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Oh,kmt you remember the old hlll-slde form,
And the, farm-house with clap-boards so
With the garden of roses, and sweet pinks, and
A ltd the meadows with buttercup"! cay?
And don't you remember how, In-doors and
And u oiler the old orchard trees.
The. guy, Tfcughlng children were skipping
WHh bate feet, as busy at bees '
How wll played together, the girls and the
AnJ had nooses, and work-shop?, and stores.
Rag bnMw, d "earthen'," and Just as much
Ac or safees could make out of doors!
Heir m loved through the pastures and wood
t land to room,
To gather bright mosses and Ilowers!
We thgacht then, tw now, there was "no place
And no lminc so delightful as ours.
And don't you remember the pleasant school
And the school-house so sonny In June,
WHM the lessons we learned, and the "mark"
that we "toed,"
And how we played "plzen" at noon?
Our sun-bonn&U, crumpled, hung over our
The Mainmer wind nlnrul u-itli mi.linir-
White the Mill paid our faces Its wannest rc-
And Kissed our while toes that went bare.
How we climbed the steep hlll-stdea as nimble
And skinned over ledces In clee!
we mimicked Uie woodlark and whlppoor-
wiirs 2 Hues,
And sting with the chlck-a-dee-dee.
We waded th break when the -water was low.
Aim UMmMu tu jium uie woous ring.
Or flared on it baaks In the summer's soft
Ligtil-hearleil as birds on the wing.
Yoh remember the jioud where tlie geese used
Haw we OHlh-d It ui ocean so wide.
And in an oU hat that was minus the brim
We sotted our rue dolls on its tide?
And when they had cruised all the wide ocean
And outdone both Macellan and Cook.
We drew them all home Irian old ragged shoe,
ahwiw n a eoacu-nue iuey iooc.
Haw we danced in the mud with our bare,
And ularod 'twas Uie Dutch war to churn!
We made as mud biscuits and plum-cuke so
Without any cook-book to learn.
How we pitied the children whose stockings
Forbade them to aliare In our fun!
While we Hlrred up our puddlngs.and pastries
And left them to cook in the sun.
As American Girl of the Period in En
rope. Well, Rlrls, you know that I came
baok from my grand European tour only
loat week, anil I'm sure you're perfectly
dying to hear all about it. It was just
splendid, and of course I couldn't help
enjoying myself, although one needs a
good education and fine taste In order
to appreciate all the beauties of foreign
travel. I was so glad that I had been
educated at Madame Folatre's, and knew
Frenoh, logic, geometry, and all the
While we wore crossing the Atlantic,
ma took the absurdest notion into her
lieau mat peruana ru rorgotten my
French; and so she dunned me through
all the rest of the voyace to review mv
grammar and phrase-book, just as if we
naun't reviewed ana mfewecl at school,
until there wasn't anything left of
I told her it was a pretty pass things
had come to if a well-educated Ameri
can girl couldn't parly fronsy as well as
those ignorant foreigners! "Why, it
stands to reason," said I, "that if I've
studied anything aa much as I've stud
ied that horned old Fasqiielle, I ottclit
. - 1 I. 1 .!.! . . . P .
iu juuv it. uy una nine. no, now!
And, besides, it would be simply wast
ing precious moments that might lie
ueuer employed, ana irs against my
principles to do that." ,.
Then I appealed to her feelings as a
mother, but that didn't do any good: so
t .. T . - .1 i . '
.iuiu j. resurivu io argument.
"Now, ma," said I, "it's entirely use
less for me to study that; and if it's en
tirely useless, of what use is it ? There
fore, and conversely, it's of no use at
This contained all the force of logic
and geometry combined, and as she was
convinced, I call it a sicnal triumnh of
She immediately gave up, and ac
knowledged, with a smile, that this
proved to Jior conclusively the utter use-
Jessness of my studying French. I don't
see wuat sue snilieu lor, though; J never
Hmne wuen rm oeaten in argument.
Of course we went through England
umuiu guing io r ranee, anu wo louncl
London to be quite a large town lanrer
man busiuii, x snouiu juuge. .nut then
it isn't near as nice as liosfon. I should
hate to live there. And, auvway, Eng
land Isn't very interesting. The people
all speak our language, a little corrupt
ed; and when one visits foreign coun
tries one wants to hear foreign lan
guages, or else what's the use of study
But we saw a number of dukes and
marquises, and we crossed the Channel
on the same boat with a real, live, Eng
lish nobleman, Lord Ferdinand Alfred
Adolphus Filz Clure'uce. Ho had pale
blue eyes and yellow, mutton-chop
whlskors, and wasn't very handsome,
after all; but tlieu he had such an arts
toaraUe ak-r He belougs to one of the
best families, vou kimn-
I mentioned to him, carelessly, that
eye-glass like a true scion of the British
nobiHty,-,and observed, condescending
ly: "Ah! aih! hindeed! yes Shropshire!"
I explained, "2s ot Shropshire, but
He regarded mo with an air of the
most aristocratic perplexity, and dream
ily murmured, "Ah, hindeed!"
"Yes," I pursued, "Boston, Massachu
setts the metropolis of America. l
is a merchant there."
"Ji'tn! Has iiamerica! feavages re-
ceivinir tho benefit of trade! Wonder
ful nroErrcss of British civilization!
Very gratifying, hindeed, to 'ear that
iuey -ave suops."
'(But," said I, "Sir that is, Lord
Ferdinand Alfred Adolphus pa isn't a
ouuiiuian. lie's a wiioiesale dealer a
real merchant prince!"
"Ha, prince!" he returned, with a
t . t, 8Uulinest melancholy
tJ-j, v,,ol ins nooie tace.
vet, and I assure you we created a sen
I didtt't want to appear tiroml ami ro.
served, though, to I entered into con
versation witii a dapper young French
ease f immediately, I said, sociably,
,Ver, ,lnement mademoiselle," he
replied in a Bprightly manner; and to
encourage him, I proceeded:
"Enjoyez-Yous cctte beautiful matin,
"Comment?" ho responded; "I no
"JDidn't you understand what I said
toyou?" I asked; but ho seemel to be
still more confused, and out of pure pity
I ceased to puzzle him.
No doubt ho wa3 bashful, and my
evident acquaintance with the language
O.wl -tnI4..H r. !!!,... ,.1. J I 1
uu luuuiiuc laiiiiiranij- witii ineTUies
oi iasntonaoie lire tended to perplex him
His accent was very had, and, on the
whole, I think that Paris Is about the
lasUplace where shqnld go to perfect
But whatever disappointments I met
witli in France, were fully compensated
ior Dy tue lovely scenes or Switzerland
un, girls, you ouglit to see those cnarm
lug, lakes embedded in green, like look
inoelosses framed in velvet, and the
cunning little cottages, and the darling
peaKed iiats mat Uie ieasant girls wore,
just like those that were in fashion hero
two years ago. I was so sorry when
they went out of style!
Mont Blanc is just tho cunningest
mountain that over was. You've no
Idea, and you never will have until vou
see It. I send you a pcom that I wrote
on me occasion, anu peruans mat win
show what an impression it made on
me. xou'ii sco it is written In blank
verse; that expresses great thoughts
ODE TO MONT 1ILAXC
Sublimest mount! thy erand and snowy head,
miv iiiit muniiii 111 ,11 JJU.OUUISC,
Rlwtnfar. Th-senile sunlmer hnwr
As soft and soothlhg as a iowdcr putr.
Makes no lmnresslou on thv ni iimir
O mount sublime! thy dense and somber
Ware like green plumes on a white velvet
And over all the lovelv azure bv
Mottled and veiled with Uilnand fleecy clouds.
15ends round thee like a blue silk parasol
Lined wltb white lace. Delightful mount, fare-
x'a ana ma couldn't behovo llmf. T
wrote that, but I told them T pprlnl,iK
did, for, if I didn't, who did? therefore
I don't know, on the wlinln. imt n.n
iue iraems j. wrote on mo places we vis-
nu may Rive you a uctier idea or tliem
than anvthine else. Thev
on the inspiration of tho moment, when
the scenes were before me, and well, I
don't want to be vain, but
Here aro some on "Moonlight In Ven
ice." I can remember lust n ivv.li no
could be how everything looked that
evening. I sat on the balcony till mld-
lignt, and it was so romantic!
Moonlight on the vasty deep.
And moonllglit on the ocean:
Moonlight where the billows sleep,
And where they are In motion.
Moonlight on the waters clear.
And moonlight on the boat,
And moonlight on the gondolier
Who keeps the thlngafloau
Moonlight on the mountain high.
And moonlight on the flats;
Moonlight on the passers-bv.
And moonlight on their liats.
Everything described there is strictly
true, for I never take advantage of poet
ical license to meddle with the facts.
I always was a martvr in principle.
But, girls, I don't know how 1 shall
describe to you my Impressions of Italy.
It is perfectly splendid! When I was a
little girl I always wanted to go toltaly,
because oranges grew there; and the
fond dream of my childhood has been
more than realized.
The climate is so delicious! and the
fruits oh, who can describe them! If
one only had a good sofa and plenty of
iiutirta, jiiiij nuuiu ue a paradise:
It was with the strongest emotion
that we approached Home.
Oh, girls, you don't know what sud-
uen mougniscameoverine! loxpressed
them, as well as I could, in the follow
In dreary, lonely grandeur standlnc. "
Towers ttome's Eternal Citv;
Ruined, but stately and commanding,
Along the dead and barren reaches
Of llalvs onrefprtllft
The desolate Champagna stretches
Its vaporous marsh. Dolly Varden.
iKoxrxa- Without Heat. a ladv of
-11 t,i,-- i u n i, mucu time and
irouuio may do saved uy "ironlnc"
without, heat and ilat-irotis. When
rinsing the clothes, fold coarse slwoia
towels and table cloths in tho shape
the wringer as tight as possible. Un
fold and hang to dry wliero the wind
uoes not blow very nard. Thev will
uced little or no ironing. The table
clotus should, be dipped in old, sweet,
skimmed milk; this gives them a luster.
i .i . i i i.
anu iuey neeu uu tiarun
"If Iwerein California," said a young
iop, in company uie uiuur evening, "ill
Stead of working in the mines, I would
ir ivloi cimn minor will, n linrrf nrAA
IIHJ.WJ . ... V. ... . . . ...... .. -'"f, W UU
knock out his brains, gather up the
gold, and run." "I think you would do
better to gather up the brains," quietly
responded a young lady. A man should
always secure what he is most deficient
"toalted" Is wuat tney call a woman
In Colorado who wears unlimited dia
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I know the last words of it don't seem
io cnime in wim me general idea, but I
couldn't find anything else to rhyme,
and I wasn't eoinir to snoil fho wimis
i i Ti:
inrih7n.M rvlnS,ln a shop!" And then,
' burning, "Wretched rd
11 t SL .t-F" of govern,
-. .mi ins neei and strode
majestically away ! his noble wrath
, S, "yfor'e mistake he made,
but didn't have a chance to explain
and now Isuppose that I've left the iml
presslon among all the British nobility
thatpa kfops a little grocer's shop or
something of that kind. The Went
Well, it Is'sad, but I can't help it
We went on to Paris, and took rooms
In the most oxpensivo hotel we could
find, for, you know, we're accustomed
to the best of society and the best of
everything at home.
We Intend5d to dress as well as the
finest; ssotb'e" "first time wo went to
. V. - . . .. 1.1 .. lit. .1
ore my blue silk with the
nd ma her low-necked vel-
verse by leavimroirthe last. 11
because it required a change of subject.
and siuco wo came home have said a
thousand times, that no one could exag
gerate in praising the works of art, es
pecially the figs.
Xow I know you'll want to go to Eu
rope right off, and I would advise you
to, if I supposed you would have half of
our peculiar advantages in mingling
with earls, dukes and other crowned
heads. Such company Imparts an In
describable elevation and refinement.
Still, don't go there unless you are
sure that you know enough to appre
ciate the beauties of Europe.
It lends such a charm to Italy to re
member that among thoso groves of
the Mediceau Venus, and Shakspeare
composed tho sublime poem of "Para
But, after all, don't talk much French
in Paris, for, if you do, you'll spoil your
It needs a good education and thor
ough knowledge of society to enable one
to appear credltahlv in 1
cles, but btill it may be best for you to
go. Association with the best society
adds so much to one's elegance. I never
would have supposed that Europe im
proved one so much, or added such a
delicate polish to one's manners, and I
went there myoelf.
Finally, you may receive it as a max
Iiim, that it takes travel to make ono
perfectly comw eel feu, and give a real
aristocratic air. Ifarjicr's Bazar.
"What a pity!" a friend said to me.
as we were walking along the streets of
a busy, bustling town. I turned my
eyes towanl theobject which had caused
these words, and could not help repeat
ing thetn. "What a pity!" 1 1
And this object we both saw was a
large boy or perhaps I might term him
a very yowxg man about sixteen years
old, with a disgustiug black pipe in his
mouth, puffing and blowing the smoke
from ins face at a terrible rate. A
glance at him sufficed to tell me that he
was used to the business, and that both
tobacco and liquor were articles with
which he was perfectly conversant.
This sight, with a loud, horrid oath
uttered just at the same time, told the
story or his degradation. What a pity.
gulded boy was a pitiable object. May
me giau day come when such terrible
;ca au:ui ue Known no more.
Canyon City, -Camp
John Day City,
Illock House, -
A cup of coffee is a sure barometer. If
vnn it 1 1 ... . 1 . . . , . . i
juuun iue sugar io urop to tue uoi-
"i u cun anil w.ncn tno iniiiiiia
arise without disturbing the cofiee. If
me bubbles collect in the miildln iho
W nf ?,U fine- If tUey ftt"'ere to
and irPA,for.mlnt? a TlnB itwl be rainy;
fnmrL env" ''if 8eParat without a
j wo c-njctieu. 'jry in.
riattle f! round,
Union Flat. '
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The proprietor has taken much pains to test
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Entozoa themselves, have overspread the
land, each claiming for itself the name of spe
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advantages possessed by no other worm medi
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The nleasant taste and exeeedlnl? email
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iiiiMMI.D AND UNTRIMMED IIATS AND I existence of worms, or to remove everyone
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certainty of effect, constitute it one of the most
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SYMPTOMS OF WORMS.
Alternate nallnir and flnshln"- nr thn
leiiiiucr, uuu expression oi me eyes, urowsl-
InPS!.. ifrhltlf nf fill. nrMi. f. etpnlln.! nnna.tln
tongue whitely fnrrcd and thickly speckled
Willi mil TIOItllM.Iornil hmnth nn .n .mu Kail,.
a partial or general swelling or puttlngnessoi
the skin. a starting In the sleep and grinding ot
the teeth, a sensation as if something was
lodged In tho throat, a irradunl wasting or thn
flesh, sickness or the stomach, vomiting, a
short and dry cough, annetltc sometimes mm.
clou, at other times feeble, bowels sometimes
cosiive, at other times loose, great frctfulness
and Irritability of tcniDer.nalns In the stnmnph
and bowels, colic, fits, convulsions and palsy.
jut vitiuu in removing masses oi cruuuies
from the stomach and bowels of children, even
wliero no worms exist, cannot bo too highly es
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Dr. Van Den Ttenh ran lu. pfin.iiiii nn .n
dleaies that the human system Is heir to. His
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clilldrcn eannot be surpassed by a'nv nhvsl
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By consulting nnd undcn-nln.' n .imni.
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APtlrA Ttrlnrlnli nf thn lint- M'u.i t?n..
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MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USES:
1 L le lhl. Tnnct clirn ntiil dtuaIp .nv. tnw
Rheumatism. Bhenmatlc Gout andilhciimatlc
1-alnsofall kinds ihatwascverlntrodured Into
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sary virtue of bclnjr a
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whole Digestive Apparatus, thus building up
and strcusthcnlns the System, while at the
same time tho volatile principle, being ab
sorbed In the blood, acts sneclflcallv- on the
Ulieumatlc l'olson, removing it from the circu-
There are fiur rKmiwltncimniFn tntin v..tt.i
Profession which will remove the Bheumatic
I olson from tho blood, but wIiomi action is so
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ready enfeebled Itheumatlc paUent, that their
use has to be abandoned before specitlc etTects
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stroncTonlenml llmnniiJ i.-i...:.?V..
H "? of "? fop'Inued use even by the mo.t
delicate and debilitated. Thus we have the
combination for tho first time or these two
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cured me tin. I consider if. rmm
rlencc, thelKst remedy rorrhcnmatlsm known. '
. ALFRED F. TURNER, Deputy Jailor. I
i nis is locertiry that the above statement Is
correct to my own knowledge.
JOIIX P. WARD, Jailor.
!) California street, V
. , pan Francisco, June 1,1871. J
have been subject to rheumatism in my right
arm ami shoulder, rendering mo unnble to
work. On a recurrence or the attack some
time since, I was Induced to try your "Unfc
veed Remedy." and the result
eureinarew ilays. I took only two-thirds of
the contents at one bottle. 3Iy firm belier Is
that the "Unk" is a certain cure ror rheuma
tism In nil lis forms, and I wnnlil l.cnrtiiv-
oramend all allllcteil with that dreadful dis
ease to try yonr "Retneily" and be cured.
JSO. 1L McL.XE.
Certiflcalc of A. R. Shipley, Esq., special con
tribntorto the "Willamette Farmer," and Sec-
" wj "icun-Kuii xLorucuuurai tsoctety:
Oswrgo, Oregon, March 2S, 1S71,
HAS OPEXED A luVRGE .VHD CHOICE As
At 71 First St, Uct. Washington .V Stark,
Xext door to Ladd & Tllton's Bank,
And hones by attention to hnlnMnmlnmmni.
ness In executing orders to meet a share of pat
ronage. Two first-class milliners wanted immediate
ly. To first-class liands highest wages paid.
ANo two small girls wanted as apprentices.
Apply at the store, 71 First street, Immediately
I ARTICLE OF
I The pMtnge on "Harper's Weekly" Is twenty D,r-A- ir- Eoryca: Some lour weeks ago I was
cents a year, which must be paid at the .Sub- entirely prostrated with rheumatism: In Tact I
serlber's post-omce. j was almost helpless. I sent to you for one 10-
HARPER & nilOTHERS.
ounce bottle of the "Unk Weed Remedy," by
the use of which I experienced almost Imme
diate reller, and by the time the bottle was
gone the rheumatism was gone. From my
own experience, and from what I have heard
utucia uj wno nave useii me unk Weed.
lours respectfully, A-R. SHIPLEY.
er Goods delivered to any part of theritv'
Hon. Nat. TT. T.ine Tllnf
... wtvv.ii. ix jiiemuer oi me
i iasi i-orunnu:
I -..in.ntA ....n.... . ... i I IT inrnip rmm
. . .... . it uj.miu - i r.K.i 1 1 ir i- id ciin.in.i in 1 1 i :
""".'"'"nsiiallyroundlnnnrst mi lornhi-the hral hlcst stai; n ihe V nin. K?.m"0"".l
i.ru. t In SInrin rniintv tlm h,lu.i... JV.."' i-ouncuoi tj
tasi l-ortiand. Anril Vs. lsn.
Dr. .V. M. Ix)rvea Co.: T Imv. ntni.ii
It is reached In n few hours from San Fran
cisco, via eimcr .-san itarael or retaiuma, and
iiiiucnix can, uy special arrangement, have
PORTLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
ItOOMS-Conirr I'lrst nnd Stark Sis.,
over ladd A Tillon's Rank.
Conulnt Orrr Tbrre Ttioa.and Cholrc llooks
Over 100 Papira and Magazine.
MEMBERSHIP FREE TO ALL.
.Monthly Duet 81 OO-l'nj-nble 0.unr(erly
v.niuiKi-11, iiii iK-u, u acsireu, ai ver low
rates, by application at Ray View Stables, Kan
Itanfael, or to the livery stable or Unkless,
Washington Street, l'ctaluma, opposite Brook-
J 11 J1U1UI.
. Stages leave San Rafael, Mondays. Wednes
day and Saturdays, at 2 v. it.. Stages leave
i i niiimnii ui mo Minn hour. Tuesdays ami
DiP.ECTor.s-Wm. S. Ijdd, P. C. Schuyler. Jr.,
I. Deady, I H. Wakefield, W. H,
j-uniii, iM iiinm,
at tho Minn hour, Tuesdays and
has lacllltles for successfully treating the sick
uiirAiTuni uy any cure, rjisior west
. THE l'HYSICIAN.S arc skillful, and they linn
luid lonsrexnoriii(e In fiiiiir.-fFinnf
u..i.Uiii.-uin:iiM"i. iuey employ iniuiditlou
to tllC Common Wnter-Cnrn nrllvM.mlA
ment, electuicitv In baths and, otherwise.
and INHALATIONS Of OXYfJESf. Which nrnvJ
rery valuable lu many ciu.es of lung and throat
diseases. Tliey also pay particular attention
to ail UifcenxCK Vl-ctrr T . t rn . 'r i .
.ll --.7ir"J "."".-"'rV. iicj sio
ior mo lasimree years,
OrtllO "I'aelflc Jnnrtifil nrtl.nllh ... nnlA.II.f
ffiiht i ranis iw one oi me oesi popular
WC t ll Prt Tur.. MinttylAnilt n. 1 .. .
, - . . 1 ....... 1HJ .... T. 1 L. tl.il. HI IlfJ
place In the world can the sick receive, for the
-. luuur)' exiienueu, more substantia
benefit than In the Nicasio Watek-Ci7re.
Uli. W.J. YOUNG,
Ir H. WAKEFIELD
P. fi HUH UYI.BK,JnJ
MRS. If AltKY (JUDLEY
rvFFEIW FOR SALE HER SUPERR STOCK
01 jiuiincry and Fancy Uooils
AT A BARGAIN.
. Corrcsondlng Sec
i.inranan;ana I tec. ftcc
The business Is ono of the bcstpaylng i
kind In thSlnte.and will be sold solely
for several venrs unct will, u-Mttu,. i..
back." and wanderln" rhennintlc imin.
w.u...iu iij r..-n-con!iipaiion. uy the use
or one Nittle or your "Unk Weed Remedy.or
Oregon Rheumatic Cure," I have been entirely
..... ui... 4 viiTCiiuiii recinimeiin
most valuable and effective remedy.
n.vr. 11. iiANE.
Certificate fmm Tjnn ci,tA.n rpu.i...
member of the City council of East Portland :
East PnHtnnit ATirllT 1CT,
Dr. A. if. Lnrvea .fc Pn r:cntK- ti.ii li iiV
form you that I have usctl vnnr"tTnii- iv..ii
ror neuralgia nnd rheumatic pains, and found
rcliel from the use or only one bottle, and can
iixuiiiiuvtm it iu luuju 111 neeii nr sncii n mm.
euy. lours, UIUEON TIBBKITS.
Ccrtlflcato from Hon. E. Oulmliy. ct.
County Commissioner of Multnomah county,
East Portland. Anril I. lsn.
Dr. A. if. Txiryen A Co.! Ihnveilsed the "link
ecu itemeuy, ' ana am satisncu i( is a yaiua
ble medicine. It regulates and Invigorates the
system, mis is my experience wnn me item
... 1 .. r t . . l- t nmifm'
Certificate from Hon. A. J. Dufur. ex-PresI
dent or tlio Oregon State Agricultural Society
anu autuor 01 -aiausucs 01 urcgon
East Portland. Anril 1. 1S7L
Dr. A. M. Loryea .t Co.: I was afnicted with a
severe attack of chronic rheumatism; was con
fined to my bed most of the time from January
to July, when I used tho Unk Weed and It
cured me up. A. J. DUFUR.
Certificate from James Rybee. the celebrated
stocK-grower anu "iving or me uregon Turf:"
SinlisrtfM T.tfin.l T.nn.nli , c
To Dr. A. M. LoryeaA Co.:-Thlxlitonck nnvl.
cute uiceuicocy ox your-unic weeil iiprim r
or Oreeon Rheumatic Cure" I wn nniiMiLi
for months with n very serious attack of ln
flammatorr rheumatism. anil tried nrii. nn
of the so-called rheumatic remedies without
any reller perceivable. I then tried your
effect it iierfccf fitj-n i .. .. J 1 J
- - iiij iiiurN.
3i. 3t. SOUTH WOItTIl.
ly on ac
count of the railing health or the proprietor.
for I'anicuiars miuross.
..ut. 11. vim i uuuur.i, i rAin r ... ...
v2nai Albany, Oregon. n w w.;t vl luo wen-Known merchant,
. "--'"-I, .cxi..
Tr . -, , inc Dalles, Mar 23, 1X71
Dr. A. M. Loryen A- Co.: I Iiavo uei( tlie "Ui
S. M. MILLER,
IVST CHANCE, MULTNOMAH CO.,
HtlIieBMVED FnOM F,loNT STREET OKOCEItlKS. PKOVISIOXSi, TOBACCO,
SrSi ,tntdy," and can cheerfully recom
mend it to nennns nll1il-.l n,i,i. . 1.
rheumatism. It cured me or that disease. Mv
uauas, wrists, ankles indeed, all myjolnts-
"uinu .uu ury painiui.
V. w. WEAVER.
Corner of E nuil Third NlreeU,
ofthe ,'linay ,,c foam! keeping a gooil supply J
TOUACCO, CIGAKS, PIPES.
PATENT MEDICINES ANO YANKEE NOTIONS,
WljPr Iif will viu..i hi. Ai.t
tomen.antl imi.k i.tt,..Air tn
HJ0nn'any new ones, and hopes by punctual-
inT """"'tin juu weiguis auu -Measures
n iiDerai share of patronage.
M. M. SOUTIIWORTIL
ntNDct S PHOTOGRAPHIC ROOMS.
S. W. Cor. .tforriion nnd First Ms.,'
TITr-TTTnrvr. . . . .....
r IninAiS t".,n ,n a" the latest and most
theeSM?rle"',a.na not inferior lo any on
side ortwentv..." "U1
itlP Cun-nnEjt should be brought
1 SW.n the hourioriu inil7.iitnn .ir.ui
LIQUORS, VEGETABLES, WOOD, ETC.
Opposite tlie head of Sauvl' 's Island.
JAMES F. BROWN,
Attorney, Counsellor at Law and
i-.uur.aK CITY OREGON
Consultations in tba
man nn.l IIjiII.t.,1 1 1 "5
..u..uu nw.Kuagrs. n2.
1111. ITIIAM IIEXDEI
CLAIRVOYANT & MAGNETIC MEDIUM,
Cuiiffrewt Ilnll, BimIi Street,
RftTrrtn rIirrmf n nml MnnfwinHirr
Itoom 4S. second floor. Circlos Thunwinv nn,!
naiurun evtruiuK ocuuer lur uusinest.
PRIVATE BOARDINQ HOUSE.
ALBERT A. MANNING
xrEEPS A FIRST-CLASS BOAnni tin r?ar-
IV for the accommodation of people wlio pro-
HI UUI.l IwitUB'lUUIUIIQU UI II Tint It I
Certificate fmm thn r.oi v.... n.i
Prof. Otto Vieuxtemps:
Oregon Musical Institute,
IJr.A. .! ljorvea it tVl - T rn ntttfL-et At.
severe Inflammatory rheumatism, suffering
great pain, nnd was so prostrated that I was
unable to tend to my business. I used one bot
tle of your "Uuk Weed Remedy, or Oregon
Rheumatic Cure," and was entirely cured by
Italoue. OTTO VIEUXTEMPS.
PUT UP IN TEN-OUNCE B0TTLE8,
One Dollar nud Fifty CenU.per Bottle.
PREPARED AT THE
OREGON MEDICAL LABORATORY,
IXR. LORi'Ii,! s CO.,
EAST PORTLAND, OREGON.
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larties sending orders "from a distance must
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they want, what they will pay, etc., (accompa
nied by our oCIec fees, $2 Uu, which may de
duct Ml from employee's wages), stating wheth
erthey will or will not be responsible tor trav
eling rxpeiirs ot hired help.
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riLIi SEW EVERYTHING NEEDED IN
a ramlly. from the Heavfoit tir thei Light
IT DOES .MORE WORK.
.nuiii; ifi.VDS p work.
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Thh uny 6li'r Maeblne
If there is a Florence Sewing Machine within
one thousand miles efSn Franeiseo network
ing well or giving entire satisfaction, ir I am
informed of it, It will lie attended to without
expense of any kind to the owner.
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19 .New Montgomery St.,
Oram! Hotel RuildlBEi
SE l) I OK ( II'.riXAItS AM) StjiPtU OF WORK
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