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FRIDAY ATGUST 9, 1S72.
iftwTinPur the Mjmccrs
Pnmd Hjtiunxt tfeewimlow pane.
VuM be cold and rtlffto-morrow -
WbuM Ile brlijhteye of tiprdartlBf
Cfetatt ifce frown apon mr wbvtt
Would lite prMitnf row an
Vex nyttten as they So sow?
Ah! liioc UUIe ico-cokl flfliet, .
How they point our memo" naoK
To the hasty words and actions
Strewn along our Imckward track!
How tlwr liule hands remind n.
Afc In n- w trace they lit.
Not tn M-iH i r thorns but roses
Por"iir n aping, by and by!
Strange w in vcr prlie the Hiusir
Till the c(K'l- olced bird mis flown !
Strnage that we sltoukl slight tlie violet!.
Till the lovely throws art- none!
Strange that summer skies and sunshine
Xerec Mem one-half m lair
As when winter's snowy pinions
Sbke the while down in Hte air!
ljps lrom which Uie eal of alienee.
None but God ran roll away,
Never Messomed in MlrlLhOEHMy
As adorn the month to-day;
And sweet word that freight our memory
With their beautiful perfume,
Cam to as in waateraoaoM
'Tbrnrtgti tbe portals' oTfhc tomb!
J iii cather up the sunbeams
I.yin- all arouttd our path;
Lt us keep flie wheat and roses
Casting out the thorn and chart;
Let us find the sweetest comfort
In tli'- blewlmwof to-day
With a patient hand removing
All the briars from our way!
z, wbo was novor known to be j tarnaUtutr 'dicks
, ileal, -vo in moment, of - j rS'braafeXut !
Tlic trembling girl commenced again. I of plpht.
"Dear friend Hiram.' Now, don't "It's a Rood
spcnK agaiiii pieuse, iilZ. till J. mil", ""Y, i . 1 l- in nnv fcintl nfwn.
?? the strange woman gave nnmistaka-1 walk ,t and get back an kind of
lileinuicaiionsot inward rebellion. uiisuii. -'""i " " ",. ,.;" . rrf,.v:
!, U1CI1 1 " . , .
UNK "WEED ItEMEDY.
PORTLAND ADVERTISEMENTS, i
I. PORTirttfN-iD. Sfifl3IV
Tiir ii&nr inrrn nrMCnV
five miles there and riL UNR WLXU ntllltUl,
she to herseii. "i can t
HURGREN & SHINDLER,
is Uie wish of mv narents that I write I nro liieucc
to yon, and say that it is their da-ire 1 1 Dick Sanders' tin con "j?"-"":
should accept you as my future liiwl-nd. I utc He's inside, getti g
I don't love you one single bit, and I am j with old ".Jr'i,
sure I never shall; but if you want me vehicle; dawtMfnasl
under those circumslanccst I have noth- ought to be, he II nc er know jherem
ing more to say, save that I utterly re- the wor d it went to or liov . It i '' ;
fuse to receive anv snecial attention i tiniest I'm a mind to tell him vliicli
Oregon Rhexunatic Cure.
anv SDCi'iiii a" i - ,i.n 1..11
r ...... - . hi iiitf na liirn na ,inr. 1 snail Uf.
,r" ?. J? proceuing our mar !";:. V-.T. m-V,i Itnl.bin's wrannincs
"Well, now, l VOW, .tiory avi-ii, u i in Vitvlnkln T.lr w-as
should laugh if nnybotlj- in the house were
was a laving dead. Tell a man you ve
made up your mind to marry him, ana
at the same time inform him that all
courting has got to be postponed until
after the wedding, jojou &umw-
more out of sight. The tin pans rattieu
o.l Mnllnrml. lllt bellS arOtlllll U1P
horse's neck jlngletl merrily, but Uz !
hcanl notlilug.saw nouimg, uumm
'PHIS ItEMKDY IS COMPOSi:i OF THE
X Active principle or the Unk A eetl. KnB.
Tlmsplum Conlatum OrlRlnli, I-H.-lndlsmious
lo Oregon. Gnw mint nbiindiintly mid per
ftCrtl.v in'WSnlllnstnn county.
aucr iiieweuuing. jwjuusu : ,7 o.---- T .- i, cir-ino-o
because a minister has mumbled over a ject of her errand VnfliVnriiSlMl
fi.iv words nothlnsr In the least disre-1 team a block or two from the pnnupai
JSstfin to the nVlnfstcr intended-that hotel of the ituA
on this account hisses and courting will made her way o that ps tab iwhnient.
be any the more welcome than, now." A woman o see ou on ho Mens,
iin t;7 no' The llioilgui 01 u .nr. .uureiaitu," sum '
0i A,IZ s? .. i., urt-o liL-n n w.isher-womnn.
..-irt u it iiir. riii'n" is nut..!, tn. wna
left for mo to do. Mother is cryiR "P fi'8 s"o can't cope In.
Stairs, uow.auuuimui . :,.
"'. 1 .t- vuniunnfim' In i msMf. "Illnss the
i. IIU1U IU1 . II . i u t v. - - i
"Wlint are you up to, Liz?" And
Diek Sanders, the tin peddler, fetnlked
into the large, well ordered country
kitehen. and, witli only this salutation,
drew oirhis gray yarn mittens, and pro
ceeded to warm his almost lienumbed
fingers by the roaring fire that sputtered
and crackled under JJz's large boiler of
"I am up to my eyes in the wash-
tub," ropueti uie iiMitviuual auiireseu,
not over politely.
"That's what I was thinkin'," said
he. "Tlie boiler holds out good, don't
it now? The last time it sot to Jeakin',
I thought it was all day with the patri
archbuttered ef I didn't, No wonder
that folks blow on my ware."
"I was tellin' Miss Avery fother day,"
interrupted Liz, "that when she needed
any more tin tilings I hoped she'd send
to town after 'em Your stun lias lis
tened to your gab and brag so long, that
somehow it's got a bad edicatioii. Xow
them nans never behaved like tlie pans
Tim Rucklin used to bring around.
They're always a bending and springing
a leak; To speak a little plainer, I'm
always afraid to trust 'em, especially
when its onusually important that they
should hold in."
"What in natuF are you drivin' at,
Liz?" inquired poor Dick, a genuine
look of wonder overspreading his face.
Rut before his companion could have
time to reply, tiieuoorot tlie sitting-room
wilfulness. I have been rcauing uie
RIblo for an hour, Liz, dear, and that Is
what has decided me. The command
is: 'Children, obey your parents! and
there is no way I can dodge it."
"Just like the rest of edikated folks,
you have choked vourself to death with
tlie letter and thrown the spirit over
board. Now. my common senso tells
nmiiint rnn ilon'f understand the mean-
.if iv ml vnn've neeu reauiiifi.
heart, what can alio want, to-mght, J
wonder. Oh, Flow! Flora!" anil with a
heavy heart Moreland walked quickly
to the door.
Here was a face for an artist a face
uion which true nobility sat enthroned.
No need or acquaintance to tell what
manner of man ho was. He had come
to Watertown on business, and had in
formed Liz of his whereabouts. Indeed,
these two individuals had been in cor-
Waives obcyyourhusbaiids in the Lord,' ; resiHiudencc since the trouble between
and it is: 'Children, obey your parents . sain geuueiunn imu nura, ami imu
ii. f , vnir llir lonl is love. I alu-avs known that l'hilin Moreland was
Florv dear and he gave you those very I not married, but she wisely kept her
feelings of like and dislike, this liking counsel, bollovlng that this lesson was
to be with a pcr-on or hating to be with i needed for the entire subjugation of the
a nelson to "tilde you through life. I rebellious little Flora. Not that there
Thcv arc'weaijons that tlie poor carnal I had been any falsehood told though in
flesh couldn't "et along without. Now i this connection. A Philip Moreland had
ol tins one.
for you, Mr. Moreland,"
if vou take the pistol mat uou puis uuu , married, out 11
vour hands to keep the wild animals "I've come
away, and lay it down side or you, ami said Liz.
ennie in anu ucvouryou, "ior mes v
In , Itn ftritf ra
who's to blame, I wonder? ou musu t
think that vour Father in heaven didn't
know wimt'kind of timber ho was put
ting into you when he got you up. As
far as I've observed and I haven't lived
to be thirty years old without Ienrnin
hat for?" inquired the
gentleman in bewilderment.
"Get on your great coat and come
along; we'll talk afterwards" said the
woman in a tone of authority.
"Don't know nothing at all about it,
Itoontnlnt.ni Active ami Volatile Principle,
extracted bv Klher. anil a hitler Tonic l'rin-
MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USES :
It Is the mot Mire and speedy enro for
ItheumalUm, Kheumatlc Goutnnd ltliuinntlc
1-alin ol nil klndi that wnever Introduced into
the Materia Medico. The UNK WKKD KKM
Kliv. hi iiwiumi iit-ii-t. In eonsenucneenf the
exIMIni; bitter principle, ioveves tlio neees-
sary virtue oi neins
TromoUns the Appetite nml Invisoratlnellie
whole DlRcstive Appiir.itus, thin Imllillii up
ami streuKthenlns the hystein, while at the
same time Uie volatile principle, being ab
sorbed In the blood, nctx Meclflcally on the
Ilheumutlc 1-oiMin, rcmovins II fnun llicclrcu
tntlnll utlll flVlltlll.
n'lioriirc icr remedies known to the Mctllcnl
Profcs-don which will remove the Ilhcumntic
1'i.lsnii ritim the blood, but whoe action Is so
powerful In ilepresslnif the Kj-stem of the al
n jiilv i-nfii-blnt Kheumatlc patient, that their
use has to be aljanilonrd lierorc sieclllc effects
..l.tl.il.ln I ll.n in ..r
rV UUUlllllilM-. lll IIVIIIC IIIV t.l.. . vv
in IreallntT this prevalent anil consequently
heretofore Incurable disease. Unlike these
medicines already known, the UNK 'WKKD
Itr.ll'.l'i ,alluoun pnHiucin im ugiivu ami u
IMiwerfuI ell'eets on the blood and system In re
ninvlni; the Ulieumatic Poison. also iMissessesa
slnmK Tonic and llectiiicratins J.iemcut which
admits of Its continued Use even bvtheiniMt
delicate and debilitated. Thus we have tlie
combination lor the first time of these two
necessary elements In ouu remedy, which ac
counts for Its siierioraiid ncvcr-fiillliiKcurotlve
eiiccts in liitcumaiifin, iiiicumntic uout and
Ithi'iimatlc Pains of all Kindt.
N. It. The UNK WKKD KKMKDY Is nartie-
ularly Al'PI.K'AllI.K TO IiADIKS, In .-ou'e-
fiueiiee oi its ionic tuniuies.
DIREfT IMItiitTIias AMi
Hirers of eer var - iv ui
some things there is notliing that j Has put her foot down that she won't
brings so much misery with it as mar- marry iiiram, conicsseu mat sue iovcs
riaire without love. Don't you do it, you, married or single, better than any-
Florv dear don't j-oh do it." i body else in the created world, and If she
"liut, Liz, you Know niai i siian , can't nave you, sue ii live siugieiiu wn-
unei blows ins uoru, ami men iook iq
never love anybody. Oh! why did he
go and get married!" And again the
beautiful head was bowed upon the
faithful bosom of the servant and com
panion. 1 ...... . ui. i.t...
"ny am you cut, up mj wm mm,
We are aware of the fact that It Iszenerallv
an easy matter to procure certificates attesting;
uiooincacyoi pnteiii remeuies irom a certain
class of those who Use them. We have selected
the following because the names attached to
them are those of men of the most careful anil
scrupulous character, and because the Inrse
class oi ineiracnaainiances in uresnn will not
for a momeni, accuse or suiecl them of an
exacKeration ui the statements they may
"Liz, you have taken awny my
Wal, what if I have?" replied the
strance woman. "ou refuseti to budge
cirt.o wiie illil vnn TrrleVA him bv till T iliil."
liri;".i.f tettl, n fallow vou notild liunllv Tli tin-enrt. was a little too muoll for i no"" Couuty Jail
iirin vnnrRiPhf? How lonir do vou I the anxious lover's risibilities oven.! CityJoll, Portland, Oregon,
suppose a man with ordinary selj-re- ; He laughed till the tears ran down his , Dr. A. M. lryea i Co.: I was attacke.1 with
... . . . i . 1 . .. . l i I 1 . 1 C II. n.. Irtiinliml r -I . I . ...
lIlUlCUrLiU MUlJs. CIieC'lvM ailll ItllU V,ll, Uliu llivn IrtUUCTI . .ccir i lll.-wiltuili.lll. IV W!IS 111 I,,y
iitjuititrr oiiiur inucim in
Certificate from the Deputy Jailor of Jtult
spect is going to stand t
r.i.. i .. .. - i ii....i.ii.,.i...io, : i:i u., nnn.n In m. I llmm i thigh, littis. flniTcni. SIlO
iJ uimreu, auu u. wuu6 mu uVlnii- , V50W tile Wlllll uuu leup 111c nuiiinmu. "S'li" unit, nui- q ...ut .s, ...s,. ......... , lofntsof tnv bodv 1 sllfferefl nmim
tl. fl.nn.rll. UIU I'flM. Tl... I,. ..!.... l.nnp tlinil ,ll,fii Ill'nP ,lllk l.n llllllln 1 lrm,ll, IllHV I . - ------ -
v.iuuK.ifc m.ju j , i iiun- 13 uutuiiiLi uuvi ... ww i w.v. ...i ....... anil ancuisii. i wiisnue:
ently very deen
much troubled in spirit, for her eyes
wore rtd and heavy with weeping, ap
peared on the threshold
If he has
HWIi.l in If !,'lnrv cnlil T i? umnn.
ill.. .3 It, A 4Wls, . t-.t . . I
tween the covers of the Rlble.
married without love, he'll
same kind of a crop."
. .1.-1, T .1.. ...1,1. lt,Zu
1 lllll SJKIU 1 UU Hllli 11113
Ing the white fcuds from her strong, red i Liz?"
arms, and with such a little thrill of "Burn it up!"
tenderness In her voice, that the peddler "What shall I do with father and
involuntarily turned to eeo what it mother?"
souhl mean, and then, remembering his "Let 'em quit!"
manners, said nastily:
"Good-morning, Miw Avery; hope
The you iur. lady cave a sllulit start of
surprise, and tlten recovering herself
staid, witu considerable annoyance in
nded bv a regular nhv
j effect. 1 was Induced to try
Oregon Stale Fair. 1S11-
M NI FC-
F U R N
I X U R E ,
DR. VAN DEN BERGH'S
feovefciru AVoi'in Syrup.
I 'PHIS TltlIA" AVONDKKFUI. MEDICINE
X Is wnrranted to expel all worms from the
i H-)weli and Momnch, except Tape and Chain
I Tlie proprietor has taken much pains to test
llu-compnratie merits of the principal 'Worm
.Meillcini f.r tin. iIhv. which, ntunerons as the
Kntozoa themselves, liave overspread the
land, each claiming torlt.eirthonameor spe
cine: and. rhii r- mmklv acknowlcdcc that
manv ofthem nrnften suikees.sfui.and do creat
I wvxl.were we not n.snrel that this combines
. ailv.intacs kmkmi1 liy no other worm mcdl-
". us uiirouuciiou at inisiaic u;ij h uuiu um
haK ts-m attempted.
ih" 1 ' -asaut taste and exceedingly small
. iuantn of this medicine rcsiulred to test the
t-xisteiii r of worms, or to remove every one
from Ihi-vst.m lisiineratlntr In a few hours.
unaided hy any other purge, together with Its I Steam 15ook ami Job Printers, who Intend flil
certaintvof effect, constitute 11 oneot the most I - -
...... 1..U1 ulMSIVCriCSOIIIieaKC ln.lt Mil. ..l...rI.m.nllllonill..r t
tiaa we spaee here, scores or ccrnncates i " ' j
THIS SPACE KESEKVKD 1'OH
Oak, Walnut, Itosf hood, (farstnut. Ktr.
MOULDINGS, MIRRORS, BIACX VALNUT LUMBER,
l'uln. Hair. Moss, U.xcrlslor Clue.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
thk r.AnfsiKT .stock:
thi: nr.sT ;oi)s:
THE I.OVtT.ST l'RICKK!
"WAHR ItOOMS Nos. UR. S. 136 ami 17!.Pftr.
.Salmon and First Sts.. I'ortlaud, Oregon.
PORTLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
KOOJIS-Cornor First mill Stark Sts
over Ijtdd .t niton's TVuik.
rontnliis Otrr Tlirfe Tnonund (holrr Boak
Over 100 Papers and Majrazinss.
MEMBERSHIP FREE TO ALL.
Monthly Dues 1 O0-I'i,jnl)!e Quarterly
Dikfxtobs Wm. S. IjuM. P. C. iVhuyler. Jr.,
M. P. Deadr, I.. II. Watirrtelil, V. II. ltraekett,
A. C. filbb. c. II. ijevU, .M. W. Keehhelmer, II.
rtllhw, l Ilium.
HI MES & BACHELDER,
U II. WAICKFIEIJl
P. C. s3CIIUVI.ER.Ja
mlEhtlM-aiiiiiiisul tn show Its nro?resslve and
rapidly inereaslns reputation lor the last few
years; but to promtihr.itc Its fame and estab
lish its chancier, we only ask for a trial.
llsspcolv operation in all sudden attacks, as
convulsii, mile, fits or soasm. cies it an
unrlval. J superiority. Sent by express on re-
cvipi oi price.
SVHPXOMS OF WOUMS.
Alternate mtinir and tliishln? of the coun
tenance, dull expression of the eyes, drowsl-
iisw, lu-nuurof tlie mse, a sweneii upper up.
tonjrue wliitcly nirred and thickly speckled
with red ixilnts. feted breath. an enlarced Ijclly,
aiwrUal or general swelling or putlinsiiess of
intr sKia. n sianini; in uie sleep anu t;riiiuiii ui
the teeth, a sensation as lr something was
lodged In the throat, a gradual wastlnc of tlie
llesh. sickiiMn nf the stnmach. Yomltlnc. a
short and dry cough, apjietite sometimes vora-
cmhis, ai outer umes leeuie, oowcis somcinucs
eostlvc, at rther times loore, jrreat fretfulness
bimi immunity ot temper, pains in me siomacu
and bowels, colic, fits, convulsions and Daisy.
Its value in reniovinic masses of cmilllics
from tliestoniiu'h and bowels of children, even
where no worms exlt, cannot be too highly es
Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, hy
1UL v.s iir.r. iiKituii ami Agents in uucii'
li's ami towns.
Dr. an ivn Ilorsh can lie consulted on all
diseases that the human system Is heir to. Ills
Ions experience in diseases of women and
children cannot be surpassed
elan In the United Slates or IOurope.
time to write one. In the mean time oall on
them at 98 Front St. If yon want any kind of
i)iu j. . oi.i:xn,
E KT T I S
by any physl- T ESIDENCE AND OKFICK
npe. lir. V. ail-1 -l" between Salmon and ilnln,
the Uterus to try his new remedies and Ret
lir consulting and undcrsolnir a Minnie ex-
ainiuaUou the atillcte,! can learn If their dis
ease be worms or not. At all events, Dr. an
Den llergh can tell them lrom what disease
thev are suffemur.
Consultations and examinations free of
Omca IIooms 45 and 39, over Postoirice,
letters ueseribinB the symptoms will he
Drmnutlr answere.1. and persons living at a
distance will be saw.1 the expense and trouble
of calllu? on me Doctor. Address
Hit. J. W. VAN DKN BKKGH,
P. O. Ilox 172,Salem, Oregon.
MAIN STitEKT, DALLES CITY, OREGON.
"IDOAKD I5Y THE DAY, Week or Month, on
XJ me men restMHisuie tenns.
siuperior accommodations fur families
Cnord Coach t and from the house free.
A large safe Sir the keeping ol valuables.
House open all night.
u!7 THOMAS SMITH, Proprietor.
I. 5IARY A. THOMPSON,
PHYSICIAN AND ACCOUCHEUR
Calls attended in any part of the city,
naileries for sale, and Instructions Elvcn on
the use of electricity as a Remedial Agent, nl.
J. 3X. FRYER,
DBY noons ASD CIiOTIIIXn,
tJroeerles, Hoots, Shoes, Nails, Etc.,
PIIUC1IASEU OF FAUMEUS' PRODra'.
Higlicst Cash Price paid for WOOL.
CORNER FIRST iVND MADISON STREETS
.librarian and Kec. sec '
PRIVATE 30AEDDTG HOUSE.
ALIJERT A. 3IAXXIXO
wont. Iitimmtv linmn. while the bells i sioinn. hut with
e the I sounded ont a merry pc al, whteh sound iety ana uij,
Liz declared jUSt as Welcome to her ears , rit.ce,thel,itrrnied forrhcumatlsm known.
leiter, as any weuuing cnime sue ever nenni. ai.hikd t . iuii.Mii!, wputy jailor.
''I... ...i-nr, ,tnc imr til inn nun ni.i . iii I". ... . .-ni3 iii.i. i.u- t.u.jc nii.iciii.-iii. j
Xevin's boy was scut to tell Dick Sand-
where hU establishment could le
"What shall I do with my own ach- "Just look here, now, ain't that a
Ing heart ?" pretty sight?" and Liz brought hor
"Put a rousing big poultice of faith 1 companion to a sudden halt by the
and love on it, and then make yourself ! kitchen window. There stood Flora,
as useful as vou can to other folks, one foot on the stove hearth, her elbow
! There's nothing like helping imother to j on her knee, her head resting on the
I forget yourseii. You nave inane a mis- ; palm ol ner iianii, while with Iho right
"I'm quite well, thank you, Dick. 1 1 take: that is. if there is any such thing she dilirrentlv stirred the niimnkiu to
thought you were alone, I.lz," and im- 'as mistakes sometimes 1 ain't quite keep it from burning,
mediately left the kitchen. ! clear on that pint but anyhow, it won't . "tfet lier to work to keep her from
".Now, what's the matter with her?" hdp that to put your foot in it again, so thinking," said J.iz, softly. "Stay here
Inquired the tin merchant. "Golly! i long as you know better, yousee. There : in tlie porch while I sort of prepare her
ain't she been bawling, though? 1 tell can't be no real sin, I suppose, until af-: like; it won't take but a minute," she
you what 'tis, Liz, if a fellow wants to ter knowledge is born. Uive me that continued, as the impatient man would
Know uie secrets oi lainiiien, an nc nas i letter!" nave rusiied tn.
J. I Atkinon Notary Public.
T. rkf Vvnnnur.n,. 1
1. W. Wakefield. TrEEIW A FIRST-CLASS BOARDING HOUSE
j Jv lor the accommodation of people who pre-
n lll...!..... U I n rc. fill..-, num.- n. 1. 117 t-.fi. ..-... i. vi . ....,
mMIISUH, WUUUWdlU & L-U., j Terms moderate. t.lympla.W.T. nStf.
VllaCalifnrnla Hook and Job PrlntlnsOmce,
aci i aiiionun street.
Sun Fninclsco, June 1, 1871. J
Dr. A. M. IirjKi t Co.: For several years I
have bMti suljcct to rheumatism In iny right
arm and shoulder, remleiinir me unable In
work. On a recurrence of the attack some
time since, I was Induced to try your "Unk
Weed Remedv," ami the result was a iierfcet
cure In a few day. I took only fuo-thlnls ol
Uie contents of one bottle. My firm belief Is
that the lnk" Is a certain cure for rheuma
tism In till its forms, mid I would heartily ree-! Property and Collection of Rents, looking after
Lite Atkinson 4. 'Woodward.)
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
XO. 102 FRONT STREET,
HAVE FOR SALE FARMS AND UNIM
pp.vmt Ijittsts in Oregon and Washfiigton
Tl""rrilOICE CITY PROPERTY, for Sale
and to Kent, . . .
sv aitf-nd t Rnyint ami Selllnc Real Estate
In l Itv nml VMit.tr s-
soecial aifrnmn kivoii io u irmnmt o
got to do is to turn peddler." i Florv. with a wistful look in her i
"Aim lie," auuetl J.iz, punching the l brown eyes, passed over the document,
anu In a moment more it was a maze
under the boiler.
clothes in tlie boiler with such force as
as to send the scalding suds in Dick's
immediate neighliorhood, causing said
gontieman to change ins quarters with
out loss of time.
"Say, now, what la It that ails the gal,
Liz? I won't say a word about it to any
body. If I do, shoot me."
"How long did you say you'd been
traveling round this country?" asked
Liz, with a comical twinkle of her com
"Nigh about twelve years. Why?"
"Because it seems to me pretty near
time that you should a learnt that wim
lnen folks is wimmcn folks; and when
you'll find me a woman that don't have
her crying spells, I'll find you a tin pesl
dfer that minds his own business."
"Thnnk ye, marm," replied Dick,
drvlv. "Ilave a queer sort of an idee.
somehow, that last remark was intended
All uay, Liz. Hope the next
"Oh, Liz, you got back how glad I
am! It's been awful loneKme here.
Where have vou been ?"
"Wal. I had a little errand about Mr.
It was vcrv nlain to tlie watchful Liz Moi-eland. I wanted to find out whether
that a storm was brewing, which tiireat- well, you see, whether he was married I ?"1,f 'Sy Y '"' '"U "i V"" 1
ened to bring tilings to a crisis without or not, and I liml out lie ain't. I yours mruiiy X il shipley.
"Liz! Liz: l.izi who tola you? Speak ,
quick, dear old Liz. or I'll elioko vou lo . Oriifleate from Hon. A. J. Ihifttr, ex-Presl-
ommend all afflicted with that dreadful dis
ease to trv j our -Ib-med" ami tie cured.
JNO. R. .McLANE.
frti0ealeof A. R. Shipley, Eso,., special eon
trilHitor to the "Willamette Farmer," and sec
retary of the Oregon Horticultural Society:
Osweco, OreRon, March 25, 1S7I.
lr. A. M. Lorycn: Some tour weeks ago I was
entirely prostrated with rheumatism; In fact I
was almost helpless. I sent lo you for one lo
ounce bottle of the "TnkWeed Remedy," by
the use of which I fxncricnfcd almost Imme
diate relief, and by the time the bottle was i
(tone mo nieuniiiii.nl was cone prom my
own exerlence,nnd from wliat I have hennl
Ib-mir and Pavment of xes on l'roisnty In
our liands when desired.
IiCKal lepers written ami CEmjWHsjtTHenis
LOANS NEGOTIATED on Real Estate Se
curity, turtles Imvlni; Money to IiOfm are In-
ited lo Kivc u a call.
nlMf ATKINSON, AVOODWAKD A CO.
JAMES F. BROWN,
Attorney, Counsellor at Law and
NOT ART PUBLIC.
EUGENE CITY OREGON
Consultations In tlie Enslish, French, Ger
man ttrei Jiotianu laiicnaaes. ny.
AS OPENED A L.VRGE AND CHOICE As
At 71 First Kt, bet. "WashliiKtou t Stark,
Next door to Ladd &. Tilton's Bank,
And hopes by attention to business and prompt
ness In executing orders to meet a share of patronage.
Two nrst-ciass milliners wanted immediate
ly. To tlrst-class hands highest wages paid.
Also two small Rirls wanted as apprentices.
Apply at the storc,71 First street, immediately.
cirnid Sim. 11. Oct thnt Fnt CliIcItcnr"5W
'1TriIY. DONT YOV KNOW? SnE GOT
Oregon Steam Navigation Co's Notice.
where they keep all kinds of Fresh Poul
try, Gnme and Fish, and receive hy every
steamer a splendid assortment of California
N. 1L Coiisisnments from the countn- solic-
loss of time. Never was a "work got
out" witli such speed. The day passed
on, dinner and tea were over. Liz's
clothes had been brought in and nieely
folded down, when Flory ran hastily
into tlie kitchen, saying:
"Liz, father has sent for me in tlie
slttlnc-room. and I do wish you could
come in some way. I'm so afraid I shall i
give in if you arc not there to strengthen
"I'll dodge in after awhile," said Liz.
"Keep a stiff upper lip and make a good
fight. No father and mother has any
right to command a child to marry a
man she don't love. The Lord (Jod Al
iniglit is on your side, Plory Avery!
.ow go along ami nenave yourseii."
At tills juncture Liz opened the noreli
door, and with a burst of tears which
the poor old soul couldn't control an
other moment, sobbed out
What's the use of going on. Flora
was in the gentleman's arms, of course,
and the whole affair was lovingly anil
lent of the Orecon Slate A Ericullur.il Sisflety ,
and author of "statistics of Oregon:" j
East Portland, April 1, 1S71. .
Ih-. A. M. Loryen Co.: I was allllcted Willi a ,
severe attack of chronic rheumatism; was con
II lied lo mv bed most of the time from Jauuary
lo July, when I ums! the Unk Weed and It
cured me up. A. J. DUFUR.
Certificate from James Rybcc, the celebrated
stork-Krowcr and "Kins of the OreKon Turf:'
Snuvle's Inland. Januarr 11. 1S7I.
To Dr. A. M. Iirycn .t Co.: Tills Is toacknowl-
HENDEE'S PHOTOGRAPHIC ROOMS,
S. V. Cor. Morrison nml rirst Sis..
PORTIA XD. OREGON.
DKTFRES taken In all the latest ami most
J Improved styles, anil not Inferior lo ) on
llie const. Work welt done and completed In
side of twenty-four hour. -
iw-Rahihi ANiiCitll.nBBS should be brought
In lietween the hoiirsof WaiidS,alwaysdmted
in llsht i-I Hhes. M
When, ft few days after, Dick Sanders i re Uie eincacy of ,ur "Unk eed Remeiiy.
millml nn In lbo ilnnr 1 W'a innrpiiiin..i i Oregon Rheumatic Cure." I was atlllcled
puiien up to mo uoor, i.lz s niernment r,,r months with a very serious attack of in-
was entirely beyond control, and when 1 llammat.irv rlif-tniintlsm.anil tried nearlv all
ho commenced to rehearse the storv ofiof jM"ed 'heumatic remmiies without
tlio lo.l i.enrl it l.n c.c.i.. , iiin"' relief licrcelvahle. I then trie.1 your
the lost tin-cart it can be safely said Reinedy,aii.litsuseresulte.iiiithcmosthiippy
that 110 SIICll penis of laughter ever cell- ! elleets a perfect cure. Truly yours.
time I'm round you'll be better na-' Ay, that was a stormy scene. Farmer, oetl through the old farm house before
Vnt'su-nnlsniiuTi TI.p ,1 1 i'01?! , ,, "rn,'y i,CCM,M U,ml 1 0r,?,,l,?e 1,1 ... Certificate from the well-known m.-rchanl,
2ol a word answered J.iz. ine ietl- , daughter should marry the man he had ; "I hetird those bells with my own . o. w. weaver, Esq.:
dlor jumped into his cart and drove i selected, was as hard and cold as stone. ears, Dick Sanders, and I never hcanl i Tho Dalles, May 2, lsri.
aWay; and in and out of the suds went IJittcr word fell from his Hps words 'em ring so fast leforc. Do vou believe I .DrAM rj have uhi the -unk
unifd vTrnfTnint Tn'to The I lWVW lw C"W ln$Wft Vl" r , i r t , SS
ungainly form Keeping time to the ter. "Colly! no, Liz; I should be afraid of rheumatism, it enrol moortimi disease. My
huiuiv mm uciiuni. I1IU2 ic vi iuc luuumg "no you ittiiiK," saiu nc, "iinti i am 1 my siinuow u l tun. You uon t believe hukics inuccu, an my joints
noarti. going to iermit you to go puling around j in 'em, do you, Liz?"
"Oh, lie's gone! I am so glad!" And the house like asick kitten, because you I "There was the spirit of a woman in
now the graceful figure came softly out arc wicked enough, mean enough, to be ! that tin-cart, Dick Sanders, as true n
again and crept close to tlie bide of the in love with a married man ? ! you're alive, chasing after a man. I'd city c. mi dit'rtrti m.'i-
ii i . . "u" ,"ii I'""" " " mumvw i iniiij; iu .iiiiiiiivii oi . i East Portland Vnrll 10 ls-1
"I want you to read my IeUer, Liz man ?" inquired Liz, with such strange Dick left. 1 Dr. a. m. Loryen a Co.: i have been aiiiicted
the one I have just written him." earnestness in her voice Hint Florv, - , for several years jmst with "weakness in the
" Well, wWs him? 'Hiere are two on enueht her breath, and grew mlc anil . I ...U,,VI,i,i.".d.!:'J?.1"? :..rJ.'f.u.!i1,",.!e
'cm, you know,"' replied Liz quietly, I crimson hy turns,
and with grout self-possession. "I saw it in the liewspniier witii mv
were swollen and very painful.
- O. W.
Certificate from Hon. Nat. If. 1j ,! Pilot
! Commissioner of Orceon.and a mrmliernr the
"Yos, Liz," and now the beautiful
brown eyes again overflowed, and tlie
sobbing child drew still nearer as she
"liut there is only one I could write
to, of course, even if I knew where he
was," with an accent on tlie jH?rsoiml
pronoun that told its own story.
"Then what you mean to tell me is
that you have just written a letter to
"Wal, go on."
"Don't look at me, Liz, while I rend
it. I just said this. You know how
rather and mother have been taking on
lately cnlinig me undutiful, and head
strong aud obstinate, and saving that I
tl?.t,0,beak t,,eir hearts-?"
u i this in tho letter?" quoried Liz.
know ' ,wm Tyin th5s to yu- You
- Sfo;tejt,srv,'8r,,,,rai 1,119
since" s,v months well, ever
comes in." "er re anybody
"Dear friend Hiram
lously from the sweet h'r Cme lremu-
"Hump!" grunted lT'
"What else could I v ., ,
Florv. despairinsl v. ..Ti 5 Jl4 .PO0.r
Isn't he ? " "'J ,rleul,
iThnt. denenrla nratt.. .
idea of a friend. "My friend do, !t
uicuk ".v. uuui suilerin i
If ho can; and if he can't, bears it with
me, carrying as much of the burden as
God will let him. No friend will over
ask a woman to marry him the second
time after he has been once refused."
. "But, Liz"
"There are no buts in the case."
"Love makes men bold and sometimes
recklevi. You must think of that."
"Love never docs no eucb thing,"
"Wal," said Liz, quaintly, "I saw in
the newspaper tiieotiierdny that 'Squire
Bill Avery was wortli $75,000, and 1
hcanl that same 'Squire Avery swear it
was tho biggest lie that over was told."
"That's neither here nor there," roared
tho farmer. "I've made up mv mind,
and FJory must make up hers. It is !
Himm fccoville or no home here any
"No home here any more?" moaned
"That's what I said. To-morrow
morning will be time enough to give
"And you, mother?" said the poor
child, dashing the tears fiom her eyes.
"We know what is for your best
ood, Flory. I quite agree witli your , ",'Vi XT
1 ('HILDRirN. "I like children." lie ' "?"l'nl.'y ere STins.tliNillr.n. hy the use
. said to n,c one day at the table. "I like oren lulEnStf
l 'cm, and respect 'em. l'rotty much all relieved, and I rhccrnilly recommend it us a
1 the honest truth-tcliiug there is in the
most valuable and elfectlve remedy.
NAT. II. LANE.
world is done by them. Do you know
tlinv lilnv t!ir n.irL in tun limisitliolil ' Certificate from Hon. (Silicon TllilMtts
which the king's jester, who very often j '"l'"nhe city council or East Portland:
Ii'td -i niiL'htv Ion" head under Ids ram .... East Portland, April 7, IsTI.
J , '.,,"'mi .'""o , L i ,,,,uer ,,,! P Dr. A. M. U.rjcn Co.-;ents: This is to In
and bells, Used to play for a monarch? foim you that 1 have used your'-fnk Wisj.1"
There's HO radical club like a neat of lit- j lornciirahilaaiid rheumatic pains, and found
Mi. fnlL-u in i iniiverv Dill vnn nvnr ! n'"el "'' ,lf H"'" otle "'tl'.aiiil rail
lie lolhS 111 a lllirseri. JJIU JOU Cer n-commend Ittothosc In neel ofsucharcin-
wateh a baby's fingers .' I have, often . iy. Yours, oideon thihetts.
enough, though I never know what it i , , . , ,
? ' ,n,.-sr... .. i Certlfleiile from Hon. E. 1 Oulnibv. ex-
was to own one. luu Jinster imuseii county Commissioner of Multnomah cmitity.
Imiwterand Wlm)-le Denier in
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
Hats and Gents KriiNisinxo Goods,
Ijtdlrs" nml Misses"
TRIMMMED AND I'NTKIMMED HATS AND
Frames, RmUs, Cords. Ornainenbs Flower.
Ribbons, Trlmmin?, etc.
Dress Goods White Goods, Yankee Xo
Ladies' Cloaks, CIoaK Trim
OATS OF THK COMPANY WILL LEAVE
Portland as mllows :
For The Holies:
Dally .Sunday, executed) at 5 o'clock A. M.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at S o'clock
Daily at Vi o'etoek a. h.
S7 J. C. A LNSWORTII, Presldont.
101. Mill l'ltmiti'E, Fitrns and vegetables.
Comer of Thlnland AVashlnirton streets (op-
iMistte Preshvterian Churehl. Portland. Orecon.
tioodsdelivored lo all parts of the city FREE
OF CHARGE. nl
lIt. 1L It. FREEIVNH,
(fVTK OF SAN FRANCISCO,)
E 3NT T I S 1?
ROOM NO. TWO, DEKUMS' RCILDINU,
Cor. First and "Washington Sts., Tortland.
. . . ..... . ssmnT An "VT T? C
L&OO &. XILT'O W- ilVractleeinSflii FrancW.'lfeelcompttcnt
Nitrous Oxide administered.
Rev. Wm. Roberts, Jndse O.
Duniway, of the NEW Noktmwkst.
N. Dennv. Dr.
Dickson. Messrs Qulmhyand l"erKin.s, anu
niK iitiiiiirnv. oi uiceii, .wimmw..
TEI-OSITS RECEIVED AND ACCOUNTS
J keot sublect to ciieck on draft.
INTliltHfrf allon-e.! on TIME DEPOSITS or
TltrsfT KCNDS. In sums of ONE DOLLAR
AND UPWARDS from date ordcposlL
MONEY IA)ANED on approved security.
llonds. Stocks and other -aloabIes received
on deposit Tor saft keeplnsr.
OilleeUoiut made and proceeds promptly re
mitted. . . ...
Investments In Real Estate and other prop
erty made for parties.
Sight and Telerrahle Exchange on San Fran
cisco and the Atlantic States for sale.
(ioveminent Securities liought and sold.
Agent mr the transaction of all kinds of Fi
nancial and Trust lntsluess. nl
THE ELLENDAIJ-: WOOLEN
Xot a wonl was spoken.
A few moments after Flory and Liz
met again in the kitchen.
"What are you going to do about it?"
inquired Liz, in a most matter-of-fact
"I am going to pack my trunk to
night and get ready to leave this house
to-morrow," replied tho almost dis
IvlHe?" y" Wn,t marri IIiran' Sco-
me Vnti 1 n,ov5 n,arr5' Hiram-so help
.e,all,er in Heaven!"
two, and t f?? ,.UJ for nn " or
considerable W0Tnld? t,havo U bur for
self on themplesC,CU,at0 10 'Proa,, "J"
L5'hall I i,aVc to sit here a U)c UmtJi
"Well, I guess you'd better. The
I half a minute or so, sighed perhaps at Oregon
thinking what he had missed in uie
looked up at me a little vacantly. I
saw what was the matter; he had lost
the thread of his talk.
"Baby's fingers," I intercalated.
"Yes. ves. Did you ever see how they
will poke those wonderful little fingers
every ioki anu craci; anu
A Full Stock of JllankcU, Yarns, lim
vrr, Tweed find Gttfimerrn
LATEST .STYLES I!Y EVERY STEAMER.
crevice they can get at? That is their
first education feeling their way into
the solid facts of the material world.
When they begin to talk, it is tiie same
thing over agaiu in another shape. If
there is a crack or a flatv in your answer
to the shoulder-hitting questions, they
will poke and poke until they havo got
it gaping just as tho baby's fingers have
made a rent out of the atom of a hole in
his pinafore that your old eyes never
took notice of. Then they make such
fools of us by copying on a small scale
what we do in a grand manner." Br.
O. HI Holme, in Atlantic Monthly.
A Fennsylvanian who married his
second wifo indecently soon after tho
funeral of the first, was visited with a
two hours' serenade In token of disap
proval. Ho expostulated pathetically
thus: "I say, boys, you ought to be
ashamed of yourselves to bo making so
much noise ven dare vaa a ftiueml here
Easf Portland. Anril 1. 1S71.
Dr. A. M. Ir-ea & Co.: I haveiiMxl the "ITnk
Weed Remedy' and am sntlstled It Is a vnlua ,
hie medicine. It regulates and Invigorates the
system. This Is my exiericnce with the Rem- I
edy. Truly yours, E. L. QL'IMBY. !
Certificate from the celebrated musician,
i rou uno t leuxicmps;
Oregon Musical Institute, l
Portland, May "'. 1S71. f
Dr. A. M Iiryea A Co.: I was attacked with
severe Inflammatory rheumatism, sufferlne
great pain, and was so prostrated that I was
unable to tend to my business. I used one bot
tle of your "Unk Weed Remedy, or Oregon
Rheumatic Cure," nml wis entirely cured by
itnlotie. OTTO VIEUTCTEMPS.
PUT UP IN TEN-OUNCE BOTTLES,
One Dollar nnd I'lfly Cents per Bottle.
PREPARED AT THE
OREGON MEDICAL LABORATORY,
. XOItYJEA: S CO.
EAST PORTLAND,' OREGON.
awFon Sale bv all Drcoois re.
WnsliInton St., bcl. Second and Thinly
y n. IIATTCCK. C KII.I.I
SJIATTIICII A HII.MX,
Attor ti'c y k - n t -T-, w .
OFFICE ROOM NO. 1, DEKUM-S RUILI-
jtng, nrsl street, Portland, orexon. nitr
GIVES LESSONS OH THE PIANO AT THE
Residences of Pupils,
'PERMS REASON A1IIJJ.
?ZIt.S. S. J. ItCMSEY,
PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE PAINTER,
FOUND IN HER STUDIO, on the
. riAN RE
1 j Kj thi
i J tnirtt nooroi uoroeit's .ewiuiiiiiiB,iivii
. Vtl . V. till 4 1 t IllMl'tl iluv
I OrLUSSONH GIVEN IN LAXnSCAFR PAtNT-
A SO. I. ARTICLE or
- iftn CAKES,
OTT GooiU delivered to any part of the cltv
THE CLOTHING STORE!
THE FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE
WIIJl'SEWJEVHRYTHING NEEDED IN
aflimlly.from.lhttllsavtflit to the Light
est fabric. ' rr' - "
It Does ?Iore Work.
More Kinds ofW'ork.
IS THE PLACE WHERE
Roys' nml Youth'.- ClothluS.
Fnmishirifj Goods, Hats and Caps,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
113 Front .street, Porilnbd.
Harris & Prager.
.lutl netfrt- tforb
n'in any ojhr anwhlmv
Ifthere is a Florence Sewlns Maehine within
one thousand miles nfSan Francisco not work
ing well or giving entire satisfaction, If I am
Informed of it, It will be attended to without
ejcpcne ofany kind to the owner.
NAM DEL HILL, Asent,
19 New Montgomery St.,
GrJiHt Hotel Bulldln",
sod FoicicrrijLju .txn .iptiis op woks.
Active Agents Wanted Everywhere,