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FRIDAY. . FEBRUARY 23, 1S78.
Measuring- tlie Baby.
w( measured the riotous lby
Aeatnst tbe coUage wall
A Uv em P l 'e threshold,
An the babjv was Just as tall!
AwSwS of purple and gold,
And heart HKe a Jeweled chalice
The fragrant dew to hold.
Without, the blue-bird whittled
High up In the old roof-tree.
And to and fro at the window
The rod rose rocked her bees;
And the wee, pink fists of the baby
"W ere never a moment still.
Snatching at shine and shadow
That danced on the iattlce-stU.
Hl eyes were as wide a blue-bells
Ills mouth like a Sower unblown
Two little bare feet like funny while mice
Peeped out from his Miowy gown;
And we thought, with a thrill of rapture
That yet had a touch of pain,
When June rolls round with her roses
We'll measure the boy again.
Alt me! In a darkened chamber,
With the sunshine stmt away.
Through tears that fell like bitter rain
Wo measured the boy to-day.
And tlx little bare feet that were dimpled,
And sweet as a budding rose.
Lay side bv side together
In tin' hush or long repose.
Upmi the dainty ptliow.
White as the risen dawn.
The fair little face lay smiling,
With the light of heaven thereon
And the dear little band like rose leaves
Dropped from a rose lay still,
Kever to snatch at the sunshine
That crept to the shrouded sill.
We measured the sleeping baby.
With ribbons white as snow,
For the shining rosewood casket
That waited him below;
And out of the darkened rham ber
We went with a childless moan
To the light of the sinless augels
Uur little one had grown !
Gramhesma and her Little Heart-Leaves.
UiHter an old oak, before a little cot
tage in tlte forest, grandma sat busily
Have yon ever seen a grandmother
,n. ' ...... i t i . .
wiinoui. khi mug won; . i never navu.
As soon as she gets up in tho morning
the neeidles begin to click, the fingers
are busy making stitches, and the yarn
gets shorter as tlte stockings longer.
This work is not laid aside until late
in the evening, when she goes to bed.
Yes, if grandtnania lias no sewing to do,
then she continues to knit, whether sho
is in the garden, sitting before the door,
or taking a walk in the woods.
Oftentimes her ball falls and goes roil
ing about here and there, like a little
mouse, and when it gets all covered
with the dry leaves and mosses that will
cling to it, then it does not look very
Rut the worst of it is, if Mi-tze should
see the ball roiling, she would spring for
the little round thing that glides so
quickly about, even if she were upon
the roof of the house. She fancies it to
be a tempting mouse.
When she catches the ball she plays
with it, tosses it about hither and
thither, until the yarn gets in such a
dreadful snarl, that it gives grand
mother a great deal of trouble to disen
Rut for whom does grandmother knit
so much? Her little grandchildren, of
course; ami also for Iter dear daughter,
the mother of the grandchildren, who is
always busy with other work, and for
her little darlings' fattier, too.
WllAn illPV nil lmVA ctvM.'tnnra nit!
coats anil jackets enough, then she knits
for the poor. I think if it were possible
WOJlhl I; 11 it, Kinpkinrrs for 41in
sparrows too; but they would look com
ical enough wearingstockings, wouldn't
Grandmama was seated under the old
oak with her grandchildren her little
"Heart-Leaves." They were named
Hermann ami Gertrude, but grand
mantn liad given her darlings the pet
names 01 "nine mouse," "little gold
flsli " "hlr!i" nrwl ! ibio
The children liked sitting under the
oaK very mHcu indeed, for they hail
onlv In Imw flioir linsila si-linn Int (1,,,,.
would llnd beautiful toys, such as the
acorn cuius of last year, and different
kums or insects that were beautiful to
see. Among them was the "lady-bug"
and wee bit of purple spiders, that were
just as pretty as pretty could be. And
such velvety mosses were there, too! re
sembling miniature trees. Yes, itwasa
complete jiuie moss lorest.
But the moss forest was very differ
ent from the great forest, not however
because it was so much smaller, but be
cause the children could make a bed of
it under the oak and tumble about on it
There were two other persons under
the oak besides grandmother, Hermann
and Gertrude. Upon the bod of moss
sat Kicks and Lize. Nicks was a iittle
black wooden rabbit, plump as possible,
with a bright, glossy skin. Even if
he were made of wood he looked about
him with his black eyes, just as if lie
were alive, and his ears stood straight
up in the air and made him look funny
enough. He seemed to understand
everything that was going on about
him. Suppose the skin over the ears
had bit rated and showed two pointed fires,
it made no difference to him.
Nicks had just eaten his supper, and
there was some of it left. Now he must
smoke just as Hermann's father did,
when he sat before the door after tho
day's work was done.
Hermann called Nicks his son, and
Hermann's parents were Nieks' grand
parente, ami Hermann's grandmama
was little Nicks' great-grandmama.
iUis relationship could be quite easily
Nick's play-fellow was Gertmde's
pretty Use, with her stub nose. This
little nose made her somewhat resemble
Nicks, but she did not look like him in
any other respect
Xifiks had lilnclr m-w dm l.n.i t.i...
1 .ltu UlUl',
lie had long ears; her's were tiny bits of
oues: ne imu uiacK skiii anu wore a
red collar with a little bell, while her
tiress was a variety or colors. To be
sure sits irnrA n ml ruvkla lint flint.
it was made of beads and there was no
ueu attached to it; in a word, Lize was
not a raooit, mil a uou.
These play-fellows lived very harmon
iously together, even if there were so
little resemblance in their looks. They
would ilay with cacli other by the hour
aim were never iiearu to quarrel.
It often happened that Nicks would
tread upon Lize, but she bore his treat
ment without a murmur. Gertrude
would never have allowed Hermann to
ve,trod ,,erder foot, and if he could
f.Um 7e bcen 80 Impolite as to have
?unuiXw!ter' 1 fCar Ehe W0U,d rC
friemlk' ill' t who,e icks was very
joi?rki4 m,,?nd s,,e ,iatl may
wca0ionat!v"1.hlh,? Uek- Uo W0"W
dSher heT?tt' but without
iS&rtm? for hrf
for it, for he did ttT
could not eat it. Hermann and Gov
trade knew, however, that people, can
not enl grass, fwpn. can-
. The children often laughed richlhear
tily nl thegeuerous, stupid fellow. Thorp
wore a great many little jokes related
ofNieks and Lize, which grandmother
generally heard first, forshe always had
time to listen to them.
evon though she wa occupied with the
children. The parents had so much to
do, that they could not always be pret- j
ent when the children wished to tell
their little stories.
It was very fortunate for Hermann
nndGertrudc thatgrandmamahad come
to live with them in their forest home.
Formerly she had dwelt in the city and
taught school. Every day there came a
....i r i:4t l - ...i- j-i . i
she gave lessons,
Now she had grown feeble and could
not endure the noiseandcliattering buzz
that so many merry little birds made
when they came together. For tills rea
son she had come to live with her two lit
tle woodland songsters, Hermann and
Gertrude, who were not always as still
as mice; but there was but two of them,
and their noise did not disturb her so
When grandmama and the children
sat before the door, the little ones would
repeat the verses which she had taught
them from time to time. This was al
ways a great pleasure for grandmama,
forshe had taught her grandchildren as
she had formerly her pupils. She re
lated useful things to tliem, explained
all that they could not understand, and
repeated pretty verses until they had
learned them by heart.
"You must remember," grandmother
would say, while sho embraced the chil
dren, "all that I have thought on my
"Grandmother," asked Hermann,
looking about him thoughtfully, "why
do you always call us your little heart
leaves?" "I will explain to you why, mj dar
ling," said his grandmother, "but listen
to what I say, and you, too, pay atten
tion, Gertrude. A plant's heart-leaves
arc the youngest, smallest leaves, just
as you are tbe youngest members of our
family. If the heart-leaves drop then
all the other leaves of the plant wither,
so when you arc sick father, mother
and I am sorrowful."
"Once and awhile children have
another kind of illness, that a plant's
heart-leaves could have, if they wore
disobedient. Alas! the disobedience of
children makes the father and mother
far, far sadder. God keen you from such
sickuess, my sweet little heart-leaves."
How to Tit eat Strangers. A home
missionary in the West, wliiie address
ing a babbath School, noticed a little
girl, shabbily dressed and barefooted,
shrinking in a corner, her little sun
burnt face buried in her hauds, tho
tears trickling between her small
fingers, sobbing as if her heart would
break. Soon another little sir!, about
eleven years old, got up and went to her,
wiiispcreu Kiuuiy to uer, anil taKing nor
by tho hand, led her toward n brook.
then seated her on a log, ami kneeling
beside her, took off her ragged sun-bonnet.
Thou she dipped her hand in the
water, bathed the hot eyes autl tear-
stained face, and smoothed the tangled
hair, talking in a cheery manner all the
The little one brightened up, the tears
all went, and smiles came creeping
around the rosy mouth.
The missionary stepped forward and
said: "Is that your sister, my dear?"
"No, sir," answered the noble child,
with tender, earnest eyes; "I have no
"Oil! one of tho neighbor's children."
replied the missionary, "a little school
"No, sir; she is a stranger. I do not
know where she came from. I never
saw her before."
"Then how came yon to take her out
and have such a care for her, if you do
not know her?"
"Because she ttws a stranger, sir, and
seemed all alone, and needed .somebody
to be kind to her."
Noble lesson will you all heed to it?
"Woman's Rights Hidiculeu. A
very popular drama for amateur actors
lias lieen "The Spirit of Seventy-six,"
which gives a ludicrous travesty of the
demands of the-slrong-miiided women,
who are supposed, in the year 1870, to
have quite got the control of things gen
erally, and to have banished the men to
the kitchen and nursery. Everybody
who hears it enjoys it, except, of course,
those who have the cause considerably
at heart. A drama of similar snirit 1ms
just been published in Calcutta, entitled
jvuium umuyomi, me uumor oi which
consists in holding up to ridicule tlie I
JJrahmo ladies of the nrosressiveseetion. '
These ladies are so far in advance of
their age that they have brazenly at-
tended their husbands to places of pub-
lie amusement, and some of them liavn 1
been known to forget so far the decency
of their sex as to sit down at the same
table and eat with their husbands and
brothers. Nay, a widow or two among
them, instead of nroclaimincr hnnmlf n
dog and contentedly living a dog'a life,
ll.1? Ilin fllilfirnf f lin nrmin t.w.vAjltM.
ir:..,i ?, " " .V .
w iiuuw iiiuuiis, oi capuvauug anu 1
marrying a second husband. Hut the i
unkind thing about this KinrhitJala -
yoga is that it is a secretary of the Cal-
cuita xiranmo .omaj who lias written
me Mure. ii isas ii it siiouiii ne proven
that Mrs. D. S. Curtis, the author of
"The Spirit of Seventy-six," instead of
beingan orthodox punditessof the older
religion of woman's subjection, should
be proved to be one of tho associated ed
itors of the U'oMrm' .TaurnaLTailr.
Paleness of ourt "Women. Tho
paleness of women seoms to be indige
nous to America; for while English
women, from twenty to thirtv.n
cheeked, and yet not wholly animal,
mv uiwkb ui uie.mericnn woman, gen
erally, if not sunken, are yet pallid to
an alarming degree, suggesting the ap
pearance of disease ami premature de
cay. The vagaries of fashion and style
are powerful in every clime. Fond par
ents in China squeeze their daughter's
feet till the little maiden is maimed for
life, and unfit for any active occupation.
Among us, matters are carried just as
far; for we suffer our daughter's lungs
to be compressed Into the narrowest
space we cannot compress her brains;
for, if she had any, she would not sub
mit to the squeezing process and the
paler and thinner she becomes, the
greater is our complacency. She caii
not take any exercise, forit is so fatigue
ing. She cannot eat much, poor thing,
for sho lias no appetite. She can only
pick at this dish and sip of that. The
fresh airis tabooed as unhealthy, aud she
lives in an artificially heated atmos
phere. "What wonder, then, if she falls
Into consumption before she is thirty,
and, at the very age when life should be
joyous to her, she becomes prematurely
ageu anu crauteu : uur picture is not
exaggerated, when one recalls to mind
tnat a vast nuruuer oi people sun live
who think it Is so vulgar to grow fat
and rosy, and so genteel to grow thin
and pallid. Jewish Messenger.
At length it is nroved that a man has
more vanity than a woman. This is the
way it come to pass. A curious investi
gator watched while a thousand men
passed a looking-glass used as a sign on
the sidewalk in Broadway. Tho result
of his observation showed that nine
bundled and uinetv-nine men danced
complacently at their image as they
ikunhsu. ino other man was blind.
l'OUr hundred nml fiftv.t
passed during the samo hour and a half,
i a "0of tl'em looked in tho mirror
am?nin b,einS engaged intently cx
3rwS 8 ll,er'8 appearance and!
A pleasant little incident is related of
Miss Clara Louise Kellogg, which oc-
curred while visltinc thu nritulel
Klacier in Switzerland, during her late
foreign tour. Her party encountered,
as oilier travelers do, a young Italian
Swiss, who earned a precarious exist
ence by frantic cll'orU to rouso an echo
from tho nnnneiio fliifa Uv mnmc. r
' ' , . I ?" J u
awkward horn. After straining every
'""tre uu uruuguk luriu a meianciioiy
"toot," with no great etrect upon tho
apposite crags. Miss Kellogg watched
for some timo his vain endeavors, and
then, rising in the carriage, she gave
one of the charming mountain jodels,
and finished oil with aspecimen of those
inimitable rills which require no patent
to render them unapproachable. In an
Instant camo hack four or five beauti
fully perfect echoes, with an imperti
nently clear trill at t lie cud. The young
Italian doffed his hat and exclaimed!
"Ah, niadamc, could I but make an
echo like that, my fortune here would
Some young ladies' favorite hero of
antiquity is .nanus.
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UXK "WEED KEMEDY.
THE UNK WEED REMEDY,
Oregon Rheumatic Care.
THIS REMEDY IS COMPOSED OF THE
(t I nln.lnlA t .1.. t T 1 - ... T .
Jliajplum CordatumOrlglnls.ljit. Indigenous
... u.kum. unini muM auunuantiy anu per
fectly In Washington county.
n Ji'0!1'?1?8 a.n Active and Volatile Principle,
cfpie y ' anJ n bl,,er TonIc l t,H
MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USES:
t1- ls 'V0 nin,lt Mue an,l speedy cure Srr
ilP.lu.",i" Rheumatic Oout and Riieumntic
f i i" n 1 k'!,Js that wasever Inlroduced Into
l-n-'atCrla s'ediea. Tlie UNK WEED ItK.M
i 'il i .1 l,P:rei by us, in consequence of the
f. "r. hlttfr. I'f'uclple, possesses the neces
sary virtue or being a
Promoting the Appetite and Invigorating the
whole Digestive Appuratus, thus building up
and strengthening tlie system, while at the
same time the volatile principle, lwlng ab
sorbed in tlie blood, acts specifically on tlie
Rheumatic Itoison, removing It from the circu
lation and system.
There lire Tew remedies known to the Medical
Profession which will remove the Rheumatic
I'oUon from the blood, but whose action is so
powerful In depressing the system of the al
ready enfeebled Rheumatic patient, that their
use has to be abandoned before specific cltects
are obtainable, and hence the want of success
In treating this prevalent and consequently
heretofore Incurable d Lease. Unlike these
medicines, already known, the UNK WEED
REMEDY.nlthongh producing as active and as
powerful effects on the blood and system in re
moving the Rheumatic Pol .on, nlo possesses a
strong Tonic and Recuperating Element which
admits of its continued use even bythemo-t
delicate and debilitated. Thus we have the
combination for the first time of these tvo
necessary elements In one remedy, which ac
counts forlts.superiorandnever-ntillng curative
ellects in Rheumatism Rheumatic Uout and
Rheumatic Pains or all kinds.
2f. lt. The UNK WEED RKMBDY Is partic
ularly APPI.ICARI.E TO LADIES, in conse
quence of Its Tonic Qualities.
Wc are aware of tho fact that It Is generally
an easy matter lo procure certificates attesting
the ollieacy of patent remedies rrom 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 and
scrupulous character, and because tlie large
class orthciracnuaintanees In Oregon will not,
for a moment, accuse or suspect them of any
exaggeration in the statements they may
Certificate rrom the Deputy Jailor of Mult
nomah County Jail:
City Jail, Portland, Oregon,!
. -.r r . - Juno 7 l!71- 1
Dr. A. M. Iiryea A Co.: I was attacked with
a severe case of rheumatism. It was in my
thighs, hlp, fingers, shoulder blade Indeed In
all the Joints or my body I suffered great pain
and anguish. I was attended by a regular phy
sician, but with no effect. I was Induced tu try
yourUnk Weed Remedy, and it Immedlatelv
eurcd me up. I consider It, rrom my expe
rience, tin; ls?t remedy rorrheuuiatlsm known.
ALFRED F. TURNER, Deputy Jailor.
Tills is to certify that the above statement is
correct to my own knowledge.
JOHN P. WARD.Jallor.
Altn California Book and Job PrintingOfllce,')
:c2 California street,
Kan Francisco, June 1.1S71. I
Dr. A. M. Loryea A- Co.: For several vears I
have been subject lo rheumatism In nfv right
arm ami shoulder, rendering me unable lo
work. On a recurrence of the attack some
time since, I was induced to try your "Unk
Weed Remedy," and the result was a perfect
cure In a few days. I took only two-thirds of
Ihe contents of one bottle. My Ann belief Is
that the "Unk" is a certain cure for rheuma
tism In all Its forms, and I would heartily rec
ommend all atfileted with that dreadful dis
ease to try your "Remedy" and liecured.
JNO. It. McLANK.
i Certificate of A. R. Shipley, Kso,., special con-
tnimiorio ine "Willamette Farmer," and Sec
retary oi the Oregon Horticultural Society!
Oswego, Oregon, March 23, 1S71.
Pr. A. M. Loryea: Some tour weeks ago I was
entirely prostrated with rheumatism; in fact I
was almost helpless. I sent to vou for one lit.
ounce uoiuc oi uic -iiiik; ween i;emcuy,"hy
the use or which I experienced almost imme
diate relief, ami by the time the bottle was
gone the rheumatism was gone. From my
own experience, and from what I have heard
others say who have used tho Unk Weed, I
believe It to be a certain cureforrheumatlsm.
Yours respectfully, A. R. SHIPLEY.
Certificate from Hon. "Nat. II. Lane, Pilot
Commissioner or Oregon, and a member or the
City Council ol East Portland:
East Portland, April 19, 1SH.
Dr. A. M. Loryen A Co.: I have been mulcted
for several years past with "weakness in tlie
back," ami wandering rheumatic pains, ac
companied by severe constipation. By tlie use
or one Niltle or your "Unk Weed Remedy, or
Oregon Rheumatic Cure," I have been entirely
relieved, and I cheerfully recommend it as a
most valuable anu eneclive remedy. i
NAT. H. LANE. I
member or the City council of East 1'ortlauJ: j
East Portland, April 7, 1S71. i
Dr. A. M. Loryea A Co. Gents: This Is to in-1
form you that I have used your "Unk Weed" 1
for neuralgia and rheumatic ixilns.nnd round
i rellel rrom the use or only one bottle, and can
recommeim ii to inusu in need oi sueii a rem
edy, lours, lilDJSON TIUUETTX.
Certificate from Hon. E. L. Qnlmby, ex-
tuuui) i,uuiiuis5iuiier ui jiuunomau county,
East Vortland, April 1, 1S71.
Dr. A.M. IryeaA Co.: Ihaveued lhe"Unk
Weed Remedy," and am satisfied It ls a valua
ble medicine. It regulates and invigorates the
system. This ls my experience with the Rem
edy. Truly yours, E. L. QUIMBY.
Certificate rrom Hon. A. J. Dufnr, ex-Presl-dent
or tlie Oregon State Agricultural Society
and author of "fitatistlcs ofOregon:"
East Portland, April 1, 1S71.
Dr. .V. M. loryea A Co.: I was atnlcted with a
severe attack or chronic rheumatism; was con
fined to my bed most otthe time rrom January
to July, when I used tho Unk Weed nnd it
cured mo up. A. J. DUFUR.
Certificate from James Bybce, the celebrated
stock-grower nnd "King of tlie Oregon Turf :"
Sauvie's Island, January 11, 1S71.
To Dr. A. M. LoryeaACo.: This Is to acknowl
edge the efllcacy of your "Unk Weed Remedy,
or Oregon Rheumatic Cure." I was mulcted
for months with a very serious attack or In
flammatory rheumatism, nnd tried nearly all
or the so-called rheumatic remedies without
any roller perceivable. I then tried your
Remedy, nnd Its use resulted in themost happy
effects a perfect cure. Truly yours,
Certificate from the well-known merchant
0. W. Weaver, Esq.: '
Tlie Dalles. Mav-si lri
Dr. X. M. Iryea A Co.: I have uselthc "Unk
Weed Remedy," and can cheerfully recom
mend It to persons atnlcted with Inflammatory
rheumatism. It cured me of that disease. My
hands, wrists, ankles Indeed, all my Joints
were .swollen and very painful.
O. W. WEAVER.
Certificate from the celebrated musician.
Prof. Otto VIeuxtcmps:
Oregon Musical Institute. 1
. , . Portland, Mayffi, 1S7L
Dr. A. M Loryea A Co.: I was attacked with
severe Inflammatory rheumatism, suffering
great pain, ami was so prostrated Hint I was
unable to lend to my business. I used one bot
tle or your "Unk Weed Remedy, or Oregon
Rheumatic, Cure," and was entirely cured hi
lt alone. OTTO V1EUXTEMP3.
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COUNTRY PRODUCE, FRUITS AND VEGETABLES,
Comer of Third and Washington streets (op
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Goods delivered to ail ltarts or the city FREE
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And hopes by attention to business and prompt
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ly. To first-elnss hands highest wages paid.
Also two sinxll girls wanted as apprentices.
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