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THE 2ffETV NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, NOYE3EBER 4, 18S0.
7 1.. ... hiin. 'let ns talk this maRfr'bver care fully. o.i noedomo lunch ulso.-Mar your lmrd ri. up the mocmtaiu." , .. . Ti.ey sat tpeher at the. little .table with tin , aiwl lainUl loilC anil , rtrnftafcl'x- Afioa Hon. i 1 M .. w J- W-" .li'KI WW tMHIXrU r i 1! w aiwtfn thmoto1ft by MtjlSrlftke, but could not .TCantify the writiiitri . "A. B." cor- Mi Jy was Meative of Louis BoimlnoH and her i,:ioo ihe .lamitted -na &ary. These facts were . .urtrartt, hmnot inclusive. She had no like-in--- A h; r fatlier, atul wafe too youugjwhen the jw itul T.vtuu between her igirims-occurred to i men..tr hte features. Six hao!jfodinovo(l it to be uv.n frt-ai Uformation received from a person w; . Mad ,e i Uncle Lukaat Ikt-i'sl'fat, and had kimwn 1 am JonivUleld when a N'oung man. Tli'.- man bcliel the two to be ideriticlfl. Miss B utufietl hade tlie voung mnitgood-by at last, r Vode sadly down thie raourftmri trail. Noth rould be done. She could orilywit, as Lauchu.. was doing, glie wwdd remain at Gott lieb Melr It's bo lor as there were Uny hopes of the return of the nfiSBing man. Then followed lonjr weary days, ad mouths. : Tom Jog?' mule-train toilettHjaek and &rth oBf tho moun tains to Sonora.UThe baby'sferadleiiiTivBdat last, and in fiod lift the baW.i&o. Gottlieb and Kntrma wrre hagpy aa birds; T i-ew.Hki brown-faoad' crirl .with flowintr cu-1.- ro 1 tiwU.to,ty uiouidutgi ti ail to the claim that paw bo powraaml twice a sreek John Lnuch linsUwdin Hie mddof tht lm-.oak shook his head fiadhr, and "No iw yet. Jfias Borotifield.' v i There fame a flute, however, whan this address was changed a Utile, and Laucufci&KsJij) &i?cd sadly, would sajS T "No news yetjSrary." " IXt-euiber eanfe with storm tuuf tempest. It was a tetrible night In thetnouufcuuSlk 'l'liorowas a fearful flood atfReod's Flat. ff,r UioVmOimtain torrent stent dowit such swolieu -timnmUmt tlie awa iwminStrestles, water fuee am swept sluices and flumes. Toe carrie away, f id thereat barvlf cpoaped. Hiier up the claim of Jofik 1 JtnehtiN fell, buf thick, binding sniftw about the lone4ylabli, cue before toe DUtsw.ajTil ow seemed to echo some ataawtic with a crash to fell upon the 6a refrain. John Lattehlht dored over sodhfe howled! How ft -hook the stout Wad it the wind, not hear hie name It was nothing been dteamiiHE. He woke with a name aUed. sprung to the open. A man heavily upon i be betel opeitted "Tenderly, hil'ik. Ho j' with H apUwA U-u d, .ana in. whii 1 An A II 4 I ilJBlTT 2 till inMMvti mam was otftiob lelch mbex, where hnal Mill wind howled nt and groaned Uieit,a shriek Iftt forest, as4)mb of m to the storm Slid feu Broken twigs of oak ', rapping out an ominous before a blazing fire and Toolu llow the wiini the little window and Then-Ue nodded sleepily. he dreaming? DM he t He listened a moment. wind, and-he must have did sleep. II- vrtainly heard his st t .ng to relleet, he thr u-ilt. nuf swung it , with ajrroan, and sunk B' the tire's nl glare the earthen lloor the a intent, John Ijaucli- anu laiJ it in nis theohl man was worn U he was dying. Atrveii as were at of returning an- z . 1 ai aim "Is it ten, boy?" he feebly but earnestly asked. "Almost." "Has she come?" "She is here. Uncle Luke." Marv Bonnilield bent over her father. A loving smile lighted un his wan face. "Thank God! at last at last! Kiss me, my sweet girl. I couldn't go until you came. My work is done. But do not grieve for me. 'Tis better as it is. Be kind to John, las-de. He's the riuht 'color.' He'll take care of you, iny girl. As she pressed another kiss upon his lips, his right hand rose slightly, men lea upon me gray blanket. A faint sigh, and John Lauchlin and Mary Bonnineld were alone with the dead. There was great excitement in the mountains that Winter over the discovery or the wonuernu jrnld and silver bearinir "Bonnilield Ledire." It was a remarkable claim on account of its unparal leled richness and on account of the manner of its diseoverv. Tt was rennrted that a dream of tho locator was what led him to prospect in that par ticular snot. But what was most remarkable of all was that the Bonnilield Claim was not owned hv !n inoornorated comimnv. It was owned by a company, however a company which God had joined together, and which it is hoped no man will ever nut asunder John Lauchlin and wife, nee Mary Bonnilield; a woman that, as Tom J eggs savs. "Can iest knock the snots oil uv any woman in the mountings." From the Overland Monthly of December, 1S75. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. O. W. PRENTICE & CO. The Leading Music Dealers NOUTII OF SAN FKAXCISCO. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. yaakle sleep. -side. ceased. The tOM- rested on 9mi!bd. "1fmf- at laat. weary irh k-.t me Zmi on ulil a Ikf-rl -l.uuldl boewTand the weUpy n .w, my ta eini fir j thjectrk ! I've sloi.wt out, bo" eiOM-r, Joiicu rawh I must a bit f a fir!f om, My Her fame to find m r. John, aer mine." "lhelj yourself iter now,, and fteretbl The was Uent What "T flnd e, wymi d wk. JttrGh. tftwasd mm Mled ma MSJi III Mil HHBMMMtli wmc wSIBK "n m aiiiBi "What "A lofljvSzSHilanEw ! nrdHnBUSffifP . -.... nannnEnnnnBnnKK4j if "c t 'uUBWBBBBHHUlSJSJBbnlfinf you e ttaltffliflrw hm the rirl r BP And JohHUiMEl fThotiletA. w Kttlk utiiU tbgjionwp ''Xiflat fi PMISCHlSrER. MAYER & CO., Front anrt Flmt street, between Ash and A, Importers and Wholesale Dealers. 1 m FALL SEASON. "TR. MATKH HAS MADE VERY EXTENSIVE VXiW- XtJL cbaMs or a fall line of IXLX.IINriSXY GOODS, IMrert from the Manufacturer and Importers In New Totk. Our StocK will conatut or the latmt style ana Hnaaes at Pcatliers Plumes, Frac2i Plowers, HATS, SHAPES, Plain, Gros Grain and Paney Eibbans, SILKS, VELVETH, HATIXH, ETC., To wtaieb we Invite the tttmn Horn of the XiltliMiy Ttaaaef Uregun ana waawfwa leiiitmj. . ..wni: then he long hour of that watt hel by nis L and the storm d his eyes, and, as s face, tie raiuiiy o gisd!" with a tog time, Tncle iAike." jonn. 1 uttiouno 11 down in my note pocket. ou are re picKing tn me either, Jonn. rm rock at last. I'm matter much. Sit I want to tell e W a word. Them's lood somewhere in tke Urh I never nave tny own daughter. I've locaUti in in ) inted, "do not worry Jreadv kMow. Your this State. I hare :ahe is at tlie lia ... ..1.1 1.. Hiorin woitui uv d for some time a whisper: id." intly "Bint's Belns tlie only Wboleaal ilaam la the mate taaorttag MILLINERY OOODB direct from New York, w will be prepared to ofltor extra lndoeemenu to oar Patrons. FISHEL & ROBERTS. GRAND REDUCTION OF PRICES! Fall and Winter Clothing:! four hours." iny note-book, receive may oyou think 1 can WhUe yet, Tncle , T. urot Uie nettti "A-in oof tlie book, and er?M oonie to her, John. xvill you look out for ;$t owners In the claim, you 4t Un ten !" and his lips '.fid John IjuHhlin u'feli Uirouch long Winter morning. At last, nalhe trail, he aw the well-known h9 .'dv Mlttaut un the steen aeoent 'tkecak, with itewMte snow fallimr from :bea, 1m wjt ni to recei'VC'her. ti nnk God !" he said, as tOQ'late he is dying! tears fell in silonco to- ying man's sidu. At hand, upon tho sloon- d hla eyos. loriftl 4 1 V 'iritraj t a, Mary, at lifj, rr n isas 1 boVs A Speetelty. CLOTH Q7Q rs. E. S. Wass. No. Ol 3Iirrlson Ntrepf, Portland, TS X eltles In Full THE LARGEST sTn K K p x nsr o !'rm 8S00 to 81.000! MISCELLxVNEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. n T7"E HAVE NOW OPEN OUR NEW STOCK FORS i 1 1 Fnll and "Winter, and olffer the most complete as- :sortinent of Dry and Furnishing Goods! ..0H Tlie DScsst Qtnilitic ..AND AT.. THE LOWEST PEICES In the State. Orders solicited and earefuMv tilled. -anything you want In our line. AVrlle to us for THE IAK'iFvr sTM'K OF O DEt Gr TST S ! From SI0O to 700! TIIK lVROEST STOCK Or SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS! In tlio Xortlnvost. JMrvrntrnt of all Kind Sold am Jieuy J'aymemti. KTBHCRIBK IOB Monthly Musical Jourhal, Which eontaln from r to J0 worth of nr vocal and lnatrumentul mu-u- ami vaiuaue ma inire Ing rendliiK matter each year. Only "7T Cont.-J ioi "ViJi"- D. W. PRENTICE & CO., No. 107 First Street, ruRTL.Nl -OREGON " II No. OLDS Sa LTlSTGr, 147 Third Street, Portland, Oregon. ODES. 353 O-O 2XT FURNITURE MANUFACTURING CO., L0VK.STKI, rroltfent. O. sillNOi 1 1:. lorthoil. Established V. . fllAOBorUNK, s:m Knineiwo. I 857. int. kAI'GSK. Secretary. 0mciA5D Salerooms ( or. First and Yamhill Streets, Factoky Corner Front and Madison Streets, PORTLAND. OREGON" 'PHB COMPANY MANUFACTURES AIX KINDS OF i. Furnltare, from the plainest and cheapest to the meet tatiorate and costly. It main tabic Its leading eaaraeterfc tic. orictBal and artistic design and superiority of work-iiiannhip. TIIK . V. 31. CO. Also keeps constantly In stock a complete tine C A. 3? PETS I WMoh They Ofi'er at Very Low Prices. S.-16 tf ESTABLISHED 'IN 1852. SIPOlTSXI-.S- EX3?OIITJ3X. WILLIAM BECK & SON, M'huli'viU- iiinl lli lnil I. al-r in OV7N8. RIFLES AM lIKVi LVF.i:s F EVERY IE- Hanufeotttrad by 5Ir. Rouarts ia 2fw York Spo- aially for Pino Tmfie. SHINDLER & CHADBOURNE, I'riuit ami I'ittt Sts.. I.cl. llorrisou and Youiliill, ll;Ti. M. iK!.;N. Wiiol"al-It. t. ill ril. i- iti Furniture and Bedding! OK EVERY UEHCRIITloN. Gcirpots, Oil Cloths, Mirrors, Wall Papers, Etc. OLDEST HOUSE IN THeT FURNITURE TRADE. Headquarter for S-hol I--k-Flno Furniture a Specialty. FACTORY, Font MII.I s Kl:M KAsT 111RT1-VND. 't FISH EL & ROBERTS, Cor. I'lrst nnrl jlorrisou Sis., PORTLAND... .-.OREGON s USE ROSE 5II,LS. 1 H'ASltliiaTON STREET. r..ItTLNn. OREGON, RK J s1etflttly rWll nil un- r- n-ltTK of the N KV N0KT11 rnWr who Imve work in in- line i -nil upon oradtlra llllli. 16BtiMISte KlVfll "HI mipli.utioll. promptly answeretl. nnd all Inquiries CnnsistliiK of furlw, roquet, Puff, IVrfectloiiH, Saratoiai ... . .... T I I ... . " waves, mviniine ati, Lino of Switchos in Oholco Colors at A Popular Pricos. THE AURORA RESTAURANT, Northwest urinT Front Hiid Alder htreet. Is the only Place in Portlnnd where you can pet JOOJ NlV.lKi: MEAL roll 2ii CENTS. PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO ORDERS RY MAIL win :nn EMPIRE BAKERY. VOSS & FUIIR, Manufacturers of Bread, Cakes, Pastry, Pilot Broad, Soda, Picnic, Ilutlcr, Roslon, Haijar and Shoo Fly C'RACKKRS, Janny Llnd Cakes, Ginger Snaps, Hta, Xo. I Wiwliluston Htrcct, INirtlniul, Or. csrOnlora from tho Trade aolloltod.-ffa COKB Ifl T T S LIVERY, HACK AND FEED STABLES, Corner Hecoud nml Taylor Ntrccts. Huionnblo ChnrcoK for lllro nnd UoanliiiB. Hack orders nmmntly attended, Day or NIrIiL promptly W6oiiWARD & MAGOON, Proprietors. Wm Moore's, W. & C. Scott & Son, Remington, Parker Bros., and the Famous Colt's Breech-Loading" Shotguns. A fnll asHortini-nt of the above famous makers constantly In stock. RIFLES. Winchester's s.:ars, liullard's, Impress', Kennedy & Stevens'. PISTOLS. Colt's, Smith .t Wesson's, Hopkins & Aliens', and tne fanions Hrltlsli l;ull-Ioss. Also, a full I i of Metallic Cartridges, Itreeeh-Iioadlaa; ltrass and l"aier shel Is. ( 'ups. Wads, Shot and SportsmeM'S Implements, at the LOWEST PRICES. Corner I'ront ami Alder Sis., INirllmid, Or. s. lll 111! USE ROSE PILLS. ESTABLISHED 1868. G. O. BAILEY, WholosatV and Retail Grocer and Ship Chandler. Ship Stores. Crockery Ware, Lime, Plaster, Cement and Food, Garden and Grass Seeds, Foreign and Domestic Fruits, S. I". corner It and Second Streets, Portland, Or. ste IK If 31 RS. A. J. HKAZEI.I., Drossmaking Establishmont, No. mi Third street, between Washington and Alder. PROPRIETOR OF THE 'I X IV' A NEW SYSTHM OP i raci, It will cut Agents wanted. Cutting Ladles' and Children's Suite: in fact.it will cut every species oi garments, uau ami see iu octl t tf JOSRl'lI ItUltKlIAUI). PACIFilC MOirrON M. SI'ATJI.l)Um. MARKET. BTTRKHARD & SPATJLDING, Butcliers and Packers, And Dealers In All Kinds of FRESH AND CURED MEATS, I1ACON, HAMS & L.VRD. 35 and 37 B Street, Corner of Seend. PORTLAND. OREGON. Special Attention gtt u to Sappiytng Shtpa