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The Herald has been sold to the "Oro
"Rosedale" is the latent squsalionat
the Oro Fino Theater.
The wheat crop IsNiid to be uninjured
by the late hard weather.
Ileal estate transactions in Portland
are reported as being very brisk.
The prospect for a good mining xea-1
sou in Eastern Oregon is very good.
The HnrrLsuurg Academy will give au
exhibition during the latterpart of nest
Jacksonville is growing rapidly, and
is now one of the most active towns in
The reports concerning the Ilarrifcburg
bridge are pronounced false, byjtjiejiif-
The Quartermaster at Vancouver is
orderinga removal of buildings from the
ihe Northern Pacific Railroad has
seven himdreu.mcn on the line from
Kalama to Puget Sound.
The winter in La Grande and Powder,
River valleys has been very mild.
Very little snow has fallen.
The ico blockade has been broken up,
and boats are now running regularly be-
A Jl.T. , a . I . .
en mis piaee anu inc uaucs.
jo "Wyclie is mentioned as a prom
inent Democratic candidate for the Del
egatcship in "Washington Territory.
The city council of Portland recently
appropriated $2,500 to ascertain the best
method of furnishing the city with
Tho Reverend Huntington fulminated
against woman Suffrage again at
Olympia on Tuesday last. How ho does
strive against fate.
The contract, for building the Court
house in Salem has been awarded by the
County Court to Messrs. Boothby, Mil
ler & Myers of that'eity.
A. "W. Hart, the delinquent railroad
contractor, has departed for Victoria.
There is much tribulation among in
jured creditors in consequence.
The Territorial Treasurer of Idaho is
reported to be a defaulter in the sum of
some six- or seven thousand dollars.
That's the way the money goes.
A move is being made to construct a
plank road to connect East Portland and
Vancouver. This would surely redound
to the benefit of both Portland and Van
couver. Theeditorof the Mountaineer gives an
qAAAimf tt lita first. smivnrrmpf ns n 1ml-
tAnStfV .-ort time since, at the
DadeKw Ut- was encored, and feels
Ttoe ifpm .1 adverse claimants to
righto in '& Caruthers estate of this
'ty havesgreed upon general terms of
i'fromtoe. and are now engaged in
- SSSttiilcr's poem, entltlwl "To a
IMiierstboajo tie addressed to
mSittd.JoaquinMHlcr and which
as Bn iblished in the New oimi
- gfiing the rounds of the East
' T-kic Dalles Mountaineer has news that
England has declared war against the
ilic United SLitos. It seems tliat in
the Dalles have received more news than
lias yet come toniaud here.
"The right of way" is tho vexed
question now in railroad quarters. Some
of tho farmers of Lane county have
made a pracioal test of the matter, even
Eroimr so far as to tear up the track.
Considerable litigation is going on about
We have received a concise and rclia
ble Business Directory of the leading
wholesale and retail business houses of
Saloni aud Portland, for 1872. Published
and compiled at I. Samuel's Advertising
Agency, unice, ira x roni tot., roruanu,
Tho feature of the Linn County Fair
for 1872 will be a grand horse race for the
magnificent premium of $1,000 in gold.
We advise tho sensible men and women
who take no stock in horse-racing to
.stay at home and let the jockeys run the
Last Wednesday was St. Valentine's
day, aud of course the usual amouut of
sentimental silliness and nonsensical
trash customary on this anniversary
found its way through the postofllces. It
was also the anniversary of Oregon's ad
mission as a State.
Murphy, city editor of the Herald, has
"resigned." Chas. Newell takes this
place under the new administration.
The "Oro Fino fellows" evidently don't
like the Hibernian Frenchman, henco
his "resignation." Alas, alas, poor
Murphy ! Hall and farewell.
The land excitement In Olympia ap
pears to have died away. The railway
company have been presented with four
thousand acres of land situated in and
around Olympia, in return for which
they engage to build a depot within one
mile aud a half of the center of Ihe
Gold has been discovered at Canyon
City within 300 yards of the Court
House. Great excitement exists there
in consequence. The ledge is eight feet
thick and yields gold in fabulous quan
tities. This discovery It is believed Will
create a revolution in affairs at Canvoh
aodctfsi Lady's Booh for the montlis
of January and February have just
reached us. lioth are excellent num
bers, and we enjoyed the readingof them
exceedingly, if the malls did keep them
back awnne. uoaeys lAiiitft Booh is
one of the best, if not the best, magazine
oi tuc time.
Mr. Lassater, member of the Legisla
ture from Walla. "Walla, W. T., and Mr.
Newell, of thotValla Walla Statctihan.
have been having a little unpleasant
ness, a racy account of which appears in
the Walla Walla 17iion. Newell called
Ijassater names, In consequence of which
Lassater pummeled Newell, for which
amusement lie was nneu twenty uoitars,
According to lieBcacdn, Kalama lias
got a bran-new bake shop. Some of the
"Wcbbfoot papers poke a little fun at the
Beacon for its enthusiasm over the
matter, but, after all, wc think our con-,
temporary is right. A good bakery Is a
very good thing especially for the
By a blunder it was slated in the last
issue of the New Northwest that Mr.
McCormick delivered his lecture on
Father Matthew, the Irish apostle of
temperance, on the evening of tho 3th
inst. We were a week ahead of time.
ilttl prune off last nielli, and
alLstenedoly a bJgWyjpIeaseil au-
Our many readers from the country
who visit Portland should not fall to
avail themselves of a visit to the Oro
Fino Theater under its present manage
ment. Rational, reasonable and honor
able amusement is a necessity of the
human family, and Mr. and Mrs. "Wal
dron and troupe certainly furnish the
best entertainments ever given in this
General Tilton, who arrived in tills
city yesterday, says tho Herald, informs
us that thessiirveyorsof tiieNoriliern Pa
cific Railroad are running lines on either
side of Build's Inlet, for the purpose of
asccrlainiug jJiicjis0To piosfpractiSl.
As soon as the Hue is determined a
town-site will be located. The company
represents that the mud-flats in front of
Olympia will render it impossible to
make that place a shipping point of any
considerable importance, and, therefore,
tiic neccsMiy oi a new town.
Rev. Mr. Eliot lectured on Tuesday
evening before the "Washington Debat
ing Society. Subject Music Tho lec
ture was quite well attended, and the
lecturer, as we expected, proved himself
master of his subject. He treated of the
diHercnt stages of the progress of inusi
the rudest creations of the savage brain
to the divine achievements of Beetho
ven, Handel, Mcndclson and other mas
tens. He particularly urged the cultivu'
ii t . . . i
nun aim practice oi muic in tuc nomc
circle and its study as a neccsarry :
means oi ideal elevation.
Mrs. Annie Joflrics lectured ou Men
day evening of this week before a small
but Intelligent and appreciative au
dience in Philharmonic Hall. Her sub
ject was the "Ethics of Marriage," and
was very tersely, ably and happily han
dled. It was the speaker's maiden ef
fort, and her maniifr u-.m Mimmrlmi.
constrained and'itnidj as might have
been expected. She is quite young, a
blonde of neat figure and pleasing ad
dress. Her ideas are .sensible, plain and
practical. We should have been pleased
to see all the young men and maidens of
this city present, and hope she will re
peat the lecture soon before a lartre au
ThrikOrcffonfanhSays "lliatono day
last week a'yo'inig lady at Forest Grove
attempted to commit suicide by placing
a quantity of chloroform in her bed and
then getting In and covering her head
and cars. The smell of the chloroform
attracted the attention of the family,
who by dint of hard labor, succeeded in
defeating this little bit of a tragedy. A
note on the stand explained all. Her
beau had cut her acquaintance and had !
capered with other girls in a manner'
not to be borne, mere is to be a wen
ding soon, as the young man says he is
now satisfied that she is 'stuck' after,
him.'.',. The world. Jiastill .some fools
Icfg 1 . iu? , utLiM&mW ui i Ajl
The daily papers give an account of a
horrible outrage upon the person of a
little girl in this city recently, commit
ted by a wretch named Hoboy. And
they also tell of the disgraceful fact that
large numbers of men and boys flocked
to the Police Court to hear the revolting
particulars, who were wisely deprived of
their prurient feast by His Honor Judge
Denny, who turned the case over to the
Grand Jury. Scarcely a day passes but
wc hear of some dreadful depredation
upon feminine purity, committed by
sbm'oZballot.BieldcXiOfttllc Ipjptect ing"
sex, who pride themselves upon their
prowess as defenders of womanhood.
We emphatically declare that nobody
but mothers have any moral right to try
or sentence that villain, and that fath
ers only have a moral right to execute
A Pica Entertainment.
In London, a young Englishman is
conducting au exhibition of a very curi
ous character. He is tho proprietor of a
stud of performing fleas; or, to tiso the
words of his own announcements, of
"trained Apfcrjus insects, thconjypec
perforin." The London Daily Xeics
says: " c went to the sight, fearing
that our sense of refinement would be
shocked; but found, on entering the
room, a tastefully decorated apart
ment, and several ladies, with their
children, admiring the household foes
which a whoiesomeseiiseorduty teaches
them generally to crush. Mr. Kifeliing-j
man, the exhibitor, has toiled hard and
long to bring his exhibition to Its pres
ent successful condition. Like the ever
lasting cookery-book hare, the fleas
have had first to bo caught, then ship
ped hither from Russia, Belgium and
France, or elsewhere, and afterward
subjected to a training in which severity
and tenderness are pretty equally pro
portioned. Without going so far as the
exhibitor, who believes the little
wretches he protects have intellects', and
says he hat seen their brain, we must
confess our astonishment at the novel
figure they are made to cut, although
in nn aire like this, one-oncht not to be
amazedinfcsuch a trifle as the aprend of
education among fleas. The insects in
Regent street draw carriages, act as tug
n man-of-war. fire oil a gun. Perform
on the tight-rope, draw a bucket out of
an imaginary wen, leap aim swing, ami
execute other evolutions upon a while,
smooth table. . .
"These things, However, are not uone
by the fleas as by other beings. The
vnlmitnrv svstom is nuitc ignored, and
the wonder of the exhibition is rather
the marvellous delicacy of the ma
chinery than the genius of the perform
ers. Mr. Kitchlugman, aiter years oi
patience, has perfected, a sct.qf Lillipu
tian.articlcs, designed and.madc by his
own hands, that arc' of themselves of
inc rarest Kind, anuinu visnui
perceive that they are most ingeniously
made for the fleas, and not the fleas for
them. Taking the raw untutored flea
between his linger and thumb, with a
touch that few could command, the pro
prietor fastens, by a peculiar noose, a
tine hair round the insect's trunk, leav
ing the two ends standing an inch or
two above the back, like a couple of
overgrown feelers. These hair ends are
fastened to the apparatus, generally by
insertion in the split of a tiny straw,
and this diflicult operation having been
done without injury to wing or limb,
the harnessed captive is attached to the
particular jmrrlnx for wliioli if a.tnlotits
lavome pupus,j)ut tueuEugiish breed,
otcrmuch starving and training,-be-eoine
the toughest and best. "We ob
served one on Saturday, however, fret
ting in the collar very painfully, and
drawing his ivory car with a hop, skip
and Jump, iustead of the steady, ea'y
trot which the Russian or Belgian at
fected. Perhaps it was too much to ex
pect a right-minded flea to be docile un
der the circumstances in the presence of
rudily children and blonde ladies. One
or two of the performers were pointed
out as having reached a green old age;
they had lived nine months, and were
now, In the course of nature, Hearing
the day of their death. Three or four
(months nay, weeks however.are con-
siuereu a nam ago for a Ilea to live.
-JIr;,3vUCWngma"n, with touching
nueciiaii, allows his lieas to live out or
himself, which is nothing but fair, see
ing that he lives out of them. Every
day. when something attcmnted and
"Somethlug done lias earned them a
flight's ronnsiv lio f.wvl lil ilnolr unnti
ftlie back of his hand, puts each iudivid-
uaLbetwecn two blankets, and the whole
layer into a box, where tney slumber
ccuref out-of harm's-way, and ought-to
be able to rise in the morning with clear
consciences toward all mankind. The
untrained reserve stock (two or three
hundred; arc kept in a stoppered bottle
full of flannel wool. Theexhibitorgives
his visitors much information upon this
special branch of natural history."
THANKS TO G'OY. CAMPBELL. At a
recent business meeting of the New
York Woman Sutrrage Organization,
Mrs. Jj. D. Blake presented the following-resolution,-which
a'tlodted: Thai' this organlzatloiTpre
sentu its hearty thanks to Gov. Camp
bell, of Wyoming, for his noble courijc
in vetoiug the bill repealing woman
suffrage in that Territory, and hones
that he may long remain in the oilice
which lie honors, to do battle for justice
A worthy Quaker thus wrote : "I cx
pect to pass throtiiih this world but once:
if it. - t . .
" muruiuiv, uiuru can ue any Kiiiimess i
can show, or any good tiling I can do to
j any fellpw human being, let me do it
, now. lief mc'not defer nor"n?glect it,
" I for I will not pa.s this way again."
XEW THIS AVEEK.
1 1 cjt
Mcdowell, m. d.,
AXXOUXCES HIMSELF AS THR
Full lnrtirutnrs Next Week.
' OB-I)Id Mrs. It. Oct Hint 1'nt Clilcln'iiT'-Sa
"1rHY, DONT YOU KNOW? SHE GOT
, II It at
, ASCHENHEIM i. BUIKEUY'S WASHINGTON
..... -V. .MARKET
Itfllen! they keep all kinds of Freh Fish
, (iiiineanil Poultry."
I N. 15. Consignment from the country solle-
I T VI iit or.
TYIRECT IMPOKTRItS AND MANL'FAC
ij turerHofcTcr)varIetytolt i "
K, T. ,TJ 11 13
: - i 'Mix... ' r ;r
o'ak,'Winut, Euseiiiwd, (brslnnl, Ur.
MOULDINGS, MIRRORS, BLACK WALNUT LUMBER
I'liln, Ifnlr, Moss, llxrrlslor JIue,
' - Etci-'Etc.,- Etc.
1 . '. :
Tilt: LAJUinST STOCJi!
Tin: bust coons;
THE LOWEST 1'RICKS
WAltE noons Xos. lCfl, .ICS, 170 and 172, Cor.
ssiwuou aim r iri.-is., i-onianu, urrsou.
TIIK LOT CITY
CHICAGO AS IT WAS
AND AS IT IS,
AllISTOKY OF TUB CURAT CHICACO
. !'.i(V- Truthful iind accurate A vivid and
Ueiailud account of the nioM terrible calamlty
L. L,Va .cver !tallcii the civilized worlX
gtartlliiB .IncIdcutH. "Hair Itrcadth 'capcu."
me learliil ravasex of the Fire Fiend. Tlie
it-mil oil error, rnuusciy and U-alltilully II
ltiRlrated. Including vieva nr n.f. n.- t.t...
and since the lire, still KuMlmcly uraiid In its
ruins. Onlcrxvrlliltc filled and received. The
fntcst selling IjooIc nvcr old hy agents. Send
31 for can-.i-lni outfit and ux-iire an Ascnry
liuioisiinici. Auii ;iimj I4r
WONDERS OF THE WORLD.
One Thousand Illustrations, comprising f tar
llln scenes, arfere.stins InclilentHaud wonder
ful events lu oil Countries and among nil leo-
ple. A. I- BASCKOIT L-
Sau Francisco, Cal,
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST GROCERIES
QAX KB HAD BY CALLtXt AT
J. P. MATTINCLY'S,
Comer of II and First street, Portland, Ore-
NEW GOODS AND LOW PRICES
' noi.Mns ,t mccaix.
Clioicc Gi'occi'icB. Etc
ComcrTliIrd and Yamhill streets.
iB-HiaiIBST PniCESpald forQounUTVro-
Flour Extra, Sfl 73 per barrel; Extra couutry
brands, StfSVGai. ... ;
Wheat SI OVfcl 39 per bushel.
Butter Fine dairy, tS'V.' per pound; ordin
Eggs atsZic per dozen.
Potatoes, per luhcl,tte$$I 01
Tlic following persons are duly authorized to
act a.Age,nts ror.tho Ni:w- .Noin-iiWK.ST: ,
1. It. lllood Tnivellus Agent
Mrs. M. Jcllrles .Traveling Agent
It. H. Welch - ashington county
Dr. J. Watt Lafayette
A. X. Amold.....;.'.'.. ,, " Albany
O. "W. Lawson : ...Salem
M. I. Owen .saicm
Mr, t. A, Cobum Oregon City
Mrs. J. DoVore Johnson
Tho. I"aroiis ,
Miss Saliie Applcgate.
Miss It. .V. Owens
T. Scott. KM1.....
Mrn. A. K. Corwin ...
ym 'il' 1 i".olla Walhi
Mrs. Laura DcForce Gordon
MKs Nellie Mossman .
Oilier parties desiring to act as Agents will
please fonvard their name". We want Agents
at every postofllcc throughout Oregon aud
Wash 1 nu ton iTerrltory.
Oregon Steam Navigation Co's Notice.
OATS OF THE COMPANY WILL LEAVE
l'ortluim as IoIIowk :
1'or The Dalle :
Dally (Sundays excepted) at o o'clock A. M.
Monday, Vedncvlay and Friday at 5 o'clock
ttillya'tTj'clrfcli a?x." ' " '
nJ7 J. C. AIXKWOltTH, President.
Oro Fino Theater.
ESSES AND MANAOEIt-
0. 11. WALDUON
GEO. F. IIIUI)
All the Lntc Xovcltlct
Will bVlironglTt out lii'rapid RnrloiT.
Open Every Evening Except Sunday.
Ivery Saturday afternoon at o'clock.
Pre Cirri 1 hi
Hllery. - ...... ft)
Mat I ! price to all partsofthu houe. to
ezrnnx OFFICE onen from 10 a. m. to 1 1. m.
when seats can Ih secured without extra
i, iini -iu
ItIlltIXS' A.lIi:iMC.l.V MI'.TIIOI)
PIANOFORTE GUITAR 'AND ORGAN,
REC ENTLY FROM THE EAST. AXD MORE
recently rnouSau Fraiirlsro, Is stoplngat
J. C. CARSOX'S, csinwr Jelferson and Thlnl
Ms,, hack of the Cougregatloiial Chlircii, when -
she would be clad to ms nil Interested In inn-
rpOsslliKtlme Tly this tnetliixl n pupil sees at
slglit what the fingers lire nsiulred to iM-rfonii:
giving a more thorough knowledge of harmony
and thorough !ass ; learning to play the Piano
and Organ In one-half the tiiiieof the old meth
od. PIcnc give her an Immediate call aud In
quire what the method I.
no .i nouin iroiu 10 4 anu i in !i r. M.
Mrs. WHITE is also Aceut and has for sale.
Wm. McCoiumon's celebrated full Iron rim Pi
anos, of Albany, X. Y.
LADD & TILTON,
, B .2 3ST DSL 0E. BL & ,
DETOSITS RECEIVED AXD ACCOUNTS
keiit subject to check ou draft.
INTEREST allowed 011 TIME DElOSITSor
TRUST FUNDS, In sums of ONE DOLLAR
AND UPWARDS rrom datoordcposH.
MONEY UlANED on approveil security,
lloiids. Stocks and oilier valuables received
on denosll for safe keeiiliur.
1 oiircuoiis mane anu proccetis promptly re
mitted. .InvetmeuU In - ReaLEstatcand' other 'pmp
erty made for parties.
Sight and Telegrahlc' Exchange on San Fran
cisco and tne Atlantic states lor sate.
I JGovenimcnt Securities Imught and sold.
.igcui ior inc iransaciiou 01 an kiiius 01 ri
nanclal and Trust Business. nl
I 31. I'AltRIMir. IS. V WATKIXS. - W. roiINKLI.
Parrish, Watkins & Cornell,
REAL' "ESTATE" "AGENTS,
(E. W. CORNELL, NOTARY PUBLIC)
00 Front St., bet. Washington and Alder ,Sts.,
-IUK ATTEND TO THE BUYING AXD
Selling of Real Estate, Negotiate Iiaiif,
Rent Houses. Titles searched and Acknowl
. .1 '
WE KCY AXD NELL
City and County Property,
PIT - TAXES,
COLLECT NOTES AND ACCOUNTS,
Xesotla(eLoans on Approved Security.
Nearly Teuly "i'earsi' Residence
In Oregon has made us familiar with the value
of Clly and Pounty Property, together with the
' " Tor 'irlro'rinnllon'
Appertaining to t be a teal Katate business, par-
lies win 11110 it 10 inciriiiieresno niivisewitli
Mr. Pnrrlsh, who is the oldest Real Estate
jjeaierin tiiei ity.
Strangers Dcvirlug Infonuntiou
Are requested to call Un us. Wo are pre
pared to offer desirable investments in every
pariui un-gou unu iisuiuswu ii-miur,
We'Afe' 'fTell Snpplled
With Official .Maps,ad other important Infor
mation, whielf in otnsnM to the Public" -
-IARRINII XVAVniSHiA: CORNELL.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE!
Unparalleled Inducements to Clubs
THE NEW NORTHWEST,
A Journal for the People,
DEVOTED TO THE INTETESTS OF HUMANITY.
'ELLEN DOWD, THE FARMER'S WIFE,"
A Serial Store which elves promise of bclnir
even more Interesting than "Judith Held," is
now bem: published lioni vrecic to week.
Arrangement have been made to secure the
Services of a
COMPETENT CORPS OF WRITERS
upon any and all subjects of Public Interest.
The Ni:w XoirrHWKST 1 not a Woman's
ltlirhls. but a Human ltlshtx onran. devotsl
to whatever policy may . necessary to secure
the greatest good to the greatest number. It
knows no sex.no iwllllcs.no religion, no party,
no color, no creel. Its foundation Is fastened
upon me rocK oi h.iemai liioeriy, universal
Emancipation aud I'litnimineled Progrejulon.
OUR PREMIUM LIST.
As an inducement tor our friends to make
exertions to secure lance clubs for the New
Nokthw kst. we otrcr the following list of val
For twenty suu-cnuers, at si iucacu,accom
nanie.1 hv the cash, wc will sive the HOME
.SIIUTTLK SKWIXtt MAC1IIXK. without ta
ble, beautifully ornamented. I'rice, $.10.
For thirtv-llve subscribers. at SlOu each.ac-
coiuiianletl hy the cash, we will glveallOMH
SIIUTTLK KkWIXO l ACIIIXE, with Black
Walnut table, bronzed and nicely finished.
l ' r. . t .- c..k..i.ll.nH ftrt 1.
TI.BSEWlNH MACHINK, llnlshed In extra
style, wltli Ulaclc walnut table and cover.
The above Rowing Machines, which arc war
ranted first-class In every particular, can he
cen at the office oi Oeo. v. Trover. 112 I'ront
for nny suoscrioers, ai 5.1 uu cacu, accom-
raniel iy the cash, wo will give a MASON 4
lAMLIN POItTAHLK OlttiAX, four octave,
slugle reed, with black walnut case, automatic
Mellows swell, iwn mow peiiais, impmvcu cen
ter pressure reed valve, etc. Price, $.71.
For seventy-live nuliscrlbcrs. at S3 (JO each, ac
companied by the casli.a double reed MAhOX
Si HAMLIN OKISAN; resembles the first cx
eetit that It has also a kne ston. Price. STS.
or Hcveniy-nvo Kuoscni.H;rs, ai S3 U) each,
accnmnanled hv the cash and twentv-Mre
dollars auuiiionai, we win give a jiASOji Jt
HAMLIN oucjan, or kivb octaves, one
mil', sEi.K-.imusTiso ki:i:d valves, im-
1-lUlVEU IIEMIWS, TUC3IUI.ANT AND KNEE-
kwixu rnce, ;iuu.
" For ono liundrol subscribers, at (3 DO each
and twenty dollars auultlonaj, we will give a
.M.VWJiS ll.V.lll,l.S UliliA.X, FIVE OCTAVE.
KtVE STOPS, TWO SETS OK ItmilATOIW TllUOCflll-
Otrr, IJJPltOVKII OR.IH-ATKll SEI.P-AUICHTINU
1IEKI) VALVES, IMr)U)VKIHIKLIjOWMTREMCLA!T
AMI LZsl.l.HW .UUU 1UIj., lll.Vl'Ar
FLUTK. TltKMUIVNT. IT ce. S12V.
Thosn who desire to work for these nremlums
can send the names mid monev an fjtioi re
ceived. The subscrilers will le placed to their
credit, ami if enough names are not received
uuring me year 10 procure ine premium ue
slrcd tliey canchooen leserprcmlum,orthey
wlll l eutitleil to receive twviitv-Uve percent.
In cash of the amount remitted "for their labor,
OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST.
As THE New Xoimi west has already proved
a popular Min-c. we an- divided tliat ft sliall
also prove a TTiir Mm.
To enable our friend- who may decide to can
vass for our paper to lienetlt both themselves
and us by Increa-liigourSuliscrlntioii Lists, we
projxise to give the following additional l're
mlums to canva-ssers :
Any suhscrilier who Is in arrears for Hie Xew
Noirrii wt-st, who will send ushls orherown
sulcriptlon fin, anil one new subM'rilKr, ac
minpmiletl by the cash -B UI we will give:
A iwir larlan Marble Va-es;
Or a llolii'iotait 11um VrtM;
lira iMliemian onis i-sinl iteeeiver;
Or J4 dozen Ivory Xnpkln Rings;
Or Vs. dozen Plated Tea Hnoon:
Or 1 pair Alexandre's Kid Gloves;
Or a spangled I July's Fan, leathered edge;
Orau Album for holding MO pictures:
(Irnn Album (extra) forholillng"ii)plvlures:
Orn Fancy lA'tterCnse:
fit- ti Uir 1'ikllot rtl..lw ..t.,.ll...
chalk, l.eriiimery. etc.; '
irn ltritannlaTea I'ot;
Ora Kerosene Lamp;
1 Or 1 dozen lilass (ioblcls;
Ora large Olass Fruit Dish;'
)ra Work Basket;
Ora Fine Kmbmldereil Hiindkervhief;
Or V- dozen IJneu Handkerehif;
OraWslcii Table Cover;
OrM dozen Table Xupklns;
Or Ji dozen Towels;
Or au elegant Portiiionla.
Any suliscrllH-r who Is In nrrears tor a year's
subscription, and who will send his or her own
subscription fee, and two new subscrlliers, ac
companied by the cash making j!) iw we will
A set oi Rogers' Table Forks, triple plated, on
white metal, warranted:
Oru set of Rogcrs'TableSpoons.trlple plated,
on white metal, warranted;
Or a set of Rogers' Ten Shhius, triple plated,
011 white metal, warranted;
Or H dozen Rogers' Russcll'H Table Knives,
ncsifiuaiii.v, wamimcu; '
Ora handsome Bin! Cage.
Any persojj In arreorsforsubscription to Tun
Nkw NonTliwi-sT, who will semi his or her
subscription fee and three new Mihcrileni, ac
companied hy the cash, making I2 00, we will
A handsome Mui-salllcs Quill;
Ora handsome Woolen uulll. red and while
or blue and white;
Or two iwlrs of Nottingham Lace Curtains;
Or three ltalrs Alexandre's Kldtiloves. any
color or size:
Or a Japanese Inlaid Work Box;
Or l.S yards liest yd. wldo sheeting.
For seven subcrllers at S3 1)0 each, amount
ing in s'.'i uj. wo win semi :
An extra Castor, triple plated, on whlto metal
valued at S9 Ml;
Ora Ud".s writing Iicsk.orcsiual vuiue;
Or an Kxtni Japanese Inlaid Work Box.
These articles are all valuable, and are war
ranted to lie Just as we represent I hem. Per
sons living 111 1111s city orwuocan visuuscan
receive these articles fmm our own hands at an
hours notice; or ir not convenient in visit us,
we will send the articles by express to any ad
No order of this kind will receive attention
unless the cosh accomnanle It.
semi monev In lVistoillce orders at the cus
tomary rates of currency, or send draft If pre
ah micrs nroiiinuv aiientieti 10.
We liieen-lv hone that this unparalleled
offer, which l a new feature In the newspaper
business in Oregon, will mcei wiiu a nearry re
siionse fnuii the many friends of our paper,
who up to this time have seemed to rail to real
ize that Tin: Nkw Xoirriiwnrr cannot be run
without money. Xow is the time to makeup
Mniui lietnre some other person gets
the start of you. see what you can do for your
self, the Public and Tin: new :oRTHwrjrr
Oculist and Aurlst. Throat and I.uilff
Laboratory. Consultinc and Operartinp
CORNER THIRD AND MORRISON STS.,
Portland. Oreson. n20
MRS. 31. J. KXSKiX,
Eashionable Dress and Cloak-Maker,
Third Street, Near WnshlUEton,
T'EEPS A FULL ASSORTMENT OF PAT-
XV tcni, trimmed anu uniriniiiieu.
Will find It to their advantage to give her a
Ordm Eicrnlra with XcatiirM and Dispatch.
Cliarges Itensonable. n23
BK. MART A. TIIOMI'SOX,
PHYSICIAN AND ACCOUCHEUR
T-EsinRvr'rc and OFFICE THIRD sr.
XL between Salmon and Main, opposite the
mono Square. .
Calls attended In anv Dart of the city.
Batteries for sale and Instructions given on
the use ofelcctrlcity as a Remedial Agent. nL
JS" WISHING THE SEUVICES ofa
Competent American X'ursic
Can secure the same by calling at the corner of
Filth and Clay sts. niaf
PORTLANI CLOTHING FACTORY
Soys ClotliiMfiT jEjiiioi-tm
BETWEEN SECOND AND THIRD STREETS
A. ROBERTS froprlelor
CLARKE, HENDERSON & COOK,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
and Fancy Dry Goods,
UdlfV mod GHtt Kurnlihlns Goods. If.. Ac.
Cor. First and Washlagton streets,
Portland, Oresrou. Inl2
SB TO HENDEE'S GALLERY
FOlt UEMBILUsTS, PHOTOtSAPIIS, SUN
Pearl", Life-size Pictures, aud
Pleturesi of Every (Irnile,
Children's and babies' Pictures taken cheer
fully and satisfaction guaranteed. Prices mod
erate. In 12
GIVES LESSONS ON THE PIANO AT THE
Residences or Pupils.
112 $30 SAVED!
Why Fay 875 lor a Kenrltiir Machine:
THE IMPROVED HOME SHUTrLK KEW
lng Machine, with black walnut table and
treadle, nicely llnlshed,
Complete for $45 !
A flrst-clas Sewing Machine: uses straight
Needle; under feed: makes "Lock Stitch;"
warranted to do all kinds of family sewing as
wen as any macnine in ine marKei.
A few inor Agentx wanted to canvas coun
ties (not taken for the Improved Hand Ma
chineprice, $;) in Oiegou, Washington and
Call on or address
HUME SIIVTTI.r. AOr.XCY,
112 Front St., IMrtland.
ROYAL- A SMITH, Agents . Salem
DR. R. C. HILL A SsIN, Agents Allany
TUST RETURNED FROM SAN FRAX-
O Cisco with n large and Splendid Stock of
XDEf5T . GOODS,
SILKS, WORSTED GOODS, GRENADINES,
Japanese SiUu, Poplins, Alpacas, Lawns,
A Largo and Beautiful Assortment ot
MILLINERY GOODS, RIBBONS,
Pine Laces, Etc.,
Of every variety aud description.
Straw Goods, Parasols and Kid Cloves
OI the best quality.
JEWELRY, FANCY tiOODS. ETC.,
On hand and made to order.
CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' CLOTHES
Of all descriptions.
Call and Examine the Stock.
Oooh Sold (o Suit the Time.
37 First street, Portland.
mar CONSTANTLY' Receiving New Supplies
by every steamer. 112
MKS. S. J. HC.MKKY,
PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE PAINTER
CAN BE FOUND IN HER STUDIO, 011 the
thinl floor of Corbetl's New Building, from
lu a.v. till 1 r. it. of rich d.iy
sTL.ES.sOMI GIVEN IS L.SICArE FAINT
MUM. K. LAWLESS,
jJ-ANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
SHIRTS, UK31HSHIHI5, DKAWtKS, ETC.,
Corner Front and Yamhill streets, Portland.
Nhlrts Made to Order
Of the best material, and warranted to fit.
All klndsofmendingdonc. n5
UTIU FrUble Proprietor
PIRST STREET, between Main and Madison,
IDrtIand, Oregon. New House, New Fur
niture, ucrllent Accommodations. Board per
week, Hi to $S, Per day, J 1 to il TO, according to
HOME AND SCHOOL FOR BOYS.
PaclHc Vnlverslty, rorent Grove.
TO AN ENIVRQEJIENT. FOUR
KJ more Pupils will
:UM1 Will tu mH.h-A.1 S5....,..
limited to twelve. "
for particulars, address rresident Marsh, or
REV. C M. BLAKE, A. M.,
n39-f Forest Grove, Oregon.
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L. IL WAKEFIELD-
W. II. BKACKETT.
HENRY A. OXEIL
P. C. SCHUYLER, Jrt
;the. unk weed remedy,
Oregon Rheumatic Cure.
alHIS UEMEDY IS COMPOSED OF THE
Active principle of tho Unk AWed.Kng.
Thasplum CnrilatumOriisInls.ljit. Indijenoua
to Oreaon. Qmws most abundantly and ir
fcotly in Wnshington county.
It contains an Active and Votatllr Principle,
extracted by Ether, and a bitter Touie ITin
ciple. MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USES :
It Is the most sure and speedy cure for
Rheumatism, Rheumatic liout and Rheumatic
Pains of all kinds thatwascver introduced Into
the .Materia Medlca. Tho UXIC WHED REM
EDY, as prepared by us, in consequence of the
existing bitter principle, possesses the neces
tary virtue of being a
Promoting the Appetite and Invigorating the
wiiile Digestive Appurutus, thus building up
and strengthening the system, while at the
same time the volatile principle, Ik-Ihc ab
sorbed in the blood, acts ypeclfieully ou tho
Rheumatic I"oson, removing it from the circu
lation and system.
There are few remedies known to tho 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 heilcothe want of success
in treating this prevalent and consequently
heretofore incurable disease. Unlike these
medicines, already known, the UXIC WEED
ItHMEllY,although producing as active aryl as
liowerrul eirecls on the blood and system In re
moving the Rheumatic Poison, also posessesft
strong Tonic and Recuperating Element which
admits of Its continued use even by the most
delicate and debilitated. Thus we havo the
combination for the first time of these two
necessary elements In one remedy, which ac
countsfor Its superiorand never-fulling curative
I'lUx-ts in Rheumatism, Rheumatic Uout and
Rheumatic, Pains of all kinds.
X. IL The I'XK WEED REMEDY Is partic
ularly APPLICABLE TO LADIES, in conse
quence of its Tonic Qualities.
We are aware of the fact that it lsgenerally
an eivsy matter to procure certificates; attesting
thoellicaey of patent remedies from a certain
cla.s of those who use them. AVc- havo selected
the following bccnue the names attached to
them are those of men of the most carefnl and
scrupulous character, and becnuse the largo
class of their acqualnlances in Oregon will not.
Tor a moment, acriieor suspect them of any
esasgendlon in the statements they may
Certificate rrom the Deputy Jailor of Mult
City Jail, Portlnnd, Oregon,)
June T, 1S7L )
Dr. A. M. Loryea A Co.: I was attacked with
:i severe case of rheumatism. It was In my
thlglis, hips, lingers, shoulder blade Indeed in
all the joints or my Ixwly I suirered great pain
and anguish. I wus attended by a regular phy
sician, but with noefTeci. I was Induced to try
your Unk AVeeil Remedy, and it immediately
etirrtl me up. I consider it, from my expe
rience, the let remedy for rheumatism known.
ALFRED F. TURNER. Deputy Jailor.
Tills l to certify that the above statement is
correct to my own knowledge.
JOHN P. WARD, Jailor.
Altn California Book and Job Print in Ofilce,")
."itii California street, 5
Dr. A. M. Iryea i Co.: For several years I
have been subject to rheumatism in my right
arm and shoulder, rendering me unable to
work. On a recurrence of the attack some
time since, I was induced to try your "Unk
Weed Remedv," and the result was a perfect
cure In a few days. I took only two-thirds of
the contents of one bottle. My firm belief is
that the "Unk" Is :i certain cure for rheuma
tism In all its form, audi would heartily rec
ommend all afflicted with that dreadful dis
ease to try your "Remedy" and lie cured.
JNO. IL MCLANE.
Certificate of A. R. Shipley, Esq., special con
trlhutorto the "Willamette Farmer," and Sec
retary ot the Oregon Horticultural Society:
Oswego, Oregon, March W, 1S7I.
Dr. A. M. Loryea: Some lour weeks ago I was
entirely prostrated with rheumatism; In fact I
was almo-t helpless, r sent to you for one 10
ouiice bottle or thu "Unk Weed Remedy," by
the use of which I experienced almostlmme
dlnte reller, and by the lime the bottle was
i-riin- tho rheumatism was rone. From mv
own experience, and from what I have heard
others say who have u-ed the Unk Weed, I
believe it to lie a certain cureiorrueiimaiism.
Yours respeeiruiiy, A. lu SHIPLEY.
Certificate from Hon. A. J. Dtifur. ex-Prosl.
dent 01 tiic Oregon state Agricultural Society
and authorof "Statistics of Oregon:"
Enst Portlnnd, April 1, 1S71.
Dr. A. M. Iryett A Co.: I was afflicted with n.
severe attack of clminic rheumatism; was con
fined to my bed must of the time from January
to July, when I used the Unk Weed and it
cured me up. A. J. DUFU1L
V1.1.V..L ." unmcn 111 uw. liir l-VltUraU-U
st,oek-growerand "King of the Oregon Turf:"
n.ritlMlari..i T .. . , . ... T.-l 11 1
Sauvle's Island, January I J, 1S71.
To Dr. A. M. Ijirvea&Co.: TlilIstonekiinrl.
edge the efficacy of your"Uuk Wel Itemed v.
or Oregon Rheumatic Cure." I wus afflicted
for montlis wltli a very serious attack of in
tiammatwry rheumatism, and tried nearly all
of the so-called rheumatic remedies without
any reuci perceivauie. 1 men tried your
Remedy, and Its use resulted lu the most hannv
effects a perfeat cure. Truly yours.
J A JIM Lilit.tZ.
Ccrtllicatc from the well-known merchant.
O. W. Weaver, Esq.:
The Dalles, May St, lgll.
Dr. .V. M. Loryea Sz Co.: I have used the "Unk
Weed Remedy," and can cheerfully recom
mend It to persons afflicted wltli intlammatnry
rheuinatism. It cured me of that disease. My
hands, wrist, ankles indeed, all my Joints
were swollen and very painful.
O. W. WEAVER.
Certificate from Hon. Nat. II. Lane. Pilot
Commlsslonerof Oregon, and a member of the
City Council ot East Portland:
East Portland, April 10, 1SH.
Dr. A. M. Iyiryea A Co.: I have been afflicted
for several years past wltli "weakness in the
back." and wandering rheumatic nalns. ac
companied hy severe constipation. By the use
of one Isittle of your "1'nk Weed Remedy.or
uregon itiusiiuauc ciin'," 1 nave ueen ennreiy
relieved, and I cheerfully recommend it as a
most valuable and effective Tcmed v.
NAT. H. LANE.
Certificate from Hon. Gideon Tlbbetts, a
member of the City council of East Portland:
Enst Portland, April 7, 1S71.
Dr. A. M. Iorvea A Co.-tiont-s: This is to in-
form you tliat I have used your "Lnk ced"
ror neuralgia and rlieumatlc pains, and found
relieffromthonseof only one bottle, and can
Certificate from Hon. E. L. Quimby, ex
County Commiasloner of Multnomah county,
Oregon: . Kast Portland, April 1, 1S71,
Dr. A. M. Loryea & .Co.: I have Used the "Unk
Weeil Remedy," and am satisfied it Is a valua
ble medicine. It regulate and Invigorates tho
svstem. This is my experience with the Rem
edy. Truly yours, E. L. QUTJIRY:
Certificate from the celebrated
Prof. Otto Vleuxtemps:
Oregon Musical Institute. 1
Portland, May 22, 1371. f
Dr. A. M Loryea & Co.: I was attacked with
severe Inflammatory rheumatism, suffering
great pain, and wis so prostrated that I was
unable to tend to my busl noss. I used one bot
tle of your "Unk Weed Remedy, or Oregon
Rheumatic Cure," and wns entirely cured hy
it alone. OTTO VIEUXTEMPS.
riJT TJP IN TEN-OUNCE BOTTLES,
One DoIInr ami Fifty Cents per Bottle.
PREPARED AT THE
OREGON MEDICAL LABORATORY,
1312. LORYEV sSs CO.,
ILVST PORTH.VND, OItKC!Q.
bstFor SAtn nv ali. Diwsourre.