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thick, sluggish blood was beginning to
I was sitting one pleasant afternoon
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by Estella's bedside, with my thoughts
Mch. 2, 1687 far away up in the Cascade mountains,
I thinking of Silas and B’lindv, when I
heard a dear voice say:
sound was faint, but it caught
L a VOIR,
my ear like the chime of vesper bells,
and turning quickly to Estellal saw a
glad light in my darling's eyes, and STAPLE AND FANCY
kneeling at her side I thanked Our
Father in heaven for his mercy. Nest
BY EKNEST L.
ling close to Estella, I told her not to
[Copyright applied for; all rights reserved.] I talk ; that she had been very sick, and
“Noble girl,” said Dr. Wayne. “I I must go and tell the Dr. that she was
anticipated a« much when you first awake; that I would come right back.
I hastened to Mr. Broughton, who
spoke. Come at once. Estella now lies
in his library, and told him the
m a lethargy, at which time the opera
news, and dispatched a servant
tion can be best performed. I need no
assistance but the nurse who is with
be needless to tell you, Mr.
her. It will take but a few moments.
during her convalesence
Come at once.’" And Dr. Wayne led
the way to the sick chamber with more she was jealously guarded by us all. General Merchandise
Estelia improved rapidly; grew strong
hopeful loot steps.
Reaching the room where poor E b - in mind and physical health, and one
tella lay upon the couch of death, I)r. afternoon as we were sitting on the
Wayne removed his coat, and taking broad porch that faced the grand oltl
Sole Agent for the Celebrated
from an inside pocket a case of ugly sur ocean, and were watching a large ship
whose Heecy white sails were slowly
gical instruments, remarked.
“ Miss Orna, please remove the waist moving along the horizon, between the
of your dress and bare your arm to the earth and sky, while a pleasant breeze
shoulder. I will be ready as soon a8 was roaming among the trees that dot
ted the lawn and the musical swash,
you can remove the garment.”
I hastily removed the article men swash of the breakers could be heard
along the shore, Estella laid down the
tioned and laid bare my arm.
“That is a magnificent limb. See book she had been reading and coming
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how the magical life current rushes I to my side put her now plump little
through these small channels; it is the arms about my neck and creeping close 7A* ALL THE LATES1
very formation of existence, and will to my ear, whispered :
“ Darling Orna,. do you know why I
save Estella, I'm positive,“ remarked
Dr. Wayne as he gently moved the am so good now, and why papa is so
light frail body of Estella near the happy, and why life seems more beauti
edge of the couch upon which she re ful than ever?”
clined, at the same time removing the
“ It is because—because my own dar
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garment from the poor, frail little arm
that laid dormant in the Drs. hand.
“ Now, Mrs. Green,” said Dr. Wayne, to her alone I owe my life.”
I could not speak. My heart was too Please Call and Examine.
you must hold Estella in this position ;
As we sat there with our happy
it will take but a few minutes, and
in holy communion, there came
taking a sharp, lance-like knife in his
W hat we G uarantee
from Mr. Broughton's library
expert hand, he made an opening in
the main vein of her arm and inserted the sweet tones of his harp, and the FOR THE DRESS GOODS OF OUR
a small tube ; then bandaging it se gem of musical composition known the
curely in its place so as to allow none world over, “Home, home; sweet, sweet
of the blood to escape, and placing my home,’' floated out about our ears, while
two lovely turtle doves alighting near
chair close to the bedside, he took my
To be made from the very best ma
ub on the veranda, turned their glossy
arm and looking at me a moment as if
heads iu the direction of the music as terial, by skillful workmen, with the
to see if I was equal to the task, com
though drinking in the exquisite melo latest and most approved machinery,
menced to talk in a rapid, low voice, of
dy. The sun was descending to its neBt and to be the cheapest goods in the
a wonderful experience that he had]?
iu the broad ocean. Its bright, lumin market when service is considered.
met with years before. At the same
ous tints were casting golden sunbeams
Arc so thoroughly finished that they
time 1 felt a sharp cut on my arm. and o’er the heavens, making radiant the
can be worn in damp weather, or in a
a peculiar feeling stole over me, as if I
home of peace, love and kindness, as
was falling, falling; down, down Mr. Broughton’s kind voice was heard shower, without fear of being ruined
through space, and losing myself in the | M saying:
by curling or shrinking.
forests of oblivion. The last remark I
The manufacturing, dyeing and fin
“My dear girls, you must come in
remembered was the Dr. saying to the uow. The evening is chilly.”
ishing is done in such a manner, that
“ Yes, papa,” answered Stell a, *• in the goods can be washed if desired
“That will do, nicely.
There's a moment.” And with her heart still
hope,” and then 1 remembered no more pressed to mine, she made me promise without the least injury to fabric.
Our goods are wool dyed, and colors
until three hours afterward I awoke never to leave her, no never; and I
fast as the purest dyes and greatest
and saw Dr. Wayne and the t nurse
------ I readily gave the promise.
standing beside me, while Mr. Brough
And now dear Mr. Alwald, should care and skill can make them.
ton s head was near my own ; his face I you ever find yourself in this neigh-
Goods show just what they are and
buried in the pillow. As soon as the Dr. borhood, you will meet a warm wel- will be until worn out, as there is no
saw I was awake, a pleasant, cheerful | colue fIOIU Orna, whom you befriended weighting, stiffening, or artificial lus
smile stole over his happy face, as lie once, and from Estella who often asks
tre used to increase the weight or fin
said in a low whisper:
ish ; as is the case with a large class of
,, Lie quiet. Do not try to talk.
As I write this, the little stars in
There’s great hope for Estella. Drink heaven are twinkling and blinking, as goods in the market, but which disap
this and try to sleep;” the directions they did years ago. when I laid down pears after a few days’ service.
the lonely prairies of Idaho and
all of which I followed, as it seemed as on
As manufacturers we have taken
prayed for death.
if 1 could not move had I wanted to,
pains to supply an article in
the end .
and I almost immediately after taking
every way reliable, and unsurpassed
the preparation. dropped oft to sleep.
Mias Belle Johnson, teacher of music by similar goods, either foreign or do
It was M'veral days before I felt like in McMinnville and at McMinnville mestic, and would respectfully ask an
my old self. But we had the proud college. Residence corr/pr of Second
examination of the various styles and
satisfaction of knowing that there had and C Streets.
shades to be found on sale by mer
lieen a great change for the better in
Any person sending us four sub-
Estella's condition. She was still in iribers for one year each,with $6 00 in chants who are agents for the goods.
All goods of our manufacture should
that death-like swoon. unconscious to cash, will receive an extra copy for one
earthly things, but her pulse moved year. This is a rare opportunity for bear the name and trade mark of
more regularly, ami the veins of the getting the best weekly paper west of
B roadhead W orsted M ills ,
Jamestown, N. Y.
body were softened, showing that the th® Rocky mountains free.
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Oregonian R. R. Co.
CHAS. N. SCOTT, Receiver.
Portland and Willamette Valley Railway.
AR Ar pan
Lv a.m LV
9 15 Portland, PAVA’*
Ft. Jefferson St.
. Elk Rock .
12 501. . Newberg ..
1 10 pwv Dundee ji n
.. ORV Dundee
. Davton June ton
4 23 ......... Ballston
5 00 ..
6 50 .... Dallas.
7 10 .. Cochrane
7 28 .... Monmouth.
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. A irlie .
12 07 F
C has . N. S cott ,
Receiver ORC ( Ld ) Line.
W illiam R eid ,
icturesque R anges.
Fast Time, Sure Ccnntction, New Equipment
225 Miles Shortest
20 Hours Less Time.
Acconmiocations unsurpassed for comfort
Fares and Freights MUCH
LESS than by any other route between all
in Willamette valley and San Francisco.
Only Route via Yaquina Bay
DAILY PASSENGER TRAINS,
Leave Corvallis at 2 p. m. Leave Ya
quina at 7: 10 a. m.
Oregon and California, West side, trains
connect at Corvallis.
The steamship Yaquina city, which has
been undergoing repairs, and the Santa Ma
ria will each 6ail on the dates below named:
Thursday, Jan. 27
Santa Maria............. .... Wednesday, Feb. 2
Yaquinn City............................. Tuesday FebJ8
Monday Feb. 14
Yaquina City. ..........
Sunday Feb. 20
....Saturday, Feb. 26
Friday, March 4
E1<JM SAN FRANCISCO.
.Friday Jan. 28
Thursday, Feb. 3
Wednesday Feb. 9
Tuesday Feb. 15
Monday, Feb. 21
Sunday Feb. 27
Daily Passenger Train«
6:20 a. m.
10:38 a. m.
11:30 a. m.
12:40 p. m.
1:22 p. m.
Arrive < orvaïlis
.. 5:45 p. in. “
The Company reserves the right to change
sailing days. Fares, between Corvallis and
San Francisco. Rail and Cabin. $14: Rail
and Steerage. $9.88.
For information apply to
(HAS. C HOGUE,
Acting Gen. F. and Pass. Agent.