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MIS' CUJtPUi AND THE tUlfl LOWIES.
My. nephfwr Walter haighfcy a young student, wlio was really in need of recn perating air, and relaxation from severe mental labor, with myself, Helena Warbnrton, a plain, quiet spinster of thirty-five, were most delightfully sit--uated in a plain farm house. J ust where this old, quaint and brown homestead stood I shall not tell, so, kind reader, locate.it east, west, north or south, just aa your fancy leads you. . ! Our hostess, a tall, spare woman full of nervous force and. vim, gave ns the best of clean and well-ventilated apart ments. Three times daily we luxuriated in' homely country dainties, and feasted our ''eyes on oldrfashioned blue china; y9llow mugs, and bright, rose wreathed tlelf "cups and sassers," as Mis' Bnmpus failed them. ' ! October found ns yet in our comforta ble qtwrters, with little excuse for tarry ing; the bright eyes, the red and brown in Walter's cheek, and springing step, would not permit that young gentleman to claim the petting and privileges that belong to invalidism, but we were loth to leave.' , ' Our landlady, Mis' Polly Bnmpus, "relict of Elnathan Bnmpus," waaj a "ldne widder, with no want of a master," as she expressed it. Her gude ' man had olpt the sleep that knows no waking for many years, and his "relict" lived out her intention oi "arising at sun up, and retiring a , trifle after sunset, her own mistress." To hear Mis' Polly boast .of her freedom and independence, one would imagine the late Elnathan had bepn a domestic tyrant; but after a short sojourn with her I began to think Mis' Bompus was, and had . ever been, the ruling spirit. j She.wore a bright yellow cotton dress, of home manufacture; her hair, almost matching in olor, was twisted tightly "upon the summit of her head. A cop peras htted sunbonnet, made stiff 'with pasteboard slats,, shaded the thin, dark face and snappy black eyes, from morn until night, as Mis' Bumpus seldom re moved her unbonnet, even when she sat at the table with us. j We were very quiet, almost oppres sively so, as few visitors came to the farmhouse, but I 'had, to wait upon Walter ana myself, a bright, intelli gent,, colored girl of fourteen, who came certain days in the week. Clo rinda told me much of a fashionable young lady that had spent the summer near us. I "Oh', Miss Helena, she is jess lovely! All kjvered with satins and jewels that shine."-; - - Clo always waxed eloquent when she told me of Miss Lossing's beauty, wealth and style; ; On the afternoon o! a perfect day- the air was soft and warm, but not ener vating Walter took his batch of papers and letters, just received from home, out to his favorite tree, while I seated my self comfortably in a great old-fashioned arm-chair that surely must have been the property of some ancient relative of Mis' Bolly as this bundle of energy could never have had any use for such an encouragement of laziness. I had only to raise my eyes from "One Summer,1' and see through the east win dow a scene of peace rest and beauty. Tree3 clothed in, crimson, yellow and brown, lovely little rivulets, and ;a small cascade dignified by the name of "Glen Falls" a minute Niagara. The soft tinkle of sheep and cow bells, a lit tie wav off, were musical. I closed my eyes, and Recalled all the poetry and prose Ikd ever read upon bells. ' A line of an old . Bpng fang through my head: . ., "B a'Hiftii bells. h, beautif J bell! Loud oVr iix- a d ufi o'er the s-a. On. could It but bear you once more! Throfigh' the west window a different and busy scene presented itseli. The little city of Edge wood, with its bustle, was notVar'off. . Clorinxla came in witth a bunch of white, "yellow" and pink ' chrysan themums; 4 i -i "Wauf'em "for your hair, Miss Helena? They would look fine, I think." The faithful creature looked disap pointed when I bade her arrange them in a china saucer, and place themnear by. . " "Oh. Miss Helena, you're so plain ! Now Bhada's young lady does keer for, looking nice.- Bhoda is proud to wait upon her" -. 1 ' Just then Miss Lossing's stylish phaeton and handsome pony btopped be fore Mis' Bumpus' front gate. It was with Bonus 'uneasiness I looked at my dress a plain; dark wrapper. . Clorinda summoned - 3oe downstairs, where Miss Lossiner waited in crand toilette, if Glo's Btatement was to be credited. "Come, .Aunt Helena, your visitor awaits." jri:: : 4 . . ! And my jiepbew entered my room, and offered me his arm with a great flourish of polite attention. : "Miss Kathleen has the aesthetic and literary craze in the most violent form. You will be quite overpowered." . J I was not "overpowered, but found in Miss Kathleen a very elegantly-dressed . lady of any age - between thirty and forty. Her blonde hair was banged and frizzled to an alarming degree. It ICUi ILiAiOVA UIQ i fcA JW Vu vaa m t ww w a fair ladies sat. np o nights to pretect their elaborate '-coiffures. Gold eye- glasses were perched upon the Boman 5 nose, the richest of velvets and satins draped the stately form, diamonds flashed from the throat, ears and hands, nd the wearer knew well how to display their beauty. i My visitor proved to be .very hard' to entertain, in spite of her outward ele gance. Indeed, it was difficult to find . a congenial topic; and weather and sur roundings were soon exhausted. j Miss Kathleen was inconsolable in this dull place. The fashionable openi ings were necessary to her well-beinjj it was happiness to feast her vision upon ovely silks, dainty( French bonnets and dresses ' '-. 'j. "Did I know which was the newest and most popular style of jewely, and was Reman or Etruscan gold en regie now. Did . I not care for them? Ah?" I And the countenance wore a superoil- ious sneer upon bearing that I could exist and be passably happy without A bright idea came to her. ' . "Then, perhees. Miss Warbnrton you are literary?" Ton must let me send you over my books. How I do enjoy some of the thrilling parts of - Jean Ingelow's new book, "Fool's Er4 rand!" 8omo-.?of -his characters are! pleasing ones, et l cannot agree with everything Mr. Ingelow says; and then Mr. Eliot's ' 'Undiscovered Country' is jastdelighlfal." i At this confounding of authors Walter gave a hysterical cough and giggle; but fortunately my Icaller spied some sun flowers in Mis' Polly's garden. i "Ob, the dear, lovely flowers!" and Bho softly clapped the dainty hands. We went ittto tjxe garden to get a nearer view o4he beauties, and surf prised Miss Bumpus calling around her; by her peculiar pluk, her feathered pt to their dinner of corn-meal dough; Miss Kathleen cooed " out her admira tion of the staring, coarse blossoms, while Miss Polly looked on amazed. "xesm, said toe practical possessor of the object of the aesthetic maiden's admiration, "I planted last spring a good handful of seeds; you see this corner always has been wet and good for notmng. i learned such places were good for raising sunflowers; it keeps off the ague; Ever have chills, ma'am? Then the seeds are good for asthma, be sides being elegant food for the fowls. I'm main glad I planted them here, but I never could abide their smell, and see no beauty in 'em." Ibis, was too much for Walter a gravity. He came near devouring his handkerchief, then suddenly left us. "Poor, dear young man, said Mis' Bumpus. "He is getting sick again; that cough is coming back; now maybe if I'd parch and grind these seeds, bile it into a strong bitter tea, it would help him." Mies Kathleen's look of horror and disgust at good Mis' Polly's ignorance of Oscar Wilde, the value of festhetio and beautiful quality of the sunflower, the beaming and innocent expression of Mis' Bumpus cbuntenannce, while she im parted valuable information concerning the utility of the gaudy blossom to the dainty maiden, who had never learned, or desired to know, of practical or use ful work-a-day lore, and common -place events in prosaic lives, was almost more than I could look upon without laughing outrightJ Miaa Lossing saw it in my eyes, I fear. "Oh, yes!' gasped Miss Kathleen. "I dare say lit would relieve Mr. Haight's cough; and make the decoction very, very strong; will you please tell him that I said for you to do so?" And with anger shining in her blue eyes she summoned her maid, Bhoda, from her gossip with Clo, and bade me a cool adieu. It was a penitent Walter I found in my room. "O Aunty!" he began. "Stop; Walter. Haight!" said I, trying to rebnke him, when I had been almost as rude myself. "You may pack your trunk to-night; we go home to-morrow." "Aunt Helena, I know I behaved badly to laugh as I did, but her queer mixing of authors! Then when she called our bonny Jean Ingelow 'Mr.' I could not help laughing. And when Mis' Polly went on about the "sunflowers I could not! behave myself. Three cheers for Mis' Bumpus, if she isn't aesthetic!" and the saucy boy cheered so loudly that it brought her to the door. i "Has Mr. Walter got a bad spell? I have the tea ibiling now; it will soon be ready for him." "YesMis' Polly," said I, "and make it extra strong; you will remember Miss Lossing said for you to do so." "Much obliged to Mies Kathleen for her advice; I'm going to persuade Mis' Polly not to ive it to me." Whether he succeeded or not I never knew, but it is likely he did, as Mis' Bumpus and he were firm friends. f Waverly Magazine.' The Lai a dries of the Seine Women kneel in the boats on the banks of the Seine, pounding their linen with the wooden : battoir, scrubbing it with a stiff brush on a ridged board, while ttiey ting as merrily as larks, and reply to the banter of the passing bargee and cantier. . They turn the handle of the wringing machines and do all the hard labor, while the men are busy ironing. Thej man in the blue cotton trousers and snowy white shirt, with the scarlet girdle round his waist, cm iron as well as any Chinaman. He can boast of having among his colleagues men who coffer a frill, or "bring up" the pattern of. lace better than any emigrant from the Celestial Empire. The irons, flat and box, are pushed deftly to . and fro over the white linen, which ha? been starched, and the man who wields them has a bit ol the wax' in his pocket like the chalk of the billiard player which i he passes over the hot iron when he comes to the front, the collar or the .wristbands. He has learned .the rudiments of his art when, a soldier in the barracks, he was compelled to do his own washing and ironing, and he works by the j piece, earning his living, and glowering angrily when his profits are menaced by the threat of introducing the mangle, as yet almost unknown on this side of the channel. The blauchis seur goes into Paris on the Monday morning with the clean linen, and the ironers, who have been working over time on the Sunday and on the two pre ceding days, take a rest. They may be found on the Monday afternoon at one or other of the concerts at Pont du .Jour, enjoying themselves as best they can with the firm intention of not resuming their occupation until the Wednesday; Sometimes their employers can not secure their services until the Friday, but, as a general rule, they prefer to wait, for they are ungallant enough to maintain that it is far better and more profitable to employ men than women. I London Globe. I - i j Shutting np Children. The London Lancet relates a distress ing case of suicide of a boy 10 years old, who had been shut up in his bedroom as a punishment, The editor comments adversely on leaving children or young persons and the weakly or tronbled in mind alone: "The solitary state is ab horrent to the nature and mind of man. Whether the brain be immature m its development or morbid in its state, it is wrong in a scientific sense that is, .op posed to the laws and teachings of physi ological science to leave it alone. The possibility we will even concede the probability of a subsistence of excite ment is not a sufficient set-off against the dangers of a self-destructive intellectual activity, j The mind always works to its own injury when it works alone. Be flection, introspection and self-examination are essentially abnormal processes. The proper action of mind is on the outer world, or on such conceptions of fact and object as may be readily cor rected by present observation or ex perienoe.j Abstract processes of thought are never1 safe for the young or the weakly and troubled in mind. Healthy activity, bo far as these two conditions of mind are concerned, is directly relative. It is not good for man to be alone in any sense. We would therefore again pro test against the recourse to solitary con finement as a punishment for children, and against 'seclusion in any form for the unsound of mind. The two methods of treatment stand on the same footing, and they are both equally bad." Cloves as a Prkpaeatoky :Cbop. When clover is followed by wheat, a largi yield of the latter is one among the certainties, and the farmer should re member that when clover is to be fol lowed by corn and wheat, one succeed ing the other, it is best to put the wheat first and the corn second, as the land will return a larger and surer crop of the two than when the clover is followed by corn and then by whea. - 1 Flacky S&val Apprentice-- . You are a plucky little fellow." These words were spoken on board the flagship Portsmouth of the training fleet on the occasion of the distribution of medals to the boy. The speaker was Ad-niral Porter, and the . person addressed was Apprentice Krepps of the first class. The circumstances that brought about the compliment from such a distinguished source were as follows: Some seven or eight days ago, while the Portsmouth was still far out of sight of land, bound home from Europe, a number of ap prentices were sent aloft to take in some canvas. . There was a pretty stiff breeze blowing and the vessel rolled heavily. After the sails had been taken in and the boys were in the act of obeying the call to come down, when the vessel gave a sudden lurch, and over went young Krepps into the sea. The cry, "Boy overboard!" was immediately heard, and orders were given for a boat to put out to the rescne. Krepps was repeatedly lost to view while the vessel was heaving to, although it was seen that he was making a brave struggle for life; He made for the stern of the vessel, and got hold of some chains that were hanging there. These he clung to- like grim death, and then called out to the men in the boat, "I guess there's no danger; I am here at the stern." Blood was streaming from his eye, which had been cut in falling. It was for his great pluck that he ws specially noticed by the Admiral, who took occasion to make the remark when handing him the Admiral Bailey medal of gold, given annnally to the appren tice who is most proficient in gunnery. The boy is nnder fourteen years of age, and is small for his age. Apprentice Mc Kigney, of the first class, got the ?arra gut prize for seamanship, and Appren tice McFadden got a medal for second position in gunnery. How a Utri May Aluray. Lojk N ee. " When I was a girt there was one of my young friends who was distinguished for 'making her things last.' Her dress, gloves and ribbons were a marvel of du rability. I used to wonder how she managed to make them last so without their looking shabby, but I ceased to do so after I had visited her at her own home. The reason why her clothes wore so long was she took good care of them. Her dresses were brushed and folded carefully away, and the slightest spot on them was removed as soon as it was dis covered. Her ht was wrapped in an old pocket-handkerchief, and put away in a box as soon as done with, the strings and laces being straightened and rolled out most systematically each time. Her gloves were never folded together, but were pulled out straight and laid flat in a box, one upon another, each time they were used, the thinest hole being mended almost before it bad time to show itself. But the thing bat impressed me most was the care she bestowed upon her rib bons. When making up bows she used to line the under part of the ribbon with white paper, and this not only prevented the ribbon from becoming limp and creased, but kept it clean, so that when the bow wa i soiled : on one side she could turn the ribbon, and the part that had been covered came,1 out looking fresh and hew. That girl married and brought up a large family. Her husband had to fight his way, and did so bravely and successfully, for he became wealthy. But his prosperity was due quite as much to his wife's care and economy in saving money as was his in making it." A' House Blown to fleers. Mrs. Byram Topham of No. 4742 Paul street, Frankford, had tried by numer ous devices to destroy the bugs in her furniture, but her efforts, np to yester day, were unsuccessful. At last she bought two gallons of benzine, and yes terday morning she began by saturating her parlor furniture with her whole stock of the liquid. Her mother, Mrs. Heff, who is seventy years old and an invalid, was sitting in the next room. Mrs. -Topham kept , the door between the two rooms closed, on account of the odor from the benzine. By the time she had finished her distribution of the liquid among the furniture, Mrs. Top ham, feeling faint and dizzy ; from the effeots of the vapor in the closed room, opened the door and stepped into the dining-room, when the benzine vapor rushed out of the open parlor door apd ignited from a small fire in the kitchen stove. Mrs. Topham saw a flash and her mother enveloped in flames. Seizing the chair in which the old lady sat, she dragged it into the yard, her own ditto ing also taking fire. At the same time she heard a crash and saw the front and part of the side wall of the house shat tered by the explosion.fall to the ground. The house was a six-roomed, three-story brick, with alleys between it and adjoin ing houses. The three front rooms are a total wreck, nothing but the roof re maining np. NOTICE. To the Fariner and Mechanics of Oregon, Washington Territory and Idaho: We wish to call your attention to the fact that our annual Catalogue and price lint for 1882 83 t now ready or distribution. It will be fouud very valuable and instructive reading, and will be furnished gratuitously. Send your name and jwxlofiice address to FARMERS ami MECHANICS' STORE, 184 Fl rut street, Portland, Oregon. sepl-lm P. 0. Box 175 Mnvee loseinlte tiierty Tootti Paste Ad aromatic combination for the preservation of the teeth and gnmn. It is far superior to aoj preparation of iUs kind in the market. In large, hundsonie opel pots, price fifty cents. For sale by all druggists. Hodge, Davis & Co., whole sale agents, -Portland, Oregon. DON'T BUY BOSS BOOTS UNLESS YOU WANT THE BEST. SEE THAT OUB NAME IS ON EVEBY PAIR. AKIN, SELLING & CO. Book Akd Music Bctkbs: Send to Wiley B. Allen, 153 Third street, Portland, for any book or music published. Orders by mail filled promptly. The "Musical Pastime," a monthly journal of music, 60 eta. a year. Send stamp for big catalogue of music. - - : .", Send $1.00 to W. D. Palmer, Portland, lor one year's subscription to the Pacific Overseer, the great semi-monthly A. Q. IT. 7f. rwner. BHEUMATI3M1 No one Buffers trom this distressing complaint if the blood is pure and healthy. 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There ase many at the ag" of thirtr to sixty whe ue troubled with too frequent evacuations of th ladder, often accompanied by a slight smarting oi n ruing sensation and a weakening of the system U pianuer the patient cannot account for. On exam mlng the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will ofter Mi found, and sometimes small particles of albumer appear, or the color will be of a thin mllktsh hoe aln changing to a dark and torpid appearance There are many men who die of this difficulty, igno rant of t he cause, which is the second stage of Semi al Weakness. Dr. 8. will guarantee a perfect cure to til such cases, and a healthy restoration of the getilto urinary organs. OfiVe Hours 10 to 4 and 6 to 8. Sundays from 10 tc II A. M. Consultation free. Thorough examinatior and advice, 15. Call or address DR. SPrRTNEY A CO., No. II Kearny street. Sao Francisco. Cat S1000 liEWAJRD WILT. BE PAID TO A1TY PERSON PRODtTO lng a more effectual remedy than Dr. Keek's Sure Cure for Catarrh. Which has stood the test for fourteen years. Pbysl clans. Druggists, and all who have used and thor oughly tested lt,proo ounce it aowl for the cure of that loathsome dise a. Try IU Tour dxnggist ha it, price U Dr. Keck thoronghly anderstands, aod la eminently successful in the treatment ot allehroade anu dlSS esilt dlsestaes of bth aesea and aril mfm, havmg made a specialty of their treatasent for fourteen years He treats Caimr without nsinf the knife. His favor ite prescription la tarnished to UMty ootlenta Fieo. No lady should be without It. Young, middle-aged oi old, male or fesaale. Insanity or a ufe of suffering to your inevitable doom unless yon apply In time to the physician who understands, and la competent to treat your case. Waste no more time nor money with in competent physicians. AU communications attended to with dispatch, and are strictly confidential. Medi tines sent to any part of the country. Circulars, testi monials, and a list of printed questions furnished on application. COAHUXTATIO FREE. Inctet a three-cent stamp for Ust and add res- Dll JAJife KKCK, No. las First street, Portland. Or. ForCntSyBorns, Sores, Boils,pile8 Caked . Breasts, Corns, etc.,lt has no equal. Sold bj lrng. gists and couu try stores at 10 cents per box. y5x55va v 4 pnvrPi ZEPHYR WOOL. GERMAN AND GERMANTOWN WOOL, KNIT 1N ANI KMBUOIDKRINO HILK, CAN V A88ES. KELTH, all kinds of Fancy work. ADIES" UNDERWEAR, MIHHKS' AND CHIL- DRKN' VNHKRWEAR. PAST'S fOMPLKTB WABOHOHEH. 34 PIECKS-t27 00. ! . M PIECKS-S27 00 m pram M 5 ,3 a QBL0. fc; CALIFORNIA 165 Third Btrwat, Portland, Or. IP. O. Box MP Timmi m II aTrrn" DDQInLin!DEf I: rasDQilEIIlCnJCsE "fit I r-" riif-V'A J' - . d FAK MINGr M THE J. I. CASE PLOWS. "TR 101 cj TAVi-R JUST RECEIVED! Direct from Vaster Manufactories, $60,000 CONSIGNMENT OF BOOTS AND SHOES, Which must be sold in thirtv days reardleso of cost. The i-tock corsists of Ls -ito' Mirsts' and hiidren's French Kid. Cur Kid. Pebble Goal, Calfskin end f'a!f Fi xed Phoes, in lomp Hole, rv-uble Sole, lap Role snd (rk Bole. Also a full line of Gents and Sots B.Kifi and t-boes in various styles, mi'b:e for the Oregon roH-ket. New York Boot and Shoe House, 93 pisst smi rr, Retween Ysninti snd IHvi'ir R-viland Oree-on E.U. Selling, Is on every pair. ETEBT PAIR GUAEANTEED. - JLKisr, sKUdure a oo. 0. J. filALARKEY CO., FfOuQceMiiHaiitii epesial attention given to the sale of Wheat, Oats, Flour, Wool & Dairy Produce. Bead tor WBH1T PRICES CURRENT, mailed ' I free on application. liberal Advances on Consignment. JMignmanta and Orders Solicited. 4i vKoirr trr., roxTLAXjs, n. his great Stregtat aiat jseaaedy ana jirittmate result of over 9 Tonte is the le- years or practical experi ence, andfUREM WITH HIKFAIUKO CERTAIN TY. Kervons and vhvsl rai Keblliiy, f-Vmfnai Weakness, epermstor irboea, Prostatorrheajim missions. I mnotencv. Ex hausted Vitality, Prema ture Decline and LOMJS OP HAS 1IOO O, from whatever cause ocoduced. It enriches and purities toe blood, Ktrengihens the nerves, urain. Muscles, xngestion. Keprodm-tive Or gans, and Physical and Mental ra-olties. Ii stops any unnatural deMUtstirg dram npon the system, preventing Involuntary losses, de bilitating dreams, seminal losses with the n-ine etc., so destructive -to mind and body. It to a sure eliminator of all KIDNEY AND R (.ADDER COMPDAINT8. IT CONTAINS NO INJURIOO INGREDIENT. To those svrertag from the ef fects of yoathfal ldlei-etltMi or ex ,i peedy, Ihoroatfi auid prrmsnmt C'l'KK f fiITAKANTKt.lt. Vrice, OO perbottle.or Svt bottles in case with full directions and advi- e, O Sent secure from observation to an v address upon rt ceipt rf priceor C 0- D. To be had on) v of C. D. Na I field. 1 Kenmv street, . Sari Francisco, CaL tnsulutions strictly cotflden tial, by letter or at office, FREE. For the convenient of patients. nd in order to secure perfect seerei-v, I have adopted a private address, under whk-h all pick ages ore forwarded. TKIAt BOTTI-F. FREE. -Sufflclent to h. w its merit, will be sent to ativ on. applying by letter, stating bis symptoms i ae Communications strictly coufldentlaL USE ROSE PH JLS HU1)S0N'S Qim 8T0BE. ''.'." Flrat atreei, Portlaad, Orf;o. .CtUXa, PiSTOLd ARB AJfiUVXITIOA VtAlaw Tvkla f trat kcaerlataws. ntrlTl Itt irt fin Tin -fViTt fl a I VT ' MafiSDuriiuuiaiyruaiiiiTa LIQCID OR DRY, PRICE fl 00; "ATMOSPHERIC jhsunTators,' price SOe. Dry Cur and Insultia. tors mailed on receipt of price, with full direction f. use.ete. K O. PKIDMORE Co.. Islamists ISt FV! tre. Portland, Or. o'.e Aira'ita for the N. rV-'f (xrst, ma7t:i.f IL E. Xwaeh. C 3 I SSllSr ""' CO t ViT OS J-' CD 2 CO 3 i See that one Trade Mack, 3aJB BOaW aatf mncfiLPiFinni linefill It ml q m i'asiiflY 'mmi i a irtwina i wiiin-.s TUR AUilSA HOMESTEAD s situated next to Albina, and etwecn and fi-ontlng on both the xtension of Fourth stre-t. Eas i Portland, and the Vancouver Sroad. Ail the lots In block 26,27 - fii, 2) and are 50x120 feet, with itwenty-foot alleys ttuough the I locks.. AH the other lots are SOx W0 feet. Tlie streets are wide, and have all been cleared, while the riots are high and level and can I very easily cleared. We now offer for sale fora short ime a limited number of these . I ots aud blocks at reasonable eprices and on easy terms. ' ; j THE ALHfXA HOMEHTEAD V f in unquestionably the best field -. for investment and the most de sirab!e place for location now in the market. Its close proximity f to the cities of Portland aud ast J Portland, and to the heavy Un 4 pro f ments now being carried f out by the various companies un der the direction of Mr. Viliard I the Dry Docks i-levators, Ma-V-hine t-hops and other works of ?these companies Its nearness also to the Albina Ferrv .together twith the propow-tl street Rail 1 way from I. street Ferry, tn East i l'ortland.wlll make this property i very accessible from all parts of s inese mrii i uese aovaiilages will necessarily attract a largo population, and in the meantime Jmufce this the most popular and -valuable suburban Dmuertv in this vicinity, while in the uear future it must furnish homes for the rapidly increasing population of Albina, aud then its value will tie at least five times what' we now offer it for. We will show the property and gtve full infor mation io all who may apply to us personally, and inquiries ad lreweLtois by mull will receive trrR " irrom)iatentloii. . ilAlOlll S uu., Keal Es tate Airptittt. X1,,pnu,.n .t,.At and l.UWX8IMLh fe CO., Real .Mt Agents, o w asmogtou St. -Portland. Or ACHINERY. V : v- u ' The TRIfJUPUSEJCllEUSauMi il KILLS. & WALKER, Front St.. foot of Salmon, Portland. jS,00. $8,000. 4 CERIIFICiTS OF MEMBERSHIP FOR TV70 THOUSAND DOLLARS IN THE UnEverssI Benevolent h'n Of Cali'tornin forFnmarried Persons faefssea at tberateof $:JO per inotiih the firt Tear, 9'ib the fcord year, S3 the third year and $JO the fourth ypar. or funher parliculsrs and terms send fora fony of iuf new paptr, "Tb Ideo srspbio" vhl -h will be sent fife. RELIABLE UVis GENT8 WaNThli in every town and county in Oregon and Wsshlugtou Ter. fiend for ft rrcs t liuce to W. WHIl'EWELL, Gen'l Art. Ore ir. n aud a'hlbgton Territory. Room 4i Culon b'ci k . Porflnnd. nr. PERUVIAN " BITTERS. ' 11'.' 2 -"" The Finest BITTERS In the WORLD. THEY EFFECTUALLY CURE MALARIAL DISEASES, Tltallze the stystem and atrreat the rakvagea the Urendfol Alcohol Habit. lllPSOMAMA Ask jour Drngglst or "Wine Merchant for . thesa... iriLHEBDISe Ss CO., Aseata, San Fraat else. v. J. VAJIT MCKTJYVFR ACQ, Portbmd USE ROSE PILLS7" 1850. 32 Years Practical Experience. I882f John A. Child DRUGGIST, ' Dealer in Fine Chemicals, -Perfumery, Toilet Articles, Sponges, ' Soaps, & Rubber Loods. ('or Morrison at 2d sta Portland. r. Ppeclal auention pa d to orders by mail whoa accom p.nlpd-slh thorstb. SPORTSMEN'S EMPORIUM. BECK & SOW Importers and dealerarln Guns, Rifles, arid Revolvers Reels, '1 Floaty Leaders, 4 :;-ifeV :. ; all kind PISSI1TG- TACKtiE, Braided and Tapered Oil tMlk Lines. Six Spliced Split Bamboo Rods 165 and 16T Second at Portland, Or STORE HOUSEHOLD t WHITE - M EN AND W OMEN, Boys an rtrteariy-oae U want hgM, pi?asaat era li'tyment in wliiofi from u, 10 pr ciar can be mae wili Mnd their name ana pwt fliee aibires to us Ira mrdlatfljr, and rwelv? our .twrlrnWis eircuiara. Ad "f"". I. H. teall 4& Co., So. ISJ Frou atreel Portland. Orecon. . L&m --i -. ft y SEE ME, H SEviiriG r.i&cHiriE STORE 167 THIRD ST. yy ' BKraianr nova ON SHORT NOTICLyy ntdlnc orus, " -i xlfEED !TlCESI3rrs,et.