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brightness and gayety. She was manned der, half buried in the sand 1 A spar
es, it was that
by as gocU and bold a crew as ever and a human figure I
A word unspoken, a hand unprassed,
of a man. A woman clung closely to
A look nnueen or a thought ungueeseJ,
Gould’s winnings during the last year
him. Twas the brave commander and
And souls that were kindred may live apart, hearted captain.
are variously estimated, but on any reck
Never to meet or know the truth,
How bright and beautiful were the his beautiful bride. Her arms were oning Lia capital ha3 been rolling up
Never to know how heart beat with heart
waters as her sharp prow cut through about hia neck, and a sad, sweet smile like a snow-ball. The New York Pub-;
Prepared Only by Wm. Pfander, Operative Chemist
In the dim post days of a wasted youth.
them, and they were hurled aside by the upon those pale cold lips, One of his lie says that a year ago he sold 100,000
WTiy we, the people of the Pacific Coa*t should any longer be pestered with worthless nostrums, made fifty yeaH
She shall not know how Lis pulses leapt
graceful lines of her huge hull ' First hands still grasped the spar. With the shares of Union Pacific for about $7,-
east of the Rocky Mountains, and that too, by persons who never even knew chemistry by it* nam« proper, «meh lee* M
When over his temples her tresses swept;
wonderful workings. This question suggested itself years ago to Wm. Plunder, the only operative chemist in Ore goo. Tn«
they were of a bright green; gradually other he held her close. Together, 500,000. Then lie bought a controlling
As she leaned to give him the jasmine wreath
***»!t was that this gentleman applied himself to a great and tedious research of the different vegetiliens, growing m mi -
hand in hand, their spirits had ascended
menje quantities, especially in Oregon, but shedding—until hi* discoveries—all their viarucs from year toyear to «■ «MT
che felt his breath, and her face flushed red
interest in Kansas Pacific, which was et
earth. His tedious researches, scientific applications, and proper combinations, culminated in the production known to-day ar
With passionate love that ehoked her breath, they changed altogether and became a to the bridal feast
1*2. for about ¿600,000, and in the next
the OREGON BLOOD PURIFIER, Pngrt»»u. /abort tt tdtntia, txtraclum conctttratum, nomialt PfnndtrH OrtftMtM»
And saddens her life now her youth is dead. dark hue. •
Experience makes the master. Having had experience with very difficult medicines, chemicals, etc, for ovr tsjfear^
Happy and light of heart weie the
A faded woman who waits for death
?4,000,000, Wabash was at 18 when
and having mastered them all through hard study, both here, and in the East and in Europe, we can confidently reci mmenn
passengers. They had caught some in
our Botanical Remedias, because we have extracted, nay “wrenched'' from the very heart-strings of hidden nature, all that M
And murmurs a name beneath her breath;
good and beneficial to suffering humanity, and leaving the Empty Shells and Worthless Leave» to imitators, grewn and use«-
People at Pesth are reported to be in Gould bonght, men say, two thirds of
YOUNG, BUT THRIVING.
A cynical man who ssoffs and jeers
spiration from this beautiful day, and
the stock, and it rose later to 62E H is I
At women and love in the open day,
were engaged in merry Bong laughter. a
PFUNOER’SOREGON BLOOD PURIFIER will positively be found a valuable remedy for chronic constipation, affected kidneys, ffytpepal*. Ivor C*»«
And at night-time kisses with bitter tears
plallrt, rheumatism, scrofula, and all other diseases having their origin in impure blood.
The city gradually faded from sight, a criminal who had been hanged. It is Louis Northern (which he bought at 7i.
A faded fragment of jasmine spray.
[One of Many.)
R oskbukg , Oregon, January >3, 18S0.
A few bottles of your indeed valuable trsdicine, called PFUNDER’S OREGON BLOOD
and at last was lost. As they floated an unusual event, y«t not by any means and saw rise to 47)and Wabash are put at :
PURIFIER have entirely cured my Kheamatism of io years standing, and other acquaintances speak very highly about it, performing A cure in every instance.
Such a blessing should be made known to all sufferers, hence 1 make the above statement.
H. S chwartz .
smoothly along, the scene grew brighter unpreedented. While the famous Sir §4,850,000. In all, bv spending about ■
of PFUNDE r ',S ^JREGoli' BLOOD^PURI f I e R* * res‘Jcnt of Portland, says: For ti years I suffered from liver complaint—tried everything. Cured with 6 bottles
and more beautiful along the banka
S3,5C0,000 for stocks, Gould lias netted
1 read about it, tri«d it. and am Mill using it when occasion requires UTiatf The OREGON BLOOD PURIFIER! 3-a:h are th« words of ooe of <mr lady
Here was a farm house, with its several stones who gathered moss everywhere, i?l 1,000,000, if, an impoitant if, he were \
lecturers. All ladies will understand what is meant.
For shame young man! Get a bottle of PFUNDER’S OREGON BLOOD PURIFIER. Use it; those pimples will leave your otlierwise finely shaped forehead.
It was one of those bright and yet outbuildings, all surrounded by large
to sell out. Meanwhile he can borrow on
And you, too, young lady; you also try a bottle of this really invigorating remedy, and regain that natural bloom on your sweet face, which no paint or powder car
beautiful davs in the golden month of
his holdings iwoor three times the amount i
The cause of general debility removed in a short tin»e, rapid gaining of flesh, improved complexion an! good hea’-h. I sold my last bottle of Plunder’s
October, when old Summer, with his fully gr'zing in the fields beyond, while bringing to life a girl who had been of his original capital. The question in
Oregon Blood Purlfter to Doctor Angee of this place, whose wife has been sutfering from general debi’ity for over one year, although tha Doctor tried h*s be»t to
cure her. After using your remedy the patient felt bdter, so much so that the doctor wants on: dozen of this truly goad medicine, which please send in my care at
fervid heat, seems loath to leave us, oveihead could be seen a flock of crows
Wall street now is how much Gould ex
once. This is an extract received from Mr. Boos, Forest Grove, Oregon.
and lingers yet for a few days, until his cawing continually as they wheeled in eventually proved that she was inno pects to make on his Central stock, of
I, Frederick Ruegg, of Multnomah county, State of Oregon, certify herewith that Wm. Plunder's Orecinn Blood Purifier has entirely cured me of a skin dis-
forces aie gradually lessened by the circles over the com fields. A foiest in cent This feat probably largely as which he has at least 83,000 shares.
ea<e, produced by poison oax. A.though I had applied to several physicians fur relitf, none of these gents tocld du me any gaud, and I here* itb recommend ih<
Oregon Blood Purifier to all suffering with such skin disease». Signed: F. K uegg .
th9 diBtance covering the sides of a Bisted in gaining for him, the following
coeling winds of Autumn.
Sea Sickness—-1 used to dread it— asoa voyage; bat now, since I take Plunder’» Oreaon Blood Purifier I do col feel the lea*« incon•■enienca. Ure a da««*
xo before going on board and same after leaving vessel.
At some distance from the business mountain, and extending away at last Anatomy at the college founded by
Look at lum-that sallow sole leather face—that dull red rimmed eye—that slouching walk— ye*, bole at him well. 11« is a dyspeptic. Kw b«k «* (Ml
LftJy Ch<arlotte D.tcon died at her res-j
haunts of the thriving city cf San Fran into the blue and empty air, while dot
'ne: Elastic step, bright eye, healthy complexion— how is this? Well, he uses Plunder's Oregon Blood Purifier nnd n thing else.
Mountain tever of years standing cured without the use of Quinine in a short time. Read and admire: 1 have been suffering from mountain
cisco, which borders upon the bay of ting the whole of the rippling surface 1736 was especially notable for this sort
fears. My physicians told me the only chance of my getting better would be a change of climate. Accidentally 1 came across a bottle of Plunder S Oregon B<**B
ag“ of 78. She was the second daughter j
urlfier, used it, and following directions by using a bottle cf the S. S. S. Fever and Ague Mixture in addition, 1 aru perfectly healthy now, and thus capsirtd «fc*
the same name, wiih her thousands of
of cases in England. In Hertfordshire of Ed Aar 1 Harley, fiiflh Earl of Oxfoid, t
theory of my physicians.
G kokgk G kum , Mali Carrier, U. S.
Ladies in that delicate stat* avar to b« revered -but ever creating nausea, will find speedy relief by using Plunder'» Oregon MBoff FarfBar.
riots had arisen in connection with turn and though of lato years only known to
beautiful grounds and green parks of
Pfunder’s S. S. S. (safe, sure, speedy) Fever and Ague Mixture Certificate. I suffered some time with, what I was told, malarial fever, accompanied wMb
j bow, bowling merrily along upon its pike tolls, and several persons were sen her own circle of private friends, was
pains in my head, back, in fact, felt pains all over. Not getting any better after using all kinds of medicines, 1 tried PFUNDER’S FEVER AND AGUE MIXTiNW
and since gained rapidly in health.
M auk W bisib , Seventh and C streets, Portland.
course. A large schooner was moving tenced to be executed. Among them ciie of the famous beauties of the first]
retircd sea captain.
of the United States, that master piece of human brain. How is your constitution? Ift llious, ■«• Pf**4»^*
slowly up the bay, towed by a tiny tug. was one Reynolds. He was cut down, quarter of this contuiy, and is the Lady
OrMOn Blood Purifier, the triumph of modern science.
' »’tei spending many years upon the They were passing through the “Golden after hanging, by the executioner, and Charlotte Harley whom Lord B\ ron has
T hs P boplb ' s C hoice —T onic —Bitters, sugared sarsaparilla, watered bad whiskies and pills made B. C.—hard as rock, are the cause, the reason, that to-day «ar
pooule suffer more from liver complaint, poor digestion, etc., than any other nation. The idea of giving our working population such trash, and magnifying that
ho determined to give up Gate,” one of Natures’ greatest and placed in a coffin; but as it was being iiuinuitnlized in his poem io “ Jantlie,
trash by calling it ferrated (or iron containing) median«; here, where nature’s products are abundant, and very nutritious. Eat our Columbia River islm—;
that splendid beef derived from cattle feeding on bunch grass; those vegetables at once healthy and within the reach of every boriy, and then laugh at those puerii«
his c’dlling,' a< 1,0 was now ricvh> difiPo8,e grandest freaks. Anon they were be tLrust down, put his head up and en which forms tho prol'die to “<'bilde'
efforts of ignorant, inconsequent parties trying to Core« iron into your sysem. All you want—you, who constitute the mass of the people is, to get your liver into a«rtr
of his ve,sel<
enJ°X these bard- yond the head of the bay, and were deavored to force up the lid. The exe Har; 11.” Shu was the wife of tho lat
kig order, and there is bo ocher or batter remedy than PFUNDER’S OREGON BLOOD PURIFIER., Price, per boule, one dollar. Fiva dollars for half a dona.
earm d pleasures in bi? wie;low
Re passing the lighthouse. The land grad cutioner, probably intent on concealing Gerfi re.l T'acon.
Your Druggist has it or will get it for you. • "The Original.” Insist upon hauing iti
Having lost, his w ife, a ‘eautiful and ually faded away into long banks of blue his own bad execution, would have
accomplished woman, somo eigJ^ y«ara clouds.
thrust him in and forced down
before, he was now- left with only oiiC
3-t last they were in the calm Pacific, the lid, but the mob saw what he was
fc uoec»»ors to Hawley, Dodd <fc Co.,
daughter to comfoit him in his declining with ¿CT mild ana balmy breezes, her about and prevented it, nearly killing
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cloudless skies above and blue waters tho executioner. Reynolds was taken
Maud was the only living child, and below. On the fflorrow they expected to his house, where he turew up a great Hardware, Iron,
was a perfect image *f her mother, now to weather the stormy ¿3pe And night d‘*al of blood. A glass of wine was
Oiici I r sale, at lowest rates, the following first-class machinery, for which we are Sole AgenU :
view’, with ©yes of settled down upon them, leaving all in given to him, and it was at first thought
pa.ssed from earthly
S j ^^ e ^ wer ’ and reaper .
a dark brown that one could forever peace and happiness, with nothing to he would recover, but he died within a
t’e'w hours. The sheriff, believing the
lock into and never be able to sound disturb their calm slumbers.
Ko large a portion of the grass
and grain crops of the Pacific
their depths ; hair o* dark chestnut,
The morning broke ele.tr and beauti man dead, had left immediately aitei
Coast have been cut by the Buck
that flowed in sunny ringlets about a ful, with not a cloud to obscure the the hanging. In the following Septem
eye that no farmer here can be
fair and classic brow, ami a form
It was a warm aud ber, Joshua Harding and John Vern
ignorant of its merits or require
face that might well be envied by many lovely day; even the most feeble had ham were condemned for houte Lroak-
*25^'1 argument to convince him of its
a fair one.
ventured from their berths to behold ing, and hanged at Bristol. When cut
this beautiful scene. But, as the day i , down, both íevived, but the latter died
llarding was placedin
I I wore or , a cloud was seen in the offing. ! the tame night
said ho remember
| At first, it was only a small, white spot;
not yet r»ach’ «i the nvo of twenty-five ; then another rose, to be followed by slid ed baing at the gallows, but had no re
The no plus ultra of all Threshing
)>ut from the jeriuus brow and streaks another; they seemed to be hurrying to collection of Vernham’s being with him. .Machines,
uncqualed for light draft,
of Lira’, tn those dark locks, vou would gether until they had combined into one He was pardoned, and placed in a chari power, durability, fast threshing and
Buppos»’ him to be fuily t'-n wars oL'er. largo and widely extend« d mass, which table institution, chiefly, it appears, uul clean separation; as improved for
With eyes of that peculi«ai gray that at rolbtl along, blackening and enlarging of consideration of a weak intellect. ISSO, it stands unrivalled.
once show ?tr«ngth and determi.'i.’tion until it covered the whole heavens.
I The most elaborate preparations wcr ■
superiority« as if is too well and favorably known to need comment
of character, « ark ami ctiriy hair shad
A breeze sprung up, lashing the waves made for saving the Rev. Dr. Dodd, ex
the perfection of all Reaping and Mowing Machines.
ing a bij.adand expansive forehead, giv ; into frothy foam; the white capB were ecuted for forging the name of the Eirl
WALTER A WOOD’S
WALTER A. WOOD’S
ing evidence of intellect, combine with rising, now sinking; few remained on of Chesterfield—(not the Lord Chester
The Standard of Excellence aud
Well K domu
these a firm ami expressive mouth and «leek to see the storm which threatened. field, be it observed, who wrote the fa
leads all labor saving machines. ENCLOISEjD-GEAR MOWER
chin, broad shoulders, well «leveloped
The waves were tossing aud tumbling,
It took the World's Binder Prizes
1 H. 3 iu. ent, 4 ft. «i in. ent.
ARVÍSTER AflD SELF-BINDER. a
form, am! startling full six f»?< t iu I driving the sleet and rain with great lent authority that the doctor’s life was
in 1879. It is the simplest, strong
WALTER A. WOOD Is dU4th.' credit of having
L'clit, he was indeed tit to be tho guar violence against tLe deck and rigging. not extinct when ho was remove«! frm
est and lightest running Binder in in use b> more than 10,000 (aim rs. Its popularity is .
introduc'd tin* first. sucecvMul :«lf-binder, sud thia
dian of the Luman freight placed under The sea grew uioro boisterous as the the gallows, and that he might have
-o great ai d the dem ui! for it so active that we have, I high non-r i» frankly conce-K'd by comjietiiois as well
for the past two season«, fallen largely short cf filling ' I as by tbe agr.eudural coiusaunity throughout the
night advancfd. At eight bells the wind
Enclosed Gearing, ineuring exclusion of ail dust and j With tl.c Self-Binder, one man, with two rr three
Such were the young couple of whom was blowing a hurricane. The ship had been taken been nearer to the place
dirt, and freedom from noise snd jarring.
I horses, >an «ut m.d bind twelve to eichteen sere« per
I shall write.
No Gear ng in Drive-Wheels, the Gearing being per day bitter «ndche: ptr than wh«-n it in done by hand.
plunged to and fro, as she bravely of execution. We believe/that arrange
fectly encaieu in the frame.
I Th’c»j who l.avu i.a.d t’e Wood Self-Binder are abso
During Captain Goo.iwins short ,'isit breasted the angry waters. Now, as ments made many years ago, with simi
Wtdth of’¡read, 3 feet
inches-from three to six I lutdy unanlnivti* in the ssseniou tint the grain saved
in this ci«y, having sttri MLs ^Voo'l- she rod« upon the crest of an angry lar intent, failed through a blunder as to
inches wider than, that of other Mower*.
] mere th *n jen s f - the b nding matenxl.
Height of driving Wheels, 31 inches—from two to
hKrABATlso inz «iRAiv —In l vlgel and tangled grain
wane nt u privet«« reception, he was wave, her stern sank, and she seemed time, which caused the medical men to
four inches higher than o'her Mower Prive- Wheel*.
i this is i” is >cn“vble. Th* * pur-tion of the bound
plea’ed and at once captivated. It was ■ slipping backward, «lown—but as the arrive too late. It is a strong point,
1 from the unlinund g'. In, and the delivery of thebundl«,
the world. The reducti n in weight, the improve | by the Wood Binder, are uuequaled. There are no
plainiv a cise oi love at first uglit. And . wave broke under her, she rushed madly among many in favor of the guillotine,
ments n.a :e in tho gl aring and the cutting apparatus, i mattering« interEcing or hanging together of the
and the inerecse in tho height of driving wlie«Is have | tu n les, and c risequerit’.v natie cf th it «lifliculty in
the object of this passion I How was it | forward into the trough of the sea.
that it makes no failures, but is an abso
conduc'vl to this result.
j shocki gaud stsc;iux 'angled grain inevitable in th*.
with her I She saw this noble looking I , She trembled and quivered like some lutely certain and rapid agent of death.
Lock Nut».—All the nuts on this machine, liable to I case cf Self Baiiiers o' otl er in«k«s.
The Canton Monitor Upright Eli
get loose, a:o lock nuts provided with keys.
I CoMiT.Esiiisii Tur. B vxhul —Tne compressing of th*.
stranger anil was at once pleased with i dumb creature in agony, as the waves —N. Y. Times.
gine is far superior to any liiorizon-
Farmers, sec this Mower before buying.
I bundle is accomplish« d by the pressure of the Iren
tai Engine; lighter on the horses and of greater power. It is the most
arms, which adapt themselves to its rize, ir stead of
After an introduction, broke over h<«r, deluging her decks, and
the wife itself- a feature not liractically carried out
given by their kind host, they were left seeming about to engulf her. But »he A Convicted Murderei’a Elc- economical Engine in the world, consumes the least water and fuel, has
THE WALTER A. WOOD
any other manufacturer Other Bmdets < oniprvss th«,
bundles by means of tension on the wire; and with
to chat together until trie evening had I still rode upon the crest of another.
Wc arc also Sole Agents for
such mvch.nes the result is that the operatcr, to avoid
C1HAIN-RAKE REAPER. breakage of wire, must loosen tho tension, causing
tinallv worn away and it was time to de
What was that I A bell I
SCHITTLER FARM, FREIGHT AND SPRING WAGONS.
loose liii.dh.g— o* ho must bind small bundles, in ords«
part. By thia time these two young sounded again! By some chance the
This Machine is »o will and widely known throiuh- to bind them tightly.
A colored man pleaded his own case
Send for Special Circulars and new Price List.
m to render unnecessary a deta il'd
O n « S pool one T is .—In forming the band, e»>«
CIIA.H. II. DODD *fc CO . 1’ortlnnd, Oregon.
jieopie had bccomo the best of friends, tongue of her watch-bell had become un with marked success in Dallas, Texas, a
description of its numerous excellent point*.
For 8]>o<>l and one Tie are better than two, taking leas win*
and a cordial invitation was extended to fastened, and it struck her resounding week ago. He was accused of a erime
and requiring less machinery to l>e look d alter.
Se f Raking Reapers, and remains unrhaled ss a Tablc-
Over SCO of these Binders in use in Oregon aloes.
the captain from both the young lady sides with a dull and hollow sound, as grave as murder, and Lad been con
Rako Reaper in the esteem of the many thousand far
Send fur b|-eciid Cata'ogues and Circulars.
mers who have so long and severely tested it. Testi
and her father to call on the following startling everyone with its weird anl victed. The judge denied the motion
Front street. I»ortlan«l, Oregon, monial letters, attesting its unvarjlng popularity, are
It was of awful clanging, as the ship rolled in the for a new trial, and asked the custom
constantly pouring in upon us. Its simplioitv, wonder
WALTER A WOOD’S
ful durability and splendid execution are so iainiliuras
s on hand aud are constantly receiving
trough of the sea. Dolefully and sadly ary question : “ Have you anything to
to have become proverbial.
we have been careful at all times to retain in it
He continued his calls for some time, it pealed out upon the waters, with the say why sentence should not be pro
FLOUR AND SAW MILL FITTINGS the While
perfection of principle which has given Walter A.
until at latt it was whispered through chilling and almost human words, “Your nounced ?” The prisoner responded that
Wood's Chain-Rake Reaper its grest prominence, we
The Mowing Aft vchm-nt comprise! a separate From«,
Of Every Doer!plion,
have from time to time made such change* in construc Gearing and Cu'ting Apparatus, complete, including
sovietv’s circles that Miss Maud Wood Knell! Your Knell!” filling the minds he knew nothing he could say would in
tion as practical experience and rigid tests in the field two .Mowing Scythe*. thu* rendering it, with the addi
wane and Captain Fred. Goodwin were of the passengers with horror and dis- fluence the court, as all the forms of law
3iiLL srONJE®, WAJJTEl* NVIIEMF*»,
have shown to lie desirable; and all these improvements tion of the Be .per Wheel*, Sert and Foie, a Complet.
have prored to be all that weclained for them, and Mower—n aking the Wood Combined Ma.hincs the
have kept tho machine in the front line of the “march Mi st Effective, Most Economical acid Cheapest in th*
What was that dull roar! Was it would like to say a few words to tis
Mowing Attachment fit* either our Chain or Sweep-
It was a cool and yet pleasant «lay in not the beat of the surf I The man up colored friends. lie started off slowly Ficks, Diamond Tools, Bolting Cloth, Leather and Rubber Belting and
WALTER A. WOOD’S
October. The birds in the groves were on tho lookout shouted: “Port your and deliberately, reviewing the testi General Mill Furnishings constantly on hand.
Binging their farewell songs to Summer, i helm! For your life, or you are lost! mony, showing the inconsiatencies of
SWEEP-RAKE REAPER. THE ‘ CHICAGO PITT8" FOR 1880
but in the b autiful parks of Captain The breakers! The breakers! ’
witnesses’ statements, and then, carried SINGLE CIRCULAR SAW MILLS.
Leads all other Separator* and Kono
Having built and put in operation some of the best Flour and Saw
The Model Retiporof the Period.
Wood wane they seemed to carol their
Too late! In another instant her keel away with the idea of the wrong done Mills on the coast, mill men will consult their interest by correspond
Powers in Improvement* of
sweetest songs, for a great event was grated tho rocks, and with a fierce lunge him, he burst forth in a strain of elo ing with us before purchasing elsewhere.
The Only Five-Bake Reaper Manufactured.
real morit and vain*.
about? to happen.
she Btreck. She quivered and trembled quence seldom heard. When he sat
Exi<rionce has demonstrated the superiority of five
Bedrock Prices and first class work guaranteed with every sale.
rakes over four for reeling all kinds and conditions of
Oi e of the most brilliant marriages from bow to stern.
down the judge said : “Sam, I thought
Send for illustrated Catalogue and Price-List. _________________ grain.
that had over ben heard of this side of
It is the lightest draft, stillest running, strongest,
Then the panic was fierce and wild; you guilty ; I don’t believe you so now,
mo*t durablj and ^economical lleel-llake Reaper no*
Timo and Trial Prov* all Thlag*—Th*
the ccntim nt was to take place ere many frightened mon, women and children and will aet aside the judgment overrul
BOSS THRESHER ” of the Coast-
hours had passed. Everyone seemed to rushing madly here and there in their ing your motion for a new trial and give
Walter A. Wood's Reapers have r.o equal in saving
First Prize Oregon State Fair
be astir with renewed energy in the fea»*, while above all could be heard the you a another chance.” The county at
n cutting tlax and seed clover.
1877 and 1878 over all
Walter A. Wood’s Sweop-Rake Reaper is so con
mansion on the hill. The invitations to ' wild roar and beat of the surf ujkui a torney dismissed the case and the pris
structed t1 at the Raking and Cutting Apparatus can
this grand event were beautifully gotten j rock-bound shore.
oner walked out of the court room a
up, and all who were fortunate enough
Coates'Sulky Hav Rakes, Tiffin (Wood) Revolving liny Bake, The Cooper Farm Engine, “ L* Bell." Fann
Above the roar and din could be heard free man. He was a “ common field
Wagon, Spring Wagons, .-lanr’all Improved Wheel H.tr irows. Sulky and G^ng
Plows, _ Block
to receive one were expecting something • the noble shouts of command.
hand,” the local paper says, “ and uned
Rock Island Plows, broa least Seders and Cultivators, Porteóle a ><i Stationery Eng:n¿e, Saw and Flouring ’¿ill
grand. In this they were not disap
Machinery, Leather and Rubb?r
Rubber Belting, all of the be t u
q ’.n'ity. i >o condemned
“Keep the guns booming! Men, stand ucated.”—New York Tribune.
carry . a _____
line of 1 extra
.... r parts
_1_ 1 for
all I machinery,
maeh’nerv, both farm i>n<l
in’ll, sold by
pointed, for the rich ami generous oid ! to the boats' Let no one of us enter un
will send free to any addr-M our Oatalogius and Spcei»' Circular« siv.ng lull description of different
tnaihineiy, etc. . Address our Agents or
gentleman had prepared sumptuously til the women and children are safe!”
I am tired of being blistered, leeched
fur this occasion, and he was noted for
Then did they show their true and cupped and besmeared with croton oil
the grand dinners ami other pleasant en noble hearts. The boats were lowered, by eminent practitioners, who try to
Warner’« KnF« Pill« are an Immediate
tertainments that took place under his but tho sea was so wild that they were, care that cold of mine by such proceed
stimulus for a Torpid Liver, and cure Costive»
n<«*s, Dyspepsia. B.liousncs3, Bilious DiarrhtBi,
ono after the other, instantly swamped, ings. This tale is frequently told by
Malaria, 1 ever anl Ague, ar.d are useful at
The guests at List arrived, and at and with shrieks and groans the poor the sufferer to his druggist, who, not
firn' * in nearly all Dis 'lues to cause n free nn<l
regular a~tinn of the Bowels. Tho best anti
four o'clock the bridal party entered the wretches sank to their watery grave.
dote for all Malarial Poison. Price, 2ic. a tex.
knowing any better, makes up any num
FOR THE HARVEST 1880.
bpacious parlors, that were filled with
WnrncT's Safe Nor vino quickly gives IV’-t
The ship was sinking slowly. Her ber ©t cough mixtures without giving
and Sleep to tl.e suffering,cures Headache and
many friends. They were a handsome
Neuralgia, Prevents Epileptic Fits, and is tlio
flres were out—she had passed the last any relief. All you sufferers, do you
best remedy for Nervous Prostration brought
couple. The ceremony over, they left
bv exenssive drinking, over-work, mental
know you cannot be cured by such
shocks and other causes. It relieves the Pains
the paternal roof, and with many
33 and 35 Front street. 32 and 34 First street, i j Portland, Oregon,
of all Diseases, and is never injurious tn tho
The remaining passengers, affrighted, means as stated above ? Here is the
system. The best of all Nervines. Bottles of
friends went aboard the tiny steam yacht
two sites; prices, COc.
DEALERS IN AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Ac.,
“Victor,” the privat^ property of Capt were huddled together upon the upper cause : It is an established fact that al
deck. The waters had reached them. most all coughs have their origin in a
ELL THE BAIN WAGON, HODGES' HEADER WITH IMPROVEMENTS FOR 1830, MARSH HARVESTERS
Wcodbane. Ail paid a short visit to
with Self-Binders, McCormick Harvesters, with bilf-Bimhrs, Tiger Sulky Rake, *1 homos’ Sulky Rake
Some, braver than the others, were trust deranged stomach, whence gases press
Buffalo Pitt* Separators and Powers, Spring Wagon,, Oliver Cnilled Mitel Plow,, Moline Plow», Garden City
the large and elegant steamship of Capt.
sold by Drugxistd
upon the different parts of the chost,
Friedman Pat nt Harrows, La Dow Whe<l Harrows, Broad- a.-t -t-edere and Cultivator«’ Garden Seed
i tbles the deaf to hear Plows,
nnd Dealers in
Goodwin, which for a time was to be ing themselves upon spars and ¿oors—
Drills, Horse Hav Fork, Champion Grain Registers, Pacific tanning Mill, Straub Mills, French Burr Old Quarry
etc., and thus cause coughing, which
Lvith ease through the Mill Stone, Mill Picks, Proof Staffs, Sruutters. Bolting Cloth, Leather and R'iblwr Bolting, Scales, Chur «Cider
the home of the bride.
Mill», Feed Cutters, Scathes, Snaths, Cradles, Forks, H ies, K .ad Scraper,, Canal Barrows, Grindstone« and
They felt the chilling waves upon too much straining, even produces
keeth ! It is a remark- fixtures.
Gayly decked with streamers and
Thrashing Engines, Portable and Stationary Engines, Saw Mill- s»*,, Fence A ire, B.rbed and Plain
ear acqe and finally deafness. One bot
tble success. All deaf etc. Reduced prices on Bolting doth and Grist Mill Machinery, cf which wc keep only thé best nudity No
bunting, and amid a salute from her gradually creeping under their feet, hun
second-hand or condemned goods in Stock. Hat e you th«ir Catalogue for 1S79 ? If so. send name ami addrre-
* *■«; Mt'*
persons should try it. cn postal cord «siting for PlT'Pl.EWENT AM» rttICL-I.IàT koit ISSt'
guns, they passed upon her decks, where grily reaching up with their horrid jaws tle of Plunder’s Oregon Blood Puiitier
Rochester, N. Y.
XVI 1 vou have not cot the Catalogue for 1879. as* for it.
I The AUDIPHONE will
DtiySontl fa«- Pamphlet
after a pleasant hour of enjoyment, all to grasp them, determined not to be will give immediate relief; it Las been
be sent free to any ad
departed lor the shoie, and night settled I cheated out of their pray. There were
dress on receipt of price,
down quietly and calmly over the bav
HODGE, DAVIS & €0., Agents.
i rest These clung to the rigging with
$10, or on trial, “C. 0.
the tenacity of despair, and as a large
Feels Like a New Maa.
l*or flauti Oregon.
D. and charges,’ at ex
R ochester , Sept. 25, 1869.
pel je cf parly ordeiing, with option cf
It was a bright and beautiful morning
on which the “Ocean Bird’ was to them, as it reaehed them and swept
return. Circulars free. Address
Messrs. II. H. Warner i Co.: I feel
1!. E. M LTHEWJJ.
spread her w hite wings and sail for the them from their hold upon its crest, with grateful to you for having relieved me
C03 Montzomerv St. San Francisco, Cui.
far distant port of Liverpool. Now
by means of your Safe Pills of an old
NEWBURY, HAWTHORNE & CO.,
could be heard the merry “heave-ho !” away and lost.
of the seamen mingled with the noise of
ar In making any i»oret»a*e or !■ IMPORTERS AN11 DEALERS IS AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS
the rattling chains, and the anchor noble ship, only the mate, lashed to a For years I have scarcely been able to
writing In renpeBsc to any^iulverU.e-
GENERAL AGENTS FOR
slow ly ascentled from its muddy bed to gun, the captain and his wife at the obtain a natural evacuation of the bow
taent In till* paper you will pleo*e K'ou-
its accustomed place. Flags wer3 float
HE IMPROVED WHITEWATER WAGONS; THE CELEBRATED MORRISON BFOS. PLOW THE ESTEP-
lion «lie aame of mo xinper.
LY Broad Cast Seeder and Cultivator: the Farmers’ Friend Drill; Kuilroa I And Mininir Shoxeli; Pick« and
ing to the breeze, the smoke poured through the broken mast» and cordage, jections ceuld 1 obtain relief. I find
Barrows, Rea pen, Mowers, Self-binding Harvestare, Threshers, Headers. Engines, and a full line uf Steel
that I now have a regular evacuation of
Wood Agricultural Hardware. Addiess ui at
out black clouds, the water foamed and
March ” to heaven. With a the bowels and feel like a new man.
boiled us she slowly and majestically
ST Lt < > W U It 11 > G JE2
a last dull boom, the ship sank to its
Your sincerely, T. F. D e G armo .
swung about, setting her prowr for the
Direct Importer wad Deal« in
head of the bay. She was a floating
And Walla Walla, W. T
LEATHER AND SHOE FINDINGS,
palace—without, probably, dark and
The good conveyancer is known by his
What was that upon th« beach von- deeds.
Ko» «1 Front St. Fortland*©»
gloomy to the eye; but within, all was
“OMNES PROSINT’-HEALTH FOR ALU
The Original Oregon Botanical Remedies.
CHAS. H. DODD &, CO.,
Steel aud Fann. Machinery,
Mill and Ft rm Machinery
ALLIS & BLACK.
Tha ‘ Chicago Pitts" Still Ahead.
KNAPP, BURRELL & CO.,
260 and 262 First Street, Portland. Or.