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.FRIDAY.. SEPTEMBER -29, 1S71.
BV MINNIE MYHTLE.
Vow tell your minstrel to come, my love,
And bring lite Bute In tune, t
Tn play me "Bonnie Doon,"
The Iiimi of "Bonnie Doon;
Play with the thrill of a sorrowful air.
Like the throb of a hlugglsh lagoon.
The twilight hush ofn Long Ago
Kelt the thrillpf a flute In tune.
And It waved IhVisHence to and tro
Tn the ripple oflionnle Doon;"
He played for me "Bonnie loon." . J
And his crave te now In the burning sands
By a dreamless and voiceless lagoon.
Why did I smile when the silence was stained
with the sorrowful tears of a flute.
When my heart, like a charmed bird, was
And tlpvypice of my soul .wan mute,
when 'the) Angel -of Death Mfopped lier cad
On the. strings of his heart for a lute:
Tlie Nteht lias opened her minstrelsies.
And the stars eal over the sea
Iwouldsrpu would slngfetsong to ln&iplaisc,
tlf theferave'&rKuIalIer' '
The song ofEulalle:"
.Slug in a loringand cheerful voice
As tlio' you were singing for me.
Out of the sound of the wild son ong.
Away from the sound of the sen.
In the blackness of Night we rode along.
And he sung for me "Kulalle."
Now, one Is deati and one Is fiftse.
And bolh are dead to me.
Togellier we rode through the dark, old wood,
ins voice aim nis nearc were near.
Our steeds they plunged in the solitude.
But my heart lelt never a fear
Never a jHilse of fear,
Tito' I heard the rush of a river" flood,
And the way was uncertain and drear.
BHt why did I weep as I rode along.
When my heart was so free from care.
And he sung for me, and me only his song,
Of Kulalle," dead and fair.
With a cheerful and love-like air?
Why did I ween as we rode along ?
Hiding I eared not where.
The grave is a lonely place to hold
All of my precious to be.
But a sadder place is a heart that Is cold
A heart that Is false to me
Pulse and fickle is he,
So out of the siHlnftil dusk of the grave.
The hues of a Promise I sec,
S.w.km, Oregon, Kept. S. IST1.
Did It Hurt Much ?
The paters tell us that John Wilson,
of Davenport, Iowa, recently whipped
his wife, and his fine, with the costs of
court, amounted to &J1 S3. According
to the Dubuque Time, one of the police
men of that city indulged in this species
of recreation, for which he Avas obliged
to pay $3. These are pretty small lines
for Hogging human beings, and the only
conclusion we can come to in the prem
ises is that whipping does not hurt wom
en much. At any rate, so the courts as
sume. Beating a man is a penitentiary
oU'enee. Cruelly beating a horse entails
a heavy fine, if not something worse.
But beating a woman costs somewhere
between five dollars and twenty-five.
It is well to note the exact price of this
species of amusement, and to reflect
uikmi the estimate of woman it indicates.
We are often told that women do not
need the ballot; that men are gallant
and will lovingly irrant them more than
they ask. The gallantry of the lash is
not generally in favor among civilized
iK'onle. The rattan, the switch, the
whin, the noker. the broom-stick, the
horse-hide, the knout, all these instru
ments of torture may have been very
serviceable in otherdays; but our women
oi ueiieatc organization, anu line cul
ture, and sweet accomplishments, do not
take kindly to them. In fact, there
seems to be an impression anions worn
on generally that whipping hurts; that
It not only iains and lacerates the body,
but hurts the feclinjrs, wounds pride.
mortifies self-respect and inflicts irrepa
rable tiegrauation. it reduces tne Hu
man beimr to the level of the brute: and
yet this infliction costs the vile wretch
who makes it from five to twenty dol
lars. That is just how much men, in
thelrsupreme gallantry, think whipping
hurts a woman.
We have been told repeatedly that the
laws of Iowa, as related to women, are
more just and humane than thoM of
other States. What are we to think of
the legal status of women in other
States, when in Iowa it costs only from
five to twenty dollars to whlpa woman '.'
Gentlemen, what say you to this thing?
How much would a good, sound whij
ping hurt you? How many dollars Will
you charge for a sound beating? Is your
wife any less sensitive in bodv or soul
than you are, so that the lash shall pro
duce less writhing in her flesh and in
her mind? Or, is she inferior to vou,
and so brutish, that a whipping which
would sting you into agoiry and rage does
not hurt her much ?
AVhether women need the ballot while
a husband can whip his wife for from
live to twenty dollars is a question that
dees not need much debate. It can be
safely left to the consideration of all the
parties concerned. Of course, the women
who are willing to be whipped on thoe
terms will not care for the ballot, and
probably the men who love to exercise
their authority over their wives in this
way, at the least possible expense, M ill
all agree that women can safelv trust to
thegallantryof theothersex. Thus, the
whlppew and the whippces etui have
things their own way; but, If we mis
take not, most Women, nml l,ir.... ....
jority of men, do not belong to either of
these classes and it is for them to united
iiiNi.iiig Him sucn inhuman and bar
barous practices shall cease, by giving
woman the iowcr to protect herself at
tne uaiioi-uox ami tn the court, c :miit
hor that right, and we shall see whether
whipping hurts her much or not. Jlcro-
The Woxdeeiti. ktori.v Falls
in Africa. Peterma it's Mittlicilctuijen
contains an interesting description bv
llerr Mohr of a visit to the Victoria
Falls on the Zambesi. "I attain the ob-
leer." he savs. "for which I have made
so many sacrifices, after innumerable
difficulties and endless trials of itaiience,
on the moruintr of the 21st of June. To
proceed anv further an undertakiii;
which I had often contemplated was
unfortunately impossible; the negroes
eoum not by anv means be pursuaiieu to
go beyond the waterfall; my clothes
were torn to nieces, niv nrovisions trreat
ly reduced, and had not powder enough
for eight days. The length of the fall is
nearly an Knglish mile: it is 400 feet
a,1,i u,e cUlVover which the water
:Vm l feet wide. The
T.nrn. fas ows from the
eroses and elephants. Scarlv in
miiidio f th ir AJ" the
iieGirden -Island, whhl Sr..
Dr. Livingstone, landetl and plant i
small carden with useful iln
Jiowevcr, have been destroyed loug-aiiu
by animals anu weeds. The mo5t im
posing view of the fall is from a point
east; they unite uuder your feet, and the
combined stream nous on in a cuanuei
only, 27LfeetiWide,ibetweeu dark preci
table-cloths are in eoutempla-
snv Ktiiokk. Sun btroke and stroke
of lightning, fcaj-s Dr. Hall, as far as
present ligut cxieuus, causes ueatu m
the same manner. The blood is ex
panded and gases are liberated, which
causes in the brain a species of apoplexy;
tills distension of the blood vessels in
duces pressure on the brain, and conse
quently ail loss or sense and feeling;
the muscles' are narah'zed. all motion
ceases, and the functions of the bodv are.-
1 T 1-1 Jl
Apply cold cloths or ice bags to the
head and mustard plaster to the neck,
with something to act on the bowels as
soon as possible. But something more
speedy than this is an imperative neces
JUty in some cases, or death will ensue in
talfew niornents.. Skillful and .eminent
pnysicians in tins country, upon actual
experiment, founded upon a true phi-1
losojihy, have found that, speedy recov-1
cry takes place within an hour if-U'c'
t l' . L . 11 1 f-' 11. . ,.. it.,. ..1.1
patient is bled from the arms in the old-
fasliloneu way. trom tue large, uis-
tended vein the blood may only How by
drops the first second or two, but as it
nows ireer tne rcuei becomes almost
miraculous, -speedy and complete.
Beware ok Powder a Hint to
Jwebs. There is a good joke goiugthe
rounus, oi a young lauy anu a gentleman
ita.lasiiioiiauie party tu.tlns city a few
evenings mi ice. I lie young man was
handsome and happy; the young lady
arrayed in all the exquisite taste of
lavender, rose, etc, witli golrt'itowilereu
hair flowing over her swan-like neck.
Finding the heat of the room too much
for them, they sought the cool shade of
an arbor where they might listen to the
fountain's tail. 'Hie music rose anil reii,
time flew on silver pinions, and after an
abseence of about threehours our young
friends entered the brilliantly illumi
nated parlors. The lady passed on in
tlid dance, but the younir man wan
slightly taken aback by his next neigh
bor iniornmigiiini tnat rounu ins iuk
was the unmistaken print of two arms,
all in chalk and diamond dust, on one
slinnlilnr n l.-irw iiile of vellow nowder.
and on his upper lip and cheek diamond
dust, bloom of youth and yellow jwwder,
mixed up generally. The young lady's
hair was olerved to be several shades
paler. Moral carry a dusting broom in
5'our pocket. Xanhvillc JJanmr.
Bai Boys. Portland can certainly
I watt of more bad boys than any city of
its size in the country. Not a day passes
but that some one of these gamins is
not in the hands of the lxilice. They
swarm the streets by night, breaking
windows and otherwise conducting
them&elves in a disgraceful manner.
Is umbers of them are to be seen hovering
itrouud the low drinking places that in
fest certain localities, and, eagerly
drinking in the low and demoralizing
conversations of the frequenters of these
ileus, tney are last learning the road
that leads to tho Penitentiary. There is
nut one way to save theso iMtys irom
ruin, and that is, the erection of an In
dustrial School. This has been urged
upon our city authorities time after
tune, and as yet they have paid little or
no attention to it. l he necessity of an
Industrial School exists, and it must be
apparent to the authorities, who ought
to take some immediate action in the
premises. "Delays are dangerous."
Touching Incident. A Lynchburg
(Va.l paper gives the following inci
dent of the late terrible flood In that
"A mother and several little children
were making their escape from a nar
row neck of land which lies between the
river and the canal, when they were
amazed to find that the bridge was al
ready gone, and their only hope was to
cling on to the abutment of the bridge
until the angry waters should subside.
But as they stood there clinging to the
abutment, the waters continued to rise
higher, while In the deen darkness tliev
could hear the crashing of trees and the
thunder of bridgo timbers, that were
wildly dashing all around them. They
had been in this desneratc condition for
some time, when the little girl felt that
her strength was gone, and with a wild
shriek of terror' she. exclaimed, 'Kiss
me, motiicr, lor I can't hold any longer:'
and with the warm nresure of that
mother's lips upon her cheek she was
swept away and was seen no more."
ACEikld FORHirMKR Woiiiw! There
are two suggestions which we think
worthy of earnet consideration by the
convention which .meets this vfevk in
Washington. One of these that the
omen's Christian Associations be
repre.-ented in the general conventions
is presented by oneof oureorrespondents
in the Young Men's Christian Associa
tion department of this issue.
ihc desirableness of this is readily
apparent. The field is the world, and
neither the Held nor the workers in it
can afionl the confinement of plans and
counsels to narrow, arbitrary limits. If
young men are to be brought to Christ
and stimulated to do brave work for him,
tnero is no niiniuu means more potent
tliiiiill-.inni.,i.,I,r nLil,, ..,
v o-operauon between the sexes more
than doubtless the cHiciencv of each.
While there are kinds of-Ialior lir which
the one will be more successful than Hip
other, there is no kind in which the
counsels and help of each will not be
Warm Hath. The warm Imth u
grand remedy, and will often prevent
the most virulent diseases. A iiersoii
who may be in fear of having received
imeeiiou or anv kind should Mw.lilv
plunge into :i warm leitb unit..- .....
spiratiouto ensue, and then rub dry,
drt-js eeurely to gtmid against taking
coin. ntiR. system has imbibcl anv
liifectious matter, it will certainly be
"E1 ny if U bt resSrte.1
to berore the infection has time to spread
oxer the tystem; and even if some time
" fe1' ' w,Ure"rii"B lrspindion
that may be Indueetl in a hot bath will
-v.- iot-iii p-ure to
remove H. Family
voufli or r .i.:. ..in .
was recently very badly ".Mild" bv the
matron of the Iventuekv Stilts' 1,f-I-r..
Unwhe daughter he beemwl to evince
a verj ' 'troiig interest while travelin-in
a milroad-car. Thinking that the flir
tation had continued long enough, she
suddenly changed her scat to the side of
tne young man, ami wiii-jiered in his
ear, "tfir, you are a, total .straugur hi
me, but I feet It my duty to warn vou of
impending evil. That young ladv is
just out of the State Prison." A passen
ger got oil at tne next station.
An aged woman in North Adams,
Massachusetts, relates that many years
ago, while attending a social dance, a
young mechanic asked her hand for one
of the dances. She Indignantly reiused,
reeling very much mortified that Jie
should make such an oiler. She has al
ways filled an humble position in life,
while the young man whom she then
ponied has been Governor, of Massa
rift, .T1,c ffloRil of which H "never
if v.m ,dan with a -dean mechanic
ii j ou get a chance.
mini win huj the receipt from her.
THE UNK WEED REMEDY,
Y A 5 . M
Oregon Rheumatic Cure.
flUHS REMEDY IS .COMPOSEBiOF THE
i .cuve principle or the l'nk Weed. Eng.
Thasplum CnnlatttmOrigliiKI.at. Indigenous
to Oregon, Grows most"nbu
rccU-v ,n Washington county.
mmianuy and iier-
It contains an Active and Volatile Principle,
extracted by Jithcr, and a bluer .xonie ran
el pic . -JJ
MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USES:
It Is the most sure and speedy cure for
Rheumatism, Rheumatic Gout and.Ilheumatlc
Pains orall kinds that was over Introduced into
the Materia Medico. The UNK WEED REM-
1 -1 l' . . . . 1 . . .. In MinEAAIIAIIM nf flllA
rl'lilUlVllu4VU UJ l ., vjh.'jmv...-v ... .....
existing outer principle, possesses ' imtv-
sary virtue of being n
Promoting the Appetite and irivtseratliiK the I
wlille iipnve Appuratus, tnus , nullum? up
and strengthening the syxtem.-.irlille at the
same time tho volatile principle, being ab
sorbed In the IiIikmI, ncU speclflrnlly on the
Rheumatic lltlson, removing It from the circu
lation and system.
There are few remedies known to tho Medical
ProfcM-loii which will remove the Rheumatic
Poison from the blood, but whose action Is v
pouvrful in depressing the Kystein.of Ihu al
ready enfeebled Rheumatic patient; that their
um lias to ne niKUinoucu ueiore speellle etlecl
are obtainable, and hence the want of success
in treating this prevalent and roneiii'iitly
heretofore inrumblo disease. I'nllke these
modk-luvK, already known, the 1,'NIC WEED
ItHMEllY.iilthougli producing as active and as
KiMt-riui I'limn on int.- iminmi itnu system 111 re- '
moving the Rheumatic IVilson.nlso possesses n
strong Tonic and Recuperating Element which
admits of Its continued ue even bv the most
del Irate and debilitated. Thus we have tho
combination for the first tunc, nf these two
necessary elements In one remedy, which ac
effect In Rheiimatl'.ni. Rheuniath- Gout and
Rheumatic rains of all kinds.
N. R. The L'XIC WEED REMEDY Is partic
ularly AI'PI.IOAIILE TO-LADIES. In eme-
amoncc ofllsTonlr Qualities.
We 'remvstre of the fact that it Is generally
an easy matter to procure certificates attesting
the ofllcacy of patent remedies from a certain
class of those who use them. We have selected
tho following because the names attached tn
them arc those of men of the most careful and
scrupulous character, and because the large
class of their nctiuatutnuces in Oregon will not,
for a moment, accuse or suspect them of any
exaKgenttlou In the statements they limy
Vrtlflcate frtim the Deputy Jailor of Mult
nomah County Jail:
City Jail, I'ortlmid, Orusv.ii.
Dr. A. M. Iyio'eaA Co.: I wff"58tackWith
a severe case of rheumatism. It was In my
thighs, hips, fingers, shoulder blade Indeed In
all the Joints or my Usly I suffered great pain
and angulli. I was alteuded by a regular phy-
siriiiii, ijui wiiu no ciiect. i was lntiuccti iti try
yourfnk Weetl Remctly.nnd It ImmetllalHv
Mired inc up. I consider It, fnnn m' exix-
nenee, ine i"i rennsiy lorrneiimallMii Known.
ALFRED K. TURNER. Deputy Jailor.
Tills Is to certify that the aUive statement Is
correct to my own knowledge.
JOHN I". WARD, Jailor.
Shii Francisco, June 1, IsTI. J
Dr. A. M. Iirren A Co.: For several inn I
have lccii subject to rheiimatlvjujii my right
anil anil shoulder, renderln'i me unable to
Work. On a recurrence of the attack, some
time lnce, I was lnilneol to try your "l'nk
Ve-d Remedv," and the result was a ls-rfect
cure in a few days. I took only two-thirds of
me contents or one txittte. My firm Itellef Is
mat tne "LiiK" is n certain cure Tor rheuma
tism In all Its forms, ami I would hcrtllrw-ommen-1
all atllletetl with that drciuiruldls
oae to try your "Remedy" and 1h cured.
JNp. IU Mc.UVE.
Certificate of A. R. Shlplev, Exi sMf-ial con
tributor tn the "Willamette Farmer," and Sec.
retnry of the Oregon Hurtlcultiiral Society:
Oswego, Oregon, March i. ISTI.
Dr. A. M. Iryen: Some lour weeks ago I w
entln-Iy prostrated with rheumatloiu; In fact I
wasalmtist helpless. I iit to vou for one 10
ounce lsittlc of the "l'nk Weed Remedy," by
the use or which I experienced almost Imme
diate relief, anduv the tlmothc -!ottUws
gnn? tin rhetlmatlm was gone. rrn mv
owncxiierlence.ninl Inim what I have hcnril
others say who have uwnl the l'nk Weed, I
Ih-IIcvo It to bo a certain cure for rlieitiimtlMit.
Ytiurs reiectfully, A. R. SHIPLEY.
Certificate from Hon. A. J. Dtifur, ex-l'resl-dent
or the Oregon State Agricultural Sorletv
and authnrof"Statstlcs of Oregon:"
East Portland, April 1, 1ST1.
Dr. A. M. Loryen JJo.: Ijvns allllt-ll with a
severe attack ofchronle rheumalism; was con
fined to my lied motofthe time from January
to July, when I nsttl the Unk Weed and ft
cured me upj . 'ftA. J. DUFOR.
Certificate from James Itvl-e, the celebralwl
slock-jtrowerand "King of the Oregon Turf :"
ManvlCN IMaffd, Jitnnary H. 1S71.
Ti Dr. A. M. LirycaACo.: lliislstoarkiHiwl
etlge the efficacy of your "l'nk Weed llcmrsly.
or Oregon Rhenmntlc Cure." I -was afnh-leil
ror moiitliK with a very serious attack of In
flaiiimatory rheumatism, and trie. I nearly all
of the so-called rheumatic n-uietllcx wlllHtut
any relief pentshnble. I- then IriisI your
Rrmetly, ami Its use rcsiilltslliithemiKt happy
effects -n a-rfect cure. Truly.vours.
I r1''"-""- f"l' well-known nienhant,
i,. w. w
The ltall,f , .May 2t, IS7I.
Dr. A. M. Lory A Co. Ihltve umsI the "fnk
Wetsl Remeily," and can cheerfully recom
mend II to i-en-ons alllicltsl with Inllnmmalory
rheumatism. It rureil meof that dlsiiHst. My
hands, wrists, nukles Imlnsl. all my olut
were swollen and very painful.
O. W. WEAVER
IVrttMoato from Hon. NaL II. Lane, J 'I lot
Comnilsslonerof Oregon, and n iiiuuilwr of Jhe
Cily Council ol East Portland:
Kasl Iortl!l'lid, AprlllS, Isri.
Dr. A. M. Liryca A Co.: I have been uirtictnl
for sevi-nil years pat with "weakness In Ihc
back," and wandering rlicumallc istlns, ac
companied by severe constipation. Ily the use
or one hot lie or your "l'nk Weed Remedy, or
Oregon Rheumatic Cure," I havo lieeu entirely
n-llc-ed, ami I cheerfully recommend It as n
most valuable nml cfTectlve remedy.
NAT. H. LNE.
Certitlontij from Hon. (llilcon T11i1k-I1s, a
lnenilHTOf Ihc City cotinl-ll of E:fsrl'ortlainl:
East Portland, April 7, WI.
Dr. .V. M. Loryen A Co. Cents: Tills Is to In
form you that I have ued younUnk Wctsl"
mr neuralgia and rheumatic pains, mid found
relief fmm the uv of only one laitlle, and can
n-foiiiini-mi ItiiiiiiiM- it, H...I ,.r
sly. Yours, tilDEON TIllIll-nTS.
Ct-rtillcale fnnn Hon. E. L (Jtlililliv.
t oiiuty (ommK-Ooncr if Multnomah -ounlv,
l.r m . 1' I'llrtAmlAprlf LlW.
vi-i V, . I'.'Tilyl .: I have usetl lb.- "l'nk
MIiif " J am sjitlslltl It Is a valua-
Hv.fi. ,Ur-iiar "---ulatesand Invigorates the
sj siem. Tills Is my exerleii' with the Rein-
Truly yours, Ii Hlfl.MIIY.
tliu fIrbnitetl. njti.jrlan,
Oregon Muscat In.lilnte.
Dr i , . Portland, May a I, ISTI. i
PIT UP IXTEX-OUNCK HOTrLEt?
One Dollar mid nny Onh IM.P Hinp
PREPARED AT THE
OREGON MEDICAL LABORATORY,
, LOKYEA & CO.
E.VST IHJRTLVND, OREGON.
- Fon Hale bv am. Dncr.otsTa.
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and twenty dollars additional, we will give a
MASON A HAMLIN OROAN, kive octaves,
FIVE ST01-S,TWO MKTS OK IIlniLlTOILS TIIKOt'RH
OIT, IMrilOVEII (Jlt.VllC.VTED SELr-AUIDSTIXU
i:ei:i valves, txi-itovKD iieluiws.tkemclaxt
Axn KXEK-SWELLS. VIOLV, DIAP.VSON",
FLLTE.TREMULVNT. Price, SI3S.
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 uro not received
during the year to procure the Premium de-
sired they ran rhoosen li.r,.n.,.,i.n -.....
lritt h i.titt,.t in .,., . . ' : I very large, we believe that a Half Million
will be entl led to receive twenty-flvo percent. ,,,? farmers will take It whenever It shall bo
tn cash of the amount remitted for their labor, i commended to their attention. We ask our
: friends everywhere to aid us In so commend-
OUR, NEW PREMIUM LIST. j"s !-a A i - i
v ' ' TKKMS:
AsTitKNEwNoirrilWESThasalrcady proved ,
a popular success, we are decided that It shall uXu ' Tril,m,C' -Mu" M'W"1' SJOperan-aloproveaTi:il-Ml'ir.
' "Sem 1-Week I v Tribune," Mall ubcrilen.
To enable our rrlends who may decide to can-1 $l lr annum. Five copies or over, S3 each ; an
ih. . ... . , . . ... . extra copy will 1 sent ror. every club of ten
vass for our paper to benefit both themselves , sent lorat one time: or. If prefcrml.a copy of
and us by Increasing our Subscriptlnn Llsu, we Recollections ofa Busy Life, by Mr. Greeley,
propose to give the following additional Pre-1 teM4.oi-tjie VEKKLYTKinrKE-
mlums to canvassers : ' To Mall Subscrilicrs. One Copy, one year, M
Anv stihsrrilx-r who u in ,,,,., ....... Ksui-s, SJ: live copies, one yenr, SI Issues, sn.
v-:....I' . ... l,,arrea.rr'-'"-':u.T), 0ll'e AUUress, 'all at one post office -Ten
win scnu us nn or her own
subscription fee, and one new subseribcr.no
eompanled by the cash-cr. W-we wll. give :
A pnlrlarlan Marble ases;
Ora Iltihcmlnn Class Vase;
Orn Bohemian Glass Canl Rcccher;
Or yt dozen Ivory Napkin Rings;
Or dozen Plated Tea Sjwions;
Or 1 jialr Alexandra's KM Gloves;
Or a spangled Lidy's Faii,(eathercd edge;
Or a n Album for hold Ing 1U) pictures ;
Or an Album (extra) forhoMlng.V) pictures;
Ora Fancy ItlcrCae;
Or n lux Toilet Articles,
Ora llritnnnlnTeti Pot;
Ora Kemseneljimp; , j
Or 'J dozen Glass Goblets;
Or 1 ilori-n Glass Tumblers;
Ora large (Mass Fruit Dish;
Ora Work Basket;
Ora Fine Embroidered Handkerchief;
-r-j.io7eii i.incn Hnudkcrchlcf.;
Or n Woolen Tabic Cover;
Or 'i dozen Table Napkins;
Or 54 dozen Towels;
Or an elegant Pnrtmonla.
Any Mib-crlber who Is In arrears lorn year's
stibM-ription.iind who will send his or her own
subscription fee, and two new sub-bribers, ac
companied by the rash-making j9 lo-wc will
A set of Rogers' Table Forks, triple plated, on
white metal, warranted;
urn set oi nosers' rjiiiestsxiiis.triiiin oi it.si
iin while metal, warrantctl;
uuecu to iiiiccn ci-ni-, iinu ine pre-cni nrsisini
Ora set nf Rogers' Tea Kpuoiut, triple latcl, . Hon syslcui has been found by the jxisbil au
nn while melnl. warr:int. 1 tliorltles to lio virtually an absolute protection
Or dozen Rogers' Russell's Table Knives. I
lest iuallly, wnrraiitctl; 1
Ora handsome Bird Cage
Any person in arrears for subscription to The
New NoitTitwjjT, who will send his or her
sulM-rIptlon fee and threu new stihscril-crs, ac
companied by the cash, making $12 OJ, wo will
A handsome Mnrsalllcs tjullt; i
Ora handsome Woolen Quilt, red and white i
or blue and white; 1
Or a pair of Table Cloths; i
(lr two pairs of Nottlnglinm Lace Curtains; i
Or three pairs Alexandre's Kid Gloves, nny '
Or a Japancso Inlaid Work Box; j
Or IS yards best yd. wide Sheeting. I
For seven subscrlhers nt S3 00 each, amount-
lug to ill HI, wo will send :
An extra Castor, triple plated.on while incta! !
valued at 9 DO;
l tr a Lndy's Writing Icsk, of espial value; '
OrnCalilnct, Japanese Inlaid;
Or an Extra Japiuiese Inlaid Work Box.
These articles arc all valuable, and arowar-i
ranted to be Just as we represent thenu Per-1
sous living In this city or who can visit us can I
receive these articles from our own hands at an I
hour's notice; or If not convenient to visit us,
we will send the articles by express to any ad
dress. No order or this kind will receive attention
utile the cash accompanies IU
Send money in lWofflce onlers at the cus
tomary rates of currency, or send draft- If pre
ferred. All onlers promptly attended to.
Wc sincerely hope thut this unparalleled
offer, 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 Noktuwest cannot be run
without money. Now is the time to make up
clubs. Begin before some other person gets:
bo htnrt rt .... . L..-.....n.lnfn,rnnr.l
. j u ii. ikc irniajw"w"w -v v"-
sell, the Public and Tub New Northwest.
$30 SAVED !
Why Iajr lor a .Sewing MnclilueT
Imr. IMPROVED HOME SHUTrLE SEW
. ing Machine, with black walnut table and
treadle, nicely finished.
Complete .for $45!
A flrst-claw Sewing Machine ; uses straight
Needle; under feed: makes "Lock. BUtch;"
warranted to do all kinds of family sewing as
well as any machine In the market.
A few more Agents wanted to canvass coun
ties (not taken for the Improved Hand Ma
chineprice, S3h In Oregon, Washington and
can on or address
EO. W. TRAVKR,
General Agent, 112 Front St., Portland.
ROYAL A SMITH. Agents Salem
DR. R. a HILL 4 SON, AgenUt Albany
MRS. It. LAWLESS,
MANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, ETC.,
Corner Front and Yamhill streets, Portland.
ShlrlH Made to Order
Of the best material, and warranted to fit.
All kinds of mending done. n5
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
T HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE LUlflEfiT
X stock ever brousht to this market, consisting
oi mcioiiowing manes oi l-ianos:
HAlltTT 4. DAVIS", (Celebrated New Scale),
, yt I'lilckeriufT A Sou'M, s . "
- ..BRADBURY PIANO.
' And coming by rail
Something Entirely New !
In the line of Piano Fortes.
My Stock will ranse In price
15Vom !?350 to SIOOO.
I have also a large Stock of-
MASON & HAMLIN'S
Wileh I offer for sale at Eastern Prices.
W. T. S1IAX.VIIAN,
No. 75 Klrst street, inear Lidd and Tllton's
1)7 Hank) Portland, Oregon.
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stale, are at tm-eiii tin every imonani battle
field, are early advised of every notableCablne
decision, observe the nroceedlnes of Coniress,
of Legislature, and of Conventions, and re
port to us by telegraph all that seems of gen
eral Interest. W'e have paid for one day's mo
mentous advices from Europe by cable far
more than our entire receipts for the Issue In
which those advices reached our readers. If
lavish outlay, unsleeping vigilance, and un
bounded faith In the liberality and discern
mentof the reading public, will enable us tn
make a Journal which has no superior in the
accuracy, variety and freshness of Its contents,
the "Tribune shall be such a Journal.
To Agriculture and the subservient arts, we
have devoted, and shall persistently devote,
more means anil space than anv of our rivals.
Vc aim to make the "Weekly Tribune" such a
paper as nn farmer can afford to do without,
Jiowevcr widely his politics may differ from
ours. Our reports.of the Cattle, Horse, Pro
duce and General Markets, arc so full and ac
curate, our essays In elucidation of the farmer's
calling, and our regular reports ol the Fanners'
Club and kindred gatherings, are so Interesting
that the xMrest farmer will find therein a
mine nf suggestion and counsel, of which he
cannot remain Ignorant without ikisIIIvp and
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"Recollections of a Busy IJfe." By Horace
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82 50. Library. S3 50. Half Morocco, 1.
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"Elements or Agriculture." Waring. New
Edition. Cloth, SI.
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In making remittances always procurca draft
on New York, or a lst-Office Money Order, if
nos-ouie. v ncre nciiner oi incse can ite nro-
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Tl'.ST RCTITRNED; FROM SAN FRAN-
V Cisco with a large and Splendid stock of
SILKS, WORSTED GOODS, GRENADINES,
Japaneia Silks, Poplins, Alpacas, Lawns,
A Ltu-gf and Be;uitlful Assortment or
MILLINERY GOODS, RIBBONS,
Pine Laces, Etc.,
Or'ovcry vnrictr an.1 description.
Straw Goods, Farasols and Kid GIotw
1 . 9 O RO! -tlie bet 1oa,1Ii
JKWELItr, FANCY WOODS, ETCU
On hand and made to order.
CHILDREN'S' AND IHFAHTS'' CLOTHES
Of all descriptions.
Call nud Exmnlne the Stock.
GchxU Sold to Suit the Timet.
THUJAS I3J0SH tat,
97 First street, Portland.
-mi-nv-in-iv-Trv llulvln. strnr a,in.ll
I iv..rm. ..... ,-"
bT Steamer. n2
MRS. A. J. DUHIWAY'S FASHIONABLE
fKir.vvK oxifXicn1 at atA times a
rrcsu mock oi
L.VDIES IN THE COUNTRY
Dcslrtns to select articles In our line .can
have their orders filled at all time with the
same earn and accuracy as to price, fltnew and
quality as though they were present. Our Ions
experieneo In catering to the wants of cus
tomers enables us to readily determine what
Is best suited totheageand completion of the
Particular Attention Paid to Old Ladies'
Caps and Bonnets.
BrUal or Vaarulag UutBts Furutbr4.ou Short
ALL KINDS OK STRAW GOODS, BLEACHED
Old Uata and Bouneti Renewed,
At a saving of Filly per cent to the wearer.
Milliner an. I Dressiunkern
In the country" towns will find It to their ad
vantage to deal with us, lis wo knnwjnst what
they nceil, and our opiiortunltics tn fill onlers
are uneiualletl In any place north of San
LADD & TILTON,
DEPOSITS RECEIVED .VND ACCOUNTS
kept subject to check on draft.
INTEBEST nllnwetl on TIME DEl03rrSor
TRCST Fl'NDS, In sums of ONE DOLLAR
AND UPWARDS rrom date of deimslt.
MONEY IAIANED on approved security.
Ronds. Stocks nnd other vnluables recclvetl
on deposit for safe keenlnir.
i oiieciioirs mace anu proceeus prompiiy re-
Investnients In Real Estate and other prop
erty made for parties.
Cl.lil..IT.f.Mhl. t.' (-.. t.". .. -
clscu nnd the Atfanllc States for sale.
Government Securities bought ami sold.
Agent for the transaction of nil kinds of Fi
nancial and Trust Business. nl
DR. MARY A. THOMPSON,
PHYSICIAN AND ACCOUCHEUR
KESIDENCE AND OKKICK THIRD ST.,
between Salmon nml Main, opposite the
Calls attended In any part of the city.
Batteries for snlo and Instructions given on
the use of electricity an a Remedial Agent, nl.
Cor. Second and TVnslilngtoii Stw.
TTAVINfi RKCTOTLY PURCHASED THIS
Jl .MarKet, t am now prepared to sell ou reas
onable terms the best Meats the conntry af-
GIVES LESSONS ON THE PIANO AT THE
Residences of Pupils.
JL an teed.
JR. J. K. (MRBWEI.I..
Dkntai. Rooms No. 89 Klrst St., Portland.
EivrThe I.iteaud Improveil Styles of work at
Iteduced lutes. Nitrous Oxide Gas for the
painless extraction of teetlu lnt:
CLARKE, HENDERSON & COOK,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Uilrs' and Grafs FnraMdiif (loot, ".
Cor. First anil Washington streets,
Portlaud, Oregon. In21
MRS. J. . KF.ED,
DEALEil IX MILLINERY.
BLl-LVCHING AND I'KKSSINU IXJNE TO
Order. Also Plain and Fancy Sewing.
A lull and complcto stock of Milliner- now
on hand, with new additions every month.
Store on Broadalbln nnd Second streets,
Albany, Oregon. nl
$20 A DAY
TO MALE AND FEMALE AGENTS!
rpo INTRODUCE THE CELEBRATED
$25 Bucieye Shuttle Sewing Machine.
Stitch alike on both sides, nnd Is h nt.
licensed Shuttle Machine In the United Suites
for less than HO. It uses the CelehratrH wii.
son Feed, and Is acknowledgcdby all to be the
Ul rUIUIIJ juatamv lUI I1CUVY HQ( Ugllf UIT.
Ing In the market.
Addres MINER & PEARSON,
nl General Agents, Albany, Oregon.
MRS. S. J. KfJISEY,
PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE PAINTER
CAN BE FOUND IN HER STUDIO, on the
third floor of .Corbett's New Eulldlng, from
CB-LES.SOXS GtVKX IN UNDSCiPK PAINT-
KAST t RICHARDS,
Philadelphia Boot & Shoe
nave Just received a
Xcir Stock or Roofs and Shoes. Etc.
All arc Invited to call and examine.
No. 112 Front street (opposite McCornilck's
n3 Book Store), Portland.
IJR. 1L K. 1'ItEEL.VND,
(UTE OF SAN FRANCISCO,)
E IV T I S T
OFFICE CORNER FRONT AND WASH
INGTON STS., IHRTLVNO.
HAVING HAD A NUMBER OF YEARS'
practice In San Francisco, I feel competent
to do First Class Work In nil Dental Opera
tions. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Nitrous Oxide administered.
Rev. "Vm. Roberts, Judge O. , IViiny, Dr.
Dickson, Messrs Qulmby and Perkins, and
Mrs. Dnnlway.of the New NoirrnwEST. nl
nn. J. J. iI.E.VN,
EJTTI S T ,
107 1'ront Street,
FORT LAND OHEGOKT
Ii D. MIATTCCK. n- KILLIN.
SIIATTl'fli A KII.LIN,
VFFICE IN PARRISH'S BRICK, south side
Wakhlnston street, between Front and
First, Portland, Oregon. nltf
Mi'nniY t icei.lv,
lOCMUT riEODlCE, FRIIIS JLU VEGETABLES,
Oirncrof Thlrdand 'Washington strects(on
Ixlte I'resbyterinn CliurclO, Portland, Oregon.
uoous ueiiveretl loan pansoi tnevitj rnr.r-
PORTLAND CLOTHING FACTORY
Boj'N Clotliiiip; Eiiipox-Iiiin.
B1CTWEEN SECOND AND THIRD STREETS
.4. ROBERTS Proprietor
mr. if. Mcdonald
rS NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH
PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS
Business and Dwelling Houses
Or every description. Also
Churches, Bridges anil Fartary Ballillcgs.
Bills of Materials, together wltn Detailed
Darwlngs of all classes nt Ruilding.
All Work Wnrrnnteil.
OFFIf'E In Weller's Rullding. opposite the
Oni Finn Theater. n2
NEW PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY
On Front Street!
HAVING BUILT A NEW OPERATING
Room, nnd procured a new outfit ot Ca
meras the nesion tne coast anu oemg laieiy
fnnn California, with. nil the latest improve
ments in the art, I would respectfully Invite the
the Ladles and centlemen of Portland and vi
cinity to call and visit my new rooms. Hnvlng
nau nnecn years- experience in tne l-noio-eranhlc
line. and liavlmr the bet nnd largest
Toi-lJght In the oity, I will guarantee n true
and pleasing picture or no charge. Ambro-
ivpes, plain pnotograpus. enamcieu cams,
lteiiiliraiidts. Pictures coined. Views of resi
liences nt reduced prices.
uniy one iugui oi stair', uemcmocr tne
No. 107 Front Sti-cct. Iietween Alder and
Morrison. OLIVER DENNIE,
SAN FR.VNCISQQ ADVERTISEMENTS.
TOBIN, DAVISSON & CO.
INVITE THE ATTENTION OP THE TRADE
to their Ijirge StfK'k or
American, English, French and German
SMALL WARES, PERFUMERY, STATION
ERY, rOCKUT. CUTLERY,
Yankee Notions, White Goods,
GENTS' FUItXISHIXG GOODS
11 res Trim.
Hoslerx, Elr., Elr.. Ktr;
Corner Kutter and Knusonie St..,
ClIAllLF-S TEXCE CO
I FRENCH MILLINERY, STRAW AND
NUMBER 13 SANSOME STREET,
IX ween Bush and Sutter, next Cosmopolitan
Hotel, San Fmnci.-co.
No. 32 Rua dii Fauliourg-IVitssIonnlere, Parla.