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FRIDAY ..NOVEMBER 22, 1872.
Utile and wllid. nnd poor afid shy.
Willi a downcast look in her Mft gray eye;
No scornful toss ol n queenly head;
Hut a drooping bend of the head Instead; .
No ringing laugh aud no dancing feet,
No subtle wiles and alwndon sweet.
No Jewels eo-.ll-, ik garments fine
She is nobody's darling bnt mine!
"TVvllr Varden" cooueUlsh airs:
No litch-ueeled booth to th row her down stairs;
No ystchlng Jacket and nautical style,
With a bailor hat that the calls her "Met"
But "I-ady" Is stamped upon her quiet brow;
And she crept Into my hesirt 1 can't tell how;
Not made to dazxle not burn to shine
Nobody' nobody" darling but mine!
No saucy, ravishing, KtrlU.li grace.
Hut a nettled calm on the sweet, iale ftiee;
No sparklWg chatter and repartee;
Very silent and still Is she.
White and still my pearl of pearl,
Yet she seemeth to me the queen of girls;
It'll. 1 1 .A T Mint Ati..
For she's nobody's nobody's darling Irtit
She would lose her charm and become less
'Were ring; to shine on those angers small.
They could not add to their grace at all;
She wnuld Intrn tn smile and sneak bv rule.
In the foolish book of Dame Fashion's seliool
And the world to spoil Iier would soon com
Now she's nobody's darling but mine!
Tuo day has come when tlx cooing dove
Croons to his mate a song ot love;
When nature stirs, and Hie copses ring.
In all thejoyance of dawning sprimr.
The day has come when 1 dare to up If,
To watch the blush on the once iiale cheek,
To whisiier low on Saint Valentine,
"Ikirllng! Nobody's Darling but mine!"
Milly Uore's Letter.
UV MAItV KIXE pallas.
I'm Aunty GuiiterT Job Gunter Is my
liusbaml. We keep the Anchor Port
post office and a store, and sell groceries
and garden sass, calico, shoes, and med
icines, like other folks in our line, when
anybody asks for 'em.
"When a ship comes in, and the sailors
come home to their wives and mothers,
trade grows brisk. The housekeepers
do their best, and the raisins and dried
currants and cgs and butter go of! fine
ly, and it's worth while to lay in- rib
bons for the girls, and smoking tobacco
and long pipes for the men.
Jack aud wages make old Anchor
Port brisk for a while, but at last he
sails away, and all the women seem to
ask for will be letters letters, letters,
letters when they have a right to ex
pect them, and when they haven't all
It's "Please, Aunty Gunter, look over
them aud see if there aren't one for me;"
and it's "Please, Aunty Gunter, it might
have got mixed upand overlooked some
how;" often and often God help the
poor souls! after Jack lies at the bot
tom of the sea, and nothing will ever
reach them but the news of his ship
wreck. But plenty of letters come after
all, and sometimes we have to read them
for the folks, Job and T, aud we do get
to Know sometmng m tucir lives.
Milly Moro could read and write her
self, but still I always knew when she
had a letter front Will Massett. I knew
it by the handwriting, and I knew it by
her blushes, aud by that happy look in
her face. When ho came home she
bought ribbons aud bits of lace by the
apronful; and I knew where the pack
aces of candy that lie boucht were to no
to. And I used to keep Job from fishing
uown in raiman's creek ol aiternoons,
because I knew that was where Milly
and Will liked to walk. Courting time
comes but once m a lifetime, anil 1 al
waya like to see it prosper.
At last he sailed away, second mate
of the Golden Dovo; and when lie came
back from that voyage they were to be
It was a sad day when that ship
sailed. Mrs. Captain ltawdou aud her
girls were cryingon the shore. Twenty
women from the Port and five from the
Hill were there to see her set sail.
It was a grim, gray day, and the voy
age was to be a long one.
It was under our old sycamore that
Will took Milly to his breast.
"Don't fret, darling!" he said, "I'll
come back safe aud sound. I couldn't
drown now; I've too much to live for."
Poor boy! in spite of that, the Golden
Dove went down in mid-seas, and only
three men reached Anchor Port to tell
how Captain Itawdon and the rest were
lost, at dead of night, iu a most woeful
Captain Kincaid brought the news up
to Mrs. Itawdon. He stopped at our
store to tell about it. A nice old man.
A bachelor still, at fifty-eight, anil as
handsome, witli his white hair and red
cheeks, as a picture.
That was twelve months ago, the
night I went into tliestoro to sort things
out, as I always did Saturday nights.
Through the week Job used to get every
thing mixed up letters in my tea
boxes, candles in the letter box, eggs
where they oughtn't to be, and all the
place askew. It was a warm autumn
night, and Captain Kincaid's vessel was
in port, and wo had plenty of custom.
Job served the peoplo while I tidied up.
I found half the last mail in a sugar box,
and clothes pins in the ground coflec
canister, and I just dumped them out.
"Gather up your letters, Job," said I.
"What possesses you, old man?"
And he laughed, and piled 'cm tip.
And I made a vow to mysolf that I'd
keep the sugar box full after that, so
that ho shouldn't use It for the mail.
I had twenty-four pounds of sugar
known as "collee crushed," because it
was nrenared esnec.In.llv tn ns in ir
That was tho linest sugar Anchor Hill
folks often bought, though I had a little
cut and Jiowdercd by me, in cose Mrs.
Itawdon, or Mrs. Dr. Spcer, or the min
ister's lady should scud iu; and I took
the paper up and ti 1 ted i t o ver the japan
ned box, pouring it in in a nice smooth
stream, when who should come running
into the shop but Milly More. She was
not dressed carefully, and her eyes were
red with crying.
Siic asked for some tea, and while Job
was weighing it, she whispered to me:
"Oh! Aunty Gunter, have you looked
to-day ? Isn't there a letter from Will?
He said lie couldn't die. I don't feel as
if he could die. Mightn't lie write, after
all? Do look."
"My pet," says I, "it's a year ago that
tllO Goldnn Tlnvrt ieii I .Inieti If len'f
likely. And He don't lot those live that
want to, always,
but I'll loot J
It isn't likely, dear,
the ,eltcrs " "'J' hand one by
Xd , U,em would niakc ''carts
mhthmriU,e rf,,,u" were up that
vim iLer T' but f lok her into mv
there. 1,arlor,and ade her si t do wn
I talked as good as I could to her buf
what good does talking do? ' ut
"Oh, Aunty." said she, "I know it
seems as if I was a fool; but I waked un
hoping this morning. I j01lt ben'
he is gone. I can't, I can't."
"When the baby died-the only one
we ever had I thought I never Miould
believe it," said I. "But I had Job; and
you have your mother and sister,
At this she burst info tears, and put
her head on my knee.
"I must tell you," said she. "They
want me to marry Captain Kincaid.
He's courting me. He Ml in love with
jut the night he brought the news to
iug and heard it all. Oh, how cruel to
fall iu love with a poor girl at sucli a
time! And he asked me to be his wife.
And mother aiuijFrinnyj shall always
nave a nome, ne bays, ami you kuow
howipoor we are, J.nd they're angry at
mcjfor.saying no.; ,5ud how can I, how
canOSvheU luy'lTearfiis iu the sea witli
"Ganlain Kincaid!" I said, and I
couldn't say any more: she" took' my
oreatuaway. cue was a uicc, preuy
giri; ujut-iiic uapiainwos ricii,.eiegani
and 'stylish!. An old family he came of,
too. "irwos au honor for Milly Jiore.
"Not just yet," said T, after a while.
'Perhaps you'll feel better. He's old, I
know, but lie's a splendid man."
"You too!" said she. "You too!
Nobody understands. It isn't as if I
had made up my mind like all the rest.
Will will always be a living man to my
mind. I don't think anyone ever loved
but me. ' Nobody understands no
body." I kissed her and coaxed her; and I
said no word about her changing her
mind, but for all that I kept thinking of
it in a kind of maze.
"Captain Kincaid! such a gentleman
as that! Old as he was, could she fail
to see the honor?"
But when I told Job, says lie:
"Jerusalem! a young, pretty girl like
Milly! Why don't he go after some
widder or an oldish gal ? Milly is too
young for liini. Poor Will! What ft
pity! They jest suited each other."
I couldn't help it though. Mrs. Cap
tain Kincaid would have things that
Milly More could never dream of: silk
dresses and velvet cloaks, jewelry, and
stuffed chairs in her best rooms, a sliver
ice-pitcher if she chose, like Sirs. Cap
tain ttawuon. sue uncut nave a car
riage, too, and a pair of ponies. And I
liked Milly, aud wouldn't have envied
her luck one bit; aud I didn't wonder at
Mrs. More and Fanny.
Once havinc civen me her confidence.
Milly didn't ston: and Mrs. More came
over to talk about it, too, until at last I
iainy up ami slued witn tuc old iauy.
"Milly." says I. "Will is cone, and
you aren't his widow, to wear weeds all
your life not that many do, if they can
help it, seems to me and Captain Kin
caid is as good as man can be, and you'll
be happy with him. You can't help
loving him as much as there's any need
fter that she stopped talkiug much
to me. She used to cive me strance
looks though. I knew all about it. I
Knew mat lier Heart was m tne sea; but
Will was gone, aud why should she re
fuse what Providence otlered?
Tho Captain staid at the port tlireo
mouths, and at last wc worried her into
promising to be his wife old Mrs. More,
Fanny and I. She just gave up at last.
"it don't matter inuci), alter nil," sue
said. "I must be going out of my mind,
for I never cau stop watching and hop
ing. I shall die soon, I suppose,
wnctuer l marry .or not."
After that 6he never spoke of Will.
and Mrs. More told me she was engaged;
aim sue wore a uiamonu ring upon her
linger, ami tne uay ueiore tne snip
sailed she was to marry Captain ICin-
caid, so that she might go to l'tirope
A year and thice months since the
Golden Dove went down. Well, no one
can tell what changes a little while will
bring. I used to hope tliat I hadn't had
much hand in it after all, when I
thought it over, and remembered poor
Will, and how he took her iu Ills arms
under the sycamore.
But then, you see, Mrs. More's sight
had failed, so that she couldn't do line
sewing, and Fanny wasn't of much ac
count except to look at. It wasaliard
life that lay before Milly. It was good
for her to marry Captain Kincaid, and
have rest and comfort; wasn't it?
"To-morrow Is the wedding," said I
to Job. "It's going to be in the church.
Miss Salsbury is finishing my silver
gray poplin. It sets splendid. We'll
havefJen Barns in to keep store, and go,
won't we? You'll like to see Milly oil;
won't you ?"
"I wisli it was Will Massett," says
"Poor Will," says I, and I went on
tidying, though it was a Friday. I
should be so busy next day. I got out
my bur paper or sutrar. and I uot down
my japanned sugar box, never empty
since that day I filled It up, And then
Job, sorting the letters, looks up at me.
vNcver begrudged you anything so
much as I do that box," says he. "Best
thing I ever put the mail into. This
here wooden tiling with aslide is a pesky
"Iaw me!" says T, "if I'd knowed you
wanted it you should have had it. I
didn't think you had any plan in it; jest
stick 'em anywhere, I thought you
would. I'll empty the box; I've got
one that'll do. Aud I'm glad you spoke
before I filled it up."
So with that I spread a big paper on
the counter aud emptied out the sugar.
It had packed a little, and came out in
a sort of cake. There it laid, white and
shiny, and on top of it, white and shin
ier laid a letter a, letter with aship mark
upon it, and this superscription:
"Miss Milly More, Anchor Port,
Maine, United States of America."
Three months ago poor stupid! I
had emptied my best colTee crushed in
upon it, and there it was.
Three months ago she had como down
to me and asked for a letter, mil I'd
thought her half crazy; and I'd have
given more money than there was in
the till to have dared to tear that letter
open on me spot and read It, though 1
know lltn li,wl ic AVIlt A r t ,..
------ ' a.uui .-I f 1 IU liUKUlt g.
"This can't wait," says I.
"rNo," says Job, "it cai
CHi't Willi Hint
L-uimig coming on to-morrow."
ii Thc,..1 ,&.t?MKK,..an,l "ouBht Let It
Ho until it is called for, aud she'll lie
Mrs. Cant. Kincaid. with imr tiu-
her velvets, and her fine house and her
carnage, ail the same. This comes
irum usmp-wrecKcu sailor, poorer now
than when he went away.
"l'eriiaps I'd better wait until
wedding is over," said I.
And my old man came across
room and put his arm around
".Nancy," says lie. "vou and T
vounjr folks once. I used to think
tiling was better man money and fine
doings then. And though wc old folks
may get a little hard though to bo up
in tne worm seems so mucn, anu all
that old sweetness so silly, why. it will
come back sometimes. You remember
how lie kissed her there under the syca
more; and Nancy, wo wouldn't wait
until after the wedding, cither of us."
I put my arms about Job's neck, and I
Ktsseu uim; anu men l got on my sun
bonnet and ran over to Mrs. More's.
Captain Kincaid was there. I stood
at the door with my letter behind my
"Won't vou walk in?" says Mrs.
I I haven't time," says I. "It'sonly
au errand. It's a little singular. -Milly,
there's a a"
..r'.'i' lcllcr! y letter!" cried Milly.
'It lias come at last!"
How she knew itr Heaven knows.
She hadn't had a glimpse of it
" was the old sailor's story; a ship
ccrla?esert lsIanJ wretched months
if '"""Ping for succor, and a sail at
7.5' , ci "utwani bound Had
P.h5d.. ,!m,up- would be home In
how can I wait?"
And then says I:
"Milly, forgiveapooroldstupid goose.
That letter has been lying under my
best coffee crushed three months and a
day. And there's a vessel iu the ofliing
So' it teas Will after all; and Job and I
wont in flio wrxMlnif with happy hearts.
And no need to pity Captain Ivincald
either, for he married Fanny More be
fore the year was over. Ledger.
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atrord to have recourse to an Impure
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potential voice of the people can be
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ballot. For an elector to sell his vote,
therefore, Is for him insomuch as one In
dividual can, to murder his country.
There is not a voter in the land so poor
that the sale of ids vote does not make
him poorer. There Is no elector -so
great, so strong, that he can really af
ford to purchase a vote. It is in politics
the unpardonable sin. The ptinishmeut
would not be too severe if the elector
who sold his vote once were forever
disfrancheil from the exercise of the
priceless right What gives cheap gov
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JR7 THOMAS SMITH, rroprletoi.
MILK. vrilASI IIKNUEI
CLAIRVOYANT & MAGNETIC MEDIUM,
Congress Ilnll, Itnsli Street,
Between Calirmin ,.! -vrnnimnr.-
Room , second floor. Circles Thursday anJ
............j vt.-iiiiigs. fH.'nnccs ior uusincss.
PRIVATE BOARDIHG HOUSE.
AI.rtEItT A. MANNING
TT'EEPS A Firt!sTr.AR.s! liriA iiTirvn irniTsii;
J. for the accommodation or peoplo who pre-
ic-i it iuivi uume io tne coniusion ol a noiei,
Terms moderate, olympla, W.T. n2itf.
THE CLOTHING STORE!
JU THE PLACE WIERE
GENTS' CUSTOM-MADE CLOTHING,
Hoys mill Y'ontlis' ('101111117,
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FiuTusiBg.j(Goods, tHats and Caps,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Etc., Etc., Ktc,
CiVX BE HAD AT )
Sail ITi'aiieisco Prices -
; f?iA 1.4tWW ' QA T!48TJ?a
Harris .& Prager. r .
D E IS-'X' ST. "
ROOM NO. WO.kDEKUJK'.TJCILDING,
Cr. First nnd Washington Sts.-Portland.,
HAVING HAD A NUMBER OP YEARS'
practice In San FrancIsco.I fceIcoinetenl
to do First Class. Workn all Dental Opera
Katlswctlon paranteed. rr o J r TJ
NltrousOxideadmliilstercd.' " ' J-- -
References) : '
Rev. Wm. Roberts, Judge O. N. Denny, Drr
Dickson. .Messrs uiiimoy ami rerKius, anil
Mrs. Dunlway.of theNEW Nohtuweut. nl
UNK WEED REMEDY.
; Mi,.'. 9Uj .'10 .H'
THE UNK WEED REMEDY,:
Orogon Rheumatic Cure.
iv is criMpnsF.ri nw tupj
lliaSDllim I 'irlnt.itinrff.!nfc. rit.Ttiilfnnnntia
rectly In Washington county.
H PROPERTIES, ETC.: 5 -
It contain an rkififf'oIaTlie Principle,
extract;! by Kiher, and a bitter Tonic Prin
ciple. MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USES:
.IJLH.-... i r.yt. r. :n-
iii most Hire and speedy cure ror
..... ........ i. ,, iiiicumaiic i.out ami Kiieumaiic
lMlnsot all kinds that wasever Introduced Into
'J'.sVMaterla ileillca. The1 UNIC.WEED BEM
Kin .aspreparetl by lis. In consequence or the
existing bitter principle, possesses the neces-
rj wrme oi being a
Promoting the Appetlto and Invigorating the.
whole Digestive Appuratus, thus bulldnm up
and strengthening- tu Rvstnm. riiit nt tii
same time the volatile principle, being ab
sorbed in the bl.xd, acts specifically on the
Rheumatic Poison, removing It from the clreit-
liiiiuii uiiu 13 stem.
There are jWrcmedleskiiawnto the Medical
Profession which will remove the Rheumatic
Poison rrom the blood, but whose action Is so
powerful In depressing the system or tho al
ready enfeebled Rheumatic patient, that their
use has to be abandoned before specific effects
are obtainable, and hence the want or success
In treating this prcalcnt and consequently
heretofore Incurable disease. Unllku these
medicines, already known, the UNK WEED
RKMEDY.nlthoujth producing as active and as
powerru! etrects on the blood nnd system In re
moving the Rheumatic Poison, also possesses a
strong Tonic nnd Recuperating Element which
admits of its continued use even by the most
delicate and debilitated. Thus we have the
combination ror the first time of these two
necessary elements In one remedy, which ac
count ror Its superior and nevcr-falllngeurative
eirects in Rheumatism, Rheumatic Gout nnd
Rheumatic Pains of nil kinds.
N. It. The UNK WEED REMEDY Is partic
ularly APPLICABLE TO LADIES, In conse
quence of lUTonlc Qualities.
Wo are aware of the fact that It is generally
an en-sy matter to procure certificates attesting
the clllcaey of jwteut remedies rrom a certain
class or those who usothem. We lmve selete.1
the following tiecansc the names attached to
them are those of men of the most carerul and
scrupulous character, and because, the large
class of their acquaintances In Oregon will not,
iur ti iiiuiiirin, ucvuse ur susiccl iiieui 01 any
csasseruiion in the statements they may
Certificate from the Deputy Jailor or Mult-
uomiiu wouuiy jam
City Jail, Portland, Oregon, 1
June 7, 1S7I. f
Dr. A. M. Ioryca A Co.: I wus attacked with
a severe ease of rheumatism. It was In my
thighs, hiiw, fingers, shoulder blade Indeed In
all the Joints or my Isody I Mirrored great pain
and allcmlSll- TWashtfcn.lei! hvV. nMnilfir tiltir.
bieinn, Init Willi no effect. I was Induced to try
your Unit Weed Remedy, and It Immcdlatelv
cured me up. I consider it, rrom my exie-
nruiT, me iMx(.rcmiMviirr!icuiuuiis:i! Known.
ALFRED F. TtTtNER, Deputy Jailor.
Tills is to certify that the above statement Is
correct 10 my owu Knowledge.
.: JOHN P. WARD, Jailor.
Alta California Boole and Job PrlntlngOfflce,")
521 California street, -Kan
Frannlsco. Jnnn 1. ls"7t.
Dr. A. ZT. Tyirj'ea A Co.: For several vears I
have be-n subject to rheumatism In my right
arm aud shoulder, rendering me unable tn
worK. on a recurrence or tne attack, some
time Mnce, I was Induced to try your "Unk
Weed lteiiuslv." and the result was a perfect
cure In a few days. I took only two-thirds of
the contents of one bottle. Mv firm belief Is
that the l nk" Is a certain cure for rheuma
tism in all its forms, and I would heartily rec-
ouimenu mi amicieu iwuii tiinL ureaurui Uls
ease to Irj' jour "Remedy" and Is? cured.
JNU. It. JICUSE.
Certiflatte of .V. R. Shipley, Ksq.. special con
tribiitorlo Hie 'Willamette Fanner," and Sec-
reuirj- in me urrgon Jioriicuuurai siocieiy:
Oswego, Oregon. Mnrch 2S. 1S71.
Dr. A. M. Tiryeu: Some lour weeks ago I was
entirely prostrated witli rheumatism: in fart I
was almost helpless. 1 sent to you for one 10
ounce IxrtMe or the "Unk Weed Remedy." bv
the use or which I experienced almost Imme-
uiaie reiiei, anu oy lite lime ine oolite ras
gone the rheumatism was gone. From my
mvn exierlenee,and from what I have heard
others sy who hnve nsetl the ITnk Weeil,-1
uenevc ii io oc n cenaiu eureiorrueumaiisin.
Yours reiecirully, A. R. .S11IPIJ:Y.
Cextifleate rrom Hon. Nat. H. Jane, Pilot
Commissioner or Oregon, and a member or tho
City council ol Kast l'urtlaiid:
East Portland. April 19. 1S71.
Dr. A. M. Loryea & Co.: I have lieen allllcted
for M'veral years lmst witli "weaknesH In the
back," and wandering rheumatic pains, ac
companied by severe constipation, llv the use
or one Untie or your ,-Uuk Weed Bemedy,or
Oretfon Rheumutic Curo,"I have been entirely
rPllevetl, nnd I cheerfully recommend it as &
luosiTvcuuabie ana euectivo remeiiy.
N.VT. II. L.VNE.
Certlfleale from lion. Gideon Tihlictts,
memberorthe City council or East Portland:
East Portland. Anrll 7. 1871.
Dr. A. M. Lnryen & Co. Gents: This is to In
Ainu you that I have used your "Unk Weed"
for neuralgia ami rneumaiie pains, anu lounu
rellel rrom the use or only one bottle, nnd can
recommend It lo those in neeu oi suenarem
edy. Y"burs, , GIDEON TIBBETTS.
Cerllfienle fmm TTon. F I Olllmby. ex-
County Commissioner or Multnomah county,
r80U East Portland, April 1, 1S71.'
Iir A ai 1iirm.t Co.: I haveused the"Unk
Wed Remedy," and am satisfied It Is a valua
ble medicine, u reguinies aim uniKunurt
svstem. This ts my experience with the Rem
edy. Truly yours, E. L. QUIMBY.
Certlfioate from Hon. A. J. Dufur, cx-PrcsI-dent
or the Oregon State Agricultural Society
and author or "statistics or Oregon:"
; East Portland April 1, 1871.
Dr. A. M. Loryea & Co.: I was atniclcd with a
seve'rrsnttHclc or chronic rheumatism? was con
fined to my bed most or the time rrom January
to July, when I used the Unk Weed and It
cured me up. A. J. DUFUR.
Certillcalc rrom James Bybee, the celebrated
stock-grower and "King or the Oregon Turf :"
sauvle's Island, January 11, 1871.
uiiriic ul ,our uhk. ecu iieinetiy,
or Oregon Rheumatic Cure." I ns ninit.i(
rr mouths with a vary serious, attack or ln-
11:1 ttllll'llAPI- rl. .in t.i.i tt a ... ...... I . !... . .
or the wt-eulksl rheumatic remedies without
iV i . lwremvuuie. i men tried your
ii.iiiij,niiiun u-e rrsmieu in me most nappy
effects a iierfect cure. Truly yours.
CertlficBlc from tho well-known merchant,
r. ai- it- i- . '
s. ,1. MUltUt.CSl.i
Tlie Dalles, May ZJ, 1S71.
Dr. A. M. Iryea A Co.: 1 have ii-eil the "Unk
Weed Remedy," and em cheerfully recom
mend It to persons allllcted with Inflammatory
rheumatism. It cured me of that disease. My
hands, wrists, ankles Indeed, all my Joints
were swollen aud very painful.
O. W. WEAVER.
Certificate rrom Jho celebrated musician.
Prof, otto Vieuxtemps:
Oregon Musical Institute, 1
Portland, May " 1S71. f
Dr. A. M I-oryea A Co.: I was attacked with
severe Inaammatory rneuiniiiism, sunenng
great iln, and was so prosiraieu ma. i was
nimble to tend to my business. I used one bot
tle ot jwir "Unk WeedRejnedy, or Oregon
Rheumatic Cflre," Jniill ftisT entirely curwl by
it alone. " OTTO VlEUXTEMl-S.
PUT UP IN TEX-OUXCE BOTTLES,
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One Dollarmul Finy.CentH er Bottle.
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XXiZ jL'OKmEA A;' ' CO.,
FiST PORTLAND, OREGON.
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THIS SFAfK KESEKVED FOU
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Steam Book and Job Printers, who Inlend Ail
ing it with an advertisement as soon ns tlfey get
time to write one. In. the, mean. time call on
them atOJ.Front;StJlyou want any kind ol
Printing done. n!Str
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JDK. 31 A It Y' A. THOMPSON.
PHYSICIAN AND ACCOUCHEUR
"D ESIDENCE -VND OFFICE THIRD r?T.
XL between Salmon and Main, opposite, the
t mis attenueu in any pan oi mociiy.
Batteries for sale. nnd Instructions given on
the Use of electricity as a Remedial Agent, nl.
eS-Did Mrs. It. Get Hint Fat Clilclteil 7"-KCl
"ITrllY. DONT YOI7 KXOWt SHE GOT
where they keep all kinds of Fresh Poul
try, Game nnd Fish, and receive by overy
steaincr a splendid assortment ot California
.. Ii Consignments from the country solic-
MCItl'lIY A KELLY,
lOVMUV rilODlt'CFKCnS AM) TtGKTABLES,
Comer of Third and Washington streets op
posite Presbyterian Church), Portland, Oregon.
Goods delivered to all parts of tho city FBEE
OF CHABOE. nl
HAS OPENED A LARGE AND CHOICE As
At 71 First St, beUirnNliinstou A Stark,
Next door to Ladd A Tllton's Bank,
And hopes by attention to business and prompt
ness In executing orders to meet a share of pat
ronage. Two first-class milliners wanted Immediate
ly. To first-class hands liighest wages paid.
Also two small girls wanted as apprentices.
Apply at the store,71 First street, immediately
J. R. W1THERELL,
No. SO Front Street, Portland,
"WILL FIND EMPLOYMENT FOR ALL
II those applying for situations In any ca
pacity from Wood-chopper down to a Fat Of
llce. Pay special attention to obtaining Farm
Help, House servants, Railroad Hands, etc,
Irrespective of Nationality.
parties sending orders lrom a distance musL
bo explicit in their orders, stating Just what
they want, what they will iKiy, etc., (accompa
nied by our office fees. S2 DO. which may de
ducted from employee's wages), stating wheth
er mey win or win not oe responsime ior irav-elliigexis-iiMfS
ol hired help.
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Its SIMPLICITY and DCRAUIIJTY give it the
The ONLY LOW PRICED MACHINE using
the COMBINATION PATENT. Large supply
Just received. GEO. , IV. TIt.l)EIt.
nl2 rjillailolphin Shoe Store, 112 Front St.
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atamllrtrroifT thelIR7-fest to IhelJght-
cstlaVrlc. . ,. r ,. .
it does .tioiti: Work.
- ' :Axri' nnTTr.R tVoiiic
Tlmn any oilier Mehlne
If tlicrc.'ls a Florence Sevlng Machine within
one thousand miles of San Francisco not work
ing well or giving entire KatUfnctlon, If I am
Informed of It, It will be attended to without
expense of any kind to tho owner.
S.VJIlfEI. IIILI., Agent,
1! New Montgomery St.,
Grand Hotel Building,
hOD lOUillIMlLAia A.VU SlUI'lKS OK WORK.
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