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Oti. the days gone by I Ob, the days rone by ! The apples In the orchard' and the pathway through the rye: ,. The chirrup of the robin and the whistle of the quail As he piped across the meadowaaweetaa any Elght- ingaJe: When the bloom waa on tha cloTer and the bine wm in the sky, And my bappy heart brimmed over in the daya gonebj! In the daya gone by, wheu my naked feet were tripped - By the honeyiackle tanglea where the water lilies dipped . And the ripples of the rim lipped the moss along the brink - Where the piaeld-eyed and laey-footed cattle came to drink; And the ttlUnij snipe stood fearless of the tra ant's wayward cry, M . . And the splaihlng of the swimmer, in the days gone by.: .. r; Ob, the days gone by! Ch, the days gone bjt . The music of the laughing lip, the lustra of the eye; - v The childish ialth In fairies and Aladdin's magic ring The simple, soul-reposing, glad belief in erery thing. For life waa like a story, holding neither sob nor sigh. In the golden, olden glory of the days gone by: US DEP. A SHADOW. 'Haf AT finfl " his 'Sue! Sue! Sue!" hisBed Marcus Gos well, -viciously. "I will mate no terms with him. : What have I to do with hia wife and children and altered fortunes?' He gave me his bill, he had my money; write him that if the matter is not eettled on Tuesday I will put it into jay lawyer's hands." - , . ' " I onlV thought that some consider ation should be shown him on account "Do not trouble yourself to think, sir; I will do all the heaawork there is re auired for this establishment," and with those impressive words Mr. Goswell took up his hat and coat and left the of fice. Marcus Goswell was described in the New York directory a3 a general agent. He reallv was a monev lender and bill- broker, and one of the hardest old men who ever dishonored their gray hairs by deeds of rapacious usury. The person to whom he had been talk ing was William ilariaxa,niscnieioierK, a genial, generous young man of thirty, with as iittleaptitude for the life he was leading as was possible to imagine. The unfortunate person of whom they had been speaking had been a friend of Harland' once, but "Will Harland and Albert Grosvenor were not men of the same mould, and latterly their commun ications had been few and far between I. Gerald Wmterley, was a young man at the time, assisting Harland in keep inff Mr. Goswell's books. The offices o f Goswell & Co. (the Co. being a mvth) were situated in an old house near the general postofSce. They were three in number. An outer one for general business, a middle one for clients to wait in and an interior one, sacred to the use of the great human spider. Mar cus himself, in which he wove his web of iniquity" round the struggling humanity who unfortunately fell into his merciless meshes. It was late when old Goswell left, and as I boarded with Will Harland and his dear little wife in their cottage near Brooklyn, I waited for him till his work was done. Being fatigued with a good deal of running about that day, I went into the middle office and threw myself on a sofa which was put there especially for. the comfort of lady clients. Will seemed a long time at his work, and once I pesped into the room and found him lying back in his chair in deep meditation, i Knew now tusiasieiui ins task was to him, and patiently left him to his musings. I e veu closed my eyes and fell into a pleasant doze. Suddenly a light noise awakened me, aflTd looking up, I saw the blind of the glass partition between the two rooms, the shadow of a man with big luxuriant mustache and a long, pointed beard. It was gone in an instant, and I was assured that it was all a dream, es pecially as I opened the door and found Will alone in the room. We had been working late and early, and therefore I was not surprised to hear Mr. Harland Buy : "I do believe I have taken forty winks too. This night work makes one so un commonly tired." 'Are you ready now ?' "Yes, in one moment." He arose and carefully began to ar range his papers. Suddenly he, made a start. "Wnere is Grosvenor'a bill?" We looked everywhere for it, but could not find it, and finally Will came to the conclusion that Mr. Goswell had forgotten to give it to him before he left. On the following day we were at the office betimes. Goswell had given Har land the bill,' and was furious at its loss. He discharged him on the' instant, and threatened him with all the persecution his small nature was capable of. "The law is too tedious," he said, sneeringly. "And at the most it is a case under the bailee act, but I will be even with you." That evening I hurried home to find that tho Harlands had suddenly left the cottage and gone, no one knew where. A letter for 'me, left in the charge of a lady, containing a brief apology for their dis appearance, was all. Three weeks passed by. I had been promoted to Harland's position, which I only took, thinking that it might be the means of me rendering my friend service, for I never for a moment doubted his ita- uucttuuu. One day when I was alone, there came a tap at the door, and a dainty little fig ure stood before me. Long golden hair wastoBsed in wild profusion over her shoulders. . She could not be more than seventeen years of age, and looked as far out of character in that musty old office as a fresh rose in the button hole of a sweep. "Where's Will ?" she asked, as her big eyes opened wider in wonder. 'Will? What Will?" "Why, my William HarlaDd, stupid. What other Will would I want?" I stood in blank dismay. Her Will I Then there was a woman in the case after ail, and for the first time doubts of Har land's innocence , flashed across my mind. "Mr. Harland," I said severely, "is, I suppose, with his wife and little boy. He has gone away from here." "Gone!" ' , ViJO , OUU AAA OJ X lOJk WUU YOU are, Miss?" "I ? why, I'm Ethel, of course." "His sister from Ohio? I have often heard him speak of you," said I, consid erably relieved. "And you are Gerald Winterly?" "lam.", ' And then I found myself breaking to her, as gently as I could, the terrible news of her brother's trouble. The young lady was in a terrible dilemma, as she had come to New York intending to V slay at Will's house. Luckily I had found a pleasant boarding place; aud it did no(t take me long to escort the charm ing yo'ung lady there, and leave her in obargq of tha landlady. When I got to know Ethel . Harland wdj'o iotl&iatejy, I found that uadss 4I the tinsel show of childish beauty, there lay a spirit strong to act and fnll of de termination. - She told, me that she and her widowed mother lived alone; that they had not heard from her brother for some time; that her mother must be kept in igno rance of the catastrophe which had be fallen them; and that, come what would, she, Ethel Harland, was resolved upon finding Will's address and clearing him of the stigma the unfortunate inoident had left on his reputation. But, although she remained in New York three weeks, nothing could be ac complished; and I took the heart-broken girl to the depot, and saw her off by the train for her Ohio home. Weeks passed by and nothing occurred to clear up the mystery. Then came a long letter from Ethel, suggesting that I follow old Goswell home and see what sort of surroundings he had at hia nn fireside. xl Xibuei iiau iom me to undertake a journey to Siberia I had should have done so without Question inc. for mv heart had long gone out to this sensible little winsome maiden. Accordingly the next evening I dacrcraA ine iootsteps oi my employer, and fol lowed him to a suburban village where he was met at the depot by a bright lit tie girl, almost as pretty as Ethel her sen, m a pony pnajton. I Luckily for me they did not drive verv fast and I had no difficulty in keeoing pace with them until they came to a large old-fashioned mansion which was evidently their home. i One thing that surprised me was the lavish affection exhibited by the young jady towards old Uoswell it did seem so jabsurd, anybody, being particularly fond pi mm. I All this I dutifully wrote to my lady love, ana cue reply was a telegram say ing tnat Jtnel would be xn New York on the succeeding day. i She came, more beautiful, if possible, tnan ever. Jtier nrst words were I "Gerald, I think I know where Will and Rose are. I clipped this advertise ment from the Daily Tribune," j .mis reaas: -a young man or some ability seeks a position in a counting- bouse. Salary not so much an obiect a immediate employment. Address Gnl- lelanis, 1787 i)'ord street, Brooklyn, N. Y." "Gulielanis is Latin or something for William," she added, "aDd I know he used the same sobriquet before on one occasion. "And what are yon going to do? "I am going to see Mr. Goswell's charmingyounglady. She has influence with him. She is young, impressionable and, 1 am sure, generous; and I feel sat lsned mat x can enlist ner services in making that horrid old man withdraw the imputation he has cast on my broth er s conduct." "And when will you go?" "This Very evening," said the girl, de terminedly, "but on this occasion simply to reconnoitre the enemy s outposts, To-morrow I will pay her a visit when her father or grandfather, or whatever relation the old Turk may be to her, is gone to business." It was a beautiful moonlight night as Ethel and I stood in front of Mr. Gos well's mansion. They were Bitting in front of the house, the old man, the girl, and a young man, whom we could not recognize in the dim light. Presently they went aside,- and the next minute the lamps were lit in a room on the second floor, and the blinds were drawn down. Suddenly I gave a start. "Ethel," I said, "watch that shadow on the blind the shadow of a man with a big mustache and a long pointed beard. As I live that is the shadow I saw on the blind of the partition the night Grosven or s bill was lost. I had told Ethel of this little incident before, but she had, as I had mvself, given it no significance; but now she was ? aieri to its importance. "Gerald," she said, "are you sure? See, he comes to the window again. Iiook !- isit he?" As surely, l replied, "as l now stand beside you in this lane." "Then we most act at once." "How?" "Do not distract mo with questions. Uome along. She went boldly up to the door of the house, rang the bell and asked to see Mr. Goswell. Just then the fair girl we had seen, came tripping down the stairs. .With a qniet, lady-like dignity Ethel asked for a few minutes interview,which was smilingly accorded. With many tears my darling told her tile from beginning to end, and before she was half-way through, the two girls sat with locked hands, and I could easily tell that the fair stranger was won com pletely over to her side. "It is his grandson," she said. "We are oousins. My grandfather's great hope is that we shall marry, but that could never be. His life is a bad one, I am afraid, but it is wrong for us on Buch a trivial coincidence as this to assume that he is guilty in the'present case. one had hardly finished spea&ing, when the door opened, and Mr. Goswell and bis grandson entered. A frown darkened the old man's face as he saw me. "You here? What means this?" "This lady," I said, pointing to Ethel, "is William Harland s sister, "Indeed!" " William Harland did not purloin Albert Grosvenor s bill. "You say so." "I know it." "Then," perhaps, you know who did? "I do," I said, looking full at his grandson. "I saw the thief in the very act. There he stands. It was a bold coup, but it told. The young man seemed paralyzed. His lips moved as though he would speak, but he failed to give utterance to a word. "Yes, there he stands, Mr. Goswell. He took the bill when William Harland, worn out with hard work in your ser vice, desk. "I man, fell asleep for a moment over his Let him deny it if he dare." will not deny it," said the young passionately; "this accursed act has been the bane of my life. I cannot sleep for thinking of it. It it killing me." "Oh, Walter, this from you!" sighed the old man; "but go on. Even now. if there is an excuse for your wickedness, I win tnans: liod lor it. "There is none," was the stern reply. "I owed money to Grosvenor which I could not pay. He told me of this bill, and I promised to secure it for him. On that fatal night I went to the office. meaning to appeal to Mr. Harland and enlist his aid in procuring time for its payment, when I hoped I should be able to meet it. As I opened the door I I found him asleep and the bill lving be side him. The temptation was too great; X IOO K 11. "It is too bad, too bad!" moaned the old man. . - - "It is. indeed." said Ethel, spiritedly. "but you are not thinking of my Will at all. Vouu ymUy U nil saUUoad. Think of hia hours of misery and dis grace, his broken-up home, his wife's distress, his " "Oh, child, you do not know," inter rupted Mr. Goswell, "how much or what we are thinking. What will you have? We are now at your mercy." restitution of my brother s good name, and a written apology for the base falsehood that has clouded his life with misery." "And no punishment for the guilty one?" Ethel looked for a moment at the face of the young man beside her.then gently murmured: "No, Mr. Goswell, none. God has taken his punishment into higher hands than onrs. My brother, if he were here. would say with me, Let him go in peace, and sin no more." Mechanically the man of business called for paper aad wrote a full retrac tion of every charge against his late olerk, and an , humble acknowledgment of the wrong done him, offering to sup plement it with any monetary considera tion William Harland might choose to demand. i With this we took our leave. Bright and early the next morning we were at Ford street, Brooklyn, and sure enouga found the wanderers. What they had suffered I need not tell, suffice it to say Ethel came in for her share of thanks and blessings, and your humble servant was by no means forgotten in the gen eral rejoicing. Will Harland, my brother-in-law, has now a good business of .his own. Bose is rosier than ever, and the boy is old enough now to be a connoisseur of glass agates and peg tops; and my wife Ethel looks over my paper and says I am "a dear, stupid goose to rake up the inci dents of that horrid old nightmare, any how, JEye or no JSye. A North Carolina Story. One of the most remarkable maladies known to the medical profession of this state is now puzzling the doctors here. This is that ot A. M. Wilhelm, aged about eighteen. Jf an ordinary bathing tub is filled with ice cold water and the boy s feet placed in it, in less than six minutes the water is made to come to a boiling heat. The boy suffers the most intense agony, and has to be kept in cold water nearly all the time. As soon as one ves sel containing water becomes too hot for use it is replaced by another, and the change is continued as rapidly as the water becomes heated. Morphine is used in treble doses, but has but little effect upon the patient. He has been suffering with the remark able disease about a month, and during that time has consulted and been treated by the ablest physicians in the state. It was caused, it is thought, by being ter ribly racked by a steam engine, upon which he got to adjust some portion of the machinery. The throttle valve was in some way moved and a full head of steam put on. The motion cf the engine jammed the boy so as to derange his nervous system and leave him in the hor rible condition he now finds himself. He is to be examined by some physicians from a distance. The case is attracting very general attention. The Tenor and the Italian Dade. A curious instance of Italian manners and customs is reported from Milan. M. Prevost, the tenor at the Dal Verm Thea ter, was at a caffe with a ladv recently, when he observed a young man staring at her in the offensive way so common among young Italians who wish to be considered ladv-killers. M. Prevost re sented the offense to this extent: he boxed the young man's ears. When the next night M. Prevost appeared on the stage he was greeted with a storm of yells and hisse. The second tenor then came forward and expressed the hope that as M. Prevost was not an Italian he might perhaps be excused if he did not quite understand Italian ways, but the audi ence went on yelling as before. A police officer came forward and announced that the performance must oease and he was hissed. "The second tenor made another attempt in vain. The police officer tried again, but without suocess. Finally M. Prevost himself appeared and protested that he had no hostile feelings toward Italy ; that Frenoh and Italians had fought side by side, and that he had only wished to give a lesson to a youth who had acted offensively toward a lady. This little apology was favorably received and the representation was resumed. Pall Mall Gazette. .. An Unfortunate Waltz. At the last State ball at St. Petersburg the Empress honored a young officer by allowing him to waltz with her. The gentleman was reputed a famous dancer, but, somehow, on this occasion his skill seemed to have deserted him. The Em press and he ie)l heavily to the floor. Thereon the Emperor ran across the room and anxiously inquired from his wife, who had risen, whether she was hurt. The Empress replied that she had not suffered, but she took the arm of her husband and went for a time to a retir ing room alloted to her. Meanwhile the chagrin of the unhappy officer was visi ble to all the guests. By and by the Empress returned., and. seeing the dis tress of her late partner, went to him and insisted on his dancing another waltz with her.' This time there was no accident, and the unlucky incident was forgotten in the gracious kindness of the popular Czarina. He lay upon his dying bed, and as the soft-beating pulse and quick gasps for breath denoted approaching dissolution, he softly murmured to the sorrowing relatives gathered round: "Do not lay me down by the rippling brooklets, lest babbling lovers wake me from my dreams; nor in the beautiful' cemetery on Cypress Hill, lest sight-seers talking over the epitaphs disturb me; but let my sleep be under the counters of merchants who never advertise. This is indeed a place which surpasseth all understand ing, and a deep sleep on which neither toe buoyant footfalls of youth.the weary buuihb oi age, nor me uusy uum oi com merce ever intrude. Ana nis spine gently meandered up the golden stair. Exchange. Three Trays to Beat, Mm. Giddleton, who knows that her husband never shakes dice for drinks and that he is strickly sober, was awak ened the other night by her Mr. Giddle ton, who in his sleep exclaimed: "Three trays to beat! ' Horse on me! "What do you mean?" asked his wife, shaking him. ; "What does who mean?" "You." "What about?" "Why, you cried out 'Horse-on me!" "That's all right. I merely had a nightmare." I " Alum is one of the best additions to make whitewash of lime that will not rub 'off. " i . ' . A NOVE& 1ST THE STYLE OF WM. BLACK. Take one yacht, the Hebrides, an ob stinate young lady, and a piper. Add to these a Highland laird and Colonsay; now, introduce a young man in a kilt and Oronsay, with a pinch of Kyles of Bute and Ben Mmch Dhal. Flavor to suit taste with Gaelic border ballads, and Styornaway ; cover with pathos and serve. IN THE STYLE OF MB. ANTHONY TEOLLOPE. This is always a dish in season, but depending like thB omelette, on a certain . - 1 mi rtiL amount of mecnamcai skui. ine ingre dients are simple: three English clergy man of slightly doubtful reputation, a county family, one duchess and a pair of purely conventional lovers. It is in dispensable that the latter should at once quarrel gently.but.unless they positively curdle and refuse to mix, tney snoum not betray any marked emotions. Stir in several Cabinet ministers, ana one impossible American; dilute to taste; garnish with one suicide, chopped nne, and sauce "marriage a la mode." MISS BROUGHTON. This simple and innocent entree is preferred by many to the cumbrous and heavy joints so popular with the last generation. It merely requires a wil lowy and somewhat vicious young wo man, and an ugly and somewhat vicious young man (guardsmen preferred) of middle age and two wives living. Skewer and roast then together over a quick, passionate fire; and serve either hot or cold, as the heroine survives it or not. Vegetables in the shape of relations are sometimes added, but they are quite im material and are sometimes skipped. Serve with an historical present platter, and molten lava kisses to give a finish. "OT7IDA." Take one languid Greek god, with fair hair and the shadow of a crime. Flavor him with a ruined Abbey, nothing a vear. a palace on the Bosphorus, and turquis hair brushes. Take also sev eral duchesses, to whom he makes love verv languidly, or he will not do a Dalmatian gitana with a thirst for re venge, and one viviendiere. After these become thoroughly mixed, introduce carefully a chapter on Ariadne at Naxos, one little wooden shoe,'; a gifted dog, and a plain mister to givei a piqu ant flavor. Season with a bouquet of i choice misquotations, and serve with a supreme expiation. LOBZ BEACONSBTELD A PIECE MONTEE. Procure, ready-made from the pastry cook's, one Palladian palace, which may be filled at pleasure with allegorical fig ures representing the British aristocracy. the Rothschild family, the great Asiatic mystery, and Lord Beaconsfield. Pow dered footmen should be sprinkled over the whole. Angus M. Swift, in the Cen tury "Bric-a-Brac. ALL SORTS. The French end of the channel tunnel is moving eighteen and the English twenty yards a day. ' "A woman husbands her resources when she rifles the pockets of her lord and master after he has gone to bed, remarks the Boston Courier, j A news item says the male members of a Pennsylvania family are "bewitched. The next-door neighbor evidently has several pretty daughters. It often hap pens that way. Cincinnati Commercial Gazette. ' v - "Adolphus Delaine came oilt of col lege highly educated and made his mark in the world. "But what of that?" cried Mr. Scruggins: "I never had any edu- cation, and I always make my mark . Ed- ucation be blowed. The Corsini Palace in the Lagrana at Eome has been bought by the govern ment for 2,500,000 francs, say 100,000, to be used as a "Palace of Science," one of the buildings voted in the plan for the reorganization of the city of Home. "Strange." remarked Mrs. Brown: "I have rung at Yra. Smith's door three times this week and I didn't succeed in raising any one. I guess the family is out of town." "Possibly replied Mrs. Jones; "but Mrs. Smith wasj just now telling me that she could tell your ring among a thousand. The cure of the agricultural troubles in England will gradually be Worked out by the elimination of tne tenant farmer, except on the very great estates, thus leavtng two classes instead of three to live on the land. Already these proprie tors who are personally farming many acres of their own unsaleable hind, ex press themselves as well satisfied with the result. The laborer will necessarily rise in importance with the departure of the farmer, will probably obtain an acre or-twoof land and will find his condition materially improved. America and Aus tralia will benefit by the advent of the tenant farmer, bringing with him skill, character and a little capital. Portlana BnsuiBss DirectorF ! POORS, SASH AXD BUMP. F. J5. BEACH A CO 103 Front Nt.-Dealers in Paints. Oils and Glass. Poors, windows and Blinds. Bend for Price 1.1st and Catalogue. J. 11. ROHBIN8 Jb SOX. FIRST S IV-- wholesale and retail dealers in Pianos, Organs, bheet music and Musical Merchandise, Picture Frames and Mouldings. Country orders will receive BOOK HINDKBs J. I). MOUTIHER.-Portland blank book manu factory. 6 wasbiiurton treet. Portland, Or. The reliable i-stablisbuient. : Tiotoo for good wortc. BlHjilkJooksMthjw MARBLE WOKKS. M EKOES& VOSPER, 47 Stark. Monuments, Toruns, Headstones.etc., mroisuea 111 itian ana American marbie. 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Your druggist has It, price II. nr. &ecK tnorougniy onaeratanas, and is eminently successful iu the treatment of all chronic ana dim eH disease of both sexes and all aces, having made a specialty of their treatment for fourteen years He prescription is furnished to lady patient xie treats i-awecrwitnont using tne knife. His m kvor Nol No lady should be without it. Yourti. mlddle-ad nr old, male or female, Insanity or a life of suffering Is your Inevitable doom unless you apply in time to the physician who understands, and Is competent to treat your case, waate no more ume nor money wun in competent physicians. All communications attended to with dispatch, and are strictly confidential. Medi cines sent to any part of the cou ntry. Circulars, testi monials, and a list of printed questions furnished on application. WsSCLTATIOM FRER InclrwP a three-cent stamp for list and address BR. JAMES aa,i.H.. jno. iM nrst street. Portland. Or. JOHN A. CHILD. WALTER A. GltADOX. John A. Child & Co., DRUGGISTS, DKAURS IS Fine Chemicals, Toilet Articles, Rubber Goods aatf DBIGOHTS . SUNDRIES. Special attention en to - glv- CaSa ORDERS By Mall. Portland, Or. lOt tie and St. NORTHERN PACIFIC Land and Immigration Company. Office Booms 40 and 41 Union Block, PORTLAND. OREGON. P."0. CHfLSTROM. , FKANK OWEN. j Presidtnt. secretary. Th's Company operates throughout Oregon, Wash ington, Idaho aud Montana. Lands of all kinds bought and sold. Immigrant Colonization a Specialty. Headquarters for all land seekers. Description of Government and other wild lands furnished free. Information given on all branch of business. Correspondence solicited and communications' promptly answered. , IV O. box 869. ENLARGED PICTURES MADE IK THE Highest Style of the Art, BY ; I. G. DAVIDSON, PHOTOGRAPHEH, PORTLAND, OREGON. j 0. E. MeBREEN'S QUEENS WARE BAZA ATI, j 6? Uorrlson Street. Portland, Or., , rrmie teatjino and cukapkht house A. furnishing Store lu Portland. Tea Mad Dinner Sets a specialty. i All Ooada below Pint Street Price. DRS. FRFELAN0 & ROBERTS, 33 EXT Cor. rir & VsmhiH ts., romana, ,r i (l;svidson'8 Photograph. Gallery-) -Pint-o!sM work at rstes. the most reasonable Hare both had many years experience in Oregon and California. TIIE PllOTOGBAPHEK, F1BST A.D TAYLOU 8TBEETS, Prt lnd, Oran. THE BALDWIN I THE OXlr FIHST CL.ASW Family Restaurant in Portland. USE BOSE PILLS. f AND Vk l : SEE ME. M f '- - J G.WESTIHSH0USE5CQ, Schenectady, Seir York. BRANCH. HOUSE, POBTLABD. OBEGOll G. P. DART, Manager. MANUFACTURERS of THRESHERS, LEVER and TREAD HORSE POWERS, PORTABLE and TRACTION ENGINES. DRXQ SAWS, Ac. We do not claim to have the ONLY THRESHER in Oregon. Bat we'll say we can prove tliat we have a machine the best adapted to tho wants of the Farmers of the Pa cific Coast. ' We claim we can thresh cleaner from the straw, save the grain better, and do more and better work in general than others. Neither do we have to rebuild our machines In the field at the TIME and EX PENSE of the FARMER. We warrant all machinery sold by us. We FURTHER GUARANTEE that our Engine will do the SAME WORK with ONE-THIRD LESS FUEL and WATER than ANY ENGINE In this MARKET. Do not buy witbouteeing our goods or hearing from us. For circulars or other Information addressl, O. Wet!n-huse fc Cot, Portland, Oregon. Office foot of Morrison St. BET r SCR THAW GOLD. CALIFORNIA FRUIT SALT . A Pleasant and Efficacious Remedy. IF YOU HAVE ABUSED YOURSELF By over Indulgence in eating or drinking; have sick or nervous headache; dryness of tne sum, witn a feverish tendency; night sweats and sleeplessness; by all means use Slaven's California Fruit Salt, And feel rouns once more. It Is the woman's friend. Try it; 1 per bottle; 6 bottles for $s. For sale bv all druggists, .iiuuuu, da v le k ui., n noiesaie .Agents Portland, urfgon. DR. SPINNEY, Ho. 11 Kearny street, S. F., Treats all Chroale and Special Dl YOUNG MEN WT HO MAY BE SUFFERING FROM THE KF M V fects of youthful follies or Indiscretion, will do well to avail themselves of this, the greatest boon ever laid at the altar oi sunenug numanity. juk. SPINNEY will guarantee to for.eit, 500 for ery case of Seminal v eakness or private diseases of any kind or character which he undertakes and fails to cure. HIODLK.AOED MEN. There are manv at the aire of thirty to sixty who are troubled with t .o frequent evacuations of the bladder, often accompat led by a slisht smarting or burning sensation and a weakening of the system in a manner the patit-nt cannot account for. On examining the urinary deposits a ropy se'iimei-t will often be found, and sometimes small partlclf sof albumi-r will appear, or the color will be of a thin m:lkish hue. Again changing to a dark and torpid appearance. There art many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of ths cause, which is the second stge of Seminal Weakness. Dr. 8. will guarantee a perfect cure in all such cases, and a healthy restoration of the genitor uninary or gans. '' Office Hours 10 to 4 and fl to S. Sundays from 10 to 11A.M. Consultation free. Ihorough examination and advice, aS. . Call or adiire s MK. RVIXXEY A CO., No. 11 Kearny Mre t.suii Francisco, CaL 5 ' T, d iVCS Via NEW YORK JEWELRY MANUF'G CO., lOt First St., het- Washington and Stark, Portland, Ore.ron. Agents for the JKockford Railroad "Watches, and dealers In all kinds of jewelry. Country orders filled with dispatch. Goods sent C. O. D. with privilege of examining before buying. " GARRISON'S SEWIXG MACHINE STORE 9 32 JOHN It. OIKRISOX, C All the Iendlns Sfuehtnea. Oils, Nredlea, Attachmeult and Genu ine JPttrcs far Sle. General Agent for the Household and White SEWINGjJftACHIHES. Sewlnc "MTaehlnes Bepalred and Warranted. General Agent for the TURKISH RUG PATTERNS. General Agent for the lTnlvera-l TuMm Co Perfect Fltflntf Pntterns. flgfSend for Catalogue.-ffW e " a 6f)P Is r u V, : ? a a or "1 re rBopniirran. GARRISON'S SEWING MACHINE STORE H. P. GREGORY & CO., No. 5 North Front St., between A and R, Portland, Oreiron. axr Woodworking Machinery, : Stennt Kngtaea and Hollers, Mining Machinery UeUlntr, teklis and Hoar, rionrHlll' Uachlnery, Water Wheels Etc. etc JFnll Set of Teeth for $ 10. Best Set, 815. TEETH FILLED AT LOW RATES; SATISFAC tiou guaranteed. Oas administered. Dental grad PIlEIIN BROS Portland. Oreeon ' Room 54. Union Block. Stark street entrance. LAND PLASTER, For Aale by EVERDIXG & FARRELL, Alder and Front streets, Pertlan, Oregon. USE ROSE PILLS WiifrintKkouva 3a)it Sew Doable Cylinder, Single Aetlan, 8elf.Goata4t ed JGnKtne. X'neacelled for IZc&iioaij- in every particular, .skillotl os;lnera unnecessary.- 2fo Packing, no Adjus ing, no l'oanding bi boxes. . . 'if 3 F. P. Akin-, BEX HEL1.1.NO, If. E. DoacH. BOSS BOOTS ARE BEST. THEY ARE ALL STAYED BVTKOOTIIEB. SEAMS. See that Our Name Is on Every Pair. AKIN. SBLLIXB A CO. , Portland. OXaoa. 3 r W V 1 1, SAX FRAXCISCO s GALtEKT. liot ogr aphe: Corner First and Morrison Streets, PORTLAND OREGON. AN UNPARALLELED OFFER ! Ist-Oents' Oride Guard ; usual price, 17 50; price, s2 50. Cut represents section, size. - 2d Elegant brULant Scarf Pm ; regular price, s5;l 0. 3d (ients' Ring: fit card over finger for stee. yl; usual price, ?5. 4th Breasipln.agem, t 50; usnal price. 85. 5th A beautiful Bosom Stud, very brilliant, (1 50: usnal price, 5. 6th-Ladtes brilliant Ear Drops, 1 60. usual price. l& We will return money on any of these goods if they are not suprior to your anticipations, knowing that no suoh onVr has been made beiorv Send money or der if isible.and address TH K MORTON AGENCY, Portland, Oregon. P. O. box . -.- , OREGON BLOOD PURIFIER The ORIEUTAI. BAZAAR. No. IS Morrisoa Street, between Third and Fourthj Portland, Or. , Importers and TVaieis in China Ware, Jaraneo LaquerWare, Jew elry, Ti-as and SUSc Goods of all kinds. Manufacturers o Ladies' and Gents W tii;e Goods, La ees, Neckwear and fancy Goods. Agent wan Fran cl.xco Coot and hhoe Factory. Re tail at wholesale price. P.O.Boxf& Orders from (be country filled promptly. HTI8ELL 10 000 Pis InKtr Uiimi'a 'Mr. VrV'jt fdweu 1SOO. issa. J. A. STR0WBRIDGE, DIBECT IMPOUTKB AND DRAI.F.B IJT LEATHER & FINDINGS. xa iwrao.TTBEET, Portland. . . Orrgoa. "Sytes5 Snro Core for OatarTb" r TQCID OR 1'RT, MIIOK 10: "ATMOSFITEP.IO ? XJ InsnffliatoTS," prie sua- !ure aud Insufifa tors mutlel od receipt C I pru:, wii.n iuii cireciion toj street. Fo-tiaTd nse.etc eit.- for ibe N. Fa-lc USE ROSE PILLS. 3 urn iwtnuarM, I ' f ifflfill ( ; 3 lt 1?2L m 1 fill 1.00C Orgcns. Li hr Half. Buy 1 1 W i-u(ctnn'i If Fromt.Utatl.CiH)