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...MAY 17, 1872.
ODollv! nolly Yardcn!
Is a lady V form a garden.
That tlMHi madly trall'M. It o'er
IJIIes, pinks ami blushing rose,
Larkspurs, and I ilon't know wlwts.
All the colors of the year
In a single gown appear;
Mowers of every Maran,
In and out of reason.
All a single yard In
Hast llimi, Dolly Varden.
Polly. Holly Vanlen!
still thy prank we iardon;
For a very witching thing
Is the whimsy thou do-l bring:
Kvery pretty maklen.
Charm of added row.
spell of fill things fair
Hall to thee! Rut pray put guard on
Those who can't, dear Iolly Vanlen.
Every luiman form divine
can't be graced with flower and vine,
Hearing o'er Its back quaint storv
Traced In bloom of morning glory
Kvery dame can't be a gnnlen,
As thou knowst.poor Dolly Vanlen.
Vainly, Dolly Vanlen,
Wswmrhaftrts wpuld, harden.
AVIIcWilg OhC, hew bdrTi oTSpring,
Full of dainty blossoming.
Whether tliou dost come in luwn,
llright and misty as tlie dawn :
Calico that waken eholer
With It every yard a dollar;
thon'rt winsome, gay and fair,
1'corle past all base compare.
JK old foclee ask your iwrdoii,
lVir paternal purse keep guanl on.
Nevermore our hearts we'll harden
Ym liave conquered, Dolly Vanlen!
Things Made Over.
4 HT KATE 4r. HtXILTUN. ' '
".La! if the cinnamon ain't out! and
I don't believe there's sugar enough
neither," announced Molly, Hie very
small help that graced Mrs. Moore's
Lucia turned, with her hands in the
pic-crust, to look at her; for, of course,
this important discovery had not been
made until Lucia had Iter calico apron
on, her sleeves rolled up, and her hands
deep in the Hour. Molly had a genius
for that sort of thing. She stated the
result of her investigations now as cheer
fully as if she had been a second Chris
topher Columbus, and the empty sugar
box another America.
It did not strike Lucia quite as pleas
antly. Aside from being always en
gaged iua guerrilla warfare against this
propensity of things in general to be out,
she did not altogether fancy having to
pause in her occupation while Molly
made a tri p to the village store and back.
"jiposerti better go alter 'cm," sug-(
gestetl Molly, with beautiful serenity.
Lucia surveyed the dim patch of sun
shine that fell through the window upon
her white table, looked up at the ceiling
and down at the painted lloor, and una
ble to conjure any plan for making pies
without the missing articles, answered,
It wits Saturday, and to the tired young
teacher, busy with her school all the
week, Saturday meant a good deal. At
least it always seemed beforehand as if it
might mean a good deal, though, when
the time really came, a host of common,
uninteresting little things usually
crowded in, and the grand possibilities
were crowded out. She kucw of nicer
things to do with this day than to chop
it up into pics; only that tlio pies were
wanted, and somenoiiy must mane incm.
Jlut while Molly was taking a short
route to the store, around every availa
ble point of interest, she slipped upstairs
into an old arm-chair, anil took a book
to console herself during the enforced
Chair and book were by the open fire
in a plain, faded, cherry little sitting
room, where Aunt Samantha, brown,
strong, homely-raced, with a sKcin or
black thread wound around her neck.
and a brass thimble on one finger, bent
over a tabic covered wiin ciotns, pat
terns, and pincushions, while the paler,
less positive-looking Mrs. Moore sat j
sewing by a window. Presently Lucia's
story ran suddenly into an old moral,
and'she drew herself up combatively.
"'JJecontentwith the things that you
have!' Well, that's easy enough! It's
being content with the things that you
haven't, that's the trouble," she medi
tated, beginning to count up, almost
unconsciously, that unprofitable part of
her possessions that.consi&totl only in
said Aunt Samantha,
.shifting her pattern from one end of the
cloth to the other, and surveying it first
over her spectacles and then under
them. "You see, when I put it in this
way it's the least bit too short, and
t'other way it's jest a leetle mite too
"I guess it'll have to be pieced, Sa
mantha," remarKed iirs
Moore, in a
It seemed as if the words had grown
so familiar to her lips that they almost
.-aid themselves, thought Lucia, with a
faint smile. "And no wonder," she ad -
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UCU, IlUUlllllg UC1 UILMt II lll'UU Mb UIU CUU-
tence in the book, "for everything is too
short at one ond, or too narrow at one
side generally it's loth. Nothing ever
comes iu full, abounding measure; aud
it takes an immense amount of twisting
and piecing to get a respectable life-pattern
out of this world, anyhow."
"Well," said Aunt Samantha, briskly
setting her spectacles again, and catch-
ing up her scissors, "taiif t no great
matter. To bo sure, It's a kind of com-
fort when you're about a thing to have
it come out whole, and snve so many
seams; but it won t snow wiicn u s an
"I wonder if it won't?" mused Lucia.
"It seems to me a smooth, unbroken
web might be fairer, even while all is
done, than a life patched up out of odds
and ends, like a bed-quilt."
It was Lucia's winter cloak that Aunt
Samantha was so busily "making over;"
but that operation had been performed
so many times unit, it nau lost every
- . . -. t i l i
vestige of novelty, and the girl felt more
I.,..- A ... i i, ! ,. . 1 . . . ! line
iukeieL in jier reiieuiiuiis muii jii nvi
garment. She had worn it long and
short, circular and sacque, upside down
and wrong side out, for winters too far
wick to be wortli recalling. "Whenever
the idea of getting a new one had pre
sented itfelf, something had promptly
tif-SE1"? ". tllt: wai'- TIlIs time it was
Siloes for tlm oi.ii.it. ..
nuyJ? H'T5 ar? 80 oItl and sick they're
y lute, bo Lucia's old cloak -was forced
to make another revolution rceu
"You needn't be a mite w1n,-,-;i i .
flint niwin' nliiM- tmi f . eworr'l about
mat, piecm , child, I'll be sure to get it
out as shek as can be," announced twit
Samantha, encouragingly, obervi.wlr
thefirst time that the tnoiglunrf foclhv'
the fire was looking ovcrlhi Tok hi
stead of at it.
"Don't doubt it, Aunty. You've done
it so many times that my faith on that
subject passed into certainty long ago "
laughed Lucia, abandoning herlcat at
r.,rv "r, U5.,u Mattering or
jiuiy i mi, Mjmeway, the
laugh was one that brought a sigh from
the tender heart at the window-.
"Most so out ' breath caU't talk
hardly!" panted Molly, greeting the
waiting iMk. "Takes nic good ,v
to get Ihto-a-liurryr baEVheii I do, it's
the liurryiu'cstkintl! Here's the sugar,"
depositing one package, "and here's the
'clarc! if I hain't forgot the cinnamon
ivifmi iiMt-'niMKiniioft inWin tn Aim
the s-unshine, it is marvellous how rap-
idly they pile up. The forgotten ciuna-
mon was such a trifling thing, Lucia
could do without it. certainlv, though it
was tne oniynavoniigsuecareii ior; uui .
it was an added feather's weight of ;
vexation, even though she scarcely !
acknowledged it. By the timo the pies
were readv for the oven, she was auitc
prepared to find that that receptacle
womutvi neat propeny; mat tnc ure
wasn't much inclined to burn, and that
the last load of coal possessed more than
a due proportion of slate. "Just what
might be expected," she commented I
. . . . - .
uricuv, not stating irom wnat or wnom.
. . ? .
Under Moll v's vigorous crammingand
4 poking, the, oven linallyjcxchangeil its
wur iiiuiiicieiiiu luru uury iiruiyimwui
that was no improvement, and a course
of turned dampers and open doors fol-
"EuclaV feillMrs: Mobrf'! voice at
the head of the stairs. Lucia ran up to
the sitting-room again.
f'Mrs. i)oon is coming-up the front
walk, dear," explained the mother.
"Shelll .be at :the door in a minute, and
I suppose it is you she will want to see."
Lucia glanced around the room, and
wondered why Mrs.3)oon,of all persons,
-must como? "Why she must come on
J this particular da, when the tiro was
out in tne panor, and the sitting-room
carpet littered with Aunt Samantha's
cuttings? and, above all, why site must
arrive at just this hour of the day, that
lounci tier wiin nersieeves roiled up, and
herdrcss telling talcs of the Hour barrel?
Kiddles necessarily left unsolved while
she ushered the Iadv in.
Mrs. J)oon accepted a chair, and placed
her delicate buttoned boots on the
fender. Her round eves alwavs looked
as if they had just rested upon some as
tonishing sight, so that it was with only
usual amazement that they surveyed the
nine apartment; but Lucia never could
get used to their expression.
"Saturday is a leisure not leisure
that is, busy day with you, Mtss Moore."
remarked Mrs. Doon, graciously hiking
note oi tne nour spots.
"Very," answered Lucia, non-committal
ly. ' ! '
"I should think.it would must be so
quite naturally indeed. I thought I
must steal a few moments a few pre
cious moments to run down and advise
consult, that is well, advise, I might
say you're so young comparatively
advisti with youf Miss M6oru.J'" :
Mrs. Doon's utterance of sentences was
with a little deprecatory wave of her
gloved baud "as if she were trying to
draw her words out of a well by means
of a very poor chain-pump." thought
l.ucia, waiiijig.iur me pruuiiscu, auvicc.
"A'mothef feels tnustjnr coufse-and
no one can feel so much so as n mother.
Don't you think so, Mrs. Moore? I
wished to speak jut the merest hint in
the world that is, to request your care
"Why, what ails her?" interposed
AuntSamantha, musing, shcarsin hand.
with genuine, kindly interest. "There
'pears to be si good deal of sickness
amongst children now mumps, measles
and I did hear some of the Smiths had
the whoopin' cough; but I don't know as
it's so. 'Taint none of them she's got, is
"Oh, no! rcallj'j no!" ejaculated Mrs.
Doon, her.rbiiudieyes growing' rounder.
"I was speaking, of her sensibilities.
There's a dnTcrence, you 'know very.
She is peculiarly constituted deli-
"She's a leetle round-shouldered, but
she don't look sickly." insislnl Aim!
Samantha, cheerfully.1 "Mebbe she'd be
healthierif you'd let her romp round out
oi uoors more."
Lucia bit herlin foitide a smile.
"I do not think she's f-tudvinir loo
hard," she remarked, remembering the
daily recurring annoyance of Miss
I'.velina's unlearned lessons.
"I presume not. It isn't finding fault
i iu the least you indeed, no!
. ...ua . tv.. LUIlolliLl 11111. .,11.
Doon has observed it, and so have I
and Mr. Doon, too. J Jut Kvelina's tem
perament, you unuerstanu i was so
anxious- you should' comprehend it
think she needs sympathetic that is, if
one might state it so sympathetic '
Lucia grew nervous. She began to
feel more and more like a bucket set to
catch the thiu stream of words from
Mrs.T)oon's pump. ' She knitihized the
rich lace that trimmed the lady's velvet
cloak, and .speculated .vaguely as to
Whether tire gahhent had ever been
turneti ami maue over, or would ever
I have to be. She fancied an odor of
burning pics began to steal faintly up
from the kitchen. She wondered what
it was thatsho had done, or left undone,
in her role of teacher, and what the
effect would be If Mrs. Doon should be
come really dissatisfied with the school.
She fett a flinomi ineliimf Inn fn iml.
hold of the pump-handle herself, and
I uinlFJin .nxl.l i.nt on !. ,-1
I into something swifter and more deft
' IJul, in placid unconsciousness of it
! all, the lady sat still, and kept up her
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pretty little round of satisfaction, sensi
bilities, sympathetic; t Jreatmcnt,.iind
mother's waTchfuliiSsand, after n long
call, graciously llepartrAI, having said
nothing, but leaving behind her, never
theless, a vaguo'sense of uneasiness.
"If there wcro only a law against peo
ple's talking when they have nothing to
say," murmured the young teacher, as
. she watched the silk dress Muttering
I through the gale, and then straightway
, began to wonder a little anxiously,
whether there really had been any idea
bundled up in all thec words; aud if so,
what it wasC
In the kitchen, Molly complacently
announced the baking doue, and ex
hibited a row of pies that seemed, in
complexion, to be a tolerably successful
representation of the live races of man
kind white, brown, yellow, copper-colored
Lucia viewed them in silence the re
Unit of a morning's-jvork! iTIieu she
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turned and slowly mounted the stairs
' once more There were small jackets to
1 Kr iiinmln.1 lilltfmw t1 vntV nil o,nl
be mended, buttons to sew on. and
stockings to be darned by the quantity;
and the girl went to work at them with
a grim resignation, as if that sort of
thing were all she need evcr.cxpcct, and
sli'c might aVwcll face it first as last.
Some strange speculations threaded in
and out of those yawning rents together
with the yarn not the brightest or most
hopeful of thoughts, and the young face
grew weary aud dispirited.
"If I only had some lining for these
sleeves, now, I could finish tills," said
Aunt Samantha, as the evening shadows
began to gather iu the little room.
"You couldn't go down to the store,and
get something as well as not. couldfyou,
Lucia ? I'd likc4 proper well to get this
Lucia assented rather listlessly. A
walk to thevillage did not promise to be
very inspiriting; but she did not care
about being inspirited, and the light was
growing too dim for sewing.
.A gray fog was settling down upon the
river, and folding itself about the little
place. The sky abovo was dull, and the
lealless trees looked cold and stifl. Lueia
abandoned the usual path for the rail
road that wound around by the river,
WhCrC SllO Cnillll lwoptlm l.i... n,,ir,lirnf
the water, and see dimly, through the
veiling mist, the lights on 'the other
shore. It was a quieter walk; she liked
it always; td to-night the stillness and
irmvness suited her. She watched, with
a kind of fascination, the iron rails that
stretched so far awav and out of sight.
landfanciedaresemhlaneetothelife - path
marked out for her traveling,
j In upn her musings broke a roaring,
rumbling sound. She had been slow to
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flery eye of an approaching engine was
blazing - full upon her. She quickened
her pace for a few rods, to reach a more
convenient nlnee for leaving the road,
and was turning aside, when she.caught
sight of a dark form lying full upon the
track, a xard or two in advance of her.
AseconiT glance made hcrheart beat fast
with terror. She sprang forward and
reached the prostrate iigure a man, not
.lnn,l ..iiJ,. Senile: ilik fmm tnrnvl.
ukuu, uui uuui mw;iioiui
1 ? ... L'l. 1 I .1 Xn Aavtl-r lull I til
cation. She tried to arouse him, hut
toucli and voice were alike -unavailing.
She thought wildly of some way by
which to stop the anproacning train; out
it was too late lortuat; 01 neip, uuimcrc
was none. Then exerting her utmost
strength a strength intensified by des
perationshe succeeucu at last m umw
ing the wretched, unconscious creature
just out of his position of peril, and sank
down nerscii unon the uanK, as tne iraiu
went rushing by with its merrily flying
sparKs, and its long row oi ungutiy
lighted windows, revealing thecomforta-
bie passengere within.
Kot until the red lights had entirely
faded iu the distance, did she leave her
seat; then pausing for a moment to look
upon the one she had rescued, she went
slowly on her way. She had recognized
the stupid, bloated face even In the half
, I,.. i , n..i it r.M
Jigut, aim kiiuw iiiiiL ib ii.- uiiu iui
which a home in the village waited that
night sore troubled when it came, lear
fully anxious when it did not. Not a
valuable life, whether saved or. lost.
would have been the comment of tho
neighborhood. It was the remark made
in the village store by those who went
out to look after the man upon Lucia's
information. Dut Lucia, glancing upat
the great, still sKy, where the una stars
were beginning to come out, shuddered
at thought of what might have been the
sours sudden awaKcuiug.
Life grows so wide, so deep, so solemn,
when one stands for a moment at the
oncn door that shows it stretching far.
away into tho Beyond. The current of
thought in the girlish heart that had
changed, as she walked homeward. The
littio vexations that had changed just
now-seemed great enough to cloud all
the sky, stink into their proper insig
nificance. Mrs. Doon's vapidity, Molly's
carelessness, worn-out bhoes ami old
cloaks were these the chains to uiiui
spirit knowing the "power of an endless
There canbenosorrowliko that whicl
sin brings. She realized it glancing up
at the light from the home windows, ami
thinking of the mothers sweet race,
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the careless merriment of the children
who would welcome her: rememberiii;
regretfully, too. the hours that had passed
In gloomy silence, when tncy might nave
been filled full with tne dear home
warmth and cheer.
And soshc went iu to be brave, patient
and faithful always afterward? So; but
to remember for a little while, to stum
ble, groiie, aud rise again. A clear eye
for perspective is not taught in one les
son, either in drawing or iu life. Yet
are the lessons not useless: and the pic
ture shall stand fortlt fair and true at
last life dusty, uneven road holding its
appropriate place, and high .green liills,
aiar on. utrmtaa liuou.
It is Glorious to be Pree.
Do not expect to make friends by le-
ing arbitrary', or to retain the love of a
wife or husband by force, tyranny or
Freedom is a glorious tiling under
which everybody thrives.
There are isolated cases where hus
bands are restricted in tlieirbest motives
and actions, but with women the ex
ceptions arc thoc who are free to live
their own lives in their own way.
Xo man or woman has the right to
say, you shall or you shall not do this
or that, not affecting the basis of truth
which should underlie every life.
Love, warm and selfish, can make its
object an unhappy captive. Itequire
that your wife or husband shall be true
to sacred vows, out ue liberal m little
things. Do you want a slave or a com
panion? If the latter, do not absorb the
whole time, life and individuality of
Happiness cannot ensue by imnrion-
tnent, and no man or woman can be
(thoroughly happy if restricted and nar-
luncu uwti ii iu tiiu mint uiiuii win ur ca
prices of another, without reganl to their
own wishes, tastes and opintonsjjp
"JBuch restrictions not onlycausc un
happlncss, but are radicallyjjwrong.
They are offences in the sightt'of ' God,
who has given to each a mind and soul
to develop, for which He holds each ac
countable. It is more than many peo
ple can do to take proper care of one's
soul. Is there a person who is willing
to become responsible for more than his
or her life-work?
If not, then do not assume, even to
your wife or husband, to dictate as you
would to a ltouudslavc, through their fear
or love of peace, cramping aud warping
their lives, often subverting noble in
tentions to base uses. libit Orb'. .
Woman's Hioiits. I'ndcr the above
caption, the Santa Cruz Sentinel, being
itcmically inclined, writes as follows:
"On Monday last, in a short stroll for
Items, we noticed some new and inter
esting sights. In the first place a wom
an was found driving pickets into the
hard 'adobe soil' with a heavy sledge ;
hammer; the lured man held the pickets
aud the husband held the children, iu
tho house. The twins, a lovchy pair of
boys, wcro lat, ragged and saucy, while
the younger children received lacteal
nourishment from an 'Alexandra' bottle,
with a vim that showed courage Hint
determination to get a living by indus
try and main strength. Proceeding on
our way we came to a new house, being
finished, and found a fine young girl,
just iu her teens, helping her father lath
the building. She used the hammer
.skillfully, and her speed would ' have
done credit to a professional lather. The
country is safe. With such wives and
daughters, we will survive, notwith
standing the corruptions of Presidents,
Cabinets aud Legislatures. Politicians
may tear down and destroy, but they
cannot overturn true Liberty while tho
honest yeomanry have such material aid
in their daily toil."
Critn i-on Hydropjioiiia. While
visiting with a friend at SingSing, New
York, in 1SGG, William IJcers, of North
Haven, Connecticut, was bitten by a dog
snpposed to be rabid, ne at once ap
plied pulverized charcoal to the wound
and experienced no serious inconven
ience from the bite since the few weeks
following the occurrence, during which
time he had some of the lighter aymp
toms of hydrophobia. More recently
Mr. Beers, while living in Iowa, was
the meaus of saving the life of a young
lady who was bitten by a rattlesnake,
and the father of the young lady subse
quently applied the same remedy for a
a rattlesnake bite on a horse with entire
success. The better way of applying the
charcoal is to make a paste by mixing
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NoitTII WEST. Who will send nlil n,li..i.n
subscription fee, nnd one new Kiibscribr.iic
coiiipaulrd by the nwh SB ID we will give :
.v. a. .ii.iii .iiHiinu tildes;
Or a Ilohfinlan Class Vase;
Orn llohcinlan Cilass Card Itecclver:
Or dozen Ivory Napkin ICincs;
fir;, dozen l'lated Tea Sikkius;
Orl pair ; Alcxiuidrc'ai KI.I Uloves;
tira ,.tlSr? n',Pa"Sled,feaUicrcd,edse:
Or an Album for holdinc lf pictures;
or an Album (extra) for holdlns 50 pictures
'Ora Fancy I!tter?ase. .- !-
Or a bor Toilet Articles, IncludTrft: 'soap,
Orn IlritannlaTea IVit;
Or a Keroicnol.itup:
Or dozen Rlass Oolilets;
Or dozen (ilassTumblcrs;
Or a larse fllass Fruit l)lh; i
Orn Work Iliisket; !
Oru Fine Kmbroidered llandkerchicf;
Or'ii dozen Linen Iliiudkcrehh-fs;
Or a Woiden Table Cover;
Or J ', dozen Table Napkins;
Or "4 dozen Towels;
Or an elecant lNirtinonlo.
Any xulr-crlber who Is III arrears Inm cm,i
siiberlptloii,Hiid who will Kend his or her own
subscription fee, and two new sulncrllxrs, hc
compauicd by the cash makine Jy vy-wo will
A set oi linkers' Table Forks, triple plated, on
wiiiiu inruii, wh million:
on white metnl, warranted;
Orn set or Itoscrs Ti Sioons, triple plated
on white metal, warranted:
Or dozcnJtOKcrs' A Ilusscll's Table Knives,
Or a haudsoiiic Ulrd (iicc.
Any iierson In nrrearsforMilscrlntlon toTn
New oimiwKaT, who irtll send hlsior her
snberlption fee and tliree new subscribers, ne-
coiiiKiuieu oy ine casii, niaKi!i st: w, we will
A handsome Marsailles Oullt:
OrnhandsoniQ Woolen Quilt, red aud white
or oiuc anu wnue;
Or a palrofTablcClolhs;
Or two pairs of Nottingham Lace Curtains;
ur tiiree pairs Alexamire'i-Kld Uloies, any
1.1111 Ul Z.11.1.
Orn Japanese InMd WorlclIJox;
Or IS vanls best viL wide Sheetlii"
For seven subvrribers nt 13 00 each, amount
lux to S2I to. we will send :
An extra Castor, tripleplated.on white mcta!
niueu nt ; j uu;
Or a r.-idy'g Writing Desk, of equal value;
Or aCablnct.Japanese Inlaid:
Or nil Kxtra Jananesc Inlaid Work IV. -r
These articles are all valuable, and arowar-
oe jusi as we represent menu. Per
sons living In this city orwlio'can visit us enn
receive these articles from our own hands at nn
hour- notice; or ir not convenient to visit ti.
we will send tho articles by express to any ad
Noonlcr or this kind will receive attention
unlexs the cah accompanies It.
.Send money In l'ostottlce orders at tho cus-tomap-
rales of currency, or send drutr If'pre
fcrred. All onlers promptly attended to.
sincerely hoe that this unparalleled
ofTcr, which Is anew feature In the newspaper
business In Orecon, will meet with a hearty re
sponse from tho many rriends of our paper,
who up to this timo havctsecmed to foil to real
ize that The New Northwest cannot be run
without money. Now Is tho time to makeup
clubs, llccln before some other per-""' cebi
the start of you. .'ice what you can do ror your
sell.lhe Public and Tiik Nw Noktiiwis.it.
U2fK WEED REMEDY.
HE UNK WEED REMEDY,
Oregon Rheumatic Cure.
mms REMEDY IS COMPiTSETl flP TUP
I Active principle of the Unk Wced.Enir.
Ttia-MrtuinCnrdntumOriginK JjU Indigenous
to Oregon, uruwx iuuxi aoumiuuuy ami per-
It contains an Active and Volatile rrinclnlo.
extracted by Klher, and a bitter Tonic Prin
MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USES:
It Is the most snre and speedy cure for
Rheumatism. Khr umatlc Gout nnd IlheumMlc
Pains of all kinds that was ever Introduced Into
the Materia Medico. The UNK WKKII ItKM-
EDY.ns nrenared bvus. in eonsenuenceof tho
existing bitter principle, jiossestes the neces
sary viriuc oi Dciug n
Promotlnt; the Appetite and Invigorating the
whole Digestive Appurutus, thus building up
nnd strengthening the system, while at the
mme time the volatile principle, being nb
sorbed In the blood, acts specifically on the
imuumuuc i-oison, removing it irom inc cimi
latlnn and svstem.
mere are lew reniriites Known rn tne Motiiem
I'rofessioii wlilch will remove the ICheumatic
Poison from the blood, but whose action Is so
powerful In denressln-r the svntem of the al
ready cnreebled Klicmnntle patient, tht their
use has to bo alundoncd before snoelfle rlfivts
ureouuuiiauie,ami iicncotne want or success
in treating nils prevalent and eonvenuently
heretofore Incurable dl-case. Unlike these
medicines, already known, the UNK -WEED
ItLMEDY.nl tliouiFli linMlucllltflls aetive nml nt
KOWertlll ein-i-ts nil the blood ami svsti.in In rrw
iiiiiviii" me liiieuinatle I'Oison, also possessos a
strong Tonic and UcciiH.'ratingElcmcnt which
admits of its tiiiitliitifd use even by the most
delicate and ilrhilltatcd. Thus we liave the
combination for the first lime of thoe two
liecessaiy elements In ono remedy, which ne-
countsf.ir Its suisTiorandnovcr-failing curative
effects In Ulieumatlsm, Hheuniatlc tJout and
Ilheumatic P.iliw nr.ill klmls.
N. It. Tlie UNK WEED KEMEIIY Is partic
ularly AI'PI.ICA1II.K TO UI)iri, in oonse-
'luvinvui hi ionic iuaiiiie.
Wo are aware of the fact thst It U -mim-!.1Iv
tV l''.nLma"Vr l,r"curo certincates attesting
...v . .,uUii reiuiMues irom a certain
class of tlioie w ho nH them. We have sclm-teri
the following liccaiise tlio names nttnelml to
tlielll are tllOM? Of 1I1IH fir fill. tmuf mn.rn! n.t.l
scrupulous rharuetur, and because the large
"" "raciiHainiances in uregon will not
.... u "'"'"nn, license or suspect mem of any
eiuKninuii in me statements tlinv mnv
Certlfireite from the Deputy Jailor of Mult
miiiiiiii umuij J.lli:
City Jail, Portland, Oregon. 1
T.... - lt-l ' t
Dr. A. M. Iioryea A Co.: I was atta'cketl
a severe case of rhetiinutism. it u-:w in
tlllslis. Illns. flnirprs. vlifiililir lil-i.to I..
all the Joints of my Issly I suffered great pain
...... ...........11. i u nurimi u oy n regular pny-
slclan. but with noetrect. I was induced to try
your L Ilk AVerd IEi'lnetlv. :ml It imiiimllnfi.lv
cured me up. I eonslilcr It, from my expe-
ni.iii.r, iiiinh rriiifuy lorrncuniausin Known
-Ai.rnr.i) t i ujlmsic, Deputy Jailor.
This Is to certify that the abovo statement .
rarrcci, io my own Kiiowntlge.
JOHN I. WAUD, Jailor.
Alta California Ilookand Job PrlntlngOfflce,")
f California street, J
Kan Francisco. Juno I.1ST1. 1
Dr. A. M. I)ryen A Co.: For several years I
have lieen subject to rheumatism In my right
arm and shoulder, rendering me unable to
work. On a rvciirrenco of tho attack some
time since, I whs induced to try your "Unk
Weed iteriuMV," and the result was a perfect
cure In a few days. I took only two-thirds ot
the contents of one bottle. My firm belief Is
that the "l uk" i u certain cure for r hen ma
Usui iu all Us form, nml I would heartily rec
ommend all atlllcti-d with that dreadful it9
ease to try jourKcmedy"and be cured.
JNO. It. McINIi
Certiflcalo of A. R. Shipley. Esfi.. special eon
Irlbutnrto the "Willamette Fanner," and Sec
retary or the Oregon Horticultural Society:
Oswego. Oregon. March 2. IsTl.
Dr. A. M. Iiryca; Some lour weeks ago I was
entirely protmted with rheumatism; lu fact I
was almost helpless. I sent to you for one 10-
ounce bottle of tlie "Unk weed Remedy." by
the use of which I experienced almost imme
diate reller, and by the timo the liottle was
gone the rheumatism was gone. From my
own exierlence,nnd from what I have heanl
others say who have used tlio Unk Weed, I
believe It to be a' certain eurcfurrheumatism.
Yours resjiectfully, A. 1C SHIPLEY.
Certificate from Hon. A. J. Dufur, ox-Pros-dent
of tlio Oregon Stalo Agricultural Soclely
and author of "Statistics of Oregon:"
East Portland, April 1, 1871.
Dr. A. M. Lorycn A Co.: I was airUcted with a
severe attack of chronic rheumatism; was con
fined to my bed most of the timo from January
to July, when I used the Unk Weed and it
cured me up. A. J. DUFUR.
Certificate from James llybce, the celebrated
stock-grower and "King of tho Oregon Turf:"
Sau vic's Island, January 11. ISJ1.
To Dr. A. M. LoryeaA Co.: This Is to acknowl
edge the elllcaey of your "Unk Weed Remedy,
or Oregon Rheumatic Cure." I was atllicted
for months with u very .serious attack of Jn
tlxmmatory rheumatism, and tried nearly nil
of the so-called rheumatic remedies without
any relief perceivable. I then tried your
Remedy, and It use restiltisl in the most happy
clfccts a perfect cure. Truly yours.
Certificate from the well-known merchant,
O. X. Weaver, Esq.:
Tlie Dalles, May 25, 1STI.
Dr. A. M. Loryea A Co.: I have used the "Unk
Weed Remedy," and can cheerfully recom
mend it to persons atllicted with intlitinmatory
rheumatism. It cured me of that disease. My
hands, wrlst, ankles Indeed, nil my Joint
were swollen and very painful.
O. W. WEAVER.
Certificate from Hon. Nat. II. Lane, Pilot
Commissioner of Oregon, and a member of the
City Council ot East Portland:
. East Portland, April 19, 1S71.
Dr. A. M. Lnryca A Co.: I have lecn atllicted
for several years past with "weakness in the
back." and wandering rhetitnaili. lmtns ms
vuiuiuiiiiL-ti iij wiiciv coiisiipniion. i
v tho use
or one isittie or your "i nk Weed
eil Itniinsli nr
Oregon Hliciimatlc Cure," I have been entirely
relleveil, and I cheerfully recommend It as u
most valuable and effective renusly.
NAT. it. LANE.
Certificate from Hon. Oldcnn Tlbbetts. a
member of the Citj-couwcll of East Portland:
East Portland, April 7, 1S7I.
Dr. A. M. Lorye.i A Co. f Jents: This Is to In
form you that I have used your"Unk Weed"
for neuralgia and rheumatic pains, ami found
relief from I he use of only one bottle, and can
recommend it to those In tu-ed of such a rem
edy. Yours, UIDEON TI11UETTS.
Certificate from Hon. K. L. Qttlmby, ex
County Commissioner of Multnomah county.
East Portland, April 1, 1S71.
Dr. A. M. Loryen A Co.: I havcuscd the "I'nU
Weed Remedy," and am satisfied it Is a valua
ble medicine. It regulates and Invigorates tim
system. This Is my experience with the Rem-
j. iruiyyours, li L. liUIMRY
Certificate from tho celebrated
rroC Otto Vicuxtcmps;
Oregon Musical Institute
nn Musical Institute. 1
tnpl!nti.l r.-.s urn f
Dr. A. M Iiryea A Co.: I was attacked with
seven; Inflammatory rheumatism, sutrerlng
great pain, nnd was so prostrated that I was
unable to tend to mv business. I ued one liot
tle ot your "Unk Weed Remedy, or Oregon
Rheumatic Cure," and was entirely etinsl by
Italone. OTTO VIEL'XTEMPS.
PUT UP IN TEN-OUNCE BOTTLES,
Oue Dollar ami riltr CeHl per liottle.
PREPARED AT THE
OREGON MEDICAL LABORATORY,
r '.' -sLnrV..'..'
XX. LORYEiV &; CO.,
EAST P0RTL.VND, OREGON.
-rFou BALE JiV AM. DKrooins.
HE FLORENCE SEWIMI MACHINE
triI.T. SEW EVERYTHING NKEDED IN
IT n lamllf fr.. ih. lrnos-fiwf tn thn TJfht-
. ii i -
"1 1MI11 11.
It Does More. Work)
More KluiU of Work,
Ana Better Work
Than any other UachUo.
Ifthcre is a Florence Sewing Machine wlthlu
one thonsand miles ofSan Francisco not work
ing well or giving entire satisfaction, If I am
informed of it, It will be attended to without
expense ofany kind to tho owner.
NAXUEL MILL, AfftHl?
19 New Montgomery St.,
Grand llotal BulldlUff,
sk.u roc dwitiia ami (ttMrtis or wobk
Active Agonta Wantt4 STaryiirbar.
s.: i: ,
i t .i i.
CHARLES TBKCH & COM
STRAW and FANCY GOODS
NO. It HANSOME HTREET,
Retween Hush and Sutter, next, Cosmopolitan
. RueduFaulSrg-PoirsIonniere, Paris.
t i eji- ' , , .
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CHICAGO AS IT WAS AND AS IT IS.
A HISTORY OF THE GREAT CIUC-OO
FiV. TrSthtui and """".Vffit
detailed account of the mt lerrlMMalajultT
hat has over befallen the ctrllixeo .World.
ISartHng lcldenTr &Sk"
The fearful ravages of Vle 5 f.ll.tSr.'iii ?Ti
reign of Terror. Profuwly ?"ju"?"
lu.trnted. Including .SSiiH.ib0rf
and since the flre.stUl subUmely grand in IU
nun " OrdeV JL1Ie'i'?,i,1nr?1- eji't
fastest selling bookCHoMnU. Bend
31 ror canvassing outrtt and securp an .Vncy
Immediately. Agents also wanted for
WONDERS OF THE WORLD.
One ThousandlluKtratlpns, comprlsjug. star
tling scenes. Interesting Incidents and wonder
ful events In nil Countries aud anions all Peo
ple. A. I BNCHOrT A CO
Oregon Slate Fair, ISil.
THIS SPACE RiSKKYKD FOR
HIMES & BACHELDER,
Steam Book and Job Printers, who Intend fill
ing It witli an advertisement as soon ns luey get
time to write one. In tlie mean time call on
thera atftj Front St. If you want any kind of
DR. J. . (JLEXX,
X 3H 3ST
T I S
MILS. It. XuYYt'I.ESS,
JANUFACTURER .VND DE.VLER IN
SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, ETC.,
Corner Front and Yamhill streets, Portland.
Shirts 3Indc to Order
Of the best material, and warranted to fit.
All kinds of mending doue. ni;
21 KS. 31. J. E.VSIGX,
Fashionable Dress and Cloak-Maker,
Third Htreet, Xenr Wnshlngton,
TrEEPS A FULL ASSORTMENT OF PAT
l terns, trimmed and untrimmcd.
"Will find It to their advantage to give lier n
Orders Exnutrd nlth ratacss and lllspatrii.
Charges Reasonable. n29
"Withorcll sSc Ilolman,
So. ftO Front .Street, l'ortlaiid.
WILL FIND EM PI) Y M ENT FOR ALL
those applying for situations In any ca
pacity from ood-chopper down to a Fat Of
fice. Pay special attention to obtaining Farm
Help, House Servants, Railroad Hands, etc.,
Irrespective of Nationality.
Parties sending orders from a distance must
Is explicit Iu their onlers, stating Just what
tney want, what they will iny,ete., (accompa
nied by our office rees, J2 00, which may de
ducted from employee's wages), stating wheth
er they will or will not be resjioiHlble lor trnv
fillng expenses or hired help.
J. R. WITHERELL.
ntttf F. DILLARD HOLMAN.
Oculist nuil Atirlht. Throat nml Lniif
Laboratory. Consulting- and Opcrarting
APAUTMENTS, CORNER THIRD AND MORRISON STA,
DBT GOODS AND OI.OTJIIXC1,
Oroeerlr-s Hoots, SIioch, Nails, Ele.,
PrRCHASEU OF FARMERS' PRODUCE.
Higho Cash Price paid for WOOL.
CORNER FIRST AND MADISON STREETS,
HAS OPENED A IVRUE AND CHOICE As
At 71 First St. bct.M'nsIiliistoii .V Stark,
Next door to Ladd st niton's Rank,
And hopes by atteut lou to business and prompt
ness iu executing orders to meet a share of pat
ronage. .Two first-class milliners wanted immediate
ly. To flrst-elass hands highest wages rmld.
Also two small girls wanted as apprentices.
Apply at tlio store, 71 First street, immediately.
KS-Did Mrs- B.Get that I'at Clilchcnr-sa
tirY. nn-T voir trvnw sue r:rvr
wlicre they keen ail kinds of Fresli Poul
try, Game, and Fit-h, and receive by every
steamer a splendid assortment of California
N. 15. Consignments from the country sollc
FI1WT STREET, betwren ?Ialn and lauison,
, Portland, Oregon. New House, Neir Fur
niture, cellent Accomnioilatlous. Rpard per
week. 16 to .t Per day, SI to SI si, accord liig to
MfRI'IIY A HEI.I.Y,
cor.vrur piu)urrE,riiiiTS ami tkiietauli-s,
Corner of Third and -Washington streets(op-
polite nv-ujieriaii uurvn i, i-oriianu.uregon.
Goods delivered to all parts of the city FREE
OF CHARGE. ni
DR. II. It. l-KEELAXD,
(LATE OF SAN PRANCIsCO,)
32 W T I S T .
ROOM NO. TWO, DEKUMS' BUILDINO.
Cor. First and Washington Ste., Portland.
HAVINO HAD A NUMBER OK YEARS'
practice In San Kranclco. I feel competent
to do First Class Work in all IMital itpera
Uotui. tsatlsfactlon guaranf eed.
Nitrous Oxide administered.
Rtr. W'm. Roherts. Judee o. N. Denuv. Dr.
Dickson, Messrs Qulmby and Perkins, and
lira. Danlway.oftheNK.w NoimiWEST. nl
DR. JiAKY A. THOMPSON,
PHVSICIAN AND ACCOnCHEUR
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE-THIRI) ST.
between iSalmon and Main, opposite the
i.aiisaiienueu in any pari. uircuj.
Batteries for sale. and m.-tructions given on
the use of electricity as a Remedial Annul, ul.