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.JANUARY 5, 187
Early- .'-ettlkment OF OLYMPIA.
lie following account of the early set-
' tlcineiit of Olympla we give for the etli-
flcfltioninf our inaiiy subscrlliers in that
quarter: The land claim on which is
situated the town of Olympla wris settled
on by Mr. lilwanl Sylvester in the vear
of IStt. At that time the whole Putrct
Souud country was a perfect wilderness1,
excepting thescttlementsof ihoHudson
Ray Company at Nisqually, then in
charge of Dr. W. F. Tohnle, and a few
pioneer settlers at Tumwatcr and the
prairies south of Olympla, who came in
the year before. Mr. Sylvester resided
here three years alone, and in 1SJ0 went
to the gold mines in California. Ilo-
turning early in 1S50, he found several .
new-comers, among whom were three or I proper sphere. In alluding to the fact
four families, and shortly after his i that ayoung lady of East Portland, who,
return he had the town survdyed and I being doirous of coining some profit
laid out. One or two stores were ooii i from the hitherto unmitigated tobacco
started, which supplied several lumber- j nuisance,-has. gone into the cigar busi
ing camp, and the brig G. "W. Kendall, ncss, lie rhapsodic-ally exclaims, "If the
Captain A. R. Gore, was placed on the female Miflragists would undertake en
route between Olympia and San Fran-1 tcrpriscs of that character they would
ciseo, and a profitable business started 1 find their troubles and self-assumed
in furnishing the California market with ! ba(,S pf slavery flee mi rapidly that not
.-pars and plies, a large village of In-
,, iwui uiujji. oi jii
"y, on wc west side of the town. The
road to Tumwater was not open until . ,r . . . .
Ib.-,2, and the first bridge was finished . Mls,c 1"wieii.- c i take pleasure
the succeeding winter. All the other.5" """ending Jta. 31. C. White's
roads and bridges were later i.mlertak-
ings. The Custom-house District was
organized at Olympia November 10, 1S31
S. P. Moses, Collector. A weekly
mail (horselHick and canoe) service from
the Columbia river was first established
in 1S52 Messrs. Yantis and Iiabbe.-on,
contractors. The Down-Sound mails
were first carried in 1S54 by the steamer
T.f m , - ... " a . , . . . .
"""Puns, uaptain J. b. Hunt; ,
the same steamer
was snortiy alter 1
ih:kcu wiuic goin? into victoria liar-
lKr, and Mie was succeeded for the two
years following by the steamer Traveler,
Captain I. G. Parker. Tlie first news-
pnimr The CWwH&.Viji-printed north of
tlie Columbia river was issued on the
Jim oi fceptemuer, IS.,2, at Olympia, by .
-uera. ney a: Aiciilroy. Tlio Meth-
odist denomination had a resident
preacher at that time, but the French
Catholics built tlie first church, in 18.12. j
The first school-house was built in 1S33,
,ti'n!0.,!fli,H,O"!;tHetet, at ,,,-eCX;
Knic of and tlirough tlie enterprise of
ilm in.Ho ti. -o? ,..!. t...iu :. . '
isl by Mr. Edward Uiddincs. The
l.reMMit silo remains the landiiiL-of the
iM-oaii ami Snt.n.l ton,n T,. I. fll
of 1S53 General 1. 1. Stevens then re-
eently appointed Governor of Washing- j
ton Territory and Superintendent of In-
diau affairs arrived overland with his
(TomiHiny. In 1S5S Olympia
s the Capital of Washington
was made the Canital
Territory, and has remained so.
Xew Rooic jiy Mks. Victor. No
one rejoices more over
jKVts for Oregon and
torj- than Mrs. F. F.
person, perhaps, has said or written
tilings better calculated to increase an
interest in the prosperity of our State
than this ladv-bv her contributions to !
manj- of tlie leading journals and peri-1
odicals of the United States. The Ocer
laml Monthly for January and Febuary,
we are informed, will contain an arti
cle on Columbia river from her pen.
Just now she is engaged upon a work
in San Francisco nearly completed, of
over 800 pages, octavo, handsomely il
lustrated, entitled, "All Over Oregon ,
and Washington." That no delay may
attend the completion of the book, she
has concluded to ask of our citizens that
they subscribe liberally and pay in ad
vance for the work, thus enabling her
to carry it on without pecuniary embar
rassments. Tlie retail price of the book
after publication will be S3 but to all
who subscribe in advance the work will
be delivered at S2 50 per copy a small
sum surely which none who know
Mrs. Victor will hesitate to pay for so
good a purpose. Oregon lias been pe
culiarly fortunate in having a writer
like Mrs. Victor take an interest in the
State, and a generous community will
appreciate her eflbrts.
a change in the ritEiGiiT tkain. 1
Wnhinrrfin Trri v-iiaries uaruoii coiiiu, -umor. J-UI IIH.V;
W ashington Tern- IWlcd by James R. Osgood & Co., Ros-
. nun anuiiuwrc ion. we ocsnean lor inc enternrixinir
The freight train, says the JluUctW,Vbity, which completely " covered the
with a passenger carattached, will here- railroad track for a distance of soveral
after aiwl until further notice leave Port
land every Monday, Wednesday and
Friday morning, at the regular hours,
and run only to Albany. This is ren
dered necessary by the crowded condi
tion of the warehouses and the impossi
bility of relieving them until the weather
moderates. A freight car attached to
the regular passenger train will carry
frieglit from points south of Albany.
Wkather Items. From observa
tions tal;en by Henry L. Oxer, Librari
an, we get the following statistics for
Decombor: Total rainfall, 7.63; highest
temperature, 08, on the Oth, at 2 o'clock
i'. sr.; lowest temperature, 10, on the
2t5th, at 7 o'elock a. m.; mean tempera
ture, 3S; number of rainy days, 20;
number of snowydays, S; denthofsnow.
0.80. During tlio pat year, there were
155 rainv davs. and 11 snowy days,
total rainfall was 40.S7 and tlio snowfall
Clothing Empouu'M. Our friend
Roberts, on Washington street, between
Second and Third, is doing a thriving
business. We called unon him a day or
two sinee, and found a number of men,
women and Chinamen as busy as bees
at the various sewing machines, while
the smiling proprietor stood behind the
counter, ready to accommodate us with
marvelous good bargains.
Mcsic Tkacj i Kit. Professo r cWell,
a gentloman who is well known as a pi
oneer music teacher on this coast, has
lately returned from a long residence in
California, and informs us n,nf i, ,i
signs organizing a vocal and instrumcu-' ALnAlri" COM.EOE. This institution
tal music school in this place Hisiirt 8UCCCCllll,S admirably under Prof,
plans will soon be matured aud made Warren. A new term commenced on
David Nim-This indefatigable,
and intolhgent newspaper correspond-!
otitis furnisliinc a series of vrv ir.i !
estiug letters to the Oregon Good Tent- j
plar. Long may he continue to on-'
lighten the people with ills well-matured;
Ye Local's Admonition. Nov,
those who teach should set an example,
ho wo hoic our contemporary will com
mence the work of reform at homo and
brush awav the evils which bow down
the gentle scx, then when they are rid
of them go after the barbarous half of
mankind. It is not just to make a man
give up his pipe when a woman can
keep her coret and palpltator, which
are far more detrimental than indulging
in the weed. Herald Local.
"What in the name of common reason
ka "corset auu paipiuupr.;-, jiic very
rtoiiJcCturtt takes away Our breath! .Now,
1 nn Ua nnirthmrr flivtntiriii n.1
we suppose it's something dreadful, and
if women do Indulge in such naughty
habits as our smoking contemporary
declares they do, we're after 'em. La
dies, 'twill never do! You mustn't but
there, as we don't know what the thing
is, wo can't scold as we feel in dutv
bound to do. "Will ye local enlighten us!
Found at Last. Our friend ye local
of the Herald has discovered woman's
ovt" r r u, i , U , ,ca iu ,ncm.
ory." Ladies! here's a chance for vou!
Rut don't all rush at once.
stock the cigar market !
V ul"s " u,c "lw-
White has been teaching for a number
of months in this city witli very re
markable success. She has many nat
tering testimonials from teachers and
pupils, which wc have received too late
for insertion in this issue, but will give
them next week. Those parents wish
ing to place their children under the
care of a competent teacher would do
well to consult her before annlvinc else-
whorp. 1...ii.iiieo t. r. mill,,.,.,'.,
'n -Hit .tm..i ,.w ,i.i
"rcational church '
,.,wr,,, -.,-,- ,, ,
.scientific " onic "science and the
R"le," or the Mosaic Creation and
Modem Discoveries. Ry Herbert
Morris. A M Gicler & McCurdv
,T- , - .L"Co";r -uruj,
1 ul,,,s,,ers- This ls a valuable collection
of ancient and modern facts, discoveries,
investigations etc., etc, splendidly
I'rintSlalid bound and illustrated with
...... , ,, ,
numerous valuable encravlmrs. Mr.
Jrpy .Shelly is engageel in canvassing for !
1,118 ""uauie hook, which wc clieerfully ;
recoiiimcilU lO ail loversol USellll KIIOWI-
OrnXEW WavRoundtjie Would.
Mrs. Annie Slicllv is at nresent onimpod
-"-fi"g for a work bearing tl.
abovc litIe wliich promises to be of;
much more than ordinary interest. The i
book is beautifully illustrated with more
.1 1 T 1 .
uiau one nuuureu wood engravings anu
little canvasser a large ran of orders.
Amusement. The Theatrical Troupe, I.
""d5 - f the man aSe,net of -Mr- atltl
Waldron, supported by a large company
of amateurs, is playing nightly to good
audiences. The services of tlie Misses
Pixley arc also engaged for the season.
Mrs. Waldron bids fair to become an
especial favorite with the theater-going
public Tlie Pixleys arc already estab
lished iu the estimation of the lovers of
the stage, while Messrs. Rird, Barry and
others icrform their parts admirably.
The "Dramatic- Ciironic-i.iu" This
is the name of a neat little advertising
sheet, published iu the interest of
amusements, just issued iu Portland. It
is the exclusive house programme of tlie
Oro Fino Theater. It deserves success,
and should have it.
We would sooner fight and get
whipped than to turn and run any time.
Mr. O'Mcara, having tried .both plans,
certainly ought ought to know which is
the better one.
A Land Slide. On Friday evenim:.
Dec, 20th, a laud slide occurcdatOrecon
rods. A large force was brought to
bear, and the obstruction removed in a
Canai. and Locks. Work on the ca
nal and locks, opposite Oregon City, has
been temporarily suspended, on account
of the inclemency of the weather. Op
erations will be resumed as soon as the
state of the weather will permit.
Coi.n. The thermometer one day
during the cold weather went down as
low as W above zero at Albany,
which the Democrat mentions as tlie
coldest ever known there by tlio most
Editorial Cai.i We acknowledge
a pleasure call from Mr. Coburn, editor
of the Dramatic ChronMr. If la ,
i t becomingly upon him, and wo wish
iiim uiuuii success.
Wei-come Home. Our friotid and
follow townsman, Put. smith, Ksj., has
returned from a visit to the Atl.niiir.
tEtatcs,Hooking hearty and happy. We
Real Estate Transactions. The
real estate transactions for December,
to Thursday, the 2Sth, in Linn county,
amounted to the nice little sum of $31,
5C5. Crowded Out. An interesting artl
cle entitled "New Years Calls," was
sent in too late for insertion in this isue,
It will appear next week.
j Tuesday, the 2nd Inst.
AuKESTED.-Ex-Secretary May has
i .'"" ?. t .i-.i5:.t J
; uacik 10 me scene oi ins ueiaicaiiuua.
Wln.PptiittT t Tliinmqnli X' Trvlur-
of Albany, who were recently burned
i uui, liueiiu building again.
... .... inaiis. and is sold iiv suoscrintion on v. i
me origin pros- ,. . " r ri
Hek Ideas on "Woman Sufkkacje, In
ekkioient Servants and Things
in Gbnerau ' "' T1
Lilcrarj- stars, among their other.
troubles, are likely to be sought afterfor
meir opinions on the prominent ques
tions oi me uay. Anu it is only natural
that those whom we have known and
appreciated throuch their wrltinirs
should, when they visit the homes where
meir reputation lias Jong preceded
them, be asked how the new sights and
the new country have impressed them.
In pursuance of this idea a representa
tive of the Chronicle made yesterday an
afternoon call on "Grace Greenwood"
(Mrs. Llppincott.) and was pleasantly
received by that lady. In answer to our
inquires as to her lecture, announced for
mis evening, Mrs. Linnlcnott inrormeu
us that in it she would express her full
views of the
woman suffraqe movement.
We asked her if she did not believe that
mixing in public affairs and the free
dom of the ballot would havea tendency
to destroy the domestic qualities of
woman, aud, in fact, make her unwom
anly. "Jly no means," said the lady;
"this movement is the logical conse
quence of a free Government, and the
womanly woman will
NEVEK GItOW UNWOMANLY
Ry the assertion of what she believes to
be her rights. Tlie women of the Amer
ican fashionable world," pursued Mrs.
Lipponcott, "are to-day more unwom
anly than the actors iu this movement.
whom they affect to despise. I know of
no more domestic women than Mrs.
Howe, Lucy Stone, Mrs. Livcrmorc and
other prominent movers in the sufirage
agitation. And the ladies of the
KEFOKM l'AKTV IN ESGUSD,
Who arc concerned in this equality of
the sexes, are as refined and womanly
women as any iu the kingdom." In re
gard to the
IX)VE OF HOME,
She said that she considered the usclcss
ness and incfliciency of American ser
vants to be one of the great obstacles to
domestic life. Iu England the servants
are well-trained, respectful and trust
worthy. In tlie United States the dilll
culty in obtaining good servants drives
numbers of families to hotels aud boarding-houses.
Their love of home is fully
as strong as that of their brothers and
sifters across the water, but it becomes
almost impossible to make a home com
fortable with the class of domestics in
this country. Even iu the Territories
of the Far West, places but recently set-
s"e l,ad found homes as perfect in
- 41 111! f 1 t
uuiiii-siii; qualities us muse ui oiigianu
or the Eastern States.
Her lectures on the "Heroic of Com
mon Life," this evening, promises to
be one of unusual Interest. S. J- Cliron-
Flour-Extra, ST; Suncrnne, i(ai; Extra
"l"n0."ra;ia", io J w . j H?r uarrei.
Wheat Si l(y Zi oer cental, without mrli.
Oatu StVieiV! KT busliel.
llarli'y s2 O-Ytl 15 er centu!.
I"tato ocfl twrbu.licl; $1 33 per bushel
I iaiil rorrholce Kldnrj-s,
iiuiier Mneuairy, jwc per iouni.
lSaron Haini, IGIV jkt ; Sldei, )4jl0o
i-r tb;Shoulileni,!10Uc ierli.
Itnl In kes,ljllJi: pcrCi; In con, 1K1Gc
Rd,Hi2c ler a; SIlversklnB.e
3Jo jer Hi.
' MeatB Hozi.SO7ier 100 II'
! lio tt; Sheep, $2 Soya each ; Veal, usc tcr n.
xalt-Cnrem IMaml ana Rjy, ilikyM vr ton;
iKH . n:? peruozen.
-Uran.SSVfcT Mperlon; Mlddlingt,$iV
Ion: Ullmeul. SI7 TAWiO iut Ion.
ChlckcuH jj lVni perdureu.
Turnliw ip ner fc.
j Parsnips 2'c per IS.
soap coigute, $2 ir box; McKeon a ir-
uarroiK -a: per 10.
can's Olive, il 73 per box; IrvlnsN, SI agl w
Coal Oil Devoc', -ISc; Daylight, 43e; .Stand
anl, I7e pcrcallou.
Unseed Oil 51 UVal 10 per gallon.
The followlns person are duly authorized to
aet ax Agentx for the New Nokthwjmt :
Mr. M.J. Kntlen Irtland
(I. IL lllood Travellns Agent
Mr. M. Jeffrie- .Travellnir Asent
H. II. Welch Washington county
Dr. J. WatU Lafavctle
A. N. Arnold Miiany
5. W. I.-nrson. .Salem
M. 1. Owen -Salem
Mix. ('. A. Colium- Oreiu City
Mm. J. DeVore Johnson ...Ore:roii City
Tho. I"arM)U5- Mllwaukle
IL 1'enlland The Dalle
MlvsKallie Applcgate . Youeallii
Mlw IL A. Ootiiil- . Hoelmrg
J. T. Scott, Esq Forest Urove
Mrt A. E. Corwin Nehalcm
i. W. Morgan Walla Walla
J. W. Jackson- Eus'-n
K I". Higher -San FranciM-o
Mr. 1-Aiini DcForce Gordon. California
MIs Nellie Movsman Olympla
Other parties desiring to act as Acenli will
plea.se forwanl their name. We want A;cnls
at every ixntodlee llirou:hout Oreson and
JfY ONE WISHING THE SERVICKSofa
Compcleiit AinrrlCRU Nume
Can ecurt the same by eulllni; at the corner of
nun auu day ts. nsar
u m. r.inmsii,
Formerly or the Firm of
l"arrNh Jt Atkinson.
a. r. watkiss.
Real Estate Agents,
M Front St., bet. Washington and Alder SM.,
TN CONSKQ ITIJNCE OK A
orpfvisinucrshlnof the firm of lirrih. At
kinson A Woodward, In the Heal Estate Ilusl
ues, WE HAVE OPENED OUR NEW OFFICE!
And rcs(cetfiilly solicit the patronage of those
who may favor us. Our past cxierlciicc and
promptness In business matters Is well known,
special attention given to House ltcntlng and
(. cneml Collections.
WE El-Y AND KELT.
and County Property,
COLLECT NOTES AND ACCOUNTS,
Xegotlalc Loans on Approved Security.
rlj- TMrntjr 1nrV Kcsbtrnce
In Orcein has made us familiar with the value
ol City and County Property, together with the
Appertaining to the Iteal Estate business, par
lies win una il to iiieirimeres. io auvise Willi
Mr. 1'arrish, who Is the oldest Kcul Estate
Iioaler in the City.
Strangers rieslrlnsr Information
Are requested to call upon us. We arc pre-
pansi io oner uesiraoie invesimcnts in every
pun. oi urcgon anu wasmugion jcmiory.
We Are Well Supplied
With Official Maps, and other Important Infor
mation, n iiicu is oncreu to me iiiduc.
Uli l'AKRIMII A WATIUXS,
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE!
: 3 O O &- W 3 ft
Unparalleled Inducements to Clubs
THE NEW NORTHWEST,
A Journal for the I'eople.
DEVOTED' TO THEjIHTTESTS:"OFTHDMaHITi.
"ELLEN DOWD, THE FARMER'S WIFE,"
A Serial Slory which slv-s promise of being
even more Interesting than -Judith lteld," i
now bolus publUbcd Iiom week to week.
Arranjements have leen made to secure the
Services of a
COMPETENT CORPS OF WRITERS
upon any and all Riibjectxor PuUlc Interest.
Tlie Nkw Nonntwian- Ik not a Woman'
Itlghlx, but a Human Itl;)ils nnnin, devoted
to whatever ixjllcy may le neccs;iry to Kecuru
the jrreatet Kof to the create! number. It
know. no sex.no lHillUc.iio religion, no party,
no color, no creed. IU foundation Ik fastened
upon the rock of Ktemal I.lljerty, Uulvertal
Emancipation and I'litramineK-d l'rosres'iloii.
OUR PREMIUM LIST.
As an Inducement lor oar friends to make
exertions to secure large clubs for tlio Nkw
NoimiWEsT, wc oiler the following Hat of val
uable premium :
ror twenty subscribers, at $3 (U each, accom
panied by the cn-h, wc will elvc the HOME
KHUTTI.K SKWINI1 MACHINE, without ta
ble, beautifully ornamented. J'rlee, 3L
Kor thlrty-Ilve subscribers, at SUM each, ac
companied hv the cash, we will ghcalldME
SHLTTI.K skWINCJ MACHINE, with Illack
Walnut tabic, bronzed and nicely flnished.
Kor rorty sulserlleni, at S3 Oil each, accom
TI.K HEWING MACHINE, finished In extra
style, with Ulack Walnut tabic nnd cover.
The alnvc Sewing Machines, which are war
ranted llrt-class iu evcrj- tKirticular, can be
seen at the ofllce of tieo. . Traver, 112 Front
Kor fifty ubscrll)Crs, nt $.1 M each, acenm
anlel by tlie ca-li.wc wllllvc a MASON J:
llAMMN IOirrAIII.K OltlJAN, Tour octave,
single reed, with black walnut case, automatic
bellows swell, two blow pedals. Improved cen
ter pressure n-csl valves, etc .lrlce, i'X.
Kor seventy-flve subserilM-rs, at SS 00 each, ac
companied bv the cash, n double reed MASON
A IIAMI.IN OUOAN; resciuhles tlio tlrst ex
cept tliat It has also a knee stop. Price, $73.
For seventy-tlve snbvrrlK-rs, at $.1 tu each,
accompanied by the cash nnd twcntv-llve
dollars additional, we will give a MASON A
HAMLIN UIUSAN, or kivk otTAVIM, OXE
STor. SKMv-Aim-.STI0 IIKGII VAI.V1M, IM
I'ltOVKD 11BLUIWS, TKKJIWI.ANT AND KNti:
swr.i.i Trice, $100.
For one hundred subscribers, at p 00 each,
and twenty dollars additional, wo will give a
MASON A HAMI.IN OltOAN, KIVK ktavks,
FIVE STOfS, TWO SITS OK IEIUILVTOILS Tlinoi'GII-
oit, i.vi-iuivi:i (ii:Aiir.VTi:: sKi.i--AiurTixii
anu KNEiwwr.r.i.s. VIolA. DIAI'AHON.
KI.UTE,TUEMUl4.NT. Price. 12i.
Those who desire tcwork for these premiums
can send tlio names nnd money ns fast ax re
ceived. The subscrllcrs will Iks placed to their
credit, and If enough names art! not received
during the year to procure the premium de
sired they eanchoosca leaser premium, or they
will bn entitled to receive twenty-live percent.
In cash of the amount remitted for their labor,
OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST.
As Tm: New North west ha already proved
n )opular success, wo are decided Hint It shall
also prove n Titirxru.
To enable our friends who may decide to can
vass for our paper to bench! IhiiIi themselves
ami us by Increasing our Subscription I.Kts.we
propose to five the following additional Pre
miums ! canvassers :
Any ubscrllerwho Is In nrrears fur I he New
Nmmi wist, who wilt send ii-his or her own
subscription fee, and one new subscriber, ac
companied by the cash 56 00 we will gle:
A ilr Parian Marble Vases;
Or a llolicmlau tilass Vase;
(Ira Ilohemlan Glass Canl lteeclver;
Or S dozen Ivory Napkin Kings;
Or) dozen Plated Tea Siskiiis
Or 1 pair Alexandre's KM fllovw;
Or a spangled lady's Fan.tcntliensl edge;
Orau Album for holding lot) pictures;
Or an Album (extra) for holdlngCo pictures;
Orn Fancy IMter Case;
Or a box Toilet Articles, Including soap,
chalk, perfumery, cle.;
Or a Kerosene Lamp:
Or V, dozen (llass (ioldets;
Or dozen (ihiKsTumblers;
Ora large Glass Fruit Dish:
Or a Work lLiskei;
Ora Kino Embroidered Ilnndkerehlef;
or! dozen I.lnen Handkerchiefs;
Ora WxIcn Table Cover:
Or 'A dozcn.Tabln Napkins;
Or fi dozen Towels;
Oran elegant Portmonla.
Any subserllicr who Is In arrears torayear
MibscrIptlou,and who will send his or her own
subscription fee, nnd two new miIim-HIk-in, at
cnmpaulcd by the cash making i'J 00 we will
A set ol nogciV Table Forks, triple. plated, on
white metal, warranted:
on Mime inrmi, tv.irmnu.'U ;
Or a set or lingers' T-a Spoons, triple plated,
on white metal, warranted;
Or",ilozen lEogers'.t Kussell's Table Knives,
best UalIty, warrnutetl ;
Ora linndsomo ulrd Cagc
Any nerson In nrrenrsfor subscription to Tun
Nirw NoimiWEST. who will send his or her
subscription fecund three new subscribers, ac
companied by Hie cash, making SU! 00, we will
A handsome Man-allies Quilt;
Ora handsome Woolen Oullt. ml ami while
or blue nnd while;
Or two pairs of Nottingham I.-u-e Curtains;
Or three pair Alexandre's Kid (iloves. imv
color or size:
Ora Japanese Inlaid Work Ilox;
Or H yanls lest yd. wide sheeting.
Kor seven suhscrlU-rs nt 3 00 inch, amount
ing to s21 00. we will send :
An ext ra Castor, t ri nlc nlatcd. on whlto incLi
valued at !9 ID;
ora iiuys writing iiesc, or cfjual -aIuc;
Or aCablnct, Japanese Inlaid:
Oran Kit Japanese Inlaid Work Hox.
These articles arc all valuable, and are 'war
ranted to be Just as we represent them. Per
sons living in tins city or who can visit us can
receive these art Iclesrrom our own hands nt an
hour's notice; or ir not convenient to visit us,
wo will send the articles by express to any nd
dress. No order of this kind will receive attention
unless the cash accompanies It.
Send money In l)stoltlce orders nt the cus
tomary rates of currency, or send draft If pre-
All orders promptly attended lo.
Wc sincerely how that this unnar.illeled
oner, which Is a new feature In the iiewsiuper
business In Oregon, will meet with a hearty re
sKnse from the many friends of our jiajicr,
who up to this time have seemed to fall to real
ize that Tin: New NoimnvKsr cannot lie run
without money. Now Is the time to makeup
club. Itegln liefore some other person gets
the start or you. See what you call do for your
self, the ruimc ami iiik .m;v .xoimiWKsT
Dir. j. ;. (iinxx,
107 l'ront Street,
jirnniY .v iki.i.y,
COl.MliV rilOUlltFIIlIIS AMI lUil.TAULtS,
Corner of Thlnlnnd Washington slreets(op-
poslte Prcsbylertan i iiiircin, i-oniann.iirecnu.
uooos ueiiviireu iu an inv-mj
OK CHAHQE. "I
I)K. MAKY A. TIIOMISOX,
PHTSICIAN AND ACCOUCnEUR
TJESIDENCE AND OKKICE-THH.D KT.,
SX letween Salmon nnd Main, opposite the
mime fso.ua re.
Calls attended In anv uart of the city.
ltaltcrles for sale and Instructions given on
me use or electricity :u a ilemedlal Agenu ni
or. Second nnd lVnslilngtoil Ms.
TTAVINO IiErRvrr.v pititmrASKn this
-1-1 Market, I am now prvpared lo sell on reas
onable terms the best ilwits tlie country nf-
GIVES LESSONS ON THE PIANO AT THE
Residence! or Pupils.
r PERMS HEASONAI1LE. Satisfaction Guar-
Oregon Stale Fair, 1S.1.
this spaie r.tstm to ioi:
H1MES & BACHELDER,
Steam Eook nnd Job Printers, who Intend fill
ing It with nn advertisement as soon as they get
time to write one. In the mean time call on
them at in Front St. II you want any kind of
DR. W. B. CAEDWELL,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
GUADUATE OK BELLEVITE HOSPITAL
Medical College. Oitlee, No. 71 Kind itreet,
lietween Washington and Stark, Portland, Ore
gon. Ofllcc hours from ! . M. to VI M. ; 2 to 4, 1
to 9. v. it. Speciality, Diseases of the Skin.
Particular Attention paid to calls from the
A CARD TO THE LADIES.
ONE OK THE MOST ESSENTIAL IIUANCH
esofa I.ndy's r.dlirntloii
SCIENCE Ol- i:i.ECTItO-Ti:i.r.lMlHY.
THE TELEGI.APHINU DEPARTMENT
National Business College
Affords all the facilities for a thorough knowl
edge of this science.
Indies devoting one hour each day for three
months will become
FIRST-CLASS SOUND OPERATORS.
There U no business In the world more Invit
Ingir more appropriate for I.-nlles.
The study Is not laborious or tedious. To
those having leisure hours It would serve as a
Ladles may nccuiiv the highest Positions when
possessed with the required Skill.
Scholarship (Time Clilinil teil) g30. -Kor
further Information address
C. A. WHEELER,
1129 Uox Ml, Portland, Orejon.
Imjiorter and Wholesale Dealer In
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
AHats and Gents Foknishino Goods,
I.ndlcs- nnd Misses'
TUIMMMKD AND UNTItlJIMKD HATS AND
Frames, Ilralds, Cofds.'Ornampntu, Flowers
Klbbons, Trimmings, etc.
Dress Cootls, White Goods, Yankee Xo-
Ladles' Cloaks, CloaK Trim
AGENT OK THE EI.f.ENDAI.E WOOLEN
A Fnll Stock
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LATEST STYT.1S. II Y EVERY STEAMEK.
LADD & TILTON,
B -A. 3T BL DE3 DEI. S ,
TKI"OSrrS RECEIVED AND ACCOUNTS
I I kent sublect to check on draft.
INTEREST allowed on TIME DEPOSITS or
TRUST FUNDS, in sums or u.E DOI.UVR
AND UPWAItlis rrnm oateot ueposii.
MONEY I A IAN ED on approved security.
Uonds, Stocks and other valuables received
nn ilpixu.lt for safe keening.
Collections made and proceeds promptly re
mitted. Investments In Rent Kstate and other prop
erty made ror parties.
Sight and Telearahle Exchange on San Fran
cisco and the Atianticfsiaiesmrsaie.
Government Securities bought and sold.
Agent for the transaction or nil kinds of Fl
nanclat and Trust Iluslness. nj
nit. u. it. ritEELAxn,
luxir. or has nt.ssci.sco,)
ROOM NO. TWO, DEKUMS' BUILDING,
Cor. First and Washington Sts., 1'ortland.
itvn ttt vmmni op x-i. ......
practice In San Francisco, I feel comtietcnt
to do First Class Work in all liental ins.ni.
Nitrous Oxide administered.
iter. "Win. Roberts, Judge O. X. Denny, Dr.
Dickson, Messrs Qulmby and Perklus, and
jlrs. uiihik).i .uv-..s.n -unmwiai. ni
r, d. snAT-rccK. rt. kiixin-.
SIIATTl'CK A- KII.I.IX,
Attorncys-iit-laii -,v .
".rPlCE IN PARRISH-S RRIcir. u.1,11. .1.1
J Washington street, between Front ane
First, 1'ortland, Oregon. Ufli
TJXK WEED KEaLEDY.
THE LINK WEED REMEDY,
Oregon Rhoumatic Cure.
millS REMEDY IS COMPOSED OF THE
Thasplnm Cordatum Origlnls, Ijit. Indigenous
to Oregon. Grows most abundantlv and ner.
ectly In Washington county.
It contains an Active and Volatile Principle,
extracted uy f.iuer. anu a ouicr ionic i-rin
MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USES:
It Is the most sure nnd speedy cure for
Rheumatism, lineumaticuouinnu uucumaiic
Pains nfall kinds that was ever Introduced Into
the Materia Medlca. The UNK WEED REM
EDY, as prepared by us. In consequence of the
existing bitter principle, possesses the neces
sary virtue oi Doing a
Promoting the Appetite nnd Invigorating the
while Digestive Appuratus, thus building up
aud strengthening the system, while at the
same time the volatile principle, ls?Ing ab
sorbed In the blood, acts specifically on the
Rheumatic Poison, removing it from the circu
lation anu system.
There arc few remedies known to the Medical
Profession which will remove the Rheumatic
Poison from the blood, but whose action Is so
powerful In depressing the system of the al
ready enfeebled Rheumatic patient, that their
Use has to be abandoned before specific effects
arc obtainable, and hence the want of success
In treating this prevalent and consequently
heretofore Incurable disease. Unliko these
medicines, already known, the UNK 'WEED
REMEDY.nlthncgh producing as active and as
IowerfiiI effects on the blood and system In re
moving the Rheumatic Poison.. -ilso nossesscsa
strong Tonic and Recuperating Element which
admits of Its continued use even by the most
delicate and debilitated. Thus we have the
combination tor the first time or these two
necessary elements In one remedy, which ac-cnuntsrorltssupcriorandncver-fidliiigcuratlve
effect In Rheumatism, Rheumatic Gout and
Rheumatic Pains of all kinds.
X. R. The UNK WEED REMEDY Is partic
ularly APPIJCAHLE TO INDIES, in conse
quence oflts Tonic Qualities.
We are aware of the fact that It Is generally
an easy matter to procure certificates attesting
the efficacy of patent remedies from a certain
class of those who use them. We have selected
the rollowlng because the names attached to
them are those of men of the most careful and
scrupulous character, and because the large
class of their acquaintances In Oregon will not,
for a moment, accuse or suspect them of any
exacgerallon in me statements they inay
Certificate from the Deputy Jailor of 3Iult-
nomau uouiuy iau;
City Jail, Portland, Oregon,
June 7. 1X71-
Dr. A. M. Lnryca i Co.: I was attacked with
a severe case or rheumatism. It was In my
thlghs, hips, fingers, shouhlcr blade Indeed Iu
all the Joints of mv body I suffered creat natn
and anguish. I was attended by a regular idiy-
sician, om wiiii iiocurcu i was lnuuceu io try
yourUnk Weed Remedy, and it Immedlatelv
cured me up. I consider It, from my exiie-
riciiw, in oesi reiin-uy lurriieuiuaiism Known.
ALFRED K. TURNER. Denutv Jailor.
This Is to certify that the abovc statement Is
correct to my own Knowledge.
JOHN P. WARD, Jailor.
San Francisco. June I. lsn. I
Dr. A. M. Loryca it Co.: For several years I
have been subject to rheumatism In my right
arm aud shoulder, rendering me unable to
work. On n recurrence of the attack, some
time since, I was induced to try your "Unk
Weed Remetlv." and the result was a perfect
cure In a few days. I took only two-thirds of
me coniciiis oi one noiue. jiy urm oenei is
that the "Unk" Is a certain cure for rheuma
tism In all Its forms, and I would heartily rec
ommend all attllrted with that dreadful dis
ease to try your "Rciuedy" nnd lie cured.
JNO. R. lie LANE.
.Al.lii.ui. . aw .-.lllj.lf.-j , ivs,., hK'Ciai COn
trlbutorto the "Willamette Farmer," and Sec
rA.lff.ns T L'l.lt T
. l.ll J tllsr lf7jiJll J1UI IIITIllllinil JSsSCipy;
(c.mrn flM.n (r.ul. Aa ..--.
s-.nv,w, utunuil, juinrii S, Mil.
-v. -i. .-stun,- iuur wccks ago 1 was
entirely prostrated with rheumatism; In fact I
hh.iuiui uviiiil-ss i sen, io you xor one ID
ounce iMHiic oi inc l1 n u. v eeel ItemedyVby
the use of which I expcrlenccil almost Imme
dlate relief, and by the time the lmttle wn.
gone the rheumatism was gone. From mr
own experience, anu irom what I hnve heard
others say who have used the Unk Weed, I
v ui' iiohi cuit-iurrueiiiiiniism.
juui.ii..i.i-.iiuiij, .. u. -smi-UiV.
Certlfieale fmm Hon. A. .T nnritt- ...iwt.
dent or the Oregon State Agricultural Soclctv
and author of "Statistics ofOregon:"
. . E-ist 1'ortland, April 1, 1871.
Dr. A. M. Lorycn & Co.: I was afrlirtetl wlih n
severe attack of chronic rheumatism; was con
fined to my IhhI most of the time from January
to July, when I Used tlio ITnk Wcnl nn.l it
cured me up. A. J. DUFUR.
fl.., If.-i.n frti... l.imiu t.IA 1.. I . ,
stock-grower and "King of the Oregon Turf :"
Sauvle's Island, January 11,1871.
To Dr. A.M. IryeaACo.: TliislctoHckiuiwl.
edgo the etllcacy of your"Unk Weed ItpraMv.
or Oregon Rheumatic Cure." I was aruicted
inr moimis wiui a very serious attack of in
llammatory rheumatism, and tried nearly all
of the so-called rheumatic remedlc5 without
any rellcr tiercclvablc. I then tried your
Remedy, audits use resulted In the most happy
etrccts a perfect cure. Truly vours.
Certificate from the well-known merehmif
O. W. Weaver, Esq.:
Dr. X. M. Loi-yc-iWCo.: I have use, I the "iTntr
Weeil Remedy." and can cheprfnitv- r...
mend It to persons afflicted with Intlammatnrr
rncumausm. Jt eurca me of that disease. Jly
hands, wrists, ankles Indeed, all my Joints
were swollen and very painful.
o. W. WEAVER.
P.lrlul. f ' - T T S -.. . . . . . . .
V.s-l,lllv.iaa. .Ilfllt Altffl. II. JlUC, i 1IOI
Commissioner or Oregon, and a member of the
City Council ol East Portland:
a'.. ... .'a. aat.ij t.a u. v .... 4 liutc IK'Cll aiUlCieil
.ii.i j.... mill "wenKiicss in me
liack," and wandering rheumatic pains, ac
companied by severe constipation. Ry the use
air 0111. Itfaftlp iif vnnr "1-Mlr U'-l T.-i ,..
... ......... j ..n. niw iicumia.iii
Oregon itheumntlc cure," I have been entfriilv
reiicscu. anu 1 cneeriuiiy recommend It as 11
mast valuable and effective remedy.
-AT. II. LANE.
.... ... .".. ..iiia-iiii isooetis. J
member of the City council of East Portland:
- - -v.- s-iiis; i ms is to in
form you that I have usetl your"Unk Weed"
fur neili-!at.H'i nn, rl.n 1 . .
ilI.rrr.T .. V Isiiuis, aim Iotlllll
relief from the use of only one bottle, and can
v.... a. ... .iiuvt in iu-iii oi siiciiarcm
edy. Yours, GIDEON TIllHI-rTTS.
Ceiilflcatn from linn V t ra..t ,
County Commissioner oV Multnomah county"
- - el-'-
Kat PorUanil. Anril i. isti
Ilr. A. AT. Iin-ivi - rrt . t t i. .....
el llrmnljrt and am satlsfle.1 U U a valun-
111 A tit A I IaIha T 4 1 . . . a . . .
, " "m ,- a1- leKuiaiesnnu invigorates me
-....icin. 1 111s is my experience with the Rem.
edy. Truly yours, K. L. QUIMUY.
Certificate from the celebrated musician.
1-iiu.uiui s icuxtcmps:
Oreson Mulcal Institute,
Pnrtlnn.l. Muv 2!. 1S71.
Dr. A. M Iinrca .t Co.: I was attacked with
severe InUammatory rheumatism, suturing
great pain, and was so prostrated that I was
unable to tend to mv business. I used one bot
tle of your "Unk Yenl Remedy, or Oregon
Rheumatic Cure," and was entirely cured by
It alone. OTTO VIEUXTEMPS.
PUT UP IN TEN-OUNCE BOTTLES,
One Dollar nnd Fifty Cents per Bottle.
PREPARED AT THE
OREGON MEDICAL LABORATORY,
J3K. LORYEA te CO.,
EAST PORTLAND, OREGON.
bs-For Sale ur .vu. Duvgoistii. luU
A RARE CHANCE
A ONE-HALF OR ONE-THIRD
Mammoth Lumbering Mills !
SEATTLE, WASHTNGTON TEE.,
CAX BE HAD
pOR PARTIOUL-M INQUIRE AT THE
OFFICE OF THE "XEiV XORTUWEST,"
THE PROPRIETOR AT SEATTLE.
Nov. 20, 1871-n2
$20 A DAY
TO MALE AND FEMALE AGENTS !
rjiO INTRODUCE THE CELEBRATED
$25 Buckeye Shuttle Sewing Machine.
.-iini.il uiiiae on 00111 sines, anu is the only
llccuscd .'shuttle Machine iu the United States
Via laaais tlinn Call T. hum aanint .a. .a
" a. aaias . .71 1: Wl n.-(l II-
son l:ced,and Is acknowledgedby all to be the
best Family Machine for heavy and light scw-
aiai. aia inc aitiawa:L.
Address MINER A- I'EATLSON.
ul General Agents, Albany. Oregon.
JAMES F. BROWN,
Attorney, Counsellor at Law and
EUGENE CITY.... OREGON
Consultations In the Knsllch. Vrmri. Rsr.
man and Holland languages. nl9.
M.YIN STREET, DALLES CITY, OREGON.
OARD RY THE DAY, Week or Month, on
1 the most reasonable terms.
Superior accommodations for families,
Cncord Coach to and from the house free.
A large safe for the keeping ot valuables.
House open all night.
nl7 THOMAS SMITH, Proprietor.
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE.
ALBERT A. MalXNIXO
jr EErS A FI RST-CLASK BOA RDING HOUSE
IV. Tor the accommodation of people who pre
fer a quiet borne to the confusion oj a hotel.
Terms moderate. Olympla, W.T. natr.
CLARKE, HENDERSON & COOK,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Ladles' and Gents FaroLsfaln; Goods, ir., dr.,
Cor. First and Washington streets,
Portland, Oregon. Inl2
MRS. S. J. RCMSEY.
PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE PAINTER
CAN BE FOUND IN HER STUDIO, on the
third floor or Corbctt's New Building, from
It) a. yt. till 4 r. jr. of each day
Bd-Lt2W0K3 GIVEX IN laASDSCArE PAINT
MRS. IC LATAXESS,
JANCFACTUREU .VXD DE.VLER IN
SKIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, Eit,
Corner Front nnd Yamhill streets, rortland.
Skirts Mnde to Order
Of the best material, and warranted to lit.
All kinds of mending done.
GO TO HENDEE'S GALLERY"
T70R REMRR-VNTS. rllOTOGAFnS, SUN
V Pearls, Ijrc-slte Pictures, aud
TMcturesi of Eery Jrde.
ChlldrenN and bble,' Piclmv. take cheer
fully and satisfaction guarautcvii. ric.