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Homes of the Poor.
steadily increasing all the time, so that
by the time we reached Cedarwood we
N ew Y ork C ity , Juno 1G, 1879.
Passing into’First avenue, rfe find
were fairly enduring cataracts, ‘not all
JI. 11. W arner ¿* Co.—Gentlemen:—
that nearly every building is s. tene 1 herbv certify that my wife has been
in our eye,’ either.
“After standing a long time at the ment house, and a large majority of using Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver
door it was at length opened, slowly, them are six stories high.
Every i Cure for Bright’s Disease^ and she is
on ■ now entirelv
’Tis not much that I see for a picture.
Prepared Only by Wm. Pfupder, Operative Chemist
Through bows that are green with Spring— Abigail’s housekeeper.
‘Is that you,
physicians remedies failed, sho was in
A barn with its roof gray and mossy,
Why we. the ixscplc of the Facific Coast should any longer be pestered with worthless nostrums, made fifty years ajo
Mr. Alfred ■' sue asked, with disheart layers ef families—families because they duced to try your remedy, and received
east of the Rocky ^fountains, and that too. by jiersons who never even knew chemistry by its name proper, much less its
And above it a bird on tho wing.
‘We consist of parents and children, but not' beneficial results from tho first bottle*
ening tone and countenance.
wonderful workings. This question suggested itself years ago to Wm. l’funder, the only operative chemist ta Oregon. The
result was that this gentleman applied hunself to a great and tedious research of the different vegetations, growing in im
Or, tiffing my head a thought higher,
didn’t know vou were coming to-day.’ families in the sense we are used to, After taking four bottles, she was en
mense quantities, especially in Oregon, but shedding—until his discoveries—all their virtues from year to year to mother
Some hill* and a village I know,
“ ‘I didn’t know it myself till last where both parents and all the children tirely cured. Yours truly,
»PPlicMions, “d proper combinations culminated in the production known to-day as
And over it all the blue Heaven,
the OREGON BLOOD PUiilriER, Projrcsau, labare et scientla. cxtractum cancentratum. nomlnis Pfundtrtl Ortjoniens*
night,’ replied I. “But where is my strive to make home happy. Each floor
R obert V. F itzgerald .
With a white cloud floating below.
is divided into many suites of rooms,
the master. Haying had experience with very difficult medicines, chemicals etc., for over 25 years,
Ah! once the roof was a prison,
‘ J1?111*? niaMeretl them a.l tnrough hard study, both here, and in the East and if! Europe, we can confidently recommend
‘•Your aunt returned from spending each suite occupied by from four to six
our Botanical Remedies, because Wc have extracted, nay “wrenched* from the very heart-strings of hidden nature, all that is
My mind and the sky were free,
ri - h c<l bcne iCla tO su“ena®
and leaving the Empty Shells and Worthless Leaves to imitators, green and inex*
the Winter in town only yesterday, and or more persons. The door of one of mate, and she said that she never could
13, CUT THRIVING.
My thoughts with the birds went flying,
And my hope« were a Heaven to me.
bo more than assistcr to him.
p';. rf. rf.c i;nS.CSRcrefuh.i'a ?tJa:i ?L
il • ii’ ¿heir origin ia impure blJ^L------
consliptlion, affected kld-teys, dy«pep«ta.
Now I come from the limitless distance,
J 1.,-mry 23,
: .. ' >■ •<J--> January
A few bottles of your indeed valuable medicine, called PFUY
borhood can be said to be inviting. No
“Nothing should be done hastily,’’
“Wnere I followed my youth’s wild will,
l -n I I m
th • above statement.
It r —
‘:J; •- “
» J'l <i lerers, hen
ike - the
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“But I was still resolved, in my will one will have any objections to our going cries a fellow v. lio wants to be consider
Where they press the wine of delusion
That you drink and are thirsty still;
fulness and headstrong folly, to give up, for nothing is very private here od a philosopher, and a man has only to
And I know why tho bird with the Sprin g. Aunt Abigail a pleasant surprise, so I about. The people we are going to see get hold of a hot poker to realize that
Tiu0r.EG3JI BLOOD PURIFIER! Sucli are the words of one cf our lady
pushed past the housekeeper, and carry are as likely to be honest as we are, and the philosopher is wrong.
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S OUE- j ") J BLOOD PJRIrlcR. Use it; tho-e pimples will leave your otherwise finelv shaped forehead,
To the gnarled old tree comes back—
ill.; la .J , y - I a -> ny a .>u...e ot this ready invigorating remedy, and regain that natural biiiom on your sweet face, which no paint or jiowder can
ing the professor with me through dis they work and cam their own living.
Be has tried the South and the Summer,
mantles and disheveled rooms and halls, They are independent and beg ef no
‘"P-oved complexion and good health. I sold my h< bottle of Phindor’S
He has felt what the aweet things lack.
Or-.gon Blood I U. lu .r to n’Ltor An^ee ol this p ace, whose wife has b.-e 1 suffering Lo.n .general debility for over one year, although the Doctor tried his best to
hastened into the dining room. What no man. As for vice, they have little
cure her Auer u-
you^reaey the puu-nt fed bett-er, so much so that the ductor wards one dozen of this truly good medicine, which please send in my care at
HOTSL O£ FRANCE,
Bo I come with a sad contentment,
o : kc . 1 .iis u» an extra: t receded from Mr. Boos, F ore st Grove, Oregon.
With eyes that are changed I see;
I, I-reoeri... Rtiegg, of Multnomah county, State of Oregon, certify herewith that Wm. Ffunder’S Oregon Blncd Purifier has entirelv cured me of a skin dis-
bish and confusion, boxes of china and glingfor life. The head of nearly every ’line. 5!. Lrl’raiieoi-.. . - . • I’ropilelic-s
The roof means peace, not a prison.
nlLe™ !? eii' |‘
°u'<‘ <r -:
I * 1 1 a?P
t0 sevcral piiysicmus for relief, none of these gents could du nie any good, and I herewith recommend th*
Oregon Blood Purmer to all suffentig with such skm diseases. Signed: E. R uec . g .
silver, rolls of carpet and household one of these families in this great build This well known esdabhid.ment, entirely rebuilt,
And Heaven smiles down on me.
for tiie recepli'-n of guests, with everything new
Sea Sickness—I used to dread it—a sea voyage; but now, since I take Plunder’s Oregon Blood Purifier I do not feel the least inconvenience. Use a dose or
wares of various kinds, stood a figure ing isa laboring man. They have broad open
and elegant. I xperi nee 1 ITe.a h Co .k, in the culin
two before going on board and <ame after leaving vessel.
at which I stared open-eyed, unmouthed, shoulders and brawny arms and strong ary .'ep:i; t 1 lit Tiw II nso will be k. pt open all
Look at i.iin—that s.idow sole leather face—that dull red rimmel eye—that slouching walk—yes, look at him well. He is a dyspeptic. Now look at this
nigh iui'1 a free coach t > and trem the i»’. auibi>..is
step, bng.it eye, heu.tl.y comp’exion—how is this’ Well, he uses Plunder’s Oregon Blood Purifier and 11 -thingelse.
astonished and aghast. Ye gods ! was muscles, and they work all day and
Mo'mtam teyer of years standing cured without the use of Quinine in a short time. Read and admire: I have been suffering from mountain fever for
l,'’.Yslcian? toiiiine the only chance of my getting better would be a change of climate. Accidentally I came across a bottle of Plunder's Oregon Blood
Happening to say something before this my queenly, handsome Aunt every day, except in a few cases where
ruriner, used it, and fo.lowing directions by using a bottle of the S. S. S. Fever and Ague Mixture in addition, 1 am perfectly healthy now, and thus capsized lias
‘ . A » », 1;
G eu R gb G- ilex , Mail Carrier, U. S.
my friend Smith one day about pleasant
—ever to be revered—but ever creating nausea, will find speedy relief by using Plunder's Oregon Blood Purifier.
surprises, he replied with a groan and
speedy) Fever and Ague Mixture Certificate. I suffered some time with, what I was tol l, ma'ar.-J fever, accompanied witl
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shake of the head. “Ah, don’t tell me white teeth, the rustling robes of silk their hard labor, taking few holidays,
pains in my head, back, in fact, felt pains all over. Not getting any better after using all Kinds of medicines, 1 tried PFUNOE.l’S FEVER AND AGUE MIXTURE,
and since gained rapidly in health.
M arie W eiser , Seventh and C streets, Portland.
<• ’ ;
I ivf.n t >
about pleasant surprises. They are a and satin with the soft lace ruiHes, this they can barely scrape enough together
The different Constitutions. The Constitution of the United States, that master piece of human brain. How is your constitution! If billions use Pfundsr'l
i i* i •it?
V iota, Q
snare and a delusion! Surprise may be
Oregon Blood Pqfifier, the triumph of modem science.
Eim PsorLK's C hoice —T onic —-Bitters, sugared sarsaparilla, watered bad whiskies and pills made R. C.—hard as rock, are the cause, the reason, that to-day om
the essence of wit, as some authors tell have jiersonated one of the thiee fates alive. The city price for these men is
people suffer more from liver complaint, poor digestion, etc., than any other nation. The idea of giving our working population streh trash, and magnifying tlias
trash by calling it ferrated (or iron containing) medicine; here, where nature’s products are abundant, and very nutritious. Eat our Columbia River salmon;
us, but it certainly is not the essence of or the three fini s, this faded old $1 GO per day, and this may be taken
that splendid beef derived from cattle feeding on bunch grass; those vegetables at once healthy and within the reach of everybody, and then laugh at those puerilt
efforts of ignorant, inconsequent parties trying to force iron into yoursystem. All you want—you, who constitute the mass of the people is, to get your liver into work*
ing order, and there is no other or better remedy tlian PFUNDER’S OREGON BLOOD PURIFIER., Price, per boule, one dollar. Five dollars for half a dosen.
“ You speak feelingly on the subject.” gray hair, collapsed, ashy cheeks and a week, out of which they generally
bare gums ? But my dismay was no have to pay GO cents car fare. The
Your Druggist has it or will get it for you. "The Original." Insist upon having it I
“You would not wonder at that,”
said lie,, “if you knew tvhat causes prophetess unveiled, a queen dethroned, rent, keep their table, and buy their
I had to do so. I would a tale unfold and all this mischief done by the clothes. In some cases the head of the
on this point if vou would car« to hear thoughtless, headstrong folly of a boy family is a mechanic, and makes make
who, to add to his offense, must needs money ; in others he is a drunkard and
witness to the ruthless unveiling makes less. The more money, of course,
(hi my assuring him that I would, he
It was several minutes the better tho “style” in which the
proceeded to give me the following re
before either of us spoke. Indeed, it family lives. These people cannot af
the professor who first broke the ford the three things we are foolish
“ When 1 was a youth my mother
with a confused stream of ex enough to believe Heaven has furnished
had a maiden sister, with whom I was
e : s .
an acknowledged favorite, and as Aunt planation and apologies. The house- alike to the rich and the poor—air, light
Abigail possessed a handsemo fortune keejier coming in now, my aunt men and water. Even water is costly in
A FUL1. 1.ITÍÍT OF
in fee simple, there were other grounds tioned her to show us to the parlor, New York, but air and light must be
liesides those of sentiment for rendering
Pains in the Back and Kidneys, No:i-Rctention of Prine,
Inflammation of the Bladder or Kidneys, Diabetes,
her favor a desirable thing. She lived wretched hours whilst our rooms were —N. Y. Times.
Brick Dust Deposit in t'riue, Leiirorrhira«
at a handsome country place, which
ijers in all Principal Cities. Bargains from Ancticn and
Nervousness, Painful or Suppressed luenstruatiou.
she took great pride and pleasure in
An-l all the comp'ahit-i r.ri-in? f notn a diseased or dsSilitate I ?tate ol tho Kidneys or Urinary Organs of either
keeping in the pink of order. Indeed, until dinner, when she had been meta
sex It is 1’UliELY VEGETABLE all I ENTIRELY HARMLESS, an.I
••■ia’.iy adapted to the i.tcl* of WutuM
and Children. It presents the
The ship Constellation, which w as put
it would have vexed and mortified her morphosed by the arts of the toilet, but
for her own brother or sister to have both sides had a distinct and embarrass into commission, Thursday, for her
Lar^c^t and meat varied stock in Portland.
found« the least thing out of place or ing consciousness of the occurrences of charitable voyage to Ireland, is one of
repair on her premises, so ambitious the morning, and felt that it was im those splendid old vessels constructed of .'’•IELLIS
those who wish to make their own Tea; and for those wbouj mode of life renders it dicult to <lo this, w
CO., 126 first and 127 front Sts., Portland, Or. For
hat e preiK.; ed a
was she of sustaining liar reputation of possible for things ever to return to live oak, which our ship-building ances
Xe-.A V . * CKcc, f . ;."i. i.:: ! I-pj u:;r<; «Irei I. Phl’ndt Iplil.-t r.Ric;', Cii: Ylr.rL« I slff
From that tors knew how to build, and which navy
having the best-ordered establishment their former footing.
&:iu I’riiitcí-.<-<> oilier, J.’3 Sansom«* .street.
Which contains the virtues of the Plant in a form convenient for travelers and ethers.
in the community. Nor did she take day forward a change came over the ofliccrs fondly guarantee will “ last for
T.-Oit hil’HTTSC; I’TiTCTl T,TMrr.
less pain with her dress and porsonal spirit of her dream. She could never ever.” She was built in 1797, and pre
Full Directions Accompany Each Package.
appearance, which like her home get over the chagrin, mortification, sented to the government by the ladies
were handsome and imposing. Being anger and inconvenience entailed on her of Baltimore. She is about 2,000 tons
171 oacl t li o Folio wlxxfer Tc 'j t ixxxonia 1 • i
PoiiTUBn, Oregoi., July 29, 1789.
North Front St.,‘Portland, Oregon.
somewhat ceremonious herself, she did by my ‘pleasant surprise.’ In my obser burden, and, although originally ecn-
My Kidneys wi re in a very bad condition. Tli> I’rino was like brick d.i-c, anc I suffered a great deal with
not encourage informality in others, so vations of human nature I have found, structed solely with a view to ctlicieucy
my bm k. Ah remedied were unavailing until I t; ..-d the OREU'JN KIDNEY TEA, which gave mealinoetim-
•a;c :.;.te riliiL
they seldom approached her except by indeed, that one can forgive sooner than as a man-of-war, almost every inch of
roirrtAM», Civgon, August 2, 1879.
her space can be made available for
express invitation, and no ono had an
Having a s;v r • l,a.:ka -ho last Wi>it?r, I was in id vd to try the OREGON kIDNBY TE L I found it very
beneficial in its results. It v.as not more unpleaiuut to take tli.m ether tea. 1 woulJ re< mmend it te thooe
opportunity to see either herself or her lous position. This far .outweighs a freight purposes. She has been rebuilt
afflicted us 1 was.
JOHN P. FARMER,
several times, but she is practically the
PoiiTLAXi), Orqgor, July 31, 1879.
house behind the scenes. Hence she grave wrong or injustice
The OREGON KIDNEY TEA has cur .1 my back and Kidneys, and I am at a loss to el press my gratitu* e.
“Aunt Abigail treated me, as well as same solid old body, and reputation in
kept up all the greater prestige amongst
I shall always remember the OREGON KIDNE Y TE 1 n ith pleasure ami esteem, ami highly recommend it to all
my friends and acquaintances.
J. H. P. DOWNING (at P. Selling*«).
her friends and acquaintances, whose my friend, with formal politeness, but the navy for sailing qualities is very
Mill Htonew, Wíiéei’ WlseclH.
i ' ohti . akd , Oregnr, July 31, 1879.
high. The following are the oiEcers as
almost so'itary impression of her was
While I was in Tillamook last Winter, I was affected in my ba -I. an-i Kidneys so that it was almost itnposs
for me to na h Poitland. When I got here i was induced to try the OREGON KIDNEY TEA. I drank, at
311 indicators, Smuttcrs, Separators, Mill Lie
of a queenly dignified woman, clad in were heartily "lad when Easter was signed fo her : Commander E. E. Potter Water W
mv meals, lhe tea ma le from it, and it iias effected a rad cal cure. 1 can highly recommrnd it to all who are
Leather and Rubber Belting- and afflicted a 1 was
elegant black siik or satin, with soft over. After that I went to Cedarwood (commanding officer),. Lieut. Com Picks, Diamond Too! , Bolting uiotn,
Oregon, Dctember 13, 1879.
mander J. M. Forsyth, Lieuts. Cogcwcll
thread lace rutiles at her throat and
Ik,th myst ’l and wife Lave been for s mie years afflicted with ili-e.seoi the Kidney«, and had tried many
ALLIS A GD.’s iKH RLE AND remedies without olitaininz any permanent relief. About three montbs a^.i w e were inilu.-e i to try a package of
Wc i*: ; l I-o
;o kef») in «-leek
wrists, a faint rose-tinge (like the pale serve the exact time fixed by my aunt. and Law. Ensigns Wilner and Dorn,
the OREGON' KIli.Nr.Y TE t, w.iicli has apparently entirely cure I >> >: i oi us, as since tak.'ig it two week« we
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reflection of the last rose of Summer) When she died a few wars later, and Midshipman Halpin, Paymaster Bil SJXGLL <
b.vvc felt no sympt-ms of the disease. We van hcaitily recommend it t • others similarly a. Iicted, as we believe
M. L WHITE.
Siavi n' hviit and put in operalion sorae ef the best ¡'lour and S uyv it will do ull that is claimed for it.
still lingering on her check*, soft chest her w ill was read, the body of it filled lings, Boatswain Bousell, Sailmakcr
.' st < ai t, Oregon, De-ember 28, 1879.
I take plea ure in testifying to the merits of the OREGON KIDNEY ’i LA. For the ]>a t three years 1 hav
White. The nine inch guns wc-ie hoist ing Yvitli u-. befcre purchasing; c I m where.
nut locks bordering her brow, and a
liecn suffering from Kidney troubles, and during the tunc have trie 1 i.carl,. every kind of Kidney medicine in
row of sound, white teeth gleaming in Cedarwcod and other valuable property ed out Thursday, and provisions for her
the mxrlret, almost without any relief. Having heard that tho o.'EGO s KIDNEY TEA iKMMeaeed wonderfu
Bedrock Prices and tirst class work Kuaranteed with every stile.
prop, rties, 1 purchased a package, and from ll.e first dose obtained r.-ilcf, n.;.l by the Hie of.the one package feel
her mouth when she would smile gra in the shape of stock, etc., to her dear crew of 80 men were put on board. She
N cjh I for ilhish’utrd CataloKtie and Price-Liii.
I. i cexf . C ity , Oregon, October 20. 1879.
I liersby certify that I wxs suffering from an attack of back* 1 ■ r-> - ■.-■-c that I went adoubled up and
„Though in a stately kind.’
codicil ! How it did unman me and the middle of this week. Three-fourths
could not straighten ui>. I used one n ka.-e of the OREGON KRd.sEY TEA, and 1 am fully persuaded that 1
“ When I was in my eighteenth year, make me curse my own folly ! It was of her space has already been engaged
was restored oy its help.
JOHN W. LENGER.
Ilannisr.cBa, Oregon, Im-ember 81, 1879.
Aunt Abigail attended the intermediate j dated a week later than the ill fated by three charitable individuals, an I the
I have used the OREGON KIDNEY TEA for ;>ain3 ip the brnand 1 am .-atisne 1 with its effect«, and do
celebration at my school on February ■ Easter of my ‘pleasant surprise,’ and romaining quarter will bo j lomptly
hesitate to recommend it a* a mild and safe remedy.
Z. T. SCOTT.
II ai . io .- li ko , Oregon, December SI, 18/9.
1 1th, and seemed much pleased with our lead thus: ‘1 hereby revoke the be filled by miscellaneous contributions.—
The OREGON KIDNEY TH V has done my wife as much if not more go.nl tl ;.n any <:f the many remedies
Fhe has used for pains i:i the back, anl 1 believe it to lie a good r.-me-ly for t.-q d.sv-i-.es which it is reoommended
professor, whose ornate and cxcessively- quest of my estate Cedarwood, etc., etc., Bristol Herald, March 25.
A. M. COX.
¡»olished manners (after tho Grandisc- to my nephew, Alfred Smith, and trans
l.'Af Kfsr.rR.i, Oregvn. Dec. 81, 1879.
Some three months ag > I was aitackc I with a severe Pain in ;uy Ba k. 1 b mgar. a package of the OREGON
nian school) were exactly to her taste. fer the sai l Codarwocd and other prop
KIDNEY TEA and by th« time I lru! used one half of it I was i-n'ir. 'y rc'ieved aid have not been troubled
What an Old Woman Heard.
He entertained her with many labored erties to the children of my brother
since. 1 cheerfully rec nnuu-ti 1 it 11 ah who may be suffering from a ...— <>r w .-i.< back, as a pleasant, sols and
B. J. GRIGSBY
gallantries ami much “genteel conver Joseph, in Missouri.’ ’
Pi. kt : exn, On gon, February 8, 1880.
A droll mistake was made by an im
Ilaring suffered f >rycar3 with pains in my back, I tri >1 the OREGON KihNEY 1 EA and found immediate
“l)o you wonder now,” said Smith, in
sation,’judiciously seasoned with deli
reli.f and a permanent cure. 1 heartily reeommend it to ailatlii '.cd in like u Miner.
MRS. L. CoHN.
cate flattery and profound deference conclusion, “that I shudder at the bare aginative old dame, who, having per
( jatilla , On con, January 20, 1880.
It is tbs best Blood Purifier, and stimulates
Having received great benefit by the ti’c of OREGON KIDNEY TE i, I take gieat pleasure in recommend
mitted a telegraph pole to be placed on
for her own views. In looking back to mention of a ‘pleasant surprise I ’’
every function to more healthful acllon, and i.i
ing it to those suffering from kidney trouble or backache as a s; ceJy a ■<! nuri cure.
J. A. PERKINS.
pK.si'l.rros, Oregon. January 12, 1880.
all this, I now see what 1 was too un
“Indeed I do not,” 1 1 eplied, “and
J In eliminating the im purities of thebloM. tho
Ila. ing used the OREGON KIDNEY TEA for one of my sons, whtxe urinary organs were injured by taking
f natural and necessary result is ther-tirei-f .s-.-rnf-
sophisticated to see at tho time, viz, though they arc» not often attended with chief of the telegraphic company con
tu’iicntine, 1 cheerfully certify tu its beneficial effects, and rec iiiiv- «1 tl.e same to the public.
¥ iilous and other Skin Eruptions »nd Diseases,
LOT LIVERMORE. Agent for Wells, Fargo A Co.
g including Cancers, Hirers and other Son s.
that the professor executed all these i such disastrous results as you have just cerned to complain t’ at she coul I get
I <>KTi.ANi>, Oregon. January 22.1880.
£ Dyspepsia. Weakness of the stomach,Constl-
st iti* freaks with some view to matri described, yet they are almost always
I hereby certify that I li .ve u-c 1 the OREGON KIDNEY TEA .an 1 I > n ;r.rtly benefited by it 1 neartily
■ cured by the 3«rie Kiltcra. It is unequaled
rccuminenu it to the public.
CrtAIGlE SUARPt'. J L,
mony; at least he had a vague idea that objectionable, and lead to some incon the noise made by the messages passing
j as an appetizer and regular tonic.
Traveling Agent for the Wheeler & Wilson MfgCo ,
20 Gear y street, S»n Francisco.
if the worst came to the worst, Cedar venience and contretemps. If you de over her head. “I don’t think, sir,”
3 By. and which, wherever used, will buve t;;c
roRTLAXn, Oregon, January 12, 1880.
j payment of many ductors' bills.
wood (my aunt’s home) would not l>e cide to give a friend a pleasant surprise said she, “you can be aware of all that
H iving a sev re backache Lisi Summer, 1 was induced t<> try the OREGON KIDN’tl TEA. I used one can
.] Bottles of two sizes; prices 50 cents and 11.00.
cf the Tea, wl-i.b lias iffcvtc 1 a radical eyre. I would reeoiutncnd it to all who are effected u an unfailing
an undesirable retreat for an elderly in the shape of an unexpected visit, ten is said along them wires. There’s a
widower. My aunt had no idea of con to one you arrive at his house on the great deal that hadn’t ought to be. 1
FF.XDi.KToy, Oregon, January 12, 1880.
Having guffere-I with my kidneys, I was induced to try tho OREGON KIDNEY TEA, wnich relieved tue in a
die« arc «old
tracting any matrimonial alliance, but very day his wife has selected to take up can assure you sir, that very much that's
short time, 1 take pie «sure in rvcommending it lo the public as a safe remedy for kidney difficulties.
G. W. BAILEY. County Judge of Umatilla county.
still she had not reached tlm age (what or put down carpet:-, or perhaps you will said there, that I have to lie and listen
S alem , Oregon, January 20, 1880
woman ever does?) when the homage find the hou.ic crammed full of other
from c time ago I bought a pa kage <>f OR EGON KIDNEY TEA, and after using it, ft It better than I had for
■in<. My wife pronounce«
years and bought t’.vo I h > v < s T>n>re, l*enig unwilling to be without so valuable a nwdicin«
and admiralion of the other sex were guests, with some of whom, perhaps, hear; and 1 hope vou will put a stop to
it lhe best Umucy pre;airaticn in use.
January 18, IMO.
S alem , Oregon,
distasteful to her, so she permitted the you are not on speaking terms. In it.” The amused gentleman was hardly
if it, . but my baekaeha h en-
I bought a can of the ORE J IN KIDNEY TEA a-rl have used only a part of
professor to offer her has antiquated some cases you will find illness in the able to meet the accusation with due
tirely cured. It Las a splendid effect upm the urinary organs.
J. F. HUDSON.
Ra«-lio<»t4>r. Ji. V.
gallantries and was not ill-pleased by family; in others you will find only the gravity; but he did contrive to keep his
"Send for l’arr.piilcl
them. In fact, he so far ingratiated house at home, /»¡together, I think a countenance while he informed the old
SOLL BY ALE DRLGGISTS <£• GENERAL DEALERS.
Tit \I>E !
himself with her that she invited him moderate degree of ceremony essential lady that the young men who had hith BODGE. DAVIS ¿i Ci?.. Agents»
1 RADE !
to come with me and spend Easter at to the smoothness and comfort of social erto worked the wires were under notice
her hcuse, together with a large party lite, and I am much of the opinion of a of dismissal, and that in future only
of friends she expeeted then from lady in Richmond, who, on having a young wom*n of great respectability
hint given her by a young man that he would be employed, so there would be
I HIE 1’rOi‘LE !
‘‘Owing to severe sickness oa the part was getting up a surprise party to invade no danger of bar propriety being
THE PEOPLE !
of the assistant teacher, our Easter va her peaceful domains, she replied, shocked any longer.—Chamber’s Jour
THE PkilPI >
cation was granted three or four davs ‘When I want you all, 1 will invite nal.
THE ■Ol’LE I THE
earlier than usual, and it flashed over you.’ ”
An invalid insisted to his doctor that
EVERYW HERE !
my impulsive mind, ‘It will be a good
“I have known of artless and confid
EVI RYWHERE !
he was certainly growing weaker every
idea to give Aunt Abigail a pleasant ing women cn a Summer trip,” resumed
day, and that the end was not far ofl!
FOR THE HARVEST 1880.
surprise. I will run right down to her Smith, “whose enjoyment was quite
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“Why, doctor, he said one day in quer
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dashed by the thoughts of the lonely
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tones, “a month ago I could walk
•‘On the spur c.f tho moment I hur and ascetic life led by their husbands
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round the park yonder, and to-day I
IT coxqui HS PAIN.
ried off to the professor and insisted on whom they imagined to be pursuing a
33 and 35 Front street. 32 and 34 First street, : : Portland, Oregon,
The Easiest to 'innage,
IT GONçl.-.hS PAIN j
was so weak that I could only walk half
ir eoXqlEKS PAIN.
his accompanying me. At first he de round of ceaseless toil in order to afford
way round and then back .again.”
IT coNqi'hi'S PAIN.
DEALERS IN AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, &c.,
murred on the score of its being three them recreation. Sometimes the impulse
IT cwxql Elis I’AIN.
The Lightest Runhiug,
PRICE «I CENTS.
ELL THE RAIN WAGON, HODGES’ HEADER WITH IMPROVEMENTS FOR 1890, MARSH HARVESTUW
davs earlier than the time appointed by to give their husband a pleasant surprise
A well known German minister, lb v. .
50 CEXTs. I KICK f-0 CENTS.
McCormick Harv< «ters, uith SelfHinders, Tiger Sulk-. Rake. ’1 In-mas’ Sulkv Rakv,
Aunt Abigail, but cn my assuring him
5-1 CRN ■ S. I’RI-'E 51 CENTS.
The Host Perfect Work,
inirf-Jo I itts ^ parators ami Powers, Spring Wagons, Oliver <’Hille l Metal Plows, Mo ine Plows, Garden City
A Opitz, ot Schleisingerville,Wisconsin, !
j. -nS’ ■Lri<*’ni-y1 , “tent Han’ows, La Dow Wheel Harrows, Broadcast Seeders and Cultivators, Garden Seed
that this would make no difference, he than appointed, has led to the revelation writes:
Grain ^^krx, Pacific Fanning Mil), Straub Milte, French Burr Old Quarry
seemed to think 1 ought to know my that these anchorites were very much
Mi Stone Mill 1 inks I roof Staffs, Smutters, Bolting Cloth, Leather and Rubber Belting, Scale«, Churn«, Cider
1 was a suflerer with rheumatism for
Cutters Scythes Snaths, Cradles, Forks, Hoes, Road Scrapers, Canal Barrows, Grindstone* and
aunt and her ways better than he did like the rigid hermit described in Scott’s years. Friends recoin mended the use of Í »cs a Sîralgbl S -If Srtiiag Nrrtllc nu4
fixtures, Tnresning Engines, I ortable and Stationary Engines, Saw Mills, Saw«, Fence Wire, B«rbedand Plain.
lîuc-i Ilie Greatest Variety anti-
aC “T*1 pn<‘7 on Bollln8 Cloth »nd Grist Mill Machinery, of which we keep only the best quality. No
and finally agreed to my projiosition; ‘Ivanhoe,’ who k?pt a store of rich ven St. Jacob’s Oil. I tried it, and must
c??de,«n«i ftooa« in Stock. Have y ou their Catalogue for 187'J ! If eo, scud name and «ddrew
Widest »nölte of Work.
so we started ofl’ the next morning. ison and generous wine for refection in confess that the result was astonishing.
o.i post* card askmg for hl PPLEMENT ANU PKK E-LIST
___ »'g H you have not get the Catalogue for 1«7»_ ask for IL
It was a balmy April day when we set his austere hermitage. By coming home Having hardly used up the first bottle, Titos? who have tiied it aro delighted
Fol LANDERS. HOLLANDERS.
out, butl with the fickleness character a few days sooner than expected, a wo 1 found relief, and the second one cured
with it, as it is the only ’ silent
E HEMIANS. BOHEMIANS.
istic of‘that month, the weather had man may sometimes walk in upon a din me. I therefore feel under obligations,
SEWING MACHINE that Diakcs
Portland City Directory for 1880,
changed by the time we reached our ner cr wine party given by her lonely and shall recommend this effective rem
lhe LOCK STITCH.
instrument that en
brut PoKtpaM fer
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destination, and we got ofl' at the station husband to h^s bachelor friends and find edy whenever 1 have a chance.
It is the Best Machino fur all FamiK
in a cold, drizzly rain, which both liter them all as merry as that jolly old soul,
Use. uot L. in bio to ret out of Order-
I'XDRK THE Sf.X
ally and figuratively threw a damper the famous King Cole. Pleasant sur
I?. iz, ^°^oi*xnlo]c
teeth ! It is a remark
A G£ KT
If you are going to paint your house,
1 of Kheumitbm, Neuralgia
w ! *"-d
over us. Aunt Abigail was in the habit prises are generally fatal to innocent bam, wagon or machinery, the vender-1 We place it cn trial with all other 1L m kaeiiK,
raiiu a.d at! Iciilar Lcdily paius aud a
able success. All deaf
of sending her comfortable carriage for and agreeable delusions. Indeed, thev ful Inqierishable Mixed Paint is surely
persons should try it,
OT, JAiCOniJ OIZi,
I rhe AUDIPHONE will
visitors expected on the train, but, nat are dangerous things in all respects, as I the best, for it is warranted by their
was XVir.ner over Eighty Competit
Importer« and Dealer« In
urally, she did not have it awaiting for am ruefully aware. In regard to visit agents in your own town not to chalk,
be sent free to any ad-
Directions in eleven languages wi:h every bottle.
ors in Paris in 1878.
dress on receipt of price,
us on this occasion. I had to reconnoi ing one’s friends, I think we might, with crack, peel or blister; to core r better and 1
Of Every Descnpton,
Drugrists sell this Gn at German Pemedy at
$10, or on trial, “C. O. Cutlery, Fishing Tackle,
tre for a vehicle to carry us to Cedar a slight alteration, quote the French work easier than any other paint. The Inaper Try It and voti will be «tire lo.like.anrt.buy It
tollable Paint was awarded the ilrst premium, j
pole«, Cruqaet Game», Baaw Bali«/^ »•««•
wood, but met with only indiflefent suc proverb and conclude that propriety and over
all other paints, at the California Slate I
D. and charges,’ at ex Corurr Front and Alder St a,. ferti»Tt^^
IF in me. Rliic Risy purennae or lu
Fair, 1878, and tl.e gold medal at the Oregon WHEELER â WitSÜN HANF’G CO.
cess, finding nothing but an open farm forethought should teach i us to avoid state
Fair, 1S7S. Get a circular from their i
vrritiut; In response lo any nUvertiae* pense of party ordeiing, with option cf
Karli weet to Agent*. Oood«
wagon, in which we jolted along slowly them.” Mary W. Early, in Detroit Agent, which exo!alas this wouderfui <Jtoc«v-
tewilnum ial» rovg*
131 Third St., PcrtJgnd, Ogn.
inent in mis paper you will please men* return.
Ih-iq.-irairve. J«M erUiAOe^
and robghly for five miles, the rain Free Press.
lion me aame of me aaper.
H. E. MATHEW», A»«’"»* .
TUBUViin A WINDOW.
lie here at rest in my chamber,
And look through the window again
With eyes that are changed since tho eld
And the sting of an exquisite pain.
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