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About The new Northwest. (Portland, Or.) 1871-1887 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 27, 1872)
BV A. 'A. TOE.
mt arc you mad 3r, Maggie, dear T"
Maggie turns from Rover, .
With theetrltf est reverence,
(Just lnHSrrandma over,
In tlx lriHt, bluest eyes,
ltek nfrmmy lashes,
Wldle the earn est answer climes,
"Mi efflaat and ashes."
'What you made of, Johnnie, boy?"
Hoy stands still a minute;
KilierCs any mfchlef round.
He' the owe that's In it.
"I ain't dirt!" His brown eye gleam,
And he arelily reaches
Toward the basket's winy board,
"Ouew rm cream and eaclies."
What you made of, Taddie, pel V
Taddle's eyes are glowing.
Two villi? bands push back the curl",
Two white teeth are showing;
And tlie smiles, they twinkle round
I.Ike a band of blisses ;
"Cue they takes 'era, all the time,
'Sped I's made of klses."
A Girl in a Garden.
Tho garden needed hoeing badly. JTot
the flower garden that had been kept
neat and trim all along, by flower-loving
Kate; but the vegetables, from the
rauisn-Deu to tne remotest potato-bill,
were getting overrun witn weeus.
This difference was not accidental by
any means: it was entirely owinc to a
lack of tho masculine element in the
family owning tho garden. Ordinarily,
it had been possible to obtain help; but
this year, owincr to some unusual cir
cumstances, nobody could be hired for
love ormoney.aud thegarden was likely
to be swamped in weeds before hoe
could be nut to it.
Tilings beginning to get desperate, a
general inmiiy consultation took place,
as to what should be done. It is odd
how people will consult unon a matter
when there isn't the least possibility of
solving the difficulty. When thev
stopped talking of course they were no
nearer, getting tho garden hoed than
"I'll hoe it myself!" said Kate, finally
"You!" exclaimed the mother, wide
eyed. She looked at the fair young face
aim weii-Kepc nanus.
"Why not?" stiidKate. "I work in
It may bo well to sav that these nco-
ile did not liven in secluded wilderness,
jut in a lively, prosperous village.
where the houses were on speaking
terms with one another, only a garden
apart, roreover, Kate had no particu
lar fondness for tli.it kind of work,
"lacking opportunity," she made no
display of personal adornment, but no
body liked elegance better than she.
She would have taken to it naturally
had fortune favored her. But along
with thele elegant tendencies, she had
much ingenuity, mechanical skill, and
energy,. She could adapt herself dexter
ously to all sorts of work, even to the
sciontilic driving of a nail.
Tho decision was made, and the next
morning, having put up her hair in an
elaborate coil behind, and donned a
comfortable and respectable costume.
Kate provided herself with a hoe, aud
began work in the garden. It was
bright and fresh, not too warm; and at
first, though the would never have
chos-en gardening for an occupation,
even if a man, the work quite inspired
her. She fell into meditation and
dreaming even, though for all that she
couldn't have been more conscious of
the novelty of her position. Stops on
the sidewalk made her cheeks flush a
little, but she looked up courageously
and frankly when any one passed.
Everybody looked astonished. One
young gentleman, with whom she had
slight acquaintance, scrutinized her
keenly at a distance, as if to convince
himelf of her identity, and when he
came within speaking distance, looked
straight forward without recognizing
her. Several young ladies, boarding in
town for the season, whom ICate had
met the week before, glanced at her
with supercilious scorn, aud passed with
out speaking; but ICate didn't mind
By aud by Squire Adams come along,
lie was an old resident, on intimate
terms with the family. Kate suddenly
remembered that he was always talking
about the uselessness of women.
"Good morning, Kate! Is that you ?
Take care, or you'll lose your chance!"
"Best chance in the world,'" laughed
Kate, "for the man. He could sit and
.smoke, while I worked in the garden."
The squire didn't know what to make
ot her. She stood in the midst of the
potato-patch, half leaning on her hoc
a careless, graceful attitude.
"Women don't know how to hoe'"
He glanoed fit the newly stirred hills.
"They can learn, can't they, if neces
sary ? I thought you believed in wom
en making themselves useful!"
"Besides, we can't get anybody to do
it. There isn't a man or boy to bo
"That's too bad!"
The souiro looked
down the street, at a loss what to say.
"Supposing Georgo Allingham should
come along now! How would you like
They had laughed at Kate about this
young man lately.
"Glad to see him, of course! Why
shouldn't I be?"
But her face flushed deoper, in spite
of her saucy answer, and as the squire
passed down the street, a shade of
thought came over it Kate was one of
those persons v1k. from a pertain lino
recklessness of nature, are capable of
various suiaii uenauces oi society, but
who are at me same time immensely
Erouu, aim Keenly anvc to every
reath of its opinion. Open rebellion to
it would be impossible.
Lost in her thoushts, Kate did not at
first notice another gentleman standing
by the fence. Mr. Mason watched her
for a minute at her work.
"Wiiom did you take lessons of?"
asked he, noticing the good, round hills
sue made, and more complimentary
than Squire Adams.
"Jus-t as if I needed to be taught"
said ICate, starting a little, but quickly
taking up the light vein again.
Haven't I taken care of geraniums al
ways?" bl'es!"' Serauiurns aro not vegeta
i,iLwa8,oue of 11,0 fastidious sort, and
fcSS2.f , 1 " -
thisrii?11 I!eeds "oeing too. Isn't
inga'sfe Paid he, twirl-
cer. "Yon'ii riii-i s murnu anu nn
Ste He ' Ii!i?r your hand at this
&draversSL OVer U ground she
"Thev'll hn on.;i.. .
ICate, shortly; for shn . aU3,wcreU
instead of pitying hers. " WU hanU3'
Forsoine time Kate worked on unin
terrupted and in silence. After a whUe
she grew tired, being unused to ho
work, and decided to stop hoeiii" for
that day. Just then she heard a quick
resounding step uoivn tne street. She
kiicw ii wasuuurgu iiuiiguam coming
aud, too proud to seem to be escaping
from his sight, sue stayed uutll he
He came on In manly, solf-respectful
fashion, with that air so often seen in
men, and not nearly so tronuontlv In1
women, that is at once the conscious
aud tho unconscious expression of un
questioned respectability; which is
never asuamwl, abject, or undecided,
but high, perfectly self-satisfied and as
sured. Kate liked the stvle of tho vniinrr
She did not look un nirnin. hut nllwl
the hoo with diligence and dexterity,
until he had nearly reached her, when
she met the wondering look in his eyes
with a bright "good morning," the
manner 01 wuicn uiu not noticeably uii
fer from anv salutation she had ever
givou him before.
I am cultivating health alonz with
the beets aud turnips, you see!"
"Yes," said the young man slowly,
"but uo you like to be seen Here
Eren George must thrust at her.
"It seems I've scandalized everbody,"
thought the girl, "right here in our
own garden. And It isn't so mucn tne
work of the thing, as tho looks, that
Kate walked to the house a little so
berly. It makes all young people sober
to be slightingly thought of by their
rricnils. Sue couiu not unuersiauu nun
she had compromised herself by quietly
wnrU!ni in tho irarden. arraved in re
spectable carments. Shehad noneof that
dclicato fineness of perception, which
enables one to see that pulling weeds
from pansics and verbenas is a highly
respectable and honorable occupation,
and that doing the same thing among
vegetablo beds is entirely vulgar and
disreputable. Undoubtedly those young
ladies who daily passed her, dressed in
all the monstrosities of fashion, attract
ing the amazed stare of the uninitiated,
could have revealed to her this diflur
encc. T . i 1T 1 1 I ... 11. M f..t,1.:nn Inn
JVUIU llhVU IU Ue 1U UIU JilSlllUil iuuj
she was dainty in her tastes. She liked
to look well In the eyes of young men,
I am compelled to state that she even
made some effort in this direction.
Every well-resulatcd mind knows that,
although girls arc born for the express
purposeof plcasiugthe men, theyshould
never think of such a tliinir tlicmsolves.
"Like to bo seen there," indeed! as if
she ever liked anything that isn't ap
proved bv tho public!
The carilcn was finished lone aero. It
is llourishintr creenly now: aud, as
Gcorgo watches Kate's lingers moving
swiftly throuch the wild minors of
Mendelssohn's ".Spinning Song," lie
seems to forget all about who did the
But Kale romcmbers, aud wonders
why it is, a woman shouldn't "like to
bo seen" workiiiir anions beets and
squashes, as well as pinks aud pansies.
Sho thinks there is something very odd
about garden proprieties forgiris. Jlurr.
A Touching Story. Tbc following
example of filial and maternal devotion
is related by a correspondent writing
from Newfoundland: "During one of
the most tremendous snow-storms ever
witnessed here, last whiter, a poor
widow left her home in search of her
only son, a boy of sixteen years of age,
who had gone out in the morning wood
cutting, with several others. Unable to
bear her anxieties, tho mother rushed
out into tho blinding snow, hoping to
find her boy, aud that her feeble arms
might in some way help him homeward.
After struggling on for several miles,
sho met the iMirty who were on the re
turn. By this time she was utterly ex
hausted and unable to rctmcc her steps
aud sank down in the snow, worn out
with fatigue and hunger.
The little party of boys were quite un
able to bear her among them homeward,
aud to remain with her would have been
certain death to all. It was agreed that
they should cover heras well as possible,
and return to the village for hefpr Her
sou, however, nobly refused to leave his
mother, though to remain wa3 in all
probability certain death. When the
lads gave the alarm in the village, a
number of men, at the peril of their
lives, went out to rescue the mother and
her son. Their ellorts to find them were
for several days fruitless. They were
found nndor a cliff, frozen to death, and
locked in one another's arms."
In an emigrant ship on one occasion,
during a violent storm, tho captain, in
order to keep the decks clear aud fa
cilitate the working of the ship, sent the
passengers Into the hold, ordered the
hatches tp be fastened down, and kept
them in that state all night In the
morning, jhen the hatches were re
move, the hold was found to be full of
dead and dying. A modified form of
this state of thing9 is to be found in
many a house in every town where
partial murder is done night after night;
aud the result is shattered health. The
body loses its tone and is reduced to
that state In which it falls an easy prey
to any infectious disorder, the seeds of
which may be floating about In search
of a fertile trerminatinrr Iirsl. Evorv
man should be made to understand that
he reouires not lr limn i vi n.ir.n mi.;
5?t.,'?f, fres.U aIr evory bour and tImt ho
uld not, .use over again what has
un iiiisseu turougu ins lungs, till, like
,Y rr'1.1" cieauseu uy niterntion.
People should be taught to fear polluted
air more than droughts which would
an,0lint to a total reversal of the present
i cuw see a general prefer
ence for tho former. In this respect
men might cull a lesson from tho bees,
who, while they highten the tempera
ture of the hive, do It not at the expense
or Healthful condition. Their mode of
vuuiiiauou is perfect
Men and Women. What is it that
maKes :iu itiose men who associate
habitually with women superior to oth
ers who do not? What makes that
woman who is accustomed and at ease
in the society of men superior to liersex
in general ? Surely because they aro in
the habit of free, graceful contlnuod
conversation with the opposite sor
omen in this way lose their frivoli
ties, their faculties awaken, llmtr i,.ii.
cacies aud peculiarities unfold all their
ocauiy oi capiivaiion iu the spirit of in
tellectual rivalry. And the men lose
their pedantic, rude, declamatorv nn.i
sullen manuer. Tho coin of the under-
sianuing anu me neart changes contin
ually, ine asperities arc rubbed oil,
their better materials polishi! nm
brightened, and their richness, like the
cold, is wrought into the fiuer work
manship by tho fingers of women than
it ever could be by the li Hirers of men.
The iron and steel of their characters aro
hidden, like the character and armor of
a giant, by studs and Knots or good and
precious stones, wnen they are not
wautcd for actual warfare.
Too Much fok Him. A speemi com
mittec of the Vermont Legislature re
cently visited the asylum for tho in
sane, at Brattlcboro'. A laujrhable in
cident occurred, while they were being
chaperoned through the asylum uy ix-
uov. lioiurooK, who is oue oi tne trus
tees, one or tho lady patients who is
extremely high-toned, and dressed in
ine noignt or rasuion, was introduced to
the bland ex-Govcrnor, when she drew
herself up and remarked, "Ah! I have
the honor of knowing Gov. Holbrook.
? vas ftt Monlpelicr several years
o?,ijJv c". ?u weru sworn out as Gov
shn .? !'d. Gov-Smith sworn iu, and,"
oi tne insanity of that patient.
a TUn TT.T.TrsTnATioy. JfrTBeecirer
suvs, in reference to the 'oodhull scan
dal: "If you were walking down the
street and a chambermaid empties a
sIoi-pall on your head, what can you do
but wash yourself and passon?" lcre-
upon tue neesu iuvu
Is all very fine, but Mr. Beechcr has not
yet evinced any disposition to 'wash
lllinSell.'" Willi lUU liaiiil-a
r.Limi Uv lila nwnisor. he could very
easily do so, if the charges were false.
We think he owes it to the great public,
of which he forms so conspicuous a part
if not to himself anil immcuiaic incnus
to lift this shadow which Is sure to
rest upon his fair name, In tho estima
tion of the world. A card of denial from
the Fcvcr.il parties named by Mrs.
Woodliull, whom she alleges are know
ing to the facts, would be all that Is
necessary. He must "wash himself of
this dirt, or else suffer in reputation.
We know how much comfort there Is
in the possession of a heavy black silk
dress or a thirty dollar Paisley shawl.
But sometimes wc think too high a
price is paid for tho pleasure they give.
It is not worth while to go without a
washing machine in the kitchen, or
pictures on the sitting-room walls, or a
good supply of books and magazines for
the children, or the new life that comes
in a cheery visit to oldfriendsin another
State, for the sake of a shawl that is
worn only an hour in a fortnight or a
dress that Is put on only once a month.
Subscribe for the Xkw Northwest.
LIST OF POST-OFFICES.
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IC na ill,
I Vmm Creek,
John Day City,
l he Dalles,
Mitchells. mat km.
Union Flat. '
i on .n(rcio.g
Money Onler Offices.
DR. VAN DEN BERGH'S
Sovci'cisrn "Worm Syi'iip.
aHILS TltUrA" WONDERFDIj JIEDICINE
. lswarmnled io espe' n" worms from the
HoweM and Stomach, except Tope and Chain
The proprietor hn taken much pain to test
the comparative merlin of the principal "Worm
Medicines of the day, which, numerous as the
Entozoa, themselves, hnvo overspread the
land, each claiming lor Itself the name of spe
cific; and, while wo frankly acknowledge that
many of them are often iuceessfUlrnnd do sreat
good, were wo not ns-surcd that this combines
advantage possessed by no other worm medi
cine. Its Introduction ut this late day would not
have been uttcmptod
Tho pleasant taste and exceedingly small
quantity of this mediclno required to test the
existence or worms, or to remove every one
from t lie system Its operating In a few hours,
unaided by any other purge, together with Its
certainty of etleet constitute It one of the most
brilliant dUcovcrlex of the age.
Had wo space here, scores of certificates
might be adduced to show Its progressive and
rapidly Increasing reputation for the lastfewM
3tntrs; uui io promulgate its jamo nun esuiu-
iisu its cuaracicr, wc only usk mr a iriai.
Its speedy ocnitlon In all sudden attacks, a?
convulsions, colic, tits or spasms, gives it an
unrivaled superiority. Sieut by express on rc
ceipt or price.
SYlllTOMS OF WOnjfS.
Alternate paling and flushing of the coun
tenance, dull expression of tho eyes, drowsl
Iness, Itching of the nose.a swelled uppcrllp,
tongue whltely furred and thickly speckled
with red polnts.feted breath, an enlarged belly,
a partial or general swelling or puftlngnessol
the skin, a starting in the sleep and grinding ot
the teeth, a sensation as If something was
lodged In the throat, a gradual wasting of the
llesli, sickness of the stomach, vomiting, a
short and dry cough, appetite sometimes vora
cious, at other times feeble, bowels sometimes
costive, at other times loose, great rretlidness
and Irritability of temper, pains in the stomach
and bowels, colic. Ills, convulsions and palsy.
Its value In removing mosses of crudities
from the stomach and bowels of children, even
where no worms exist, cannot oc too iiiguiy es
timated. I'renared nml sold, wholesale ami retail, ny
DIL VAN DEN UEKGII and Agents In all cit
ies anu towns.
Dr. Van Den Bcrgh can bo consulted on all
dlsettscs that the human system Is heir to. His
long cxporieiico in uiscjlscs oi women anu
children cannot uc surroxseu ny any piiysi
elan hi the United States or Europe. Dr. V. ml
vises liullcs Iroubleu wim any irregularities oi
the Uterus to to his new remedies and get
Bv consulting aud undergoing a simple ex
amination the atlllcted ran learn If their dis
ease lie worms or not. At-all events. Dr. Van
Den Hergh can tell them from what disease
they are suffering.
Consultations and examinations free, of
Of'ICE ItooMS-38 and DO, over Postofflcc,
Letters describing the symptoms will be
promptly nnswered, nnd persons living at a
distance will be saved the expense and trouble
oicaiungon ine uortor. Aiiuress
. J. W. VAN DEN HEIIGH,
O I'.O. Box 172, Salem, Oregon.
TvTICASIO WATElt-CUHE Is situate.1 In Call
X loniia the healthiest State In the Union;
In.Mnrln county the healthiest In t lie .Statu;
and In Ntcaslo Valley a place combining all
ine au vantages oi cumaic anu oenuty ot loeu'
It Is reached in a few hours from San Fran.
ciseo. via cither S.iu Hafitcl or I'ctaluma. and
patients can, by sjieclal arrangement, have
easy carriages, with bed J f deslretl, at verj- low
rates, by application ut Bay View Stables, San
Itanlhel, or lo the livery stable of L'nkiess,
i Hsimigiufi Dirwi, i eiaiuiua, opposue XirooU'
Stairos leave San Tkifaol.Mond.ivs. Wcdnns.
days nnd Saturdays, at 2 l: jr., Stnges leave
l'ciaiumu at ine same hour, Tuesdays aud
has lacilltles for successfully treating the sick
unexcelled bv anv cure. East or West
Tut: riiYsiciANsareskllirul.and they have
had longextK-rienec In the Hygienic treatment
oi curouie iiiseases. iney employ luaiiiiiuon
to theeommon Wntrr-Curc or Hygienic trejit-
menl, ixutkicity In baths and, otherwise,
ami iNH.vuvnoNij of oxvokst, which prove
itj tuiiHiiHu in iitnnj c;isviii lung anil lliroai
diseases. Tliey also pay particular attention
to all diseases l-ci'VLIAK to women. Tliey are
wen kuowu as etiuors, ior ino lasimreoyrars,
oflhe'Tacltle Journal of Health." a periodica
which has high rank as one of the best populur
Health papers In the world.
We therefore confidently nsscrt that In no
ItMce Hi tue world can tne sick: receive, for the
me ami money cxciiueu, more substantial
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to receive a liberal share ofpatronsge.
M. M. HOUTIIWORTIL
HEN DEE'S PHOTOGRAPHIC ROOMS,
K. W. Cor. Morrison and First Sis,, '
PlfTHHES hiken in all the latest aud most
imDrovolstvles.and not Inferior to any on
the coast. Work well done and completed In
side of twooty-four hours.
SSrBABlSs asu CutLUHEfshould be brought.
In between ine uuunui wuim.,anij.
In llKht clonics
TJNK "WEED RELEi5Y.
THE UNK WEED REMEDY,
Oregon Rheumatic Cure.
'PHIS REMEDY IS COMPOSED
X Active principle or the Unk We
inil 1 n.nnll a
to Oregon. Gmws most nlmnilnntli' nml riei
fectly in WasliliiKton couuty.
t.2.?,?ln, nn Active and Volatllo Prlnelple,
cfp K'her, and a bitter Toulc I'rln-
MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USES:
It U llin . . .
Rhenmat im " .r".?'....," . J.' I
ls,ln. f n w! VV.'i'"."' "cuiiimV
ti.n ViJT.V i "'""s nun wniever inirouuceo into
Unv ,Vila MfJ'P. The L'NK AVE ED ItEM
iiVi.?i Prepared by lis, In consequence or the
"ryH!irueo?be,nKna,,le,rOS!ieK,JS the necM-
SEJllPi!?" V.10 Appetite and Invnroratlnsthe
an .1 Kti5 !,ve. Apparatus, thus bulldiii- up
wma : VrmS"V.T",",-Vy?m.'.WI',. at ",c
sorl.e.l ln tl .'.M,.",
Rhenmntlr T . " l"c
rofes.,ion which will remove tho Rheumatic
powerful in depn-ssins the system of the at-
rsAflf I V All flUllil ml t1.n... al .... . .
Use ho to be abandoned bo f oro ;p(trinc ell'ectK
in t Ti ti I warn or hucccss
lionet nfurr I nmm . n .11.... A V. J
IHiwerful cin-cts on the blood and system In re-
....... ...v ....vu.iiLit; i uisuu, uimi possesses a
Mroni; Tonic and Recuperatliiir Element which
admits or its continued use even by the most
delicate and debilitated. Thus we have the
UIU ill.1l LlllltJ 111 IHPKf I WO
necestsary elomonu in one remetlv. which ac-
ii illtitx for If 4 iimi-ria-kvniti1 r t r,, fi... ... .
ctrecLs Jn Kheumali.sni. Uhcunmttc Uout and
HIinttlitnTIn IMImtnral LIh.Ij
V I? TI,A 1IVL M'ULMl IliMliMif .
fiilcii ir ftflr Trtnlt f litnllf it-
We are aware or the fact that it Is vencrallv
an easy matter to procure certificates attesting
tho etlicacy of patent remedies from n certain
class of those who use them. Wc have selected
the tallowing because the names attached to
them are those of men of the most careful and
scrupulous character, and beeauso the larue
class oi uicir acquaintances in urexon win not,
for a moment, accuse or suspect them or any
exasperation iu tne statements tney may
Certlficnlo rrom the Deputy Jailor or Mult
uouiau couuty Jim:
City Jnll, Portland, Oresron,
June 7. ISJI.
Dr. A. M. Loryoa A Co.: I was attacked with
a severe case or rheumatism. It was In inj
thlshs, hips, lingers, shoulder blade Indeed In
all the Joints of zny IkmIv I stitlered sreat pain
and anzulsh. I was attended by a reeular Phy
sician, but with noefTect. I was Induced to try
youri iiK ecu itemeuy. anu it immeuiaieiv
cureil me up. I consider it, from my expe
rience, me uet remeuy iorrncii mutism Known.
ALFRED F. Tl'RNER, Deputy Jailor.
This I lo certify that the above statement Is
correct to my owu knowledge.
juii.n i-. v.kjj, jailor.
Alta California Ikxikaiid Job PrlntlnsOfflee,")
551 California street, 5
S.iii Francisco, J uno 1, 1871. J
Dr. A. M. Ixiryea A Co.: For several years I
have been subji'ct to rheumatism In mv rlL-ht
arm aud shoulder, rciulcnnc me unable to
work. On a recurrence of the attack somo
time since, I wits induced to try jour "link
Weed Remedy," and the rcult was a perfect
cure In a few days. I took only two-thirds of
the contents or one bottle. My firm belief Is
that the "Unk" Is a certain cure for rheuma
tism In nil Its forms, nnd I would heartily rec
ommend all amic-tcd with that dreadful dis
ease to try your "Remedy" and lie cured.
J.1U. li. -uciA-Nj-:.
Certificate of A. R. Shipley, Kn., special con
tributor to tlur"YHhimette Farmer," and Sec
retary oi ine urenon Horticultural society:
Oswego, Oreaon, March 21, 1871.
Dr. A. M. Loryea: si.,me lour weeks ago I was
entirely protmted with rheumatism: in fact I
was almost helpless. I sent to you for ono U
ounce bottle of the "Unk Weed Itemedy," by
tho use or which I experienced almost Imme
diate reiier, nml by the time the bottle was
(rone the rheumatism was gone. From my
own experience, and from what I have heard
others say who have used the link Weed, I
ucue-vf il tti imj iiceniiiu cure tor rneumaiism.
Yours respectfully, A. H. SHIPLEY.
Certificate rrom Hon. Nat. II. Line, Pilot
Commissioner or Oregon, nnd a member of the
city council ot Kasi rortlaim:
Ent IVirtland, April 1!), 1S71.
Dr. A. M. Iiryea A Co.: I have been afflicted
tor several years iast with "weaknei.s In the
back," and wanderini; rheuiiintle lmins, ac
companied by si'vereconstlpntlon. Ily the use
of one Isitlle of your "L'nk Wctsl Remetly.or
urcgon niietimaiie ture," i nave wen entirely
relieved, nnd I cheerfully recommend It as a
most valuable una erirciive remeiiy.
NAT. II. LANE.
Certificate from Hon. Gideon Tlblietts, a
member of the City council of East Portland:
East Portland, April 7, 1871.
DT. A. M. liOryen & Co. Gents: This Is to In
form you that I havo used your"Unk Weed"
for neuralgia and rheumatic pains, and found
relief from the use of only one bottle, and can
recommend it to Iho-e in need of such a rem
edy. Yours, GIDEON TIUBETTS.
Certificate from. Hon. E. L. Ouimbv. ex
County Commissioner of Multnomah county,
i'Mtt Portland, April 1, 1S7I.
Dr. A. M. Iiryea A Co.: I have ued the "Uuk
Weeil Remedy," and am satisfied It Is n valua
ble medicine. It regulates and Invigorates the
system. This Is my experience with the Rem
euy. Truly yours, li. L. liUI MBY,
Certificate from Hon. A. J. Durur, cx-IYesI-dent
or the Oregon State Agricultural Society
anu nuiuuroi "Atattsiics oi uregon:"
East Portland. Anril 1.1S71
Dr. -V. M. Ijry A Co.: I was afilicted with a
severe aiiacK oi riirouie rueumatism; was con
fined to mv bed most or the time from Januarv
to July, when I ued the Unk Weed nnd It
cureti me up. a; j. ijufuii.
Certificate from James Hybee, tho celebrated
siocK-growor nnu "Kingot tne Oregon run:"
Sauvle's Island, January H, 1S71.
To Dr. A. 51. Lorj'enACo.: Thlslstoacknowl-
or Oregon Rlieumatic Cure." I was affilrteti
for months with a very serious attack of In
flammatory rheumatism, aud tried nearlv all
of the so-called rheumatic remedies without
any relief ierceivable. I then tried your
iLnumj .iuiu its use resutteii in tne most nappy
eiieeis u pvrieci cure. imiy yours,
Certificate from the well-known merchant.
u. w eaver, Kso.:
Tlie Dalles. Ma v 23. 1871.
Dr. .V. M. Loryeft .t Co.: I have ued the "Unk
weeu itemeuy," anu can cneeriuity n-cum'
mniul It ( ix-nions nfilicted with Inlliiinmntory
rheumatism. It cured mo of that disease. 3Iy
hands, wrists, ankles Indeed, all my Joints
were swollen aud very painful. .,,...
O. .V . n tA v x.It.
Certificate from the celebrated musician,
ProC Otto VIcuxteraps:
Oregon Musical Institute
Dr. A. M Irca Co.: I was attacked with
severe Inflammatory rheumatln., -ufTL-rinK
great pain, and was so prostrated that I was
PUT TJP INTKN-OUNCE BOTTLES,
One Dollar and FIRy Cent per Soltle.
PREPARED AT THE
OREGON MEDICAL LABORATORY,
DXt. TJOItYJS-V CO.,
E.VST P0RTL.VND, OREGON.
3" FOR 8 ALB BT AU PBDQ0IST9.
FIRST 1' X I TT r
THIS SPACE UDiKKVED FOK
H 1 WES & BACHELDER,
Steam Rook and Job Printers. wIkj Intend rut
ins It with an advertisement as soon as they get
time to write one. In the mean time call on
them at Front St. if you want any kind of
Printing done. ntr
DR. J. 0. OLEXX,
D E KT T I S T ,
107 I'ront Street,
DIL MARY A. THOMPSON,
PHYSICIAN AND ACCOUCHEUR
ESIDENCE AND OFFICE THIRD ST.
between Salmon nml Mln. nnnwlln tlm
i.aiis aitemieu in any part or the citr.
Hatterles for sale. ami i
the use of electricity as a Remedial Agent, nl.
r.jTDId Mr. Ik Oct that I'at Clilckeiir"-SO
ASCHENHEIM & BUUEUY'S WASHINGTON
where they keep all kinds of Fresh Poul
try, Game and Fish, and receive by every
steamer a splendid assortment or California
N. li. Consignments from the country solic
ited, nlltf. -
JU IIPIIV ,t KELLY,
COUNTRY PRODUCE, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES
Corner of Third and Washington streeM(op
poslto I'resbyterian Church i, Portland, Oregon.
Goods delivered to all parts of the eity FREE
OF CHARGE. nl
AS OPENED A Ix.M:GE AND CHOICE As
I First St, lict. tVnsIiliisrtoti .V Stark.
Next door to Ladd Si Tilton's Dank,
And holies by attention to business and prompt
ness In executing orders to meet a share of pats
Two first-class milliners wanted Immediate
ly. To Ilrst-class hands highest wage paid.
AlsO tWO Small eirls WHtlteil jK nnnmnllM
Apply at the store, 71 First street, immediately
J. It. WITHEREIX,
Xo. SO Front Street. I'lirllnml.
"lrn.L PIN'D EMPLOYMENT FOR ALL
----- - ----- ...... .... . ......... .-Jit, i.lili
thoe applying for situations: in anv ca-
i ood-chopper down to a Fat Of-
I"ay special attention lo obtaining Farm
Help, Houe Servants Railroad Hands, etc.,
Irrespectis e or Nationality.
Parties sending orders from a distance mnst
be explicit in their orders, stating Just what
tliey want, what they will iay, etc.. (accompa
nied by our office fee, S2 00, which may de
ducted from employee's wages), stating wheth
er they will or will not lie responsible tor trav
eling excuses oi hired help.
J. Iu WITHERELL.
MRS. M. J. ENSIGN,
rasHonable Dress and Cloak-Maker,
Third Street. Near M'nslilntoli,
n.VS A LARGE ASSORTArENT OF PAT
ternsfor Ladies' and Children's Clothing
Dressmakers can get full assortment of pat
terns, consisting of fifteen ifull slice), lor 33 00,
which will be sent to any part of the State on
n-eclpt of price. letter of fashion, how to trim
and make, will be sent with eaeli ackage.
Prices of single patterns: Iidies' suits, 31 00;
poIoiiaie, 7"i els.: overskirt,.V)cts.; valt3i,cts.;
children's saits.7."cts.; overskirt.Sets,; waist,
Sicts.; Ixiys' suits, 75 cts.
Cutting and fitting done on short notice.
Please state age in sending for children's
The above isttterns will be made for homo
use, and will be found much superior to East
All orders prompHy attended to.
Give me a call. Sirt M RS. M. J. ENSIGN.
THE FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE
WPI.L SHW aVEItTHIIC hkurd in
1 a Inmllv. frmn llut Ilpowtssl In tU IJmht-
IT IIOI.S .lIOKi: HIIKK,
.MOKE KINDS or WORK,
A.VI lIirTTKK WORK
Tlian anr flier Machine."
If there Isa Florence SewlB Maolilno within
one thousand mlieef San Vraneikco not work
ing well or giving entire mthrtlietlon, ir I am
Informed of It, It will be attended to without
expense of any kind to tite owner.
10 New Montgomery St.,
Grand Hetel IiuIWIng,
St.U I'OK (IIKIURS AVll StPtKS Of onK
fActivo AirenU Wanted -iE very whore,
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