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GRANDMA'S CHRISTMAS THEE.
IT AtJITT ADDIl.
BtrtU and Ella, two little glrla Hten and
BiMjeare old. with their big brother!, Frank
tod iromy totii tome in tb city one
Inowy, December day. end eUrtod for the
country where their pep bed bought farm,
which iu tery near their grandma e houee.
When the cere atopped at the depot, they ell
went out on tlia platform, end there, waiting
lor them etood their own deer grandpa, with
their three little couilne. Lily. Mann end
Oeorgie. end their big couiine Lou end Iter tie.
After greet dcel of hugging end killing
and euch lot of queetione aa only little boy.
and Kirle know how to aik, they all climbed
71. ...ImI which Ella thought wan the
queereet carriage ene ever aaw. .uU u
t:.eir grandpa e houw, whore they were going
to itay until their own waa ready for th-u.
FoMhe ncit two daye the little people
r- - i.
Tery ou.y. "J .."'T.,,7Bi, littl.coui.iu.
. a ... U.n. a 1.11 tillfl ItOtir.Se" '
treamree w u. . - "vSt tboy ell went
eye. ,, cattK end very
W "J ,i't,i the mrm "lazY-Jookingcow. leem
woadoriul did the great it Bertha'.
Ind 'dtol ttat -he would
great delight, Lnd W ,0 Md
l" 10 "I,. "rer nudpi .he might
" .TT ,, an. aheep he owned.
ner "ZJnt of the family Berth
. To V." rr"; rZu.t ahoeD in the flock,
. Crfat Ty Mlow with dirty brown wool.
'V .ii with black hpoU. The whole
ol 111. laco " ' r. . .i,i illv Mm
one eye-orow, u..
. 1...1 ..., iwwn no Tcrv dirty.
Hortha." eaid coumn Lou, "wliy
don't you Uke that pre
U'f.v" iXd ?eVid Berths-do you think I
-nni.i uke that little baby lamb away from iu
mamma! b oe.it U eucb pretty little thing
body will be good toitiWt ,n.vo d Spotty
"for .o .he had named her beep) i. io old and
iglv the" no one will like him or be kind to
Mm. and 1 am lut going to put a red ribbon
eTJ I hi. neck and ween hi. face, end go
brother Jimmy to make him a nice nouse, ana
.. i .... v.. ill hfl triad."
,D'r.r i:r .rthawaa a very tender.
kKr..d tl ho told EH. . he
might take her choice of any enin.al on the
U AftoHoK all over for aomo time .ho .aw
a flock of gct.e, and .he thought .ho would
ike to have one for a pot; her grandpa told her
.he could have a pair oi mem.
Ella thanked her Fa..dVa, and itartc.
toward the two .he hid decided to take; but
w, nn,l,r and Mr.. Gooo thought they
...u.. iffluiiltwl in the matter a little,
, i ... ,irn,l (lienmelvc..
nMrnTerTpea7 hi. .faff , d n,hed
toward Ella, while Mr. Goofl followed, flap
S her wing, and making a great none;
Soufta Srtto rS to the renoe, and Ell. came
b"TuSSl :I have .
,' h L,,. i think I'll have some nice
room for my pet! 1 tuinn i " .,,,
Prer;liVlt"nwpkrto, the time, and
raSed. rJ. but Bor.ha and 11. wore do
termined to v wit the school in whiUi ttiur
Sn Lou wa. teaching, end eo. taking grand
n." bi umbrella, they atarted out, followed
E Frank and Jimmy, who were going over to
visit their now Home.
, .,. :.. Il. rnr.
Tim wind had oiown hib u -
1 . A "..;i n-.nil made little drift
'of the rail feuc and made little drift.
"Sh the children thought lino fun to wa.le
S L, h. and ho laiighing, running and aoine-
",v'" ' ... .i i m fnti nr
.tnmbltog t.u.ycai,,e to the top of
i.:n .i. ni nniiMmed to Bertha
T. .!'r'"C'"n v : n,.,, to Berth, to
S ton-brcil. behind them and let the
Snd bltiweg.taetit.nd help then, along.
The plan .succeeded very wen nu n m"j -
about lielf y down the hill. wjr
hard g'lnt of wind took tliem right oft of the
ground and spre.d them out m the enow . lit
tluno.ee down, and then very kindly .tuck . the
umbrell. up over them, making a nice little
Ae'oon ae Berth, end Ell. could get out of
their house and grt tho enow out of their eye.
and ear. they decided that any further help in
getting down the hill w not needed.
After a few moro tumbles the children
reached tho fc-hool house, where Cousin Lou
mot them at tho door; she thought by tho
.houting and laughing that a tiil of Induing
had come to visit her.
Tho noxt day was the one before Christmas,
and .11 the little folk, were busy gettiug their
Christma. present, ready.
Grandma had a secret all her own, and not
till after supper did Buy ono find it out; then
the large folding uoora otunrt-n iiioom.i.f, ..u
and parlor were opened and there, in the cen
ter of the room, stood a large Christmas tree,
beautifully trimmed from top to ooiiom wnn
ii...iv whiii, nonnwl corn and cranlierrie.
M.,.,:,r n,. .triiiM and looped over the dark
,.. l,.i,pl,sof tho treo. There woro horn, of
plenty, made of white birch bark, and (illed
with "hickory nuts, buttrnut., beechnuts and
iin thn lower limbs of tho troo hung five
hri.ri.t nrw iileds. marVed with the nanios
Bertha, Ella. Mami), Lilv, Geoigie; while on
the topmost branches of the tree hung four
dollies beautifully dressed by the nimble fin
ger, of cousin Ljii; thc were skates for Ber
tie, Jimmy, Frank and tleorgie, besides pres
ents for every mcmoor u uie uuuuu, mu it
really seemed as if the tee could not hold an
But at last, amid cxJamations of delight
from tho children, tho enwning glory of the
Christmas tree was dseovered gr.ndma'g
crullers which were cutiiito all .orte of fan
ciful nhapee. Ono waa . very ugly looking
school-ma'am, with a tcrihle big nose, which
tbey all declared should bo given to cousin
Lou; there werodogs, cat, and little boy. and
girls, and when grandma irought to light the
ugliest Bheep that evor wa wen, with ears and
tail so long that it looked lmost as much like
a mule a. a sheep, the laufj that arose almost
took the roof off, and Ellaaid the sheep must
be given to Bertha.
But grandma wa. not tlmigh yet, and with
a comical twinkle in her brjht black eyes, she
took down a wire, on ono nd of which was
strung a flock of geese, vith their necks
stretched out and their wingwidosprcad, while
on the other end of the wiroras a littlh girl,
who looked as though .he vet rnnning for
dear life; this was more thai (tie boy. could
stand, and so they just' gee; three rousing
cheers for grandma and her &,istmas tree.
Young thlk Iturid I
"I seti you have tho mott 'Excelmor'
over your door," reniitrked. etran(?er
vho entered a Detroit ealoo the other
"Yes; I gif a painter twolollars or
dot " i
"It's . beautiful moto."
"You know what it nfcan.Jnppose?"
"Of course. It meaa dot hen one
of der poys say. 'Shalk t donYacob.'
I shalk him on der neck mid Jnb. I
doan' Uke feefty tollar for datntto."
A correspondent at Littb Falitf. Y.,
writes the Troy limes, aw once
moving id the best society m r:xorls
now reside, at Little Falls, and,
the meaning of "might have W,.
When President Arthur wa. oor
young rr i he proposed and w,.
iected. I iis lady u weU known
ind doe. not refrain from tnentii
her "lost opportunity'' as mistres. oie
Men, lii- bnUoU, go wthest wh xa of mnik. fP-11 Mll
they are smoothest. Ricbter. 'I'wtk. J
The O.w.rfl Mirth of a GlMter.
Th view of that narroir glacier w
imposing, impresaing the miud wtta .
tense ol th. great power of destruction
possessed by a tast body of piOTinR Ice.
lathe .tudy of other gl"". J!
were retiring, -we have 4w";.,rbr'
boulder, and wnaller "tone.
depo.ited in the ' f
anJicoulJ trace. 7 the marl, of the ee
on the rocks, the oourse aUen ; but now,
sUndinrb.iore th. Buer-bran we
could unJorstand tow valleys had been
dug or of the -olid rock by that moat
deatuctive orm of water, tho glacier.
Toe huge, irresistible mass was still ad
vancing slowly, and had done so for a
long time. My guide said it had ad
vanced mow thun fifty feet since the pre
vious year, driving everytuing oeioro n.
All along the base of the ice was a trans
varse ridge of earth, iu which fresh
green .ward and stones were mingled to
gether, which the glacier pushed for
ward as it glided over the rocks.
On the right was a liuge mass tx
rock, which had been torn .part by
the pressure of the advancing ice. The
weight which had overcome this obstaole
must have been enormous, for the evi
dence of suoh terrific force was before
my eyes. Not even the solid mountain
aiu nminnl of the hardest of our
rocks, could arrest the forword march of
the terrible glacier. This block of gran
it rirn frnm tlm mountain side, was
about 20 feet long and 15 broad, It had
baen broken unevenly, and was still
covered with moss. A part of it was
overlapped by the ice; and the upper
stratum of the glacier, having a stronger
current than the lower, wouiu,
finally run over it and hide it from view
nnar.t march continued; ana
when the ghwier again retired.the bouldor
W0U1U De uopooiiou uu -
Dlace. The glaoier came down a steep
gorge, leaping three distinct ledge, of
rock, anil it was ..y
..l.i oiia not more tnon
la wide towards its end.
The moraines seen higher up on each
aide above were engulfed further down
n nrAVAasess lormea or we
thn ice and ledffes.
the owner of the little farm was in great
tribulation. He saw with much anxiety
the steady advance of the ice, which had
already destroyed some of his pasture
land at the head of the valley, and in a
few years would probably sweep away
!), h'ttle wood which we had passed on
our way up; then the furmer would be
compolled to find new quarters, and per
haps be a ruined man. He had tried to
sell bis farm, but nobody was willing to
hnv it. fearme to cast away their money.
It would not be strange, indeed, if in
the course of 40 or 50 years this glaoier
should reach the very shore of the Sand-
ven Lake, whence it could go no further,
for the ice would molt in the water; but
cinders are fickle, both in their forward
and retrograde movements, and in a few
vears the 15uer briuen may retire instead
. . . Ill X 1 Al. 1
of advancing. ine .Lianu oi me iuiu
night Sun, Taul B. Du Chuillu.
0 hen to Die.
The death of a man may reach unto
ends greater and grander than could be
compassed bv his life. Suppose that
Lincoln had lived on ex-President in
our midst to-dav. pensioned on $250,000,
takings things easy, corpulent,, soliciting
public alms for his friends -why, this
had been to shut him out of our nation's
future! In suoh a case his son would
not be in the cabinet to-duy nor would
he himself have ono disciple where now
he has ten thousand. Nothing is truer
than that a man may live too long live
until he is hull down to the nation, live
to slip out of the world by the nar
row opening of a common ana unno
ticed grave. The hero whose blood is to
run in the veins of the
future but bo taken in his
prime; must be taken before that,
like the bear in tho winter montliB, he
has time to consume his own grateness.
Garibaldi is to-day an unnoticed grumb.
ler, encysted in his own insigniiicance
Tho place for him to have died, and the
time.was at Home's gates. Had Napoleon
the Third been intendod for a name
which was not to die, the world would
not have been permitted to look upon
him after he was shrivelled in the fire of
Sedan. Had ho been worthy of immor
tality, time', last photograph of him
would have shown him at his greatest
and best. Patriot lives are the very ribs
of the Ship of State. But to be worthy
of this end, tho human oak must be taken
when it is live, before it is worm-eaten
with the love of money and paltry am-
bitions.before the dry-rot of commonnes.
has set in. Old age is honorable, but
old age is not heroic. Old age has use
for all of its own blood.
The Turkish woman is marriageable at
. . j i. 'n.,.b;i.
me age oi nine yeum, uu uj imiou
law at that ace. if married, she i. com
petent to manage her property and dis
pose of one-third of ner ioriune. u
law allows her to abandon her husband's
house for just cause, and will protect her
in so doing. She cannot be compelled
to labor for the support of her husband
On the contrary, he is compelled to sup
port her; and it is a penal offense to in
milt or ill-treat her. Should he not
furnish her with funds she is authorized
to borrow money on his name and even
sell his property. After marriage she
has the absolute control of her own
property, which he cannot touch.
M. Pasteur has resolved to extend his
studies in vaceination to yellow fever,
with a view of determining whether or
not the disease is due to parasites, and
can be guarded .gainst by inoculation.
A broad field of investigation is opened
to Pasteur, as it is suggested by his dis
coveries thus far that all contagious
maladies may be due to parasite growths,
the virulence of which may be so re
duced by his method of inoculation as to
render this class of disease, no longer a
matter of dread.
A New Dajnti Cbocodilr's Flesh.
M. Paul Bert has been experimenting
at the Jardin desPlantes dissecting room
on the respiratory organs of some croco
diles which were recently sent him ss .
present. He gave their flesh to some of
the servants in the menagerie, recom'
mending them to cook and eat it. They
did so and "found th.t crocodile flesh is
tender, delicate, appetizing aod like both
talmon and lobster. It has. however, a
HIT AXD BVIOR.
The new itvle of fall bonnet, may be
photographed by slamming a ripe to
mato against a board fence.
The wisest man nay be wiser to-day
than he was yesterday, and to-morrow
than he i. to-day. Colton.
An ancient remark: "Eve wa. Uken to
a nioe summer garden, but with nothing
to wear, it waa not to be expected .he
could be happy,"
The .oientist. h.ve taught that insects
have their affections, and now some one
know, a mosquito that was mashed on a
They asked him If he was the best man
at the wedding. "No," he said, "I don't
know as I was best, but be jabcrs, I was
a. good as any of 'em I" Boston Tost.
Hannibal Hamlin refuses to wear an
overcoat. In the next world thore will
be . good many other fellow, from "way
down iu Maine" who won't want any
"Will you tell me," asked an old gen
tleman of . ladv. "what Mrs. ' mai-
don name was?'' "Why, her maidon aim
was to get marriod, of course," exclaimed
An Ohio girl .uod a man for breach of
promise, and proved him sucn a mean
scoundrel that tho jury decided that she
ought to pay him something for not mar
Fisherman (returned from Tillage inn
"Ver' strange! Cam make 'er out
Warrer makes me qui' giddy I Should
eat brencheose middle o'day. Think
shall sit down."
"Guess I can find a littlo something to
scratch off, replied the wearv genius,
running his fingors through Lis hair,
lie wondered why tho stall smiled so
"Whoever shall smite thee on thy
right cheek, turn to him the other also,
is a Biblical expression. In modern par
lance it is termed a "reversible cuff.
A Chinaman named On Tick is about
to start a laundry in Detroit. This will
leave no reasonable excuso for any one
to foil to appear in a clean shirt on Sun
days. Detroit 1 ree Press
"Tommy," said a mother to her sevon
year-old boy, "you muBt not interrupt
me when I am talking with ladies. Yon
must wait till we stop, aud then you can
folk." "But you never stop," retorted
An auctioneer, by birth a native of the
Green Isle, of course, caused to be
printed on his hand-bills at a recent sale
"Every article sold goes to the highest
bidder, unless some gentleman bids
A ilrl with a throat full of phlegm,
Kept ooiighlD. and (olnt "DeRinbegum,'
Ho .be got tome cuunh drops,
Mrle liom ex tract, ol hop.
And ihe toot lotmeen botliea of theghm.
A horse which has slipped and fallen
npon the pavement, is struggling franti
cally and with imminent duugor to
The young GaBton, who is p.ssinc, is
tilled with pity, and rushes to assist in
raising' the animal. His friend Balph
vainly endeavors to dissuade him from
his generous and dangerous enterprise
".Let me go, 1 tell you, cries Gaston
"you forgot that I am a member of the
Society for the Protection of Animals
Let me co in the name of licr&h!
"So am I! cnos his friend, locking the
young man firmly in his arms.
H. P. Gregory A To.
One of tho largest houses on tho const
dealing in machinery and representing
manufacturers is II. P. Greoory & Co. of
Ban rruncisro. Their Oregon and Wath
ington trade has grown so liirge of lute
that last year they decided to open a
house in Portland and did so at 43 First
street, with Stewart McClure as resident
partner, a gentleman who thorouslily tin
derstunds the wants of our people here
and who has become to all intents hiiiI
purposes a thorough Oregon ian The
house here carries an immense stock of
goods and people in the interior cuti pur
chase almost anything they want here In
Portland and not have to wait for It to be
ordered from helow. Gregory Co. made
a splendid exhibit ut the laie Mechanics'
fair and carried off' numberless silver and
bronze medals and diplomas. This house
carries everything from a large SjOOO
steam lire engine to wood working ma
hinery or "snider hose. It will pay our
country inend to see their stock before
OK ROOM TO MASA IIISKTT.
Some time .go Meun. Hodge, Dvll k Co., of this
city. M In a MMaacmiHetu piper that II ou
Cliarle. K. Ladd, auditor of that state, waa afflicted
with an Incurable kidney dlaeiae. and bad been
obliged to give up work and return to bla bome.
Tbey Immedlatelyaent him a bo I of tbelr celebrated
Oregon Kidney Tea, and from time to time sent him
other boxea. A few day. ago they received from
mm me louowing letter:
Commonwealth or HAMtcHt)ar.Tn, 1
Andltor'a Dep t. lloeton, Nut. 11. 1HS1.1
Meaara. Hodge, Pavla Co.: Dear Hlra I have no
hesitation In aaylug that I have been much benrtlted
by the nan of the Oregon Kidney Tea aa a remedy fur
a kidney difficulty which haa troubled me for all or
eight yeara. I can heartily recommend It to thoae
who are almllarly afflicted, aa a aafe and agreeable
remedy. I ahall teat Ita vlrtuea further, for I have
great faith in it aa a apeclltc for many diaeaaea of
tne kidneya. Keipeouully yonra.
CHA8. B. LADD,
The original of thll letter can be aeen by calling
on lueaara. uooge, uavia a Co., rortliuu, urrgon,
and the Oregon Kidney Tea can be bought of any
druggiat or dealer, In Oregon or Waablngton. Price
$1 per box.
Garrison's S-wing Machine Btore, 107 Third
itreet, Portland, is the beat plane In Oregon to get
your aewing machine! repaired and lor buying
all kinda of needles, attachments, nlk thread and
nil. Agent for the Singer, Home, Wilson, Davis,
Royal St. John, New llome, Crown and general
agent for tae Household .
Good work is not alwava appreciated, but in
the case of A bell, the Gold Medal Pbotographer
of Portland, it seems he receives moro thau his
share of patronage. His handsome parlors 107
First street Portland, la always thronged with
customer who are never disappointed with the
work they get from home.
The "Household" took the first premium for
rst Family Sewing machine at the Mechanics'
Fair, John B. Garrison, 107 Third street, Port
land, Genera! Agent.
LEARN TO WRITE.
Rend TSrenta to J. P. Feaxter author of the Feaater
Ian syatem of penmanhlpand get by return mall a
full aet of mplee f reel, from the pen wllh pnnUd and
written lnxirurtiona how to. practice. You will alno
get with thin aet, free SO N'ew and Kmr nilea In matb
entatlcal calnjlaUin, enpecially adaptnl to farmer
ami niet'haiifc'. Ad1rem. J. Y. KKAHTKK
I'rln. oftvolral .Night Hcbool and Wrliuig Aralemy.
Climax Washintr Powder.
The honaewtfe'a friend, haa earned teatlmoniala from
all who have ueed It, among wtik h are tie Muter
Hoperlor of Kt. Vlneent'a boapltal, Ponland, aod the
ttlatersof Charily of tbellouaenf ProvkleiMval Vao-
rouver. It aavea all Uh laoor of waahh and bnnira
out toe dotbea In better e.Klivn than by any atlirr
prureauf waehliMr. a. W. la Ihe general
areat for to fannc Cuast with beaduuartera at Port-
.1 aTTi.-. Y
r hr, rraaw Sanltolmnal Titos Wre.4.
"ktn, Ma. fart, us imh mm
. aw m bread everf mlsr Mnln.
C. . FKTT 3 OA alrml, Seal Ciutravrr, l"uu
farturer uf Hieel and Hrew hianiin. Ulea. daiere,
tioUkry ami lo.1,r aeala Order rtlle.1 promptly.
III CVt VINT.. rOTTe'UV.
A. M. hnilih ft'np., lUMiufiuiUsVa train tilt, ion
wans flitniT i-m, vant Are bikk, tic. tuuimy
nn1r rtltwl pnm.ptlv.
tMiwrn MmIImmi miuI Jrlff num. Tlum. O'ltiifti,
' funurrly of Hit Him- HoiiNf, WhIIa, I'mprt
ttar Uu-rvi l Iu t lr ly. fttvurtliiitf lo
ATTOHA V V.
Be K X I'll Y,At.nifV nmt (tmtiiaf mt m
Imw. Iattiw A I )r It Mm' building. UkhI bii.lmiw
Hrttmn in Oilrni I'mOmi for InvriilUMm, hrfov
th lm'tn iMtW. nr tu i ht t'mirtn. m iMiiltv
EYE & EAR BiFIIUIAUY
SANITARIUM, OR HOME FOR THE SICK.
Macaalaaa Rand bet. Porter and Mood Nta.,
outh Part Uaa , r.
Ir. Itlklnctnii, laie pnfeaMirn fKye A Kar Dlnai
In the at,ili,'l
l, parlmrnt of Wlllameiie I'lilvimllv
haaMvctee a Hue
le hulliima, on a lieauuhil elevailon hi
ine aviotn part ol ine clly ami la prvNrvtl lo wvomo-
oale iwlliiila aiitl.Tlnat mull all UM-aai-a of I lie K K,
r.Mi or riiioiA I. Alan am pay i-ini alleoilou I
pereoua lalMtriiia uiuler rimma' Nen-oua altinMiona,
ami iu uwwi im'uuar lo women, ami ri'.-iev a Urn!
leu noilOHro l'aa etlMVtlna roMillietiletil.
The Intention la lo pmvlile a lloi:ie for eiu'li eaaea
with all the heel hyalenk' axenelea, roinllnel Willi the
orn llie.lM'ul will lo ne na.1 111 I lie melrolH, la.
tkoiatlltloa tthvalt'lan anil ,UM,.tn llr. I'ltllln llar'ev
Prof, of dtseawe-'of women ami rhllilren In the uietlU-al
Ueiiartiueiit Wll amelle l;lt vent lv
Alao Dr. J. M. K. Ilrvwne, Prof. of PliyakUoay nieil
dep'l. Wlllametle I'nlvenuiv.
Foraityajuountot refervioii and rlrruliir, addreaa
usa. d. ss. 1-ii.ksxu run,
Tar. lat a ad nalacloa Nta,, I'ortliuui, Or.
. W. COXOnO.y. ll rari nil Ur H !-. r-irat
o Jafifirr & Co., San aadini.
J. II. CONUDOX &. (U,
Wool Urula and
ftleaart Hrwet, Vmr, Market, M. V.
l.tlveral advance made on eonaUrnnieiila. at low rata
Peraonal attention (riven all cnn.lannienla.
Mmvlal attention given tu Wool, drain aud Countiy
JlOl'in OR IiHV, PIlK'F.tlim; "ATMONPIIKItlt
J liminiHtom." prU e Vjo. Krv Cure and Ineullla
Ions mallnl on iwelpt of price, wllh full dlreciloii for
UMVetO. H. U. HMUMtlltK a (XI,
UriiKKiM Iftl Flra
Ho a Aa-enla for Ihe N. l'ac n
J'OHIT Jl. CHILD,
FHaurwaaelat, Jsauler In Itrwa, Cheaaleala and
Cor. Morrison and ek-coud mreeta, Portlan Or
Wholewle ami Keia
fur the Fata.
Theae nreimrntiona are equal to anvlhlna if the
alml ever olfered in thiN market, ami all are invited to
call anil see lor Iht iuaelviw. ordere l,v mull prcmptly
aiiemieu 10. juun a. ( ii ii.iMinufKlMl,
Miii Cor. Morrison and oncl ata.. I'ortland.Or
IjlOR (X)NHt'MPT!ON, AHTHMA. imoNrlllTIH.
1 ('Htarrh. 1vrim')hih. llfiwliirhc. hi-ltliliv. Nriiml
Ktii. HIiMiinmllam.Huii all Dirunfr hmI NervotiM lmr
dim rkiiKtTi mih j' iwconvtMilently wilt hy txtrtBM,
rt'Hdy for imnmtlutH unn nt Ihmiic. Heud fur frt
trt'iitfr on in OxyK H irftttmwit. AtMrt'w inv pro
1100, 1111 (.Irani utrvft, I'lilUdclpblH, I'n
MATIIKWH, ViM-inp Kcpodltory.
MJU MuiilK'iiTH'ry Htrei-i.HHu Frunrlmfi, CuI,
THE ALBANY BREWERY,
(OF BAN lUASCiaOOJ
ni)'C9iiMai Mr-vjPifiSkii i iiimi si ait
Depot at tla
Net M Seiner Sail
205 First, bet Taylor and Salmon,
II. acllMFIDrB, . . AO EXT.
TAKE PI.KA8UKF. IN A 1 Ne)r NflNO TO TH E
puhllc that 1 am now prepared to furnlah a No. :
article of beer, In uuantltlea to suit, rlaloone and pH
vale lamlllea supplied with 1, 10 aod U(alloa ki ga and
delivered U order.
COUNTRY OKUEKr) solicited anil strictly attend
ed to. H.MCUNKILlKlt, Agent.
SEVENTY-FIVE ittiT PER
TO J"i' CENT.
ONE HUNDRED ooTr PROFIT
nahea a permanent trade. Raniple hv matt, 10 centa.
CtmUrafrM. Addreaa UO ValaiOJb Ol'FPLl
CO., Portimod, Oreion.
Maalaa Diaeaaea aad for
fiTaer f laar
Beware of Imitations uf both the atove Justly cala-
The cetiDtoe mane only br toe arrAiSDAatD
UIP CUM PA.tr, who al manulariore Hie
Unreal a,ruiienl of LAVXlikY and TUILLTMOAP
u loe wono.
iivrH oar rumen to street, aaa Iraoclaco.
V' mK ilK" M
WILLIA3I BECK & SON.
lMPOKTSM Of AMD DKALXRS let
IIAEAKD'S rOKTIllS AND BLAtTINO POWDF.I,
Fine Cutlrrj, FMiIng Tackle, Sporting UikmIs, Indian Hubs, Irnmb BdN, Boibf
(tloTPS, lhj Hajrons. Hocking IIodmih. UlrTcles,' Veloc
IuwIoh, Mcds, Skates, Sleighs, etc.
Peek & Snjrder'i pfl. fJfii l.Bnif ' "T
Iroa kkalea, Wmn4 Hnll'tM k .Ire. (.ever k .tea, l.adlea' alkalea, wllk Aakla tup.
IMtrs. Irleea, fruus SI l SS5. lu.lHav. e a la Kasr.
rOHI'KKW KII.I.KU Pltl.lMITI.V AMI wKNT ItV MAM,.
,., . .,... ...... 1. 1 AJlilUU
DON'T MAKE ANY PURCHASES,
OR ORDER ANY GOODS,
TJJfcTTITj YOU" HAVE 8EE1T OTJR
New Illustrated Catalogue and Price List,
WHICH WILL BE READY IN TEN DAYS,
Send your Name nnd Poatoffice Address for a Copy.
tik CIANT fl SAW
J CS,flDl MACHINE.
fJTIalai Wnnclerful XmaiawaxA
la warranted to saw a root ln lw tbrea mlif
tea, aud aaajrw eord wood of ioa of any aiie In a
day than two sural can chop or aaw the old wa,
Every Farmer and l.anbenaaa aeeda one.
AQKNTS W AMT ID-tritar aad tarn Fiaa,
hknd ron cincri.AR to
l.lMrORTII, KICK 4c CU.,
(leueral Axi'iita fur the l'tu'lnc Coaat,
811.1 nnd llS Market at reel, Waa Krwaelere.
Tatent, Nov. 11.1879, J
l'atont, Nov. , 1NS0. m(f-
I TKr ( (Irnuint.l Hrtrirrd 1.1 i'rri( iil Filir.
ll.flr-IwMllc H.lm w ai.lfc ailH H,rtr..K..u a.iu,
:UAHANIHKI NB V K Aa. pfcar IN 1 lilt w.ltt
Will iKMtlvrty cuis wllhoul udlclne Klmimatiim, I'.yilyilt,
Nuif.lKia. Kidnry Dbmic, ImiHrtency. Rupture, l iver IIihbw
Ncrvoouwu. lyp.l. !I"1 Ui.c.w. Au, l',l..awl etln.
rii.rnw... Sn,ir.,filli,Mrtc(lftwl,yur.lfre Also,
lillMlllHI' or Cured. Send for llhi.tr.tc
IlUr I USHa t'a'l.ua Humlrclsof ourci.
W. J. HORNE, Prop, and Mannfi
JOi Murktt HL, JSBB fnuiclietw. Cat.
KIXTAl IIAXTTIIK HKrlTI THK I IT
All Modern Iniprnveiiieiila. (Im-ii all day.
J. II. HKK.VNKK. I'raprtrtar
Tin; (J rent EngllIi Remedy.
fa a never-lallluc Co re for
Nervoua Dehllliy.Ks liaual.
eil VltalltV4eniuial eh.
PaiulVKla, anil all llteterr
hie elriTls of H4'lf-Ahuw
Yoiithlul Kolllea, and ei
nm in inalurer yean,
ucli aa fiw of Xeinorv,
mIoiis, Averelon lo HtM'lely,
lllinneMi of Vlaioll. Nolaea
In the Head; the vital lluld
luuMliia iinoiMM.rved Iu th.
in in-, and many oilier diaeaaea thai lead to Insanity
anil death. ......
JIH. M I KII r. will asrree 10 lorieu rive ninin.
I I, r a i-km of lliU kind the VITAL, Hi-
Is'ltHtATIVKMinderhuisi-eelal advice ami Ireap
mem , will not, ore; or for auvihliuj Impure or Injiirl
oiisround In II. im. MIjTIK treala all private
rtleai iierefnlly wllhoul mercury. onuiltull.Mi
free. 'I'horolUfll eiatiunalloll and ailvlre, Incluillol
aiiHlvMioi uiloe.a'iUH ITk'e of Vllnl He.loratlve
sxuu'a iMdtle, or four tlmea the quantity, (louo; sent u
any ed.lreea iimi receipt of price, or C. I), ll., secure
Inmi olwrvailuii; aud iu private name If dinirci, uy
ja. - aiin lir aa. jr.,
11 laeuray atrwrt, Maa fraiielaew, tut.
DR. MlvriKH KIIINEY ItV.H Kl Y, It-
eilHITII I rurna all kind oi KliloeV and
lilaiPlerCouipiainle.donorrliiea, (Heel, Ij-ucorrtHr.l
f or sale by ail drueaisu; al a boltle, aU bottle, for at.
fill. lll.siTlirsi IIAMII'MOX ril.l.H ar.
the l,. l aiol 'lieit-at l 1 ' ! Kl'l A and III MO I
ure in ine nmrKct, ror mi oy an uriiKKiftin.
IliilHiK. I'AVIN A 111.. I'oriiana, nr.. wnjieaeje
All Orileni for Medicine r. o. I. must ne acromna.
nieil with 1 tM'MaKUaranlee of cil faith,; which
wUI be delururd when 111 package la slopped.
Dealer la New aad
SECOND HAND MACHINERY,
MadleaaBt., rrtlaad. Or.
rartle dealHaa Roller., r.aujlaa ar HAW
MILL. Hailllias lUMars
kjp awidrcaalaa Mr. I oilier.
N'ew and Second Hand Marklnory
Ho aat aad aoM mr traded to advaalaae.
I. P. GREGORY & CO.,
43 Front itrwt, Portland, Oregon,
I a parlor aad Dealer, la
WOOD and IKOX "WORKIlVa
EatinN and Bvllrn, Mill Supplier etc.
s Colt's. Parker's,
and Qlabrongh't J
I AfUlUUlUlU VI, WWlj-
Cor. Front and Stark, Portland
BIND FOR CATALOUDK.
1 ha Flaeat BITTEHI la th WOBLO.
TIIKV rJTFKCTVAl) Y CURE
Vitalise Ih. ayalem anil isere.t the ravaraa
of Ilia Dreadful Alrohol Itnlilt,
Ask your Druififlat nr Win Mert'liasii
lr Hi. in.
WILMKKDIKU d ' . AEnUKaa Fraia
rl.fo. W. J. VAH NCIWYVEU di Co.. 1'urtlaad
WIIJ. K PA1B T() AXY PEIINON THAT WII.U
furiilali a rumpnuml of medicine that can
allow aa many bona fl'le testimonial. In the sania
GeleMtei MMm tt,
for til cure of Dyspepsia, Iuillgestlon and
Debility. Mix thousand bottles liar, been sold
In ail months, and on hundred and Ihlrty-aevaa
bona ml teHtloionlala from some of the best cllltena
uf On-Kon, Washington Territory and Idaho. A aln
Klr trial will convince th moat skeptical that It la,
wllhiMit any exception, Ihe Meat TonU la IM
World for toning up the system and putting new III
In th body. In fact It makes the old feel young, and
the young feel happy. For sal everywhere.
HODGE, DAVIS) Al CO.,
Hole Agents Portland, O
Al IMPORTANT (II A iter.
HAVINO TKANMFKKItKI) MY AflEVCY OP
Ihe NK.W lltiMK and CKOWN HKWIMtl
M A( II I N KM lo Mr. John H. (larriw.n, 1K7 Tlilril at -vet,
Portland, orcKou, I lake ihla method to hit, nn my
patrons and Ihe general unlillc where these e.-ellcu
luacelnea may he foun,, nerenfter. H
ll.T. Ill-WHIN. Portland, Of
D. J. MALARKEY & CO.,
' Commission Merchants,
WBOLX8ALK DKAUmB IS
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
Foreign and Domestic Produce.
s-aaJo a1T Frsdaia at
PiinatiTimfnti and rdra aolletted. letters af tu
entry promptly answered. WMaUf Prteea Cuaa)
mailed fra oa applkaUoa.
L1BEB1L CASH ADTA5CES MADS 01
.ad 1 rBOUT eTTmmKT. fTXAJr
tut naiATii. u 11 wr n,