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About The new Northwest. (Portland, Or.) 1871-1887 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1872)
FRIDAY. JANUARY 5, 1S72.
Tliorun or Floncr.
BV ALICE CAItv.
We must not hope to he mown.
And to eat her I lie ripe, gold earn,
rntil we have tint been sowers.
And watered the furrows with tear.
It Ik not Just as we take It
This myotlcal world oLoiirs; , . i
Dlfe's'tleld will yield, aSV-eTmake It,
A harvest of thorns or flowers!
Eleanor Her Life.
Eleanor sat at the window sewing.
She usually sat at the window sewing
every afternoon until it was too dark
to see any longer. Then there was sup
per to get, and the dishes to wash, and
then tnc cntiuren must go to bed. And
after that, the lamp3 must be lighted
and the sewing taken up again, not to '
be laid down until midnight. The room
where she sat had a faded look. The
Vanly-swept carpet had lost its fresh
es, and thtj plain furniture ltada,care-ully-kept
appearance Ji The portraits
were old-fashioned, and the delicate
muslin curtains were here and there
skillfully mended. A vase or two on
the mantel, a few well-worn books on a
stand in the corner, and a shelf of bloom
ingllowers in the window where Kleanor
sat, gave a toucli of refinement to the
ieat, plain room. Elennor, like the
ni, was a little faded. There were
ds of silver in her smooth, dark
-ItlifJiigu she- was but thirty-five,
. her forehead the lines were
declining. Then there was a
.ed look in her eyes, and a sorrow
irve to' the mouth. It was a very
face, though it had been pretty
)Ugh once. O, yes, Kleanor used to
e pretty, very pretty. Rut that was a
long time ago, when she was a girl.
There was a picture up stairs, in the
drawer where she kent her wedding
slippers, and tho children's first little
dresses, and all those tilings that women
treasure, a picture of a fair, young face,
with a little rose-bud mouth and laugh
ing eyes, and brown curls falling down
on the white shoulders, Eleanor's face
when she was young. She took it up
sometimes with a sigh, and then laid
it down quietly, anil .shut the drawer
resolutely, and went away down stairs
to her sewing. And the sigh meant a
great deal. It meant more than that
the face had faded. That wasn't so
much. Of course one couldn't keep
young and fresh always. Nobody could.
It meant that while the face had faded,
all the joy and hope of youth had. faded
with it, and fSlic had grown sad and pre
maturely old. She had been married
sixteen years, and she had two children,
Rob and Kllic, named for her and Rob
ert, her husband. People didn't like to
say much about Eleanor's husband.
Old women shook their heads, and said,
"Poor Eleanor!" and the men said.
"Martin might be a smart man if he'd
only behave," and there the subject was
dropped. She was very young when she
first saw Robort just out of school. He
was manly-looking and handsome, and
her friends thought it "a good match,"
for his father was ricli and he was an
only son. She didn't care for that,
though; Robert loved her, and she gave
him her whole heart. She remembered
so well the first time they met. It was
on a clear, bright winter afternoon, and
she was skimming over the ice in her
blue skating-dress, with her curls float
ing out under the jaunty cap. After
that, she used, somehow, to meet lilni
when she went down street, and then he
got to walking home with her from
singing-school, and then to dropping
in now and then of an evening. After
awhile, he came ofteucr, and staid
longer, and then there were sails on the
pond where they had skated in winter,
and moonlight strolls under the elms,
and at last one night, (how its memory
thrilled her yet!) he said those now,
sweet Words, how he loved her, and
would she be his little wife; and she hid
her crimson face on his shoulder with a
faltered "Yes, Robert"
And then well, after that, one
bright spring day, carriages hurried
hither and thither, and the bells
rang, and all in white she walked into
church with Robert, and when she
came out she was Robert's wife. Rob
ert's wife! O, she would be a true and
loving wife. He should never want any
care or comfort; never want anything
that she could do for him. O, that sweet
May morning! The sky was blue and
cloudless, and the trees wore a misty
veil of green. There was a singing of
birds, a murmur of brooks, and a fra
grance of early flowers. And full of
youthful love and trust,lookiugoutiuto
the future, she saw a pleasant home,
where, through all the years of her life,
she sat crowned with love. Sorrow
might come to her, for she knew that
none escaped it, but the arm she leaned
upon was strong. It would not fail her.
So the years would glide ouictlyaway
and they would grow old together, but
the love which they had pledged in their
youtn would stilt burn tingntiy. men,
when her brown hair should be white,
she and Robert would sit by their fire
side like her own father and mother,
and their children should come home
to them as they went home to her par
ents. Life had been so different from tho
promise of that May morning! So dif
ferent! They hud been very happy -at
first. By and by a child came, and then
another she had had four in all. Two
were laid away in the church-vard.
She was very glad of that now. It was
very pleasant out in the church-yard.
The trees rustled, and the birds sang,
and the flowers bloomed all summer
long. Only sometimes in the winter,
when the snow fell thickly, and the
wind moaned, she shivered a little, and
thought it must be cold. Sometimes
she thought she would like to lie down
there too. She would be very glad to
do so if it were not for the other two.
Well, after tiiat unlucky singulation
which had swept away theirall, Robert
hwl worked steadily lor a time. Rut
soon he grew discouraged, so the chari
table said, not boing used to work, and
so fell Into bad ways. Eleanor "sup
posed it tra hard for him." She said
to her heart, "We musu't blame him
too much." Rut it was such a disatv
ppiutinent! It didn't seem possible
that this blear-eyed, sodden-faced man
who came home to her nightly with un
steady step, who swore at her when
anything went wrong, aud told her she
was always asking for monev, could be
the Robert she had ouee loved
Robert used to be so kind, so careful of
ner comiorr, on, so uuicrcnt rrom this!
Perhaps he would be himself again
sometime. She must wait and hope.
Meanwhile she must try and bear it,
and do all she can to earn some herself,
for they must eat and drink, and the
children must have clothes. So she
took in dress-making, when she could
get 11, auu piatu sewing, uue oy one
f lie si vnr tliremls rami? in her hnir. 1 10
! i 1
the silver threads came in her hair, the
deep lines in her forehead, and that
troubled look into her eyes. The chil
dren were her only comfort. "When she
put her work away, late at night, she
would steal in softly, tired as she was,
to watch them in their sleep. Then her
eyes would grow tender, and that sor
rowful look nltout the mouth would al
most fade out. But it came back soon
enough. "If they might never know
about him! If they could only grow up
and not know! 0 my poor darlings!"
One of them never did know. In the
sprin" little Robbie died, and was laid
ivithJthe others , in theichurch;yard,
while she stood -looking -with tearless,
wishful eves into the little grave.
......I fa 17lannn, A..., ..ll..
"ilHI lli.n. J 1 mill, lli:ilW
Kleanor Vance!" said one who had
known her in her young days. "Can It
be'possible?' GodpltyiherlV. v-
Aye, God pity her, we echo, and all
who, like her, toilon hopelessly through
a life that has been robbed of all that
bhould make it swcctL
"When troubles 'coma of 'God, then naught he
liooves like patience; hut for troubles wroushl of
ratlence I hard I tell you It Is hard."
Poor Eleanor! Site is but one of many.
Alas, that we must say it! One of many
who care for nothing but to lie down in
My sisters, such are of us. Is there
no way of, help ? CaUjjtca ao nothing to
prevent such fearful" wreck"? God help
ing us, let us try-
Lynn, .mass. jiAKit. .
Why Women Vote for Mormonism.
"There is godd ileal of sound reasoning
in the following article, clipped from au
People In the Ea&t wonder at the at
titude of the women of Utah toward the
nlurulitr of wives system of Mormon
ism. It is, in fact, their only means of
T. -. . . l .
iireservauoii. -it is a singular iuui uiui
egislators cannot strike at' any such
system without the defenceless women
and children being the sutlers. In any
bill or eilbrt to prohibit or punish poIvk-
amy, the lirs-t step is to outlaw the
women and make the children illeciti
mate. "What woman of any pride but
would stay in a lixwlul relation or big
amy than lie freed from her husband
only to be thrown upon the street with
no means of support and no one to pro
tect her from sneers and jibes, when
woman's true position is respected, her
rights and feelings taken into account,'
Ullll 1HI111M11IIUIU -Illllt.ni ill llll' I'lllllllKll,
while a hclpius; hand is extended to tiie
victim, we shall see how the more intel
ligent .Mormon women will stand,
Roys and girls, in tho A R C of life, can
meet this Mormon problem with more
wisdom and common sense than our
stupid legislators. People must recol
lect that tuo consent or nrst wives was
wrung from them by the fearful dread
of destruction if they refused, and that
the greatest possible compulsion has
been used to lead them into plural re
lations. And not only religion, but so
ciety also, nan us potent arguments.
Women there are forced into marriage
li tucy wouiu oui.nu a support, larmorc
than they aro in our Gentile world;
They have absolutely no other means
by which to obtain a livelihood. There
is no teaching for them to do, no great
manufactories to employ them, and also
no demand for servants. And old
maids, even if they can manaee to live.
are sneered at as ttie most despicable of
ueings, so mat in tneir out age, ir no
one cnooes tnem beiorc, they get them
selves "sealed" to an elder high in rank
that they may find some little toleration
in heaven. Since, then, they must
starve on earth and stand no chance
hereafter unless thev marrv. it is no
wonder that most of them make up their
mums to oe properly miserable as :
fractional spouse. Having once ac
ccpted tliis as their lot, they all lecome
interested at once in defending the sys
tem under which they li-c. Whatever
should ovcrthrowpolygamy must inevi
tably lessen the station and rcsnectahil
ity of all wives except the first, and as
most oi women arc such 11103- rorni an
earnest minority 111 us support.
Overtaxed Drains. Our citizens
generally arc deeply ignorant of the
comparative large number of business
men of the city who have been taken to
tlicinsane Asylums Tor treatment, of late
years. The excitement of trade, result-,
ing in overtaxed brains, or pecuniary4
losses, has brought this about. "When
ever such men disappear from Change or
tnc counting room, it is most generally
given out by their friends that they have
gone to Europe for the benefit of their
health. A few recover after a consider
able period of treatment, but to others
the world is ever after a blank book. A
good many women, too, of the high
classes of life find here a place to linger
for a few years and then go down into
the valley. The asylum at Homerville
was never better patronized than at the
present time, which fact Is a striking il
lustration of the rapidity at which some
of our business men live, and die. That
some men ana women are common at
this place who are more sane than those
who place them there, is also true.
Money in the present and prospective,
family difficulties, or something of that
sort, is often at the bottom of this invol
untary imprisoumottf, for which there
seems to be no legal remedy. Ronton Cor.
J lie testimony is uniform and em
phatic in regard to the good results of
w onianhuiirageiu Wyoming Territory,
and yet the law is said to bo repealed by
a strict party vote in the Legislature,
me .Democrats rencaiing tne "act," as
it has not worked their favor! The
following is from the Wyoming Tribune
ot JSovemhor li-jtli, published 111 Chey
enne: Has Woman Suffrage been a failure in
tliis Territory? If it has, man suffrage
has also been a failure, for no one, not
even the most bitter opponent of Wom
an .Suffrage, can deny that woman has
exercised her new rights in this Terri
tory as wisely as man. For the sake of
reform we urge our Legislature to leave'
I flirt lnir na if linn' tc if liifiif for t
years longer. There arc good men and
women all over the land that arc the
firm advocates of Woman SullVage.
There are Democrats and Republicans
who want togi ve it a fair trial, let us not,
as a Territory, condemn that which lias
not proved to Lie a failure. Letusbcjust to
A recent letter from a student at Cor
nell University, Ithaca, N. Y., has the
following: "The subject of admitting
women into the institution is being
seriously considered by the trustees.
Mr. Sage lias offered to build a large
boarding-house for young ladies if the
trustees will admit them on an equal
footing with young men; this with some
other offers which lie makes, it is
thought, will result in their beiug ad
mitted. I think a majority of the most
intelligent students think favorably of
the plan." Surely the women will not
trouble the Amherst boys, who have
voted against the admission of women,
when they can enter Cornell, where
the most intelligent" will welcome
mi . ....
,v. -mtarla"s avc one ordained
a,?,?"" occupying one of their pulpits,
talil v tHy' 10 exYsna Sontroxxs hospi
talitj to others who are qualified to
national interests. The conlHl nwT.V
ivlilM, ATrw ..- ir. coru,al Welcome
" , i 14 iiimp nnnnmt.
which Mrs. Burleigh 7m 3 ?
Unitarians has been mrt ,iiV..t
She has been received with most lfeart
felt sympathy by the clergymen of her
church and by the press, she has been
invited to preach the leading sermon
before Unitarian Conferences, and some
of the eminent Unitarian ministers of
Boston Invite her to their pulpits and
await her coming.
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PEIVATE BOARDING HOUSE.
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10 A. M. till 4 P.M. of each day
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MRS. K. I.AWI.E.SN,
JANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
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HOSIERY AND UNDERWEAR-Weavy,
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RIBBONS Sanh. Uonnct, Trimming and
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BLANKETS, Flannels, Yarns, Cosslmcres,
BERLIN ZEPHYR WOOL, Canvas,
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BOOTS, .Shoes and nuts, etc., etc.
CLOTHING Lanre stock of Overcoats. Husl-
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Pants and Vents will be sold at reduced
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N. R Our Rfrwlr ontiftlkfK nf lienrlr every
thing III the Family Dry Good and Gents' Kur
nlshlnc line, and no efforts will be spared to
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HAS ON HAND, AND RECIEVING RY Ev
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Velvet, Augusta, Fancy and Plain Cloth
SACKS AND BASQUINES,
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Lace Sets, Collars and CMmisettes,
. ladle' lad Crnts Floe InliUI Urt,
Embroidered nud Plnln Handkerchiefs,
LADIES' SABLE AND M1XX COLLARS AND MUFFS,
Fino Glove Uoxet,
Children's Ermine and Squirrel Boas and MaOs,
NECKTIES, KID CLOVES, BONNETS, HATS,
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Boot and Shoe Manufactory!
Tlio Only Manufactory I
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The Box-Toed Oxfords -and 'Gaiters,
' The easiest fitting Hummer . Sli'oo made.
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Oculist anil Anrlst, Throat and tons
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UNK WEED REMEDY.
THE UNK WEED REMEDY,
Oregon Rheumatic Cure.
THIS REMEDY IS COMPOSED OF THE
Active principle of the Unk Weed, Ens.
Thasplum CordatumOrtglnls.Lat. Indigenous
to Orecon. Grows most abundantly and per
fectly In Washington county. .
Itcnntnlnsnn Active and Volatile Principle,
extracted by Kthcr, and a bitter Tonic Prin
ciple. MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USES:
It Is the most snre and speedy cure for
luicujiiHimm, urn umauc uoui ami uneumauc
Pains ofatl 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-
Promoting the Appetite and Invigorating the
while Digestive Appnratus, thus building up
and strengthening the svstem. while at the
same time the volatile principle, being ab-
Mirueu 111 me ihikxi, iieis speciucauy on tne
Rheumatic Poison, removing It from the circu
lation and system.
There are few remedies known to the Medical
Profession which will remove the Ulu'iimnl..
Poison from the blood, but whose action Is so
ixiwcrfiil In ilf-prv-islng the system of the nl
ready enfeebled Rheumatic patient, that their
uso has to lie abandoned before specific effects
nrc obtainable, unci hence the waat of success
In treating this prevalent and consequently
heretofore Incurable disease. tTnllkn llios..
medicines, already known, the UNK WEED
ui..Mr.in .aiinough producing as active ami as
Powerful effects on the blood ami system in re
moving the Rheumatic Poison, also possesses a
strong .ionic ami itecupcraung Kicmcni Which
admits of Its continued use even hvlheinost
delicate and debilitated. Thus wc have the
combination for tho first time of these two
necessary elements In one remedy, which ae-
counisior lis supenoranu never-railing curative
elTects in Rheumatism, Rheumatic Gout aud
Rheumatic Pains ofnll kinds.
N. R. The UNK WEED REMEDY Is partic
ularly APPI.K'AHI,E TO INDIES, in conse
quence 01 us joiiic qualities.
Wc are aware of the fact that It Is generally
1111 easy matter to pnicurc certlflcates uttesting
wiecnicacyni patent remeuies irorn a certain
class of those who use them. We have selected
the following liecause the names attached to
them are those of men of the most careful and
scrupulous character, and becanso the large
class of their acquaintances In Oregon will not,
for a moment, accuse or suspect them of any
cxusseruiiuii 111 mc suiiemeuis mey may
Certincatc from the Dcpnty Jailor of Mult-
noiiian luuui jau;
City Jail, Portland, Oregon,'
June 7. IS7I.
Dr. A. M. Ijryea i Co.: I was attacked with
a severe case of rheumatism. It was In my
inigus, nips, ringers, Miouiuer made indeed 111
all the JolnU of my body I suffered great pain
and anguish. I was attended by a regular ihv-
hIcIhii, but with noelfect. I was Induced to try
voiirl'nk Weed Remedy, and It Immediate! v
cured mo up. I consider it, from my expe
rience, tne Destrcmeuy lornieumatism Known.
AL.rnr.il r. icit.tit, uopuiy jailor.
Tills Is to certify that the above statement Is
correct to my own icnowieuge.
juiu. 1: wako, jailor.
Alia California Book and Job Printing Ofllce,")
311 California street, -San
Francisco. June 1. 1S71. I
Dr. A. JI. Iorj-ea t Co.: For several years I
have been suhlect to rheumatism In mv rl?ht
arm ami shoulder, rendering mc unable to
worK. un a recurrence or tnc nttacir. some
time since, I was Induced to try your "Unit
Weed Remedy." and the result was a perfect
cure In a few days. I took only two-thirds of
tne contents ot one bottle, ily nrm beller is
tiiat the MUnk" Is a certain euro for rhouma
tlsm In nil Its forms, and I would heartily rec
ommend nil alllleteil with that dreadful dis
ease to try your "Remedy" and lie cured.
JNO. R. McLANE.
Certificate of A. R. Shipley. Kso.. special eon
tributorto the "Willamette Farmer," and Sec
retary 01 me uregon iionicuiiurai society:
Oswezo. Oreiron. March IN. Is71.
Dr. A. M. Iaryea: Somo tour weeks ago I was
entirely prostrated with rheumatism: In fact I
was almost helpless. I sent to you for one 10
ouncc bottle or the "I'nk Weed ltemedv " hv
theusenf which I experienced almost imme
diate relief, and by the time the bottle was
gone 1110 riieumaiism was gone. From my
own experience, and from what I have heard
outers say wno nave used the unk Weed,
believe It to be a certain cure for rheumatism.
Yours respectfully, A. R. KIIIPLEY.
Certificate from Hon. A. J. Dufur. ei-Pres!
dent of the Oregon State Agricultural Society
tut 11 uuiiiur ui oiuuaiicit ut urvKUll.
East Portland. Anrll 1. 1K71.
Dr. A. M. Iiryea 4 Co.: I was amtctctl with a
severe attack of chronic rheumatism; was con
fined to my bed most of the time from January
to July, when I used the Unk Weed ami It
cureu me up. a. j. DijKUIt,
Certlfleate from James Rybee, the celebrated
stocK-grower anu -ivingot tne Oregon TurT :"
To Dr. A. M. Lorvca.t Co.: Tlilslsinnxlrnniri
edge the efficacy of your "Unk Weed Remedy,
or Oregon Ilhcumatic Cure." I was afillcted
tor mounts witn n very serious attack of In
flammatory rheumatism, and tried nratli' nil
of tlte soalled rheumatic remedies without
any renei pcrceivaoie. i men tried your
iM-ioj , iiuu iij. uw rrcuiicu in mc most nappy
effects it perfect cure. Truly vours,
fr1 lfl..tn l.A .,.11 1 . , .
O. W. Weaver, Eq.:
The Dalles, May 23, 1S71.
Dr. A. M. Lflryca A Co.: I have used the "Unk
weed Remedy," anil can cheerfully recom
mend It lo persons mulcted with Intlammatory
hun(Ut wrlsls, ankles Indeed, all my Joints
O. W. WEAVER.
Certificate from Hon. Nat. II. I.nne, Tllot
Commissioner or Oregon, and a member or the
City Council ol East I'ortland:
East I'ortland, April 19, 1S71.
Dr. .V. M. Iaryea Co. : I have been afillcted
for several years past with "weakness In the
back," nml wandering rheumatic pains, ac
companied by severe constipation, lly the use
of one bottle, of your "Unk Weed Remedy, or
Oregon Rheumatic Cure." I have been entirely
relieved, and I cheerfully recommend it as n
mot valuable and effective remedy.
IJAT. II. LANE.
Certificate from Hon. Oldeon Tlbbctts. a
member orthe City council of East I'ortland:
East Portland, April J, 1871.
Dri A. M. rir ea Co.-t!cnts: This Is to In
form you that I have used your"Unk ecd"
ror neuralgia nnd rheumatic palnand f""nd
relief Irani the use of only one btitlle.and can
recommend ltlothoso In njl ? f such areni
eily. Yours, tJIDtON TIBIlUTrs.
Certificate from Hon. E. U Qulmb-. ex
fcottnty Commissioner of Jlultnomah county,
Oregon: East Portland, April 1, 1871.
Dr A. M. Iryca A Co.: Ihaveuscd the "Unk
Weed Remedy," and nm satisfied it Is a valua
ble medicine. It regulates and Invigorates the
system. Tills Is my experience with the Rem
edy. Truly yours, E. L. O.UIMUY.
Certificate from the celebrated muslulan,
Pror. Otto VIcuxtemps:
' Oregon Musical Institute.
Portland, May 2.'. 1S7L f
Dr. A. M Iiryca & Co.: I was attacked with
severe .inflammatory rheumatism, suffering
great pfiln, nnd was so prostrated that I was
unable lo tend to my business. I used one bot
tle of your "Unk Weed Itcmcdy, or Oregon
Rheumatic Cure," and was .entirely cornl by
ltatone. OTTO VIEUXTEMPrf.
PUT UP IN TEN-OUNCE BOTTLES,
One Dollar nud Finy Centi per Ilottle.
PREPARED AT THE
OEEQOH MEDICAL LABORATORY,
TK. HXTXTTE,A. & CO.,
EAST T0RTL.VND, OREGON.
kstFok Sale iit alx DRvaeurv.
CHARLES TENCE St CO.
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IMl0RTER.0Fa . .
i : i'.b w i- .
. -. ':. .7 .'.i. . .
STRAW and FANCY GOODS
NO. 15 SANSOME STREET,
Between Hush aiid gutter, next Connopolltnn
No 31. Rue du Fauborg-l'olsslomilere, Paris.
. . rf t -,
TOBIN, DAVISSON & 0.
Ff VITE THE ATTENTION OF THE TRADE
lo their Iirge Stock of
American, Englisb, French and German
SMALL WARES, PERFUMERY, STATION
ERY, POCKET CUTLERY,
Yankee Notions, White Goods,
GENTS' FURNISHING .G00D3
T.I lieu IlnudkercIileCs, Dretui Trim.
IIssKry, Ktr., Etr., Ktr.
WHICH THEY OFFER AT TIIE LOWEST
Corner Nutter nnd Sniisoine SI.,
PORTLAND CLOTHING FACTORY
Boysi Olotliiitfj: 3EMiiorium
RETWEEN SECOND AND THIRD STREETS
A. KORERTS Proprietor
KAST i RICHARDS,
Philadelphia Boot & Shoe Store,
Have Just received a
Ne Stock or Boot nut! SheM, Etc.
All arc Invited to call and examine.
No. 112 Front street (opposite McCormlck's
n.1 Iioolc Store), Portland.
MVRP1IY .t KELLY,
(Ol.NTnr PP.ODlCf, FRl'ITS A5D VEGETABLES,
Corner of Third nnd Washington streets(op
posltc Presbyterian Church), I'ortland, Oreron.
Gooils delivered to all parts or the city FREE
OF CHARGE. nl
DU. MARY A. TIIOMPSOX,
PHYSICIAN AND ACCOUCHEUn
EESIDENCE AND OFFICE THIRD ST.,
between Salmon and Main, opposite the
Calls attended In any part of the city.
Ratterlcs for sale nnd instructions given on
the use of electricity as a Remedial A;cnU nl.
Cor. Seeoud nml M'ashlnctoii St.
HAVING RECENTLY PURCH.VSED THI8
Market, I am now prepared to sell on reas
onable terms the best Meats the country af-
GIVES LESSONS ON THE PIANO AT THE
Readencet of Pupils.
rpERMS RE.SONABLE. Satisfaction Guar-
e2lAND62jClYST.,l f BttASCH.121 FlIiSTST.,
San Fraxcisco. l Foim-vxD, Oas.
Importer and Dealer In all kinds or
Sale Agent fur the l'licllle Const
STEIKWAY'S AND OTHER FIRST-CLASS PIANOS,
Tlio "Burdett" Ors;anK
Tbe Best in tho World!
PIANOS AND ORGANS TO RENT
And rent applied lo purchase.
ALL KIXDS OF MUSICAL IXSTM'MEXTS
Tuned anil Kepnlresl.
Every Instrument Fully "Warranted
FOR FIVE YEARS.
Acents lu Every Town In the .State.
Ceitnlogux and rriceLht sent, free on appli
cation to C. I- DePBAXK,
' Manager Gray's Branch Music Store,
1M FlrstSt., Porttaml, Oregon.
August J, 1S71. InH
JUHT RETURNED FROM SAN FRAN
Cisco with a large und Splendid Stock of
SILKS, WORSTED GOODS, GRENADINES,
Japanese Silks, Poplins, Alpacas, Lawns,
A Large and Renutlftil Assortment ot
MILLINERY GOODS, RIBBONS,
Fine Laces, Etc.,
Of ever' variety and description.
Straw Goods, Parasols nnd Kid Gloves
01 the best quality.
JEWELRY, FANCY GOODS, ETC.,
On hand and made to order.
CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' CLOTHES
Or all descriptions.
Call aud Exnmiiir the Stock.
Goods Sold to Suit the Times.
ST First street, Portland.
isH-CONSTANTIA" ReeelWns Xew Supplies
by every Steamer.
J) It . J. K. CAIlDWEtl,
Dextai. Rooks-No. S First St., Portland.
oa-The iJteand Improveil Styles of work at
Keduccd Rates. Nitrous Oxide Gas ror the
painless estractlou of teeth. Inl2
Why Pay $75 for a Seuliiff 3Inchiiie"
THE IMPROVED HOME SHIITri: SEW
In; Machine, with black walnut table and
treadle, nicely finished,
Complete for $45 !
A llrst-class Kowins Machine ; uses stralcht
Needle; underfeed; makes "Lock Stitch;"
warranted to do all kinds of Ihmily sewing as
well as any machine lu the market.
A few more Asents wanted to ennvnss coun
ties (not taken for the Improveil Hand Ma
chine price, SOty In Oregon, Washington and
Call on or address
iiomi: snirrTi.'n aexcy.
IK Front SC. Portland.
ROYAL SMITH, Agent. Salem
DR. R. a HILL Jt SON, Agents i-AIlmny
Washington ijt.HHW&f and Third,
-7K MANUFACTURE AN
A :XO: l.RTICI.i: OF
And all'klndsof Pastrynsually ftnd in a First
-Ooods delivere.1 loany part of the Mr