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The Coast Mail.
- anAHTiin man.
ur Ct.111 OAHTIt,
My- lova rat cnrxl.tiltrtl kisac,
Ana f wtitu in lm nlwayn trn.
And I IwIIdtiM in tit laving,
A any woman would do
Do I all hy 'tie window, ihjht-lieartnt,
, Anit walefa lli moon round ami wlilts,
AMd wish I could only b Uma,
To i Itim one wore tu-nlaliU
ltfclnk that tit mrvrtn nmalhavAbenrdnio
A rutmy fancy It may tw
ml h Mnii to erosr tender and taridvr,
A Malta wer l tying roe.
And nmhow II mattr tn rella,
And mim In bring m ini
fco I ttifcartwalh lntba-Muxlowa
Utttiaold Im Una again.
Two tittireacminnut or th drkuM
wI)rr. how well I kunw
Urtrii cheeks so Unite- ly touching.
And inn two head drooping low.
Then th raonn shines brighter and brighter,
Alld wni through Ih Itfra above..
And tonka straight al ib cooing lottn,
And ahows too the far f my lurn.
0 moon I you mrij-keep rrmr vWlon,
I do not want yunr light;
1 wln I hod kppimy ttit lu lova.
And had not walked iotitgut.
Itre in tlin tit nf lint-win mr
tlenr," ho aalil, "ami, under Mra. "Wfti-
rtma loving care, will tloulitlcaa Ixi rill
Wonll ruliletl our cntrMtfos nml alio
finally conaentftl U remain. During Iho
wwk which followed ah mjildljr n
pained hor health rtnd apirita, though it
amall aenr over ho right tcmplo would
mway ooar xmncaa to ucr narrow eenio.
A hntl n very merry lime "Ukinghrr
homo," aa wv aald, and dtMlrewd her
over, at her own door, lo her father.
Don Garcia tendered mo the warmest
oxitreMiona of gratitude.
After una l saw much of.
MY MKXICAX SOUYKMB.
"Well, Hal, old fellow, good luck go
Willi you. I only vriah 1 could give, you
tbo idwumro of my company on the trip."
"Nothing wonld please me letter,
Oeorgo. I can ruwmro you of a cordial
welcome from Undo Jauiea. Can't I
persuade, yon ? "
"ImpojwiMp, my friend. Don't put
Umptation in my path. You may bring
mo Btimo memento of the don, however.'
"All right my boy. Xonc of that tort
of tiling for me, yon know. Of all ailly,
womaninh tricks, the worat is the Listing
fconrenir linalneas. But I promise if
anything wortlt the trouble of transport
ing present itself, yon shall be the re
cipient." "Thank. I sdtall hold you to your
Iliad finished my four year' course
at Harvard. The glorica of Class Day
and Commencement were already things
of the pans. I was abont to turn my
bock upon the jxjople and places which
hal no long known me. but would know
mo no more. I had determined, beforo
nettling down to the practice of my pro
foaaion, to visit an uncle residing in
Mexico, and the necessary pn.iaration
being few and quickly made, a couple of
day later I net out npon my journey,
reaching my destination without any de
tention or adventure, to be heartily wel
comed by my relatives.
3Iy uncle'a rancho was aitnatol about
fiftcn mile front the city of U , was
well woo1hI and watered, ana mockim
witlt almost stuuibcrle henbt of cattle.
The familv conainted of ray nncle and
sunt, amrthv'ir two children. Frwl. the
eUler, wa about my age, a bold, fear
leaa, handsome fellow. Wo lecame
friend at wgbt Gertrude wm a leauti
f al and accomplished girl of eighteen or
thercalwttt, h fair, almost dazzling
complexion, which contrated finely with
Frwi'a Bpuih black eye and glowing
cheektu Aa the rancho was one of the
largest in the region, the number of cm
plorea wa neociwarily large, and was
made, up of Texan, Mexicans, and a few
Fred and myself ient whole days
bunting, fishing, or riding over the nr
roundiug country. It was all now and
strange to mc. and presented xest and
charm indescribable. Pred rode a pow
erful roan, and I a nerv block stallion.
Wo wonld often race lot. miles, yet so
nearly were the teedti matched that we
conhl never decide which waa the awifter
of the two. .
One day I had ridden alone into U .
Jl waa nearly evening when I turned my
horse' head homeward. When about
five milea from the house, a terrific
tbnnder ktorm burst from an apparently
clear oky. The rain poured in torrents,
while the flashes of lightning rent the
air almost continually. I waa trusting
to Nero to pick the way, as we were pass
ing through a wood, when suddenly he
atopped abort and obstinately refused to
advance a htep. In vain I ccaxed, scold
ed and Wiled at the bridle. There he
Ktood and there tseeined likely to remain.
I wa much nrpried at this conduct,
but on looking around, epied a hone
lying by the roadside, apparently dead.
He had been btrnck by one of the bolU
of lightning. Where was the nder?
Dismounting and throwing the bridle
over my arm, and grasping my pwtol, I
Beared the fallen honse.
Suddenly Sen again btopped and ap
peared lineup; at nt moment I dis
tinctly heard a call for help, coining
from a little toward the right. Un-
fiwered, and again uearu mo ''i -
learned to lovo her witli
ctrength of my manhood, tltouuh I hard
ly dared hope the beautiful girl would
return my affection. Aa my viait drew
toward ita close, I naturally became
anxiona, and one calm evening, as wo
were atndling along the early twilight,
determined to learn my fate.
"Yonra i the life yon have saved,"
waa her reply.
Aa yon may anppoao tlfia did not hast
en my dejarture; when at last 1 did set
my face homeward, my wife accompan
Going down town a few weeks after
our arrival, indulging in a whif, a hand
was laid on my olioulder. Turning I
encountered the laughing eyes of
"Well met, old fellow " aaidhe," Juat
got Imok? '
"Yea, and am heartily glad to mo yon.
llavt a cigar?"
"1 uovor.rafnao Uio wtel, tltankyon;
have conacicntioua acruplea against it."
"Uy-the-by," said I, in a jwnso in the
conversation that cusucd, "come and
dino with me, and poo what I brought
"Mr souvenir! What la it ?"
"Wlty, the truth i, George, I didn't
see but one thing that I thought wortlt
bringiug home, and I can't well spare
"It won't do, Hall! it won't dol A
bargain's a lxirgain; I altall claim the
souvenir, so le prepared to hand over."
"All uartie agreeing." I auswered as
I turned the key in the iock.
Aa we entered the dining room r beau
tiful voting lady, with a alight look of
surprise in her eyes, came forward to
"Mv wife, Mw. Xorris, Mr. Mushnell,"
I ud, alding: "My souvenir of Mexico,
His face fell, and to his credit, bo it
said, he baa nover referred to our one
time targain aince.
Frnwicn Actoiw in Ijndok in 1843. In
1848, M. llippolyto llostcln, the nmiiAKer
of thoThentcr Uittorique, camo over horo
to represent"! Itctno Margot" at Drury
ljtne. tho recelpta of all places of enter
tainment In Paris hating Won tnatcrlally
reduced through tho excltemont Induced
by tho revolution of that year. Tho the
atrical profession and thopatrloU" were
at once nit In arms. Tho coutteay and
Tavor with which Mlea Helen Fa.iic.lt and
Macready had Iteen received lit Tarla
were Hcvinlngly rorgotton. Chailea Kcnn
actually went so far aa to rcpuat the
bortl Chamberlain to interdict tho
intended performances, and before
long a cabal wa formed to prevent
tltls and further attempts on the part
of forvlgncis to interfere with imtlvn
talent, Tho scone which Mlowl tho re
0)enlni; of tho theater can hanlly be de
scribed. Tho nudionca seemed besUlo
themselves with ran; thoy hurled mts
slcs on the stntte beforu tho curtain rtwe,
and tho play era were reluutletsly hissed.
4Thn mw." alil II. n 1V.n titvuM .. Aiiti.itl
row, showing not only the tlltbcraltty or
the rioters, but helr paucity of Invention,
lu tho old O. l times there waa aomo
humor. A gool jo:o now and then found
iia way into tho uproar; but thla wan a
lone, dull, tlUtnal display of nationality
whtclt was etfectivo from the more fait
that it was wearisome. Two or three In
dividuals In tho pit thoucht it tho height
oi iiumor to put un tnoir umureiias, inn
tho ttalice deemctl it a still better joko to
conduct these persons out of tho house,
widen proceeding prevented a repetition
of tho pleasantry. Never did we see a
number of persons so busy in attempting
to degrade themselves lit tho eyes of all
rational beings. Wo have reason to think
that some of these zealots, worthy of bet
ter exploita than those of last night,
were really iHimons of standing and
respectability in tho histrionic profession;
and these, wo are sure, when they rise
tins morning, will loos with regret on the
stupid scene of yesterday, ami take espe
cial care uot to let their friends know they
were coucerned in such an exhibition.
Tho iua.vers.on their side, would not bow
to the htorm. "Us curent la Constance,"
says M. llwtelu in his JluiorittUt tt
&tYTiini trim Homme tie Theatre, "do reci
ter leurs rota sans en omottro une phrase,
au milieu do vociferations, do crla d'ani
uuux et d'injure." In a few hours, how
ever, thev wero on their way back to
Paris, probably pityim: us from tho bot
tom of their hearts. The Thentrt.
rott a a i.r.
A Har ntrmr fur a nitintl, od l'ay
luar lntmtinriil lu I'oHUml.
ANKW MlhMNKUY BTOKK-GOOPtJ,
PixtoKw nt Kttrnttiire. all iijw--x(v1
lnt Kxwlloit, fl atore. dcrtdl.l trml x-ourwl,
ami hlro tthxxwt urtd. Will t wM l
illnuinl, m nwnr I RviinR Kwi
VVr lnfrmlion aiib' r mI.Iivm Tti.MN tu
Ome, Portland, Onwu. J!,,f
POSITIVELY CURED EY
BISHOP SCOTT GRAMMAR SCHOOL
J. W. HZZXi B. A.. HoRtl MiMftor, PorilHud. Or.
ADD1NON ,CJ. OUH1H.
Attorney JbGauiinolor t Xtvvr
PortlamU t t i Oreguii.
llooma 8 nnd , over l-'trst National Hank
CtrllcuUr attsit'toit itd toluilit liilln
UiiIKhI tsut cmrl.
PREPARES rOH BUSINESS
A NOTUK PllAtTK Vb ll 1 1 W M ''IKK
in a jtiiiati tiurs ul inlriclioit ill
lVkiVktrpinp, Uiinm-w V"i tnr, l!u. Antli
mtU lVnmanili mul iho ri)tlil branch
Wr lilt inririimtuiii iuMiv
DaKltAN'Ci: A WIIITK. IVHUnd, Or.
A Prairie Duel.
Some rive year ago, Adam Goldio left
his native county of bhannou, Mo.,
were he waa engaged in cattlo raisiug,
for Northern Texas, where he passed
two vcaru, and there one of tho most
exciting incidents of hi career hap
pened. Ilia fame as a marksmen among
the'Xexons soon beeanio notorious. In
the vicinity of Goldie'a ranch lived Wil
liam Darfell, or, an he was more famil
iarly termed, Bloody Bill. This Bloody
Bill waa a noted ruflian and desperado.
Hia feats in markmanshiu were likewise
astounding, and probably no man in the
Lone Star State excelled him in handling
the rille. He became jealous of Ctouuo a
fame, and managed to pick a miarrcl
with him, which reunited in a challenge.
After a short consultation, they decided
that a duel should be fought, but, in
consequence of tho extraordinary skill
of both, at a very long distance.
On the open prairie, abont two miles
distant, grew two post oak trees. They
r.M fonr hundred varda amrt. and were
the only tree on th'at spot. All around
waa open, timberlesa prairie. It waa de
cided that Goldte and Bill should both
take up a iKXution behind tueir restec
Uve trees, and then blaze away at each
other. The Texam hoped by this means
tn nrevent bloodshed, or at least a fatal
termination of the duel. The prelimin
aries Wing settled, the whole jarty
mounted their horses and rode out on
the prairie to tho selected stwt Goldio
took up his position behind one of the
trees, and Bill enscoused himself behind
the other. The rest of the crowd then
rode to a slight eminence to the right,
where they were to remain as spectators.
One of them waa to give tho signal for
the beginning of the combat by firing
his ritle into tho air. Goldie waited
anxiouslv the detonation of the rifle,
which Buddeuly Bounded on the air.
Then began a duel at tho longest
rango ever recorded. Goldie advanced
from beldnd the tree in a kneeling pos
ture when? wbix! lfta sombrero was i per
forated by a ball from Bloody Bills
rifle. Quick as lightning he dropped
full length on tho ground in tune to
ecaie the other two bullet which came
: ,,.;.1 tinrrewiion. He lay Mill,
brought Ida rille into poition as ho waa
atretched upon the ground, and then re
mained immovable. Presently he tiaw a
diminutive figure which ho knew to be
Bill, advancing cautiously from the shel
ter of the tree. Quickly taking aim, he
fired twice in huccession, and then re
tired behind the sheltering trunk. Ono
of the ballot ho discovertni nau ijaci
tlirontfh the lobe of Bill' left r.
of firing tor
Every human soul boa tho germ of
sotuo flowers; and they would open, if
they could only find sunshine and free
air to expand in. I ulways told you that
not enough of sunshine was what ailed
tho world. Make people happy, and
there will not bo half tho quarreling or a
tenth part of tho wickedness thero is,
Sea bathing w uot indulged in by
several llusian ladies at Atlantic City
on account of the jealousy felt by the
nobility against permitting any familiar
itv with the serf.
lb UiralTolxc In N.lf-Hlml'ni:
through the lobe
There waa a ccwution now
datmhtorf Don Garcia, wboM mucho
'tlSffi remained in a . 11 tbo
way home, but on mW
Uvea, quickly revived. There waa a
bruit" over lie right temple, as though
nhe had been Mrnck a heavy blow.
Aunt Ellen bathed her forehead gently,
and I she dropped into u troubled , .deep.
Kho alt'l't but a few moment, and atari
iiwr up, exclaimed - ,
Where am I V nd almont immedi
ately added, "I wniombcr it all. now. I
had aiwnt tlio day in U , U -s-
ilained "ttud returning was overtaken
l Ktorm. Mv horn,, blinded .by .the
Inrid flaahe Unit piercwl the gatheriug
rkneastand deafened by the thunder.
KS unmanageable ami ran. U-yonJ
that 1 remember nothing.
I explainwl how I bad found her.
lli Sea filled with tears ua aim thankc,l
S $ expreaaivu words, for wiving her
ilfct I irotted Ibut I deserved no
tteali 'I had only done what anyone
Ewlmhl uuder liko circumstances.
.irw I....1 letter return homo,
, ahe rul. ;;i'ther will bo very
,1..kiU' a ttrnrrtft-ll rt
'l'lia next flash revealed a woman lying
by the trunk of 'a fallen tree, her lace ,jen aoiaie icd his 0,,1)0-
Iwtiied in blood. A gently as possible ! bea4l ana shoulder expose.!.
I lifknl her to my wuwie ieiore bd,ki
Nero the rein and told him to take u
hX few more flaahea, low, mnttering
thunder, and thoatorm lulled. Coming
to tho oteii plain, away weped, like Uie
wind. In a abort time wo wereat home
T tM mv htorv m a few words. They
.i.A,i dm A-ountr woman aa
U Aunt lil on. ' 'You are far too weak
ttVhliugagaiu , tonight- I will
iMixiou" about nw
W-k "irs-ft----," to inform
SSSSdJlhit you were overUiken by
tSuVa will Hlnd tho night
kTHe.i tnprning fouml our guwt
ygf rL Garcia waa Milt for, awl
SSL tot the rat tiwo. W arrival.
!K2iw Motto. He exprea
m ate., mmI ttkvMl r
n;v Hcrhtnintr his rifle was at hi
shoulder, and the detonating report was
heard. Bloody Bill' hat wa carried
away by Iho bullet. Goldie now rather
incautiously advanced from hi shelter,
and became' the target for six bullet n
succession, ono of which mode a hole
through hU lmnts and another in his
coat-?eeve. Ub xt a hasty retret.
The duelist ittood gazing at the tanJ
trees, each watching for the "
form of hi adversary. Each peered
cauTiously from behiml the tree en
deavoring to get Kight of the other.
Gol H at lostBaaw Bill again vance
and the former tepil rapidly to the
front, and quickly brought hU rifle into
iMMitlon. Almot HimnlUueously Uie
ffi "hani reiiort of two rifle rang on
UuTa r, ami loth men fell. Goldie man
ul7Vij. t.i..tr and crawl behind
the trunk of tree. Ho had been
wounded in tho left shoulder. Presently
he wa joine.1 by the Texan, who had
bten wtneaseaof thi wo-t exciting
duel. They had already ridden over to
Bloody Hill, nl fcnd him dead. A
bullet had penetnttedldtemj)le.
Ono of tho Spanish provincial paper
recently published '""'.T
it obituary column. It said: "fhl
morning wa wummonod away the jew
SeriBlSbald Illniaea. from ft ahop to
another and better world. Tho under
etened. hU widow, will weep upon hU
tomb it will also hi two daughter,
II ha and Emma, tho former of whom
married.Tud the latter i oi" to an
LflS? "Si funeral wUl take place to
morAi Hi diaconaoloto widow,
morrow. ; ,,i u 'rid 1h-
llU dO tivmiuuuit", - ,, -
Slord haamUod our rent.
T ke Earl of Aabtarnbam will marry a
vtawai Anwriww lady.
The constant liability of the rain to
pour do n upon our harvest fields at any
time has leu many farmers to deitiro a
harvester which will more expeditiously
handle the grain than any which has
been heretofore obtainable. For the last
two years, Mr. W.G.Si-oggins, of Wash
ington county, Oregon, ha been anxious
to obtain a self-binding harvester which
would cut and bind a swath ten feet in
width, and to that end has been negotia
ting with Messrs. Newbury. Chapman &
Co. for such a machine. These gentle
men, in connection with Mr. Ayres, man
ager of the San Francisco house of Os
borne & to., unueriooK to aupjiiy .ur
Scos'in with siith a self-olndcr and har
vester aa he delred, anil they have met
with the most abundant success, as his
letter in another column will indicate.
The machine has been put in the field,
anil operated several days to the entire
Mtis&tcticti of the purchoscr and a large
number of persons who witnessed its
operations. This is the first and only
ten-footself-bindini? harvester now known
in the world, and Messrs. Newbury, Chap
man A Co. are deserving of great credit
for their energy and success in wu un
dertaking. It is something to be prouil
of to introduce a machine which cannot
fail to work a revolution in the manner of
harvesting the great grain fields of Oregon
and Washington Territory. Thla machine
ho a greater capacity than a ten-foot
header, and is destined to supercede the
headers even where they have been
deemed indispensible. a it takes a less
number of horses and cut more per day
than the best ten-foot header. No ad
vise farmers and all parties interested to
read the testimonial or the purchaser, .
G.ScoguIn, which will be found in an
other column, and call on .Set bury,
Chapman & Co. If any further informa
tion is uesirea.
IlEuiixnioMwr. Of hito years no de
partment of natural history has attract
ed more attention than that of tho study
of internal parasite m man anu owiur
animals. To the great" multitudo and
variety of creature thn found, associat
ed by one common habit of life, havo
zoologist given tho general name f Hel
minth, which are a eculiar fauna ilea
tined at some time in their lives to occu
py an equally peculiar territory, rliat
territory ia tho wiilo-sprcad domain of
the interior of living animal bodies to
which, alas, poor humanity form no ex
ception. It J unpleasant to think that
wo may at any time become a prey to these
danL-erou and mischievous depredators.
Wo were lead to these reflection by a
recent visit to Dr. Van Denberg office,
when he had just completed tho expul
sion of 070 worms from Mr. I-ebnmri;
who stated that ho hail auffered for 12
year. They were oil mal , about one
ami a half inches in length, except tig
one-a nondescript abont three niche
long, an attrociou rascal of forbidding
opilearanco. Ur. Van Denberg 1 the
irreat worm exterminator of the century.
Head hi advertisement in another col
Farmers Tako Notice 1
rflMIK OltKOON AND WASH IXUTON'COI.
oity Iiainl lVmxur hav superior a.lviU-
K for pulling lands, ami tutt wishing t soil
will do well to vQiuult rUhoror ilia following
lWnrey CWsOrvijMi City, Orvm.
A. Orny, HubUrU.Or.
Kutmtvl Drown, Ovrvais, Or.
Win. II. Holme. atcm,Or.
Owrp Hunt, Sublimity, Or.
J. 0 Powell, Albany, Or.
Mnitit . uraMtuMti, Jiinctioinvr.
Thonij)n A" IWiu, Kiirciiu ttly, Or.
K. A. Cbenowitli, tVrrallU, Or.
1U V. Kullr, MoMiuuTtlto, Or.
It. U. 8oruinrviilo, yiiori'Iau.
V. O. Pi tier, Kilciwrnlciiiv. Or.
OiarlM linVUnl, IHIlin, Or.
I. W. Pillonp-r. HllWwre, Or.
IWron lHnWs, Nn(vutir, W. T.
JolinS. lUorth, IVkm. W. T.
James K. llount. Wall WalU. W. T.
Albert Howk, Hpiknae Kali, W.T.
James Unity, lVmlloloti, Or.
1. Jf. Muay, Ctironvillo, Or.
If not convenient to ivntnlt either of tho
shove cnts, cv.munin.tenl- in rn or by letter
wilh Uie hosul ofllco t Portland, OtvRon.
Oregon aod Wasliliigtnu Colony Land Co.
Rooms 8 and V Klrt National ltaltk IVIdg
Dr. J.l'.P. Van Deiibergli.Sr
Ho Hi Ftrt St., bet. Taylor & Salmon,
THE GREAT WORM EXTERMINATOR
I ILm o( Sui lWM.lCO.
WoaU Inform tb kk emrllr tht tut i jt
tiuni ctto vl mvlkl n-l tvrtttf In Kunix
iml IIm I HIUJ bUlo. i MJi b Ik.ii lil Ct.
fornU. bu, b ! otwtt.Uon uul crttvrltnriiU
cuiim lu th. oxkIiuImi Out llirt. r tuor mili ntl
tUml Jtc tij , hJivUilUt, .nlnm-uU or
olh. iiwkti'fiuUiti. 11i puUK siwfIljf, or ths
pnrJ.m at Utxt, urn r f t4 Hi humlxr vt v.
UnU bl lru.l by uliwnt (hjiUUn. lur tbU,
Uut,uriha comriilnl, ltlum njr KlWf. It lb
dlmH lus bum un.lrrJl (w J-j- ol Itr. Vn .tv
bcrv's Sinl;n Worm lt.mr.lr ouM h ImiuvdU
aUlr ctirrJ lh cunulnl. iik! bar uunraemt
am; U. Vr tan Iknbcr i"a lu dUccui a Urja
rarUtr el Oltfvrnl rouU mnj hrtbs whlcb, br atuJj f
Ib. efcmn obMrraliua al (tlaiwlia riiucnU, ba
can cuojclautkHMlr r that b hut dlvrrJ n not
tiW lur toa.fJa run of tt Mlotn dicu:
PyiivtoU, OitW Afftloi ul lb Ur and IttJ.
atn Aral an4 iwom.4 mimkI CVi(iupij1, whlla
tnlUor, rW, bMinuturrlMn ur toont ttiuiios
Ntrruu. ItUlltr. tptIU' Hla, Kiwuinaitem, Mum
B. HarrhM. IikuiIIwikw of frlrw, tlrarrl, Hur
Albua, ItUbrU. Irv. anU all tU !!. xbk
art ktwu tatokr tl mix nf rnsrwt. oikIi h Hjyb
UK l aJl tU forma, immi rbra, HUrt, SlrVtur, I
IVh iKftamimlkm wl tlx UUJJ.r anj ITlnU
UUikI.. KarufUiMiitS, l"rMul. I1I, llwrtra.
Llvtcbca al-l all t-utaiiiwM Kru41t of ths fckln fan
crrTuwn rafril iUiorit)Hul .iii III twcnl
VrnrrrsM I.t.s th lorti.r rfirru a cu In Ifw
throi Wall !;, or iorlri. .....
Tor lh tin. tar an.1 tbnjt,lr an UtnUnth -acanrs
iKrr anl UiluM rnr.I.
Vr Van UtmUrli wouU aJl tbo. Ulka InilMol
with lrirttartllt of lb L'Uiua to lr 'ls ""
die. aiJ frl cut-l . . . . . ,1
Ir Van linbrrali'a lalalllM Worm Srnip lor C1.U
dirn. I'rWIt Harrall Util lb . WU.
Hr ruotulUnx and undtr-.r'Us a .imiJa ataniltutlun.
thmcUdn Inmll lblr dlwawa afa eu.l tif
ornu vr Ik, at all ricnU, lr tan Itrnbtrxl.
Ull tbm fpi "bat UImim.- tbajr ar .uCarlfur
OtwilUlkAif lnJ oaniltutwna ftrv l rliHrgr,
In all - lr t M IwnUrli ru4rmt-r. lu all o-na,
U t 1-U lit. aorsu, ur no cbar.'ta.
A lrga Taacup Kull at Vima Ki
p.tll. Thla Utortlfr that Dr. Vaa t)nbrh pH J
alaMttacupfiillof worunfroMio . a. me wa
urtDarlxhtu. io Inebrs In IrUKth, and i uw I twl
Ska n man aaln I rwule on T-oly Mcod
Ut,Utweu Kaod f, l'onU'"1'Os''vn,t,t0t
Ovar aooo Worms KaiiellaU
Ooat-otllaof ur. Van Denterrbs Worm Hyrnp
tiMlled orer 20 worraa fm't utf son w yeara or
tipiieu ore. iJMrrlTn. w Italmon suet.
foaruxo. MaVsl, !.
MurJr Will Out.
OoobotUaof Dr. Van Jn Ikrn's Worm Byrnj
ipSli3oTtrWW-orms fro in my aon ko-iK aud
bid th effrct of eurln blm of !""' t)",fJ '
rldr!nXJhlolUaud on. half Ul tlren
fandQ lluJMl ' WTa.
A. Lir vl wUrti llriilb Mrmr-il lurlC.
Hi r'siao". Wan I, 17P.
TI.U U to tertlf r tt I bad b.n Uujrt Vt tMtm
1" ." o7f.l tot, Ud -iibol r-aclx'V r -
T. -... ..i,ut J.icUjra wbo alKlcil rua.
taian ti Dr J f I. Wa tU-rifH. M..r. ofllr. No.
iMnHl.ihatrert f . unabK M .ail or Jk aluna,
h.dJiIn!ir.r,fu,.n,l..atM,lr V ld all .nr
tllnIrnui.linU.rr ra rrall by a alel ol -ur...
??-. Jz'..... .i -Jl A.itluiK-1 t.no "llbln t
.'.T..T. :". .-Tin-IUI. rtll ' -"Ji" aM.lfl
tT--i I aMHHH I mflBBHBct ri ti i . v i. wMwuil i ii ii fftTOjBi' ABasflVliHBBBBBiaBn
DR. JAMES KECK
I'll rrlrinilct Olrtrrlt llorlni.
Clironlo ami Private Ulspnsrs
Gauuei' Cured avUIioiK
IIHINHTITITIONHIOI'I N't-HP Z I W.tll ' W.IUI I I' A A Mil AliMAHTQ
laaulral l.V a fllll ivll- ol ttlWKll "1 l I, I a. 1. - I . -1. ; K'ud I" l..-al II i W.aV
ll..M.0Uiii f.'rdlsor lorlmin- TI." i-r ,.f Mn.iy .a.s.. ...i-r K...iai. kh,i p . v rti
aran. ifMrml iiiniil-rs af W Hl Mst I Ir al HmUoI alijl!r. h n-av rfcwg
n in Un ml -y rn.m datoof ...tr-m l-r '.;' "IWnnll' II'V.'. '"J "" "
.Mas "r J? II 'llll.l., II. A., r u lcl..r. Iho In. lUv M W .MnUUl. I' I' I .tttoi. I.
CALL, AND SKK J IIM!
If you nruaftlluteil with any Chronic
or DitHeult l)iwne.
The Westinghouse Threshing Machine, The
Clute & Co. Portable Engines.
Hvi'OqllONt ortlt'lllltllHilHl'M'W VllttVatV(tOp4
j liireilK V I'Of till HtltlO fallal lll IMl.tllllllr t IM'I t UM j
tlt'lllU HlMV.Uwtl.V talalluiMl .MUOllllU'M.
AV have muInI11 oiirm'l vw 1U tl" lvs ri'iil3
Iv HUlMCItlQIt IlU'htlH'aa, IIIMl lift! lMMIIIMMllllMl his
ihi'iiiKi'M vlt iimmI tlit'iit Iiim( NoiiKim mm 'I'lH-: Itl-lHTa
MiM'lilitota tltv hit v uver Miieii.
MtMttt ! OtitaltrtiM mid tlt'wtM-lpt t v tltMnlitia,
AtrMitM vitittMl In uveryoniiiity In tltla r tat Hd
E. J- NORTHRUP & CO.,
ioit rcvtN . ottr.uoN
DONT SPEND YOUR MONEY !
To k to H;tii l'ranciaeo, when you
can bo otirnl in I'ortlaml.
KKW FIKIH AX iKW CilMHKS
I'Ihiio MiiKer and Tuna)
STOP TAKING THOSE WORTHLESS DRUGS
That iloyuti no K'xxl. tit ''t tho fol-
lowing trtitttnniit anil Im vtmtl :
READ A TEW OF THE MANY STATEMENTS
Of norttoiM living in I'ortlaiul who
hat o botm rureil in tht nt y vur:
Portland Business Directory
""ST"' LlVi on lb. sUwalV lf Id.,, afur.
md ii tu k. alur lU M
dJIT" r Van IW.Ur1.-a ajrlinl WJ ! I. .
ara.1 by myatlf ana irvruo .
K. It, I.OVINK,
I fllf tbat tba al)a l.cta ar. tiu. and I baa
lus .-. oaj(a Kafny tUttii Ml ,-ra.iuo.
Da. J .
I docin It my
for m. but to U.r VJtuitJSS.
wrtSWMiura'wt I" VLVi .11 m Irooblaa ao
- --n .?. 2i2r I h aTuUoor hnun
y aiHi in. ii
lu.W hl'J tn
ru u i
about 7U0 wwnt, fri.oi on.
PHVKIOf AW ASI) HVHUVMH.
ri" u)ivir Moao'- I'o of Art.
W, H,-4 lHuaUi' Jiuumw,
a na ull
Waanlnifu"1 aul Klral.
KOEIILKB, W., VH,
XtHtfttr DENTIST S-j
oyeit'K 10T Vlr,aret.
TH &u-AunU TColUctl. V.
alui;w worm., iwi - :. , . ,
lwl.a Vme. ean- aa-.y l''"' V'jVmn
lowing nMit a.in livwe ". ' ' '" V
A, Ti-T Ilka swlliar mail "'.'' l'?.
... n.i...i,i..(...li I' n"'
I would riU to tl, 1-MXtoSfolr".
Illct-! for uUut Un years $$i ,".
ly evtry complaint wll,l W"' m'7 ffiTC.
afcUnswlthout J.W "' won". we Ilia
Van "'" "'Y.rnl M lUK "vo of Ids
cauao of my 'I''l''lnt-r0,,,r,,), f, fivo hui..
worm jwirdirs I jwaaod B70 """Jr wwt
'fLoy 'or. ob-ul ,;, Z 5 Hi. "i cm ".
le.igtli.Kow .," ''"c"i "eM. at No. W
tav Ian tno ltstl.fr. I n.. Uhh
H-ss-rsa --ft,."T,"M "'""
"I. ".?" ;'..iJ l Uruai ! ':
A very lad iiia wlirrt llu llcnt lnrii al
niut lillnil and df, ihI wo alowly dyliij l
cviMUliiPttiiii urrl .
1'nkTi.tiaJMly II), MTS.
" lr J. Keel, urn tkt Ai( l).r Sir aal
Vntuila Till ia tocvtlily ilat 1 Kav Un af
tlirtol with Catarrh In my !wd far llvB)ir,
uinl atnul l'ie vrara ayu 1 taw that II waa Ulnuif
In my luuga. I m aliiMMl Utixl ainl il.af, ami
it was only a mailer f liuie wlu I wottkl ill.
Willi runaiin)4in 1 Had cut mi bad til I wtiMI
I would lie down at nightllm murut would dti
Into my Ihrunt, atxl 1 wwtld liuii. tn my IWt
bimI cuush, nlmnat .tranlml tu dratli. I mad
illuln wliat Ut tudo. Home said Marliatl'
t'alarrli Sniitrw.il, aiid lAa'a aud I'mre'i
wrru reMiiim,rMlc. lo n, I wmimmitsl mi
Manliall'a but ii dxl m mi K"'l ! tog' and
I'irnVs also nir-t with tlw illiijrntifylli; rmtt
AllrrlryliiRall tlisw sihI many i.Ilirr,, 1 va
yrl lowly iiyiiif. I liad lakrti ln-.llolii aUml
UHiryn.r, aim iui ihi ixiir, i wui;iti in
irmliiD'lit vf f-t ptiyafciaiir, UitltrimilwiiiM
fulling to liavti llio doairrl ll1, I guv up all
h..nf rrtvti'ry. At lat n frirlid told M of
Dr. Krck, and I mruulbnl him. Il tl u Iia
nHilil fine in. I told hint li Ma my iuUir,
and Umk n boitl f hit r-rnly lioinr I am now
on thti sixth little, nnd am alnnxt well If I
crl no Ullrr, minify n.ul.l lint luvliaw tho t-nr-fit
I liatti rrtiiirwl fVvtii llua ninllrtiM. fur fur
lhr articular rail at tho Hint Toll UUt, south
W. O.J KAN."
1'oiitHM., Oariwv, May, 7, Im;v.
" Ur. Kitk : This is tu i-f.-lify thai Hjr;lit muiilhs
have tlflnl illiro a mm has f-li rirrctnl, and 1
am wi-ll yrl. 1 lnlcTn it Is llio only "surti rurtr"
on Ihn (ki1. Cumo cine, ivtno all , this i. llio
Halm in Oilrud." W. (I, JKA N.
Clia. II. Hamlin of Knit rurtUndrurnl,
after having suit. nil f.ir 'ii vi-ora, Imnnp; lril
iiwrly all oilier rrmlm, ami allrr le-liijc wwr
n and dmwd ly many loral tdiy.lmau ltnal
what h say a with nKird tn liU j.rrofiit hraltli
aflr Iiavinghi" ctirnl ayrar ago hy l)r Kxk.
V.kl I'orii iM, .1uiii I, lh'9,
" Jh- JCtcJc i I would alatn that I havn not Iotii
a. will lnflflrn yrars a t havn U-cn iho Lit
Nir, since you cum I mo of Catarrh
Another runarkahlo euro of a well known rill
ten of Yai. l'ortlnnd who hail mirvrnl for 10
years raining IdindurH Ac. That tho euro was
radiral and rinaiifiit the following imhllihiil a
year afterwarda fully attctU.
Kjt 1'okti sun, July I, I87K.
"Dr. Kuk: 1 am haii.y tu my l ou and
tho aulh'rlngi thnt I am till frro fmni that terri
. II WHKKhRIL"
A Cnao that haaDafflnl all otltnr Troat-
Vow rapidly ni-overinu and nearly curwl hy
I;r Keek's inollclni'i
l'uliTbMI, Mny 9, Ih7'J
" lr Ktrk Jktir Hir I have l-n nllllcl.M
wilh Catarrh for irtur twciity-aoveii years, an i
have tried nil kinds ol medieliiea, and went In
illllt-rt-nt diu'nrs, and urn Id llud tin tellef until I
tried Ur Keek's Hum Cure" I nm now get
tlliK well und feel liko u new i.roii "
MIIH M, K. lirNTJNOTON.
Many slAtcmeiits might li addl, hut lit Ihn
alovu sulliov, na cuourh '" Ixeti uililuud In
prove not only thnt tl.n Ibalor's treatment nnd
romiHlies are a "Hl'Ili: CtMtK," hut also Iho lm
lOr'ntit und valuahlo fud that his cures aru jt
T iwrtlea livliie a dlttanea and who cnwiol
avail llieiiiwlves of a mrw)iinl Inter view, llm Ibu
lor will,onMlof teudollaii, a-iid an luiiif
Hater aud lulllc't-'1! '""'"rrh mtilMini for one
montli'streatment, together wilh ullnemuMry ill
reitlousuiid ndvieu Alter a momli'a trial tho
Iwlieflrlal elfe-la of Iho treutmeut Well UM-oluoao
ajijuirtlit as to coiiviniw tliu atieut Unit a
RADICAL AND PERMANENT CURE
H'IioIoimiIo anil Htduil Denli-ni in
(mikomos, niAMi'-s vi'.iiVirr
ma'ix. inv. irrt.
WHITNEY iL HOLMES'
Pianoa, Violin HtriiiR, llannuniraa, Ar-
conli-oua, luntrtit'tioii lMk ami
5t0 eh' AmwiAin anl (lermaii ri.nn.i
! ' any nt mado tn wilrr 4J '
r.llrl nr msdoptrr lute vii a rail Kalu'a.
JIU Klr.t "li. I.t. 3II l Naliuuti.
A bELF-Iini)ly HARVESTER
Thnt Citta nnd llluda n
TEH FOOnrSWATH WITH EASE!
Mlvsslw:. Nr.Wni'HY.CIIAl'.MAN A
Co., intrinliiri) Ihn llrat Utn-fiwl elf
himliiit; Imrvi'xior iwr run lu thu wnrld
(Itkrov, On., AK 7th. I?'
MlJVlM. MllHIII'Ut, ('llAI'M' A t",
I'oktmm' I Imrcliy iprlify thnt lint Ten
Foot Oalxirno .Self-Hlndtnif llartritrr
iiurrliUHoil of you and atarttMl on my farm
In WanhliiKtaii coiinly, Oregon, this day.
in a imrfi'i't mhtwa, thu harvtwler nnd
himlur hoth riiiinliiK amootli ami iliiliitf
thiilr work well. I llinl lint himlur an
htrii my txiMctntliui ami U fully ahln tu
tnko rum of thu tliliktwl anil lioatlmt
urnln. ami tnkiM
any that I uvuriKiv
1 1 r C tt t I r.
Kranicli 61 Bath PIANOS.
Gnblcr's Nrw Scdlo Upright PIANK ,
n..i.,n nf.AN5 tJ
Fine Piano Stools.
Tm.ifcr. ahd tut."'.' f4 i.ut-tt a ij" ',
WaiiiHw" 'llit.Uai,, M.-r IVUl fJ
FEVER & AGUE
;m wsawtm ir;i
I'ortlaua. no '" "-l-Mn 10 of his
cau-yl all my '"'f',' "'a jw horrildo lowk;
small worm jwwdera, I Isaeuoou 0e.iiBf
trig vforroi, ; J".," .a.hth of an Inch In
IniWlnleajti-t T 'Tat Vo. iill First
thkkusss. I roslda HJi ''
EVERY DRUGGIST SfllSl
&TILU TAKlSTIIi; LtAD-
.' mn mms, niiu iirf iimt
i Up ilo ii urnlii tMtm to , 35G.-132 '
nw. Yum, , 7. T '
uKXil'Si: ' "i'1
nliltfM robl HI l":
4 all tl inali'i
s U '
munm & WOLFF,
And Mannfaclurcra of
TooU for I'lanlnr, Moldliii; ami Turn Inc.
faille llrnuila, Iron Hull... turlt, trim
UalllUK fr I'ruera, hhiImII kluu
f llrrwery Wink iiimlr.
Al Kami Machlnaiy ropalieil mi atmrl hntlea
Mill I'leka in ad ii ami retialreil.
No. II 'J nmt a I Krmil Nti.el, I'lirllninl, Or.
Of this dltreMill inahidy will ho ellivtI.
luiitiiltutlou hy mail enclow u .1 rent stamp,
which no imtivu will lj lukrn.
OFFICE CONSULTATION FREE.
When wrlltnjj kIvo yuur ayintoui in uMery luir
ticular that h ii may knuw jiitt what yuur
DR. J AS. KECK,
N. II Aa tho furegoliigudverUeriiienl tuny hih
pear only lu thii luuo, suroitfurditunirrfeienee.
and xi sura U stato in your teller ur tu IIm )r,
lrKinally in what iwr you taw his not Us.
lVliolmnln lluiler lu Orr-iroii ami I
Fruit, Produce, Mill Fcotl, otc.i
122 FRONT STREET.
i, o. ihik nns.
Tlu HoHt Houp JIitl
Aalt your Oronnr fur It,
iaa fi-oiicm , I'oriiiiiiii, or.
Akoih fur Orrgnn and Waatilimiiui Tvritlory
d. w.prenti6e 6icd,
NUK AIIKMnii THU
IfAINKH A IlitOH.' AND PHAHK A CO.'M
Urauil, eMimro ami IJiirliflil I'lunus, antt
Kalay una Aundard Cligatn.
! rjral lrej, furllnuit tlravuH
BUY THE BEST-
wsirs u Kvur . "iMMr ' rrMrt
Thu Singer M'f'g Co,
Ihii Ifli-Mt Htl( I'tirtl'1"'
T. H. GHANDLEX
lai-arsn ai i ram '
WOOD AND WILLOW WA;
Him-. Twin, llht.k.11? H I-4-'
ALL KINOS Ol-' UllUSHe
Ink. Avii llmulhiM. rutlitnK 'IV!
Oatrii'li ami l'ltillK't Uilt'a !
V t.ir.,.1 nu.rl. ...... I .if PlUIlT fttlil fS
IhiKH (Natt'liol ImlKitui. HtU-
Mli.liiiiinpi' i.t.' . I'll'
V, NiUiTu.V, tV.il
l'lrl .11.1 I m...la. i IM Ml' '
IK Hill Ml. IH SrWI 1 I '
W iiim.i hri4-k, liewlv Uiin ' "l
. . " . i . . .i i.k
HU, lur the iliiliiilliiili.l " ""...j
W in ici")al. Two hl.akati ' ,1",
aim ii. n a. in a ii.m a. ..iii
II..01.I iiihI llgniK iarilny,l m " rvrt
lainluiK In riuln 1 ' taiii'i '"..jj.li
liuilw, " -
JOHN J. 8CHILLlNCiJ
I'alriil I'lir, Walrr '"", '' .(
INIIICIIHKIKKI) J I V.-'ifXa "S
raliiiihia tiulsut on ll'f. SMlfj
.M tlifu uuliiuliln iiu
...".- ""-".-," ii .,
ia iiiiw iiviaieu in earunie -i,.,i.
..I....... ..... ... U.IL .Irluva Cl'' .
unit nil liiillilliitr l'iiriaea
miu lu nil aiiMisuni
eiilnm llrilaia mav
.i.i.uuIIh II.m II..IU...
given ami e.llinal tnailiil'V I" J1'1 ,,,
Slid hi inv f.'l'.'&i
iny Ulult ? LuK
mi I'miae, I'm '"'