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The following persons are duly authorized to
act a Agents tor tne N ev Noirrtt wkst : 1 1
U. B. Blood
11. II. WWS
Ir. J. Walt
A. X. Arnold....
- it ur.11u.51.1t1 eituill
;. W. I jiwson. ..
M. 1. Owen
Mrs. J. -iMVOre JMinWASUOregori i City
Thos. l'arsous Mllwaukle
It. lvnl and Tiie jaiies
J. T. Scott, Eaq ...Forest Omve
I. P. Phtet .Ran Francisco
Mrs. I .aura I e Force Gordon .CiiUroniIn
Other parties desiring to aot as Agents will
please forward their names. YVe want Agents
at every postomcc tlirouehout Oregon and
Railroad A(-cinF.XT. Friday after
noon, tin; 221 Inst, says the Salem
Statctmtm, when the up freight train
was near Jefferson, an accident occurred
whloh tiiiset two platform cars and
threw Ave others off the rails and caused
roiishlemhle detention, also detalnin"
the evening mail train, which came af-
tcrwHrrt?, for a short while. The cause
of Uiis was that a bovine was leisurely
iking beside, and probably partly on
(track-, and not-considering the iron
8 ,P jtl,lro1withocret of
species, he merely beilowedas tiie
.er scrWmod,' so tlifl' the driving'
ete took charge of hinuandPlianded'
n in under tiie tender.
CoNPBjsajflN of Kaitil Acoiiy of the
.'oitferpu , of Unitarian Christian
litlt" Ims been sent lis by ltev." T. L
Iliott. To it is added the Churclt'Cov
uuit in use here at the Communion Ta-,
e. It is brief but comprehensive, and
lose wlio wish to obtain the views of
VnltarifuiChursh infajiutjshcdl -51111
o Uy. consulting it By"the-n-ay, Mr.
Iliott, however much many may differ
oni Liin in his views of religious mnt
rs, is a sincere Christian and upright,
10ml man, and, we are glad to add, a firm
elievur in the emial rights of all. We
State Faik Licenser. EL M. Vailo,
ecrotrtry'of llie. Oregon RUte Fair-Ag-icultural
S,99iqtyj pubjiphes the follow
.ig notice in the last number of the 117
imetle Fhrmcr: The impre? sion K-enis
prevail .Unit tho Oregon , Quite Agri
ultural Society, in adojiting the rule re
uiringlhe licenses in advance tilt's year,
iifluded the sale of hay, grain, meat,
lour and fuel. There has never been a
ieense reniiiif(jrjhaalc of these str
ides, heiftetne'Boarll flfought it of no
ise to atcdpf tllt'm' in the Tulc adopted,
.lie articles above named can be solcf at
my thffe MthoUf'ltensc.'
OrtAn TroirLATr ILvll txi) Rir.vD
xq, Jtooit The enterprises temper-
uwe men of Portland, sajs the 7ooti
Trmplar, are taking the initiatory steps
owanls building' a Good Templar Hall.
Articles of incorporation, we learn, are
already filed. Capital stock $20,000.
rhis will cstablish.tha Order .on. a firm
and lasting basfs'Irl bPortlanl aihl :lve
greater pdrrnanency to the institution
throughout the State. Success to the
CoitNELius. A new railroad town
bearing the foregoing title, named in
honor of Col. T. 11. Cornelius of "Wash
ington county, lias been duly platted,
mapped and recorded. Lots are being
sold at good prices, and a number of
buildings will be erected this fall. It is
situated twenty-three miles from Port
land, nnd will be until next year the tcr
minas oTThcTJrcgon Central Railroad.
Linn County Fair. The Linn county
Fair commenced last Tuesday. The An
nual Address was delivered by "Brick"
Lntojr a qgo u n tsj f ronigt 1 1 oLI nn County
Fair represent it as a great sueees. Mr.
I'omeroy fitillng to be present the an
nual addreifci was delivered by Mr. J.
Chinaman Shot. U. S. Marshal
Young a few nights ago shot a Cllinn
man on Alder street Mr. Young was
endeavoring to release a China woman
wImjJkuI Itepn abductcsdj when thehi
nsm'an drew a revolver.'and Mr. Young
immediately shot him, causing instant
School CMiilohen in Op.eoox. Tiie
County School Superintendents in Ore
gon' return the number of seliool chil
dren (CUrry "county excepted as being
St ,055. Quite an army of little men and
.800 .TUf "V,
Anki'AL Ainntisss. The Annual Ad
dress at the Oregon State Fair will be
deilvjarjad by.; Qpl. .David; Taggart; Pay
master V. S. A., who has jut returned
from a visit to the Eastern States.
M1!nin RrsPRxSioN. Scarcity of wa
ter has compiled the su-.iension of min
ing in Canyon City and neighboring
camps thlff seflfeon', except Avhcre" 'tiie
ditches furnish rtrteri
FitKK Fbiiuy. Mr. Barney Trainor
has established a free ferry between
line street in tills city, and J street,
East Portland. It is already doing a
Lively Navuiatiox. the Mountain
permys the O. S. X. Co's steamers on
the flolumbinure'dolng a'splendid'busi
nos this .season carrying full freights
up nml down.
CAPIS FOI'LWKATIIKIt LlOllTIIOCMi.
Two veMiels have arrived at Yaquina
from Sun Francisco with materials for
the new lighthouseat Cape Fotilweather.
PiiOP.ViUjrsiriitt.Thfsgciiius is now
in our city. He gave one of his iuimit-
AVast a Flour Mill. Tiie farmers
of John Day valley are anxious for u
flour mill. They oner $3,000 bonus for
the erection of one in that valley.
free thinker, has been leb:iting at Eu
gene City with Rev. Mr. Hammond, of
the M. E. Church.
Gone East. .Senator Corbclt started
during the week for the Eastern States,
.tobftiPrefrenUat thecusumgsession of
Sciioott'iiii.lilfiR'.iijn' the Ivalatna
school district there are sixty-two chil
dren of the ages embraced in the enum
eration. Goon Templars. It is ofllcialiy re
ported that the number of Good Tem
plars in tills State is about three thous
Neyv Office. Capt A. P. Ankeny
has contracted to build a new ofilce for
tbe Jjullfttt, oti.Pht and Ouly treuts.
Assistant Editor. Mr. Chas. W.
Crocker has been engaged as assistant
etlitor on the Bulletin.
A "Woman's Experiments in Panning .
The following extracts from the letter
of a correspondent tells its own story:
1 win leu you what 1 tiui at farming
a few years ago. I took my hoe, and af
ter taking out potatoes I drilled in
wheat Next spring I took out the
weeds, sowed ashes, salt and plaster on
the wheat; when ripe, cut it with a large
knife could not get any sickle took it
in my kitchen, beat it out, cleaned it by
winnowing with a tin pan. I had five
bushels of clean wheat
"That was miite sufficient fo supply
me witii bread lor one year. My fowls
running free, destroyed full one bu-diel.
I graft my orchard, and set iny raspber
ries, strawberries, etc., and make my
own garden every year.
Hon has been one great object in niyi-.
thus working in tho opuu air. and ,t was
jold ytsfcrttay, by my pooV, liard-Wdrk-1
worth inyiglit l ld. because T"l
could do so much work.
"l'oor woman and wife, toiling for a
Roman Catholic huband, as uimppre
ciative, as husbands mostly are, of wom
an's enduring love, and untiring efforts
to L-.u.i. l.m.i.. ,...,,.r..w.,i.i.. 1
U " es,-nny .working 111 tliccartluiud in
the sunlight lias worked a wonderfull
i.iiiu, iu , Mini iiiu, uumt-a
having a strange power over my men
tality. Often when my heart seemed
ready to burt with domestic sorrows,
working among my (lowers and garden
plants caused the terrible weight to
gradually wear away: and by this, a
positive determination to renovate bodv 1
and mind, I am a wonder ofiiood health
and tolcrablo cheerful ness, at the age of
sixty-six. I do more physical lalwr
than most young women can perform,
besides reading and writing at times.
" "I have not studied politics very se
riously, and yet have kept pretty well
posted on our suffrage question; but if
called upon to vote, I know bso little of
tlieprivate rpialifieationsof onr'cltizens,
generally, that I should not know who
would be deserving. I do know one
thing, and that is that the men arc
very lax in morals, and especially in
the temperance cause. Asleep, or very
dull in any reform work, the commun
ity appears where I live ; but abroad,
in all directions, the good seems pros
pering.' Jlerolulloii. ' '
People who think that "woman have
all the rights they want" woidd do well
to ponder the following extract from a
letter received to-day they are so com
monly received by us that we might
give similar quotations even week if
"I see by my receipt that my subscrip
tion to the )Voman,t Journal expires
with the IWtli of this mouth. My hus
band does not believe in the doctrine of
Woman Suffrage. JThereforeihe will
moflirive onlet Inv have any 'money'to
pay my subscription. o 1 nave 10 get
it the nest way I can. Tins is tne reason
why J Mind -only,onu. dollarnow. I
wiirtrv to send the rest before the year
How would hiisbands like to llnd
.themselves in such a position as this
woman occupies? oulil tliey say
tliev had "all the richts, they -, want,"
while the law made them absolutely de
pendent upon their wives for tho means
of subscribing to a weekly paper?
Tijikly. An exchange makes the
following timely observation: "If you
are sick, and your physician thinks you
require hydrate of clioloral, he may write
it (for short) ehlnr. hydr. The tlruggist,
unless particularly observant, may think
it means chloride of mureury, (corrosive
sublimate,), written for short also hyd.
cldor.; and a funeral may follow. So
much for a miserable, doubly dead lan
gaugcj'a careless doctortind a stupid pre-
A case in noint is reconled by (he Lou
isville Lcdfjcr: A Brooklyn physician
adv, and wrote the prescription cldor.
hydr. The druggist interpreted his hog
latin to mean adoridium hydrargyri
corrosive sublime and (lip voungjady
iliSl Hie- death of a bdl'bug.TN'ow'whlen
of" the two guilty parties should be
hanged, the sawbones or pill-mangler?
If it were not asking too much weshbuld
ask for both.
It is sometimes saititthat 110 woman
! should be allowed to vote,.Uecauseinauy
Twomcn (16 iSot" wish lo tl6 soanda would
refuse to avail thoiusolves.jf the priv
ilege. Cpon this principle the mea of
Connecticut should lie immediately dis
"With a population of S7.1S0 and a
vole fif'v",00, DTartfont cast but' l,2ft-
ballots, all told, on (he question of
whether the citv slinnlil nnmnriuin 1 -
000,00 towanls building the new State
Houe onlereil bv the Connecticut Tai.
Uialure. The question here was one of
a'M.'u1t " everj- man, woman and
L .trr, l.V anayot nut one
tiiHl or tliossj w ho cotm. i,ut one itl tven-ty-eiclit
olnetts to tl. ..,.:4i..
Tlicsainciilienoincnoif tlit? rvaJk-r innv
notice in almost any ihianciul election
A ilisiuitcll fibni Wnsl.t
TFCptrStliTgiVcai Uic follov
"Tlic atlvocatcs of the right of women
to the eleotive franehlse In the District
of Columbia liavo looked forwanl to the
niectiiiR of tho Supreme Court of this
District In October with much intorhit-
as it was cxjK-ctetl that then the iiues
tiou of tho right of women to vote would j
be uetcrniineti, nut 11 now appears thatk,
the cases are iot.iii,a shape to determine f
full of technical difliculties ju the wav
of getting a decision upon the questions
which the case is intended to raise,"
It is a-erred that the needlewomen of
Xew York receive but ten cents apiece
for making Of "dusters."
the miestioiit-tney Yrere intended to 1)u.: "l',11;"'''" CITY "K-raiscjoThe-.O'onmiissIoncrs
of Elections , ii inl SVioVt reoVon abf;ik or Mon,,'.n
failEU To- iiu-ikc Tin3; defense,' and hence I K.MfioS'iSr famine,
judgment by default is entered ngaliiH "iP43??h ""l tnm "'c.i"li frcc.
tltem for such amount as a jury may de- HouS- 75 '"""S"1 valuables,
tcriniiie. Jnthlscondltion"'thb "cane Is, thomak Kfrrir r, ......
WSEEGEVINOTIGES: ' '
WILLIAM DAVIDSON "
Real 1 state Dealer
OrriCE-No. 64 Tront Street,
IT) F..VI. ESTATE IN TUB CITY AND KAS1
IV Portland, In the most desirable localities,
muslstiug of lots, Half 11 locks and 11 locks,
House and stokes.
Also, iMrnnvF.n Farjis and Valuable Un-
i-i.tiv.vtki l.AXiis, located in all part of the
State, for Nile.
Real Estate aiid other Property purchased
for Corresivondcnts, In this City and through
out the states and TKRurroiurj, with great
rare, mid on the most Advantao eocs Tekms
Hou.ies ami Stores Leased, Loans NEGO
TIATED and CLAIMS OK ALL IlESCTIIITtOSS
l'i:oMiTLYCof.i.TEii,and a Oexkkai. Finan
cial and AaKNev ltustxK&s Tk.vssacted. ,
Agents of UU Okjck iu.all tho Cities and
Towns In the Htatj) will recelvcdescri pilous of
Fabx Pltoi-KiiTYnnd forward the sauie to the
ahove address. .. , n2
Parrishf-"Atkinson J&" Woodward,
READ' ESTATE" AGENTS
(onier Alder nml l'roul S tree It.
HAVE PnOPKUTY FOIt SAU-: IN I"OUT
latnl and throughout Oregon generally.
ItentV Collected. ' 1 ' ' '
And everythlris that pertain tn ,c Ileal E
tate lluilneAS attended to with nioniptiicfcx.
ICGAL PAPERS WRItFeFaND ACKNOWLEDGED
Jr:i .VTIi IXSOX. Notarj- Public.
ill " TYIXIt woumiMItl).
No. SO Front St., American Kxrtinnge
CONTItACTOItS, Hotel Keepers. Farmers
CSirjenter and Ilulldcrs, Families, nnd In
tact all who require help of any kind, will And
It to their advantage to call and leave their ad
dress J. It. ivmiKiu:Li
P. s. I have also some (,'ood Farms and loin
for sale. n; J. R. V.
COBURN & McCABE,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS,
o WASHINGTON STltUET, UPSTAIIUS,
ork done at RK.MSONA11LK RATES, nl
Comer 1'iftli and Columbia .Street.
Wedneuday, September 13, 1871.
BANCROFT & MORSE,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
BOOKS AND STATIONERY,
PublLsIierb' and Manufacturers' Agents,
101 Flrot Street,
Xuxt door to the Potoflice,
I'OKTLAXI) . OltlUJOV
Keep conMantly oil Hand
BOOKS, JUYE.MLK BOOKS, !
And everything In the Rook Line. 1
Also, a Ijrce and Well Selected 8lock of
.BLANK 1100 Kw,
BUTI; PKNCItK, PKNS,
PKN-HOLDKRS, llfX)TTIN(l PAl'Klt
I1A.MF-S COPYINtJ HOOKS ASD PRKSSF-S
TRACING PAPF.R ANT! CIjOTIf,
1 1 rritol nOARii;
WKIIDINtJ AND SIOimXINO STATIONKRY, I
M'lSlTINO CVRIS, RIT11IIKRV 1
GOODS, INITIAL l'APER,
. INVOICE FILES,
vty Line, nnd, nt, prices that will
j "KflBiKD it y rm-itS5! f
1 ;S 1 -r-f- . .
. Give TJh n Cull I
bi.t.ft! - -TTV, r
Address all communications U
BANCROFT &. MORSE.
. , 101,Flrststreet,
Sept. 8,15:1 i9 ' l'ortland. On'gon.
I'letures, of Evrrv
...V.',.,Ldrf ?!!,..nJ"1. T-aJies' Mctures taken ci...
' 'enul',''n guaranteed. Prtees mod
"4NQWIS? THE TIME TOT SUBSCRIBE I
Unparalled Intocemenis 10 Clubs!
A'Xour'ual for (be 'People,
DV0TE0 TT0 ? THE'MIiTETESTS' OF 'HBMAMITY.
Our Intenstly Interesting Serial .Story,
.fiVjlUDITH ' R E 1 D ,
A Plalir Story or a Plain Wouiau,"
la now belne published from week to weet, and
U rittructlnc universal attention. A limited
supply ofliaclc numbers yet on hand.
Arrangements have been made to secure the
COMPETENT CORPS OF WRITERS
upon any and all subjects of Public Interest.
Tim Nkw NonriiWEST Is not a Voman
Uljlils, hat a Human Rlzhts orjaii, devoted
to whatever policy may be necessary to secure
the irreatest good to the greatest number. It
knows no sei.no polltlcs,no religion, no party,
no color, no creed. Its foundation I fastened
upon tho rock of Kternal Liberty, Universal
Emancipation and Untrammeled Pmgrelon.
As an inducement lor our friends to make
exertions to secure larse clubs for the New
NoimtWEST, wc olR-r the following list of val
uable premiums :
For twenty subscribers, at 53 m each, accom
panied by the cash, we will give the HOME
SHUTTLE BEWING MACHINE, without ta
ble, bcautirully ornamented. Price, $.10.
r'or thlrty-flve subscribers, nt $1 Ou each, ac
companied by the cash, we will give a HOME
SHUTTLE REWINO MACHINE, with Ulack
Walnut table, bronzed and nicely finished.
Kor forty subrlbers nt J.I 0) each, accom
panied by tho cash, wo will give a 110 MESHUT
TLE SEWINO MACHINE, finished In extra
style, with Illack AValnut table and cover.
The ulxtvc Sewing Machines, which are war
ranted first-class In every particular, can Ik?
seen nt the ofilce of Oeo. W.Traver, 111 Kront
Kor liny subscriliers, at i.1 0l each, accom
panied by the cash, we will give a MASON A
HAMLIN PORTAHLE OIK1AN, four octave,
slnglo reed, with black walnut case, automatic
bellows swell, two blow edal. Improved cen
ter pressure reed val ves, etc l"rlec, fro.
For seventy-rive sutwcril)ers, nt S3 m each, ac
coui)ianleI by the cash, a doublo reed M.VSON
Jt HAMLIN ORGAN ; resembles the first ex
cept that It has alo a knee stop. Price, JTi
For seventy-five subscribers, at S3 00 each,
accompanied by the cash and twenty-live
dollars additional, we will give a MASON A
HAMLIN ORGAN, or riVE octavks, one
stop. sKi.--Aiur.sTixn rkeii valves, im-
ritOVKn IIKI.IOWK. TltiaiDL.NT ASH KNEE-
swKi.i- Price, sion.
For one hundred subscribers, at J3 00 each,
nnd twenty dollars additional, we will give a
MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN, kive octaves,
KIVE STOI-S.TWO HM Or lirBIIATOKS TIIKOUGH
OUT, IXfltOVEn tlK-VDUATEK MKt.fs-AIUtMTKU
ANn K-SEK-SWEI.I.. VI0I, DIAPASON.
FLUTE, TREMULANT. Price, Slii
Those who desire to work for these premiums
can send the names and money as fast as re
ceived. The subscribers will be placed to their
credit, and if enough names are not received
during the year to procure the premium de
wlll bo entitled to receive twenty-five percent.
In cash of the amount remitted for their labor,
0URNEW PREMIUM: LIST.
As The New Xoctiiwest has afready proved
a popular success, we are decided that It shall
a!o prove aTiuoipit.
To enable our friends who may decide to can
vass for our paper to benerltboth themselves
and us by Increasing our Subscription Lists, we
propose to give the following additional Pre
miums to canvassers 1
Any subscriber who Is In arrears fur the Nkw
NoitTH west, who will send us his orhtrown
subscription fee, and one new subscriber, ac
companied ny the cash Jtf OO-we will gle:
A pair Iarinn Marble Vases;
Or a Rohemlaii Glass Vase;
Orn Ilohcmlan Glass Card Recehcr;
Or J4 dozen Ivory Napkin Rings;
Or dozen Plated Tea Sioons;
Or 1 pair Alexandre's Kid Gloves;
Or a spangled Lady's Fan, leathered edge;
Orn Illrd Cage;
I Or an Album for holding 100 pictures;'
j Ornn Album (extra) forholdlngriO pictures;
Or a Fancy Let tcr Case;
Or a Ihix Totlct Articles, Including soap,
! Ora IlrltnnnlnTea Pot;
J Or a Kerosene Lamp;
Or H dozen Glass Goblets;
Or dozen GlasxTumblers;
Orn large Glass Fruit DIMi;
Ora Work Basket;'
Orn Fine Embroidered Handkerchief;
Or dozen Linen Handkerchiefs;
Ora Woolen Table Cover;
Or dozen Table Naklu;
Or J4 dozen Towels;
Or an elegant Portmonla.
' Any subscriber who Is In arrears lorayeurM
I subscription, and who will send his or h pr own
I subscription fee, and two new subscribers, ac-
I compamod ny the cash making S9 00 we. will
i send :
j A set of Rogers' Table Forks, triple plated, on
' white metal, warranted;
i Or a set of Rogers'Table Spoons, t rlplc plated,
on white metal, warranted;
I Orn set of Rogers' Tea Sjioons, triple plated
on white metal, warranted;
I Or S dozen Rogers' Jt Russell's Table Knives,
' best quality, warranted;
1 Or a handsome Illrd Cage.
I Any person In arrears for subscript ion to The
I New NoimiWEST, who will send his or her
subscription fee and three new subscribers, ac-
companled by the cash, making 512 (U, we will
' send :
A handsome Marsalltes Quilt;
Ora hnndome Woolen Quilt, red nnd while
or blue and white;
Or a pair of Table Cloths;
1 Ortwo pairs of Nottingham Lice Curtains;
I Or three pairs Alexandre's ICId Gloves, any
i color or size:
i Or a Japanese Inlaid Work Rox;
Or IS yards ls?st yiL wide Sheeting.
I For seven subscriliers at J.100 each, nmniiut-
1 lug to 21 W, we will send :
I An extraCastor.trlpleplated, on while tiu-tn!
! Y-alued at 50 TO;
i Or n Iiuly's Writing Desk, of equal value;
! OraCablnct.Japancse Inlaid;
I Or nn Extra Japanese Inlaid YVork liox.
1 These articles are nil Y-aluablc, and arewar
1 ranleil to be Just as we represent them. Per-
sons living In this city or who can visit us can
I receive these articles from our ownjiands at an
I hour's notice; or If not convenient to visit us,
I we will send the articles by express toanyad
I No order of this kind will receive attention
unless the cash accompanies It.
Send money In Fostoflicc orders, at the cus
tomary rates of currency, or send draft If pre
ferred. All orders promptly attended to.
We sincerely hoc that this unparalleled
offer, which Is a new feature In the newspaper
business In Oregon, will meet with u hearty re
spouke from the many friends of our paper,
who up to this time have seemed to fall to real
ize that The New Noktiiwkst cannot be run
without money. Now Is the time to makeup
clubs. Ilegln before some other 'person gets
- ! of you.
'""'"i 01 you. Sec what you can do for your
self, the Public and Tub Nzw Northwest.
enAMictfCL.ir5r.,V..:i HiUnch, iL'iTHiwfsjT.,
Csan FnANctscu.-- r-1 Jroim..Ni,soox. " ,
M . GRAY,
Importer and Dealer in all kinds of
Sole Agent for the Pacific Const
STMNWAY'S AND OTHER FIRST-CLASS PIANOS,
The Bux'tlett " Ois:tms5
The Best in the World!
PIANOS AND ORGANS TO RENT
And rent applied to purchase.
ALL KINDS OP MUSICAL IXSTKUMF.XTS
Tuned nnd Itepnlred.
Every Instrument Fully Warranted
FOR FIVE YEARS.
Agents u I'.iery Tonu in the State.
Catalogue 'tinUi PrIc'e"iJstisent free on appli
cation to U. L. Del'KAXS,
Manager Gray's IJntnch Music Store,
121 First St., Portland, Oregon.
August 1, 1871. lull
Boot and Shoe Manufactory !
Tlio Only . Sriiiiufiiclor.v
LADIES' AND GENTS' FINE SHOES
Ou (he Northern Const !
gHOKS OF EVERY CLASS
Hade to Order on Short Notice,
Wholesale and Retail.
ARE BEIHQ MADE DAILY.
PACIFIC BOOT AND S110K HOl'SK,
I'rotzllinil, Glllllinu Y' '..
Corner Flrt nnd Morrison Sti., Portland.
The Box-Toed Oxfords and Gaiters,
The easiest nitlng Summer Shoe made.
August s, ls.71. lnl
SHADE & CO.
T KSPEfTFULLY INFORM THK PUI1LIC
XV that they have cstnbllheI a
PIONEER DYEING AND SCOURING BUSINESS
In this cltv.and are ureuareil to receive orders
for Dyeing nnd Cleaning Ladles' Dresses,
Cloaks and Mantles. Also, IVamask Curtains
and Gents' Clothinz. "Work done In the best
style and YVarranled. Kid Gloves neatly
Cleansed. Plesisecivo us a 111II at our Dicing
KstablUhinent, First St.. KM wee 11 Oak anil
Ash, opposite the Oreiron llakcrj .
July il.isn. vlnl2 SHADE i CO.
BOARD AND LODGING.
IADY HAS OPENED A
"boarding and lodcinc house
For Mechanics nnd Latmrlng Men, on Salmon
street, ix'twetn Front and I-Trst. Mie respect
fully solicits a share of lhihlic Palronnge.
"Firm jpjbco 3tlc.ox'y
DELLrNGER Ac; CO.
Washington St., bet. Second aud Third,
I-ORTIYND : OREGON
y F. MANUFACTURE AN
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; .ioaAJ-'VMKSffica H003ii
m -m 1 1 "1 r.w -
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. . w v i i ..,-.ti()i frAMn uVirrt' Ladien Collars (a prize in uach
fc m m -
-Oood. dallver Ujanx-partof ,1.. ltv
POUTIiVND VERTIEiLEKTS. 1
Stitzel & UPTON
REAL ESTATE BROKERS!
I CORNF.ll FRONT AND WASHINGTON KTS.,
Agents for tne Sale or Lois and Blocks In
rpO OUR PATRONS AND THK Pl'IlMC
X Generally desiring to mnke SAKE and RK
I.IAIU.K INVh-STMJsTS IN KKAI. PROP
ERTY, wo leg leave at this time to call your
attention to this Desirable Tract, which has
been subdivided Into lilocks and Lots, and is
now In the market, to be sold in Alternate Its
No 0110 has ever visited this body of land hut
what will say that It Is the most eligible for
Suburban Residences of any offered In this
market, the land having a gradual slope from
the river back to Seventeenth SL, there beintr
scarcely any Uloek In the entire tract hut what a
Fair View of the City or Portland and the Wil
lamette river can be had.
Another advantage this property will have
for residences : No high water will evcram-ct
the drainage of the city.
THK O. d: C. R. R. CO'S NKW FKItRY IJOAT
Is now making regular trips from the foot of
F St., Couch's Addition, to the foot of Oregon
St., Holladay's Addition.
IMPROVEMENTS TO BE MAOE:
Aside from gigantic Improvements now In
contemplation by toe Railroad Company, In
mc construction 01 vmarves, areuousesaiui
Machine Shops, imlte a number of citizens will
commence erecting Fine Residences and Bus
iness Houses. Also, street improvements, un
dercontract, by gradlngaiid planking Hollnday
Avcnuclts entire length, to connect with the
Sandy road. We can say that at least Half a
Million Dollars will ic e.Tpcnuei in permanent
Improvements ou this Addllon the present
Terms or Snle:
Forty jer cent, cash down ; deferred iiy
meuts, six and twrlve mouths, with Interest at
the rate often percent, per annum.
XO QUESTION AS TO TITLE!
Olfer for salon large amount of PORTLAND
and EAST l"OIlTI.Al IiratHKMJK and
I'iirtles wishing to tmrchasc farms or lands
will 1m; conveyed to them and shown the xame
free of charge and at all times to suit the
cfiiivenlciiM itfntlr natrons-
A large amount of choice FARMING LANDS
for sale situated III Multnomah. Washiuton
Yamhill, Ililk, IV-ntou. Iiue. Marlon, Clack
nmas. and oilier counties of this State. For
PRICK LIST call at our olllcc.
Additloii ou the cast. Apply to Stitzel A
Five and Ten Acre Lots for sale.wljolnlnc
iEnst Portland, on reasonable terms. Apply to
Stitzel A Upton.
Five and Twenty Aero Lots for sale on the
I McAdamlzed road three miles Mnth of the
ny limits. Appiy 10 Kiuzei . upion.
FARMS TO UlLVT.
Wehavea unmternf Imitrored Farms. situ-
attsl In Washington county, from fourteen to
iweniy nines 01 i'unantu
At tills olllee. Immediately, from Two to
Three Hundred Dwelling Houses, situated In
Portland and Hast INirtland. Tenants waiting
patiently. nl STITZEL A UPTON.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
JZ JEi. "32" GrO OX S
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
Hats and Gents Furnishing Goods,
X.udle mid 3IlHset
TRIMMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS AND
Frames, Rralds, Conls, Ornaments, Flowers
Ribbons, Trimmings, etc
Dress li'oods, White Goods, Yankee Xo-
Ladies' Cloaks, CloaK Trim
AGENT OF THE ELLENDALE YV00LEN
-I Full Stock of JllankcU, Yarns, Jlca-
tvr., Tweed and Cuimcre
LATEST STYLUS 1IY EVERT STlLYJIER.
On Tlilrrt Stx-oetr,
llelueen Murrisou a
AT JOHN WILSON'S
CAN BE HAD:
... . ,t Sfrinetl
Blslinp I.nwn. ,v,0'0,r,(,?,.;rts. Twilled
Mull, Hair, Cord and thecks,
Ins Cloth, Prque, etc.
" onllnarj and JenU, j
Hoyv Riisc d Undcnvear, etc.
. .uc-uCambric Handkerchiefs, Plain,
LINt. jrjmuiedalid Hcm-stltched, Hoys' and
oents Ilcraincd. Children's Uncn
llralded Suits, Dress IJnen, Table
. . .nl I.I11IUICII
RLACK DRESS SILKS "American Gnw
. Grain." -warranted not to crack or
) changecolor.underthu severest usage.
I lor years.--
1 c-imnRIES-Vims: -1-arasoK tsllk and ul
1 f r ; "r"j .- - -
f .iu.fc.jii-, . iiii.iiiiiK mm null luuixiii, I
, Y'elvet Ribbons, Lisle Thread Gloves,.
SR : ' TOEED -REMEDlV",
-fTHE UNK WEED - REfrlEDY,
I H.IS RE3IEDY IS COMPOSED OP THE
AASlT" principle of the tjnk Weed. Bmr.
to OrLnm t"rJnHm Orlglnl, Lat.-IndlfltiMHtR
fjM.,ii-1 - most aou;
recti in Washington county.
It contains an Active and Volatile Priiwrfiile
extracted by Ether, and a bitter TonVcr,!:
MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USES :
It Is the most sure and speedy cure for
Rheumatism, Rheumatic Gout and Rheumatic
Pains ol all kinds that waxever Introduces! inn,
the Materia Medica. The UNK WEED REM
EDY, as prepared by us. In consequeuee or the
existing hitter principle, possesses the neces
sary virtue of being a
Promoting the Appetite nnd InviKoratliic the
while Digestive Appuratus, thus Imlldlnc up
and strengthening the system, while at the
same time the volatile principle, being ab
sorbed In the blood, acts specllleiilly on the
Rheumatic Poison, removing It from the circu
lation and system.
There are few rcmediesknnwn to the Medical
Profession which will remove the Rheumatic
Poison from the blood, but whose action is so
powerful In depressing the system of tiie al
ready enfeebled Rheumatic patient, that their
use lias to be abandoned before specific effects
are obtainable, and hence the want of success
In treating this prevalent and ronsequently
herelororc Incurable disease. Unlike these
medicines, already known, the UNK WEED
REM EDY.nlthough producing as active and as
powerful effects on the blood and system In re
moving the Rheumatic Poison, also possesses a
.strong Tonic and Recuperating Element which
admits of Its continued use even by the most
delicate and dt-bllitatisl. Thus we have the
combination for the first time of thee two
necessary elements In one reined v. which ac
counts for Its suiwrlnr and never-failing enratlxe
effects in Kheiiinntlm, Rhenmatle (fout and
Rheumatic Iatns of all kinds.
N. R. The UNK WEED REMEDY Is nart c-
tilarlv APPLICAIILK TO 1.ADIKS. in eonse-
fjuence oflts Tjnlc tiualltics.
YVo are aware of the fact that It-fsmtutmlly
an easy matter to procure certlHentesJaMestinC
the ctllcncy of jxitent remedies from aeertaln
class ufthoM? who usethem. Y"e lmv-8hted
the following because the names attnelMd to
them are those of men of the most careful and
scrupulous character, and Issenuse the Irse
class of their nopiulntnnecs In Oregon will not.
lor n iiiomeni, accuse or susiieei iutH 01 any
exnegeratluu In the statements they rna'y
Ccrtllleato rrom tlic Deputy Jailor of Mult
nomah County Jail:
City Jail. Portland, Oreaoti, 1
Jime 7, ISTI. )
Dr. A. M. Ixjryea A Co.: I was attacked Willi
a severe case of rheumatism. It was in mv
thlghs, hips, ringers, shoulder blade Indeed in
all tho Joints or my body I suffered great pain
and anguish. I was attended by a regular phv
slclau, but with lioetrecf. I was Induced to tfv
ynurCnk YY'eed Remely,and It tmmedtatclv
cured me up. I consider it, from my expe
rience, the best remedy forrheumati.-m known.
ALFRED F. TURNER, Deputy Jailor.
Tills Is to certify that the above statement is
correct to my own knowledge.
JOHN P. YVARD, Jailor.
Alta California Rook and Job Printing Otllee,")
aa California street, J
San Francisco, June 1, 1ST1. J
Dr. -Y. M. Loryea Jt Co.: For sevenil years I
have been subject to rheumatism In my right
arm and shoulder, rendering me unable to
work. On a recurrence of tho attack, some
time since, I wits Induced 10 try your Cnk
YVced Remedy," and the result was a perfect
cure In a few days. I took only two-thirds of
tho contents of one bottle. My firm belief is
that the "Unk" Is a certain cure for rheuma
tism In all Its forms, and I would heartllv rec
ommend all aftlieted with that dreadful dis
ease to try your "Remedy" anil lxsj ured.
JNO. R. McLANE.
Certificate of A. R. Shipley, Esq., speelal con
tributor tn the "Willamette Farmer," and Sec
retary of the Oregon Horticultural Society:
Oswego, Oreson, March 2$, IS.I.
Dr. A. M. Lorven: Some tour weeks ao I was
entirely pnistnited with rheumatism; in fact I
was almost helpless. I sent to you for one 10
ounce bottle of the "Cnfc YVeet Remedy," by
the uso of which I experienced almost Imme
diate relief, and by the time the Isittlo was
gone the rheumatism was gone. From m
own experience, and from what I have heard
others say who have used tiie Unk YVeeil, 1
wnoii'ii to oe a CHTtuiiicureiorrneumaiisni.
Yours reiectfully, A. It. SHIPLEY.
Ccrtllleato from Hon. A. J. Dunir, cx-Presi-dent
of tho Oregon statu Agricultural Soetelv
and authorof "Statistics of Oregon:"
East Portland, April 1, 1871.
Dr. A. M. Loryea A Co.: I was afflicted with a
Revere attack ofehrnuh! rheumatism; was con
fined to my bud iim-tnf the time from January
to July, when I Used the Unk YVisPd nnd it
cured uic up. .Y. J. Dl'FUE.
Certificate from James Rybee, the celebrated
stock-grower and "King of the Oregon Turf
Sauvle's Island, January 11, 1S7I.
To Dr. A. M. IiryeaA Co.: Thlslstoacknowl
edge thuctlicncy of your "Unk Y'esl Itemed),
or Oreson Rheuiuntic Cure." I w.s alllieted
for months with a very serious attack of in
flammatory rheumatism, and tried nearly all
of the so-called rheumatic remedies without
any relief perceivable. I then tried your
Remedy, and Its us resulted in the most happy
Certificate from the well-known merchant,
O. Y YS'eavcr, Es.:
Tiie Dalles, May 2S, 1871.
Dr. A. M. Loryea A Co.: I have usetlthe "Unk
YY'eed Remedy," and can cheerfully recom
mend it to persons nffllctetl with inllnmmatory
rheumatism. It cured me of that disease. My
hands, wrists, nnkles indeed, all my Joints
were swollen and very painful.
O. W. AVKAY'ER.
Certiflcato from Hon. Nat. II. Itne, Pilot
Commissioner or Oregon, ami a member of the
City Council ol East Portland:
East Portland, April If. 1371.
Dr. A. M. Iiryen A Co.: I hnve been afflicted
for several years past with "weakness 'I11 the
back," and wandering rheumatic twins, ac
companied by severe constipation, lty the as1
of one Isittle of your "Pnk YY'etsl Remedy, pr
Oregon Rheumatic Cure." I have lxsu eutlrel
relieved, and I cheerfully recommend It as u
most valuable and effective remedy.
NAT. If. LANr-
CertlOcnto from Hon. Gideon 7,I'J. a
member of the City council of ha.st 1 ""J1"
Kvst IV)rtlaiid, April ., KB.
rir V -vr TrienA Co.-Senls: This 1 to I11
c M.?ti tare usc.1 vourTnkYreed"
form you Hint I "" "fk. 1Mins,anl Ownd
roT.n??n,,'f S.2 niV? - onV one bottle, and ean
relief from the use 01 10 11 ,
recommend it to those i"IDEOJf TIkiiktTS.
iron. E. f- Oulmlny. ex-
Cmmty .lil- of Multnomah county.
Oregon: , T,ortiand. April 1. 1371.
r. v f lryeA Co.: Ihaveused lho"Unk
...Dr-.-V;r..:ii.v and am satlsfleil It Is u valna-
Kiiiiielllclne. It regulates and Invigorates the
This Is my experience with the Rem-
Truiyyour. r u hui.mhy.
Certificate from the celebrated musician.
Prof. Otto Y'Icuxtemps: ,
Oregon Musical Institute
Portland, May 22, 1871. i
Dr. A. M Loryea A Co.: I was attacked with
severe Inflammatory rheumatism, suffering
great pain, and was so prostrated tlmt I was
unable to tend to my business. I used one bot
tle or your "Unk YVced Remedy, or Oregon
Rheumatic Cure," and was cntlrclyetired by
It alone. OTTO Y'lEUXTEMPS.
PUT UP IX TEN-OUNCE BOTTLES,
One Dollar and Fifty Out per
PREPARED AT THE
OREGON MEDICAL LABORATORY,
EAST IHJRTUVND, ORKGU
For Hale by ali. Dbcogists.