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EUGENE CITY GUARD
LATEST SEWS SUMMARY.
BT TrLEOBAFH TO D4TF.' '
The Now York Herald reJaoet its sub
cription price from tbree ccnta to two
It Buffalo, Sept. 2Ctb, fire destroyed
8toinlerg'i grain elevator. Low,
A recent conflagration in tbe Kade
Keni quarter of Constantinople destroyed
A f nrioui gale prerailed on Lakes Erie
nd Ontario on tbe nigbt of V?A. 24th,
nd a number of vessels are reported
At Port Jerrli, X. Y., Sept. 25th. tbe
extoniire sbopi of tbe New York, Lake
Erie and Western railroad were do
strored by fire.
Tbe president bas appointed Sidney K.
Water of Putnam, Indian agent at Col
ville agency, Washington territory, Tice
John a. Simms, resigned.
D. W. Glawie, cf Wasbiugton city,
bas been debarred as a patent attorney
before tbe interior department on ac
count of irregular services.
It is said tbat tbe amallpoz and ty
phoid fever have broken ont amoDg tbe
natives on section 20 of tbe Canadian
Tacifio railway, at Georgian bay.
Valnesof exports of breadstuff daring
Aopust. 1VS3, SlS.SlG.l'); same laon'
in 18.S2, 82,W1,320; for tbe fight months
ended August 31, 1$3, $114,237,015;
same time in 110,275,WS.
Tbe Oregon Short Line has all been
graded in southern Idaho sud tbe
grading forces are still kept in tbe field
in expectation of continuing tbe road
down Snake river to Lewiston and tbo
Collector Hartranft, at Philadelplia,
has been notified to exerc'te the strictest
scrutiny in examining all cattle
from Great Britain, because of tbe
alarming increase of foot and month dis
ease in tbat country.
A severe storm passed over Limerick,
Ireland, Sept. 20th. The town hall was
blown down, and ono of tbo bridges
over tbe river Shannon badly injured
A number of bouses wore- destroyed in
various contiguous districts.
A Bucharest dispatch of dispatch of
September 2otu says: Ibe runway train
from runs lor (jontMantinopiu was
thrown from tbe track near Vicocorova and
several carriages demolished. Many
persons were killoj and wounded.
General Sherman bag fixed upon No
vember 1 as the date nporc which he will
turn over bis command to Uoneral buori
dan, and practically return to civil life,
although he will not be placed on the re
tired lint of tbo army uutil Fcbruury 8,
Major General Pope, now command
ing the department of the Missouri, will
probably succeed Oeueral Sbcriduu in
command of tbo military division of the
Alissonri, which includes, besides tlio do
partment of tlio Missouri, the depart
ments of Dakota, Toxas and tho Platte
II. D. Wolfe, who bos beon visiting
Alaska, in a lecture bolero tho geograpui
col society in San Fralicisoo said that the
reports about tbo largo gold discoveries
mado by boluc luin in Alaska, were utter
ly iui88. xiioro was out a poor prospect
for miners in that eountry, and any who
go np there will suiter great hardships
At San Francisco, Sept. 25tl detective
officers have captured ono of tho most
compluto counterfeiting outfits ever
seen on tho const and arrested tho opera
tor.a young man giving bis name ns S.F.
Upson, but whoso real name is supposed
to bo Ten ton, from Ohio. Tho cntlit
consisted of a drop -press, tivo-dollar
dies and steel puuebes. When arrested
Upson claimed the machine, was a now
prospecting battery of bis invention.
An old mill in Maynard county, Il'i
nois, reforred to in all biographies of
Abraham Lincoln, was burnud recently,
with all its contents. It was originally
built in 182U, by Wm. G. Greene, better
known as "Slicky" Greene, who after
ward took Lincoln in partnership, under
the firm name of Greono Sc Lincoln. It
was at this mill wbore the store was kept
at which Lincoln met the verr early set
tiers. It is stated tho property was not
Tory valuable. It was insured lor 92,0UU.
Tbe civil service commission have not
yet replied to Secretary Folger's letters
inquiring as to the preference to be given
honorably discharged veterans of tbe
late war in making appointments. It is
understood they considor tho law itself
leaves no room for doubt on this ques
tion, but they disagreo with Secretary
Folger as to there being an equality be
tween four persons, certified to him from
among whom to make bis selection,
when suoh persons do not rate equally
in their examinations.
A St. John, N. 13., dispatch of tho
25th says: Forest fires are raging alonp;
the New Brunswick railroad throughout
York county. Heavy fires near tbe
Maine border destroyed telegraph poles
and wires. A schooner in tbe shipyard
was bnrned yesterday. The forest be
tween Salisbury and and Sussex on the
Intercolonial railroad are filled with Are,
srtoke and oinders. At points along the
northern division tbe smoke was so
dense and fire so olose to the track tbat
trains wore compelled to move very
Tbe following message wsssent to Pres
ident Arthur in answer to the president's
congratulation upon the opening of the
Central and South American Telegraph
Company's line. "Tbe emperor and em
press of Brazil tbank the president and
government of the United States, and in
returning their salute I concur with
them, with the assurance that tbo new
channel of direct communication opened
between the two countries via Galveston,
will continue to maintain the happy re
lations existing between them and their
A New York dispatch of September
SCth says:" Railroad traffic returns fur
the third week in September are very
favorable. Tbe moat striking statement
is the Manitoba road, which shows earn
ings for tbe week of $103,000. This ia
an increase of (14,000, notwithstanding
the fact tbat 15 per cent, of the business
of the company last year w, s mainly
from transportation of material used in
the construction of tbe Canadian Paoiflc. j
Tbe gain this year is due to the inerea
in local traffic, which bas made np for I
Josi of Canadian Paciflo business. '
James D. Warren of Buffolo was
elected chairman of the Republican
state campaign committee.
Tbe prio pai J by tbe eastern syndi
cate for tbe Donver, Utah and Pacific
rood is $850,000. - Tbo names of tbe pur
chasers are withheld.
At Osakis, Minn., Sept. 27th, tbe
boiler of Ives Bros.' steam power thresh
ing machine, while threshing grain six
miles in the country, suddenly exploded,
killing three men and injuring five
Colonel George Euapp, senior pro-p-iotorof
tho Missouri Republican, died
on the 18th of Sept., on board tbo
steamer Penland, en toute from Europe
to New York. For more than fifty-six
years in various capacities, from appren
tice to editor and proprietor, be was con
nected with tbe Republican.
An Ogdon, U. T., dispatch of Sept.
2Gth says: J. M. Barlow express mes
senger on tbe Utah Northern railroad,
committed suicide at this city this even
ing, with a revo'.er. lie held in bis
hand a certificate c! membership of tbe
Des Moines lodge of Odd Fellows, on
which was endorsed: "For God's sake
forgive my rash act; but life is a failure."
At Park City, Utah, ou a recent nigbt,
John Olsen, a desperado, went into a
saloon, and approaching James Christen
Hen, pulled out a large knife and plunged
it into Cbristenson's bowels. There was
no quarrel between tho men and the as
sault was made on an unoffending mi'.1
Christenecn died of bis wounds and
Olsen is nnder arrest.
It is proposed to establish inland
quarantino at Yuma, Arizona, to prevent
the introduction of Mexican yellow
fever into the United States. It is under
stood fie railroad authorities will co
operate. Yellow fever has broken out
at la Pax. Ibe heat is intense and tbe
people are said to be flying in all direc
tions to escapo the fever and in search of
a cooler atmosphere.
Tho National Wool Growers' associa
tion was in session at Chicago, Sept.
2Uth. Representatives from Vermont,
New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michi
gan, Wifconsin. Minnesota, Illinois,
Kansas, Colorado, Texas and West Vir
ginia were in attendance. A resolution
wax passed declaring it to bo the Bcnse
of the association that the tariff rates ou
wool should, at the earliest opportunity,
be rcstorod to what they wero bj'oro the
lute reduction; that state, (lis ict and
county associations of wool growers in all
states should use thoir best endoavors to
secure the efforts of their senators and
representatives to that end, and that con
gress be called ou to mako tbe restora
tion. The meeting ended harmoniously.
A San Francisco dispatch of Sept.
20th says: "No chango has boon made in
through rates by the railroad conference,
that ia to say tho Northern Pacific has
adopted the satuo rates for through
freight to Portland as those which have
been in existence on tbo other roads
from tho east to San Francisco. Tbe
question of control of tbe Atluntio and
Pacific was not raised, an understanding
on tins point having been previously
reached between the Southern Pacific
and Atchison, Topeka anil Santa l'e
roads, who, between them, hold nearly
all tbo stock. Tho roads, outside of the
Northern Pacific, will among themselves
oontinuo to maintain the same propor
tion of distribution of through earnings
that hat hitherto existed.
A New York dispatch cf Sept. 21st
says- ico President (Jakes of tbo
North rn Pacific states that tho net earn
ings of the preferred stock for tlio yecr
ending Juno 30th amount to three per
cent., and that ono per cent, may bo
added for tho Bix months to December
30lh. making four per cent, cash dividend
ou tho preferred stock in January. Ue
says tho business of tho read is immense;
also that tho present debt of tho North
ern Pacific will be funded, and the com
pony already has tbo offer of money for
that purposo from Germany. J. be board
also feels that dividends on tho preferrod
stock may be expected nt an early ilsv.
It is denied on authority tho report tffut
tbo Northern Pacific company is owing
the Pullmau car works large sums. All
equipments manufactured for tho rail
road company is declared to have been
paid for in cash on demand.
At Beilin tbe Bundesrath bas adopted
the treaty of oommerce with Spain.
Survivors who were buried for many
hours at Cssamicciola show signs of in
The United States of Columbia has re
ceived a loan of $500,000 from tho Isth
mus Canal Company.
Two hundred persons charged with
brigandage bavo loen arrested in a sin
gle provinco in Italy.
King Alfonso looks to railroad build
ing as the bond that is to cement friend-
i ' i i j a
snip ueiween f rutico uuu oimiu.
Reccut storms have been so destructive
to crops iu tbe south of Ireland that a
ranewal of tent agitation is feared.
Tbe count of Paris is more generally
recognized by tho Legitimists as tbeir
leader and king than was to have been
The Canadian Pacific Railway Com
pany for their exhibit at the internation
al exhibition at Amsterdam bas been
awarded a diploma of honor, which is the
In emulation of the confederate bonds
claimant a Polo is about to sue the
French government for repayment of
2,000,000f which one of bis ancestors
loaned to Lonia XIV.
Tbe Swiss government has refused to
extradite Lennig, an American student,
bo killed a fellow student in a duel in
Germany, as duelling is not named in
tbe extradition treaty. In accordance
with this decision the court ordered tbe
release of Lennig from custody, and be
was therefore liberated.
Tbe Archduke Rudolf, prioce imper
ial of Austria Hungary and heir appar
ent to tbe Austrian throne, and Arch
duchess Stephanie Clotilde Louise per-
mine Marie Charlotte, Dncness of box
ony and princess of Saxe Cobnrg and
Gotha, are now brought face to face with
the momentous question, "What shall
we name tbe baby?
My advice is to consult the lives of
other men as be would a looking-glass,
and from thence fetch examples for his
own imitation. Terence. 1
A Yorkshire Love Legend.
Some three hundred years ago a very
Soor man kept a shop underneath the
inster Towers, ilia business was as
poor as he was; he bad already five
children, and one morning bis wife gave
birth to a sixth, a fine little girL Tbe
poor father sighed; he took the child in
the shop, and laid it on tbe counter.
Then he fairly broke down and sobbed
over his new possession. Now, tbe shop
was an open one, and a knight who hap
pened to be riding by stopped bis boise
when be taw tbe poor man's diitrost.'
"What ails you, friend?" be said.
"Alas," said the father, "I havealrcaJy
five young ones, and I know not how to
find food for them, and lo! my wife has
but now given me another. I would
that it bud not come into this suffering
"I will see what will happen to her,"
the knight said; for he was a sorcerer,
and always carried bis great book of fate
at his saddle-bow.
The poor man gazed at him at he read.
All at once he saw tbe knight turn pale,
his hair briatled on his head, but be
spoke with a smiling face to the dis
"Bo consoled, friend; I have no
daughter, and if you will give me your
nnwelcomo infant I will adopt it and
mske it heir to my possessions."
Tbe father's delight was great; bo
loaded the knight with thanks, and
placed tho baby in his arms. Tbe
knight spurred bis horse and rode to
the banks of tho Ouse, at some distance
from tbe city. Here he dismounted and
flung the infant into the middle of tbe
river, for in the book of fato be had read
tbat tbo infant was Uostiued to marry his
Then he rode away rejoicing. But tbe
river was more compassionate than the
knight. It washed the baby ashore, and
a fisherman bearing its cries, carried it
home to his cottage.
Fifteen years after, tho knight with
many of bis friends came riding along
the banks of tbe Oase, and stopped at
the fisherman's cottage to buy a fiih. A
young girl came to the door, and the
knight and all bis friends were startled
by her wonderful boauty. Her manner,
too, was so sweet and gracious tbat as
they went on their way they continued
to praise her and wonder at her loveli
noss, till the knight said with a laugh
"I will search my book and seo which
of you is destined to be the fishcrmaid
But his laughter ceased and bis face
grew whito when he read that this was
tho very maiden ho had llung into the
Btreoin long ago.
He soon mudo an excuso to leave his
friends, and going baok to the cottage
arked toe fisherman if he would allow
his daughter to carry a message from
him to his brother, a noble knight, who
i ved at Scarborough,
Tbo fisherman consented, and then
the knight wrote o letter, and sealing it
gave it to the girl. Sho put the hitter
into hor purso and started at once on
her journey. When night fell she went
to a little inn, where she asked for a bed
and slept soundly, fow, it happened
that a thief found his way into the inn
that nigbt, and prowling about be came
iuto tbe maiden's room and saw ber
purso lying on tho table. In it he
found tbo lottvr, which be opened and
rend: It contained these words:
"Dear Brother Tako tbo bearer and
put her to death immediately."
The thief turned bis lantern onto the
face of the sleeper, nud seoiug bow
young and beautiful she was be felt
compassion. "Sho deserves a better
fate," ha said, "and sho shall have it."
And then he wrote a note in the hand
writing of the knight:
"Dear brother Tako tho bearer and
marry her at once." He tbon sealed tae
letter and placad it iu tho girl's purse
instead of the other.
Next morning tho girl waked early and
hurried onto Scarborough. Tbo knight's
brother rsceived her kindly; but when
ho bad read the letter he embraced her
and went to seek his nephew, who hap
pened to be on a visit to bis castle. As
soon as tbo youth beheld the maiden be
became enamored of her and desired to
bo we Jded next day; and tbo marriage
was celebrated with much splendor, the
brido looking more beautiful than ever
in her wedding garments.
After a day or two the knight told bis
nephew that he must go to York to seek
tbo knight, his father, and tell him that
he had obeyed bis commands. The
young husband was unwilling to leave
his wife; however, he departed with
many promises of a spsedy return.
He had not been gone long when his
futher arrived they had missed eaoh
other on the road and when the York
knight learned what had happened he
was almost mad with rage. He asked
his dangbter in law to oome with him
outside of tho castle; then, seising ber
by the hair he dragged her to tbe sea
shore and drew his dagger. She fell on
"Spare my life," she said, "and tell
me how I have angered yon."
At this he told ber her history and
bade her prepare for death; bnt at last
her toars and entreaties so far softened
him that he sheathed his dagger; then,
plucking a gold ring from his finger, he
flung it into tbe sea.
"Swear to me," he said, "that you will
not oome into my sight or that of my son
till that ring is on your finger, and I will
spare your life."
She swore, and then she fled away in
wild terror, till she found herself in a
strange place, obliged to beg for food.
At last, after long wanderings, she be
came cook to a nobleman.
One day, as tbe looked out of the win
dow at the guests arriving for a banquet,
she saw ber cruel enemy and bis son,
htr dearly loved husband. She drew
back hastily, and then she trembled so
that she could hardly cook tbe dinner.
Just before it was ready a sUheruian
came to tbe door. He hud brought a
splendid fish for sale, and she took it in
knd tegan to clean it. All at once she
taw something glitter inside it.
She looked closer; it was the knight's
ring; then she ceased trembling, her fear
changed to joy, and she exked the din
ner to perfection.
"Who is your cook, my lord?" asked
the knight, who, notwithstanding bis
cruelty, was extremely fond of good
"She is a strange girl, bnt she is fair
to see, his host answered; "she earns
bee Ring to my door, and I took ber in
from charity; then turning to the ser
vant behind him: "Some of von bid the
cook come into the dining hall."
The girl washed her face and mootbod
her hair, then the put on her best clothes
and with tbe ring on ber flngor she en
tered the hall.
Tbe guests lookud at hor with wonder,
for she seemed to them "n fair as the
moon, as lovely as a rose."
But the knight uttered a fierce yell
and started from his seat. He drow hit
tword, and made a rush at her, but she
toiled and held up her hand. On it be
saw the ring which be had cast into tbe
sea. He saw, too, that hor young hus
band stood beside her and clasped her
in his arms. Then tbe knight bent bis
bead, for be saw tbat fate bad bsen too
strong for him, and be tuffercd her to
dwell peacefully with her loving bus
baud; and sho became famous through
the country for ber beauty, her courtesy,
and her soodnest. Belgravia.
A Basket of Flowers and Grasses
Grasses, even the most dolicte, lose
little if any of their light, graceful ap
pearance by being carefully dried. This
is the best accomplished by gathering
them before they have reached maturity,
tying in loose bunches and banging
them in adark and drv closet free from
dust. The grasses will, of course, fade
somewhat, but will novertholess bo still
very handsome. The margins of streams
and pends furnish many protty varieties
which, when properly preserved, will be
the source of much pleasure.
Ferns and autnmn leaves require more
attention; both should be rapidly dried,
or rather pressed, between hot
papers. Old newspapers are excel
lent for this purposo. Autumn leaves, to
bo preserved perfectly as possiole should
be lightly varnished with map varnish,
using a flat brush, or, what is simpler
and generally more satisfactory, waxed.
This c insists of spreading the leaves ont
carefully, and then going rapidly over
them with a hot fiat iron, previously
pissed over a piece of pure boeswax. In
this way a fine, tbin coating of wax is de
posited on the leaves, giving them a
beautiful glossy appearance, and making
their delicate tints permanent.
Tho bright crimson leaves of the su
mach prepared in this way make a lovely
Ferns are best when gathered with the
autumn leaves in the full, as tbe sap hav
ing then ceased to flow, they are more
raadily pressed and preserve their color
Cat tails, so common on margins of
ponds, are very popular; these should
be gathered early in the season, before
maturity, as they are thea not so apt to
"fuzz out," and becoroo more an nui
sance than an ornament. Tho pods of
the milkweed, taken a little before they
burst naturally, and opened carefully,
so that a part of the contents only pro
trudes, produce a very striking decora
Thistle-tops, also, are very showy, and
can be produced from cny florist iu end
less tints and shades of color.
The selection and proper csro of the
material is, of course, of first importance,
but success depends as much upon the
tasteful and natural arrangement of the
same as upon anything olso. An ex
ceedingly hatidsome basket, producing a
pleasing and decorative tffect, consists
of u tripod of polished metal, having a
littlo more than halfway below tho union
of tho three rods and tho base, a flat,
oircularring firmly fastened to the legs
of the tripod. Into this ring an orna
mental wicker basket was snugly fitted,
which, for the nso of fresh flowers, was
lined with tin.
The basket was filled with moss, and
made up of dried grasses, ferns and au
tumn leaves, golden rods, asters, gen
tians, and other wild fall flowers. As
the fresh flowers faded they wore re
placed every few days by new ones, and
thus tho basket or stand was a source of
rare beauty and much pleasure. When
the supply of wild flowers failed in the
latter part of the seasou, their place was
filled by delicate thistlo-tops, snowy
milk weed, and a few sprays of colored
grasses. In the spring and summer the
wild flowers may again be utilized, and
the basket replenished; but the greatest
pleasure to be derived frem such a stand
is in tho winter when the supply of nat
ural flowers has ceased.
The tripod need not necessarily be
composed of metal; noatly turned wood
or natural sticks may be used, and any
shspely basket will answer the purpose.
The metallic lining may be dispensed
with when fresh flowers are not used;
but it is better to have some lining ma
terial within the basket, for unless it is
very tightly woven the nioes is apt to
come through. Stiff packing paper or
oiled canvas answers the purpose suffi
cienty. The arrmgement in all cases should
be light and simple, taking care to avoid
crowding the specimens, and allowing
to all sufficient room for the drooping of
tbe sprays, which will occur when the
atmosphere becomes very moist. Ike
Ivy in the American Garden.
The SI to to be Shunned.
Many good men have delighted ia
passing their hours of relaxation in com
pany of their ohilnren. This betokens a
pure and loving nature. Richter fays
the man is to be shunned who does not
love the society of children. Henry IV
was passionately fond of them, aud de
lighted in their gambols and caprices.
One day, when crawling aronud the
room on uis bands and knees, with the
dauphin on bis back and the other chil
dren about him urging the king to gallop
in imitation of a horse, an ambassador
suddenly entered, and surprised tbe
royal party in tbe midst of their fun.
Henry, without rising to his feet, asked,
"Have you children, M. Ambassador?"
"In that case I proceed with thetport,"
remarked the king.
Napoleon used to take tbe infant king
of Rome in his arms, and standing in
front of a mirror with him, there make
tbe oddest grimaces in the glass. At
breakfast he would take tbe child upon
his knee, dip his fingers in tbe sauce and
daub his face with it.
Tbe child's governesses scoldel, the
emperor laughed, and tbe child, almost
always pleased, appeared to delight in
tbe rough caresses of his father. Those
who, on such occasions, had a favor to
solicit from tbe emperor were almost
always tnre of being favorably received.
Cato, tbe censor, no matter howsoever
argent the business of the republic,
would never leave bis home without first
having seen his wife wash and dress the
bcfc'ero, after having put the finishing
band to his orations, called in the chil
dren, and had a joyous romp with them.
A great diversion of the Emperor
Anguttnt was to play at gomes with
little children, who were brought from
all part for this purposo, Moorish and
Syrian children being his favorites.
There was one littlo fellow of tbe name
of Luciu, who stood only two feet high,
and weighed only seventeen pounds, bnt
who nevertheltsi had a prodigious voice.
He was an especial favorite.
Rosseau said that nothing gave him
greater pleasure thsn to see little chil
dren making fun and playing together.
"I have alwoys," says be, "stopped in
the Etreet to watch their frolics and
sports with an interest which I seo no
other person take in them."
Yet inconceivable inconsistency !
Rousseau sent his own children to a
foundling hospital, and never owned
them. Bow Bells.
The white bat is fading like the sere
and yellow leaf.
The bachelor's refrain a lass! Tho
maiden's refrain ah, men.
The railroad sondoctor takes no slock
in tho old ticket. N. Y. Com.
Presents which our love for tbe donor
bas rendered precious aro ever tbe most
Covetousness, like a candle ill mado,
smothers tho splendor of a happy fortune
in its own greoso. Oaborn.
Adversity has the effect of eliciting
talents which in prosperous circumstan
ces, would have remained dormant.
Tbo proper means of increasing the
love we bear our native country is to
reside sometime in a foreign one. Shen
stone. A Washington clerk who had a keg of
specio drop on his fingers is one of tho
few people who ever hod too much cash
It is said that a soup plenty good
enough for a church festival can be made
from watermelon seeds and ufforded for
ten cent a dish.
Sir Walter Raleigh mado his way to
fortune and fame by politeness. He was
not one of the Elizabethan ruffs. Bos.
Tourists are sometimes suggestive.
"Why, a donkey couldn't climb that
hill," said one of them; and then be
added, "and I'm not going to try it."
The experience of Naomi, the daughter
of Enoch, should not bo forgotten by
American girls. She declared (ho would
not marry any one who was not "just
perfect," and she did not get a husband
uutil she was 580 years old.
A Boston religious weekly feelingly
asks: "Why do dies bite so much worse
in church than anywhero else?" This is
oliilicult cont'edruu), but it miy ba that
a man is harder to keep awake in church
in some churches, at leist than any
where else. Nor. Her.
Mrs. A. T. Stewart has devoted
1,000,000 of her private fortuno to es
tablishing a non-sectarian college, in
which tuition shall be free. It is said
that this will bo the largest and finest
college editlco in America, if not in tho
I. G. Davidv.n, Portland, Oregon, enlarges
more pictures thin any oilier ph tosraphor iu
the state. Scud orders direct to him a he
lias no cauvaesiag audits. Pictures finished in
any ilisired style, Iudia ink, water colon, oil
DON'T BUY BOSS BOOTS UNLESS
l'OU WANT THE BEST. SEE THAT
OUR NiME IS ON EVERY PAIR.
AKIN. SELLING A- CO.
Agents wau'.aJ in every town lu Oregon and
ai.lnuia to sell the new Improved NO.
HfcViiN Aincricca -wtne M'.cti!t.e. John B. Gar
nwa Ucucrnl A.li. 107 Tmrd trvet, Portland,
Hivirins cataraot. nt hnn??t apolausc, loaming
pcv.ins of fun, and the best show of tho season
now Ix'inj held Ht tlio Kluo theatre, Portland,
Oregon. I'ejnlar prices 25 and 50 conts.
Frark G. AtVll, th bcMof Orpinn artlfM, ! tl
wv prepared to ine pnot''erpti in thehlKheat
itylp of the art.nt hi rr, 167 rm itrrct, Port
land, (.'ill at Lis art rooma when ia tbe ci'.v.
Garrison reoaira all kind of sewing machines.
Take ?.';n. Plunder's Oregon Blood Purifier.
O. . P. l.-.rr Merle Xr. IT.
ACliair that makes a Lounge
or a Bed.
Wi have tne Beat Assortment of
WILL PAPER, BEDDl.HO.
And at LESS MONEY, than at any other hooaetn
tbe cltr. Yon will uvt money bjr burin jrour F t'R
KITIRE from oa.
G. SHINDLER fc CO.,
iee pint 4 is? rrwi
NEAR M0RRI8OX PORTLAND.
effedqe, )avh Sj Sc.
s2 and ?4 ctictit Stiul
Cltll Engineer, Surrey or Pranghtsman.
VLL KPfpfl OK KNrsiNF.ERINfl EXEf TTED
tn ihe mate hi Orefon aod ldabo, WaahiDftoii
aa4 Montana terrttortn.
Baaai Xaw IS. urrr Pint Kaltaaal Bask,
USE BOSS PILLS,
to urUr r. at Man VnMlm.u 'v,j - UuJ
BIHIIOP A M m 1 1 it." w"""?-
O.-Nuir 1.11, li.lui.ier.w.li , Pn...
the isTenxAnovTiT -:::::
--Tl..bet oi,e -l.,,!.,. ,,;v'll'"er TMfT
tra'i,. aod bo.t, tw. fc mij;
w. u. j e w f. v co., .o a u-.r1
An.lyUof ore., metuln. oal, ,. ? It
(old and .liver, a:i; 4 ailVlu n ? "r
l,r,,n,ilv uii... .A. ',.T 0nliT.T"
MI'NIU HO I N K.
D. W. PBENTII'E, IOT 1 IriTT
munc dealer. PiiuiiM.urg.ua. iluZi n!!M""'i.
ll.li.ic In ii.h n.n.le II,,,.. m'oUnE?
t 1 (J.
C A. UOVF, U-tnuiter, 107 v. ::?
ptinioiuU, w.iclie .,i j-uHry V ."
Railroad wat. u. Country untrn .,:,' ,twtiK
C 1L FETV. Xo. !M O..U Htieet-tZT"
er. manufacturer of notary un,l u,Jl " ,:Tt.
anclHhvi.tuuiiM.Mn.l Inter., Ac; mt,ZiVn
ki.1 -ten.-!' ' ,u,Jrr lUaj.
mii.oioii, HMi rii ,v roLpuTTr2
3 ee.id-lmijrt.-r. una d-aln, in ,',
Hardware, iiieRhaiiUn' tooli, ruiierv 1...?., "''"'V
lrortJ Maw nuiitel, cJu'u.rytli?
HOOKS. HXll AKD 1ILIXD.
F. e. HEArn a 10 -10:1 pp.., 7Tr-
In Palilla. Oil and (Ham, Doom, Wind,.. "!
H I- K...H for IMiv l..'.rt cm,.!," "
MF.ROW VOtPF.tt. 4 Mrk.-,jnnmJ7
ToniOH, Headstone., etc., fiirnliluM lu 'lull,?!!'
American marine. Co.inuy orders fili
bend for price. ai;dd !itiih. r
i-ooper a 11 a uii.Toy. civ,i Krii,wr,
Portland. Or. All Unit of surveying "1
done lu any par! of the et.imtrv, MUL
EM PI It E II A KER1JJ Wahmtr,x Vn t
Kiihr, Prop 1larmfact.1rHr.of Kllot i rmj, smI
Picnic, limier, llostoti, Sngar an1 Shou Kiy crarken!
Order, from liie lim'.e aoii-iiud aud i rumiuiy u
D. P. KE.VVEDY, . Attorney and l'.iiu:vior at
Law Hoot. A lick tint', building. l-8l btrtmi
pertal.'iniK to Letter, i'.tt-nl for luveiitMni, btlun
th PM,..:t O.nVo or in tt) Courts. . t.mhItv
l-T RIH'KIVE!) AT fiARRISON'S SEWING
t) Marliine.tore. 1ST l'hird street, Portland, Or?
son, l., nm of HoiiH-hoid Sewing Machine bur.
fnK two and one half yeurV u.u In Oreifou the Ifouie.
hold ha. forced IK way to the front. It. aiMierW
merit are now well known to the puldlc Ageou
wanted to .ell In eery town In Oree,vi.
A FABILOIS UKCOVEKY.
Worth Million to the Unman Fnj.
ilj--'elery a-t a l ure.
The habitual rtaitv tiso of thU vei;rt:thle ij
much more Iwni'tldal to man than nioit people
Imagine. The writer, who Is familiar with iu
virtue, w acquainted with many mn and
women who from various causes have become
so much aHeete.1 hv norvousne.n that when
they stretched out their hands thev shook like
asen leaves, but by a moderate use of celery
they became a,s strong In nerve m other
people. e have known others to be cured of
palpitation o the heart. To this e 111 tv add
that we received of I)r. Henlev, of Portland.
Oregon, a bottle of "Celerv, l!"eef and Iron."
By close analysis we state the preparation
called Celery, lleef and Iron Is what it is re
presented to be, Absolutely pure, and every
one entailed In labor weakenlnn to the nerves
should use "Celery, Beef and Iron." We find
also according to the formula received, each
bottle is composed of Lieblts's extract ol beef,
extract of celery, and pyrophosphate of lrou
with condensed wine. "These combined we
pronounce the best known remedy for any
disorder of ihe nerves or ueuianjia. The
most delicate nerves, even of birds, we give
celerv, how much better will it subserve the
wants ol the human family ? Pit B. H.Open
heiKen In Journal of Chemlstrv.
Prepared aud put up by Dr.'W. Henley.
Portland, Oregon. Ofllce and Laboratory, 7
Monhtou street, bet. Fourth and Filth.
H. P. GREGORY & CO.,
So. 5 Jiorth Front St., between A and B,
Ws. 1 JrJ Woodworking
Sjr Niif Machinery.
9 -Stenw Enslaet
a TJM'yk5lt Machinery,
C .- tic. etc.
F. W. DE All BURN & CO.
Manufacturers and Dealers in
107 Front Street, Portland, Or.
ESTIMATE FI BX1SHFD.
BUSINESS EDUCATION !
OO TO THE
Xrikwtt carver Heom4 mm lnw
W.& JAMES, Principal. F.E. CHAMBERS, 7
Tbe a C. Journal (new edition), ttvlnf full UdonnA
rJou.aentraKS. Addreaa . ,mrM
JAMES A CHAMBERS..
Portland. Or.-P. O. Boi
EYE & EARIXFIRMABY
SANITARIUM, OR HOME FORTKESICK
Maea4am Bond. bet. Porter and W "
ftaalks Fof1lanl, Or.
Ir. Pfiklnrton, la:e Profeomr of Eye Ear I1!ea"!
In U Med.cl Department of Willamette Jl'rM
baa erected a fine Vulldinr on a beauUful elevation ui
the uth part of the rltv, and preire.i lo a"""? .
date patients suffenna from all disetwuid ,B
EAK or TIlllOAT. Also will !r fecial aite"""
perena laboriiif nnder Chronic Neryou. affectKws
and 10 da.ej peculiar to women, and recel e a
ted numherof cane. eirectln ronunemenl.
The Intention t. to provide a Hoi-ie for
with all Uie bew hvirieuic aende combined wan "
be-t medical skill to be ha.1 in the metrofc '. , .M
For any amount of reference, and .eirenlarM ire
DR. J. H. Pll-M.NTp;'
tr. 11 Bad WrUlinn Ht. Fartiaad.
L. FELDXANN & CO.,
Importer! and Wbolraal Dealer, tn
Wooden and Willow Ware,
Aad Manufacturer, of
Drtomi and Brushes
Ma. m Front htm. Partlud, Or.
USE ROSE PILLS.