Jc in hf bbls, 42&c in 5-gal
kegs, and 52c in 1-gal tins.
Walla, $1.12 1.1 3.
1 nuw, yj.ta.wy wai
feed, 30S33c; inferior
, mi Aiuia irer sacK, zoa , $c.
j EGGS Per doz, 25c.
HIDES AND BAGS Hides, dry,
sound. 1416c V !b, culls, one-third leas;
salt hides, heavy plump, 57c, light
weights, 7g; kips and calf, 8c. sheep peits,
4 i aa f ml svs t H 4"nr mAntho usrrl ' kMr
UOU OUVi Al a iUVl V V VV UVl) 'Vyj
lambskins, 1020c, tallow, 6c; burlaps, 40
In. 8c, 45 in 84e, 60 in., 14c; twine, flour, 3i
(it 40c, wheat, 30c, neece, lzloc; gunmea,
18c wheat eaccs. 6j8c:
t i'LOUR Fancy extra, if bbl, 84.25:
superfine. $3.00? country brands, $2.75.
1 GREEN FRUITS Apples, V bu. 50fa
60c: lemons, $8.5 7.00: pears. 40360c;
oranges, 109. f 3 7n; limes, t 100, $1.24;
peaches, p bx, i.Ai; pinir.s, 10c; figs, V ;
9c anlncea, W bx. Wc: grapes, 7ocSl.
J. FISH Extra Pacific codfish, whole, is
c, Cc, boneless, in bxs. 6jcl i? lb;, doanestie
salmon, hf bbis, $3.504.00, bbls. M&l.Qtu
1-lb. oan. doz., $i.30; mackerel. No. 1, V
kit, $2.5J, NO. VS. $1.002.25, No. 1,
v. t too, ir m Ua 9 a ) v,nw;n.
a.Ued.hf bbls.$3.254.dried.lO-Ib bxs. 60s.
POULTKY--Chickens. V dox.. sprin
$3.603.5-). old. $4.00; ducks. t6.0Ofi8.00
flreene. 8?9: turkevs. & 15.. 12al4c
SYRUPS California refinery fsl, gal.,
bbls., 40c, kgs.. 45c, cs., gal. tins, 65c;
Eastern, Bbls., V gal., eoc, kgs, ode. cs..
FEED, Etc. Corn meal, 100 lbs., $3.00
buckwheat, $5.ii5(ffi5.30; oat meal,) $4.25;
cracked wheat, $3.80: bran. T ton
$14ai6: shorts. $17.00 middlines,
flne, $22,B025; hay, baled, $11; chop,
Sio5W: oil cake meai, vwmiz.w.
i DRIED FRUIUS Apples, machine
cured. lb.. 58, sun-cured. 45c;
peaches, machine-cured, in boxes, 1214c;
prunes. German, in boxes. ft.. 8Q10e;
plums, sun-cured, pitless. 8c, machine-
cured, 810c: pears, machine-cured. 10(9
12c; sun-cured, 79c; figs, California. 25-f5,
bx.. 8c: Smvrn. 1820c.
PRO VISIONS Bacon. 104 ;hams,13 1 4c;
shoulders, 89c; eastern hams, 15&16c;
eastern bacon, 14c
RICE Sandwich Islands, No. 1, ft.,
3ic; China mixed, 4i5c; China No. 1,
fie Rancreon. Mfa7c.
FRUITS Prunes, HunsrarW & ft
124c: raisins (sew), bx.. S1.50O2.00.
bxs., $2.06(32.25, qr bxs., $2.252.50. 8tk
bxs., 188.8.131.52; currants, Zante. & -ft.
tn bxs, 89c: citron, ft in drums, 3035oj
aunends, Marseilles, w in.. iolsc, lanc,
so; walnuts. ; uniii, ioiio," California
LARD Oregon, kegs, V ft, 11c; tins,
13c: Eastern, small tins, mmc.
WOOL Valley, ll15ci Eastern Ore
SPICES-H? lb, pepper, 1825c; mustard,
18c; ginger, 18c; cinnamon, 274c; nutmer.
Wc sage, 30c.
COFFEE ft, Guatemala, green, 11
12c; uosta Kica, ial3c; old Govern
ment J ava, 18a20c.
BEANS Small white.$3; bayoa, $8.50;
pinks. 84. and butters,?4.oo.
HONEY In comb. ft.. 15c: strained
in 5 gal., 5e ft.; 1-gal. tins, doz, $13.00;
VEGETABLES Cabbage. ft, lc: tur
nips, Vack, $i1.50: carrots, 81 1.80; beets,
$11.80; onions, 9 ft, 1(9 lie; parsnips,
sek, $11.25; tomatoes, ft, 2c
CHEESE Per nvO rr con choice local.lfl
18c; imported, 1214c
BUTTER Per ft. choice dairy. 324c:
country store, 20c; eastern, 25c.
HOPS mU8c v ft.
SUGARS Golden C. in bbls. ft. 61a
in hf bbls., 7c; re fined D, bbls.. nl
bbls, ; dry granulated, bbls, 78, hf
bbls. 02c: crushed, bbis. 884c: fine
erushed, bbls, 8i82, hfibbls, 8i9c; cube,
bbls. 8ic hf bbls, sjc; islands. No. 1, kgs,
684c, bgs, 558c
In the flower house of the Hungarian
diet the other day several members advo
cated a customs union ef central Europe,
to comprise France, Germany and Austria,
and Hungary, for procection ajrainst the
competition of agricultural industries in
England and America.
BOOS ART) CABBITlfCLES.
These are the volcanoes of the human
system. They proceed from impure blood
and from a riotous demoralization of the
digestive organs. They are annoying,
painful, and sometimes dangerous. They
can be driven out by toning up the svstem.
and this can best be done by the use of
Brown's Iron Bitters. Mensrs. Handy &
Rnllman, druggists, Annapolis, Md., say:
"We sell lots of Brown's Iron Bitters.
All who use it eeera. pleased, "We hear
not one complaint."
TO THE PUBLIC, GREETING:
Boards of Heal th aro
recting the f aul ts of
the people how to prevent future epidemics.
But other precautions
out which nov amount of Sanitation can avail .
Dr. Koch says that cholera has but little
r110 among, those who
organs and tho liver,
sewers of the body) in
Warner's SAFE Remedies are the best scien
tific Curatives and Preventives, and we cannot
too much emphasize the importance of using them
now, as a safeguard against any future scourge
Much of the common ailments are caused, not
primarily by bad blood,
AND KIDNEYS. This resul
and injury to the entire
impaired action, and most
, " n t V.
extreme liver and kidney
able . We , however , by
unanswerably proved the
FIRST. WE DO NOT CURE EVERY KNOWN DISEASE
FROM ONE BOTTLE. Warner's Safe Remedies are
specif ics, which have been successively put
upon tne market uimliX in vDr,uijir. iu oinuwu
PUBLIC DEMAND 1 These remedies arjs?: Warner's
SAFE Cure, for kidney,
disorders, General debility, Impotency,
gravel , female irregularities ; Warner's Safe
Diabetes Cure, for Diabetes the only known
specific ; Warner's Safe
cons t ipation, di arrhoea,
Safe Nervine for nervous
Safe Throatine for Asthma, catarrh; Warner's
Tippecanoe for all stomach derangements.
SECOND. --Warner '8 Safe Remedies, spite of
all opposition, have won the victory and are .
ever ywhe re recognized as 1 eading STANDARDS .
THIRD. -After six years o f u n e qu a 1 1 e d e x p e r -
lence, we give these unqualified guarantees:
GUARANTEE1 I . That Warner's Safe Remedies
tre pure, harmless, effective, x .
GUARANTEE II . That the Testimonials" used
by us, so far ,as
with a forfeit
GUARANTEE I III . That
are NOT MERELY TEMPORARY, BUT PERMANENT,
IN THEIR CURATIVE
TAIN EVERY CLAIM,
AND PRECISELY AS DIRECTED. "
FOURTH. --Spec! at : inquiry among hundreds of
our oldest patients results in unequivocal
testimony that the cures wrought six, five,
four and three vears afio. were PERMANENT. And
- . w
most of thee Patients
BLE when they began Warner's Safe Remedies.
Read a few of Thousands
T. O. LEWIS Esq. ; Customs Officer, San '
Francisco. Cal.. suffered for io years from
Gravel and kidney disorder. Physicians
said he could never be cured, but 4 bottlw
of Warner s Saps Cure, in 18S1, restored
him to full health. ' Tune 23. 1884, he
wrote: " The cure ia iS5x was permanent.
B. F. LARRABEE, Esq., 4a Chester Square,
Boston, Mass., in 1970, was fpvea up by
several prominent Boston physicians as in
curable from Briffht's Disease. He took
over 200 bottles of Warner's Safe Cure, in
1880-2, and Oct. 6, 1884, wrote that the
"cure was as permanent as surprising."
ELDER TAMES S. PRESCOTT, Box 262.
Cleveland, Ohio', founder of North Union
Shakers : In 1878 was oronounced incur-
ablv sick of chronic Brisrht's disease, bvthe
best physicians. Then he resorted to
Warner's Safe Cure. March 12, 1883,
wrote : " Health never better. Just past
80th year." Oct 18, 1884 ; I am enjoy
ing: a very comfortable decree of health."
He says also, " I am an enthusiast over
Warner's Safe Cure.? Used 4 doz. bottles.
Mrs. S. A. CLARJt, East Granby, Conn., In '
1881 was utterly used up with constitutional
and iemaie complaints of the worst kind.
In November, 1884, she wrote : " Warner's
- SAFB Cure cured j me four years ago, and
has kept me well to this day.
R. H. McMICHAEL, of Emporia, Kans.
in 18S0, while living at South Bend, Ind.,
had inflammation Of the bowels and a hard
; lump formed on his right side covering
bait the abdomen. ? rorty doctors ex
amined him, five treated him but gave him
nohooeof cure. He lost sixtv-five oounds
of flesh. June 1st, 1884, he began using
Warner s bAFSwre, 23 Dottles of which
fully restored his health. July 15th, 1884,
ne wrote, " say cure is permanent, i was
a living skeleton, who was restored by the
usaot Warner s 0 afb cure. -
THE REV. ANDREW J. GRAHAM, 1
(P.E.), Grand Island, Neb., in 1881 was pro
nounced iataliy sick with .Brisrht s disease.
He could get no relief from physicians.
He then used Warner's Safe Cure.
7, 1884, he wrote from England, "All
local trouble has disappeared. Have taken
no medicine for nearly a year."
JNO. L. CLARK, M. D., Waterloo N. Y
in 188I was prostrated with Bright'sdisease,
crick on the back, rheumatism and mala
ria. From the latter he had suffered for
fifteen years without help, ,1a July. 1884.
ho says t ' Warner's Safe Cure cured me
in z83rf and I am now sound and well.'
fifth -It is no small
know - that very riany thousands of people owe
their life and heal th to
Rochester, N.Y. ,
Jan. 1, 1885.
EDtTGBIAI KOTE : Tha abora Is, we
hw hm wtow ww au ratuuo print, a u am
The most wonderful Cur
ative Agent la tfeo world.
Full Power Belt, for Lady or Gentleman, price $io
Cures without' the aid of Medicine)
General Debility .Nervous Prostration, Rhemaatisaa
Nenralria. 1 ft tf laTfl ft k Plaeasa of
Seminal Weakness, Drapepsia, Female Weakness
Siick neaaacne, jinsipienc catarrn, jnsiptent con
anmption, Lame Back, and many other diseases.
rorparactuansaa circman aaaiees ?
PACIFIC ELECTRIC CO.
out wicwiia-roaa, -.-i.'.?
S$9 Sutter St Ban Fmnei
EsUblished 1861. P. O. Box 2415.
JOHN F. ENGLISH,
Grain, Produce and General -
STos. 313 aad 315 Davis Street.
SAN FEAXCISCO. CAL.
(Member of 8. F. Produee Exchange. ConsfenmenU
and orders will receive prompt attention.
now verytrhoro cor
eewerage -and advielng
are necessary .with
keep the digestive
skin and kidneys (the
but by IMPAIRED LIVER
ts in blood corruption
system. Remove this
ordinary ailments will
r practitioners have held that
disorders are incur
the severest tests , have
contrary. Please note :
liver, bladder and blood
Rheumatic Cure for
Warner s Safe Pills for
bil iousness ; Warner ' s
we know, are bona fide,
of S5,000 for proof to
Warner ' 8 Safe Remedies
EFFECTS AND WILL SUS
IF USED SUFFICIENTLY
were pronounced Iwluka-
satisfaction to us to
Warner 's Safe Remedies.
SS - y
tellers, the first iBuxdsan tTOewriter IzSZt
wnmuniw fwy KTiMiW&.i
Swlffi SpeciaIs entirely a vegetoble prejMHraUoa,
and should cot be eonfaanded with the rtriom tabnti.
tates, knitatioM, con-secrot hnmbajt, "Suecas Alter.
kj. whlnk v a wtittm luil.. - . . . . . . .
ariops penona. Tos of these contain a single artide
which, eaters Into the composition of B. 8. S. Tber
Is oni one Ssrfft'i Stied&a and then la nnthln n
worU like it. To prerent disaster and cleajrpomtajen 1
aW DUJV W mWW WAV fUUUMWt .,
" Swift's Spedflo te a complete antidote to Blood Taint,
Blood Folsom. Malarial Poison, and ftfeln Bnmo.
J. Dicesow Smith, m. Atlanta, Ga.
I hare had rem arkableaaooess with Swift's t
tha treatanent of Blood and 6kht Diseases, and In Fe
mala Diseases. : X took It royself for Carbuncle wita
nappy eneo. xulkbt, ku u, AUasta, Ga.
I nsed Swift s Speciao on my little d&tifhter, who was
afflicted with soma Biood Poison which had zasiatad ad
sorts of treatment Tha Speclfis relieved her peraa-
W. B. Baojrnt, M. IX. Oypraa Eldgt, Ark.
Our traatlM on Blood sad Ckfa CiMaaee mailed free!
new w aj neBtAMiOK -
' sn i
sr. p. n. u. No. C3.-B, r. n. a. so, 12a.
A D&nseroaa Cas.
RociiESTKa. June 1. '"Tea'
Years ago I was attto led with th rr.cst
Intense and deadly pi ins tn my t,ao and
"Extending to the nd of my toes and
to my brainl
''Which made me delirious I
"It took'three men to hold me on mv
bed at times!
"The Doctors tried in vain to relieve
me, but to no purpose.
Morphine ana other opiates!
-Mao no enecti
"After two months I was crivn iin tn
"When mv wife .
heard a neighber tell what nop Eitters
i bad done for her, she at once got and .gave
t me some. The first dose eased my brain
I and seemed to -go hunting through my sys-
tein ior ice pais.
The aeooad doae'ena! me xo mncli that!
slept two hours, somtthir g that I had tot done
for two months. Before I had used five bottles,
I was well and at work as bard as any raaa
'could, for ever three we'ks; but I worked to
nara ror my etrengto, and tatlng a hard cold, I
wm taken with the mon innta and cainful
j rheaai&tisrn all through my system that ever
"I called the doctors asaln and aftr peverml
i weeka, they left me a cripple on cratches for
l We. M they said. I met h friend and told him
i my case, and he said Hep fitters had enred him
ana wouia care me. 1 ponea at him. but ne
wm cs earnest I was induced to use them ay sin.
. In less than tour wee ts I threw away my
cratches and went to work lightly and kept ea
usm the bitters for five weeks, until I became
i m well u any man living, and have been so for
I six years since.
Jt nas also cured mv wife, who had bean
sick for years; and h s kept aer and my ,
i children well and healthv with from twa
to threefbottlee yer year. There ia no need
to De sick ac an if these bitters are used.
J. J. Berk, Ex-Supervisor,
"That poor Invalid wife.
"Or daughter 1
"Can be made the picture of health I
"with a few bottles of Hop Bitters I
." WiU you let them a uffer f"
atVKone arennlne with ant a bunch of sresn
Hops os the white labeL Shun ail the vile, roi-
sonoms stuff with "Hop" r "Hags" ia their
name. -.- : - -
Strongest, Purest. Bet t and Most MiConom-
ical in Vie Market.
Never Varies In Qua ty
Recommended to COXSU1TFJIS by le1!r ? HQ-si.
dans, Chemists and nembers of th? as
FraneUoo Board ot He&ith
' PREPARED BT TOP.
BOTH I M MANUFACll'RiKC CC;.1?A!nf.
, Ban "FRJJf CISCO A.SD Sacsajbeiw
fJavo hAlt. Iiarseet
Factory In tae fttate
(Stationary and Portable.)
"SJcustob: GRIST 1SM7 LULLS
Pnrnfshcd and built feoniDlctelof anr canacltT.
ehlnerr Csitlifi, sod Contractora. For
Bcriptlre eataloene. sddrpRS the mannfetrfTfr.
CffOFEft ifFIl, GOi t ''"""omof""0"'
rjniTW (WiVUn. nt thtu CnmrmnT. snd who It
representing other Urge ronurcturers of p?rniisr
line 01 goois,is spenainz sst-ersi moom in oraia
and Orteon. and iconia be pleased to eommnrjtoste
1 Wltand visit PArtieswhodt sire to parohaefsrsiH:'if
machinery. Adores foha Ct oyer, Sa IraaoiiMW, CsUJ
KO XI I. Kit A CD ASK. Rn Prsjicisoo ISA Port
t land, Aseafcs for Decker Brt., Fischer, bthnlce Eehr
Kr and toe Kmersoa I'lunos. Also for Mshs t
EambSn and the Chase On ran a. Thm ft?nrlM r
I seieoied fer merit, and reprei eut Use txext in the Market.
Write fer slesarfptten nd met prices. JHeadQ.u&rters
tot B&nd Iostroments and Bina Supplies. .
UlClliifAl ,Oeblcr, Iloenkh fittnos; burden
Orjan, band tostnwnenta , Lar?et stock fcf ttj
Moslo and Books. Bands wirnUcd at l-tsrn trkisa
. M. GRAY. 206 Pott Street, San Franc! co.
Tha Famous Knaba Piano Sf?;
Sest Piano in the world. The Popular I Tarring
ten,Paea and otter pUnos, and thoChioago
, Oofetaf Organs. A. L. B aacroft & Co.. 721 Mar
K bu Ban rancieco VL. Geaeral Agents.
r r3IfT3Abookf 180pageoa f
''J ' aCmirtihwgtfrNi
3 L3Hmrk,K. J.8endstaipsfwpo6t'e.
; 'CAPACity I lniil Still Ahead!
'.' 1 3 Gld MedaK Silver, hb4 14
t 1 . - - First Premiums.
' , 1 PRICE, - - - f
ftl Hatches all Einds ef Efgs
ii-iJ All aires frorn 30 to ers.
Bend for lirsre II!rittfjtfl r? vnler ?n 11 VYr'a.in hnw
V hatch snd raise chick ens prjCuKy. CircriltJt free. AsV
dress PETALUMA INCUBATOE CO.. 1'eUiama .CitL
" THAT V
LcrUbrcVs Clfcis Piss
rearing a rml tin tag ; that Jjorfflard's
Iteae Jjenf fine cut 5 that Loriliard
ntr. and the t Lori! lard's Snaiia, ara
cheaposl, qual ty coiuiidered ?
ri ?T 01 tie C -t.tl r
Simple es,Sr tots, fcerere ns;' tofli fttrnHin .
wiitasm na gniu wtailosr orrw ionaenb. S-pl crp iOo
71 nn .
li I Uk-Ja
- I nave a wotltivaTemeri t for i rm ft'-vin d'stdm. -. K 11
ae 5hand9 0f cj(ef .he worst ktnd.ndoT fen?
tD4innr he ve been cared. nrts. oTrAn(ri. rn ffvh
altMrev.y,tbntI wi I an1Trt'0 li-Tli.K? FUBit,
to auj suiTerer. Oive err pg and P. O. idr ...
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t iiit-ri:ya t.erv
I im J",Ciu-ea Vviiuont
tn.-:, oi" Vita';'..?,
''WsiK i)-'U decline,
Is apotency, Owo?jU'!iiv
0 miiUmm. Pro.t.its, Kid-
1 yaciL.a MptOoti i i'rita,
L iseas of te iiioo.l,hnip--li
3ps, sn-3 eUtavilti.tc;
o youUifal fuiiiea absl ex
y ; y-'"riares;tily pre-v-EfciEsf
wtriieair.?jaJn tpon tti
v. um, b.owvei th'-y cr,
Jr storing Ixs Juanhood,
h nnnr eomrHoted tud
C3B9 may fee, and wheto all os Ler remeuic-s have iaea.
JL Pertaaneat Cnra Ab elslely CEaraat. ,
- rrica f.ou per Dass.ii,t?ir iv v.-Mm
cpen receipt ot price, or CO D . to fry
j private, by lIU . t. 54X-s
SlSKearnr StrctUini rs a
Prioat M per bottle, or !r b-t'J.-s tor f-V.
i per Dot'ie, or it
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