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i Seller IfoViteei
FRIDAY OCTOBER 0, 1871.
The following iwr-ons arc duly authorized to
i.-t as Agents for the NEW AOKtiivMn-;
U. R. RlOOd
Mr. M. Jeffries..
It. II. Welch.. ..
lr. J. Wftttfc-
A. N. Arnold
u. W. Lawaou.
M. 1. Owen
Mrs. O. A. ColHim
Mrs. J. DeVore Johnson
111 ok. 1 -arsons . ...
T ravelins AKent
"BimKJn. Hi is i ni
mcnsc structure was completed Tuesday
niglti, ays the Orcgonian, and at half
pafct 11 o'clock r. M. the first locomotive
the J. B. slcphcnb ruu over it, haul
ins leu Hat car loaded with one hun
Miss Sallic AlcgHte
Miss IS. A. iwras..
.1 T KiVftU. K&a
I. P. risner -..sail rraneisco
Mrs. I.aura DeFwree Gordon-. California
other parties desiring to aet as Agents will
please forward their names. We want Agents
nt every iosUrlIlce throughout Oregon and
TELt-YoTni-Wim-lt, you are In NOW IS" THE' TIHETO-SUBSCRIBE I
irouuieor in aquanaary, tell your wire
that ia if you have one all about it at
rnnt fT,.., a 1 ff it III
bolve your diflicultv wxmcr than all! llnnarallP.fi lntlHC6niGntS tO Clllhsl
LVOUrlOffie. The wit, nftrnmnn linn hemi I
raisctl, but her instincts are quicker
iii.l I, ...... 11 I 1
dred and twenty tons ot iron, lliol wjti, your wife, or your motlieror sister, THE NEW NORTHWEST,
iirttige is even iiuumt-n ni u-mj anu e assured liciit will liasii uponi
ifeet lonp.- Tlteretarei two string-bcani p"""'" darkness, women are too com-
spans of a feet each, one at each end. i .
There are two Howe iruss spans or iil ' phieal student of the sex thus ludires hrvniED Tfl
each, and in the muiuie a draw zw feet tnein. nieir lnt ut Ions, or Inslglits, arc
in leiiRth. The first work done on the '"V". Tlm' au " cannot see a
n.ofifi. .1,,.. t o,.,i rat in t!,e meal, there is no cat there,
piers was on the 26th daj o. June, ' 1 eounselhif; a man to tell his troubles
the firt train passed over it on the 3d to his wire, wo would go farther and ad
dav of October, the construction occupv- ' vie Iilm to keep none of his affairs se-
- r I r f 1 1
nir onlv three inonths and seven days.
A Journal Tor the People.
Great Enterprise ix Southren
Oreoon A letter from Southern Ore
gon to the San Francisco Bulletin states
that the practicability and advantages
of irrigation will shortly be tried on a
great Hle in the Klamath country.
Jesse D. Qirr has made a contract with
Jesse Applegate to cut a ditch or canal
from Lost river through Klamath Val
ley into Klamath river, a distance of ten
mites, at a eo-t of $50,000. Tliis ditch
will tap Lost river at the gap of Klam-
atli alley and drain Tule lake, into
which Lost river empties itself, and
thereby drain at least 350,000 acres of
what is now know as swamp land, and
with the water of this lake aiTdTiver
irrigate, through the medium of this
ditch, the Klamath valley on the cot
ern side of Klamath river, bringing at
least 350,000acres more to yield from five
to ten times tho grass it does at present,
or what is more like, convert the whole
valley into wheat fields that will viol
with tho UmiMiua or Jtoguc River val
leys in productiveness. Mr. Carr has
the capital and enterprise and Mr.
Applegate has the brains and exper
ience to accomplish the work.
Lecture ox the Early Days oi
wKf.uiir. new ti. xi. spauKiing, one
of the pioneer Mjttlors of the Pacific
coast, says the Orcgonian, litis written
a letter to a friond in this city, antiounc
ing that he Mill be here next Mondav,
and that he desires on that evening to
"defend the early pioneers of Oregon,
especially the Presbyterian nilsfonaries,
in their successful, honorable, self-denying,
bloody efforts to save the Pacific
coast to the people of tho United
States, the Democratic Senate of Oregon
and the presentllouse ofReprcsentativcs,
1'. 8." "I will give a brief account,"
lie says, "oT the glorious success of our
mission to "Washington in the Senate of
the U. S. lat winter, the important ac
tion of the General Assembly of the
Presbyterian Church at Chicago last
May." Arrangements' will be made by
IKirties here to provide a hall for Mr.
Spaulding. The address will be free.
Okixww State F.vnt. Next Monday,
the 9th inst., the Eleventh Annual Fair
of the Oregon Agricultural Society will
commence at the Fair Grounds near
Salem. Arrangements have been made
by whieh the heretofore almost unen
durable dust on tho Fair Grounds and
on tho roftd to and from Snlem will be
laid by sprinkling. The Oregon & Cal
ifornia Railroad will be finished as far
as Eugene City by the conimoneemenV
of the. Fair, and new additional passen
ger ears will be put on to accommodate
the multitudes who will repair thither.
The display of articles competing for
premiums promises to rival the best
exhibit of other years, if not indeed to
eclipse it. Everybody is going, and
everybody should go.
Tim EMi'ini: IIoteu This hotel at
The Dalles is one of the best-ordered and
most commodious and well-kept houses
f public entertainment in the State.
Tlios. Smith, proprietor, is an accommo
dating gentleman who is untiring in
his eflbrts to make his guests comforta
ble. Furthermore, he proves his adapt
ability to his position by advertising in
the New Xoutiiwest. Let our valley
friends remember to give him a call and
satisfy themselves of the excellence of
the table, the cleanliness of the house
and the aflkbilitv of the landlord.
The cost of the bridge is in the neigh
borhood of $00,000. The immense weight
of the train, over 210,000 pountI., passed
over without starting a bolt or rod, or
cracking a casting. Some iron had al
ready been run across, and the track had
ben laid for a short distance. Tiie
track will be laid to Eugene City by
Sunday noon or night, and the first reg
ular freight train will start from Eugene
for Portland at 10 minutes before nine
next Monday morning.
td AJ l CJi Cuw ST.,
San Kkancico. (
( UlUNClI, la KlttSTftT.,
The Smaix Pox. It is reported that
the small pox has broken out sit Walla
Walla. The disease is said to be rapidly
spreading, and nu-iincss is very nearly : sile most craves
not reciprocate, If but for the pleasure of
meeting commence witu commence.'
We are certain that no man succeeds so
well in the world as he who. taking a
partner for life, makes her the jmr titer
of all his purjxjses and hones. What is
wrou of his imnulses or imlirineiit, she
will check and set right with her al
most universally right instincts. "Help
meet" was no insignificant title, as ap
plied to man's companion. She is a
meet help to him in every darkness.
difficulty, and sorrow of life. And what
suspended. The first case there was I confidence without which love is never
brought from the Oro Fino mines, free from shadow
Travelers up and down the Columbia
will no doubt be a little careful lest they
come in contact with this loathsome
scourge. The city authorities of the
various corjwrations in immediate dan
ger should take hasty measures to pre
vent its further spread.
Tit.vixs roit F.vm Week. During
the Fair week, commencing next Mon
day morning, passenger trains will leave
Portland at 7 A. jt., arriving at Salem in
three hours. The return accommodation
train will leave Salem at five r. M., and
arrive in Portland at S v. m. Trains will
also leave Eugene City every day at S:40
a. m., arriving at Salem at 10 A. jr., and
returning leave Salem at o i m., reach
ing Eugene City at S:40.
Tin: Home SittTTi.E Sewing Ma
chine. This excellent machine, which
we oiler as premiums for subscribers to
the New Nokthwest, will be exhibited
at tho State Fair by the Salem agents,
Messrs. Royal A Smith, who will take
pleasure in showing the Indies and
gentlemen present the variety of work
to whieh it is adapted. The General
Agent in this city is meeting with ex
cellent success in disposing of them.
Wbathhii Notes foii Sbitbmiibe.
The following observations for the
mouth of September, JS7I, were taken at
the rooms of the Portland Library by
Henry L. Oxer, Librarian: Highest
temperature, S9 on the 10th, at 2 1. m.;
lowest temperature, 44 on the Sth, at 7 A.
K.; mean temperature, OS9. The rainfall
was 1.13 inches. There was considerable
foggy weather during the mouth.
THE INTETESTS OF HUMAHIIr.
Our Intensely Interesting serial story,
X l'lnliw Story of a Plain Woman,"
eret from her. .Many a homo has been Is now being puMM.ed from week to week.nnd
...HiuiMicuauu many a luriuiie re- , attracting universal attention. A limited
in J , ? V " commence in "is supply of hack numbers yet on hand.
"vuti nun. woman is iur mure u
seer anu propnet- man man, 11 sue nave Arrangement have been made to secure the
. tan I'liiinuc. as a general ruie ivra Service of
confide the minutest of their plans and '
tuoiigiits to their Husbands, Having no comctitni vuKr-a ur WRITERS
Involvements to screeii from them. Why UDO am, aI, ,,.,, or p..,,,,- ,,.,
The Xkw Northwest Is not a Woman'
Eights, but a Human Eights organ, devoted I
to whatever policy may be necessary to secure
the greatest good to the greatest numler. It I
l:nou no sex.no iolltics,no religion, no party,
no color, no creed. Its foundation Ix fastened
upon the ruck of Eternal Liberty, Universal
Emancipation and Untnimnipled Progression.
OUR PREMIUM LIST.
As an Inducement lor our friends to make i
most deserves, is exertions to secure large clubs lor the Xkw
onTiiwr-T, weoueriue lonowiug list or val
ror twenty subscribers, at 3 (0 each, accom
panied by the cash, we will give the HOME
SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, without ta
bic, beautifully ornamented. I'rlee, J30.
Kor thirty-live siibMrrlbers.at SJ 00 cach.ac-
compaulcsl by the cash, we will give a HOME
SHUTTLE SKWINO MACHINE, with Black
alimt table, bronzed urn! nicely tinishud.
Kor forty MtbTibers, at 3 CO each, accom
panied by the cash, we will given HOMESHUT-
TLE SEWINli MACHINE, tinMicd in extra
style, with Illack Walnut table and cover.
The above Sewing Machine., which are war
ranted llrst-ela-s In every particular, can be
seen at the otHce of Ccu. W. Tniver, 112 Front
street, Portland. g
For nny subscrilK-rs, at ;5 0D each, accom
panied uy me cash, we will give a MASON A
HAMLIN ItMtTAULE OUOAN, four octave,
M . CRAY,
Importer nud Dealer In all kinds of
Sole Axeill for tiie l'neilie (unit
STEINWAY'S AND OTHER FIRST-CLASS PIANOS,
Tlio "Burdett" Ox'jraiiK
TJ E L ESTATE
Stitz el & uptoN
REAL ESTATE BROKERS!
CORNER FRONT AND WASHINGTON STS.,
Agents for the Sale of lots and Blocks In
THE UNK WEED REMEDY,
Oregon Rheumatic Cure.
THIS RF.MRDY IS COMPOSRD OF TUB
Actlvo principle or tho Unk "Weed, H&s
Thasplum COrdntum Originto, IjL Iixlenowi
to Oregon. Grows most abundantly and per
fectly In Washington county.
It contains an Actlvo and Volatile PrlBelnle,
extracted by Ether, and a bitter Tonic Principle.
PIANOS AND ORGANS TO RENT
And rent applied to purchase.
ALL KINDS OK MUSICAL I.VSTRUMEXTS
Tn n eil nml Itepiilrcil.
Every Instrument Fully
FOR FIVE YEARS.
Rtween Washington and Alder, nxt to Dr.
I single reed, with black walnut eae, automatic I cation to
AKeiltx lu i:ery Toun In the Mute.
Catalogue and Price List Mint free on appll-
. I IelltAXS.
Manager Gray'.i Rranoh Music faore,
. 121 First St., Portland, Oregon.
August 1, 1S71. lull
THAN ANYWHERE ELSE
ON THE PACIFIC COAST
Ackeraian's Dollar Store !
bellows xwell, two blow pedal;, Improved cen
tcr prenure reed valve, etc Price, $.71.
r or fievciity-tlve nub'icrlbiT!', at S3 00 each, ac
companied by the cash, a double rcedM.JfsON
A HAMLIN ORGAN ; rexemblc the llit ex
ceptthat It has also a knee stop. Price, STi
Kor Keventy-tlve sub"crllcrx, at &(0 etich.
aecomiKinled by the cash and twenty-flve
dollars additional, we will glvo a M.VSON A
i..v...i.. , riVE OCTAVES, ONB n. rL Ki t -.. I
CTOf. nKi.i'-Ai.ii'.sTixo itKEr. valves, im- Knni 3II1I ollllc 111 H III I d Ij I U I V I
swr:i.T. Price, 11.
For one hundred subscribers, at 1 00 each.
and twenty dollar additional, we will give a
MASON .t HAMLIN ORGAN, fivi: octave.
FIVE STOPS, TWO SETS Of IttlllLV TOILS TllltOUlill-
OIT, IMI-noVEl) OIUDfATEII .Snt-K-AIUUSTISU
ltEEu v.tA-is,tMrnovEi HEt.uw.s,TitfarursT
and KNEE-swEr.r.i. VIOLA. DIAPASON.
FLUTE, TREMUUVNT. I'rlee, jlSV.
Those who desire to work for these premiums I AniFS1 AND GENTS' FINE SHOES
run S.M1U me names aim money us last ns re
ceived. The subscribers will Ik plnceil to their
credit, and If enough names are not received
, fW OCR PATRONS AND THE PLM1LIO
1 Genenilly desiring to make SAKE and RK
LIAISI.E INVESTMENTS IN REAL l'ROP
ERTY.wc beg leave at this time tneall your
attention to mis iiesimoie inici, wiueii nas
been subdivldeil Into Rloeks and Ixits.and Is
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 tor
Suburban Residences ot any onered in tills
market, the land having a gradual slope from
the river back to Seventeenth St., there being
searcelv anv Klock in thccntlrc tract but what it
Flr View of the City of Portlaud and the Wil
lamette river can be had.
Another advantage tills property will have
for residences : No high water will cverafl'eet
the drainage of the city.
THE O. A C. R. It. COS NEW KERRY 1SOAT
Is now making regular trips from the foot of
K St.. Couch's Addition, to the loot of Oregon
St., Holladay's Addition.
IMPROVEMENTS TO BE MADE:
rmm '':iiitiiT imiirovenieiits now ill
contemplation by tiie Railroad Company, In
tlic construction ot v nanes, arenouses ami
Machine Shops, mute a number or citizens win
commence erecting Uno llesiuences anu lius-
lness Houses. Also, street Improvements, un
der contract, by gradingand planking Holladay
Avenue lis cmiro icngiu.ro connect, wiui ino
Sandy road. We can say that at least Half a
Million rwuars win oe expeniicii in permanent
improvements on this Addtlon the present
Tenui of fnle:
It Is the most sure and speedy cure far
Rheumatism, Rheumatic Gout and Rheumatic
Pains of all kinds that wasever introduced Into
the Materia Medica. The UNK WEED REM
EDY, as prepared by u. In conseijuoneo of tho
existing hitter principle, possesses the neces
sary virtue of being a
Promoting the Appetite and In vigomtlisg the
while Digestive Apparatus, thus bulkllmc up
and strengthening the system, while at the
same time the volatile principle, lenn ab
sorbed In the blood, acts specifically on the
Rheumatic Poison, removing it from the circu
lation and system.
There are few remedies known to the Medical
Profession which will remove the RhettmaUe
INilson from the blood, but whose action 1 so
liowerful in depressing the system of the al
ready enfeebled Rheumatic patient, that their
Use has to be abandoned belore speeltie elleeU
are obtainable, and hence the want of Mteeess
in treiitiiiir this urevalciit and consequently
heretofore incurable disease. Unlike these
medicines, already known, the UNK WEED
REMEDY.although producing at active and as
jiowcrtul effects on the blood and system In re
in. Ing the Rheumatic Poison, also possesses a
strong Tonic and Recupcrating'EIement which
admits of its continued use even by tliemost
delicate and debilitated.- Tims we have the
combination for the llrst time of these two
necessary elements in one remedy, which ac-eount.siorllssuperIornndnever-falIiM!efaiive
eflects in Rheumatism, Rheumatic Goat ana
Rheumatic Pains of all kinds.
X. R. The UNK WEED KKJIKPY is partic
ularly API'I.ICAllLE TO LADIES, In conse
quence of Its Tonic Qualities.
kClltt Oillv MtlllllflKitOl'J-
Uu the Northern Coast I
LATLir .1M 1XS UlllhV, MPiSbVAMI rillLUiltO'S during the year to procure the premium de
sired they can choosea leaser premium, or they
Velvet Hats !
School Lecture. A copy, in nam-!
plilot form, of a lecture on "Free ScIiooIk
for Oregon," delivered before the Marion
county Teacher's Institute, Augut 17th,
by Mr. J. A. "Waymire, has been sent
u.. Ave have not hail the time to criti
cally examine it, but judge It to be
Wasco CJouxty Property. The
total value of property in Wasco county
13,1,943,142, but under the 1lav which
allows indebtedness to be deducted,
780,000 of it oeupes taxation.
TIIR.VTRUAU Mr. and Mrs. K. M.
15a tes will return to Portland shortlv.
I ,1, i1 nfimliioilpn ;illoflinr ,liv!irniniif n i
Oro Fino Tlieater about the 153d last.
AT OUR ONE DOLLAR STORE
We have lUp-Ktalrs) the Largest and Rest Se
lected Stock of
FANCY GOODS AND TOYS,
ALL OUR OWN IMPORTATIOX),
Wliolesnlr mill Itetnll.
Portland, Oct. !, 1S71 n21
Whe-vt. Nearly one thousand tons
of wheat are now lying in warehouse at
Oregon City. Three lwaU are now
carrying wheat down from above.
Good Templars' Hall Mr. Jacob
Ktitzel aunouuees that nearly half the
stock for a Good Templar's Hall in this
city lias already been subscribed.
PitoSPEROUS. The Corvallia Gcuclte
boasts that twenty dollar pieces are as
plenty in Benton county as half dollars
were last year.
What Galusha A. Grow Says.
The following Is an extract from a Pen
nsylvania paper: "Hon. Galuslia A.
Grow 1ms turned from a three months'
trip to tli Roeky Mountains, Califor
nia, Oregon and Washington Territory.
The honorable gentleman, who is one
of the closest of observers, rpenks in
terms of highest praise of Oregon; de
claring that tho future greatness of the
Pacific coast will be owing to the devel
opment of Oregon, which is a far bettor
farming and grazing country than
much-lioasted of California."
Articles of Ixcorporatiox. A lo
cal insurance company, under the name
oftheXorth Pacific Marine Insurance
Company, .ays ilxelferald, has been or
ganised in this city, and filed articles of
incorporation recently. The object of
the corporation is to transact such bus!
lies as aiiiertaii)s to it. Its duration is
toliea term of fifty years. The capital
-took is to consist of $100,000, divided
into shares of $100 each. The principal
oineewiii be in this ei( v.
XoRTiiniiN p. r. it. Bonds T.v
ken. uen. niton is authority for the
staiomeut, aecortllng to the Orcaonlmu
that London bunkers have concluded to
take fifty million dollars of the bonds
t n. -v ii. v-w n
ot trie .oriiient x aeutc Kailroad. The
news was received by telegraph from
Air. .ucuunocn, ionuon, to Jav Cooke
New York. Thus every obstacle to the
rapid construction and early completion
of thb road is removed.
Alhany Saw Mill. C. C. Ivtihn is
putting up a new saw-mill at Albany,
which will cut ten thousand fectper day.
Guide Boards. The Fanner adver
tises for "twenty thousand good guide
boards for Oregon roads."
Ixiad. The Olympia TribHm says
that- Puget Sound will f-oon furnish coal
for tiie whole Pacific coast.
BANCROFT & MORSE,
wholealr and. rrtail
BOOKS, AND STATIONERY,
NhwM. K. Church.: ThcMclhodMsf
have nearly completed a new church at
Salem Water Works. The Water
Works at Salem are now in operation.
Presrytery. The Oregon O. S.
iL'resby tery met at Corvaliis (Thursday).
Lbe Mission Cemetery. a nlat of
ground tobft jisejl 1fprthe purpose or
sepulture lnfr been laid off near Salem
and named "Lee Mission Cemetery," in
honor of the earliest Methodist Mission
ary of Oregon.
Jenny June in her last fashion arti
cle writes sensibly, as ioiiows:
"The braiding and embroidery mania
has probably reached its height, and
mav henceforth be exiected to decline.
Tho literal ovcn-Iaughing of every ar-1
tide for household use and family wear,
by- heavy designs executetl in coarse
stitch or cotton braiding, the adding to
this everywhere and on everything,
vanls and vards of ruflling and nuffinu
becomes not only wearisome but pain- ,
ful when one reflects upon the amount ;
of time and labor spent upon it. If the j
wife of the millionaire wants to throw i
away money ou.drcsslng sacks covered (
Willi einuroiucry, letueruotu ii sne i
wants to render her baby's life a torment .
to itself and others, let her add the hor
rible milling and pulling ana braining
and bill!" embroidering to a dragging
Ieinrth of skirt, because tne quicKer its I
little life is ended the better. But, for
the poor, hard worked mothers to try to
follow such an example is idmiily in
sanity. Let her put the cost in the fine
ness and purity of the material, make it
up plainly but amply, and spare the la
bor 'and quick distinction of trimming
104 First Kirret,
: .'! sail.
Corner rilllt auil ColiimblH Strcrt.
Wednesday, September 13, 1871.
MAIN STREET, DALLES Cm, OKtuu.-s
TJOARD UY THE DAY. Week or Month, on
JL me most reasonable term.
Atinerlnr nnvtrnmnililtlani for families.
Cmcord Coach to and from the lioue free.
A large rare for the keeping ot tuiuuuic-,
irmisj onen fill nlcrhf-
nl7 THOMAS SMITH, Proprietor.
will bo entitled to receive twenty-five tier cent.
In tli of the amount remitted for their labor,
OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST.
a populnrMicecvi, we are decided that it liall
To enable our frleniN who may decide to can
vass for our aHr to lK-m flt both theuiclv"
and n by Increnj-liiiourSiiWrlptlon IJts.we
propose to give tlio foilowlns nddlllou.il Pre-
miumn to cnnvaxtcni :
,ny xuliwrilKT who U in arrcon. for the Xi:w
Noktiiwkst.wIio will send uohU orherowu
subscription fee, and one new Mibcriber,nc-
conipniileil by Ihe cah tt)-we will give :
A pair Kirinn Marble Vane:
Or a Rohemlnn Oln. Vne;
Ora llolicmtnn Gln-i Cunl Roeelxer;
Or dozen Ivory Xnpkin Ringx;
Or J4 dozen Plated Ten Simkihi;
Or I pair AIoxnndrcN Kid Gloves;
Ora hjKingicd ijidyN Fnn.Ieatlicreil eilae;
Oran Album forlioldlus VO picture;
Or an Album (extra) for lioldliisW pieturc;
Orafmicy letter f!ae;
Or a Imx Toilet Articles, Ineludlnf; foap.
chalk, ierfuiiier-, etc.;
Ora Itrltaniila Twi Pot;
Or a Kcroene Limp;
Ordozcn f!In-. Ooldet-;
Or dozen (!la-TumbIer(-;
Ora InrseGl.isi Fruit DIli;
Ora Work Rasket;!
Ora Fine Embroidered Handkerchief;
Or H dozen Linen Handkerchief;
Or a Woolen Table Cover;
Or dozen Table Napkin;
Or H dozen Towels;
Or nn elegant Portmoiila.
Any Mibtcriber who H In arrears lor a year1
Kuhhcrlptlon, and who will send hl or her own
subscription fec.nndtwo new ubcrlbersi, ac
companied by the caxh makliij; Sfi DO we will
A ct of Rose-rs' Table Forks, triple plated, on
white metal, warranted;
Ora wtorRoscns'T.ihleSiioonstrlpIc plated,
on white metal, warranted;
Orn set of Ro;crx' Tea Kpooni, triple plated.
on white metal, warranted:
Or M dozen Hoser' A RuwelPs Tabic Knives,
bet quality, warranted;
Ora lmiid-ioiiie RInl Case.
Any person In arrears forMihscriptlon to Tin:
Xkw NoitTHWEST, who will send hli or her
subcrIptlon fee and three new subscribers, ac
companied by the ca.h,makln: $12 Ci), we will
A handsome Mirsailles Quilt;
Ora linndMjine Woolen Quill, nil and while
or blue and while;
Ora pair ofTuble Cloth;
Or two pairs of Nottingham Lace Curtains;
Or three pairs Alexandre's Kid Oloves, any
color or size:
Ora Japanese Inlaid Work Rox;
Or IS yards bet yd. wide Slicctlni.
For seven subcrilers at 33 Oft cach.aniouiit-
Inj; to 21 00, we will send :
An extra Castor, triple plated.on white metal
valued at 9 (0;
Or a Lady's Wrltlns IKsk, of ciptal value;
Or a Cabinet, Japanese Inlaid;
Or an Extra Japanese Inlaid Work Rox.
These articles arc all valuable, and are war
ranted to lie Just as we represent them. Per
son living In this city or who can visit us can
receive- these nrttclcsfrom our own hands at an
hour's notice; or If not convenient to visit us,
we win send the articles by express tnanyud
No order of this kind will receive attention
unless the cash accompanies it.
Send money in Postouicc orders at the cus
tomary rates of currency, or send draft If pre-
All orders promptly attended to.
We sincerely hope that this unparalleled
oner, wiucu is a new reature in the newspaper
business in Oregon, will meet with a hearty re
sponse from the many friends of our paper,
wno up to tuts time naveseciucd to fall to real
Ize that The New Northwest cannot be run
without money. Now is the time lo makeup
clubs. Begin before some other person rets
the start of you. See what you can do for your
self, the Public and the New Xorthwjwt.
Forir ier cent. cash down; deferred nay-
meiits.sixaiid twelve months, with interest at
the rate or ten percent, per annum.
-0 QUESTION AS TO TITLK!
Oner for sale a large amount of 1HJRTLAXD
and EAST nmi i.a:s i isr.-siui-iuK anu
BUSINESS PROPERTY. 1
Inrtles wishing to purchase farms or binds
will lie convoyed to them and shown the same
free or cliarxe aim ill an limes io sun i lie
convenience of our patrons.
A large amount, oi cuoiee r aumii, l.A.iirs
for sale situated lu Multnomah, Wnshlnton,
Yamhill, INilk, Ronton, Lane, Marlon, Clack
amas, and other counties of this State. For
PRICE LIT call at our ottlce.
Eighty Acre Lot forsale.adjolnlnts Holladay's
iddltlon on the east. Apply to Stltzel A
Five and Ten Acre Lots for sale, adjoining
East Portland, on reasonable terms. Apply to
stltzel A- ITpton.
Five and Twenty Acre Lots for sale on the
MeAdamized road three miles south of the
city limits. Apply to Stltzel i Upton.
HOKS OF EVHRY CLASS
to Order on Short Notice,
Wholesale aud Retail.
3STEW S'CC'rX2SS !
ANE BEING MADE DAILY.
PACIFIC BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE,
I'rotiiunu. tlllllliHii A Co..
Corner First and Morrison St., Portland.
J VST O ITT:
The Box-Toed Oxfords and Gaiters,
The easiest tilting Summer Shoe made.
AUfru-t i, 1S7I. 1"!
SHADE & CO.
T ESIT-CTFI'LLY INFORM THE I"UIII.IU
XL that I hey have established a
PIONEER DYEING AND SCOURING BUSINESS
In this clly, and are prepared to receive orders
r.,r iiv..lii- milt I 'imiii inr I tulles' iiresses.
Cloaks and Mantles. Ali. IMinask Curtains
and Gents' Clothlns. A ork done In the best
stvle and Warranted. Kid filoves neatly
Cfeanscd. Piiaseglve us a call at our Dyeing
Establishment. First St.. oeiwecn uas ami
JUiy 1,1.1. Villi. nn..i.i.ivw.
BOARD AND LODGING.
A LADY HAS OPENED A
.... i ahaiiia unnor
HOAKU NU Anu uuuuinu n u t
v.r iiivimnies nnd Ijiliorlng Men. on Salmon
street, between Front and First, she respect
fully solicits a share of llttuic raironsige.
juiy i, iii. iiii
CAItMS TO ItrAT.
"c haven number of Improved Farms, ltu-
ateil in wasliiiieton county, irom lourieen to
twenty miles of Porland.
At Ibis oliiee, immcdiat4y, from Two to
Three Hundred Dwelling Houses, situated In
Portland and East Portland. Tenants waiting
patiently. ill STIT7.EI. A UPTON.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
ID JEi. "3T &OODS,
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
Hats and Ornts Kurnishino Goods,
I.ndleo- mill MNe.
TRIMMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS AND
Frames, Rmlds, Cords, Ornaments, Flowers
Rlhtions, Trimmings, etc.
Drrs Goods, White Goods, Tankee No
Ladies' Cloaks, CloaK Trim
AfSENT OF THE HLLENDALE WOOLEN
A Full Stock of Blanket, Yarm, Bea
ver, Tweeds and Caxsimcre
LATENT STYLES UY i:VEltYSTKi.3Ii:iL
M-uimninir.. nf (lie fact Hint It Isvenanillr
an easy matter to procure certificates atMMlHK
tne emeacv or paieni remeoies irom
class of those who usethem. We hve seleetau
the following because the names atutenwi
them are those of men of the most reftu d
scrupulous character, and leeaiie the urge
class of thclracquaiiitaneefi in Oregon will not,
for a moment, accuse or supee them of any
exaaacratlon lu the statement they may
Certlfleate from tiie Deputy Jailor of Mult
nomah Comity Jail:
City Jnll, Portland, Oncon,)
Jum T, 1S7L i
Dr. A. M. Iiryea A Co.: I was attacked with
a severe casu of rheumatism. It was In my
tlilRhs, lilix, llnrers, shoulder blade indeed in
all the Joints of my body I suffered great pain
and anzui'-li. I was attended by a regular phy
sician, tint with no effect. I wan induced to try
your Unk Weed Remedy, and it Immediately
cured me up. I consider it, from my expe
rience, rue best remeitv ror rnenniausm Known.
ALFRED F. TURNER, Deimty Jailor.
This Is to certify that the above statement is
correct to my own knowledge.
JOHN I". WARD, Jailor.
Altn California Rook and Job Printing Office,")
!iit California street, -San
Francisco, June 1, 1S71. )
Dr. A. M. Loryea Jt Co.: For several years I
have lieen subject to rheumatism in my right
arm nnd shoulder, rendering me unable tn
work. On a recurrence of the attaek, some
time since, I was Induced to try your "Unk
Weed Remeilv," and the result was a perfect
cure In a few days. I took only two-third of
the contents of one liottle. My firm belief is
that the "Unk" is a certain eure lor rheuma
tism in all its forms, and I would heartily rec
ommend all atnicted with that dreadful dis
ease to try your "Remedy" and be cured.
JNO. R. McLAXE.
DlLTLIlXGJaii Sr, CO..
Washington St., bet. Second and Third,
On TliiWl Sti'oot,
IlelMt-eii Morrison and Yam 111 It,
AT JOHN WILSON'S
CAN RE HAD:
A SO. 1 ATITICI.E OF
And all kinds of Pastry mually fauna lu a First
-Good delivered to any.jxirtcs the cliv
WH ITE .CO O DS-I'laln, Check and Strliyl
Nainsook, Soa Flnlsheil Cambric,
Ill-hop Ijmii, Victoria Lawn. SwLss
Mull, llalr, Cord and Checks, Twilled
Ixmg Cloth, Peouc, etc.
CORSETS-In White and Grey. The best
i assortment ever onereu. in mw -uhi-
i ket all sizes and prices.
H OS I ER Y Encllsh, French and German, in
! ordinary and extra lengths, for Ladles.
Misses and Children; Gents and
Roy's Hose and Underwear, etc.
! Hemmed and Hcm-stltchcd, Roys' and
1 Gents' Hemmed. Children's Linen
I llralded Suits, Dress Linen, Table
BLACK DRESS SILKS-"American Gros
Gralu," "warranted not to crack or
chanse color, under t lie severest nsase.
SUNDRIES-Fans, Parasols fsilk and al
P1' .S,lte ZePQf Knit Shawls,
Ladles' Paper Collars (a prize In each
box), Lace Collars, Rubber Cloth, Silk
Buttons TrimralnKanil Sash Ribbons,
elvct Ribbons, Lisle Thread Gloves,
NEW GOODS Opened every week. nl2
Certificate of A. R. Shlplev, Esq., special con
tributor to the "Willamette Farmer," ami Sec
retary or the Oregon Horticultural Society:
Oswego, Oresron, March 2S, 1571.
Dr. A. M. Loryea: Some tour weeks ago I was
entirely prostrated with rheumatism; In fact I
was almost helpless. I sent to you for oik 10
ounce bottle of the "Unk Weeil Remedy," by
the use of which I experienced almo-t Imme
diate relief, nnd by the time the bottle wan
sone the rheumatism was gone. From my
own experience, and from what I have heard
others say who have used the Unk Weed, I
lielleve It to lie a certain cure for rheumatism.
Yours respectfully, A. R. SHIPLEY.
Certificate from Hon. A. J. Dufnr, ex-Prest-dent
of the Oreeon state Agricultural Society
anil author of "Statistics of Oregon:"
East Portland, April 1, 1S71.
Dr. A. M. Loryea Co.: I was atllleted with a
severe attack or chronic rheumatism; wtt con
fined to my bed most of the time from January
to July, when 1 u--ed the Unk Weed and ft
cured ino up. A. J. DUHITIL
Certificate from James Rybeo, the celebrated
stoefc-jtrower and "Kins of the Oregon Turf:"
Sauvle's Island, January' 1 1. 1371.
To Dr. A. M. Ijnryea A Co.: TliisistoackiinwI
vdse the etllcacy of your"Unk Weetl Remedjr,
or Oreson Rheumatic Cure." I was n filleted
Tor months with a verj' serkms attaek of la
tin minatory rheumatism, and tried nearly all
of the so-called rheumatic remedies wUltotlt
any relief perceivable. I then tried yor
Remedy, audits use resulted In tliemost happy
effects a perfect cure. Truly yoHrs,
Certlfleate from the well-known merchant,
O. W. Weaver, Esq.:
The Dalles, May 3, 1S71.
Dr. A. M. Loryea t Co.: I have uses! the "Unk
Weed Remedy," and can cheerfully recom
mend It to persons atllleted with Inflammatory
rheumatism. It cured me of that disease. My
hands, wrists, ankles Indeed, all my Joints
were swollen nnd very painful.
O. W. WKAVKIL
Certificate rmm Hon. Nat. II. Lane, Pilot
Commissioner of Oregon, and a member of the
City Counell ol East Portland:
East Portland, April 19, M71.
Dr. A. M. Loryea Co.: I have been atllleted
for several years past with "weakness In the
back." and wandering rheumatic pain, ae
comiKinled by severe constipation. Ry the use
or one liottle of your "Unk Weed Remedy, or
Oregon Rheumatic Cure," I have been entirely
relieved, and I cheerfully recommend It as a
most valuable and effective remedy. .
NAT. II. LANE.
Certificate Trom Hon. Gideon Tlbbett. a
member of the City council or East Portland:
East Portland, April 7, 1371.
Dr. A. M. Loryea & Co.-Gents: Tlii tetoln;
i i....-A ,c.i vfnr"ITnk eed"
io i in tmti i ii---- - - . . .
lorneuralRiaana rhwimnllo n 'J JV!
ii.r .ri.n...Ani nil v miH iMiltle. atMi can
jgniuend It Jo those Vji"-"-
,,. unn. K. L. Oulmbr. ex-
County Commissioner of .Multnomah county,
Oregon: rwitiin.!. Anril 1. 1571.
. - inn-MilCa: Ihaveuscslthe"Unk
Weml ' licmedy." and am satisfied It is a valua
blenieillclnc. It resulates and Invigorates the
svsiem This is my experience wiin me item
sstcm. 1,"Tnl,yJ.oal E.L.QUIMHY.
Certificate from the celebrated musician,
Prof. Otto Vicuxtcmps:
Oregon Musleal Institute. )
Portland, May 22, 1871. f
Dr. A. M Iiryea t Co.: I was attacked with
severe Inflammatory rncumaiism, snnerlng
great pain, anu was so prostrated mat l wa&
unable to tend tomybusiness. I used one bot
tle or your "UtiK weed itemed-, or Oregon
Rheumatic Cure," and was entirely cured by
It alone. OTTO VIBUXJTKMPS.
PREPARED AT THE
OREGON MEDICAL LABORATORY,
EAST PORTLAND. ORHG01T.
PUT UP IN TEN-OUNCE BOTTLES,
One Dollar nml Fifty Cents per liottle.