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"(jEOKGE ELIOT'S MARRIAGE.
' 1 Pintle's thousands of Americans
S and enjoy the novels of
hoi E!iM the greatest of livin? writ
iwoitu ?rL fl!, will feel a thr ill of
it u pon readin the brief cable d.s
""Tannonnclng ber second marriage,
P""" "f sixty. Littlo more than a
t lbiJf i10r first husband. George Henry
Tr a wuU known wriler .n Pb''B
H il 'topics and the biographer of Go
t 1 There was sometlnng at once
'Z f gd shocking in the affection
' t?l wound these two children of genius
rer pleasing because it was mutual
itue so far as the world can judge,
" hocking because it caused them to
f . oeether for some years in apparent
5?. of the rules which religion and
d fnrni of civilization have prescribed
fth. Government of our family relations,
t before Miss Evans was khown to
.t fitenuy world Mr. Lewes had estab
1 11 alamo reputation as a man of letters.
Kas student who lived among Ins
S!,tanil cared little for the social plous-
which are so alluring to the vast ma
of mankind. His first matrimonial
Srewitfnota happy one His wife
ii mv possibly frivolous, and she soon
Iza i 'as' most of us would, of the ponder
Tsociety and the metaphysical, or as be
!Ld rather Fay metempirical, conversa
tion of ber spouse. She fell in love with
J English army officer, and one bright
The lilies nnd lanimora of virtus,
tot the rapture and roae. of vice,
; bf eloneing with hor lover. The phil
rLDier went on with his studies, and
Shea hi faithlee wife, grown tired of
L military affinity, returned to ask for
"renesfi, he tools hor back to his heart
But shelapsed again and left him to
return no more. In the meantime Miss
Ftans the daughter of an obscure clergy
mjn in one of the country parishes of
ffarvnckahire, had startled the literary
world by her achievements in the domain
of fiction, and Mr. Lewes, discovering in
her earlier writings the evidences of that
Knius which has since given her a fore
most place amone the novelists of modern
jnies took every occasion to commend
her works. The acquaintance thus formed
Kxm ripened into intimacy .and, if both
tero free, would undoubtedly have led to
, marriaee. But under the English law,
Mr. Lewes, having once condoned his
wife's oflense, could not obtain a divorce,
ind it is said that an agreement was form
ed between him and Miss Evans to the
effect that they should live together as
man and wife until such time as their
anion could be sanctioned by the law.
However this may be, they did live most
happily together for many years, though,
owing to their peculiar relations, society
was not disposed to grant them that rec
oenitijn which, under different circum
'etances, would have been won by their
great literary achievements. It does not
appear that either cared much for the
pleasures thus lost. They were surround
ed by congenial friends, and their homo
became a center of enjoyment for artisU
The critics comnUiin that the later writ
ings or George Eliot have been visibly
tinctured by the materialistic philosophy
f her husband. This is especially no
ticeable in ber two great works, "Middle
march'' and "Danie Deronda." But a
careful perusal of her earlier writings will
hardly fail to convince any candid mina
that in this regard her mental bias was
verv similarto that of her husband's. His
influonce over her is more marked in its
effect upon her stvle than upon her ways
of thinking. At the time of his death it
was reported that she was greatly prostrat
ed by grief by her loss, and an unauthor
ized" announcement was made that she
intended to write no more books. That
this information was incorrect was proved
last winter by the publication of her de
lightful and philosophical little volume
entitled "Impressions of Theophrastus
Such." Now that she has contracted a
second marriage, public opinion will prob
ably decide that her eriefat the loss or
Mr. Lewes was not absolutely inconsolable.
Her present husband is mentioned in the
dispatches as "a Mr. Cross," a style of
designation not calculated to impress
strangers with an idea of his previous
prominence. Most of George Eliot's read
ers, remembering the sad fate to which
she has consigued a vast majority of her
heroines whom she has permitted to
plunge into matrimony, will wonder that
she should so soon again assume the du
ties and responsibilities of connubial life;
bntspeculationsupon this subject are vain.
Writers and preachers do not always fol
low their own teachings. Whether they
wonder at her recent marriage or not. all
of her admirers and all of her readers
are her admirers will unite in wishing
her joy in her latest matrimonial venture.
Thrilling Scene In a Theater.
A terrible scene took place in the
Theater del Circo, at Madrid, a few days
ago. During the performance a mad
man forced his way into the house,
with a hatchet, and oontrived to climb
from the auditorium upon the stage,
where, brandishing his weapon furi
ously, ho announced himself as the
"Avenger of Mankind."
Upon one of the attendants approach
ing him with the object of persuading
him to withdraw from the stage, he
smote the unfortunate man to the earth
with one deadly blow, and be managed
to keep the police off, when they at
tempted to arrest him, by whirling the
hatchet around his head with snch
wiftness that none of them dared to rush
in upon him.
Presently a party of soldiers made its
appearance in the theater, under the
command of a captain, who summoned
the raging maniac to give up his weapon
and surrender himself, but in vain,
whereupon the detatchmcnt received
orders to fire at him with blank cart
ndges, in the hope that he would be
frightened into submission. All this
hile he was yelling at the top of his
voice, flourishing his hatchet and threat
ened to kill knybody who should ap
proach him. Recognizing the impossi
bility of overpoweriug him without
risking the soldiers' lives, the captain
Save orders to load with one ball and
tire upon him.
A moment later the wretched man lay
corpse upon the stage, three bullets
having passed through his head, and
this highly sensational dramatic episode
having been thus brought to a close the
audience returned to their places, from
which they had fled in terror when the
madman made his first and last appear
ance upon the stage, and the evening's
performances were resumed at the point
t which they had been interrupted by
The favorite musical instrument of
Toledo folks is the dinner horn.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
Portland, June 8, 1880.
Legal tenders in Portland, buying, par, aud
selling at par.
Silver coin in Portland banks quote at I per
cent, discount to par.
Coin exchange on New York, 1 percent pre
mium. Coin exchange on San Francisco, par to J per
Telegraphic transfers on New York, 1 percent,
Home Produce Market.
The following quotations represent the whole
tale rates from producers or first hasds:
FLOUK Ouotable in jobbing Iota at: Standard
braids, $5 60; best country brands, $j JUM
$5 50, superfine, $4 25(u,$l 50.
WOOL 30(g)321 for choice.
WIIEAT-Uood to choice, fl 80a$l S5; Walla
Walla from 2J(o)5 cts. leas.
HAY Timothy baled, buying at $i'J$14 per
POTATO E8 Quotable at 2540c per 100 Itis, as
to description and quality.
MIDDLINGS Jobbing at fecd,$20&?25: fine
BRAN Jobbing per ton, $15(Si,$16.
OATS Feed, per bushel 42(l45 cj.
BACON Sides, 11c; hams, Oregon SC 124
13Jc; Kastcrn, 15Vi 16c; shoulders, 70-7Jo.
LARD In kegs, Willie; in tins, 10(3 llo.
BUTTER We quote choice dairy at Itta-iOc ;
good fresh roll, 27132Jc; ordinary, IS
25c, whether brine or roll.
GREEN FROITS Apples, 50 75 eta per box;
Limes, 2 50o3 per 100; Oranges, flu-t 60
DRIED ERU1TS Apples, sun dried, 7a7ki
machinedried, 11c. Pears, machine dried,
lOallc. Plums, machine dried, 15ul8c;
EGGS 18o per doz
POULTRY Hens and roosters, $3o3 58. Tur
keys 18u20c per pound. Geese, $8o9 per doi.
CHEESE Oregon, 12Jal5c; California, Mo.
HOGS Dressed, 51c; on foot, 3Jn4c
BEEF Live weight, 1 to 1 je for good to choice.
ftnr.ta' iive weight, ljosc.
T A LLO W Quotable at 5o5c.
HIDES Quotable at 12al7Jc for all over 111 lbs,
one-third oil' lor undcr.that, also one-third oil
for culls ; green 6Ja8c.
RICE Mnrket quoted at China, 5J5j ; Sand
wich Island, 7IiJ.
COFFEE Costa Rica, 17al8c; Java, 2o2tio;
Rio, 111 Jul 7c.
TEAS We quote Japan in laquered boxos 50a
75c ; paper, 371a47J.
SUGARS Sandwich Island, 8Jo9ic; Golden C,
in bbls,9Jc ; hf bbls, 0jt; Crushed bbls. 11)c,
hf bbls, llic; Pulverized bbls, lljc, hf bbls,
1,'lje; Granulated bbls, 111c, hf bbls llic
SARDINES Qr boxes, SI 75; hf boxes, $2 75.
YEAST POWDER Donnelly, $18 $ gross;
Dooloy, $20a22 f gross; Preston k Merrill,
WINES White, per doi in case, $3 50o4; per
gal, 70c to $1 50; Sonoma, per doz in cases,
h 60 to $5; per gal, 60c to $1 60
Claret California per gal, $1 to $1 25; im
ported per gal, $1 50 to $2.
3herry-Caln per gal, $1 50 to $2 50; Span
ish, $3 to $rt ; assorted brands, $12 to $18;
imported per gal, $2 50 to $7.
Tort Various brands in qr csks, $2 50 to $5 ;
$1 50 to $2 ; imported, $3 to $7.
SPIRITS Fine old Jlennessy Brandy in qr cks
and octaves, $5 50 to $7 50 per gal; Dan
ville's Irish Whisky in cases per doz, J12;
James Stewart 4 Co.'s Scotch Whisky in qr
cks and octaves, $4 ; Henncssy Brandy iu
case, per doz, very fine 1 star $16, 2 star,
$17 u9 3 star $19; Holland Gin, largo cases,
$18to$20; Old Tom Gin incases,$12; Rye
Whisky, per gal, $2 50 to $5 ; Bourbon, per
gal, $2 50 to $5 ; A Cutter, $3 25 to $3 50 ;
() K Cutter, $4 50 to $5.
OILS Ordinary brands of coal, 30c, high grades,
Downer Co., 37Ja40c; boiled linseed, $1 ;
raw linseed, 95c; pure lard, $lal 10; castor;
$1 50u$l AO; turpentine, 60a65c.
Saw Fbancisco, June 8, 1SS0.
Receipts 13,000 qr sks flour, 8,500 ctlsvbeut,
1,700 sks potatoes, 5,000 doz eggs, 1600 ctls oaU.
BUTTER Choice Cala., the market it active
but with a weak undertone.
EGGS Cala., the market is very soft; all
stocks are declining.
WOOL For California the market is weak
and sellers are unxious ; quotations entirely noin
nal. HIDES Dry and kip and calf, market is very
strong at l!c, very good lots 20c.
WHEAT The market is very dead and nom
inal at annexed quotations, $1 40a$l 60 for fair
to ktrictlv fancy lots.
OATS Feed, the market is well supplied and
works easily, excepting for the very best grades.
ONIONS AND POTATOES Decline steadily.
SALMON Columbia river market quiet but
BAGS Machine sewed, market is firm but
buyers show no anxiety.
GENERAL MERCHANDISE -Markets quiet
with no material change to note.
KSW YOBK MARKETS.
Nw Yrk, June 8.
FLOUR AND WOOL Dull.
Chicago, June 8.
WHEAT 1 08Jo$l 081 Jul v.
PORK f 10 30 July. 8. R$6 45.
A Thriving Firm.
A few days since we visited the large
furniture establishment of Shindler &
Chadbourne, who occupy a larpe store on
First street, running clear through to
Front street, between Morrison and Yam
hill. The gentlemen who comprise this
firm are men of good standing in busine",
circles as well as in society. Mr. J. S.
Chadbourne is a resident of San Francisco
where he owns one of the largest whole
sale furniture stores on the Pacific coast,
and being associated with Mr.Shindler he
is enabled to add attractions to their busi
ness which cannot be excelled by any
competing firms, as he constantly imports
large lots of furniture from the Eastern
States, and is enabled thereby to lay them
down at very low figures in this market.
Mr. G. Shindler is so well known here
that little is needed to be said of him. In
1857 he started in business with Mr. Hur
gren, and under the firm name of Hur
gren & Shindler, be has become known as
one of the most reliable business men in
the city. In September, 1877, he formed
a co-partnership with Mr. Chadbourne,
and his twenty years' experience gave
a pretty definite idea of what was neces
sary to suit the wants of this community.
Their large store is divided up into differ
ent departments, and in the whole will
cover a space of 50x200 feet, two stories in
height. Entering on First street, we find
a large display of carpets, mats, mirrors,
fine bed-room sets, etc. On the Front
street side we find a more general assort
ment of a cheaper grade. On the second
floor in one portion is a magnificent dis
play of parlor sets, among which are some
handsome ash sets, upholstered with
leather in a unique design, and being
their own make are warranted as durable
as they look. They have also a number
of haudsome parlor sets upholstered in
white, and wady to be finished up with
any class of goods purchasers may select.
In other departments we find an innu
merable variety of valuable furniture,
such a fancy ball racks, handsome side
boards, bed-room sets, ebonized with
mahogony panels, with writing desk at
tachments, eta ; fine office furniture of
every description, and in fact every arti
cle in this line that can be expected to be
found in a first-class furniture store. They
have a number of hand-i employed here
in various Hues' or tho business, but the
largcht portion of their work is done at
their factory on tho east side of the river,
about four miles above Hast Portland,
where they keep a force of about twenty
men employed in manufacturing furni
ture for their store. This factory is run
ly water power, ami therefore considera
ble of a caving, and this advantage they
turn to good account by making favorable
reductions on their goods. With all the
advantages which this firm possess, it is
not to be wondered at that they enjoy a
I nrge trade, which is constantly increasing
and adding wealth and prosperity to the
community in which they live.
Sleep Without a Monument. The
sea is the largest of cemeteries, and all
its slumberers sleep without a monu
ment. All other graveyards in all lands
show some symbols of distinction be
tween the great and small, tho rich aud
poor, but in that oceau cemetery the
king and clown, the prince and peasant,
are alike undistinguished. The same
wave rolls over all, tho requiem by the
minstrels of the ocean is sung in their
honor. Over their remains the storms
beat and the same sun shines; and there,
unmarked, tho weak and powerful, the
plumed anil unhonorod will sleep on
until, awakenod by the trumpet, the
sea will give up is dead. No marble
rises to point out where their ashes are
gathered. Yet the cemetery hnth orna
ments of which no other can boast. On
uo othor ore the heavenly orbs rerloctod
in such splendor. Over no other are
heard such sweet melodies.
G. A. J. OaUboli.of Brorkvllle, Canada, rer
lilies Hint bo was prontraletl by a inalarUI Ul
ease contracted In Texan, aud u quickly and
completely cured by th use of Warner' flafe
PHI and H!e Blllent. He ulda: "I aball nover
travel iu that climate wllnout your Hale Tills
and Hitters as part of my outflu"
The business revival and new era ol procper
Ity whlcb is uuw fairly Inaugurated. Is Iu keep
ing with the Innrenoed bealtb and bapplueMS
seen all over Ibe land, aud la one of the lenults
obtained from the Intro luctlon of Warner's
Hafe Kidney and Liver Cure. "The elutngei
wrought by this remedy," says Rev. Dr Hurvty,
seem but little less than miraculous."
Drs. Ptnrkey A Palen.of
sd with me supplies of their
. . ,
H For Invalids. A valuable
1)1 Remedy. Hentl for free para
Enable the deaf to hear. Hend for oirculars and
and terms of irUI-before purnliaso. If they fall
you need not try any nthnr 'phone. Address
li, K MATHEW8,
608 Montgomery strtot. Han Frwnolsco. Cal.
OmrE of Mkli.isBbos. 4 Co,
? St.. r
laj r IRT nT,is( rminr
Portland, uk, may
To Country Henidtulf.
In addition to our immense
Wo are now doing the largest
Of any honso in Oregon. Every mail
brings us orders from every district of
the Great Northwest, and we receive
hundreds of lettors expressing satisfac
tion with the goods we send.
Write to us for Anything you Want.
We will fill your orders at the same
prices as if you were purchasing at our
We will Guarantee Satisfaction.
If goods do not suit, you may return
WE WILL SEND YOU NEW GOODS.
WE DO NOT KEEP OLD ONES.
You will find our prices astonishingly
under any others you have had quoted,
ami our goods
ASCCOD AS THE BEST.
We want your trade; we will try to de
serve it. Send for samples and catalogue
MELLIS BROS. & CO.
Grand Mammoth Dry Goods Bazaar,
Klin Ihroiiuti 300 Feet, Ironi 126 Flrns
Btt. lo I'i7 Front us.. ortlin.l. Or.
. C. KRKRCK
John Epperly & Co.
Have Just opened a new
Feed and Commission House,
No 195 Front .tret, corner of Taylor, where
will be found a complete stock of htaple Gro.
California and Oregon Fruits and Produce
1 1- .... r Kn t Htnh a.rVirnpr Front and
Market. The only large corrall In the city for
1. now ptepared U furnish!
lm.liles. Ouutdes and Hun-I
I, .menlsoD theshort'-.t uo-l
tice. AiareH. i. i. j-uimrr.i
Made on Con.ltnmenti of
Cliriwty Ac Wise,
Wool Commission Merchants,
(07 Front St, Ban FraacUco,
34 Front Mt., Portland.
They Purify the Blood.
WILD GRAPE ROOT
I X L BITTERS.
They Cure Dyspepsia.
Wonderful virtue, of the Oregon Wild Grape
Itoot, the principal component of the I X L
Bitter. A tabieNpoonful of the I X L Bitter,
tnkeii Immediately after every meal Is a cer
lain cure for Dytpepsla. JunlirS
NO. 1 1 KEARNY ST.
Ban Francisco, Cal.
Treat Mil Chronic and flprrlal Dlttasra,
WHO MAY BE 8UFFFKINQ FROM
theetttcU of youthful lollies or lndl
eretlon, will do well loavail Ibemaelvenof this
the greatest boon ever laid at the altar of stiflei
Ihk humanity. DR. 81'INN EY will guarantee
to furlelt $500 for every case of Hemliial Weak
ness or private dlNeas? of auy kind or charac
ter which he undertimes and falls to core,
There are many men at the sue ot thlrtvto
Ixiy who are troubled with too frequent evac-
uanou. oi me uiauder, otten accompanied oy
a.llthl smarting or horning .enxatlon and a
weakening of the ytni In a niHBnerthe pa
tlonl cannot account fcr. On examining the
urinary deposit, a rop? sediment will often be
found, und sometimes small particle, of alhu
men will appear, or tte color will heofalh'n
milk Mi hue, again changing lo a dark aud
torpid appearatxre. There nre many men who
die of Hi is difficulty, Ignoiitnt of the cause,
which I. the second stage ofHcmlnal weakness.
Dr et. will guarantee a perfect cure In all .neb
caseN, aud a healthy restoration of the genito
Oltlce Hours-10 to 4 and 8 to 8. Rnnnays
fToui 10 to II a.m. I'nn.ultatlou I ret). Thorougb
examination and ajvlce, 5.
can or aduretu,
DH. RPIXKKY CO.
No. 11 Kenrny street, wan Francisco.
P. 8. For private diseases of short standing
a lull cmir.se of medlolue. sutliclent to cure,
with nHci-asnrv Instructions, will be sent to
any addiexa on receipt of teu dollars.
Warner's llaflt l'illa are an Immediate)
stimulus for a Torpid Liver, and euro Costive,
ness, nyapppsla. Biliousness, unions DlRrrhoM.
Malaria, Fever and Ague, and are useful at
time, in nearly all Disease, to cause a free and
regular arllnn of the llowels. Ttae tx'St .nil
dote fur all Malarial 1'olaun, Trice, Sic a box.
Warnrr'allaffcJIrrvlneqolckly give. Ilest
and fSlwp to the .utTerlng.cure. Headache and
Neuralgia, Prevents Epileptic Fits, and I. Ilia
best remedy fur Nervous Prostration brought
on by excessive drinking, over-work, mental
shocks and other cause. It relieves the rain
of all intense., and Is never Injurious to Ilia
system. The best of all Nervine, Unities of
and Itenlers in
Varppnd for Pamphlet
HODGE, DATIS at CO.. Ageuta.
WM. BECK & SON,
Inijiortcrs anil Dealers in
GUNS, RIFLES & REVOLVERS
Of Every Description.
Remington's, Sharp's, Ballard & Winchester
Base Balls, Prize Bats, Croquet Games,
Velocipedes, Archery, Lawn Ttnnis,
Of evorj description and quality.
Sturoeon I Ines and Hooks of all Kinds.
'4r. FHONT sI.IHCHstrwt, forOnnd
JEWKTT'S PURE. BOILED
Strictly Pure Atlantic
WIN HOW OLABH. BRUSHES, VARNISHE8,
C. T. RAYAOLDH A CO.'S COLOKH. ETC.
Window and IJllndw.
COCCINS A BEACH,
... uviikt uTUVPr. PORTLAND. OK.
General Agency AVKKILL Mixed Paint. Oldest
CANCER AND TUMOR CURED.
Birth Marks and wns removed wlthont the
n,oftb kalnior lo of blood. HDclm.r.
of ODCm lo boulea to.how. KortopT of wr
tlflcale from leading cllliens of eure. maile
rears ago In Oregon, and lull particulars, ad-
w nDtrvu u.lni lrirnn.
Until RepU-mbir, IsSO, and after that lime at
fie will . iijw n 7 "
Tnoul eof Mr. Joun lirook.. oppo.lt ert sate
of islr Ground.; ordrop a lelK In lb 8aleno
Postoffloe. Ha eipeet. to flail JHalem event
rear durtnr Uio Wale Kalr; also Portland lust
before or after tba Pair, and ran be found at
the leading hotel., all of which Umely notloe
will be liven In tbla and other leading Plr
s par rrqalrMl wBtll ewre la caTrct4. His
many eertlflMitea nre from aome of tb best
men In ibe Hiate. and we ean Tooeh for Ibelr
veracity. Hla eertiflcAtea woold All nn enure
oolDmn In On prink
SHlNDLR & CHADBOURNE,
Manufacturers of Furniture
JlnT KM KIVKD
W A. L 1 1?
Direct from Eastern
Front and First Sts. bet. Morrison and Yamhill.
WHAT DO YOU REQUIRE
FOR THE HARVEST OK 1880 ?
Knapp, Burrcll & Co.
33 and 34 Front, and 32 and 34 First Streets, PORTLAND, OREGON.
UEALKKN IM AGRlCULTUBAIi IHFLEMESTit, KTC. (
Sell the Ruin Wagon, Hodges' Header with Improvement for 1880, Marsh Harvester
with feeif-Uindew, Md'ormiik Harvester with 8elf-Uiuders, hger bulky 1 tike,
Thomas Sulkv Kake, Buffalo Pitta Separators and rowers, bprlnij Wagons, Oliver
Chilled Metal Plows, Moline Plows, Garden City Plows, r riedumn Patent "a'jowa,
La Dow Wheel Harrows, Broadcast Seeders and Cultivators, 0rc!uti Seed JJnlls,
Horne Hay Forks, Champion Grain Rosters, Pacille Fanninc Mil ", trench BurrU
Old Quarry Mill Stone, Mill Picks, Proof Stalls. Siuutters, Uoltinj? Cloth, Leather and
Rubber Belting, Scales, Hoes, Churns. Cider Mills, Feed Cutters. Scythes, Snaths,
Cradles, Forks, Road Scrapers, Canal Barrows, Grind Stones and fixtures, lhreshintr
Kni-ines, Portable and Stationary Etlgines, Saw Milis, Saws, bonce iro, Barbod and
Putin, etc. Reduced Prices on Bolting Cloth and Grist Mill Machmory, of which wo
keep only the best qiiulitv. No second-band or condemned goods in block.
If you have their tWiotte for 187!, send for Supplmnil ami Iru-e Lut for 1880.
Ask for the Catuloene ifvotidonot have it. ' ,iun4ml
J. I. CASE THRESHING
New Improved Threshing Machine for 1880.
IKSS BELTS. NO CLOGGING OF SEIVES. NO CRACKING OF GRAIN.
NO WASTING OF TIIK FARMER'S GRAIN.
Jt In tle Maohluo for Threnhermon to Iluy.
THE CELEBRATED PINCER VOODBURY POWER
FOUR BULL PINIONS. NOT A COG BROKEN IN 10UR " EAlvh.
Warranted to Run Lighter and be Stronger than uny other Tower. 2000 sold In 1879.
SELF-PROPELLING ENGINES FOR 1880.
Roversiblo Forward nnd Ruck ward. Blw-8, 10, 12, and 15 Hone-powor.
J. I. CASE HEADER.
BEWARE OP IMITATIONS.
. ,. ,-.T, n i n.n,u tin iii 'I'tinv nnlv ununified those
Tim lloiliros l aN6 anil n ow w uo to
namcH to S thtfir worthless machines. Tho
our ttuthoriised agents,
8r...l forClrsulnr ao.l ITIee I...t.
mBV2tml 6. W.
The Great English Remedy
I never-falling rum
for Nervous liwlillliy,
Hperma'orrhea, !. I'
tency. Paralysis ai.d
all tne terrible erTHot.
of Helf Abuse, youth
ful folllts, and exces
ses In maimer ye.rs
such as los. or Mem.
orv.I jw.ltuite. Noctur
',!f-!!!T....... w-.V.T7n to Hocletv. OlmneM of
VlHlon, Noise. In the head, he vital fluid
passing unoh.erved In the urine, and many
other die- that lead to luanity and death.
IHl. MINTIK Tll aitree to forfeit !
Hundred Ilollarafor acaseof tin. kind the
Vl. il. K.iOlA's,IVs6(under hi. siieolal
advice and iretment; will not cu r. , or for
anvthlnir Impure or Injurious found In It.
l . M i H I I treat. .11 Private Uiwaae. nv
cesafully without meroury. ;,;''"u?l"
Frae Thorouijh examination and auv.r-. lii.
cliidloijan.ly.l-ofnrliie, lri tsl. frlceof yilnl
Ke.i...tl i. $1 l lr bottle, or lour times
UieouantltyforSIUOll; sent to any h.U,U--
"nVcelptof prlce.or O O. I... iwwure from oh
sirvatlon, end In private name If desired, by
sir , A. K. MIS TIK, M. U.
II laenruy atreei.haa -.nielw, hI.
IK. IINTI.' KII)!Er HBIIM.V.
PKKIICI'W.cnre all kind, of kidney
and Bladder Complaints. Oonorrhun. jlMl,
Iuoorr.a. Kor sale by all druggt.t.; II W a
boitle: ix botll-. for 15 ().
1M. MISlllK'H IlOrl.l PILIJ1
1H. nnuKPHA anil
are tne nK ion cur" T-.n
iiooUE. 4l t o. Portland. Or.
w hnleaale A-ni. marlltf
FEVFR AND AGUE
u.ir. I'nra for Fever and
Au, DypP". Nenralria
and Khenmail.m. No Med-
ill liriii.lnUi. Price fi. set.t
y mail, watwh tu.,
.it u mrkmt mt . Han Kranclnco.
A feu la for the Pact(leCoau
A. C. CIBB.
CIBBS & DIMCHAM
Attorneys and Counsellors at Lfw
Portland, t t I Orrgoa.
Office. 8 and 9, over First National Bank
partiemar aueotloo paid to baalneaa In tb
CnttAd buu eoorla.
I 1 1 iCJI I
Wholesale and Retal Dealer!
MIRRORS, WALL PAPER, ETC.
A NEW MT OF
u. 1? K X
H KSITIKE FACTORY,
Four Miles from East Portland.
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J. I. Case Header U on U jjold byn. and
Jl L LAS3L X' U W
Brand. Hoa. i t Pnrtlntad, "
STAYER. Aqpnt for Oregon and Washington.
I have got It bad-tlmt annoying ringing
Dim cl Iu my ear. and oan but blame Qululue
lor It, which I tiHik, in vain, to cure the Fever
nd Auue. Hucb you can hear every day.
Winder' Hure.Bafe aud Speedy Fever and
rtKiie mixture, a purely venewble remedy, und
Haiaria win nut uiumn uu.
. prler One Hollar por llnltte.
vH..n.i.Dl.l timllnr will itr! It for vou.
r 1 Will 1'lukH... " ' "
"TheOrlglual.'' Insist upon having it.
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