Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1872-1883, August 05, 1881, Image 3

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    A MATCH.
( matched .)
If I were Anglo-Saxon/
Aud you were .Japapeae,
We’d study storks t»>ge her,
Pluck out the peacock’» feather,
And lean our languid backs on
The stiffest of settees;
If I were Anglo-Saxon
And you were Japanese.
If you were Delta-Cruaam
And I were A—Mooresaue,
We’d make our limbs look less in
Artistic folds aud dress in
What once were tunics Tuscan
In Dante’s days grotesque;
If you were Della-Cruscan,
And I were A.—Mooresque.
If I were mock Pompeiian
And you were Belgravian Greek,
We*d glide mid gaping Vandals
In sha|æless sheets and sandals,
Like shades in Tartarean
Dim ways remote and bleak;
If I were mock Pompeiian,
And you Belgravian Greek.
If you were Culture's scarecrow
And I the guy of Art,
I’d learn in latest ph*asos
Of either's quaintest crazes
To lisp, and let my hair grow,
While yours you’d ceaw to iiart;
If were Cultures’s scarecrow
Aud the guy of Art
If I’d a Bott
And you
We’d dote
Their ni
With lo
We’d
If 1*4*.
And you‘d
w Burne-Jones,
Jys and days on
and gazes on
looks that felly
n their tones;
Hi,
a new Burne-Jones
If you were skilled in crewels
And I a dab at Rhymes,
I’d write delicious “ballad's,”
While you your bilious salads
Were stitching upon two ells
Of coarsest crass, at times;
If you were skillet! in crewels
And I a dab at rhymes.
If I were what’s “consummate”
And you were quite “too too,”
'Twould be our El Dorado
To have a yellow dado.
Our happiness to hum at
A teapot tinted blue;
If I were what’s “consummate.”
And you were quite “too too.”
If you were what “intense” is
And were like “decay,”
We’d mutely muse and mutter
In terms distinctly utter,
And fin<lout wh>»t the sense is
Of the Esthetic lay;
If you were what “intense” is
And I were like “decay.”
If you was wan, my lady,
And I, your lover, wierd,
We’d sit and wink for hours
At languid fillv-flowers.
* Till fain of all things fady,
Wo faintly—disappeared 1
If \ ou were wan, my lady.
And I, your lover, wierd.
/*
GIRL’S HEROIC ACT.
BY CARL BRK’KETT.
r s'
A quiet country road, and a carriage
drawn by two spirited ponies, _ who
JNi tossed
____
their head* anil arched necks as if they
were enjoying to the utmost their own
rapid motion.
Such was the scene.
In the carriago were seated two young
ladies.
The elder of the two was guiding, with
a firm linnd, the restless ponies. She was
not a bmtutifpl girl, you would think at
first sigitt; but her refined face, With its
foreluaul, «jal Uio
proud p Kise of the small head s4t upon
an erec L finely moulded figure, made a
picture pery attractive to the eye.
Her « impanion was a perfect contrast,
"Lovt dy,” was the adjective which
would rise involuntarily to the lips ou
seeing her. Great silky masses of golden
hair swept back from a brow pure as
alabaster, while the dark, lustrous eyes
were in vivid contrast to the peachy fair­
ness of her complexion; her mouth was
•nlincarnation of sweetness with its deli­
cious rose red curves; while beneath, the
¿ounded-chin was cleft with a roguish
dimple.
“Nip and Tuck seem in good spirits
this morning, Annis,” said May, as they
flew away.
“Have you thought that if I return
home when papa wants me to, that this
will be our last drive?”
Annis gathered the reins in one band,
and quickly passed tho other around her
friend's slight waist, as she said:
“I do hate to think of your going, my
darling! I have enjoyed these few weeks
to the utmost. But I know your father
needs you, and I must not be selfish.”
jAs she spoke thus lovingly a sudden
resolve oatne into May’s face. She hesi
luted a moment, then drawing off her
J [love she held her small lefthand up bo-
ore Annis's eyes.
On the third finger, in its enamel let­
ting, gleamed a large solitaire pearl.
After the surprised look, Annis ex-
cldutued, reproachfully:
■ “Why, May, can it be that you are en-
gtaed, smd have never told me of it?”
bright flush suffused May’s expres-
> as b I ic replied:
Aj*na,vou have guessed rightly,
to tell yon long ago, tint some-
j hard for me to speak freely of
feelings, and it is all so recent 1
an bOtare it myself yet. But 1
B ou^Bing—that the one who
his upon my finger is the noblest
: of men, and yon will agree with
k I tell you who he is—for you
ja <Annis? One day, soon after
uenient. I was speaking to Mr.
[• of the visit which I was to
---- at
* •if
Ite you
*0 “"' ‘ urst,’ this fall, and,
onr name he said at
Ml I mention
that be kne you well—bad met
* your uncle’s.’’
voice spoke these
or overspread her
But not noticing,
y.n won.ler how I liecame
MHBtltd with him. Well, it happened
way: Our minister was called away
M mother’s illness, and Mr. Coler-
) to take his plaee, and papa in­
to make hie home with us dur-
ay.”
lri.nd spoke Annis's thoughts
I back to the .past year. She
■td- how her Jnterest had been
. first -time she bad awn the
m whom her ancle liad
with him aye evening,
ftener s|p*taut him the
rest grew.untiLanddenly
ire tbaU'ell .«nconeon-
I given aM(y, Unsought,
^Coleridge had
in a lover-like
could not help the love
rongly entwined itself in
_ the announcement of
■i her father ! only brother,
left her his sole heireaa.
,“¿.1 b«en oblige.! to lease the
quiet house in which she had l>een so
8*ppy, toenter upon her dntm m mu-
tHMuf atatelv “Oreyhnrat.
Sb. had
auiton aince; but het heart
>ed tru.to ito first impreaai.1T
A«t the future to VMrh
ukriwith the impefuta»» of
I
SEYMOUR, SABIN <£ C(
youth held no bright poasibilities for her
Hew Mirket Theater.
Baro. Mothe., Miser.
now.
As her friend paused, with a strong
The Lester Opem Company is at present
It would be hard to aay what abnormal
effort Annis regained her self-control ihapes human nature might not take meeting with splendid encouragement at
43 Front «L« Pot Gand.
and said, calmly, as she kissed the little upon itself if ouly cultivated with suf­ Mew Market Thflbter in Portiadd. The
company
ia
a
strong
one
and
deserve
the
ungloved hand which had nestled itself ficient industry aud intelligence; for it
We have com« lo the PACIFIC COAST to stay, with our
in her own:
is no doubt as far possible to alter it and sLCcebb they meetwith. Manager Stechen
‘‘Thoii Snlph Coleridge is the happy create altogether jMasJypes of mind aud informs uh that he has secure«I Sheridan,
f.fM 11
Keep a rompici« Slock of
wan? Indeed J do congratulate you heart as it is to Aar the physical out- the great ShakHjeariau actor, who will
for Portland tn August 9th to play a
May, for he is,
---- say, good • ami ’ lines of the hq
you
u form aud give us the care
*
M
u < m ! WoraiHK Sl-cbluerj
fill! round oi chanciers opening in Louis
“-WBw1
Maw Milla and lawa
noble. As bis wi
cannot help but short and
y headed Bushman of the XL This will be one of the best rn-
MaelilnUla- Tnola,
be happy.”
South Airi
d the colossal and woll- gageiuents ever piiyed in Oregon and our
CHIEF IS
Steam Kn<ln«a nud Uullere.
When the girls had drive
‘ategouiau giant. It is no readers should list miss it,—Telegram,
Steal,,, Hand and Power Filini*«,
------ TO BE-------
Steam Kn*lne Cavi ñora,
“Grevhiirst” the sun was shinin^Tr___
or special wonder, that in barbar­ July 3()lh.
____
Lubricali ng Oll«.
ly; but, though they had not noticed it, ! ous times, what we call the Christian
Iiiowe und Kalmus« Fana,
When you go to Portland be certain and
tn the distance thaw, I.»4 ,Berni a littta i virtues should cease altogether to govern
Emery Wkvel.and Maohlnery,
laity«
Grain Cleaning,
cloud “like a man’s hand, ,” 1 and
nil I Uie acts of meu; but we Lave a right in visit Isaac Barman, The Clothier, as it is the
, Valves. Springs, Etc.
only
store
in
which
y»u
can
so
easily
contract
for
at once they became cone -ton« of thn I nurown day, and in one of the oldest of
ntry
filled with prom pines
The Greatest Grain Saving,
an
outfit
and
be
sure
>£
receiving
satisfaction.
Or
storm gathering about hem. WHS a civilized countries, to look with mute as- send your order; stae your size and quality of
The Fastest Seed Threshing?
BAKERY,
frightened face Annis «xclaimta
—•» ta
----- «ta
1 tonishment
I
and
goods desired, aud i! you do not receive them
I i Of fiendish and
turned toward home:
as ordered don’t accept them. Address
------ AND THE-------
shington
st.,
Portland,
Or.
“We must hasten. May, for the ponies I prospered these ma
, corner Fir»«
are afraid of lightning.”
but has now, happil
SS & FUHR.
Rapidly onward came the tlireatning manner, gone out of it fd
Id Men.I.
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MANUFACTURERS OF
clouds, while now and then the thunder
Baron Von Sothen was an old man
Abell’s handsome gold medal,
rolled its sonorous peals.
who lived on a handsome estate a few
Our
ELWARD
EQUALIZING
POWER is the Simplest
PILOT
BRKAD,
CKACKEilN,
jplnnis was a good horsewoman, and miles from Vienna. His fortune was so the state fair for superior phot
aud Strongest Power made.
Cakes, Fat-try. Soda. Picnic, Butter. Boston
now with a steady hand she held the large that, even among millionaires, he work was worthily bestowed llis parlors, Bread.
Sugar and Shoo Fly Crackers, Jenny Lind
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-i -reins, while she urged Nip and Tuck to was entitled to distinction. He began to 107 and 169 First street, Portland, are
Cakes, Ginger Snaps.
OUR MACHINE’S FOR THIS TRADE ARK BUILT ESPECIALLY FOR THE COAST. WE ARK HOLE
constantly crowded with people from all
P their fullest speed.
make it in the noble occupation of trad­ over the state, that are judges of good
AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED
».Orders irom the trade solicited aud promptly
Suddenly, as they were upon the brow ing in lottery tickets with the poor, aud work.
_________________
attended to.
of a long steep hill, at the foot of which even after he retired from the lottery
PLOWS,
MOK I« ISON
I3I<O.’?-i
In Turkey the length of the military __________ JHIIP BREAD A SPECIALTY._________
the road turned abruptly to the right, a business a rich man, his habits of grind­
vivid flash of lightning shone before their ing the helpless wretches had so deeply service is 20 years in the various grades.
------ AND THS-------
eyes.
set themselves into his heart that he still In case of war Turkey ian raise au army
SURMAN,
WHITEWATER
WAGONS.
With one terrified bound the ponies found a pleasure in oppressing and of 450,000 infantry, 70,000 cavalry and
-------- o——
Eclectic Physician
w’ere off at a mad pace. Nothing could scolding every poor creature whose 600 cannons.
4^- For Birther information and desciiptive catalogues address
stop them. Of no avail were the girlish kreutzers could add anything to his own
113 AIurrlNon Ht., opposite Custom
TheVLadies’ Emporium md La: • House,” J.
Ho um *, Portland.
figures which endeavored to check tlioir wealth.
His Baroness, exemplary as B Garrison A Co., 167Th;nl street near Yam­
SEYMOUR, SABIN & CO.,
wild career.
she may have beei. in her youth, got hill, Portland, Or. The
assortment of real
R. BURMAN TREAT'S DISEASE AT HI8 IN-
Office and sakBrooms. Madison street, between Front and F rat, Portland.
stitute, 11» Morrison street, by the latest system
Standing erect, AUnis retained her finally to be for him a quite worthy aud cheap laces anti embroideries in Oregon.
of Medical Hygiene, as practiced at the most cele­
Never did servants get
grasp upon tho reins; but her eyes dila­ companion.
brated Hydropathic and Hygienic Insiitutes In Eu­
where he studied this system, which includes
ted with an agonized expression as she from her or from her lord more than the
Pfnniler’s S. S. 8. lever and Ague mix­ rope,
tiie use of Electric Baths, Galvanization, Vapor and
Medicated Batiis, etc., etc. Both acute and chronl«
saw tbe almost certain destruction which law set apart for them. Did an apple ture. A sure shot.
diseases are cured by this system with astonishing
lav before them. At the foot of the hill fall in the orchard when tho wind was
success, often without the necessity of medicines,
You will always feel gxnl au<l never have a sour
which are only given In cases where specially indi­
which they were swiftly descending was blowing, und did a servant take it for stomach if you driuk Damians Bitters.
No. 11 Keaiiiy street, 8. F.,
cated.
a high stone wall.
Has a few apartments furnished for the convenience
his own, the punishment iuflicted was
Treat« all (Jiirouie mid Special I>l«ea«o*
The old made young and the weak strong by drink-
of patients from a distance.
“Annis,” said May, “can you stop the loss of a week’s wages. Over barns, ng Damiana Bitters, the great touic.
Terms for daily treatment or for a course can be
(CINCHONA RUBRA.)
learned on application at 113 Morrison street.
them before they get to tho foot of the stables, and peus they kept personal
< 4>nBultutious tree.
g . N P 0«> (New Seriesi, N<^25
hill?”
watch, aud no pig or horse ever got
“No,May, I can do nothing with them. more corn or oats than the prescribed
fjAHK COUNT (INCHON WAS TH8 SPANISH
We are doomed.”
aud mean allowance—which was not al­
"Obta. the ereateat buor.
It. vv Ly»1111’ “
c* ""ff'WlH« humanity. 1>K
165 aud 167 Necoad Nt., Portland.
Viceroy In Peru, iu 1630. The Couutera, his wife,
With a sobbing cry, May bowed her ways so good as corn. Iu all these
II INNb.1 -M I ei,manic,’ t„ b.if l,
,„r ,.v,.r,
ImjMjrters of and dealers in
ra,« of .Seminal Weab neaa or |,rival.■ <llaeu.seB of am
face upon her hands.
matters there was thrift, and both Baron
was prostrated by au intermittent fever, from
klml nr character which lie undertake, and fall»
Sharp
’
s,
Remington
’
s,
Ballard
’
s,
Burgess
’
SKA
I.
KXIIRAVI'K.
ci i re.
“Ralph! Ralph! Can it be that I shall and Baroness found in them one of their
Kennedy and Winchester Kepeatiu« ltlfk»,
MIDDLE-AGED
.MEN.
which
she was freed by the use of the native rem­
never see you again? Oh! it is hard to chief delights. Meanwhile, they lived <-. B. FETY-. Oak street, Seal Engraver, maiiu- Colt's, Remington's, Parker’s, Scott & Son’s, Moore’s
There are many at the age of thirty t « sixty who
facturer <>f St...
..... Brass
...ww Stumps.
maiiiim. Dies,
mies, daters,
<1.1
•el and
... I., i onl.m
Is,«,... it HI1...1
I, 1 ...............
die so young and so happy.”
in an imposing castle surrounded by a
and Clabrongb’s
edy. the PERUVIAN BARK. or. as it was called in
are troubled with too frequent evacuations of the
iioturv and Iodio- . U-.
s.-nls
promptly.
Ola-I ler, otten accompanied by a Alght smarting or
As Annis heard the piteous words a spacious park, and no decent man or
BKEECH-LOADLNG SHOT-GUNS, ou ruing sensation and a weakening of the system in the language of the country, “Quinquina.’’ Grate
III I \ V 1 I ST A POTTERY.
a numner the patient cannot ucconnt for. On exam
sudden determination flashed into her woman was ever seen withill their gates.
lnhig the urinary deposits a ropy sediment will often
1.EOII.r. DEp<rt,~ a
a,,*, M, Ir3ul-
fill for her recovery, on her return to Europe in
mind. She had once read of a bravo deed There aro, after all, degrees of baseness WHO
be found, and sometimes small particles of albumen
A. M. Smith Prop., manufactures drain tile, stone
will appear, or the color will be of u thin milkish hue.
which at the time had filled her with which no worldly success can shut out
ware, Hower pots, vases, fire brick, etc. Country
aguln changing to a dark and torp'd uppearance.
1632, she introduced the remedy in Spain, where it
orders filled promptly.
I here are many men who die of this difficulty. Igno­
marvei. Could she not do tho same from general condemnation.
—
---- ----------------- ------
—
rant of the cause, which is th«> second stage of Semi­
was known under various names, until Linnaeus
Both the old miser and his wife were _________ COM M18810Y M ERCHANT.
thing herself and save her friend’s life?
nal Weakness. Dr. S. will guarantee a perfect cure h
all such cases, and a healthy restoration of the gvniio
lì* II* PPr’ì^—No. 70 Front Street. Whoiesule
For herself it did not matter; she was devoted to the Church of ltouic. Near
called
it CINCHONA, in he nor of the lady who
urinary organs.
dealer in California and Mexican fruit and produce.
Offl«!<* Hours -10 to 4 and 6 to 8. Bundays from 10 to
alone in the world; but for May—should their highland castle, at a place known
China Rice alni Nut Oil at lowr»t«‘s.
II A. M. ('onsultatkni free. Thorough examination
had brought them that which was more precious
her life be spared—a future of happiness as “Der Himmel,” they put up a hand­
and advice. 85.
A K I GOODS,
Call or address
DR. NPINNRY Ar .i'O.,
with him she loved so dearly stretched some chapel, aud for this a Papal decree
than the gold of the Incas. To this day, after a
No. 11 Kearny street, Han Francisco. Cal.
S l‘AI.A< K <»F AKT™fl». leading
I out before her. Stooping, she said, raised them to the rank. Freely, at all MIIHM
house for picture frames mid mouldings, wholesale
lapse of two hundred and fifty years, science has
and retail. Fancy goods and artists’ materials» spec­
j quietly:
times and when not grinding tiie poor,
HAZARD’OPOKTINO GUNPOWDER.
ialty. 163 First street Portland, c. C. Morse A Co.
"*" FIMils irreat Ntrenffth-
Best in the world, put up In
5 <?*»»»•
given us nothing to take its place. It effectually
“May, listen; do not give way. I think abusing servants, or watching the food
i
**nlna Keinedy and
Flahi a* Turkle of Every Deacrtptlon,
Nerve 'Fl>NI<’ is llu- le­
that before long I can check this terrible that horses, cows and pigs consumed,
cures a morbid appetite for stimulants by restor­
gitimate result of over 20
OPERA, MARINE AND FIELD CLASSES,
epeed. and in that instant do you jump they both prayed with a devofton which,
years of pnu-tical exp«*rl-
«• ii «-«>. mid ( I RES WITH
Blita
Heada,
Basket«
»nd
Notions,
ing the natural tone of the stomach. It attacks
from the carriage.”
to straugers, might have seemed very
I NI AILING CERTAIN­
Hamwv'vks, Velocipedes, Croquet Uamra, Base Balls
TY Nervous or Physical
May looked wonderingly into Annis’ beautiful in its earnestness. To relig­
excessive
love of liquor as it does a fever, and de­
DEALERS IN
Debility, Heminal Weak­
face, scarce comprehending her words. ious corporations and to charity institu­
ness, Spi-rimitoiT’hoeii,
J.
B.
KNAPP
&
CO.,
stroys
both
alike. The powerful tonic virtue of
Emissions,
Im
potency,
ex
­
“Check that terrible speed?” It seemed tions they gave of their substance large­
G-ZR'.A.IZN’ SA.OICS,
hausted Vitality, I’rema-
tlir«* i'eeline and I.OMN
certainly more than human power could ly, and thus, from persons in high places
the Cinchona is preserved In the
OF MANHOOD, from
do.
and far away from the complaints’of tho PROVISIONS AND FEED OF ALL KINOS,
whatevtir chum «» produced.
and^purifies
——————— It
- - eiirieheiis
..................... ........
p<ia*>«c-O
Alder and Frm.t streets Portland.________
“Now, Mav!” cried Annis. With the poor aud the sufferings of dumb animals,
AND PURCHASING AGENTS.
111«- Blood, 8tr«»nKtl>«*ns the N«*rv«*R, Brain, MuMolen,
words she had made a desperate spring, they secured rich favor and full faitn in
Digestion, Reproductive OrgHf ms, ami Physical and
ci A l it it i 1» o rs ’ h
A.U Good« on CommlHHion.
Mental Fjiciilth-H. It stops hiiv v unmitural debilitating
and the next moment she had landed their nobility of aim’and life. Among SEWING MACHINE STORE
WOOL, GRAIN, DAIRY PRODUCTS AN! drain upon the system, prew m ill..g In voluntary losses
debl 111 at 11 ig dreams, seminal ........
losses with til«’ urine,
squarely upon the back of ono of the the Baron’s servants was a game-keeper,
which are aactrecllro egainal malarial fever to day
FRUITS A SPECIALTY.
1&7 Third Ntreef, Hu* (land, < regon.
etc., qo deHtructlv«* t«» mind and ‘ h
* «»d.v. It is a sure
ponies, and had grasped the check-rein who hail lived teu years with a womau
eliminator
«»fall KIDNEY AND BLADDER COM-
. ...........
Agent
lor
Parrott
’
s
Patent
Doubletree.
aa they were In the days of the old Spanls
EALER IN ALL KINDS OF SEWING MA-
PLAINTS. To ili«»M* sutt't-i-iiiK from the effects
who was not bis wife. He desired to
with all her force.
chines, Needh-s, Oils and Attacdiments. Agents
of youthful liuliscret lorn* «»r vxc «* mm * m , u »needy,
Viceroys.
*
for Davis, How«-, Wilson, shiger. and St. John Sew­ 267 First street, Portland, Oregon
thorouah nn«l p«-i ■iniio-nt < I ICE IS <. I A »<-
With a startled plunge the ponies stop­ many her, but could not get the money ing Muc-hines.
Agent for the D. How»- Manufacturing
ANTPF.II. Price. Hili .»<> per bottle, or five bottles In
66* Wo have the best facilities In Oregon for storing
ped - then reared wildly und stood paw­ to pay the cost of a ceremony Machine. Sewing Machines repaired and warranted
case with full directions aud advice, *1O. Sent se­
butter
so
as
to
keep
it
sweet
and
in
a
marketable
con
­
one year A reduction of 20 per cent, in Sewing
cure from observation to any addr«*sa upon receipt of
performed in accordance with the for
ing the air with their hoofs.
dition. No charge for storage of butter consigned to
Machine
correspondence sol
price, or
O. D. To be had only of
For Sale by all Druggists and Wine
UH.
__ When
_____
“Jump, May! .Tump for your life!” law of the laud he lived in.
Dr. Mi«|fi«>|<|, 81 <1 Kearny street«
Han Francisco, ('al. < 'onsultationsstrictly confidential,
the Baron, after ten years of silence, re­
cried Annis; and May obeyed.
vTOZHZHST
CHIILID.
by letter or at office, FREE. For the convenience of
Merchants,
A. few wiLl pl mi pi u a, ftiul then with a monstrated with hja game-keeper for hi. Chnrmai iU,
patients, und iu order to secure «H*rf«s-t secvecy, I hsvt-
< h*;mlcu,g ,u><1
n<l<>pte«l M f»rlvHt«-ndrirt-MM. tinrit-r w hich all ptu'lltu{vn
snort and a scream the two ponies dashed immoral life, the game-keeper promised
nr>‘ forwRrdod.
Cor. Morrison and Second Streets, Portlan Or
D.
MALARKET
on, shaking fr»m her insecure seat the to marry the woman if the Baron
Wholesale and Retail
WU.Mf.KDING & co,, A RT ik tu Mau Fran-
would pay the cost of tho ceremony.
Agent for
brave girl.
Commission
Merchants,
claco.
The storm was over. The clouds had This the man of prayers aud the builder
Forest
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
dispersed, and once more the sun came of a chapel refused scorufully to do,
W. J. VAN SCIIIJYVKIC A CO.,
Flower
i forth in royal splendor. His rays fell aud forthwith dismissed the man from
____________________________ Agenta, Portland, Oregon
Cologne
upon a pitiful scene. Upon two girlish his service. Within a few hours the
W-MAGHEt\Ç
A Akin of n<Minty la u Joy Forever.
forms—one, yet living, but unconscious game keeper returned and urged his
DK. T. FELIX OOUBAUM
Foreign and Domestic Produce.
Mme. Rachel’s
where she had fallen—the other, still and point once more, but received ouly de­
Oriental Cream, or Magical Beautifler
ENAMEL
BLOOM
We make the «ale of Dairy Prod wee a BpefiSalty
quiet, with the solemn seal of death set rision and loud denunciations for his
Patent, Nov. 11,1870,
for the
Removes Tan,
pains. He then shot the old miser dead
upon tho white, bruised face.
Complexion.
Patent, Nov. 9, 1880.
Consignments and orders solicited. Letters of In-
Pknph-R, Frvck-
qulry
promptly
answered.
Weekly
Prices
Current
lPHMoth Putcln-s
Annis had saved her friend’s (and her upon tiie spot and delivered himself up
Medical
Electricity.
mailed free on application.
«ml every blein-
SHAW’S
to
the
police
officers.
unconscious rival’s) life at the expense of
I n D on beauty. It
HORNE’H ELECTRO-MAGNETIC BELT.
Pectorial Syrup LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES MADE OS
hftfl stood the
(The Only Genuine.! Received let Premium State Fair.
Vienna for u week was in great excite­
her own.
CONSIutafENTS.
test of thirty
I Inrtro-Magnetic Ih-Ha, New Style, f l.h Elarlro-Miigiirtle llrl»-,
**«*■*«*
ment over this tragedy, and violence
yeurM, and Ls so
I.lira Appliance, gl5; Elect ro-liagn. Bclt-,1) iniprovemcnti., $_•<>
SHAW’S
i. m . 1. rxorr «T kkkt , fobtlax .
GUARANTEED ONE YEAR.
BEM IN Hili WORLD.
harm loss we
came
near
resulting
from
it
when
the
Another summer had come and gone
Will positively cure without medicine—Rheumatism, Faralyiis,
Uinte it to be
Glycerine Lotion
Neuralgia, Kidney Disease, Impotcncy, Rupture, I.iver Disease
swro the prepar­
and it was fall again. In one of Nature’s Baron’s remains were taken to the grave.
for the Face.
Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Spinal Disease, Ague, Piles and other
ation I k properly
diseases..
Send
for
illustrated
catalogue,
free
Also,
Crowd
after
crowd
wended
its
way
up
made.
Accept
loveliest spots, shadowed by a drooping
n8IRTI lift r guaranti ed relieved .
no counterfeit of
These preparations ar<* equal to anything of the
W h U#* I E b KIF or Cured. H«n<! for I l)ustrat«<i
elm, near which a limpid streamlet the height that leads to the castle until Kind
similar
ni<me.
ever offered in this market, and all are invited to
I qv I D WfiRRn Catalogue. Hundreds of cures.
The «Ihthigutah-
glided with a happy murmur on its way it was estimated that 10,000 or 12,000 call and see for tliems«-lves. Ordersby mail promptly
e«l Dr. L. A.
W. J. HORNE, Prop, and Manufr.
attended to.
JOHN A. <'HILD, Druggist,
to the sea, a marble shaft reared it« persons had got. there. Policemen had feb
Havre Haiti to a
7O*J Murkct Mt.« Sun 1 runcisco, Cal.
‘25
Cor. Morrison and
ond sts.. Portland.Or
lady of the hunt
been ordered out in goodly numbers,
snowy head.
ton (a patient):
-"As you ladies
The sunshine glancing through the and, but for them, it is feared that the
will
urp
them,
I
recommend
Gouraud
’
s cream’ an the
Thoroutrhbred
leaves, dropped a gentle kiss upon the mob would have seized the coffin, rushed
)«*ast harmful of all the Skin preparations.’* Also Pou-
«Ire Hubtlle removes superfluous hair without injury to
grave beneath, and fell upon the bowed with it down the hillside, and made a
Portland, Oregon.
ch«* skin.
heads of two mourners. It was Ralph horrible spectacle of tho remains. As
M mo. M. B. T. GOURAUD, Sole Prop., 48 Bond st.,
HOGS
;
nd
CATTLE.
N. Y.
RÍXTAL1AXT THE BINTIN THK CITY
and his newly-made wife, and in softly it was, about one-half tho’ mob, in
Dtal. faced Berkshlrex and Magic
For sale by all druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers
EXPORTERS
OF
WHEAT
AND
FLOUR.
All
Modern
Improvements.
Open
all
day.
Poland. China 1‘lgs; also Jersey Cat­
throughout the United Htates, Canadas and Europe.
whispered tones they talked together of wild disorder, followed the police in the
tle. Write, enclosing stamp, for cir­
Also found in N«*w Yoik City, at R. II. Macy A Co,
J. H. BBiaiMM, Pmyrfot—v
her who slept below, to whose heroic preoession und the remainder gathered
cular and price lial to WILLIAM
In the Market at all times for the above
Stern Bros.. Khrlch A Co., I. Bloom A Bro. and other
geloa. Cal.
mall)
Fancy Goods Dealers. 6<-Beware of base Imitations
deed both owed the happiness which life in among the trees of the wooded park Commodities.
which are abroad. We offer 11,000 Reward for the af
Adflrets uh for Information as to values,
had already given and still held for them and there uttered threatening and jeer­
rest and proof of any one selling the same.
or Terms of Consignment.
ing yells. In the cemetery in which the
in the years to come.
CALCI-IT A AND OAKLAND RAGS for
Baron wus laid at rest money was raised sale
0. B. BIBB, M. D.,
In lotw to suit.
for the game keeper’s woman and her
Stencil marks fhrnished free on applica-
The Little American lien.
je2S—
four children at an impromptu and satir­ *«•>■•
Physic!««, Obstetrician and fturaeon.
While there is very little respect paid ical fair, where old women sold “Sothen
First above Morrison—same block with Abell's
to the hen as a factor, there is a very lottery tickets” and bakers’ boys peddled
Photograph gallery—Portland, Oregon.
“
Sothen
pretzen.
”
Threats
were
made
(»file«« Hours : -8'u to 10, 2 to 4U and
to 8.
general respect paid eggs as a crop.
Residence. Hlxth above Yamhill.
Seldom at home
Eggs are not only the sure crop that in the woman's behalf to the Baron’s
between 10 A 1.
widow,
who
Anally
consented
that
the
Telephone
hi
residence.
a farmer can rely on, but is the only
■HEMATHEWSiti
MOHT’G ST *1 ||
Chemical, Microscopic and Post mortem Examina­
M.MEM.CV9
11
___ F « A N CI SCO.
product of the farm that has held its own woman should occupy the lodge unmo­
tions conducted with cure.
Th«* utmost care bestowed upon Obstetric practice.
lested,
and
in
addition
gave
20<)0
florins
amid all the fluctuations of trade. Bonds
D andelion
Few weeks notice required, to give time for the pre­
paratory treatment which has become so popular
may go down or up, gold may rise or for her support. Newspapers of a so­
RM. RTAIIKEV A PALKN'M NEW TREAT
V TOMIC
am<»ng
Hommopaths. Thb medicine, with written in­
ment by Inhalation for ('«»nxiiiniitIon, Asthma
fall on its standard, cotton may decline cialist kind started subscriptions in
FOR R0U9W2
llr«»nehlt I", t utai-rli. ll.v«t|M*|»«ia, lleadiich«*, II«*- structions, will o<* sent by mail for three dollars.
Familv cases of medicine prepared or refilled, and
bllitv, Neuralgia, Kheiimatism, and all t’lironlc
or corn go up, but eggs stick. Ten Vienna, which have already reached 10,-
books furnished, at San Francisco prices.
and Nervous Dlsordera. Packages mav beconve
Patients treated by mall, at office rat«’«.
years ago (in 186H) a dozen eggs would 000 florins and promise much to increase
nlently sent t»y express, ready for linmadlHt«- use at
Medicines always furnished without extra charge.
home' Bend for fre<* pamphlet. Aildrcss thepropri-
only buy a yard of calico—now it buys that sum. This story and those recent
«•tors,
DR«.
STARKEY
A
I
’
ALEN,
IK»!'
and
Illi
til
three. It would buy one pound of ba­ monster demonstrations of Itornau ma­
rard stre«*t. I’hllad.-lphla, Pa., or II. E M \TTIIEWM.
Montgomery street, Man Fmnrlsco, Cal,, from
con—now it buys three. It would buy sons throw strong light on the strength of
The Opinion of a Prominent Physician. whom can l»c obtained both Information and supplies.
two and one-half pounds of flour—now socialism in Europe, and forcibly indi­
1 will always give merit where merit belongs. Par­
it buys five, and so on through the chap­ cate the dangers that lie in it if states­
don me for relating a little personal experience. In
ter. While everything else has dropped, men are not always enough to check and
tho year 1880 I found myself losing both in strength
ami
health. I could assign no chiih " for tho decline,
eggs have stood to their high-water mark. controlsits awful power for wide-spread
but I continued until I was induced to attend the Htat«’
Fair at Sal fin. In t ho pavilion I saw several people
If gold gives out, a grateful nation may barm.—[N. Y. Times.
sampling something
My curt«»sitv was attracted
yet make eggs the standard of value.
tlH-r.
I foon.l It •« InMIll.lin TONI«. I
examined th«- formula on the liiu k of the bottle, and
FOl'RTH ANNUAL VICTORY
There is no more delightful or whole­
found the Ingredients Ws4*d were good. I tasted the
I>. M.Osborne Al t o. IIurtenlIna Machin­
some food on a farm than can be found For ery
Tonic, and found It very pleasant to tin* taste; and to
nt the Oregon Mate Fair for 1MH1.
Life Scholarships
•
•
*
$70
my wonder and surprise it seemr«l to help me. I pur­
in eggs. The secret of the enormous
S alem . On., July 11,1881.
chased a bottle, ami while I was stopping on the Fair
Paid in Installments
-
•
■
$75
grounds for several flays 1 felt a wonderful change, i
prosperity of the French people is that
This certifies that I). M. Osborne A Co. was awarded
noticed a lesM»-nlng of pain and 1 began to mend rapid­
•«-»END FOR < IBC'ULXRH.-M
they have a proper respect for the hen first premiums on tiielr Twine Binding Harvester. No.
ly. and which I most firmly believe was an inspiration
marflenw
m
caused me to send for more. I hereby freely recoin-
and for her subsequence—the egg. They Six Combined Reaper and Mower, No. Three Inde­
men
led
th«*
D
asiim
.
iux
T
omic
to
any
one
afflicted
pendent Reaper, No. Two Front Cut Mower, and No.
J
J
with
dyspepsia
and
IndBestlon.
“(I
live on these small things, and they
Five Rear Cut Mower, at the Fair of 1881.
.J. II. IIOI.RKOOK, M. II.
grow rich by selling their crop. And
E. M. WAITE, Mec’y.
Hodge, II mt I« Ar < o., Mole ogent««, Portlon<l. Or.
now for some general figures on eggs, to
The above speaks for itself.
The competition was
show what America is doing.
between the “Osborne’’ and “Wood«” Twine Binders.
EX SHIP '•EMETEE”
The traffic in eggs in this conntry is T ie McCormack and Marsh-Deering acknowledged
WM. PFUND1R, SOLÌ PROPRIKTOR.
eetimate.1 by competent authorities, to defeat, and did not enter for premiums; but found
Direct from lew York,
equal 3130,<W<0,000 per annum.
New time to exhibit on the Fair Grounds, but attracted no Oregoa Famed * perl fir for Hit* Climate
attention whatever. The Osborne was put to a very
The following line of
York receives, in a single year, 530,000 severe test, elevating and binding green wheat, suc-
Beware of Fever and Ague.
The
barrels of eggs, valued at ¿9,000,<X)0. In cesafully repeating the operation until the committee TWKRF.8T KNOWN KfotaF.ltYTO MAN
Is a never-falling Cure for
Nervous Debility,Exhaust
1877 there were exported from this conn- expressed perfect satisfaction. The defeat of the
♦*d Vitality Jtemiual Weak-
try 5,202,505 dozen eggs, valued at ¿068,. W’oods binder was rough and hard to bear, but the fol­ HUDSON’S
GUN
STORE,
n«*HM,Sprrniatorrh(**t. I^»st
tV--
Light Furniture No. I. Dark Furniture No. 1, Light
M iso I mmh I.
Imp<n -ncy
751. It is claimed that Philadelphia lowing fiom Mr. II. A. Davis, of Harrisburg, Linn
86 First etrret, Portluml, Oregon.
(‘«»a/ h No. I, Ex. Il’-avy Copal No. I. Genuin«* Alcohol
Paral vsta, and all theterri
consufnes daily 80,000 dozen eggs. The county, Oregon, is a much grander victory for th«*
AMMVMITIO5
Shellac. Extra Spirits Khellar. Ex. Heavy White
ble effects <»f Helf-Abtwe
••Ostwnie:’’
Youthful Follies, ami ex-
I»aniar,
Bla<
k
Asphaltum,
Brown
Japan.
approximate receipts of eggs in Boston
H arrisrcrg , O r ., July 16, 1881.
rciwN Ui inaturer years
All the above line of VARNIMHEM we are prepare«!
such as Ixiss <»f Memory,
lor the year 1878 have l»een as follows:
Messrs. 1». M. Osborne A Co.. Portland, Or.—<len-
to furnish in barrel or ran lots. They are from the
1 AKaitiide,Nocturnal Fmls
well known manufactory of William Tilden and
107,657 cases, containing 49 dozen each; tlemen: After two days' hard labor and extreme
1
slons. Aversion to Society
Stoke*, IlhviiiK pur- I ih * m -»I t In- at»o\ • befote th< r,
vexation
with
a
“
W
’
oods
Twin«-
Binder"
having
the
Dimness <»f Vision. Noises
43,000 boxes, containing 100dozen each;
c«-nt a«ivanre, we ar»* «-iiabl»-‘l to make fri tter prices
| in th«* Head; th«- vital iluid
than ever before offered In this market.
and 17,703 barrels, containing 70 dozen assistance of an expert«. I have failed to make it go
| (nu<Nliig unobserved in the
To-day I conclud»*d to try an Osborne, and am happy
aaes that lead to insanity
urine, ami many oil •r
ea>-h. These figures give as a result 168,* to say that from Its entrance Into the grain up to this
F. E. BEACH A CO.,
and death.
___
DM. MINTIK
x:“T:r will aeree lo forfeit Fl» e HMndrH
41'i packages, containing 6,515,652 dozen writing it has n«»t failed for one moment to do perfect
of pita kind the -------------------------
VITALBE-
Dollnra for a ci---- ------------------------------
103 Front St , Portland
eggs, or 78,1«7,886 single eggs.
work, rutting, binding and elevating. And before tiita
I NTOBAT1VK un«h*r hta speciRl a«lv1«*e and treat-
»pure or injtiri-
nu-ntiwlll not cure; or for anything hn|
In Atlanta alone 150,000 dozen of eggs reaches you my order will be tiled with one of your
its all private
«»iMfound iu It
IBM. MINTIE treat
are nse.1 annually, and probably this machines, as I ronshler th«*m the best and only ma­
diM-iuws ■mccew'fully without merrury fonwiltatl«»«
frt-r. Thorough examination and advice, including
chine on which we farmers can fully depend. My
many more are sold from this point.
analysts of urine, *500. Price of Vltnl Reaforntlve
FTafctn« Taekle nf Every Deaeri Ml«*.
men will all cheerfully sign with me as true friend* to
lb
|3 «8 a b«»tt!e, or four times the quantity, |10 «10; sent to
Bnt look at this. The total cotton crop he Osborne.
a . DAVIR.
any address npon receipt «-f price, or C. O. D., aerur
It
fq
made
from
a
Simple
Tropwal
I.«
hi
ot
K*«
is, say 4.000,000 bales. At ¿100 per liale
from observation ; ami in private imiue, If desire-i, by
1». M. trilMillf A’ < O., Port lead. Or.
l)r. H. M. RUSH, Dentist.
Vain«*, and m a POLITI V K Bt-oM-dy for all the «Us
▲ . K. MIM1E, M. Ik.
this would be ¿400,000,OQj for the whole
paMPa that < a«f«e pains In the lower part f»f the body—
11 Kearny atrvet, *»•" Francia«», CuL
For the Interest of the public. I have rreolve«! to do
for Tori’**! ¡Jvrr H« a»lar h. s Jaundice - IM»lnesa
American cotton crop, or just about what
Dicken*: I beliqvo that virtne ohowii first-claaa
DM. MINTIF.TB Kin^FY B EM F.Z> T, N te-
work at the* pri«*e:
Gravel, Malaria, and all the difficulties of theKIdneys
the egg crop is. Ah, gentlemen, lift your <iuit»* a* well in mg* and-patcheH a* *he •te-t »»f Teeth <»• Rubber 616 .»• anta upwnrd
Liver and I rtfiarv Organa For Female IHwaw«
niRITRl d, «urea all kln«ln <»f Kidney and
rMK FAI.
16 «• »mA »»n mrW
Monthly Menstruations, and during pregnancy. It ha
Rlaflder Complaints, Gonorrhtra. Gleet, I^ucorrlxn*
hat- while the little American hen passes. doo* in ¡mrple and fine linen. I believe ar« Zf iw«b «*• < elinl-H
no equal. It r»wtor*-t the organs that makf . the blood
For sale by afi flruggists. «I a hottie, tax in»tilea h»r •»
and hence »« th«- best
Psrirtrr. It 1»« the <sdj
—[Atlanta Constitution.
that she, and every beautiful object in *11.er MaBene Fltll*«
« <*» »mA »»w ..rd
known remedy that cores Bright’s IMaeasp. For Dia
f>M. MIYTirr* niNHELION I*1LL> MW
mt Teeth, with U m
*| oo
external nature, claims some sympathy Ratmetl«M»
heirs, U m -
«raer’« taafr l>ti»br$ra < nrr.
th»* brst and< hea|M*st IH'kPFPMI A and HI LIO1I
Oflke: Cor. Fir* and tklrr Opp Town Clock.
For Mair by l>rt»ggi«ts and all Dval«-r-«ut *1 9.1 | m > i
cure tn th«- market. For sale by all druggists.
The most manifest sign of wi-wlom is in the bre’iAt of the poorest man wbo
■r B. M. BL66. DentlM.
bottle. Ia$rg»*at ijvttlr In the market. Try It.
IIG1MJK, DAVIH A CO.. Portland. Or . Whjlreni
continued cheerfulness.
breaks hit scanty loaf of daily bread.
HH. H<KtkH*AU., U«k..l<>, a. *
Agrnu»
PORTLAND BRANOH HOVSÈ.
H.P.GBEGORY&C0
Minnesota Chief Threshers and Engines.
Least Expensive Thresher in the Market.
DR.
& Surgeon
D
DR. SPINNEY,
YOUNG MEN
WILLIAM BECK I SON,
I
I
Everding & Farrell,
Commission Merchants
PERUVIAN BITTERS
D
i
J.
& CO.,
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS,
SIBSON, CHURCH & CO.,
POULTRY
DR.HENIEY’S
O’^AR!<,Ei.5PAL^S
HOMOEOPATHIC
I.
STENCILS
SEALS
n
3
Varnishes :
Great^ngllsli Remedy.