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LATEST NEWS SUMMARY.
T TsU.st4VRAPII TO BATS.
Forty thousand fnnu art lubfcritad
in Fftrii for lulTereri by Hit bit Quebec
Thn Iron trade has advaocftd the Drica
of bar Iron at I'biladelpbia one-tenth of
one cent per pounu.
Waub Allen, a negro murdererer, was
taken from jail on the stun by forty
maskers ana naiigeu.
Canadian Pacific shareholders have
piaaed resolutions authorixing tbe issue
of$25,000,Q00 for bondi.
Sixty-five liquor dealers were arrested
tVllKebarre, Ia.,OQ tbe 20th for keep-
ins open oars on nunuay.
The potato crop In Ireland promises to
be good and plentiful, ana a large marglu
for export is eipeciea.
Over 1000 mill laborers at Euu Cluire,
Wisconsin, and vicinity have struck for
a reduction in hours from twelve to ten
Patrick Egun has purchased the Dublin
Irishman, thus placing the whole of the
national journals in Ireland under control
of the league.
Tbe Irish agricultural laborers' strike
bus already spread to almost every part
of county ura, rears are enierutiueu
fur the safety of the harvest.
The latest ballot taken in the New
York legislature for senator stood Lap'
ham, 6tt; Potter, 45; Conkllng, 28; Wood
ford, 1; necessary to a choice 72.
The great strike of nail makers at Staf-
fordsbire, which met last uiontn, wneu
30,000 operatives went out, has ended by
tbe masters having conceded the advance
Tbe society of friends having charge of
William Penn body has formally de
clined the proposition of the Pennsylvania
legislature to remoye toe body to
The Cincinnati brewers' strike con
tinues, but work progresses In all
1 branches, and the proprietors claim that
they can nil the places of the strikers and
suuer no luuuuveuieuce.
The Ohio state convention of the tern
perunce reform society decided to oppose
any canuiunte wno opposed local option
and to give support to wnoever mvora
suppression of the liquor tratnc.
The Lincoln National Bank has been
organized in New York city; capital,
$300,000. With it is incorporated uudfr
the same board the brand central uo
posit Company.'' Mayor Grace is the
head of the enterprise.
An anti-Jewish meeting was held at
Berlin on tbe l'Jtti, 2000 people present
A resolution was adopted to the effect that
the semitlcs should separate from the
nnti-progressionlsts, as conservatives have
A moss meeting at Dallas, Tex., pro-
tested against Gov. Roberto' refusal to
participate in Gov. Foster's proposed
thanksgiving, and resolved to observe the
day named by Foster and invite other
Texas cities to do likewise.
Constructors of the Big Sandy Railroad
are greatly obstructed by ar organization
of outlaws calling themselves "natives,"
who tear up tne track and snoot work
men. Tbe locul authontes seem power
less to afford a remedy.
National Amateur Press Association
hold their next anriual session in Detroit.
Corresponding secretary, Warren J.
Mies, Detroit; recording secretary, John
J. Wiossert. Pittsbureh; first vice presi
dent, Frank E. Day, Cedar Rapids,
Col. John G. Woods, a rich old man
living alone in Franklin county, Missouri,
wits mysteriously murdered on Monday,
the 18th. His throat was cut and his
body stabbed in several places, dragged
from his bed and thirty feet from the
An Irishman, aged 18, named Patrick
Tilfour Hickie, was arraigned at Bow
street court on tho 10th And remanded
for threatening to kill Right Hon. Wm.
JE. Forester, chief secretary of Ireland, un
. less he relieved Irish subjects and re
signed his office.
A new board of directors of the Colum
bus & Hocking Valley and Ohio West
Virginia railroad, selected by the Cleve
land syndicate met and consolidated the
three lines, which will probably be known
as the Columbus, Hocking Valley & To
ledo railroad. Stockholders meet August
2d to confirm the action of tbe directors.
Over six millions of stock have been
Near Tipton, Mo., a man and his wifo,
named Easily, while returning from
laboring on a 'farm, lay down to rest. The
wife was awakened by a noise and a
' shock, and found her husband shot. She
ran to the nearest house, whose owner
discovered that she was shot through the
head, and her husband shot through the
brain, dead. She says he was jealous,
thinking her unfaithful.
O'Donnell, home ruler member of par
liament for Dungarvan, writes to the
Times, claiming that the government has
virtually abandoned the emigration
clause of the land bill by inserting a pro
vision limiting expenditure to 200,000, to
spread over a period of three years. But
for this concession he says that tbe gov ernment
could only have passed the
clause after expelling all home rule mem
bers. As the clause now stands home
rulers regard it as a complete fiasco.
Geo Coles, bookkeeper of Miner's
theater, was shot, probably fatally, 'at New
ork on the 20th, by Mrs. Coleman, wife
of the captain of a schooner, and whom
he had seduced, leading to a suit for di
vorce by her husband. Mrs. Coleman,
under arrest for shooting Coles, treasurer
of Miner's theater, was committed to
await the result of Coles' injuries. Coles
lies at the hospital in a dying condition.
In his ante-mortem statement he states
that ho visited her a number of times but
did not know she was married. She
represented herself to him as a single
Within the past few days the New
York state board of health, through its
nannary committee, nas taken ii
which will be likely in due time to pro
duce no little commotion. Inspectors
have been appointed to select and an
alyze samples of butter, beer, baking
powders, baker chemicals, cocoa, cordials,
canned fruit, confections, cereals, cheese,
meats, extracts of fish and fruit essences,
ether, gelatine, honey, ice cream, milk,
molasses, lard oil, olive oil, quinine,
sugar, syrups, soda water, spices, spirit,
tea, wine and all pharmaceutical prepara
tions. The object of this analysis is to
carry into execution a law enacted by the
legislature at its present sessslon to pre
vent adulteration of food and drugs.
Judgipg from similar investigations al
ready made in this and other states start
ling results may be looked for after these
At a meeting calling itself a "Revolu
tionary Congress," held In London on the
18th, delegates from various parts ol
Europe and America, representing the
extreme democratic party identified with
lierr Most, the impruoned Socialist were
present About 7000 were in attendance,
mostly workmen. Red flags were dis
played. Mrs. Lecompte, an American
lady delegate, described the disappoint
ments of small furmers going w est de
pending on illusory promises of emigrant
agents, and how great capitalists, in the
POMtOKeiou of railways, oppreM the
laborers and raise the price of food iu
seaboard states. Louie Michel, the am
nestied French communist, then spoke,
and male delegates from America,
Switzerland and Germany followed.
Prince Krapelkine ,tbe Hussian socialist,
applauded tbe assassination of several
Russian generals. It transpired during
the proceedings, that the socialistic con
gress prohibited at Zurich is sitting se
cretly in London.
Tribune editorial: Attention has lately
been directed by tho maritime register to
another abuse of power by Pacific rail
road companies. Some years ago, it will
be remembered, that tbe companies
crushed the competition of the Pacific
mail steamers and Panama route by dis
criminating against merchants who pat
ronized them. The practice was to give
heavy rebates to shippers who should
send all classes of goods by mail, but to
charge exorbitant freights upon those
who attempted to send only costly snd
perishable goods in that manner, and use
the other line foi bulky articles. The
plan which worked so successfully in the
case of the Panama route has been ap
plied to sailing vessels that go around
Cape Horn. Merchants in San Francisco
who avail themselves of these means of
transportation find It Impossible to obtain
any concessions from the railroad cora
panics, while rivals in business who pat
ronizo the land route exclusively, are
favored regularly with enormous rebates
on all classes of shipments. This abuse
of power is of a piece with that pointed
out by Congressman Daggett, of Nevada,
who showed in his speech to congress lost
fall that tbe regular tariff to inlaud points
is made up by adding the through rates
to ban t rancisco to tbe local rates from
San Francisco back to way stations. Con
gress has power to remedy these impu
dent exactions, and no power could meet
with so much favor among tbe people as
the shaking of a little sense Into the
managers of corporations whicn were
founded through national aid and are
fast becoming mere instruments of public
oppression and private greod.
The Times' special from Santa Fe says:
Alarming reports reach here from the
Navajoe reservation. Some time ago
Galen Eastman, a minister of the Presby
terian church, had by a series of ill-timed
and ill-advised acts so excited the Nava-
joes that they threatened his lite and de
manded a new agent, me interior de
partment, to quiet them, suspended
Eastman and turned the agency over to
Capt, Bennett, of the tub. cavalry, who
possesses much Influence witu tne sav
aces. Capt. Bennett's administration
soon settled the restless Indians, and
during the past year, with the exception
of occasionally getting drunk and stealing
stock, they have given no trouble. A few
days ago Rev. Galen Eastman acuin ap
peared on tho scene witu orders rrom the
interior department to relieve Capt.
Bennett and take charge of the agency.
He Immediately gave otlense to the Na
vaioes and they commenced to hold a
powwow and snow tneir dissatistaction.
The commanding officers at Fort Wingate
reports to district headquarters that the
Navajoes are restless, are assembling
armed and mounted and uemanu tne im
mediate recall of Eastman and want Capt.
Bennett back as their agent, who they
say will not steal and will treat them justly.
There are not sufficient troops in New
Mexico to keep them quiet Bhould they
be inclined to revolt. Officers at Wingate
believe they will kill Eastman unless the
government speedily removes him. It is
reported that nis first move was an en
deavor to make the Indians go to church
and stop using tobacco. They number nt
least UOOO bucks and are tne oniy tnue
that is increasine. There seems little
doubt among well informed persons that
should Eastmau remain he will share
Moves not Worn.
Hpart-hurninof is a feeble term for the
state of anguish into which various strata
nt AniArii'an nnnlmcrucv finds itself
plunged anent the fateful question of
gloves or no gloves, wasuingion, wuere
new notions penetrate slowly, was as
nniulioil HAvnml times diirir.ir the season
just passed, by the incursion of various
traveled glasses of fasnion ana moius oi
form who made their way into the re
publican court ungloved. This was
naturally an innovation mat struox ais
may into the ranks of capitolian society.
Tho cnntpRt wncfid violently for a time.
but the ungloved invadera carried the
day, and the glove is now soiemniy bdoi-
i.r.m niilitu ocu.iotv Tlia funk il-
louou uuui jw.iw u""y w --
lustrotes the whimsical basis upon which
conventions rest. une uay me
Prince of Wales, who is very stout
nrwl vrv fiit- and whose hands are not
comfortable in gloves, owing to a disa
greeable tendenoy to moisture, urove on
in a hurry to hold a levee for the Queen.
On arriving at the drawing room he found
himself glovelesa. It was too late to
send, and as it would not have been eti
nnottfl fnr the rest to wear cloves when
the Prince had none, the ceremony was a
gloveless one. Thenceforth gloves were
banished from the great social ceremo
nies and even on the street. The fash
ion has come to this country. During
the last two years gentlemen have ap
nonmrl nvervwhere nncloved in the
street, the drawing room, the opera and
the theater, in franco, nowever, u
trnnM Im considered as improper to ap
pear in a drawing room ungloved as un
shod. But as gloves are cheaper on the
continent than in this country or Eng
land, the proprieties may be observed at
less cost. 1 1 uuauujpuin xiuii-b.
A statue of Byron, the work of a mod
ern Greek sculptor, is about to be erectt
ed to his memory at Missolonahi. I
was paid for entirely by subscription, ot
which none but Greeks were allowed to
contribute, and when completed it will
bear the following inscription, in hex
ameter verse, from the pen of 31. Dem
eitrio Semitelo, professor at the Univer
sity of Athens: "Pause, traveler aud
look on Byron.the glory of England and
the honor "of the daughters of Mnemo
syne, who loved him so well. In mem
ory of his noble acts the Greeks of our
day have united in rawing this marble to
him. He it was, who, when Greece was
in the agony of the conflict, came to her
aid and encouraged her heroes."
Batter making, when properly under
stood and skillfully followed, is one of
the most profitable branches of farming.
The amount of oreani, and hence of
wealth, that is worse than wasted,
arought up aa it ia into a Tilo compound
miscalled butter, but which has no more
resemblance to good butter than soar,
musty bread has to a light, sweet loaf, is
incalculable. This stuff, which is sold
at six to eight cents a pound, would, if
rightfully manufactured, been worth 20
to 25 cents. Hundreds of dollars are Ipst
to the farmers ot Nebraska in this way
Butter making is a fine art and first
class artists are comparatively rare.
There is no danger of overstocking the
market with a prime article. The de
spised and vilified oleomargarine com
petes successfully with much of the
trash, but stands no sort of chance in
competition with mil edge.
The establishment of creameries and
butter factories throughont this State
would add thousands to the revenue of
the farmers, and at tho same time lessen
the labor, expense and risk of the pres
ent slipshod methods of handling the
products ot tne dairy. auiton register,
Prone to Bid.'1
Jesophus E. Turner was a popular and
prosperous young lawyer at Titusville,
Pa., twelve years ago. Ho embarkod in
an txtensive scheme for swindling the
government of pensions, his assistant be
ing a woman who personated tbe wives
oi numerous myinicaa soiuiers. no was
convicted in twelve cases and sentenced
to twenty-four years' imprisonment. On
his way to the prison he plunged through
a car window, though he was ironed at
his wrists and ankles, and the train
was going at the rate of thirty miles an
hour. He fell into a frozen stream,
breaking through the ice, and was sup
posed to be drowned; but he really es
caped with a broken shoulder, and for
more than a month skulked in woods and
barns, suffering severely from cold, hun
ger and his unset shouluor. He could not
break off the shackles, and was betrayed
by a blacksmith, whom he asked to cut
them off. After serving five years ho was
pardoned. Coiner to Bernor Springs.
Michigan, he started life anew among
strangers, and acquired a good legal
practice. His experience ought to Have
been a sufficient warning, but it has not.
He is now undor arrest for forgery.
A.X AGE Or rHOOKKHSlOX.
We could not help bat observe at our late lUte
fair tbe great Improvement In mechanical art,
especially In tbe Une ot harvesting machinery. We
were more particularly luipreaaed with the exhibit
bf the 1. 1. Case Threshing Machine Co., and the J.
I. Cane Flow Co. of Racine, Wlaconaln. Through
(heir Portland branch houae managere. Messrs. Bta-
ver A Walker, they bad the Urges! display ever
ahown on the grouuda by one Ami. Their exhibit
eonalated of three enginea, one-borae power four
aeparatora, one header, ana laat nut not leant, a large
assortment of plowa, Tbe value of their large
exhibit, we are iuformed, waa nearly $10,0u0. We
flrat noticed their new abnrt apron separator, pro
nounced the woet perfect grain aavlng machine ever
made. Then cornea their four bull pinion Ulngee
Woodbury power with reveraible bull-wheel. The
managers claim It la impossible to break eoga
out of title power. Over 3000 now In the field, and
not a cog broken. Their new patent balance eelf.
adjusting header la one that the company may well
feel proud of; next la their new Agitator, a machine
rightly named aa It will aureljr agitate the laat grain
from the atraw. Tbe Urgent one Uu-lncb cylinder
with 50-luch rear la the beat model of a tbreahlng
machine we ever aaw, It waa mouuted on atroug
Iron wbecle. Tbe pulleys fur belta bave a alx-lncb
face. The machine haa mure separating capacity
than any machine ever built. Next la their engine
department with a powerful eelf-propelllng, self,
ateerlug Iron-wheel engine. It looked as though It
waa endowed with life, propelling Itself without
any visible power except the engineer, who drlvea
aud guides It with ease. They bad an engine on ex
hibition that la constructed so aa to burn either
wood, atraw or coal, and can he changed from one to
the other In a few minutes' time. Next their plowa
call attention. Their center-drsft sulky plow, con
structed of malleable iron and ateel, la perfect In
every respect. They also had a steel-arch cen
ter draft wood beam, warranted not to
clog under the beam. Tbelr atcel-beam
center-draft, both atubble and clipper, are
also warrsnted not to clog under beam.
Next la their wood beam, aide draft plow; then
their genuine chilled plow, and also a line prairie
breaker. They were awarded first premium on Sep.
arator and thresher, complete horse power tbreah
lng rig, complete steam power threshing rig, header,
furtable engine wood atraw and coal burner, aul
y, chilled, steel beam atubble, ateel beam clipper,
ateel arch wood beam, wood beam atubble plow and
We asked the managers If they were not proud of
their several premiums? They said they wen used
to that, aa the "Case" goods are alwaya on top.
We should advise anv one before purchasing any.
thing In their line to give Messrs. Slaver k Walker
a call. Oregonlan.
Aloxander Swift, brother-in-law of the
Cary sisters, Alice and Phuebe, has
bought the old Learv homestead at Cin
cinnati, known as "Clovernook," and in
tends to repair tbe building and make
the grounds a memorial park in honor of
the departed early occupants.
At the State Fair just closed, Frank O.
Aliell of Portland, took first premium for
largest photographic work, photographic
views, colored photographs, cabinet pho
tographs, panel photographs and boudoir
photographs. M.. A bell also was awarded
a gold medal for superior general exhibi
tion in bis line. Abell leads the art of
theStato iu the opinion of competent
The erUJ Medal.
The handsome gold medal given by
the State Agricultural Society to Frank
O. Abell for the undoubted superiority
of his photographio work is an exhibi
tion at Henrichsen & Greonberg'a in
Portland. It was given to a deserving
rfunder's 8. S. S. Fever and Ague mix
ture. A sure shot.
111..A ISTA FOTTKKV.
TC1IOL.KOAI.K liKI'UT ur, ua jm iioou
A. M. ;n!lli l'rni,, iiutmnai-lureii Oram tue, alone
ware. Iluwer poti, vnM-s, lire brick, etc. Country
irl-m lillM promptly.
"si. II. PTITi u. 70 Knint sln-t. Ultolrsitla
dealer In ( allfurnlm and leilr-an (mil and produce.
C'luiia It" and Nut nil at low rnl.
MORNfTH IAl.AlT"OI'AaITTlie (Parting
hoiiM for picture (runic and moulding., wholesale
' and recti. l"4iicy goods and artmu' niaierUlna i-o
taiy. IU lirsi street Portland. Ct. Uurwtui,
AIT'.RSrtai VI UW,
trkOUi: 41 M K A II Houm U, second tlHir
I loon Work. A H leaJ buidiira attended to In Or
enu aJKl the T en-Jjru-a. Collecuoua made aud peu
I. DAKZIGFK. Hooma II and II, Pnlon Block
riMuiar attention to Collectivize, Coxuulatotitf
aud ouu7 buaiorea.
B rHTOV HOraE Tfaaa oV War Prop., renwr
1 liird and F !-. rWrd and l.fdir l prdy.
fcVr, A(,4 bafa-ftfe to aul (com boaia and uauia
Wbeayoa go to Portland be eertala sd4
visit Isaac Barman, The Clothier, at It is ths
only store In which yon eaa o easily oootnet for
an ou Ult and be iur of receiving satisf action. Or
end your order; state your sIm snd quality of
goode desired, and If you do not receive tbem
aa ordered don't accept tbem. Addreaa ISAAC
UAltMAN, Ths Clothier, corner Flrat sd
Washington itroeU, Portland Oregon.
Prof. Uarkneas, of the Washington
Observatory, says that the earth proba bly
passed through the tail of the new comet
some weeks ago.
ton will alwaya feel food and never have sour
stomach If jou drink Daiulaae Blltrre.
Tbe "Ladies' Emporium and Lees Houae," J.
B Oarnaon k Co., 1ST Third street near Yam
bill, Cortland, Or. Tbe Buret aamrtiuent ol real
snd cheap I area and embroideries In Oregon,
The old made young and the weak strong by drink.
Bg Daulana ill Iters, the great tome.
"Q. H. P. Co. (New HerleO.'No
IN THE PRICK OF
PTANOS & OHGAN8
PIANOS fc OliGANS
- riarrsr.. nrr. nsr. and ash,
Is offering NEW full sized
7-octave Upright Tianos, war.
ranted for flvo years, at the
low price of
5-octnvo 1-oi lng k Blake PAL
ACE ORGANS at the reduced
Call and examine these Inslmniouts.
Illuatrated rataloane Mil npo lk
sr Order direct and sara ths large oommlaaloni
paid to traveling egenw.
SIBSON, CHURCH I CO.,
EXPORTERS OF WHEAT AND FLOUR,
In the Market t all tlmee for the abeve
Address lie for Information aa to valuea,
or Terina of Coualarnuirnt.
CAiXlirTA AM) OAKLAND BAGS for
eatle In lota to ault.
Stencil marks furnished free on nppllra.
SEAL ENGKAYF.K, 8S FIKST Sis
H FATA I KANT THE II EST IN THE CITY
All Modern Improvement. Open all day.
,1. II. HHKNXF.K, Proprietor.
Eclcctlcriiyslcian & Surgeon
113 Morrl.nn Nt., opposite Cewloas
( Houae, renliind.
DR. BtlRMAN THKATS DIHKAWt AT II 18 IK.
atltute, IIS Morrison street, liy the latml system
of MwIIi bI llynlene, M pmetlred at the nioet cele
brated Hydropathic and HyitlMilo Iiisiltiilea In hu
rope, where he studied tills system, which Includes
the use of Klectrlc llatlii, Ualvaiiiiatlon, Vapor and
Medicated Hatha, etc., etc. lloth acute and chroiiM
di'aaea are cured by this aystein with aatoiiWiliii
success, often without the necessity of medicines,
which are only given In cases v. hero specially Indi
ans' a few apartment furnished for the convenience
of patients from a dlsmnce.
Terms for delly treatment or for a course call be
learned on appllcullon at 111 Morrison street.
Consul unions free.
Everding & Farrell,
PROVISIONS AND FEED OF ALL KINDS,
A'der and Front streets Portland.
HOGS end CATTLE.
Dish faced Ilerkshlrea and Mntrlo
-T -n 1 OIWN'I, ..lima I ik 1 1 mno J.iw, l.
. 4 I' viwtie. Write, enclosing stamp, for clr
Cnse i nilar and price 111 to WILLIAM
MI.KS, , Angeles, ChI, mull
SEWING MACHINE 8TORE,
167 Third Ntreet, Portland, Oregon.
DEALER IN AM, KIM)H OF RKVIXd MA
chines, Needli-s, Oils and Attachment. Affenta
i..m rW..lu 11. ...... U'liu..n kit. ...... U ,..k.. U...
IniC MHchuie, Affent for the 1). linwe Manufacturing
Miu'hlne. Hewing Machine rcptilred and warranted
fur one year A reduction of 3) er cent. Iu (Sewing
aiaciunes; correHMinuence soiH'iiea.
Tasnhlll street, bet. 4th east fftk, Portlatnd.
CHEAPEST TIIOTOS IS P0UTLAXD.
I'AHINKTH, tier Dosen fenf)
CAH1M, per lxiten i
GOOD WORK AT LOW KMT PUICIA.
W. G. JENNE Sc CO., -
100 Front trf, hft. Mark and WtMhlngton. Portland
, AitiiVinr fit iitmJKlnR of Orw, Minora! Watra.elc
Oim' muy tm tiUI mirl Htlver, ft ; immmyn, Kt,
Until iUftt No'it'til himI ham Duulv. Onlera by mU
will r--ivr prompt atinil'ii.
Paid is Inatallmentt
mswii,'"'t,'f i aa uifi la-wssn n s is
SBYEZOUR, SABIBI t CO.,
PORTLAND BRANCH HOUSE.
We hare corns to tne PACIFIC COAST to stay, with oar
Minnesota Chief Threshers and Engines.
THE CHIEF IS OIJJLIuAJSrTEEr)
The Lightest Runnine,
The Best Grain Cleaning,
The Greatest Grain Saving:,
The Fastest Seed Threshing
Least Expensive Thresher in tho Market.
Oar ELWARD EQUALIZING POWER is the Simple
and Strongest Power made.
OUR MACHINE) FOR THIS TRADE ARE Bt'ILT ESPECIALLY FOR THE COAST. WE ARE SOU
AQKNTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
MOmtlNON BRO.'S PLOWS,
WHITEWATER WAGONS. -
4aT-For further lufurmaUon sod dostrlptlre calalofuea iddrtes
SEYMOUR, SARIN & CO.,
Office and aalearootDi, Vadium street, between Front and F.rst, Portland.
CIIAS. HIKSTEL & CO.,
! Fire ni. and 11 Frwit Nt., rerllemd, Or
Importers and Wholesale Dealers In
CIGAIIS AND TOBACCOS,
STATION r.Br, MOTIONS, TOT",
Bole Areuls fur laha Filer's OoM Peas aad
Jeaetto Hole A. nls fnr ataltWa "late, attar,
aad Taoataa' Wrttaa lake,
8PF.CIAL PIHCOCSTH I WIIOOL BOOKS
WM. PFUNDKR, BOLE PROPRIKTOR.
Orrfon Famed SpeolOe forlbla Cllmats
Beware of Ferer snd Ague, .
TIIKSt'TKHOWR KRMSDY T.1 MA1V
J. 0. DURNEF. &, CO.,
Every Description of Plain and Fancy Can
dles, Wholesale and Retail.
HAVINQ HAD 12 YEAR9 EXPERIENCE IN
two of the lsrtest Candy Faolurloa in Han
Francisco, wholerala bujers can rely upon buying
C'audlii aa low as Iu Han Krauvlsro. Our koihIb are
all pure and highly flavored, aud I ono but fresh
Candlva rent to the trade, and wo manufacture ihe
latveal vailety In PorUaud. (live ua a trial order
anil see (or yuursoll.
POSTOFFICE CANDY STORE,
FIFTH AND MORRISON STREET,
OPPOSITE POST OFFICE, PORTLAND.
D. J. MALAHKET & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IM
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Foreign and Domestic Produce.
Vft nua tke sale r Dairy Prod aee a Specialty
Conslfnmenta end ordere enllelted. Ittera of hw
qnlry promptly answered. Weekly Prlcee Currant
Dialled free on application.
LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE OR
t aad IS rStOXT STKEXT, rOntTLUTO
EX BHIP "EMPIEE"
Direct from New York,
The following line of
t.Uflit Furnlliire No. I, Dark Furniture No. 1. I.lilit
Cou li No. I, y.l. Heavy CiiimI No. I, Genuine Alinliol
Nlicllac, Kilra hiilrlta Khnllae, Ks. Heavy White
llamar, Hlauk Aaplialluin, llniwn Juuan. .
A II Hie above line of V A It N IHII KM we are prepared
to furnish In barrel or ran loin. They are f rum the
well known niaiiufiu'tiiry of Wlllluin Tllileu and
Htnkes. Ilavlnx piireliuHi'd the above hefoie the re.
enlalvanr,e, we are eimtiled to make heller prices
than ever before offered In tills market,
F. E. BEACH & CO.,
103 Front St, Portland
iMtU ljnprovDcntK. Superior to AIX.
1 ff OikhU wmfrtuiled. fcita.biiiid
V W ifr fiic iwii Low Uua Mbtrt
tUrM m Im. TOifWrtmwlfi tit. Su FrtncMco, CtvV
Tho Great English llcmcdy.
V I i ftfvpr Inlllng flirvfor
frviliin iniMiil T , I'.a noun
imI VIIhIII vJ-miiml VVfuk-
hi iffirw of Hflf-AtiUM
Vomtiful llln, Mid fx-ct-m
til main re r jrtnr
iiurh ah ItM of Memory,
I ArwItuitNiM'tnniuL Knits
xaaatAM tn tsVa4ai mt
.'fjyawn r,v,v.; v, vision. Noiea
rfj (f'&S 4 In the Head: the vital rliilil
.J 1 uumlna uii.iIhmttwI In til
unne.ainl uuuiy utlirr Okeiuiea that lead to Insanity
I) K. MIXTIE will narree to forfeit rive If anrired
IX.IIor. for a mm of this klmt the VITAL Ki
nTMKATIVKiumlerhlaaiKv'ial ailvlee aiul treat
ni. ntialll mrtmre: or fc.r am thlna: Impure or Injurt
one found In It. II tC MIM'IKtn au all prlvule
diMwars stHTeapfnlly wllhoill men urv. 1'aa.ullallnB
fnf. Thoroiiub eiiiiiiliuiiioii and lulvli e, Iik luiin
analvatnof unue,.')ll. I'm-e i.f Vlli.l Hliratlv
i t 00 a iKittle, nr four tlmee the ijuKiitiiy, iu tu; sent to
any eMrei upon receipt of pru e, or (!. o. Ii., iwut
Iruin oovrvauou; audio private rin. It Ui-trKl, by
A. K. MIV TIK, II. .,
1 1 Kearny alrret, kaa fraarlM-a, CuL
TIH. MIXTlF. a KIUIEY HMMir, Nb
Pll atari 14 i n, cure all kinds of Kidney and
Hiadd.-r C.hoIInU. (Kinorrlin-a, (fleet, I-ueorrhira
lor sale by ad drulu; al a bottle, all bullies fur H
ns uilTlrl nann.loaj Pll.l.a) are
the tnl aiidehei,jest U t sP.PMIAand HIUUll
eure In the market. Kur sale by all dniaifiHta.
MolM.fc, VAVIrt A IU.. I'onlaod, Or.. Wbleal
tnnrraaaD MAacailS. int.
mil g COUNT C1NCD0N WAS THI SPANISH
7inroy la Feia, In 1090, The Countest, bli U,
tu prostrated by to. tntermltteDt feror, froam
whtcb the waa freed by Ihe use of tbe nailre rem
edy, tbe MRU VIAN BARK. or. u It wu called la
tbe laoiua. of tbe country, "Quinquina." Grate
ful for ber recovery, on brr return to Xurope la
1C33, she Introduced the remedy In Bpttn, where It
wai known under nrloui names, until Llnunoj
called It CINCHONA, In he nor of the lady who
bid brought them that which iu more precloua
than the gold of the Iucaa, To thli diy, alter a
lipte of two hundred aud fifty lean, science hu
given ni nothing to take Hi placo. It effectually
curea a morbid appetite for itlmulanti. by rertor
Ing the nituntl tone of the aioaach. It attack
exconlve lore of liquor aa it doee a fever, and de
troyi both alike. The powerful tonlo rlnue of
the Cinchona ti proaomd In the
which no ai effective igaluat malarial ferer to-day
ai they wero in tha dayi of the old Bpanli
Vlceroji. . i
For Sale by all Druggists and Wine
WILMEKDISU A CO., Afrntattan Fran
claco, W. J. VAN BCIIUVVKU at CO.,
Agents, Portland, Oregon.
J-OHOSr rY. CHILD.
rHuraaaelsl, llouler In Hrus Chemlcula aad
Cor, Morrison and Hecond Mtreeta, Tortlan Or
Wholesale and Hetad
for the Face.
These preparations are equal to anything of the
lluil ever oil r red In this market, anil all ure Invited to
call and see for themselves. Onlem liy iiin.ll promptly
atlendedtn. JOHN A. (JllLD.linwgist,
Jetr.'A Cor. Morrison and ond sis.. Portland. Or,
Keep a Complete Stock of
Wootl Worlilnn Machinery
aaw mill and avs,
K tea in Knrlnea anil llollers.
Nleans, Hand and Pr 1'umpe,
II lone, a and tiih.au.! Kan a,
Kmery Whrelaaml Macblnrry,
lleltlna; a "peelally.
t'acklnK, Hose, Valvee, RpiinRi, Kt.
Ordere from the country fllted with! prom prnea
0. B. BIRD, M. D.,
Pbyslclaa, Obatelrlelaa aaal anrcean.
First above Morrlson-sanie hlnea: with Abell1!
Pliotottmiih gallery-Portland, Oreifoii.
l)lle iiouni tn 10, S to i'i and M ol
Heslilenee. With above YauihtU. belilou at home
betwii n 10 A I.
Telephone In residence.
t'henienl, MIcrooHiplr aud Post mortem Eianiloa.
tlonsmnilueted witu eare.
The utmost cere oestnwed upon Ohstelrlc practice.
Few weeks notice required, to give time for the pre
paratory treatment winch ba briiekaojrl,eiar
artMHia MuniuwHmU. " ;-- "
alructlons, Will be sent bf mall lor Hire dollars.
Famllv raeea of meillr lne preared or relllled, and
books furnished, at Han Francim-n prices.
Patients treated by mall, at orhce rati
Uadkluea alwaya turulahixl without extra charge.
J. B. ENAPP & CO.,
AND PURCHASING AGENTS.
All Ooodi on Commlealon.
Jt'OOL, QIUIX, DAIRY PRODUCTS A.D
FRvrra a specialty.
Agent lor Parrott'i Patent DouMetree,
'2C7 First stroot, 1'ortland, Oregon.
r We have the best facilities In Oreaon furstirt:4
hotter so as to Seep It "Weet hull In u !l: in teliil.le tin-
iliium. Avrhaige l stoiuae tit U-tu-r cuiingiieo w
f f I at AND VI
OREGON MACHINERY DEPOT
mi3 Front at., Portland.