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About The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 6, 1883)
T win r. ecu.
Ring out from Tour brawn throat
0 t'uristinaa belli, your glad Jest note 1
Ring through the worlJ jrour sweet refrain
Of'peaoa on earth, good will to men."
1as the windi bear from art to sea,
Your creed of love and liberty t
Down througti Die dim and countless yean,
Sweeter than song of bard'i or awer'a.
Echoe that long from Bethlehem'! plain,
Peace, to the earth, good will to men."
Fling the tweet mcsaages of peace
To fur-off landi beyond the sea I
Till all thj echoe ring again
With "peace on earth, good will to men I
Teach us not only Christian speech,
Teach us to practice what wo pieach I
TCbilo Esyp1 iu wiln fylt"rl haudi,
Beside her deert'a drifting sands,
Patient and dumb amid bor pain,
While Christian Englanl binds her chain; .
While Chris'ian ttuwia's thorn remain. '
Kl with the blood from Chrietinn vieus;
While Christain Irish yainly plead.
With Cbristriun England's power and gr l.
What womler that our creed appeals,
A theme for mocking scull's and sneers T
King lone, ring long your stirring strain
"Pear, pence on earth, good will to men
King, till our worn-out formal creeds
Blossom anew with kindly deeds.
Till every shore from sea to sea, (
Is blight with love and liberty 1
1 iil a'.l the atara shall sing again,
As once they sang o'er Doihlcbem's plain
"Jfow peace on earth, good wi'.l to men
'(lory to uou: Amen, aineui
Tanffng the Editors.
He was an exceedingly picturohue
looking individual. His liatr Ui in
heavy masses over bis (moulders, tul a
very broad (douched hat crowoA Lis
large bead. A dark greon cloakpame
almost to bis heels, and he carried inder
one arm a large portfolio, a cam J tool
am! a folded easel, lie entered t edi
torial rooms with a confident Irido,
opened his camp stool and proem id to
rig bis easel in front of it. TL n he
pulled out a largo piece of di wing
paper from bis portfolio, and, eli iping
it on the easel, seated himself be re it
and commenced leisurely sharpe ag a
stick of charcoal.
"Whom do you wish to see?" sked
the oQioe boy, approaching tb pic
turesque object cautiously, and k ping
his hand within reach of an inksta I.
"Everybody!" ejaculated the Alitor,
flourishing bis charcoal gracefully n the
air, and smiling a pre-Raphaelih mile
upon the suspicious boy. "I'i the
lightning portrait artist, and I v h to
show the distinguished members ' the
Eagle staff how I do it. Only tak five
minutes to a sitting. Just let the i title
men know I'm bete, please," i d he
threw bis bat carelessly upon the 1 or at
"What's up?" asked the drumat edi
tor, coming to the door of his roorj
"Al you aro," cried tho artist, itch
ing sight of the editor, and oooiuii cing
to skftch rapidly upon the paper fore
him. I "Don't move. Excellent ose.
Just (ho stylo of bead to delig! the
soul bf the lover of the truly amine.
The )-ounu Augustus come to life. lead
a fchnde to the left, please. Ah! tit is
"ti'hon did it blow in?" asked tl
mati- editor, stepping forward am
ing (uriously at the artist.
"Stop!" cried the artist. "You
ruin everything. Another posefcone
wroig," and he throw down his chfeoal
"What's tho row?" asked the citj
my ideal at last," cried thettist,
whfskmg another Blieet of pap
nil portfolio. "Ueiui a little
pl(ase. Eyes slightly turned towiil the
('What does it want) anyway?"
thi city editor, stopping forward.
)I bog of you,, sir," said the
dinbing at his sheet of paper.
fiw minutes as you are, and you a
nprtnl for life.
(JiiHt at this moment the court rejrter
s unterect in.
"Ah. Wilde, old man," cried til
bst catching Bight of him, "realNbcg
jour pardon; likeness so strong ti
lend. Kir, you shall tie my test
ust lean against that desk over
pross your limbs: throw your arm
kind you and keep your eves on thiink
bottle over there.
I "Where did it drop from?" askei
court rcuorter. and bv this time a
'group of editors and roporters stooct
ing curiously upon the artist.
"Gentlemen." said the artist, rurii
his fingers through lua long hair
leaning back in bis camn-stool.
tho lightning portrait artist. Givime
five minutes of your time and yo
lamous ior me. won t charge
cont. Just wish to make myself
with the press."
"Suppose we give the crank a sb
said the police reporter.
"Only five minutes each, gentle
and wo will have a gallery of portrait o
be proud of, said the artist.
"He's a good tuffy slinger," said
"It's a way thoso artist have," s
the art critic, looking very skepticallyl
the visitor. "1 11 bet you ten to one
uses solur prints."
"Tike yonr bet," said the artist. "1
might be more picturesque, but yo
do as a starter. Just sling off your ov
coat and bat unci 1 11 show you a spc
men oi live-band drawing
"Never acoept anything but oil pai
l'jps, Bant tee art critic.
"Suppose yon give mo a sitting," s:
the must turning to the society
"Conldn't think of sitting to any o
bhort of Daniel Huntington," said til
"Ah, here's our Bitter." said three
four of the groups, as the cashier enter
"Delighted." said the artist. "IUtb
modern, but good form. Aot exact
(esthetic. Might be a little more Flore
una curve of line, but
"Not this morning, some other mor
ing," aaid the cashier.
"Tell you what you do," said tl
sporting editor. "I bate a perftJ
beauty in the way of a bull pup. Wo a
with brindle eye. I'll just let yon ha
a courle of Xi for a good portrait
that" But the artist cathered ud hi
traps an1 stalked majestically out of ti
clllje. urookiyn fctgie,
Return of the Wanderer.
The mining town of Bunko bad fifty
shanties, 100 tents, 603 population and
r.'K) man arlin drank whiHKV. nlaved old
sedgo and carried knives and revolvers
and subbed and peppered eacii other on
the slightest provocation. The one man
who didn't drink was a slim, cadaverous,
hungry-looking man whom the boys had
elected for Justice of tho l'eaoe, I'ouce
Justice. Chief of rolice. Chief Fugleman
at Funerals, Superintendent of Hospitals
and Frincipal of Public Schools.
lie bad all he could do to carry around
bis load of dignity. Had be added one
drink of whisky to bis burden be would
have been crushed to earth.
One afternoon it became the painful
duty of tho man of many honors to pro
ceed to the shanty occupied by Wicked
Jim, of Arkansas, and to reuiark to that
"James, it is the sentiment of this 'ere
enterprising Town of Buuko that you
cit ud and sit.
"Kin you back them remarks?" calmly
inquired the Wicked, as be tnrned over
"I reckon!" whispered the Judge, as
be brought two "Colts" to bear on the
lemon-shaped head not ton feet away.
Wicked Jim surveyed the situation
without a wink, and after the lapso nf
seventy seconds he placidly remarked:
"Soon as I kin pack."
"That'll dew, James," observed the
Judge, and he cased down the hammers
of his revolvers and went away to select
a sito for a college.
Wicked Jim betrayed no particular
emotion as be went about bis work pack
ing dp, and at the end of an hour, when
he rode his mnlo out npon the Campus
Murtius, with all his traps made fast to
the saddle, no one could have suspected
the Vesuvius raging in bis heart. A
crowd bad gathered to see him off.
"Geiitlemen," said the Wicked as be
bowed to the right and the left, "I spit
npon your Town of (Bunko. I km build
a better one of sand and grease! It ain't
a fit town fur an aristocrat like me, and
I alius knowed it!"
At this point three or four individual
ou the outskirts of the crowd began
shooting, but the Wicked took no notice
of the fact as he continued:
"The Lion can't partner with the
Jackal! The Eagle can't mate with the
Buzzard! Slinks, Sluggers, ours and
reptiles. I col"
Here the shooting increased one half,
and one of the bullets passed through
the lcked s hat as ho raised it and con
"But I will return, and when I do
look out for oceans, oceans of gore! In
less'n a year I'll dump your town into
tho river and bold the site fur a private
grave yard! Whoop! Yip yi!
The Wicked held two shooters on the
crowd as he galloped off, and the result
was two men killed and three wounded
A hundred bullets whizzed around the
fugitive, but he turned the bend without
receiving a scratch.
Twelve months have passed away
and tho Wicked has returned. lie is at
the head of a procession of five of the
touoliost men west of tho Mississip,
and they aro going to capture the little
town of Bunko, turn it inside out and
wipe np the one street with the justice
of tho peace, police justice, cuiei-of
police, chief fugleman at funerals, super
intendent of hospitals, principal of
public schools, etc. As they turn the
old familiar bend in the road a puzzled
expression came over the Wicked's face.
It had been a year of prosperity with
Bunko, and the town had changed.
The saloon had disappeared, and in
its place stood a solid brick building
bearing the sign: "Manufacturers
The procession moved down to the
next corner over freshly -laid pavement.
In place of "The Can-Can Dive" was a
fine opera house, and across the street
was a great hotel.
Like men who walk on the steep roof
of a house, tho procession moved down
to tho public square. This was the spot
from which tho Wicked had taken his
departure a year ago. No, it cau't be!
Hero ure blocks of stores, a street car
line, a market house, auother hotel, a
railroad tickot ofiico, a police station and
u publio museum!
The Wicked rubbed bis eyes like a
man who has slept too long, and he
looked this way and that in dumb
amazement. By and by he said:
"Boys, let's gin one old-fashioned yell
and break the mirage."
They yelled in chorus, .
The echo had not yet died away when
men wearing uniforms and silver stars
suddenly appeared as if rising from the
earth. The Wicked and his companions
were pulled from their saddles and
hustled across the square into prison
cells, and while yet they seemed to be
s: niggling in the embrace of some ter
rible dream they were brought into
com t and beard the observation from a
grave and dignified judge:
"We cannot tolerate such conduct in a
peaceful, law-abiding city lilo Bunko.
'r 1. . . i i . . : : . l
lunneuiuui-eui vuo court is uiueijr uin
in the work-house for each ono of you!"
Detroit Free Press.
Barharic Ornaments on Bonnets.
Among the many ridiculous fashions
none now in vogue is more glaring than
wearing ornaments around the hat made
to imitate thoso horrible reptiles -snakes
and toads. Imagine, if you can, any-
filing more barbaric than to see a fine
bonnet dihflgured by these things peep
ing out under tho mass ff trimmings
with which the bonnet is adorned. One
bonnet that I saw had one of these big
green frogs perched rifcht on top of it,
and the long strings were stamped with
figures of the Bame creature. What it
was.' made out of I cannot say, bnt it
looked real as a living ono. Auother
bonnet that I saw worn by a fashionable
lady had twelve white mice (stuffed) as
a part of the ornamentation. Th-y
seemed to be playing "bide and seek
among the feathe-s and velvet on the
t'le crown. New York letter to Detroit
Great disinfectant and antiseptic ac
tion is said to result from the proper use
of copper. M. B ircq recommends the
treatment of infectious diseases with
filta of copper, the injection of wood of
Lets of copper sulphate, and the appli
cation of copper to infected furniture,
clothing and other suspected articles.
HOCSEnOLD UK AH.
Macodoineof Urapea. A fine bunoh
of Hamburg or of Malaga graces is very
pretty incorporated whole into clear
champagne jelly. It should be sus
pended with a small thread in the oen
tor of the jelly-mold, although rot set.
The tranche of grapes are in this way
more easily iiuboddod than other
fruits. In the latter caso the mould is
placed on ice; s little jelly is poured in,
and when set some fruits are arranged in
circle, or according to taste, more jolly
poured in, and loft to harden again,
more fruit added, and thus continued
nutil the mold is full.
Salmon with Lobfater Sauce. Salmon
served with lobster sauce is considered
delectable by the epicure. If the salmon
is fresh, boil it until it is tender, wrap
ping it in a cloth. If canned salmon is
used, heat it to the boiling point in the
can, then drain the oil from it and pour
the nance over it. To make tho sauce:
To two UblespoonfulB of butter allow
one heaping one of flour; stir them to
gether till soft, then add a pint of water
or of stock if not too riuh; let it Mmtuer
gently; when the sauce begins to whiten
add two tablespoonfuis of lobster meat,
picked very fine, pepper and salt uiul
lemon juice to taste.
Buckwhoat Cakes. Buckwheat cakes
with Indian uicul added ure recommond
cd as a pleasant chango from the plain
buckwheat: To one pound of buckwhoat
tlonr allow half a pound of Indian meal,
(sift the meal boforo weighing) ; beforo
wetting them mix thoroughly together.
One fresh cup of good lively east should
be mixed with water. Make a batter of
the usual consistency. Mix the batter
about nine o'clock in the evening; place
it where it will be warm enough to rise
slowly. If too thick in the morning to
drop easily from the spoon, thin the bat
ter with water. If too thin, stir in a littlo
more buckwheat flour.
Stewed Apples. Pare smoothly half a
dozen good-sized tart apples; scoop ont
the cores; boil the apples in sugar and
water nntil they are soft enough to bo
pierced with a broom-splint, but be care
ful to have them keep their shape. When
you cut out the cores, cut out a little
less than one-third of the apple, separate
it from the core, and, after stewing it,
mix it with some cold boiled rice, the
yolks of two eggs, sugar and spioe to
suit your taste, . When the apples are
done, fill the centers of the apples with
the rice, etc; beat the whites of two
eggs to a stiff froth, adding the two
tablespoonfuis of powdered sugar as yon
beat them; put a spoonful of this on the
top of each apple and send to the table
These are delicious, either warm or
People who take snuff.
People who dye their hair.
Pooplo who dislike oysters.
People who like the bagpipes.
People who hole their tongues.
People who have uo poor relations.
People who bavenover been abroad.
People who have no sense of humor.
People who keep all of the old letters,
People who give large parties iu small
Peoplo who always know wboro the
Feoplo who like getting up early in
People who light and leave off fires on
.People who tuka long walks before
Teoplo who Bpend an income on flow
ers for tho button hole.
Peoplo who go to hot, uncomfortable
theaters, full of tees.
Peoplo who give donations to street-
beggars and organ grinders.
People whe have mora money than
they know .what to do with.
People who have nothing the matter
with their digestion and can eat any
People without prejudices, weakness
antipathies, hobbies, crotchots or favor
Peoplo who buy early and costly as
parugns nine inches of whito stalk to
one of green head.
To the Fariner and Mechanic of Oregon,
'ihiiigtuii Territory ami Idaho:
We with to call your Mention to the fact
that our annual Catalogue and price list for
1882-83 it now rea'hi fur distribution. It
will be found vmj valuable and inntnwtive
reading, and . will be farnhhed gratuitomly.
Send your mine ana pontotlice addrru to
FA II St ERS and MECHANICS' STORE,
184 I'lm street, I'orUand, Oregon,
n7-m P. 0. Box 175
M. Cruls states that the discovery of
the great comet was announced atltio on
September 10th, bnt it was not seen at
the observatory there nutil tho morning
of the 1211k
MHVen'a loaemlte (liertjr Tvoib Paste
An aromatic combination for the preservation
of lb teeth and gums. It is fur superior to any
preparation of iu kind in tho market. In large,
mwditomeoiml pots, price fifty eenti. Kor aula
by all druggist. Hode, Duvis & Co., whole
sale agenu, rtrllaml, Urcrnn.
DON'T BUY BOSS BOOTS UNLESS
YOU WANT THE BEST. SEE THAT
OUU NAME IS ON EVERY PAIR.
AKIN, SELLING & CO.
Book Akd Mimic Buvr.K: Send to Wiley 15.
Allen, l.')3 Ihird street, Portland, for any book
or music published. Orders bv mail filled
I ' -v; . . , - ... ..V...J
nrntnttflv. TIia "f nuimit Puatitno"a innn,Mtr
journal oi music, ou cu. a year. Bend stamp lor
I .-I ..r '
Thrt mdle and feu,ulo minstruls al the Klita
theiilei in Portland are drawing crowded homes.
The Tudor are the latest sensation and mora
talent is on the way.
Tckkihk Rren. Send to John D. Garrieon
107 Third street Portland, for catalogues ot 1e-
Frank O. A bell, the Portland photographer Is
leadini the profession in all the novelties of the
art. Ilia work is always of the beat and his cu
Uimers are satisfied wi h what they receive,
The bet liver regulator known, j sure cure for
D speiniB and indizeaiion is Dr. d en ley's Cali
fornia I. X. I., rtittora
Garrison repairs all kitdsol sewing marhincl. L
MEN AND WOMEN
Born and t.rU. an von wKn frtvnt Iu ht. DlMni
Hoymwit In ft lilrb from fl in IM vr dmr nwi tDiav
nw);Ill . mod rtwvtvv onr dfwilitrlv rlrruUm. AA
USE ROSE PILL
F i plained at loot of tbla column.
THB Ml KM .11. PAftTIU K.-A mimitily Jour
iml of niuk iIhiiIi viH-al tint liintmmtntl,l wiu to
anv xlilrew lor HkM r year. A.l.lren. Wiley H.
Allen, imhiuher anil iiiualr dealer, IU 1'hlnl ilreel,
IN.rtlwnil. Oreirtwi. Cntnl'iffue free.
V. It. MA rtic-llvlt kiriowr.('omri lor .m
survi-ynm. Mllhv-Hmiiu So. a Une'a UnlMlua,
Kant Port Inn J. All klniln nf mirveyliif and ilru(llu
tl.tm. for miy mrt nf the ifiumry.
r N PI R V.'HA KtR Yn".ft A'n,riTtoTirVi7irA
Kulir, I'miM. MiuniiM'tiirennt Hint bread, NkIk,
I'leiile, Duller, lUnioii.HiniHriiiiil Kin Kly crarkera.
(Inlera from Hie Irwle Mill-illed and promptly at-
IV. f. JI'.Kftti aft -.-lid Front ln-et near
WaaliliiKion. Or, meutx, mineral witlera, eiwl,,
etc.. carefully analysed. Amivn for gold ndllver
I; ether metalu from It In .V tlulil dut htmahl
and tmrn made. Order by mall carefully attended
J. H. MrlXTOH.-r. Knint and Stark. Ohem-M-ul
annlynl made of oml, mineral water, eto. or
dlour.v ajevtys of ifuld. aliver, lead or copticr, from
iliii'V I r. P. i(rev. CnntultinirClteniltt.
It. P. KI'.NSI'DV,-Attorney and i:iiiicinr at
I4W ICmira A Hekum's blinding. I.eKal hindneM
Itenahmia' to l-tten Talent for luveuthnm. befnn
O'l' l-Hleot OMlce or In tlie('onn. a "IM-clal! V.
(ib'IIMAN ANK (IKRMA.VroWN WOOL. KNIT
IMI AMI KMIIIIOIIIKKINU HII.K. CAN
VAMNKM.FKI.TN, all kind of r'ani-v work.
I.AMKS' I'NDKIUVRAH, MINSK' AND lllll..
DBr N'n I'MIKHWKAK.
l.r.lXT-a I-4IMPI.KTK WAKnBnHKl
ih im k:ks-(''7 uu. m im Ki'ts-i:; w
105 Third Street. Portland, Or.
P. . Box m
D. J. MaURKEY i CO.,
Special atttotloa itraa to tha sal of
Wheat, Oats, Floor, Wool & Dairy
6a4 Bar WIXKLT PRICTtS CTJRBXITT. aulM
h an application.
liberal IdTtnces on Conslgnnienta.
- falfTiiraTita and Ordtra BoIlcltV
IJKKTAI UANT TIIK II KMT IN TIIK C1T
All tl.Mlern linprnvemenla, ()mii all day.
.1. II. HRrWWRII. Pmnrirlnr
rnilK "WIIITK." WK HAVK THIH DAY HOLD
X our entire Internal In. and tranNferrefl tho axencr
uf the While SewInK Maolune to Mr, John 11. Mam
ami. of in; Third atr et, Pnriland, t)r. Mr. Oarrlwin
will hi-rvafier aupply the nrwln demauU fur llilr
upeilnr nud popular M'Wln inucliinn.
Write to Clettiand Dispensary,
Clevulnud.U ..for Pamphlet in
( pliiiu sealed cnvol-
opo, (ieeriniug an
at nlaht) for eiirinv
f ldltT KM IbSlO.NS.
hunolo, Cheap, Never fails.
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XA.I, E-VOKiTIK, , FIBST T.
W. K l-hamberlalii Jr.
Tlina. A. KobliiM)n.
Lire Scholarship ... $70
vrpkli (rent tretlk.
A. aalnyr ReMedy a4
ultimate result of OTer'JI
veara of practical r iperl.
I'Y, Nervous and Vhvut
al Debility, Henilnal
rhnea, Proataton hea.Krn
uilmlons, Inipotcnrr, Kx
liauated Vitality, Prema
lure Decline and I Attn
OP MANHOOD, from
whatever caiiNe pnHlured,
'urlclies and uurlliea tiie bktod. htremrlhena tha
Kerrea, Hraln, Muaclea, Digestion. Reproductive Or
gans, and Phyalcal and Mental ultlea. It
slops any nnnatural drbllltatli g dram upon
the system, preventing Involuntary Inane, da
bllltatlng dreams, aemlnal loaaea wlin the mine,
etc., an rieatnictlv to mind and body. It tl
a sure eliminator of all KIDNKY AND lir.ADDKH
CIIMPl.AINm IT VONTAINH NO INJl'HIOt'H
INdltKDIKNT. To thnaw nfrriif fna the ef
frela ut yAalhfal ladlaerctlvna mr rirrH,,, a
Mrdr, Ihornarll and arrmnnnil S I KK la
fVI AUA VI-KKII. PrU-. per hollle.or (Iv.
bottlea In cae with full directions and ad-Ire, D'O.
Merit iM-ure from observation to anv addrew upon re
etipl of price, or ('. O D. To be had only of
Dr. II. Anlrteltl, ! Keurny alrert.
Han Kraiiriacn, ( al, onaulu'lnna strictly coiirlden
tlal, by letter or alofllre, VllKK, Kor tlieconvenleui
of pAtienta, and In order to secure perfect aecri-ce, I
have ailoiitcd a prtvaiv aadteas, under which all pack
ages are lurward'-d.
I kiai. noTTi.K ritrr.
RufKclent tn ah w Iu merit, will be a-iit to any on.
applying br letter, stating his aymatuma and
t ommuiil al,in alxk-lly contldpiiuau
JnriP OR IiHY, PRKT. fliin; "ATMOHPHEKIC
J lltanfTaUira," (irlce Aoc. Dry Cure and Inaullla
ton. b)i ou is-ce1it of vrU-p, with full direction for
uneein. H. ). HKIDMoKV. t Co., I'rn,-Ii. I Al Find
tr. Ko'lla.id, Or. Kv'a Axe-iu .r the N. Pacini
, .1 !
( oied HrfAslK,
Coma, etc., It ha
Sold by Drug,
gixti and conn
trj lor? at 10
cents per box.
V 1 a A
-u r Z
pyer sal Idney dueaats) e4oed by Dirug fills.
1 pe nurlWa
BETTER THa VALD
CALIFORNIA FEUIT SALT.
A IMeaaant and Kfll.-aHoin Itrniedy.
$ ImiTorEicI Sr
IF YOU HAVE ABUSEO YOURSELF
lly over IndulKence In eating or drinking; have lck
or nervoiiN hea4la-he; dryuem of the akin, with a
feverlah tendency; uUrht awcala and aleepli muicm; by
all means uae
S'avon'i California Fruit Salt.
And feel ynung once more. It la the woman's friend.
Trv It; si per bottle; bottle for.V IHiranleby all
drugKlxtik llOIHIK.DAYIHA fO.,wholcanle Aenta.
It. K. lI KKN.
Slininond's Kentucky Nabob
Of all the famous productions nf the nine (Iraaa IH.
Irlct thla Whlaky la unexvllMl forpurlly and lluvor.
For family and mi Uklnal purpuaea
la nntorloua. It la made front pure barley and heat
splrlta, and lla VHrtouatiiuiHmvul wts blended with
The Best and Purest Brand In the Market.
TOIl A HIVF.V,
Dole Agval far Partlnad, Oreeea and Ihe Ter
titoriea. where the trade can be supplied by the bar
nl half barrel nrcuae.at the aame price and terms aa
In Kentucky or Han Franclm-o.
Oa which any oas eaa play.
Organtttel, Meloptooi asd Automatic Orgatu,
40 1'lKSr ST., l'OKTLAM), OK.
t'ataloguea nf IiiHtrumi'iitn and Mimk' mulled free
H-AOESTS W .AXTF.lt. -aa
Jieuler In New and
SECOND HAM) MAtlHXERT,
6S Uudlsnn Ml., Purllund, Or.
Parlies dralrlng llollera, Kngtnea ar MAW
Mll.l, MAI HIM KY mnwean
by addreaalng Mr. I oilier.
Now and Second Hand Machinery
ought and wild ar traded to atdvaatasv.
HUDSON'S GUIS STORE,
rirat atreel, Portia ad, OregM.
AIVKS, rilTOLS JUKO AMMVlilTlOl
Slakiaa Tawkto of Kvar Deawrttrtlaa.
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Ben. Kfllh f,
ETEUT PAIS GTARAHTEED.
AKIW. tKLIjaa dk ov.
USE ROSE PILLS.
t? M 2 tuiawiuat'.'
to 2- I
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ca H I
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M tbatawUsaa Mlllfc, "TaU BAVflV m
rl rt cawn k Uf $1 IS? i'sk
A CERTIPICATB OF I.FRf(Il l.
TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS
Of Calllorpia fnr rprnariled PerHns In.ir al
tha mis of f 40 per tnontli theilr-t te,r. $ he
aepaind year, tSu the third jear .i d 7 ibe
fourth yrar. tor furtber particuisra ami terms
aeuil for tnry of ur new 'l-r, "The )r)eo
inphnt." vr hi. b will I at-m fry. REM MLK
LIVK AtiKNTd Vk iM. m ,verr uu and
eoumy Id llieton an t Wahlin.'i"U Ter hend for
tertua at utice In rV. W II 1 1 h1 Kl.l., liei.'l Al. (ire
son ai d alilngioii 'Irirluny. Ida ut IS-tuton
hliM-k Pnnl.pd fr. "
Tha riarat IIITTKH la the WORLB.
Til K Y KKKKtTl'AM.Y CfltE
Vltallac Ike Myairm and arreal I he ravages
the llmirtfiil Ale.ihol Habit.
Aak your Pragglal ar V I ar Mnekaal fa
WILMERUI.HU Or H Agent.. Maa Kraa1
V. J. TAX M'H t'YTl'B ft f Pnrllaad
USE ROSE PIf.LS.
1830. 32 Years Practical Experience. 1082.
John A. Child
& Rubber t.onds.
"J'0H REK XV.
ti in ivn
Cor MmrlMoi a. 'A!su
4 il by
mail whin actum
inl h Tt-h t'tc ..i-h.
WILL BS PAID TO ANY PEHHON PBODUO
Lug a mora effectual remedy than
Dr. Meck'i Sure Cure for Catarrh,
Which baa stood tb test lor fourteen year. PhTat
clans. Dnurgtata, and all who bae gard and tlmr
oiishly teated It, pronooor It asaariaa fur the cure ol
that luatliaom danaaa, Try It. Yottr drugglat haa
It, price il.
lit. Keck thoroughly andersUnda, and la emlnenlly
succeaaful to the treatmant ol all akroala aoo i aa
eialt dl.raati of kaa araoa and all age, having
made a specialty of thrar treatmant for fourteen yean
He treat I'.a i ar without sajng the knife. Ills favor
ite presi'rlpiion la funilahed to bady aatleata Fi as.
No lady should to without Is. Yaung, oilUille-aged or
old, Dialeor faoaak, kiaanlty or life of suffering Is
your Inevitable doom unless yo apply tn time to tha
physician who Dnderstands, aad Is competent U mat
your raa. Waat no more lima nor money with In
competent physician. All communications attended
to with dtapalch, and ar strictly eounilenilal. MeOJ
elna sent to any part of th country. Circulars, ttW
DJonlala, and a I'.t of printed qiieallnn lrDlahed on
apnlk-aUon. X)ml I.TAT1U.M VKKK. Indna
a three-cent tump fur lint and .ldrea Ull. JAMhd
KKCKj No, IHo first street, Portland. Or.
Wa. 11 Kami atfaaa, s P.,
TreaU all Ckraal amd Spaalaa IM
Wna may bb nprriniNO fiiom thk r.r
feet uf Touthfia follies or Indiscretion, will dc
well to avail theamelvas of this, th realet h-.ci,
ever laid at lb altar of auirerlng humanity. l.K
HI'INNKY will guarantee to forfeit S..OU for eve.i
raaeotrVrntnal Weaaneas or prtval dleaaii f ai V
s Ui'l or character which h umlrtke and lai.s w
Thor at many at the ag ol thlrtr lo slsiv t,
aie troubled wlt!i too friueni rvacuatlona nf it t
bladder, often avoniiaiieil by a d'Klit ainartlin-. .
Im ruing iie'Hation and a wenkenlng uf th avatem
a mniiuei tho patient rwuiiot aiinunt for. do ..im
lulng the urinary deno.lt a ropy ntlinnt will o!t. i
'ie fwuid, ami sometime amall nnriii l.- of all'muei
will appear, or the color will bent a II. "i unl'ili hu.
ii- il'i chunking to a dark and impnl apjienriii.Mi
I In re are many uien who die i,f tMa dlfU.-ultv. h
rauf of th i aline, wlil. li la tliaaivouil amtje of Sen -nut
V'rnkiieaa. Dr. H. will gnaraiin'e a (.erfect cu... u
all atich iwe. audabvalthy reatoraiiou uf i.'iago. n:
mil e llnur-lnie4nd( tol Hun larafmiu h ti
ll A. M. (loiaiiliuilcii Ire. Thoriiugh eikiunail .1
and advice. (A.
Calloradlr. DH. MriVMPY cf !..
Ntl. II If krnv wtpftrtt Warn iai ., i ..i
STORE 167 THIRD ST.
ON SHORT NOTICE.
y7 THREAD, '
HOUSEHOLD & WHITE
WM. BECK & &GK
Im purlers and dealer Iu
Gnus, Rifles, and Revolvin g
Rod r-XK. Sinters,
R1n ' Float.,
Lines i ''vwVt'-'. Margrou
"- 7 Llups.
IadM-a. t- cT-V nlJtllld
Bral'led and Tapered Oil Mlk Uuea.
Six Spliced Split Bamboo Hoiy
lAltaad fty Kawn at., PnrOov'
F(lH ANYtN'R WHO wi r;RS
and I loaa f,llln. an.l, ,r",1
ure ami prrfea-t i Ullln.;. ,.-.."' a bml ut'ln
nrnient. Kevcrnl Ur: -ai.l have j-H-r,
lnal. Agental -i " and leach wnid
nrv.rr lean. iu-t r'- - (roili
W 1 10 per day - I ' N ,
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