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About The new Northwest. (Portland, Or.) 1871-1887 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 25, 1871)
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FRIDAY AUGUSTS 5, 1871.
Finn at Thk Dai.les.---A very de--trurtive
fire visited Dalles city on the
lTtli. The Mountaineer says the fire
originated by a child' four years old, a
v,iu of Mr. Kcnry "Wentz, and another
lit He boy, son of Dr. Miller, aged five
c ars, setting fire to some straw used to
lill matressos In Wcntz's furniture store.
Mr. AVVnU discovered the fire too late to
livvent its hpreading into a general cou
llapratioii, and had barely time to assist
his family in escaping from the fcecond
plory. In an hour and a half four whole
Mocks of buildings were consumed by
the destroying dement the only excop-
t ion being the residence of Rev. Thomas
'Ondon, the saving of which was ex
'y fortunate, as it contained the
jle library of geological specimens
":iMi.-ed by Mr. Condon during several
pabt. The only person injured ivak
Holland, who was hit by a falling
r, but who, however, was not seri-
hurt. The total loss by the fire
ftite to over $100,000. It is a severe
on tlie place, and oiic from which
II not soon recover.
a letter just received from The
t-s we Juam tliat the -citizens are
dly replacing the buildings dc-
yed by the fire. This certainly ex
... its ontorprisenvorthy of all common;
( 'oraAiis. Cougars appear to bo plen
ty in Lane county. The Eugene City
tinnrd tells the following: "As Mrs.
Deffebacker was going to a neighbor's
in Suislaw Valley, with her babe of a
rar and a half old in her arms, lust
Sunday, she discovered a large cougar
un a tree just- about to snrinc on her.
she had the prascuco of mind lo look the
savage bruto straight in the eye as she
backed away until within shouting dis
tance of A. J. Barlow's. Her shout
bruughtout Mr. Barlow, andheshotthe
- wa aiu. feet from nose to
ii.i E-reue Journal has this
n U-t week a large female cou
.. vming of Mr. "Wal
mi Ijoai Ceek- fcwvoral children
wi-re playing in the yard, and the ani
mal approached and tried to carry ofl a
liild abtffJt fjpyears old. Mr Waldcn
aw tlidSfgflr, and picked up the child,.
wIkji tub tougar followed around for
unite a.tlm9,.endeavoriiig to catch it, not
i l Mlng'tAxare to attack the older chil
' rvn. iVifeliiadiile a neighbor succeed'
ed indL?irit0ijyto the animal
FieIxtBATTM AND ORF.GON ClTV.
The tcdegr1$liSlirings the following ac-
o afcureat Kalem on the 21st of
broke out at twelve
Sikthesaddlery shop of Lanip-
loor to the Statesman
y destroying the shop
he adjoining buildings.
It not exceed $2,000. The
u didiwell to stay the flames.
djateoilk following particulars of
' near Oregon City on theSOthinst.:
linkoy House, in Rockville, ad-
gh City, and occupied by
burned to ashes at one
few articles of bedding
ere all that were saved,
the fire was accidental.
PESO OX THE O. & C RAILROAD.
1 1.; uj8j$ttn has the following con
' : -g thCflProgress of the railroad:
.. .. nn-Hnsiroirlipd a. noint four miles
' yMiAI5?mmit of the Calapooia
tand is being pushed on with
are is a force of about 1,500
employed at different kinds of work
:,i t!'- front. If the bridge spanned the
YV i ' " timet! e the cars would soon be run
to Eugene City sis soon as the
could be. nlaced down. Our inform
rtufrfl tnnt he was confident tliat
u' . oad would be completed and in per-
, , i urining order to Oakland by Christ-
. Ifuhe Iron arrived and could be for
letiib the front in time.
DaKrom the Albany papers we
l that a fire, start ed in an old fir tree
lenten county a few days ago, came
creating a great loss of property and
trili iSWoSlroyed several hundred
i Is of fence and some fruit trees on
e Thornton's farm. Mrs. Thornton
a4rr?e?33flieighbors succeeded in ex-
uishlhg the flames.
BWiJBQWN. Junction City is the
. Jotfy&faovr town selected for the
.jtioii of the East Side and West Side
... roads through the Willamette val
Ri&lftuated in Xane county, three
,:iieJiCTUt1rln?Harrisburg, on Uic west
of the, "Willamette river, on the line
.1 i ,ie Qii&SiLRuilroad.
JNCffltT.-Prof. J. B. ifcGibcny and
, ef Portland, are giving concerts
.w.il? Ifrfsfng a recruiting tour. The
M.Minville WeM-Sidc has a highly
laudatory notice of their ixrformance in
tliat place. They wore to give another
concert there last evening.
Albany Collkgiate Institute.
This institution of learning will com
liu'liee its yearly session on the -Uh of
September next The school will be un
der the charge of Prof. "Warren, late of
i'oruanu. unuer his management it will
nimounieiiy be a suceess.
. ,. s,.-ira U1I8 .eaS0n are
reneratiy good m Oregon. A gentleman
v ho lias traveled over most of the val
ley, since narvuniing commenced
they arc much better on the west than
the east side ol tlie Willamette riv
"JKRMS ril'KS, OFlIl'ESVlM,-Tr
Stephen Massett, bearing thq above non
de plume, is now, we believe, in Port
land. "We understand that he will civ
one of Jus entertainments'hereiiihortly.
Iow AVateii. Tlie "Willamette river
is unusually low for this season of tlie
, " -'- -"Y-i,, , it . cmperance the is both origl
only running to Salem, "'"ting-making this old and
Fly, which makes Al- H.TOitt
ar. Boats are
t rpi uic rsiioo-x i, vinii u :mtKes Ai
banv once a week.
So liero our paths of life at last
Divlde-dlverce, nfce delta'd Nile,
'fhlchpfte r desert danger parsed
Of many and many a thousand mile.
Ak constant as a column stone
S'oekk'bul tho sea divorced 3 lone. ,j
What recks it now whose was. the blninc ?
But call it mine; loir better met!
Am I to wrong and cold disdain
Can better bear to be accused
Or all that bears the shape of shame
rrhan hare you bear one touch of blame.
I know yours was the lighter heart.
And yours the lwpe ofgrander meeil ;
Yet did I talter In my part ?
But there is weakness iu defeat,
And I have felt its Iron stride ; ,
While your youns feet were yet untried.
I set my face for power and place
Sly soul Is toned to sallenness
Sly heart holds not one-slgn or trace
Of I5ve, or trust, or tendernessf
But you; your year of happiness
God knows I would not make them less.
But should you sometime read a slsjn
A name among the princely few,
While you with friends and fair ones shine,
Then careless iay to one or two:
He onee was mine his smiles, his tears
Were mine were mine for years and years.
And yet It were a bootless strife;
I ran too swiftly np the way
In my unchccrful spring of life
And wearied ere the noon of day.
I did not reach wus It a crime
Thai ray life knew no summer-time ?
And still T could not now complain,
God made life's hlll-toplow, so low,
Because I faltered on the plain
I crossed its summit lone ago.
Thus, sooner than you would sijpposc,
.Some weary feet will find repose.
And you will come some summer eve.
When wheels the white moon on her truck,
And hear the plantlve night-bird grieve,
And hour the crickets clad in black;
Alone not far a little spell.
And bay, "Well, yes, he loved my well:" i
And sigh, "Well, yens, I mind me now,
None were so bravely true as he;
And yet his love wus tame somehow
It was so trucly true to me;
I wished his patient love had less
Of worship aud oftendemess:
"I wish It still, for thus alone
There comes a keen reproach or pain fc
A feeling I dislike to own
Half yeHmlngs for his voice again;
Half longing for his earnest gaze
To know him mine always always."
I did not blame you do not blame
The stormy elements of soul
That Idid scorn to tone or tame.
Or bind down unto dull control
In my fierce youth they all are yours
With all their fierceness and their force.
The meek-eyed stars are cold and while,
And steady fixed tor all the years;
The comet burns the Windsor night
And dazzles elements aud spheres-
Then dies In beauty and a blaze
Or light, of burning heat and haze.
Tho ikmsI's passion lofty pride
The sentlment-the wooing throng,
Of sweet temptations that betide
The wild and wayward child of song,
The world knows not: O, lift a hand
To those who know who understand.
There Is no dead so beautiful
As is the dead and burled past
Tills I may love, nor be betrayed:
The dead aro faithful to the last.
I am not spouseless I have wed
A memory a life's that dead.
Now, when the stately sea comes In,
With measured tread and mouth afiiam,
Sly darlings cry above the din,
And ask, "Has father yetcome home?"
Then look Into the jwsaceful sky,
And gently answer,"By and by."
Twas mine to be misunderstood
By kneelers at the golden shrine,
For I adoro the true, Uiegoodfl f .
Their loves ore theirs and mine are mine.
O, I despise them scorn their ways,
Vnr fpnr lliplr fmimt. tmr snk tllftlr nml.
' " . . slot
do not murmur nor complain-
Above me are the stars and blue ,.
Alluring me to grand refrain;
Before, the beautiful and true,
To love or hale to win or lose
Iio! I will now arise and choose.
Rod keep you beautiful and true
God keep you purc.O, very pure
God help you to endure and do
The all He may demand of you
Keep time frosts from your raven hair,
And your young heart without a care.
Cincinnati II. Mii.i.kk.
Smoky. The atmosphere in our city
is decidedly smoky. Fires are raging
near McMillan's and Holladay's Addi
tions to East Fortland. A fire is also
raging near the northwestern part of
this citv. The nrosneeta are that the
smoke will be almost blinding before
DlSTlXGUISIUJb SCIKXTISTS. It Is
announced on good authority that Pro
fessors Agassiz and Hill will sail for the
Pacific coast alwut the first of next
mouth, in a new iron coast -survey
steamer, built at Wilmington, Dela
EsirinE Hotku AVhen you go to
Tic Dalles s,top at the Empire Hotel,
omatf Smith, proprietor. He shows
his business enterprise by advertising,
and we will vouch foi it that he sets a
"Vmvrir Pori?ir It TT.nnAT). KiffMn
miles of the X. P. II. R. from Kalama
have been graded aud are now ready for
track-laying. Twenty-five miles are to
be in running ortier uy jNovemoer.
communication is just received before
going to press.' It will appear next
week; If '
Dyeing and Cleaning Is done at
Shade & Co's i a very superior man
lier, "tye know whereof wc speak.
Retired. Mr. W. A. Mcpherson lias
retired from the Salem Mercury.
Lecture. The lecture of Mrs. Carrie
pvrrv nno nf thn world. Tlie room was
denselv crowded, and a large number,
unable to find seats, were compelled to
1 . . . ....... nil... 1 .s.
uegrec, all tlie requirements necessary
iu imiKc a popular speaKcr or leciurei.
oho also lxjssesscs the happy faculty of
swaying her audience to and fro at will
sift that but few orators or public
i,rrr V ve 1,1 llcr treatment oi me
subject of Temperance the is both oricl-
- tlio hrilli-,.,.. r 3 again nii
I u,,r l r""orutorieal powers.-
Why did I dream of thee, darling.
In the sweet wild hours of the night;
Why did thy spirit come near me,
Moving in mystical light?
Why did you bend above me,
With the old and the passionate sigh,
In this world, where there's no one to love me,
Slaking me long to die?
Once there was a garden, . ,
Daintily scented with clover
Strewn with popples asleep '
And corn leaves fluttering over;
A fainting sound of waters
A chirp In the swooning grass,
And yellow, spying sunflowers
Turning as you pass.
You brought your flute and played me
The sweetest of all love tunes;
Tli the day ofmy heart of all days
Trie June of my heart of all Junes.
How thrills the whimsical wind,
Where the true vines clamber and cling!
Love whispers In promise blind,
"I am thy beautiful king!"
But down in the town below v
The fair words never fall;
And a car rolls to and Tro,
And over the hearts of all.
All that is sweet must die
All that Is bright must fade;
"Lovolsa dragon!" they cry.
Wc threo sat there together,
Over our hearts a spell;
The popples kindly slept,
But the sunflowers watched.us well. .
You, with your passionate heart
I, with my fragile prayer;
And UK, with his subtle spirit,
Standing between us there.
Standing between us, love
Vor he had the right, you know
Bidding me to come.
And bidding you to go.
We were fair to the world that day,
And under the car wo threw
Our love, all crowned In splendor
Our hearts, so tender nnd true.
What good have wodonc, my darling?
You sleep in death's eclipse,
With no touch of mine on your forehead,
Xo kiss ofmlnc on your llp.:
I dream that I love a god
Who speaks with a p;Lslonate sigh,
Where the sunflowers turn and god,
Watching us like a spy.
And ite, through books and bays,
Delvelh for pretty words
To weave In hU languid lays
Of women nnd streams nnd birds.
What was: tny troth to him t ,
A stepping stone nt best;
Sly face was proud and tny smiles were sweet,
And his gold could do the rest.
Decked with my love for a time;
But the day and the hour came
When he pushed tho face you loved In t lie dust,
And stepped to bis niche of fame.
And the wheels rolled overngaln,
And the car went clattering by;
And the lonely heart of your Queen
Wearily wallet li to die.
God nnd the angels may tell us
What beautiful faith we have wrought,
When we stand there together
And a crown or two bo brought.
Hut what are crowns to the love
That spoke in sighs that June,
When you brought meyourflulennd played me
The sweetest of all love's tunes.
Weary of nil this year
That beareth the bitter fruit;
Weary of everything now,
I weep at the sound of a flute.
Oh! lethal and livid flowers,
Flame over my love, long dead ;
It not the black sepulchcr darkness;
Creep over his beautiful head.
To the splendid grave they have made him,
Where the tropical drowsiness floats,
Where a bird In the plumage of Kros
Is tolling his funeral notes.
I will come, sometime, with the shadows;
I will hush the wild notes of the bird;
And then, In the listening silence,
The voice of my heart shall be heard.
SIINNIE StVinXE SIIM.EK.
EEC0ED OF EE0ENT EVENTS
Full details of the second battle be
tween Admiral Kodgers' fleet and the
Coreans, together with n list of ofllcers
engaged, have been received. It seems
that COO Americans defeated 0,000 bar
barians. The Xavy Department is in
filf At f . . .
WMMinf -r llurtn tnlina fnAm tin A lm tM 1
.......a ..UUi uuniiii,
Wlitcii win ue given lO Hie public BOOH,
Latest Anirlo-Cliineso riewsnanors
contain the startling rumor that the
Colorado and another man-of-war had
run aground, and were captured by
Coreans, and all on board massacred,
with tlie exception of Minister Low,
who has retained as hostage. There Is
no confirmation of this alarming intclli
genoe from ollicial sources.
feiHJcial correspondents describe the
. t 1 1. . . i t.,,i. . i
unairuu me inn as u uniiiuin, victory,
More than 4S0 guns were destroyed, and
?j 1 ... l ...1.11 a. i . 1 twi t
"" 'T.. " T.r . ' wa
ans were killed and drowned.
It Is said that Russia is making mill
itary preparations. Prussia is also arm
ing. It Is believed these preparations
are indicative of hostilities between the
A Tunis correspondent of July 21st,
says there will probably be war between
Egypt and Turkey, and the personal
relations of the Khedive and Sultan arc
far from being friendly. Some time ago
a revolt occurred at a village in Arabia
near the Red Sea, and to suppress it 20,
000 troops were dispatched there by
onlpr of thf Stiltau. The troors remain
and tl yiceroy 0r Egypt, dreading the
1 steps which may expose his willingness
; to accent the Eaunlct thus thrown down
, b TurkeJ.. TliefaurmiseisthatTurkcy,
firing to nt the encroachments of
luisaiu in me ji-isi, wisncs 10 oner me
Emplreof Germany free transit through
Egyp'i which a war might be likely to
secure in return for the aid Germany
miclit civc Turkey in the Indies.
Horace Greeley announces that he
prefers some other candidate for the
Presidency than General Grant, but
Mill support Mill ratlier tUanaJJcrao-
Unparalled Inducements to Clubs!
The New Northwest,
a Jot'K.VAt. ron Tin: people.
DEVOTED TO THE INTETESTS OF HUMANITY.
Our Iutensely Interesting Serial Slory,
A Plain Story or n Plain noiuau,"
Is now being published from week to week, nnd
Is attracting universal attention. A limited
supply of back numbers yet on hand.
Arrangements have been made to secure the
Services of n
COMPETENT CORPS OF WRITERS
upon any and all subjects of Public Interest.
Tho JJkw JfoitTUWEST Is not a Woman's
Itlghts, but a Human Rights organ, devoted
to whatever policy may bo necessary to secure
tho greatest good to the greatest number. It
knows no sex, no polltIcs,no religion, no party,
no color, no creed. Its foundation Is fastened
upon the rock of Eternal Liberty, Universal
Emancipation and Untrammeled Progression.
OUR PREMIUM LIST.
As an Inducement lor our friends to make
exertions to cure large clubs for the Xew
KOKTUWEsr, wo offer the following lis; of val
For twenty subscribers, at $3 00 each, accom
panied by the cash, we will give the HOSIU
SHUTTLE SEWIXG MACHINE, without ta
ble, beautifully ornamented. Price, $3X
For Uilrty-flvo subscribers, at $J Cu each, ae-
companlcd bythecasu.we will give a HOME
SHUTTLE SEWING SIACHINE, with Black
Walnut table, bronzed and nicely finished.
For forty subscribers, at $3 00 each, accom
panied by thocash.wc will gl veaHOSIESHUT-
TLE SEW1NO SIACHINE, finished In extra
style, with Black Walnut table aud cover.
The above Sewing Machines, which arcwar-
ranieu nni-ciass in every particular, can be
seen at the oftlco of Geo. W.Traver, 112 Front
For fifty subscribers, at S3 00 each, accom
panied by the cash, wo will give a SIASON
H.VSILIN POItTABLE OUGAN, four octave,
single reed, with black walnut case, automaUc
bellows swell, two blow pedals, Improved cen
ter pressure reed valves, etc. Price, S-'iO.
For seventy-five subscribers, at $3 00 each, ac
companied oy the cash, a double reed SIASON
A HASILIN OUGAN ; resembles the first ex
cept that It has also a kneo stop. Price. S73.
tor seventy-flvo subscribers, at $3 00 each.
accompanied by the cash and twenty-five
dollars additional, wo will give a SIASON &
it HIT T v- nn.
vnu.i., oi FIVE OCTAVEi, OXE
STOI', SELK-AnJU-STINO HEED VALVES, IM-
1-KOVED 1IELLOWS, TUEMCL.UST AXD KXEE-
swkli. Price. 3100. "
For one hundred subscribers, at S3 00 each.
and twenty dollars additional, we will give a
.MA.,u & HASILIN OUGAN, VIVE OCTAVES,
FIVE STOIH, TWO SETS OF IIIIIKATOES TllltOCOlt-
OUT, IKl-UOVED OUADUATED SELF-AIUUKTINll
1IEHD VALVES, IMl-liO VED lirXLOWS.TUEM CLANT
AXD KNEE-SWELLS. VIOLA, DIAPASON.
itr i rati in v w . . .
ri.uii., incjiuia.M. inee.SUii.
Those who dedre to work for t!iec premiums
v I can send the names and money as fat as re
ceived. Tlic subscribers will be placed to their
credit, and If enough names nre not received
during the year to procure the premium de
sired lliey can chooea IeNerprfmIum, or they
wtn be entitled to recelvo twenty-five percent,
In cosh of the amount remitted for their labor,
OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST.
As Tit New Noimi west has already proved
aimpularsuecos, we are decided that it shall
also prove nTttii-jini.
To enable our friends who may decide to can
vass for our iKiper lo leiietlt both themselves
and us by Increasing ourSubkcriptlnn Lists, we
proposo to give the following additional Pre
miums ts canvassers :
Any subscriber who Is In arrears for the New
NoHTHWEST.who will send us his or her own
subscription fee, and one now subscrilicr, ac
companied by the cash $c 00 wo will give :
A pair I"iirian Slarble Vases;
Or u Bohemian Glass Vase;
Or a Bohemian Glass Card Itcccli er;
Or )4 dozen Ivory Napkin Kings;
Or dozen Plated Ten Spoons;
Or 1 pair Alexandre's Kid Gloves;
Or a spangled Lady's Kan, leathered edge;
Or a Bird Cago;
Or an Album for holding luO pictures;
Or an Album (extra) for holding 10 pictures;
Or a Fancy Letter Case;
Or a box Toilet Articles. Including soap,
cnaiK, periuincry, etc.;
Ora Britannia Tea Pot;
Or a Kerosene Lamp;
Or J4 dozen Glass Goblets;
Or J4 dozen Glass Tumblers;
Ora large Glass Fruit Dish;
Ora Work Basket;
Ora Fine Embroidered Handkerchief;
Or J4 dozen Linen Handkerchiefs; .
Or a Woolen Table Cover;
Or dozen Table Napkins;
Or V dozen Towels;
Or an elegant Portmonlo.
Any subscriber who Is In arrears for a year's
I """tll'IIUU. UUU WHO W
subscription, and who will send his or her own
subscription foe, and two new subscribers, ue-
companled by the cash-making $9 lu-we will
A set of Rogers' Table Fork, triple plated, on
white metal, warranted;
Or a set of Hogerh'TabloSpoon", triple plated
on white metal, warranted;
Or a set of Sogers' Tea Spoon-, triple plated
on white metal, warranted;
Or dozen Ilogers' ,t Kussell's Table Knives,
best quality, warranted;
Ora handsomo Bird Cage.
Any person In arrears for subscription to The
LuWrln.I(1I. T 'd thm. mMrllwHh.
i ... '
companled by the cash, making ill u, we will
a Handsome .Marseilles quilt
Ora handsome Woolen Quilt, red and while
or blue and white;
Ora pair of Table Cloths;
Or two pairs ofNottlngham Lace Curtains;
Or three pairs Alexandre's KM Gloves, any
color or size:
Ora Japanese Inlaid Work Box; .
Or 18 yards best yd. wldeSheetlngv
For seven subcrlbers nt $3 00 each, amount
ing to Set 0), wc will send :
An extra Castor, triple plated, on white meta!
valued at $9 CO;
Or a Lady's Writing Desk, of equal value;
Or a Cabinet, Japanese Inlaid;
Or an Extra Japanese Inlaid Work Box.
These articles aro all valuable, and are war
ranted to be Just as wo represent them. Per
sons living In this city or who can visit us can
receive these articles from our own hands at an
hour's noUee; or If not convenient to visit us,
we will send the articles by express to any ad
dress. No order of this kind will receive attcntlcn
nniesj the cash accompanies it,
I Unn mn...... ,n T t m T . . I. ....
rsu. ,it imiuiim IJIUI'11 UlsT CUS'
tomary rates of currency, or send drart if pre
ferred. AH orders promptly nttended to.
We sincerely hope that this unparalleled
oner, which is a new feature In the newspaper
business In Oregon, will meet with a hearty re
sponse from the many friends of our paper,
who up to this time, have seemed to fall to real
ize that The New NoimtWKST cannot bo run
without money. Now Is the time to make up
clubs. Begin before somo other person gets
the start of you. Sec what you can do for your-
I sell, the Public and The New Northwest.
Boot and Shoe Manufactory!
Tho Only MnnHfactory
ADIES' AND GENTS' FINE SHOES
Un the Northern Const !
gHOES OF EVERY CLASS
Made to Order on Short Notice,
Wholesale and Retail.
TXTZTW STYLES !
ARE BEIKC MADE DAILY.
PACIFIC BOOT AXD SI10E HOUSE,
I'rotzmnii, Clllllian A Co.,
Corner First and Morrison Sts., Portland.
The Box-Toed Oxfords and Gaiters,
The easiest fitting SummcrShoo made.
August 4, 1871. lul
GO TO HENDEE'S GALLERY
T70U KESIBHANTS, PHOTOGAPHS, SUN-
A. rearis, uie-size ncmres, auu
I'lctnren of Every Grade,
Children's and Ladles' Pictures taken cheer
fully and satisfaction guaranteed. Prices mod
crate. In 12
int. j. it. t'.n:inn:i,i,
Xe ii tit-it. .
Destai. Rooms No. hU First St., Portland.
B3Tlie Lite and Improved Styles of work at
Reduced Rales. Nltnuis Oxide Gas for the
painless extraction of teeth. Ink!
CLARKE, HENDERSON & COOK,
Wholesale and Retail Dualers In
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Ladles' and Cent's Furnishing Goous, Ac, ir.,
Cor. First and Washington streets,
l'ortlnnd. OrcKfin. lnUl
SHADE & CO.
RE8PECTFULLY INhX)RSI THE PUBUC
that they have established a
PIONEER DYEING AND SCOURING BUSINESS
In this city, and are prepared to receive orders
for Dyeing and Cleaning Iiidles' Dresses,
Cloaki and Mantles. Also, Damask Curtains
and Gents' Clothing. Work done In the best
style and Warranted. Kid t.loves neatly
Cleansed. Please give us a call nt our Dyclnz
Establishment. First St., between Oak and
Ash, opposite the Oregon Baker".
JUlyU, ISiL Villi.' S11A1JK x w.
BOARD AND LODGING.
L.VDY HAS OPENED A
BOARDING AND LODGING HOUSE
For Mechanic mul L-ilH)rIn; Stun, on Salmon
si reel, bet ween Front and First. She rcscct-
fuliy solicits a snare oi i-uuue l'uirouage.
On Tliix-a Sti-eet,
Between Morrison ami Yuiiiliill,
AT JOHN WILSON'S
CAN BE HAD:
uuirr nnnni-Plain. Check and Striped
sHinsooK, rxm rmisiieu wmium.
Bishop Liwn, Victoria Lawn, Swiss
SIulI, Hair, Cord nml Checks, Twiiieu
lng Lioin, reque, cic.
MnBCrTC In U-nlfn n ri,l flnn Tlie Itisst
assortment ever ollered In this Slar-
kct all sizes nnd prices.
H OS I ER Y English, French ami German. In
Sllsses and Children: Gents' and
Boy's Hose and Underwear, etc.
I lurM C.imbrlc Handkerchiefs. Plain,
Hemmed nnd Hcm-titeheil, Boys' and
Cents' Hemmed. Children's Linen
Braided Suits, Dress Linen, Table
tti rv nrjece i!ll American Gros
Grain," "warranted not to crack or
change color.undcrthe severest usage,
QtiunDIFS Fans. Parasols (silk and nl
iica). White Zephyr Knit Shawls,
l-adl-s' lMper Collars (a prUP In each
lwixl. Ijice Collars. Rubber Cloth. Silk
Buttons. TTtmmlneand Sash ltlbbons.
Velvet lUbbons, IJsIe Thread Gloves,
NEW GOODS Opened every week. n!2
DELLINGER Sc CO.
Washington St., bet. second and Third,
rE SfAN UKACTl J B.E iAN
. 1t . J
A SO. 1 ARTICLE r
And alt klndsof P.try usually found In a First
flnc It ilfnM-
BIT Goods delivered to any part of the citv
THE UNK WEED REMEDY,
Oregon Rheumatic Cure.
rilHIS HRSIEDY IS COSIPOSED OF THE
I Active principle or the Unk Weed, Eng.
i-hncniiim irnrd.-itnmOrlelnls.lJit. Indigenous
to Oregon. Grows most abundantly and per
fectly in wnsningion coumy.
It contains an Active and Volatile Principle,
extracted by Ether, ana a outer jonic itiii-
MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USES:
it Is ihe most sure and sneedv cure for
Rheumatism, Ilheumntle Gout and Kheiimatlc
Palnsofall kinds tliatwaseverintrrMiiiceii into
the .Materia Sledlca. The UNK WEED ItESI
KDY. as-prepared by us. In consequence of the
existing oilier principle, possesses uic necv-s-sary
virtue of being a
Promollng tho Appetite and Invigorating the
while Digestive Annurutus. thus building un
and strengthening the system, while at the
same time lite volatile principle, neing ab
sorbed iu the blood, acts specifically on the
lilieuiiiiiiiu x uiauu, iL-niutiiig iiuiu lilt; circu
lation and system.
There arc few remedies known to the Sfedlcal
Profession which will remove tho Kheumatlc
Poison from the blood, but whose action Is so
nowcrful In depressing the svstem of the al
ready enfeebled Ilhcuuintlc patient, that their
ue lias 10 lie nuaiuioncii oeiore specine ellects
arc obtainable, and hence the want of success
In treating this prevalent and conseuneiitly
herctoforc incuniblc iliscasc. I'nlikc thce
medicines, already known, the UNK WEED
ItESIEIVY.nlthoush producing as active and as
powerful effects on tho blood and system In re
moving me nucumaiic l'oison. aisii poxscssi'k a
strong Tonic and Itccupcnitlng Element which
admits of Its continued use even by the most
delicate and debilitated. Thus we have the
combination lor the first time of these two
necessary elements In one remedy, which ac
counts lor lis superiornnunevcr-iiiiiiiigcurutlvc
effects In Bhcumali.om, Uheuiuatlc Gout and
Illieumatlc Iltlnsofall KlmN.
N. 1L The UNK WEED KESIEDY is nartle-
ularlv APPIJCABLE TO I.vniE8. Iu consc-
lucuceoi lis ionic venalities.
Wo are aware of the fact that It Is cenenillv
an easy matter to procure certificates attesting
thcctlicacvof Datum remedies from n certain
class of those who use them. Wc have selected
the following because tlie names attached to
them are those of men of the most careful and
serumiloiK character, and because the lanre
class of their acquaintances In Oregon will not.
ror a moment, accuse or suspeei inem or any
exaggeration In the statements they may
Certificate from the Deputy Jailor of Mult
nomah Couuty Jail:
City Jail, Portland, Oregon, 1
June 7. 1S71. (
Dr. A. Sf. Lorvea i Co.: I was attacked with
a severe case of rheumatism. It was- In ny
thighs, hips, fingers, shoulder blade Indeed In
nil the Joints of my body I suffered great pain
anu nnguisn. i wis auemieu oy a regular pny
slelan. but with no effect. I was Induced to trv
yourUnk Weed Remedy, and it Immediately
cureii me up. i consiucr 11, imm my cxpe
rience, the best remetly forrheumatlsm known
.i.i- itriu i. l i iirsi-iii.uenuiv Jailor.
Tills s to certify that the aliove statement Is
correct lo my own Knowieuge.
JUiu i'. waiiij, Jailor.
Alta California Book and Job Print Ing Office,")
San Francisco, June 1, 1S71. J
I)r. A. SI. Loryca t Co.: For several years
have lieen subieet to rheuinullsm In mv rffrht
arm and shoulder, rendering me unable to
work. On a recurrence of the attack, some
time since, I was Induced tn try your "link
Weed Kemedv." and the result was a ncrfect
cure In a few days. I look only two-thirds of
tne contents oi ono uonie. Jiy arm uelier l.-
that the "ITnt" Is a certain cure forrheuma
tlsm Iu all Its forms, nnd I would heartilv rec
ommend all ntlllcted with that dreadful dis
ease to try your "itemedy" nnd bo cured.
Certificate of A. It, Shipley. Eso.. special con
tributor to the "Willamette Farmer," and Sec
retary oi me uregon orncuuurui society:
Oswego. Oregon. March IN. 1S7I.
Dr. A. Sf. Iiryea: Some tour weeks ago I was
entirely prostrated wnu riicumallsm: in fact
was almost helpless. I sent tovou for one 10-
ouncc Ixittle of the "Unk Weed Kcmedy, by
me use oi which i cxpencnccu ainiosi imme
diate relief, and by the time tho bottle '.fas
gone the rheumatism was gone. From mv
own experience, and trom what I havo bean!
others say who have used the Unk Weed, I
ooiieve it 10 oeartniiincurerorriieumatism.
Yours resixx-tfully, A. It. SHIPIJ3Y.
Certificate from Hon. A. J. Dufur. ex-Prcsl-
dent of the tlregon State Agricultural Society
and author of "Statistics ofOregou:"
tot Portland, April 1, 1S71.
Dr. A. SI. In-ea A Co.: I was afflicted with a
severe attack of chronic rheumatism; was con
tlned to my bed most of the time from January
to July, when I used tho Unk Weed and It
cured me up. A. J. DUFCB.
r- tlrt 1 w.., T ..... Tt.-l.n ,1,a M1..t.nA.1
stockrrowcr and "King of the Oregon Turf:"
S.iuvle's Inland, January 11, 1S71.
To Dr. A. 31. LriryeaACo.: TliUlstoacknowI-
edgo the efficacy of your"tTnk Weed Itemedy,
or Oregon Kheumatlc Cure." I was afflicted
Tor montlis witu a very serious nttacc of In
flammatory rheumatism, nnd tried nearly all
of the so-called rheumatic remedies without
any relief perceivable. I then tried your
Kemeuy, anu us uso resulted in me most nanny
effects n perfect cure. Truly yours.
Certificate from tho well-known merchant.
O. W. Weaver, Esq.:
Tlie Dalles, Sray 25, 1S7I.
Dr. A. 31. Loryca Co.: I have used the "link
Weed Itemedy,'" and can cheerfully recom
mend It to persons afflicted with Inflammatory
rheumatism. It cured me of that disease. Sly
l,an,lu Ifptctu 1 .1 1-1 mi ln.lM.1 ..II M ..
liiiliM-, ..-, ....n.L. I1UVVU. U
were swollen iiiiu very painiui.
U. W. WJiAVKi:.
Certincnte from Hon. Nat- H. Tine. Pilot
Commissioner of Oregon, and a member of the
Ulty uouncll ot East l'ortland:
East l'ortland. April 19. 1871.
Dr. A. SI. Loryca i Co.: I have lieen aflllrtml
for several years past with "weakness In the
back." anil wandering rheumatic n.ilns. ns
companled by severe constipation, llv the use
of ne bottle of vour "Unk Weed Itemedy, or
vr.,"i. I..1V-.III...III- v mi, 4 ii;ie ueen ennrei
n-nt.-si.-u. unu i ciiwriuiiy recommenu 11 as a
most, vaiuauie anu ciiectivo remedv.
NAT. H. L.VNE.
Pertlficnto f mm linn ntjlfwnn Tll.lafta
member of the City council of East Portland:
East Portland. April 1. 1S7L
Dr. .V. SI. Lorvea A Co. TSnnls- Thi u m in.
form you that I have used your"Unk Weed"
ior neuralgia anu rneumatic pains, and found
relief from the use of onlv one Imitle. nn,i
recommend it to those In need of such arem-
cuy. lours, UlUKOA TIUI1ETTS.
Certificate from Ifnn. E. L Onlml.i- n-r.
County Commissioner of Multnomah county.
1-Llst 1'nrllnnil-Anrl! 1 1CT1
Dr. .V. SI. Lorvea i Rn.: Ihnrnnusl tlio"liAl-
Wccd Hcmeily," and am satisfied it is a valua
ble medicine. It regulates nnd Invigorates the
system. This Is my experience with the ltem-
cuy. iTUiy yours, ji. u. IIUI3IIJY.
Certificate from tho celebrated
Prof. Otto Vlcuxtcmps:
Oregon Sluslcal Institute.
Dr. A. SI Iyirrca it Co.: I was nllarL-isI with
severe Inflammatory rheumatism, suffering
Kn-iii I'uiu, unu Has hi jirosiraieu mat i was
uuable to tend to mv business. I usnl nn hni.
tie of your "Unk Weed Remedy, or Oregon
Illieumatlc Cure," and was cnllrelv cured by
It alone. OTTO VIEUXTESIPS.
PUT UP IXTEX-OUXCE BOTTLES,
One Dollar nuil Flftx Cents per Bottle.
PREPARED AT THE
OREGON MEDICAL IAB0RAT0EY,
DK. LORYEA CO
E..ST PORTLAND, OREGON.
BTon Sale by am. Dp.ucoist"..
Stitzel & uptoN
REAL ESTATE BROKERS!
COUNF.P. FRONT AND WASHINOTON STS.,
Ajcnts for the Sale of Lots and Blocks in
rno OUIt PATRONS AND THE PUUHIC
X ueneraiiv uesinng lo miiKe rt.rr. aini.ue.-I.IA1HJ-:
INVKSTSll-JTS IN REAL PROP
EltTV. we leave at this tlmo to call vour
attention to this Desirable Tract, which has
been subdivided into Blocks and Lots, and )
now In the market, to be sold In Alternate Lots
No one has ever visited this body of land but
what will say that It Is the most eligible for
Suburban Residences of any offered In tills
market, the land having a gradual slope from
the river back to Seventeenth St., there being -scarcely
any Illock In the entire tract but what a
Fair View of the City of Portland and the Wil
lamette river can bo had.
Another advantage this property win imvo
for resiliences: No high water will cverHfftet
tlie drainage of t lie city. -,
THE O. t C. R. R. CO'S NEW FERRYBOAT
Ik now making regular trips from the foot of i
F st.. Couch's Addition, to the foot of Orotun
St, Holladay's Addition.
IMPROVEMENTS TO BE MADE:
Aside from gigantic Improvements now In
contemplation by tin- Railroad Company, in
the construction of Wharves, Warehouses ami
Machine snops, quite a numoer ot citizens win
commence erecting Fine Residences and Ilus-
Incss Houses. Also, street improvements, uu-
Avcnuoits entire length, to connect with tho
sandy road. Wc can say thatnt least Half a
.Minion Dollars win iec.penueu in permanent
improvements on litis Amnion tne presenL
remit or naie:
Forty Per cent. cash down: deferred pay
ments, six and twelve mouths, with interest at
the rate often percent, per annum.
NO QUESTION AS TO TITLE!
Offer for sale a large amount of IORTLANl
and EAST I'ORTUVND RESIDBNCK and
UUNIKSK rilUl'Kltl .
Iartles wishing to purchase farms or binds
will be conveyed to them aud shown the. -mine
free of charge and at all times to suit tlw
convenience of our patrons.
A targe amount ol choice FARSIING LANDS,
for sale shunted In Multnomah, WashtMon,
Yamhill, Polk, Kenton. Line, Starimi, Chtek
amas. and other counties of this State. For
PRICE LIST call at our office.
Eighty Acre Lot for sale.adJolnlngHoHadnVs
Addition on the east. Apply to Stltiel'S
Five and Ten Acre Lots for sale, adjoining,
East Portland, on reasonable terms. Apply to
Stitzel st Upton.
Five and Twenty Acre Lot for sale on the
SIcAdamlzed road three miles south of thty
city limits. Apply to Stitzel A Upton.
FARMS TO RENT.
We have a number of Improved Farms, situ
ated In Washington county, from fourteen to
twenty miles of Porland.
At this office, Immediately, from Twoto
Three Hundred Dwelling Houses, situated in
l'ortland and East Portland. Tensnts waltlmr
patiently. nl STITZEL A tlPTONi"
Importernnd Wholesale Dealer in .
3D DErL "3T GrOOD S,
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
Hats and Giots Furnishing Goons,
I.ndles nml Sllsses
TRISISISIED AND UNTRISISIKD HATS AND
Frames, Dralds, GonI, Ornaments, Flowers
Dress Goods, White Goods, Yankee' No
Ladies' Cloaks, CloaK Trirfvf
AGHNT OF THE ELLENDALE
.1 Full Stock of Blanket, Yarn?, ,-Bf(r
rcr, iweciis-ana Uannimerps
Constantly on . ,
.. ... ;
LATEST STTI.ES BY EVERY .STKASIER.
Just returned: frosi ran f.ran
clco with a large and Splendid Stock or '
SUCH AS ' "
SILKS, WORSTED GOODS, GRENADINES,' 7
Japanese Silks, Poplins, Alpacas, Lawns,
ALirgeand Beautiful Assortment of
MILLINERY GOODS, RIBBONS',
Fine Laces, Etc.,
Of every variety and description. ; I
Straw Goods, Parasols and Kid Gloves
01 the host quality. ,
JEWELRY, FANCY GOODS, ETC.,,,
On hand and made to order., . i si
CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' CLOTHES
Of all descriptions. "
Cull nnd Exnialne the Stock-
r f -
Goods Solil to Suil rtc Times.
97 First street, rortlarid.
tee CONST VNTIA RiCCiWlir NsW
by every steamer.