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HARVEST SONG. j
The fields are shining broad and still
Like sorre bright golden ocean;
Ome, farmers, all, to labor's call
Your reaper put in motion. j
Once bare and fallow lay the grouud,
Beneath the hot sun burning;
Now rich and heavy stands the gram,
A hundred fold returning, j
The header boldly breaks the way,
(The west wind lightly blowing),
And down the long, clean, shinning roads,
We harvesters are going.
The acres wide their treasures yielding,
In golden masses streaming;
And, swung by strong and ready arms,
. Each laden fork is g earning.
Come, start the stack and build it high,
(The light straw floating o'er us;)
Our conquering armies soon will leave
The plain swept clean before us.
r Cincinnati Gazette.
An Old, Old Story.
Woll I declare, stranger,
.,;tA a turn! I I was
kind of expectin' somebody, and for half
. - t a! 1, mAVu o a f arflS her.
but she'd never stop to knock; want a
bite and a snp and a night's lodging?
Why of course; sit down, do. la
most forgot to ask you, I was that iius
trated. Poor soul! How tired aud worn
out you look! I can make you comforta
ble for the night and give you a good
meal of victuals and a shake-down on the
floor, but I would h a-r-d-ly like to put
you in Lizzie's room she was that par
ticular, and your clothes are so wet and
drabbled. Why woman, what makes
you shake soague? Never heard tell of
any in these parts. Quess you must
have brought it with you. Well, a good
night's rest will set you up wonderfully,
and you can lie right here by the stove,
and the fire a-smoldeiin will keep you
warm, and the light will be a-burnin till
its broad day broad day ! .
What do I keep the light a-burnin for?
Well now, when folks asks me that,
sometimes I tells them one thing and
sometimes I tells them another. I don t
know as I mind tellin you, because
you re sucn a poor, misionumi wwui,
and a stranger, and my heart kind of
goes out iu buvu. "-"-
daughter. She's been away these ten
years, has Lizzie, and they do say as
she's livin in grandeur in some furrm
place, and she's had her head turned
with it all, for she never lets her
poor old mother hear from her, and the
line people she's with coaxed her off un
beknownst to me, and I don't mind tell
ing you, as it was a great shock to mo,
and I ain't the same woman since Lizzie
went out one night, and when she kissed
me said, "Leave a light in the window,
mother, till I come, back;" and it was
ten vears ago, and Tve never seen her
since, but I've burned a light in the win
dow every night these ten years, and
shall till she comes home. Yes, its
hard to be a mother and be disappointed
so. I allowed she was dead till folks, as
seen her well and splendid, told me dif-
ferent, and 1 was sick a long ume iimi
what made mv hair so white but I hope
she never heard of it, 'twould have made
her as miserable as I was, and her fine
things wouldn't have been much comfort
to her Folks; blame her terribly, but I'm
her mother, and it just seems as if I
could see her; so pretty, with her long
brown curls, and the smile she had, and
her gentle ways, and I loving her better
RoavAn above me! This is my pun
ishment to sit alone all day and never
to sleep at night, but I hear her crying,
"Mother! mother! where are you?' and
if I go once, I go a dozen times to the
door, and look up and down the lone
some road and call, 'L i-z z-i-e! L-i-z-z-i-e!"
and there's never any answer but
the night wind moaning in the trees!
Wyil, I didn't mean to make you feel
Vkoi- Hnn't mv. roor soui! You've had
enough trouble of your own, I guess by
- iiro t Ynm-" Tinnrla are like ice
and vour temple and your face is white
onH and whV. WnSL IS LUIS? xuu io
rii and vonr hair haners in brown
nnrio vnnr eves Merciful God!
back to her mother it's
my child that was lost and is found put
out the light.
The BUngy Miller.
Upon the bleak ridge of a wooded hill
in Norway once lived a poor old woman.
Misfortune had followed her all her
life.' Care and time had made deep lines
orifi trmv hair for her. but she was hope
ful, earnest and good in face of hard for
v.voti fhft snn RhininGr uton her remote
and silent cottage did not seem to light
it up kindly, but it was not the fault of
the sun, for the dark evergreens around
iiaifViiA liAr lion so from view, and in
Rnmmpr and winter made a solemn
annnd lika t.hf mnanino of the sea.
Some of the peasants oi Norway say
that the trees have a langnage of their
own, and that they talk to one another,
and when Gherster sat beside her lonely
hearth at night she used to half believe
that the gloomy forest for miles around
was talking about herself, as each tree
waved its branches in the winter wind.
One cold afternoon Gherster went to
the mill for flour. The way was long.
and the air was sharp and frosty.
She found the stout and prosperous
miller scolding his workmen, fretting at
his trade, and cheating his customers.
The miller was a hard man. He con
sidered all poor people beggars.
He only laughed at Gherster when she
put down all the money she had and
asked for a little flour.
"What!" said he, "do you think you
can buy breadstuff with that petty sum?"
He knew her to be thrifty and honest,
but that makes no difference to the stingy
"I will bring you more money as soon
as I can earn it," said Gherster.
"No, no," replied the miller. "No pay,
no flour. I never trust."
As Gherster toiled sadly homeward
with her empty basket on her arm, the
wind rose, and all the leaves on the
trees rustled as though a storm was com
ing. To the old woman they seemed to be
talk louder and faster than evqr. They
seemed to be saying
'Ill-gotten prosperity does not make
happiness. Prosperity of the mind is
much better than riches, gold and silver.
No one can bo happy unless he try to do
Than arm VP.rd nn the rough road be
hind her, just as she reached her cottage
door the clattering of norses uoois mm
gled with big drops of rain pattering on
the forest floor.
'Gherster. Gherster!'' called a voice,
and looking out she saw a strange man
on a strange horse.
He tossed from his saaaie a Dag oi
flour plump down on her very door
step, " . , ,
'I saw you at the mm, necriea, ana
I was so ashamed of that stingy miller
that I have brought you a little pres
ent. Good-bye, Gherster, and remem
ber the poor." .
Before she she could thank him he
rode away down the wooland road, grow
ing smaller andmaller, until he looked
like a little brown leaf no bigger than a
Then all the leaves in the forest
seemed to whisper, "Did you hear what
he said about the stingy miller. Yes,
AiA TTa will not heln the
0 U1U( TWJ "
VTo will (fA nn himsrrv one: lie
is cold and heartless.-' ' Ugh! How the
wind blows tip here! Don't stay here any
longer. Iiet us go down the stream.
Let us goto the mill. Ha, ha, we will
Then came a long rusmng noise ui mo
tn the stream, millions
cf brown and red and yellow leaves
flying and tossing and whirling to me
"Thi is the wavL" shouted a little
iirnwn lAdf in advance, "here's the water
wViaaI. Wfl'll ffo down in there. How
fast it turns around. ; All together now,
rtm-orrl in VirA nnsh hard!"
TTT l il .1 v tHa Alii
IV nar. a nnisa TJlHrH WUS llUUCt uuu v
mill! What a splashing and grinding
"i)nnTt. rowrt so I crroaneu wv uiu
wheel. ' You are choking me; I cant,
breathe. You are breaking my arms. I
can't grind the miller's corn if you crowd
so hard ," .
Crash! All silent. The mm wueei
tnr-n nn mnrfl. The water ran
from its great arms and dripped into the
ii flTtnoca tuiinnr mil ine wiitiCi. was on".
W cfnnnol it rlidn't We?" Said the
v, " --'t' w - ----
little brown leal, noaiing sereueiy
from the stingy miller's mill. Youth's
How to he Happy and Long llTed.
Vir-a Btn.lv fnaonnira a comDOSure of
mind and body. Avoid agitation of one
A. 41 kJVl JV T I
rki. thA nthpr. psnficiaiiv Deiore auu uitci
meals, or while the process of digestion
is going on. to tnis ena, govern juui
tpmrier: endeavor to look on the bright
ciAa nf thinrra kppndown. as much as
iwssible, the anruly passions; discard
anTrr iiAfrfrl and malice, and lav your
. - .-it. ,.n
liAftH nnnn the mliow OI cnaniy wim ji
mankind. Let nof your wants outrun
.... . 1 v 1 1
your means. Whatever aiincuiues ,yuu
. 1 . T 1
nave to encomter, oe not perpiei.au, uu
oniy ininit wuuii ib""
sight of Him who seeth all things, and
t.TiH results. When
vonr meal is solitary, let your thoughts
be cheerful; when you are social, which
is better, avoid disputes, or senous
q T-nrn mpntu nr tin oleasant topics. "Un-
.,;f mpola " make ill dices
tions." and the contrary is produced
by easy conversation, a pleasant project,
livplv comnamon, I
nAviaa wivps not to entertain their hus
bands with domestic grievances about
children and servants, nor ask for
rnnAT. nnr nrnnonnd unreasonable or
, L X , . .
nnkincr iAstinns; and advise Hus
bands t keep the cares and vexations of
iio Tprrll tr themselves, but to com
municate whatever is comforting, cheer
ful and amusing. Self-government is
the best step to health and happiness.
In this connection the following sug
nceiinrm orA imronos:
v. at slnwlv as if it was a pleasure you
desired to prolong, rather than a duty
to ue periormea as ouu as pwaijo.
Don't bring your prejudices, your di3
lilroii urn r onnnvftTlfiea. VOUr Past miS-
fortunes or future forebodings to the
rtunes or iuiurc iuicuumuno
VLe; JK .fhSS
.4.. . . 1 1 . f XL A . 1
bo riglit tojnure tne temper 01 iubcwh,
A ocfrnv th flavor of the viands, and the
fnrfc nf the familv by your want of
n n nof 11 oil f .
nh variety m vour food as
possible, but not many dishes served at
Find as little fault as possible with the
food prepared, ana praise wneu you can.
"Fin oiiv Iia thankful, if vou nave no
moat. that, vou have at least an appetite,
and linnfl for something better in the
A blind old man was kept in the cellar
of his wealthy son's house in Cincinnati,
fed on scraps from the servants' table,
ninihaA in TOoro and conched on straw.
This is because his daughter-in-law has a
grudge against mm.
I lie calendar JHtnairela.
The next attraction at New Market
Theatre in Portland will be Calendar s
fnmrms Minstrels which will open July
3il with an immense company. The
Mr. Chas. K. Vacon. informs us
that the company will make an. interior
trip at the conclusion of their Portland
noracpment and will play at i Oregon
City on the 10th inst., Salem the 11th,
Rno-ena fiitv the 12tb. Albany the 12tb,
Corvallis the 13th. Independence the
15th, Vancouver the 17th, Dayton, W.
T. the 18th. Walla WaUa the 20th and
21st. The Dalles the 22d. New Tacoma
the 21th. Seattle the 25th and 26 th,
Victoria the 27th, 28th and 29th.
A ttentton is invited to the advertisement of
Dr. Keck, which apear9 in another column.
The doctor has been a resident of Portland for
nearly five years. Ilia offices aud labaratory are
extensive, comprising all the rooms of A BCD
andJE. Strowbridge's building, northwest corner
of First and Aider streets, one of the most mag
niflcent structures as well as central locations in
the city. !
Any book in the Seaside or Franklyn Square
Library sent on receipt of price bv the 1m P.
News Co., 1474 First street, Portland. Dealers
in all kinds of books and stationery.
Send $1.00 to W.D. Palmer, Portland, for one
year's subscription to the Pacific Overseer, the
great semi-montniy a. u. u . v . paper.
Turkish Rugs. Send to Jobn B. Garrison
167 Third street Portland, for catalogues of de
Sheet Mcsi ; i 1 rj ret stock on the northwest
coast, orders fil In Tromptly. Send stamp for cat
alogue and journal, Wiley B. Allen 153 Third
Frank G. Abell, the Portland photographer
and winner of. the gold medal, returned by the
last steamer from the East, where he has been to
procure new improvements and novelties in his
art. He brings a large number of accessories
and will mnra than ever lead the Drofession in
1 and see him when jou go to the
flAorr TCftino And Lester Howard are still
drawing crowded houses at the Elite theater in
Portland. Kitty and Carrie Armstrong in their
specialties are immense, and the whole company
is strong and talented.
Garrison repairs all kinds of sewing machine
Explained at; foot of this column4.
PorQanfli Easiness Directory !
11 . 1 1 '
illXwAVllERKMTKIN ib CO. -Cor. t rout and
Stark, rortiann, raanuiaciurers ox iui kuiuhui suu
cases. Bond for catalogue.
XII K Ut'NICAL PASTIHE.-A monthly jour-
nui nf miisin rhuth vocal and instrumental.) sent to
n.nv addrens lor aocts per year, Auiirrsn . n ucj
1 1 . cA,.tn t.iv 1'iiu f AHil rnuu v PV 1.
Allen, publisher and music dealer, 1M TlUrd street,
V. . MAVKR-'ivH KiiKH-eer, Uontracior anu
surveyors, unine z csiarn. .surci, " "yv
l'ortiana, urM wnu rcrrj . im..,
Agents. Survevuig done in any part of Oregon or
Fuhr. 1TOPS. iliinuittciuraawi . ' ,
Mcnic, Butter. Boston, Sugar and .Shoe Fly crackers.
Orders from I the trade holioitwi and promptly at
tended to. I
Washington.! ures. eis,
etc., carefully analyzed. Assays for gold ami silver
ii - nt hpr metals from tl to 5. Gold dust bought
and bars made. Orders by mail carefully attended
J. B. McINTOSII.-Cor. rroni ana niar. uur. .-
ical analysis jimae oi ami, iumi-i
dinary assayH of gold, silver, leaa or copper, iru.n
A- A 4 If 1 11 iri'PV - I XI1H111LLI1U V- IlCIitmi.
ATTOItX k V w.
DI. KKVN Kit If. Attorney ana counsojur oi
",rr.?!r. r ouar inventions, before
the Patent Office or in the Courts, a specialty.
z, r T.Tr,T.r . --7
EyjJ EAR INFIRMARY
SANITARIUM, OR HOME FOR THE SICK.
Macadam Bond lt. rm tfr iind wooa
nr tiitlniytAn.late Profe!M)r o f Kye & Ear Diseases
In the Medical Department of Willamette t.nlversHy
has erected a nne nunuiug. on u ut-auiuui nr...
the south pare of the city and is prepared to accomo
date patients suffering from all diseases of the M i.,
KAR or THROAT. Also w ill pay special attention to
persons laboring under Chrome N eryous affect ions,
and to diseases peculiar to women, and reciee a lluil
tednumoeroi ciwen Mjirviun " .
The intention is to prt,vide a Home for such ; t ases
with all the best hygienic agencies, combined with the
best medical skill to be hal in the .metwpo
oiT ?. of women and children In the medical
department Willamette University. ... ,
AlHoDr.J.M. K. Browne, Prof, of Physiology med
den't. WilKfWtte University.
iSn. .. un,Ainr nt rofir.n.-ej and circular, addrew.
1 " " " - " ----- . 1 virfyi ;
Cor.lt and Wmthlugton Portland. r.
Corns, etc.it has
Sold by Drug
gists and coun
try stores at 10
cents per box.
A kda or
j Deulerln Xewaud
SECOND HAM) MACHINERY.
08 Jlladlsun Su. Portland, Or.
Pnrtte delrlnst Holler-. Ennlne or iw
Itjr addrMln Air. Collier.
New ani Second Hand Machinery
ongbt and old or traded to adtrontag1.
ST URGES, LARSEN & CO.,
1 iin. AA nlAM In ;
Wholesale Dealers In
Tea. Canned Goods, Syrnps, Honey,' Dried
f ruits, iTovisions, eic, cic
i ShlPTvers of i
Floor. Wool, and Country Produce.
Consignments solicited and Liberal Advances made
j WUC11 t-V
vn. a. I-Bovr htkkt. pobtlakd, ok.
EC0N03IY IS WEALTH.
And by Buying Your
BOOTS AN SHOES
New York Boot and Shoe House,
j No. IOS Flrnt Street.
Between Yamhill and Taylor,; Portland
LTOU ADD TO YOUH OWN, WEALTH AND 1Y
ever bought to Portland are SeUinK at rateH
thatnoVtLrhouKecan. When you jometot he
1... in riii. whulp familv and we will well ineni
JSSff. nhlnipw Pt Orden, from the
country win oe prjmH'- .....v., . .
freight on an goou went, i
HUDSON'S GUN STORE,
M First street, Portland, Oregon.
SUXt, PISTOI AMD AMMUNITION
riAlit Toeklo of lfrrerT Qemtle.
THE "WH1TE. WE HAVE THIS DAY
"our entire interest in and transferred the agenc
of the White Hewing Machine to Mr. John B. CMrri
mii of 167 Third str t-t. Portland, Or. M r. arrViS:..
win hereafter Supply the grown demand for thU.
superior and popular aewlng ntachlne -pARR
MEN AND WOMEN,
Bovs and Eirls. Anyone who want ngM. pieasaai ,-.
ployment in wnicn iu ?- "' 1' "rrPX -, ' I1B im.
ui.nj .ho .n.mKiinii Dostoftiee add reus to us
irr,i r .eoelva ouf descriptive cireularH.
drew. I. II. Oetchell As Co., No
10 000 Pianos
M 111 f II.IW
Kr(.iitJ3 to 1.000
Cih. Rent or
cor. Market Powell
Liver and Kidney diseases vetoed by Dime Pills.
id iu'ui i r lint ii
1 t., I III ll
BUCKiriGHAm S HECHT'S
BOOTS AND SHOES
Ar fhUFST and TOST NO MORE than
Other Brands, and if the Merchant with
whom yon Trade does not keep our uooas
it Is hecanse It PAYS better to sell a
Ar TWt nr Shops ercry TWO
7A& V wvw ' m
Months than CTery FOUK or FIVE.
WE WARRANT EVERY PAIR
We make. All Merchants In Good Credit
these Goods at our Ware
houses In PORTLAND or San Francisco.
TRY OUR"HERCULES" BOOTS
HECHT BROS. & CO.
Trrri.r. R PAID TO ANY PERSON PRODUC-
V ing a more effectual remedy than
nr. T ml-' Sun Tiire for Catarrh.
.... ... luc) up fmirf pii venrs. l'hvsl
riaiin. LruKiMi ... ... " " ' -. ,
i... ....,1 an u-hn liuvu nwii una tnor-
that loathsome disease. Try II. Your druggist has
lt'Dr! Keck thoroughly understands, and Is eminently
.... ... ........... all K un I a Hill, tff I 111
SUCCeSSIUI 111 me liraui'c.v " " V ;r
cult dleaie of nolh wxei and oil nse, nauig
mdde a specialty 01 tneir tr-tn um i '. j-
... . ... -1 ..r .nnt nuincr flip knife. lilS IUVOr-
. i.t 1.. ....;. l..t t. I... 1.7 .... tf li-llt .
lie PSCripiHJII IB lUIIIiauru iu ." T n . I .
No latlv should be without it. Young, middle aged r
old. male or female, insanity or a iuc ui Bmin uiK .
vour inevitable doom unless you apply In tnn- to the
uhvsician who understands, and is competent to treat
vonr case. Waste no more time nor money with in
competent physicians. All communications attended
to with dispatch, and are strictly confidential. Circu
lars, testimonials and .XS1
mslied on application. CO V U I.TA ri r
T....i.w u t)inw4'iiit sta'w for list una adores-, fn.
JAM ICS KF.CK, No. i: First street. Portland. Or.
rnrl-iirKkln Iine acl tor Prfseni'ic
A Hnliy Khlu.
-Bewareof imitationii of cth the above lutlT
amp nPiY. who l8. mnufcmre the
lartrp-t .irtmciit of LAUNPRY and TOILKT
30AP in he world. Office J01 Sacramento Ktreet
San Francisco, Cal.
1850. 32 Years Practical Experience. 1882.
John A. Child
& Rubber Loods.
Cor Morrison fe 2d stf
! Pneclal attention
pa d to orders by
mall when ifcom
MINNESOTA CHIEF THRESHER
Portable Engines & Horse Powers,
And Sole Asrenta for the following: celebrated
Farm and Road Machinery :
The Randolph Header, '
The Htandard elf-Kke Keaper.
Tho Ntundurd I.ltfht Mower,
rl he Iron K.lair M x-l'iMil-tllt Mower,
The Victor Self-Dump ulUy hake,
The Ninndard Hand. Hump Sulky Knke,
The Itnckeye iraln Drill and Seeder.
The Vlebrated Morrison Plows,
The Whitewater fc Ketcham IVHgoni.
We cordially invite all wanting: anything in our line
to come ami see ns, and If you cannot come, send for
our Price List and Catalogue. I
K. IV. ALlX, Manager,
m27wtf gWO and aei First Wt.. Tortland. Or.
D. j. MALARKEY & CO.,
Special attention given to tbe sale of
Wheat, Oats, Flour, Wool & Dairy
Bend tor WEEKLY PRICKS CURRENT, mailed
free on appUcaUon.
Liberal AdTanccs on Consignments.
Conaignrr it and Orders Solicited.
! AND 1 FKUNT ST.. FOBTlaJrP OB.
STORE 167 HUBS SI.
ON SHORT NOTICE.
; AH Leading
HOUSEHOLD & WHITE!
io nishop Scott (Jrammar School.
. ,vm -v' ti n a v upTinnr. tyiti TiOYH
i vm.mrMnn.u'in hesrin Its fifth vear under
nnupnrA mahaeement Hert. 5. 1882. PrepareB boys
for college br business. The teaching is practical and
thorougn. and discipline strict. Rdnd for twelfth an
mial catalogue, giving complete list of former pupils.
AdSm J. W. HILL. M 1)., Head Master.
I2Je3m ' y Portland, Orego
I JV'. VJHW aV.il
SEE ME. II
THB ONLY INSTITUTION OF
Wnere a young laay or gentleman ch
At a Cost in proportion
. . rrr TTtnTA rofMKRCIAI. COLIXOE
Mot free to any addresti on application. Address
lJ, J. JUI 000.
WESTIITGHOTISB & CO.,
vv re now receiving a run nae oi "r
..... . m ..m
i.-,..rin. our S.larator is likoi. jvuihiihs. oiru.i .- "V"?" r," ...... r.
Wheat. Our irMioweiB are lnmw ."Z ."" aVtheaveraKO engine of hame Power, and tinea
Sl'rd'leS waler JSfi '.to do " Veork" duVTble and ealy to mW. liunrfreds of theae engu.e,
Sd threshers have been .in miccessi ul ?'Sr J". . &nd nve8l,Bata thoroughly b for.
fiiiri 'lease sena mrum jfr..K"'v
giving your order.
Saw Mill ftiachlnrry ana aiaiionery lhum.cj r"""""" -
A New Invoice of
Dr. Warner's Health Corsets.
Together with the Celebrated
COR ALINE CORSETS.
Thes Corsets are vastly superior to any ar i -
ferwl. Its iidvantapresare: l,ynnui7
A reward of live ooiiars win i; "Vh;
hi which the Ooraiine breaks wit ..in six moot in i ord -
firv wear -. It is iimrc piiuuw- uum - -.
JVl e"kv.rj hpnt or mijsture. 4. It Is
he cheupt and moi serviceable Vr"er " '
llOSI F K Y, NKCK WKA it. K 1 1 (U.O VKS. we Have
received anew lot of Arrons, Aprons Aprons!
40 S) 00 75 S.V. 81 to i .V). f r both Kitchm and L'ar
40, no, w, , c t t . , ;i.,(h!m Dresses
& 'S -rn i)rVss: i nfants and
nel Skirts, Infants aim inuurcii " ur
M. H.VUTM AS ar C O.. 165 Third St.
I'OUTIiANI), OKEHO.N. '
r i'k .e ... -3
The Flnit HITTKltS lu the WOUl.U.
THEY EFFECTUALLY CURE
Ef AliARIA-L DISEASES,
Vitalize the ytem and arret the ravage o
the lfreooiui Aironoi iiuuiii
A.U rrour Drugglit or Wine Merchant ro
WILMERDIXO fc CO., Agent. San Fran'
VAX NCIIUYVKR f COm Fori land
WM. BECK Sc SON
Importers and dealers in
Guns. Rifles, and Revolvers
Braided and Tapered Oil rsilk Lines.
Six Spliced Spiit Bamboo Bods,
165 and lT Mconl Bortnl r
Eclectic Phy sician&Surgeon
HU, opn.lto Caatom Ilouxe.
.B. 8URMAN TREATS DISEASE AT niS IN-
of Medical HyKlene, as rractced at the most cele
brated Hydrophatlc and Hyfjieuie Institutes in Ku
rope, where he studied this system, which Includes
tbe use of Electric Baths. (Julvanization, Vapor and
Medicated Baths, Etc., Ktc. Both acute and chronic
disease are cured by this system with astonishing
success, often without the necessity of medicines,
which are only giveu in cases where specially iudi-
Has'afeWapartmmts furnished for the convenience
OT patients irom distance
Terms for daily treatment or for a course can be
lexrned on application at 113 Morrison street.
KF.STACaAXT THE 1IET IX THE "T
All Modern Improvements. Open all day.
.T. M. IIREWFR. Irt.rleor
if. iw.'RIISS. Dentist.
frfiinrpst of the nubile, I have resolved to do
first-class work at these prices :
Contlnuon. Com WorU.PoeelaIn..7. to 100
?.S Tl!,h o (Vllulold IO OO and upward
Hold l,1V,fi" "" i'liiinir 1 OOundupwnrd
Nilver and Hone r liiinu.......
EmlrrtClloo of Teeth, ifllh W1
OFFICE 105 First street, over Prentice's music
Htore- Dr. II. M. KIW, Dentl.t.
Offiee hour. tU lioor.
Teetb etretd t-ltbontipk. SO et.
MMMM Will I . H M Ii .lOP1"WWy '" ; "
ITS KIND ON THE COAST
to time iMigaguu.
JOUKNAL, containing full Information, will b
"V. H. .TA.3II3-4 Principal.
UAM.naM.o litV(r Hill I 1 r(B.(l IClWriSi Jl .'-
K'" "L": VT..--n,i nnommlnl m a mla
r....l.hArf PoacnnahU Tprms.
Toot of Morrison street, Torllana, urcgon.
FopremnmpiSon, Astin, BraneMtln
a"es may t conveniently ut toy -r7s.
ready fcr fmmedinlenwent home.
Kend Vor ireo t. "atie on theOxjBCM
"riitinent. Artrtre tit V?
110, 1111 Jinri Street, lla';;
or II. K. MATHEWS. Paclflo Dcf
Ott MonlgoBicrj Mi Snu. 1 raneleo.
! A CAJ1D.
Dr. Moodv. of New York
A Oradonte of the New Vork Jhool of Medl--lne,
nliwi of the Dublin rrnctlce.
A word to tbe public-Consultation free.
I invite tbe sick, no matter what their diseases may
be, to call an investigate fof themselves 'ora";
do ibur all hopes, for it will cost you nothing. I Ki
no encouragement . nless there is a fair rroroect of
making a cure. I will endeavor to be candid in my
opinion and reasona -le in my ehiiws. I claim not to
cure everybody, but to cure all that can icrJ't.,i
have had twenty years' successful practice In the
treatment of both acute an I chronic diwaHe. I bae
located in Portland, and all I ask is that you Rive me a
fair, unbiased trial, by which 1 hop1 to nier t your con
fidence, an I give entire mitlsfscilon to all suffer but
buniaiiitv. M v reputation has been acquired by being
candid wUh mv patient-, tliroiigh j ears of snccessfu
p act ice, both in Europe and In this country, and
studiously keeping up with the age. 1 know the cause
and reim dy needed, not by guesswork, bat by year
fInn"lt'r!atment.of many diseases I make use of a
new method of cure. The treatment is simple and the
most feasible of all. There is no unpleasant sensation
whatever attending the treatment. 1 invite all persons
alllicted to visit and freely f olivine themselves, leav
hut m to verifv the a -serf ion that there has "ever
existed a remedy so startling and immediate in its
effects. 1 heso noted curative a ds, as handled in my
practice, are endor ed and approved by the facnlilHS
of both Europe and America, l he bnencial etlectij
are perceptible almost from t lie wart. Csi regarrted
incurable, and of years standing, yield to Its mild but
won.ierful Influence. And In no case (-an the treat,
ment be attended w th the least langfr, thereby tes
tif lnir It to be the most harmless ag -nt In theiapeu
tlcs. Thos who wish to apply for advice or treatment
niav confidently do so without hesitation or dimdence,
as the most timid may rely on that inviolable se rec
whl' h has al read v pro vecf tbe basis of an extensile
professional reputation abroad. ..,,
Cases can be treatetl by corifspondenee when a per
sonal interview is Impo-sible, providing the patients
" . . . . ....... i, 'n .1. .1. ..lilv I. flniiullt.il Rlld
Will millllieiy oeiau no "i in. -
mental disturbances written in a simple and natural
st vie. ami in accordance with the necessary de al.sof
their own feelings. Oi.e personal interview, however,
even with patients residb g at a ii tance Is highly de
sirable when practicable, and will More t ban mmy
the patient thA expense and trouble of a trip to Port
Ian.!. The advantHge of even a visit are fntmrrnt and
manifold. A single visit in most cases will enable tjie
doctor to form an accurate opinion and note partUMiIars
which might be lost sight of in mere correspondence,
particularly when a niicroscopio and chemical anal -sis
is abs..lutely necessary. ''ntierts not resid
ing in the cltv who wish to transact their business
through the mails or by express can have the neces
sary remedies M-nt to any address or left at anyrall
wav station or coach olllce In (Jregon r a sl'b.gtc n
'Territory until called for. carefully packed and se
eure v scaled. Ollice and Residence. s Hrst street.
Rooms -M an i 27, IjuI I s New Building, Corner Vst
and Columbia, Portland. Oregon. :
F. S. Akr.n.
Yi. E. Doacb.
See Ut&tottr Trade Mark. "TUB and
toon every pair.
ETEBT FAIR GUARANTEED.
AKI, 8EI.UIXO dk CO.
iYKes' Sure Cure for Catarrli'
JIQUin OR URV. PRU'K tlOO: ATMOSPHERIC
J Insufllators," price Vy.. Dry tJnreand Insuflla
trr mulled on receipt of pilce. with full direction for
nse.cte. s. a. NKlliMOKi-: .r Co., Ir:ejrists 151 Flrfl
or. Sole Akent for th N. Paclft
! 1,0(0 IlKWAUD
1?tOR ANYONE WHO WILL
; ; Krlloarir V .IIIlM.n. STem .
jnd C'loaU uttlnir. and. with acorret nifin-
tire and perlcct cutting, produce it iwi niimif
zarment. Several Improvements have Ju-
been tnadp. Agents to sdl and teach wanted
.n everv town. Hood agents car. .axo trora
10 to iiS per day. KELUKJO A JlLI,SON,
T Cheney. Spokane Co., W. T
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