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.MAY 10, 1872.
BY JUAHGABKT E. SASGSTEK.
A fuse mar be woeful while to cover a heart
And a fee may be lull of light over a lienrt
The leitr liring slow relief whleli only wet the
If ml mar be hardens borne, though friends
wouWl fhlii unbind them;
Harder are the eroseh worn where none Mtve
Christ can find tliem.
For the toyed wlioleare our side our toute aroltill.tho.skiu emca ; of the consistency of
Hut ah! for the graves we hide have pity, ten
twr ueaven :
Soil be the words and sweet that 1
Why He Looked Ugly.
"What is the matter with him?"
asked; "is ho immoral?"
iot tnat 1 know or," was the re-.
joinder; "but to tell the truth, Dolly,
lie's insufferably ugly his face all
scarred and cicatrized. 1 should think by
firejyand you know it Inlwaya .makes
me nervous to look at anything of the
"Poor man! perhaps he trot burned in
rescuing some child or feeble woniaa
from thefiames ?" X jalil. ,
"Jiotrt know; never liearti; never
made inmiiriet: vou know tlicv oniv
came to live in our neighborhood last
summer, anti l novor Hare asK ner wnat
ilisligurol him, but I wish you would
O. I should like to know!"
"I am considerably acquainted with
Mrs. "Winslow," 1 replied; "I thought
of. callintr upon her this uiornin
porhIps sho'ivfll tell me witliout
"Do! that's a dear, good Dolly."
And I did.
There was a rustle and a flutter of
muslin, the sound of a light, s.prinjry
step, the glimpse of a fairy form, and
Mrs. "Winslaw stood bofore me. Siie
was not very beautiful, but sparkling
aim vivacious, wnn a glow oi ncaitii on
Her cheek, and a Iisiit m her eye.
Tcfin'tMell wlint we miked about.
Xo; it wasn't of balls, nor operas, nor
frights. 2so; not a neighbor's character
was (UtfeoclexJ. xne mummies oi tin
clergyman were not shown up. Xo; not
a morsel of private scandal was cut or
carved. But the time flew swiftly and
pleasantly after dinner, and when the
great round sun was sinking behind
trees thnt burned and glowed in the rich,
warm light, she came to where I was
sitting, and Jaid a portrait in my lap,
without saying a word.
It was that of a noble-looking man,
with most expressive and faultless
"Is it your husband?" I asked.
"My husband as he was," she an
swered, with a sigh. "You have never
I replied in the negative.
"It is almost time for him to be here,"
she continued. "You will stay with us
I replied that I should bo happy to
form his acquaintance, and once more
looked at his portrait.
"Ho doesn't look like that now," she
answered. wining away a tear. "Yet he
savs."'niul a blush overspread her fea
tures, "he says he shall ever have cause
to bless tho fire by which ho lost his
good looks, but which won him what he
esteemed a uiousami nines more vaiun
"What was it ?" I asked, with an un
accountable dullness of apprehension.
She pointed archly, and with a sweet
smile to her wedding ring.
"Do tell me the story; I should be de
lighted to hear it."
Aomin she smiled, saying :
"1 do not know that you will consider
it interesting; however, several reasons
consniro to make me wish that you
should know all, and since you have
never heard, perhaps I may as well tell
"You see, when Mr. Winslow first
began his attentions to me, I wasn't at
all pleased. lie was nanusome, i wen
knew, but I had set my mind, very fool
ishlv. I suppose, on having a rich
husband, and one that could keep me
above the necessity oi won;. &o j
slierhted and repulsed him uiion all oc
casions, making him feel not merely
ilifl'nrent. but scornful and loathiue;.
Such Jtreatmont one might have sup
posed would liavequickiy obliterated his
passion; on the contrary, however, it
seemed only to increase it.
"About this time I formed the ac
quaintance of a city gentleman, whom
rumor reported immensely rich, and
whose intense selfishness was veiled be
neath a manner of the utmost suavity.
His attentions to me were very marked,
and not to be mistaken, and though he
had not spoken of love, he acted and
looked it, and I believed hiin.
"At this time l lived witu my motner,
in our beautiful cottage at North Uentl;
tlie place was very gay, and social par
ties were very large ami frequent; I
mingled in them all, and llarton was my
escort. Sometimes I saw Winslow, but
he seldom approached me.
"It was in October; the atmosphere
dry and cool. As we were returning
from a party late at night, I was much
surprised by the appearance in the dis
tance of a deep red light that seemed to
climb the sky and quench the very stars.
A wild and awful presentiment of ap
proaching evil at the same instant
crossed my mind.
" 'If that should be our house!' I al
" 'Nonsense! it is much farther off,'
"But, unsatisiied, I hurried on, drag
ging him with me.
"We came nearer. My fears were all
too true. It was Indeed our beautiful
home, wrapped in one broad sheet of
smoke and name, wmie up at one oi me
skylights stood my mother m nor night
With one wild shriek, I called the at
tention or the crowd to her situation.
A great number had collected, chiefly
ur me grauiieation or cunosit tome
were running with ladders and rojies,
otlierlHutingand givingorders, which
no one obeyed.
.m S.S2r'..rK notl.er!' I cried;
mother" B 1 e afe"sance or my
"livery moment the flames increased
with great rapidity, roaring like K
m astorm. My mother st&nl there .ur
veynjg the scene with the resign of
" Barton! Harton" I shrieked; 'for
God's sake help my mother' w
stood still. I implored him. Atleiiirt!,
he turned toward me with a frown sav
ing: ' ' 3
" 'I cannot risk my own life to save
even vour mother.'
" 'Great Heavens! and I have loved
this man!" The inougm rusneu seeth
lnintul seething through my brain.
"There was-a shout, and utterance of
hrave, strong woras. a lauuer was
placed and a man was rapidly mounting
on on through tlie dense smoke-
M-roiithR through singeing Haines.
scorched by tlie greatest heat oti he
went. Jt was a moment of intense
Imurcrtlikc a rind-svvep( vavc; lllc an-
neartu again; i saw my muiiier in ins
arms! I knew that she was saved.
There was the crash of the falling roof,
minsled with wild exclamations: and a
great mist swam hefore my eyes; a noise
jiot unlike, that of tho roaring flames
iis in uij I'iunuui lost U1C COUsClous-
ness of surrounding objects.
"Is it necessary to tell who it was that
thus rescued my mother? or what cmo-
tiolm T P3ClvrIfincivl t Hviii linn rinff imu-1
kUecply I.wus indcbtetL to tho jnanlhad
despised? It is necessary, however, for
me td'tcll you "that the'reand then hei
forever lost the good looks which you j
admire in that portrait. Hie clothes
were burned from his bod v. and Ihellcsh
of hiSface'ana neck s-carred and scorched
"There, there, my dear," said a manly
voice at the door, "you have told enougu
let mo finish." ,
I looked up. A man was there on
whose countenance were deep traces of
tiic hcry element, but ho didn't look
uglyjto, mo ntuall?' iEacluscar seemed
to 'mc'ri badge of honor, and the very
soul of trutli and nobleness beaming
radiantly in his eyes. His wife pre
sented him, and giving me his hand, he
"One whom my dear wife esteems so
much cannot be a stranger to me, and
now. since she lias told you a part fori
have been a sad eavesdropper let me
ten you tne rest."
I joyfully assented.
"llien 1 heard the gllames roaring
arounu me. and reit their licry breath
scorching my cheeeks, and ready to lap
up uie very springs oi ine, out was,con
ffcious only of a great joy at my heart,
for the mother of her I prized was in mv
arms. When I touched the ground with
my precious charge, I heard the excla
mations that Tent the air, but could
think of nothing else but the happiness
oi her whom x nad saved iromacireaduil
death. I forgot my own sufferings. I
was ill through several weeks that
would have been anguish indeed, had I
not known whose care it was that had
provided everything essential to mv
comfort; had not such a pleasant face
bent over me. such a sweet voice mur
mured in my car, such a soft hand min-4
r. t j ' i -v- !.. ii
isivruu iu my vtuuin. ouvur ill me
proudest days of my health had I expe
rienced such exquisite leiicuy as when
she sat beside me, presented- me with
fruitsand flowers, put her hand in mine,
and whispered something that would
have repaid sufferings a thousaud times
more bitter than mine."
"Oil! William." cried Mrs. Winslow.
and blushing to tho very roots of her
hair, "don't tell how silly and. foolish 1
"It was neither silliness nor folly," I
answered, "but the reward of great
virtue and heroism. Liet him go on."
"I have but little more to tell. When
I was quite well I noticed that all the
mirrors Had been removed. I had
thought little of the scars that had de
faced my features. When I requested a
mirror to be brought, she implored me
to desist, and finally burst into tears. I
know it all now, but my scars didn't
shock me in the least. I took licr in
my arms and whispered, that sliico her
beautiful face had become mine, I saw
no cause to regret the loss or my old one,
and would not for the world change
back again. You have seen and love
me now, whereas you did not before.
You know all my disfigurements, and
with it your manner lias changed from
scorn to Kindness so l nave nothing to
"Every day of my life since has con
vinced mo more and more thnt I spoke
The Little Toothpick-Seller.
"Buy a toothpick only 'five cents
apiece, sir?" ,
And the poor, little sh"5vorably-clad
mortal stood before a group of fashiona
bly dressed-gentlemon in, the lobby of
one of our principal hotels, olfering her
"Won't you please buy a toothpick ?"
"Will you have one?"
And she patted her feet upon, tho
broad, white tiles, and stretched forth
one of her hard, cold, red hands, toward
the heater, while in the other was held
the last three or four toothpicks of her
sitting, and chatting, and smokin- an.l
anxiously, earnestly wishing to sell.
winter swept along Broadway, and
whirled round tho comers, and piped
through the courts, and yards, and al
leys of the great city; while rattling
tuu?, cainagea,' coupes, cars auuonini
iu, iiu-iy xi'uruary mgiu.
,Vnd the little half-frozen tooihnir
... 1 . i i ...! - ..... .. .
the largo doors of the vestibule-ln
through the long crowded hallway, out '
llltTli:iluIlL 1 1 III 1 11II1IIV friifiAf, ,,i ,,v.fi(.i.
of the cold, biting air of night, into the
warm and comfortable room, and was
busily offering to the gentlemen the
balance of her little stock in trade.
"Won't you please buy a toothpick,
"Will you have one, sir? Just five
Have a.grcat tear that came triokling
down her ruddy check, and a look or
despair that too plainly indicateJi' the
sorrowful feelings rendering-In twain
the heart of the littlcpeddler girl, there
was naught that gavo answer to her
piteous appeal, "won't you please buy a
Aud she shrank away to a corner and
hiding her childish yet harrowed face iu
the folds of her torn and ragged gown,
she wept bitterly, while' crowds anil
groups of fashionably attired beings
swept by, unmindful of thclittlcibrokcn
hcartcd, weeping toothpick girl among
"Shine ver boots, sir?"
"Shine 'em up; extra polish for a
uime, sir ."
Aud liilly Maddox. ' the boot-biuek.
uown jrom uie iiowqry, came saiiiijg.i
.with" hisihaniess thrown over hislioii
. I v ... .
and' whistling: arixidflslv
seeking a job,
At this a great, burly norter assumed
charge of William's car, ami marched
him lrom the premises.
"iivening papers! uremcnuous ex
citement in icw Orleans!" "Panors.
sirj.iiiui edition: i'lvewciocKi"-
And Tonv Herring, from Chatham
street, was making hisclcar, sharp round-
toned voice ring through the halls ami
corridors of the hotel, ollcriug the last of
a huge roll of papers he had bought for
his evening's "work.
"Thank ye, sir," said Tony, as he
pocketed tlie price of the last paper he
had; and witli a light heart, smiling
countenance, and bright, sparkling eye,
" lurneu 10 leave the premises lor
"What's the matter, little one? "What
ycr cryin' here forr poor luck? How
uauy yCEgOUIertWl iZO I It
slm H.E?ny l.laUwl hi' "'ft ""'o girl as
or where the great God Fn 'l.wMtlier
can tell. Twoliuio1?r!iui'cu
in IKivcrty, n-fffe'S
InlsTryrrSlsTil'irrw'au't ignorance' .tiara
knocks anil rough usage; caring foreach
other as would good, kind sisters and
brotuer, in this great, crowded, mov
ing, fascinating metropolis Xcw York.
Like a hrlcht ancel came Tony Her-
rincr to "tho little weening outcast. In
all his poverty, rough exterior, shabby
. A. t t.
.mv. uiirvu' --, j
kind, warm-hearted, loving words for
the little one. and no doubt the rough,
brow-beating; cruel, harsh, drunken
father allowed his little one, without
beating nud abusing, her supper nndi
And all this through tho Influence of
a little ragged, warm-hearted, manly
And while these scenes daily attract
! the attention of tho multitudes Hurrying
along tne busy, crowueu inorougmarcs,
how many children in tho land, who
should be bright, cheerful, happy and
liirht-hearted never knowinjria care or
kind and dissatisfied simply because
something has happened that does! not
exacUyuit them. l'e6uchi have lov
ing rathers and mothers, aim sisters, a
comfortable home and generous, warm
hearted friends interested In them; let
them not murmur, nor be cross.-surly
or discontented but let them think of
the many waudcriug, hqmeless, tattered,
starving orphan outcasts, struggling
hard these cold wintry days and, nights
for bread and life iu the large and
crowded cities of the land.
Let them think while they sit at home
enjoying all the comforts of this world
aud surrounded by kind parents, how
many hundred toothpick girls, boot
blacks and newsboys, arc battling witli
starvation, yet arc doing good ahjl.noble
deeds of kindness to oue another.
And may He who notes tho fall e'en of
the sparrows, love and protect the toil
ing little outcasts and unfortunate waifs
of our laud! romcroy'a Democrat.
A Plucky Girl.
SUE KIDS Iir.llSr.LK OV rNWKLCOMi: MIDNIGHT
Miss Amelia It. Purvis, of Mount VorrJ... u -nujaj
non, X. Y was awakened at 12 o'clock Jmw
one Saturday night by a noise at her-i
bedroom window, iLooking in' tlutt di-.
rection sue ouserveu one man crawling
into her room, closely followed iy an
other. Instead of giving the traditional
scream, Miss Pun-is remained perfectly
nulet and awaited development. The
llrst man crawled noiselessly under her
bed. The second' man t!p;toed to her
room door aud began to examine it.
Miss Purvis slipped out of lied, seized a
bay rum bottle and smashed it over the
I... ll l..I U Clml
gathered him up , by the hair aud drag
ged him to the window. Not a word
was spoken. The rellow, under tins
mode of treatment, recovered his senses
and leaped out.
The scoundrel under mo bed did not
stir. He no doubt believed that his
presenco there was not known. Having
disposed of the first fellow, Miss Purvis
took a small tin trumpet from her bu
reau drawer, and stooping down, at the
samo time turning the gas slightly on,
she presented the small end of tho trum
pet at the crouching rorm or tho thor
oughly terrified man under tho bed, and
"See here, young man. you have been
there -long enough. Just scrabblo out
instantly, or I will blow you into tho
middle of next week."
He did not wait for the second invita
tion. Miss Purvis kept him covered
with tho trumpet, and, fearing that his
time had come, lie made a lively shake
for the window and went out like an
arrow. In his hurry he lost a pair of
iaiso siuc-wniSKcrsueioreiic reached the
window. Having met with this misfor
tune, his disguise failed further to de
ceive the young lady. In tho intruder
she recognized Abraham T. Wilson, a
Miss Purvis said nothing of her ad
venture more than to satisfy inouiries
next morning about tho rumpus In her
room, explaining that she had broken a
bay rum bottle. But tho first tiling she
did that morning was to purchase a
cow-hide, and in tho afternoon she met
tiic object of her search in CcntralMount
Vernon, and, witliout a wonl of expla
nation, began to lay the instrument
upon Abraham's back. Abraham started
to run, but Miss Purvis seized him with
her left hand and held him fast. He
screa?l swore, and begged and de
Ji1 i a exla"aoni "".uown came
"Down on your knees, sir." said Miss
Pun-is, "and ask my pardon for your
gross conduct last night."
Xo sooner said than done, Douo went
the terrified scapegraco on' his knees in
,, ', , 'i.T
1 Iu;r aSa,u bJ' c,ther 1,i3 tongue or prcs-
, A ,few aV'. w.,,,s?.n
t r.,ukc!,1'11 l1 urv,,s 1'st of visitors.
aging to her character", and upon doubt
being expressed a3 to tlie truthfulness of
his assertions, ho made a bet that lie
could go into her room at night. lie
took a companion with him as u witness,
but the namo of his partner has not
! been ascertained.
DiiTJiKRrA. Diptheria, in its curly
stage, may be recoguized by auy person
of ordinary talent, by two very marked
symptoms; the seus;itiorupf.a,bonc or
hard substance' in th'ethrrat, 'rendering
swallowing difficult and painful, and a
marked fietor, unplcasaut smell of tlie
breath, the result of its putrefactive in
fluence. On the apjxarancc of these
symptoms, If the patient is old enough
to do so, give a piece of gum camphor of
the size of a marrowfat pca.and let It be
retained in tlie mouth, swallowing slow
ly tlie saliva charged with it until it is
ail gone. In an hour or so give another,
ami ai ine cnit oi another a mini: a
fourth will not usually bo required ; but
If the pain and unpleasant breath are
not relieved, it may be used two or three
limes more, at a little longer interval,
say two or three hours. If the child is
young, powder the camphor, which can
be easily done by adding a drop or two
Of spirits of alcohol to it. and mlv if
with an equal quantity of powderqUoaf
oujiui, iir ueiiurrpowuereti rocK canuy,
and blow it through a quill or tube into
its throat, depressing the tongue with
tlie haft of a stioon. JCxcIiangc.
"Show usan Intelligent family or boys
and girls, and we will show you ti family
where newspapers and periodicals are
plentiful, obodv. who lias beon with
out these silent private tutors, can know
ineir eiiucauonai power for gomi or for
ewi. nave you ever thought ol the In
numerable topics of discussion which
they suggest at the breakfast table, tlie
most ill) Dorian t nubile; mwnrM .villi
which tllllS oarlv our children hwnnin
lamuiariy acquainted: great philan
thropic questions of the day to which
unconsciously their attention is awak
ened, and tho general snirit of intelli
gence which is evoked by these quiet
visitors? Any tiling that makes home
pleasant, cheerful and chatty, thins the
haunts of vice aud tlie thousand and im
avenues of temptation, should certainly
bo reganlcd. when wo consider iLu iniln.
c nee on tlie minds of the young as a great
uiui.ii nun social oiessillg."
It is said that cork-screws have suuk
more persons than cork-lackets have
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on white meuil, warranted;'.
Or a set of Rogers' Tea Spoons, triple plated,
mi Miiiiuiufcuii, ii ui miiiro htw i Msnran
OrK dozen Rogers' & Russell's TabloKnTves.
IwicLminlltv. immintful Vfflbm
Ora handsome lllrd dace
Any person In arrears for subscription to.TiiE
Nirw ioitiuwEsr, who will sendhlsor Jier
subscription fee and three new nubcrlbers;ac-
coin liiuiieu uy mu cusn.mai&iug u w, we will
A handsome Marsallles Quilt;
Ora handsome Woolen Quilt, red nud while
or blue and white;
Ora palrofTable Cloths;
Or two pairs or Nottingham Knee Curtains:
Or threo pairs Alcxandre'n KldUloves, any
Or a Japanese Inlaid Work Box;
Or IS yards best yd. wide Sheeting.
For seven subscribers at MOO each, amount.
ing to 621 CO, we will send :
An extra Castor, triplepialed, on white nteta
valued at $DU:
Ora Lady's Writing Desk, of equal value;
Or a Cabinet, Japanese Inlaid:
Or an KxtmJananese Inlaid Work Rot.
These articles are all valuable, and are war
ranted to be Just as we represent them. Per-
suus living in tins city orwuocan visit us can
receive these articles from our own hands at an
hour's notice: or if not convenient in vi.u
we will send the articles by express to any, ndl
Noonler of this kind will receive attention
unless the cash accompanies It.
Send money in Postofflcc orders at tho cus
lomnry rates of currency, or send draft If pre
ferred. All orders promptly attended to.
Wc sincerely Iiodo that this nniiaralleled
offer, which Is a new feature In the newspaper
business In Oregon, Will meet with a hearty re
sponse from the many rrlends of our paper,
who np to this time have seemed to lull to real
Izo that Tin: New Northwest cannot be run
without money. Now Is Ihe time to mako up
clubs. Ik-gln before some other person gets
the start or you. wc wnaiyoiicaii '"ii.""'
sell, the IMbllc and Tut Nsw Nobtuwest.
UNK ,WEED JtEiLEDY.
THE UNK WEED REMEDY,
.Oregon Rhonmatio Cfnre.
rpHlS ItEJIEDV is COMPOSKD OF TITE
jJL.ActiTe principle of tho link Veed,Enf!.
Au.tAuuiii .(uaiuinunsini.s,ii, indigenous
to Oreron.' Grows most abundantly and per
fectly In Washington county.
' iicontalnVan Ac'ttveanil Volnille PHncinlii
extracletl by Ether, and a bitter Tonre" l'rin
MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USES:
It Is the most nro and xnooilr- mm 'tnr-
Fains orall klndothatwaseverlntnxlucvd Into
tho Materia Medico. The UNK WF.KII IlKM
EIY,asprepared by u(. In consequence of tho
existing bitter principle, poisekMriMheineces
wirj' virtue of beluga f
Prrimptlnrr the Appetite and InvuroratlngtliQ.
and. Rtrenslhcnlns the system, whlle at the
Kama tlmo the volatile principle, being ab
sorbed In the blood, ache specifically on the
nheumatlero!an.remnviii!rlt fn.m iim rin.
lailon and nystem.
mere arc lew remeiies Known lo tho Medical
Profession which will remove tho IUieumatlc
Polvm from Ihe blootl, but whoue action Is sn
nowcrikll In tleDnfolnir tho nvsteni of tin. nl.
ready enfeebled IUieumatlc patient, that their
hk uiii in ov uuiiuuuiieti ueioro Kpeciuo eileels
arc obtainable, and hence the want of success
In treating this prevalent and conseqnently
heretofore incumble- disease. Unlike thctc
medieine, already known, the UNK WKE1)
HE M KDY.iilthoiiRh pnxlncing as active and ns
powerful L'trects on the blood and system in re
moving toe iiiicumaiic I'otson, also posxetwesa
Ktrotnr Tonic and ItecuperaUmr Klemeiit which
admit of IU ronlinued uo even bythe most
iiciicTue aim oeiuiiiaicsi. -iiiuk we nave ine
combination lor Ihe llrst time of these two
nccoKiry element In one remedy, which nc-xmnt.sroritMipcriorandnercr-falllngeurnllve
eiiccis in i.iivumaiism, iiiieumauc uout and
N. it. The ITNK WKKU KKMKDY U partic
ularly A1'I'I.ICAI1I.K TO I.AWIX, iu vnue-
iiucucv ui iim ionm qualities.
e are aware of the fact that it Is generally
an easy matter to procure certmcntes nltctlng
theellicacyof iatent remeilles rrom a certain
?laSmfihu who ttootliBlu, Wo huv selected
wic loiiowjmt iH-ciiusc tne names attached to
iiiriii.... i,,- i iiii uui me most careful and
scmpiiHiiis cnaracter. and because the large
class orthclracnnaiiitancex In Oregon will not.
mr a.mouifiit. awusoor siisMT.r,Iliern or any
exaggeration Iu the statements they may
Certlflcate from the Deputy Jailor of Mult-
iiumuii uouuiy jau:
City Jail, Portland, Oregon,
Dr. A. M. Loryen A Co.: I was attacked w
a severe case of rheumatism. It was in my
""siii'i "ii'i. miiit-is, siifiiuutT uiaue inueeu lu
all the Joints of my bodvl suircretl in-rnt rviin
and anguish. I was attended by a regular pliy-
. .. .. . .,., . j. ,liVs iimuccii toiry
your Unk Weed Remetlr, and U immcdlately
cureil me ;ip. I consider it, from my cxpe-
.Iaiimi till. I , Mm a., . i . '
v I : " 1 Ml1".1 iiKruiiwiinniRI OWir.
ALFRKO F. TURN'KIt. ll..imiv riin.
Tills is to certify that tho above statement Is
currevfc iu my own Kiiowieuge.
JOHN 1'. WARD, Jailor.
Alia California Rook nnd Job PrlntlngOffJccl
5a California street, J-
Kan Francisco, Juno 1.1S7I. I
l)r. A. il. Iryea it Ca: For several years I
have Imhmi subject to rheumatism in my right
nrm ami shoulder, rendering mo uiuiUe to
work. On a recurrence of tho attack some
nine sulci-, i was inuuveii to trj- vour "Unk
Weed Reimslv," and the result vas a ncrfec!
cure in a few days. I took only two-thirds ol
the contents of one bottle. My firm belief Is
that Hip "Unk" Is a certain cure for rheuma
tism In all lis forms, nnd I would heartily rec-
......ii. iii. mi .min nil mm mai ureauiui ills-
case 10 iry your "lieniodi"" and tie curwl.
JNO. R. McIVNE.
Certificate of A. TL Shipley. special con
Irlbutor lo the WllIametUj Variner," nnd Sec-
itiuij ui iuturcsou .iionicuiiarat society:
Oswem. Oregon. Mnmli si
Dr. AM. Tyirvea: Some lonrrlcs nn. T
entirely prostrated with rheumatism: in fact
wils almost helpless. I sent to you for one jo.
ounce bottle of the "Unk Weed Remedy," i,y
the use of which I oxpcrlcnced almost iinme-
uiuii- n-iiei, iinu uy uie lime tne onttlo was
guio iuu rucumaiism was gone. From mj
own experieiicp.nnd from wliat I havs heard
others say who have used tho Unk 'Weed, I
wiivir inj it (-i-riuiii curviurrneuinatiszii.
Yours respectfully, A. I!. tJHIPIJCY.
Certificate from Ifon. A. .T. Tmrnr nr.rwi
dent of the Oregon Stale Agricultural Society
anu auuioroi ".statistics of oregou:"
. . East Portland, Aprlll.lSTL
Dr. A. M. Iirj'ca & Oi.: I was atnlcted with a
severe attack of chronic rheumatism; was con
fined to my lied most of the time from January
to July, when I used the Uuk Weed and It
cured mo up. A. J. DUFUIL
Certificate from James Rybcc, the celebrated
Moot-grower and "King of the Oregon Turf:"
UnitvtnV. T.ln.l Tn .... n , 1C-I
To Dr. A. M. Loryeai Co.: This is toacknowl-
cugc-tnceiueory or your"Unk Weed Remedy,
or Oregon Rheiimalic tlure." I was mulcted
Utr tiwtnths with a very serious attack of la-
u.iiiiiiiiuory riieiiiiiaiisin.aiHi trieit nearly iui
of the so-called rheumatic remedies without
iiiij- rcnci perccivauie. i then tried jour
Remedy, and Its use resulted In the moO, happy
cSt,1.l.ca,c fr"m tc well-known aierehanl.
O. W. Weaver, Esq.: '
, ,r . . The Dalles, May 23, IS71.
... ."3r- LoO'ca it Co.: I have used the "Unk
A eetl Rcmeily," and eon cheerfully recom
mend It to iHTsons nttllcled with lntlanimntorj
rhcumatism. It cured me of Hint disease. My
hands, wrists, ankles Indetsl. all my Joints
were swollen nad very pnluTuL
IX W. VEAVER.
1 I CnrflU . r . s.-.. . - ' ..".1 .
'wiuiniuu irurri jion. iai. ji. line, 1'IIot
Comnussloiier of Oregon, nnd a member of the
v.ii luuiicu oi iasi ivnianu:
ICast Portland. Anrll in. isn.
Dr. A. M. Loryea A- Co.: I have liecn altilctcd
for soyend years pail with "weakness in the
companlcd by severe conMlnation. h- tin, ik
mi-is.- min ;tiiuenii riicuinniii. nnina it-
ofjono bottle of your "Unk Weed Remedy; or
.i" . V . i .'. uven entirely
relieved, ami I cheerfully recommend It as a
mini vaiuauic anu cuecuve remedy.
JXAT. Jl. L.NEL
Certificate from Hon. flldcon TlblxvttM.
member ofthe City council of East Porttmd:
East I'ortlnnd. Anriir. LsTl.
Dr. A. M. Irven & Co. limits: Tl,li ij in i
form you that I have ucd your"lak Weed"
for neuralgia and rheumatic pains, and round
rellet from the ue of only one txib. nn.i
iiviiiiiieini ib in iiiusu in ueisi os such a rem
edy. Yours, GIDEON TIIlIlhnTS.
sMuu.yvuiMiiiisiiiuiicr oi .Muiinomah countv
n . 'ronland, April 1.IS7I,
IF..1. .11. WirVrci.V ( I iriVuliKn.1 II... ill. ..I.
ble medicine. JLregulatcstind InvlgoratcU thj
system'This fsny cxperience-wlth tlfolUm-
"V ii.mjjuuu, t. Ii. UUIM11V-
Certlucale from lho mini.riin.i
lrof. Otio Vletixtenips:
Oregon Musical Ihstitule,
rea .t Co.: I was altackul wit
it. .. .11 liorj-ea t Co.: I viv -iin-ir.-i wTih
severe innammalorj' rhema.dl.sm. sutfering
1' .' . s prastraieu mat i was
.i.i.i uie iu tvnii ui my iusimsk. 1 Rsel one ikji
tle of your "Unk Yt Remcsty, or Oregon
RheunuilleBCure," aud was. enllrelycurfd by
ii uioniv lyrTO VIEUXTKiU-?.
One Ilollnr-ond Finvrenli 'per Itotlle.
.PREPARED M AT. TiH E
OEEGOH. MEDICAL LABORATOEY,
E.VST PORTLAND, OREGON.
X-Fon 8M.K VT All D15COOI8T8.
FLORENCE- IEWINI MACHINE
riLL SEW EVERYTHING NEEDED IN
est labric. '
Hor"KliitlM of Work, ,
Aud UUr Work
Thun any other Machine.
inhere U a Florenee Bowing If sclilne within
one Ihousand miles of Ban Francisco nit work
ing well or slvlng entire satluac'tion. If I am
Informed of It, it will be nttenjed to without
expenco of any kind to the ownir.
19 Ncw'ilonttnnery St,
Active AseuU Wan tod averjwhire.
' jtU fi
'.i"ru s -. i
CHARLES1 TENCE' St CO.,
. ,tMj ui ; Is
T'x'oiicli ' 'jMilliiioi'y,
STRAW and FANCY GOODS
NO. 1? SANSOME BTREET,
Retween Bush "and Sutter, next Cosmopolitan
-Hotel, ; . p
SAX FRAX1K 1,..
. Rnedu Fauborg-Poliilounlerpf'rttrb.
oK-tr t"r ' '
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ii 1" j,i na'l 1 .1 s.
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Y. a AT
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W XttX'X Di
THE LOST CITY ;
CHICAQO AS IT WAS A KB AS IT IS.
A HISTORV OF THE GREAT ""fcr'Wjy
t- t...t ttisiiinifp. AVIV 1(1 BUU
detailed account of b m Mt terrlbl calamity
that has ever lcfallen .hecJvllUedworld.
StnrtHns Incidents. "Kalr nreadt h wars."
Tho fcarfUl ravans of'the Hre 1 Ufati J"e
relcn of Terror. VtoXiv iy nd auWuUy 11
iilimii i i...it. .ii u- of the city before
andslnce tho Are-"!!", sublimely irrandlnlU ,
ruins. Orders will be rilled and received. Tho
rn.iMt ..inH h.v fcrimlil by agents. Send
il for canvassing ontst. and sepore an Atjency
PWQMBEHSOrf ' THEWOItLD.
flnn TVnnsarul lllillt r&tloDS. COmprlnIns? StTlr.
Hlng scviuM.lnteresU ne incidents and wonder
ful vtvuts lu all Cotr7utrl "ld among all Peo
ple. A,. U.VNC'KeFX A C,
nsin rmuciso, ual.
i .. a ' it' i
tvtv i f
!-. si, -.i t
HIM E S BACH ELDER,
Steam Eook and JoliPrlnlers.who intend fill
ing It with an ailvertlsement as soon as they get
tlm to wrile one. In the mean time call on
them at 93 Front St. If you waut any kind of
Printing done. nSOtf
i . s-y .
. ' . , il . til);:-"i
A KtfprW i
! i' v
Cor. Second and 'Washington StH.
HAVING RECENTLY PURCHASED TniS
Market, I am now prepared to sell on reas
onable terms the best Meats the country af
db. i:. n. inrKi.Axi),
E 3V O? -I S T
ROOM NO. TWO, DEKUMS' BUILDINO,
Cor. First and AYashlngton Sts., Portland.
HAVINO 3IAD A NUMBER OF Y'EARS'
practice In San Francisco. I feel competent
to do First Class Work In all Dental Opera
tions. Sidlsfactlon guaranteed.
Nitrous Oxide administered.
Rev. Wm. Roberts. Judsre O. N. Denny. Dr.
Dickson, Messrs Qutmby and Porklns, and
Mrs. Dunlway.of tne Neh'Nortuwkst. nl
rEn.r.iivo3:K. Jt co.,
!.'. ' -t't! . .1-" .1 .1!
. , Washington St( iKipondjnnd Third,
P0RTIx.ND ;f.;tort,r .-thn. ',tj aaOREOON
WR MANUFArn-ItE AN , t
A XO. 1 AKTIcr.lt OF
.''ffY .11 .'1 '
. 7 Hum .
t nr. '
And all klndsnf Pastrvnsuallvmunil In n First
Glass Bakery; 1
' BIT Goods delivered to any part of the cltv
n. j. k. cAni)D'i.ii,
JJEXTAl. Roost No. sy, First St., Portland.
a'Tne'Latcand Improveil'StyJt-s 'of work at
Reduced Rates. Nitrous Oxide Gas for the
painless extraction orteeth. ln!2
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
Hats and Gents Furnishing Ooods,
I. ml lcV nnd JIIsscs
TRIMMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS AND
Frames, Braids, Cords, Ornaments, Flowers
' " " Rfh'lJons.'Trfmmlnctc.
Dre$s, eoods, White Goods, Tankee o
i", Hons, Ktc,
Ladles' Cloaks, CloaK Trim
'AGENT OF THE ELLENDALE WOOLEN
AFt'll Stock of Jllqnhctn, YarnsuJi((t
vers, Tweeds ,and Cassimores
tATJWT MTYLBei BVtn:itY STEAMER.
ATTENTION Paid to
UK. ZtXKT A. TIIOJII'SOX,
rilYSZCIAN AND ACCOUCHEUR
YSraiDENCE AND OFFICK-THIRO ST.
X between Salmon and Main, opposite the
uiiis auenueti in any part or the city.
Batteries for nln anil tmlm.llnnc rrlrnti nn
tb.e use of electricity ns a Remedial Asent. nl.
MBS. K. IAWHSS,
.JANUrACTUP.EU AN D. DEVLERilN ,
SHIRTS, DKDERSHIRTS, DRAWtno, tlb.,
Corner Front and Yamhill streets, Portland.
Shirts Made to Order
Ofthe best material, and warranted to fit.
All kinds ofuiendlugdone.