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MARCH 15, 1S72.
Who is llieoldest inhabitant is now the
Political wire-pulling, is particularly
lively just now.
Oranges are raised fcccessfully as far
north as Stockton.
Seattle and Walla Walla are each to
have a skating rink.
The Republican State Convention will
convene next Wednesday.
The total number of school children in
Washington county is 1,803,
The Chemeketa Hotel, Salem, will be
re-opened on the first of August,
The title of the Dramatic Chronicle
has been changed to Dally Chronicle.
There hasn't Iteen a prisoner in the
Washington county jail for six.montliB.
Petersburg is the name of a new town
just laid off six miles eastof Roscburg.
Rev. Mr. Condon's lecture on the the
"Fossil Horse" will be given March 22d
ArUtttr's Home Magazine for March is
jnst at hand. It is a very interesting
Next Monday is St Patrick's Day.
Jt will be appropriately celebrated
exists in Washington
at Albany, under the
management of Prof. Warren, is In a
There are four hundred and forty
school children at the Dalles. The num
ber of each sex is precisely equal.
Upwards of $12,000 of the endowment
for the McMinville college has been
raised by the Agent, Rev. R. C. Hill
The people of Portland seem to appre
ciate lectures. Several are given every
week, and are generally well patron-
Mrs. Miller will repeat her lecture on
"Man his past, present and future,"
next Saturday evening in Philharmonic
Col. Joe Meek willleoturc iu Portland,
at the Court House, March 20th, on
early days in Oregon. Let him have a
Attention is called to Dr. Alwru's
wonderful cure of a case of palsy, tho
particulars of which will be found in
the Special Notice column.
The Children's Hour is the best juve
nile publication extant. The March
number lying before us amply proves
the assertion we have made.
Hon. J. F. Caples lectured before the
Washington Debating Society last Tues
day evening on the "Battle of Life."
The subject was ably handled.
Five prisoners escaped from the Eu
gene City jail a few nights ago. Linn
and Lane counties seem to have poor
accommodations lor jau birds.
We understand that Mrs. Victor's
new work, "AH over Oregon and Wash
ington Territory," will soon be issued.
We predict for it a large run of orders.
If you want a good remedy for rheu
matism and kindred ailments, try Dr.
J. W. Muqiy's Magic Oil. It is highly
recommended by those who have tried
The Republican Convention next
week will probably nominate Jos. Wil
son for Congress, although Photograph
Dowell has Southern Oregon pledged to
Rev. Thos. Condon will lecture before
the Young Men's Christian Association
next Tuesday evening in the new Ma
sonic Hall. A rare treat may be ex
The United States Assay Oillcc at
Boise is now in full operation, under the
supermtendoncy of John R. McBride,
formerly a member of Congress from
Persons wishing to dispose of or in
vent iu real estate of any description
should always consult Wni. Davidson.
He will give you the best bargains in
One of bur city subscribers wants to
know why the Youth's Literary' Society
don't get up a course of lectures, or a
benefit of some kind, as the Society is in
need in funds.
A dispatch from Attorney General
Williams announces that the State title
to swamp lands has not been confirmed.
This contradicts a dispatch sent recently
by Mr. Gilfrey.
Edwood .Evans and A. S. Abemethy
have been appointed Commissioners
from Washington Territory to the Cen
tennial Anniversary, to be held in Phil
adelphia July 4.1S7C.
Tho Washington county delegates to
the Republican State Convention, which
meets in Portland next are in
structed to support W. D. Hare for
Mrs. Lizzie Monell, one of our warm
est personal friends, and well known iu
this city, was recently married to Mr.
Chapman Yates,'of San Jose, Cal. The
ceremony was performed in Pan Fran
cisco. May joy attend the happy couple.
.Senator Corbett states that he has
succeeded in getting the Committee on
Commerce of the Senate to insert in the
River Appropriation bill an item of $50,
000 for the construction of a dredger to
operate m the Columbia and Willamette
Under the head of "enterprise" the
Dallas Republican says: "Enterprise.
Our real estate agent of Portland seem
to be fully alive to the necessity of fur
nishing information' to Eastern people
concerning our State. None are taking
more interest in this matter than Wm
Davidson. We have just received from
him a map of tho Northern Pacific Rail
road, showing the connections and prin
cipal points on the route. Mr. David
son has published mapsand descriptions
of Oregon, some of which may be found
at our oillce, and has taken pains to cir
culate them extensively thoroughout
the whole world. Many have been pub-
i.onL-ii in uermaii, uu sent lo keen
watch on the Rhine for stray immi
grants. Such efforts are sure to meet
"Oregon-and Her Resources'' is the
title of a work just issued by Hugli
Small. It contains ISO pages, replete
with Information regarding the climate,
soil and general advantages of Oregon.
Those wishing to be informed on tho re
sources of Oregon should rca'd if
Gov. G rover has appointed C. B. Bel
linger, Esq., Prosecuting Attorney, be
lieving that the present incumbent ex
Gov. A. C. Gibbs cannot hold the ofll
ces of U. S. District Attorney and Pros
ecuting Attorney at the same time. The
question will be tested in the courts.
Upton, the traveling newspaper man,
has resurrected the Lafayetto Courier.
The number before us is neat iu typo
graphical appearance, and although
small, evinces good judgment as regards
Its reading matter, both in selections
and editorials. Of course It is Demo
cratic The attractions at Oro Fjno Theatpr
still'continue to draw good houses The
"Pearl of.Savoy" had a good run the
last week. In this piece Mrs. Wuldron
had the leading character, and sustained
it admirably all the way through. She
fully demonstrated her right to a place
in the first rank of her profession.
"Belphegor, the Mountebank," has also
been quite successful. "Grlfilth Gaunt"
is now being played.
There are tho careless people, those,
"who know the right, and yet the wrong
pursue." They plunge recklessly on
without a thought for the words they
use; ineir sentences abound with ex
clamations and expletives moro expres
sive than choice; their slang phrases
are an onense to cultivated ears: and
they exhaust the superlatives of the
language on the most ordinarv occa
sions. It is they who preface every sen
tence, even on trival topics, with "My
Stars!" "By George" ''By Jupiter!"
-uracious!" "uood Lord!" "Thun
der!" "You bet!" "No, you don't!"
In their vocabulary' "Oh!" "Indeed,
yes!" "Well!" and "Ah!" are as thick
ly strewn as leaves in Vallambrosa.
With them a funeral Is "jolly," a prayer
meeting "funny," an ordinary perform
ance is "firstrrate," the lowest round on
the ladder of beauty is "real pretty,"
and their indiscriminate admiration is
expressed by the much abused epithets,
"splendid, beautiful, magnificent, su
perb, bewitching, fascinating, charm
ing, delicious, exquisite." etc Anv vi
olation of law belonging to their code is
"shameful;" a refusal to conform with
their wishes is "horridmean:" a common
cold is "terrible." and a headache "be
yond endurauce." They are always
'roasted" or "frozen." or "melted:"
their frieuds aro beatified witli every
virtue; and their enemies are the otl-
scounngs ot ine race. Tbey so com
pletely exhaust tho language on com
mon occasions tliat no words are left to
give the expressions to their deeper feel
ings. A second- class includes those who vi
olate tho laws of etymology. They have
oeen inorougniy trained in the gram
mar of language, yet refuse to be regu
lated by its precepts. This class is a
large one and includes among its auda
1. Those who use the objective case
for the nominative; as, "It is me," for
"it is iy "ii it ucr," lor "it is sue;"
"It is us." for "It Is we."
2. Those who use tho nominative case
for the objective; as "Between you and
for "between you and me;" "Like
you and I," for "Like you and me;"
"I know tcho you mean," for "I know
whom you mean."
3. Those whose subjects and verbs do
not agree in number and person; as
".?, I," -for "Say I; "You was,"- for
"You were;" "My feel's cold," for "My
feet are cold;" "There's thirty;" for
"there are thirty."
4. Those who use the indicative mood
for the subjunctive; "If I teas you," for
"if I were j'ou."
5. Those who use the nrcsont tense
for the past; "I seo you yesterday," for
x saw you yesteraay."
C. Those who uso thciutransitive verb
for tho transitive; "If he is a mind to,"
for "If he has a mind to."
7. Those who use Incorrectly the much
abused verbs sit and He; as "I am going
to lay down," for "I am coins: to lie
down;" ."I laid down this .morning,"
for "I lay down this niorniuz:" "I shall
set there," for "I shall sit there."
8. Tuose wno use the adverb for the
adjective; as, "She looks beautifully,"
lor "sue iooks beautiful;" or Its oppo
site; "She walks graceful," for "She
y. Tuose wno use a plural ad ective
witli a singular noun: as Those kind."
for "That kind;" "Six pair," for "Six
iu. Tiiose wno use tne compound rcl-
ativo for the conjunction; as "I do not
know but what I will," for "I do 6t
know but that I will."
11. Those who use the objective case
after the conjunction "than;" as, "He
knows more than me," for "He knows
more than I."
12. Those who uso double negatives;
as, "2so you don't neither." for "No
you don't cither."
13. Those who use the nrenosition: as.
"Different to," for "Different from."
"In regard of," for "With regard to."
14. Those who use the sunerlative de
gree for the comparative; as, "The old
est of two;" for "The older of the two."
Death to Bros. Tim fni
eelpc for destroying bugs on squash and
cucumber vines has been successfully
used for years. It is certainly worth a
inai: Dissolve a tablespoonrul of salt
peter in a pailful or water, put 1 pint of
this around each hill, shaping the earth
so that will it not spread much, and the
" -. - n; wore saiipeicr ir you
can afford it it is good for vegetable,
but death to animal fife. The bugs bur
row in the earth at night and fall to rise
In the morning. It is also good to kill
the grub In peacli trees, only use twice
as much, say a quart to each tree. There
was not a yellow or blistered Iraf n,.
twelve or fifteen trees to which it was
applied last season. jo danger of kill
iner vegetables with it. A concentrated
solution applied to young beans made
them grow wonucriuny.
A minister, at a colored wedding, wish
ing to make some humorous remark.
said: "On such occasions as this it is
customary to kiss the bride, but in this
case we will omit it." io mis unciencal
rir f ho Indfcnant brideexoom Verv
pertinently replied: "On such occasions
as this It is customary to give the min
ister $10, but In this case we will omit
Intricate Views. It is sincular to
observe how intricate a subject will ap
pear to one nerson. at the same time it
nnvwvirs ninfn nnil clear to another: and
the other shall see how very near he is
to understanding It, and shall see what
intercepts his sight, butuotbeable by all
his endeavors to make himself fully sen
sible of it -
Madam Llnd GOldschmldt isTcported
to have hald lately that her daughter,
now fourteen years old, promises to sur
pass her mother in quantity and quality
We have read with hearty approval
senator bumner's powerful argument
In behalf of the civil rights of colored
men. urn, uy an Inevitable fatality,
every weighty sentence applies equally
jo woman, whose wrongs are studiously
Tills silence can no longer be regarded
as accidental. Senator Wilson's bill lo
enfranchise woman in the Territories
has broughfe the'Subjectibefore the Sen
ate In a practical form, upon which no
doubtful questions of constitutional law
can complicate the issue. In tho House,
Mr. Hoar's proposition to forbid the dis
franchisement of any class of citizens
who now votn In thn Territories is
designed to guard the political rights of
me women ot Wyoming anu ciaii,
while Mr. Butler's speech in support of
the women's petition for a declaratory
act places him squarely upon record in
favor of suffrage for women.
But while wo rejoice at the honorable
prominence which Massachusetts has
achieved this winter in Congress upon
the greatest political question, the equal
rights of -woman, "we listen anxiously to
hear the sonorous voice of our senior
Senator. Must we listen in vain ? The
following .appeal from Mr. Tlltoii, ad
mirable alike in matter and manner,
expresses tho general feeling of Mr.
Sumner's constituents. We shall await
Ills reply with the deepest interest For
tiie- time has come when no political
leader, worthy of the name of a states
man, can any longer stand neutral upon
the question of Woman Suffrage.
To Charles Sumner, Senator of the
United Stales; Sir: In common with
many of your friends, I have been
somewhat bewildered by your recent
speech, entitled, "Equality before the
You therein uttered doctrines which.
if applicable to negroes, are equally ap
plicable to women. Anu yet (unless
your habitual and infelicitous silence on
tne woman question lias misinterpreted
your views) you still deny to women
those very rights which for years you
nave eloquently demanueu ior negroes.
But tell me bv what process of reason.
by what instinct of justice, by what
high statute of ethics, can you withhold
from one class of American citizens that
same "equality before the law," whose
very eaence is, that it belongs alike to
an classes :
There is no ground iu reason orequity
for such a discrimination.
Have Tou"wo!chwr vour wonls ? Un
doubtedly you have, for you area gravo-
miuucd man. But I beg you to weigh
onco again the following wonls, which
you uttered last week iu the Senate.
"ine nreclse rule." von sav. "is
equality before the law; nor more nor
less: that is. that condition before the
law iu which all are alike being enti
tled, without any discrimination, to the
equal enjoyment of all Institutions,
privileges, advantages and conveniences
created or regulated by law, among
wincu are ine rignt to testily ami the
right to vote."
In uttering the above noble words
worthy to be graven in adamant over
tiie entrance to the Capitol you have
apparently (yet perhaps unwittingly)
confessed that all citizens, and there
fore women, are entitled, to 'equality
before .the'-'Law;"that'all-citlzeiis; and
therefore women, ought to stand in "a
condition before the law in which all are
alike;" that all citizens, and therefore
women, must be accorded an "equal en
joyment of all institutions, privileges,
advantages and conveniences created or
regulated by law;" that all citizens, and
therefore women, must possess "the
right to testify;" and, finally, that all
citizens, and therefore women, should
enjoy the "right to vote."
Woman's right of suffrage follows,
therefore, as a necessary conclusion from
your own logic Why, then, do you not
accept this conclusion and acknowledge
that, as all these rights justly belong to
negroes, so also they justly belong to
My intcrestjji your public,career is
disturbed at remembering' (as I must)
that John Stuart Mill of England, for
his advocacy of Woman Suffrage, is
wearing the laurel that ought to crown
mo urowot unnrics bumneror America.
I grieve to hear reformers sav fas thev
do) that the chief of American Senators,
after bavinjr been a life-loner chamnion
of negroes, at last falls in chivalry of
siaiesmansnip towant women. Having
spent thirty years of eloquence on tho
rights ot the one class, now can you now
sit dumb concerning the rights of the
For the salte, therefore, of your own
famo as a consistent statesman, as well
as for the sake of the good cause of
Woman Suffrage, I respectfullv unre
you, to inukc a clear answer tp each.of
the following questions, all of which are
suggested by your last sjeech :
.birst, lou hold that all citizens should
stand in that "condition of the law In
which all are alike." In saylntr this do
you mean to exclude women ?
beconil, ou noiu that all citizens are
justly "entitled, without any discrimi
nation, to the equal enjoyment or all
institutions, privileges, advantages and
conveniences created or regulated by
law." uo you tieny these to women V
Third, you hold that all citizens must
have "the right to testify." Do you
refuse tliis to women ? , .
" FlhaUjVlioId'lliaF all citizens
should enjoy "the right to vote." Do
you accord this to women?
I beg you to answer these questions.
whether it be as the friend or foe of
Woman Suffrage; for, on this subject.
your accustomed frankness on public
questions is leading many of your old
and best friends (including some who
have been your life-long comrades In
the anti-slavery struggle) to feel an
noyed at your Inconsistency? to accuse
you of vacillation, and to suspect you of
Meanwhile I remain, as ever, your
A Dead Soul. In some few sad lives
there comes a moment when the shadow
of death passes over the soul without
touching the hotly. After that wo walk
SJUiffi Tr .aPPo'Htwl path through the
Si i r Jaugliand and buy, and
Sell, nilil mnrrv nn1 r..l rfJ.
maybe;and morcofourionds old wlto
our hands and wish us God-sneed on
our way, imagine when they lioklntS
our eyes that we are dead, that there is
no more light In the evening nor
freshness In the morning dew, tint In
our heart there is neither hopV, fear, r
grct remembrance, nor delight; only so
much or the red heart-throb as keepS un
the show or lire for other needs th our
e"'r bv hruL h rme ;am1, amuscd lilm
seii bj breaking rurniturc,tc The wire
fen a"d I'110" U,c work of dStrac-
iblclff' dowh an made out
ai id I Ita 35 ?VCP' artlde destroyed
anu ns alue. This done sho went to tho
Matilda Heron, in tho very greatest
brilliancy of her career, oceanic rascin
ntil with ii man who hail trained sotno
reputation as a musician, a composer
anu leaucr oi an uruuusiru. n was nis
music that won her. tahe loved him,
and married him because she loved him
He had'other motives: It was not her
talent, it was not her personal appear
ance, it was not her kind heart or good
reputation which attracted him. It was
tho money she had earned and her abil
itv to earn more. It did not take lnnr
for the loving but deceived wife to dis
cover this. Hard things and sorrowful
things arc quickly rorced upou our com
prehensions in this world.
Matilda Heron no sooner became ran
vlnccd of this than sho set about to do
what only her own generous, butpecu
liar nature would have suggested. "He
married me for my money," site said to
her friends, "and ho snail have It"
She at once proceeded to make over to
him in legal form her house, her ward
robe, her diamonds, everything of value
which she had In the world. It was in
vnin that her friends attempted to dls
suade her from a course soabsunlfroru a
utilitarian point of view. Sho was ob
stinate in her purpose, and completed
thesacriflco by paying this man s.1,800
a year rent for the very house which she
deeded to hlni, an(T which sno nau patu
for with her own hard earned money.
Of this husband, It Is a sufficient indi
cation of character to say that he ac
cented all this.
Matilda Heron had no heart for the
stage after this. She determined to earn
flier living by teaching elocution. But
pupils were rew, ror tne woman was
now poor and obscure. She removed
from ono residence to another trying to
live by economy when she could not
work. It was no use. Sho was forced
again to try the stage. But grief had
mado sad havoc with her spirits, time
ureauiui inroaus upon her attractions.
"You can never please the public with
that figure." Eaid one manacor to her.
"The public will onlylook attheheart
anu orams oi jiatiiaa Heron," suo said
But her confidence was misplaced,
The public had found newidolsand nee-
Iected its old favorite. Then sho wrote
new plays, in which she hoped to at
tract with noveltv. One of thorn. It is
remembered, was called "Tho Belle of
"It Is an excellent play," said tho
manager who produced it for her, "but
it. ueeus a oeue.
The next that is heard of thU nnnr.
broken woman she Is laughing stock of
ii oi. ijouis auuicncc, because or her mls-
IOUUllO and tho netrllironceof linr mnnn.
ger. They speak of her now as "crazy,"
anu ru b tucv aro rnriit. wno n.as
certainly had trials and grier enough to
maKo her so. Vlucago Times.
What a Womax Dm. On Wednes
day last, notwithstanding the storm, the
mercury nine degrees below zero, a
woman, accompanied by her little son,
a lad or some ten years, drove into town
from tho north, nud marketed at the
Uvia Cooperage some 200 hoop poles,
wincu sue uerscii cut anu loaueu the day
before Tho foreman of the Cooperase.
Mr. Bose, seeing that the woman was iu
adestitute condition, invited her and the
boy to his house, where they partook or
a warm dinner, mo poor woman's story
is indeed a pitiful one. Her husband lms
been confined upon a bed of sickness for
some tlme.andisyetuuabicto leave the
house. Their scanty store or provisions
was out and with no bread for her little
ones to eat, she was forced to do some
thing to Keep starvation from creeping
upon them. Although not an expert
iui iub wuouman's axo sue suouiuereti
It and manufactured with a right good
will the two hundred boon nolos wTiMi
she sold at tho Cooperage. The fall fires
uumeu up tneir stock or wood and
Staves. Which the husband liml In ronrl.
mess jor market, expecting with the
proceeds accrulncr from thcirsaln in nm-
curc provisions for the winter. Ono of
our citizens, hearing the straitened
circumstances in which the poor woman
was placed immcdlatly set about a col
lection for her benefit A purse of $9 15
was raised, which was received hv hpr
wnu many mauKS. this lamlly live In
the township of Capin, Saginaw county.
some 17 miles from this village. After
makincr a few purchases, thewnmnu nmi
littlo boy started for their homo at half
past eight o'clock to ride seventeen miles
In an open sleigh such a nlghtas tho20th
was, after haviug traveled that distance
m tne earn- morning, with a load which
would admit or only slow travel. It was
an undertaking which row men would
wish to perform, but when we consider
it was performed by a woman who
would not see her family suffer, wo must
acknowledgo her an able specimen of
her sex, and ono worthy of assistance
and rcller. OvutMtch) licglslcr.
Miss Williams, the new city physician
of Springfield, Massachusetts, "is not a
beautiful woman, not even a pretty one,
but has a combination of tender woman
liness and enduring strength about her
that makes a person believe in her at
once." ane is now engaged in a whole
sale vaccination of school-children.
Mollio Morton 13 the name of the for
tunate fair ono declared by tho Grand
Duke to be the handsomest woman he
had met in America. She is a cUoicnnc
of Little Rock, Arkansas, and his High
ness escorted her to the supper-room at
tne ixiuisvine ban.
The Empress Dowager of Brazil freed
one hundred and forty slaves upon her
plantation ol Macacos, recently sold, nnd
has provided for tho Infirm and aged
George Sand Is lylngalmost hopelessly
III at her villa. She is OS years old.
Fanny Fern has engaged not to write
for any paper but the Ledger.
For the very best photographs, 60 to Bnullejr
4 ltulofson's Gallery without STAIRS
JWASCEKD IN THE ELEVATOR, 423 Mont
gomery St., Ban Francisco.
Flour-Extra. $C per barrel; Extra country
brandi. So KVai 73.
wneai Jiamei uusciucu.
Butter-FIno dairy, a30c P" pound; ordln
nry.aTifMSJic. Kgcs x per dozen.
Tho following person are duly authorized to
act aa Agent lor the New Jfoirrn west :
Mr. M. J. Enslcn.- Portland
O.B. Wood .. Traveling Agent
Mrs. M. Jeffries Traveling Agent
II. II. welch-
Ir. J. Watt
A. X. Arnold.-.
fi. "W. Lawaon
JI. P. Owen-
Mrs. C A. Cobuni-
Mrs. J. DoVore Johnson .
J. T. Scott. Eo
Mm. A. K. Corwln...
O. AV. Mortntn
J. W. Jackson. ...
i x: Kinhcr-
Mr. I .aura IV Force (Jordan
MUs Nellie. Mossman
Other partlc desiring to act as Arent.i will
Please rorwant their name. AVc want Agents
at every postonicc throughout Oregon and
DR. VAN DEN BERSH'S
aovereis" Worm Syvup.
Minis Tnrrr.v wosiierviti. -M-rnmrMr
JL Usrarranted to expel all worms from the
anu moraacji, eacepi jnpe ana cnain
The proprietor has taken much pain to test
the comparaUvo merlin of the principal Worm
Medicines or the day, which, numerous as the
Entozoa themselves, have overspread the
land, each rlalmlni? fnr Itself the nam a nf ituv.
cine; and, whllo wo frantcly acknowledgo that
many of them arc often successful, and do great
Eixxi, were we not nssurcu mat mis com Dines
advantage ixissessed bv no other worm medi
cine. It introduction at thU late day would not
nave oeen aucmpicu.
The nleasant taste, and exceedlnclv small
quanuty of this medicine required to test the
existence or worms, or to remove every one
fmiti ti fuIiiii If nmnf !fit In n fm. t..
unaided bv any other purge, together with lt
certainty or cneci. constitute it one of the most
unuiani uiscovenes oi tuo age.
Had wo space here, scores or certificates
might be adduced to show Its nmrrpslv nn.i
rapidly Increasing reputation for the laxt feu
years; but to promulgate IU fame and estab-
nu us cnaracier, we oniy ait jor a trial.
It sneedr oneratlon In nil sudden ntt.tffr
convulsions, colic, Cti or spasms, gives It an
unrivaled superiority. Sent by express on re-
SYMPTOMS OP WOItMS.
Alternate nnlln? nnil flushln. nf 41. n -
".u.uw, uuii expression oi ine eyes, drowsi.
Ines. Iti.hlnir nf ffhA nncp.n airallo.1 nwi-it
tongue Whltelv riirred nnd thIMrK- ...Li.i,.
with red points, feted breath.an enlarged belly
tho skln.a starting In tho sleep and grinding of
the teeth, a sensation as ir something was
iikikcu in ine tnroat, n gradual wasting of the
flesh, sickness nr ti.n --.T.;' -
I?,1! KP"c?.URU'onl?c.tIU' oouietimes vora
cious, at other times feeble, bowels sometimes
Ta 11 13.. km 1. m r"mc looic, great rretfulnesx
and Irritability ofteru per, pains in the stomach
and bowels, colic, flu, convulsions and palsy.
Its value In removing masses or crudities
from the stomach nnd bowels of children, even
n .icu ..u.ji,', ujui, cuiiaiH dc too niguiv es
timated. Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, bv
DR. VAN DEN BEItOII and Aeent In ..liVVr.
lc and towns.
Dr. Van Den Renrh can he mnmlini nn n
diseases that the human system Is heir to. Ills
mug upenence in uiseases 01 women and
cnuuren cannot do surpassed Dy anv physl
clan In the United States or Eurooc. Dr. V. ml
isc Muucn iruuuieu wnn any irregularities ox
tho Uterus to try his new remedies and ft-t
ISy consulting and undereoln? a slmnle ot.
amination the afflicted can learn If their dis
ease dc worms or not. At all events. Dr. Van
Den Ilergb can tell them from what disease
they are nufferlng.
Consultations and exnmlnnftnns trtx. nr
Officb RoOM.s-33 and 2), over Postofflce.
inciters describing the symptoms will be
promptly nnswered. nnd wnnm llvlnc nt a
distance will be saved the expense nnd trouble
ui caning on ine uocior. Aaurcss
JJIE. J. W. VAN DKN BERG II,
P. O. Box 1T2, Salem, Oregon.
AVitliei-oll &; Ho 1 111 1111,
o. 80 Front Street, Portland,
TriLI, FIND EMPLOYMENT FOR AUj
i those applying for situations in any ca
pacity from Wood-chopper down to a Fat Of-
PaV Sneclal ntlotltlnl, tn nlbtnlnfnir I'.n..
Help, House Servants, Railroad Hands, etc,
Irrespective or Nationality.
Parties sending orders from a distance must
bo explicit In their orders, stating Jnst what
they want, what they will pay, etc., (accompa
nied bv our nrrlre rw irt ,viii.i, mn. .in.
uU..i-u uujii uuipiuji-vs wnges), stating wnctn
cr they will or will not bo responsible for trav
eling expenses of hired help.
J. It. wrTHERELT-
F. DILLAltD IIOLMAN.
Quit coxunrssioxAi. candidate!
s. w. Mcdowell, m. d.,
ANNOUNCED AS TIIE
WOMAN SUFFRAGE CANDIDATE
rpHE DOCTOR -VVII.I. FURNISH HIS PIIO-
i lograpn to any nuurcss in good style (cabl-
mm nis uckci, 10 any person wtsning
to vote that ticket next Jiino.n.r tin.
of 50 cts. in postage KtAUip. Send by mall or
s. w. Mcdowell, m. d.,
CB-DI1 Mrs. Il.ct that rntC'lilckciir"-to
rV, IK)NT YOU KNOW T SHE GOT
ASCHENHEIM & BULKEIEY'S WASHINGTON
where they keep all kinds of Fresh Poul
try, uumc anu risu, and receive by every
steamer a splendid assortment of California
N. U, Consignments from the country solle-
NEW GOODS AND LOW PRICES!
HOLMES A' McCAIX,
Clioicc Groceries. Etc.
Corner Third nnd Yamhill streets.
OSTHIGIIEST PRICES nnld for Cnnnlrr Pm.
DR. ABO RN,
Oculist nnil Anrlst, Throat nnd T.nng
Laboratory Consulting' and Operarting-
CORNER THIRD AND MORRISON ST&,
Portlnml, Oregon. ti3
TIXE DCOSX CITY ;
CHICAGO AS IT WAS AND AS IT IS.
A U'iFSPJf..? TI.IE GREAT CHICAGO
x- Fire. TrhtlituI nnd nccurale. A vivid nnd
detailed account or the most terrible calamity
that has ever befallen the civilized world.
Startling Incidents. "Hair Breadth 'scapes."
The fearful ravage or thn vim .in.i n,
t . fi'VTj iTorosely and beautltully 11-
and since the fire, still sublimely grand In Its
ruins. Orders will be filled and received. The
asicsi selling dook ever sold by agents. Sena
81 for can vasslng outfit nnd secure an Agency
immeuiateiy. Agents also wanted for
WONDERS OF THE WORLD.
Thousand Illustrations, comprising star
. .. . . i i i . i n t . .ml wnnder-
tnng scenes, interesting lnciuenis mm ";"
fill events tn all Countries and nmong all I eo-
- a u ft B.!1 Jtr- III..
HE BEST AND CHEAPEST GROCERIES
HE HAD BY CALLING AT
J. P. MATTINCLY'S,
of B and First streets, Portland, Ore-
Oregon Steam Navigation Co's Notice.
BTflaSNY WIIX LEAVE
Tor The Dalle ,
Dally (Su ndays excepted) at 5 o'clock a. m."
Monday. Wednesday and Friday at 3 O.clook
Dally at 7J o'clock a. m.
1137 J.&AINBWORTII, President.
Oro Fino Theater.
LESSEE AND MANAGER (J. B. WALDRON
STAGE MANAGER-. GEO. F. BIRD
LEADER OF ORCHESTRA CHAS. BRAY
SCENIC ARTIST. U I. BESTON
All the Late Novelties
Will be brought out In rapid succession.
Open Every Evening- Except Sunday.
Every Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Matinee prices tonll parts of the house. so
BJTBOX OFF1CR nnon fmm tn . --
wheneats can" te
tor cast see "Dramatic Chronicle." naj
Mrs. M. C. AVliito,
BOBBINS' AMERICAN METHOD
PIANOFORTE, GUITAR AND ORGAN,
1 V pTiV6iv stopping at
J. C CARSON'S, corner Jefferson and ThinI
.1- 7 .Ti 1 . . uiLAJii-ftieu 111 mu
sic, and Wish tn lenm tr ntnv it. tl. -I.. .
jwlbletinic. Uy tliis method a pupil kocs at
giving n more 1 borough knowledge or harmony
and tir-n, Tl,, Li.,i;?i.'.Vi:.,J ''ilJty "!C. 1 la"
. "wiiii immeuiatecall and In
quire vhat the method Is.
i. . -ri.fc itnu iiasiorsaie.
TV m. IcLominon's celebrated full Iron rim Pil
. ........... 4. nsitr
LADD &. TILTOIV,
3S Sk. 3ST S 3E3 DEL S ,
DEPOSITS RECEIVED AND ACCOUNTS
kept subject to check on dran.
INTEREST allowed on TIME DEPOSITS or
TRUST FUNDS, In sums or ONE DOLLAR
AND UPWARDS from date of dcjwslU
MONEY LOANED on approved security.
Bonds, stocks nnd other valuables received
on deposit for safe keeping.
Collections made and proceeds promptly re
mitted. Investments In Real Estate nnd other prop
erty made for parties.
Sight and Telcgmhlc Exchange on San Fran
cisco and the Atlantic States for sale.
jovrrnmcnt Securities bought nnd sold.
Agent for the transaction of all kinds of Fi
nancial and Trust Business. nt
l. at. rAimisu. a. e. watkixs. e. w. cornixi.
Parrish, Watkins & Cornell,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
(E. W. CORNELL, NOTARY PUBLIC)
90 Front St., bet. Washington nnd Alder Sts.,
Wrtl ,ATTEND T0 mB BUYING AND
I Selling of Iteal Estate, Negotiate Loans.
item nouses. Title searched and Acknowl
Wi: BUY AND SELL
City and County Property,
COLLECT NOTES AND ACCOUNTS,
Negotiate loans on Approved Security.
Nenrty Tircnty Tears Residence
In Oregon has made us familiar with the value
ot City and County Property, together with the
Appertaining to the Real Estate business, par
ties will find It to their Interest to advise with
Mr. Parrish. who In tho ni.toct ni t.'..r,.
jjuuii-r in ine my.
Strnngers Deslrluir Infbrmntlnn
... . - . .. v. ii n t: are pre
pared to oner desirable Investments In every
Art. nnnnHikl fn miII a ... it..
fss,v vt-ftvu uiiu lTiwiuuigioa acmxory,
TVe Are Well Knnnlloil
With Official Maps, and other Important Infor-
rnnt nti nrhl.h I rr . i . . . .
PARRISH, WATKINS A CORNELL.
HURBREN & SHINDLER,
DIRECT IMPORTERS AND MANOFAC
tnrers or every variety of
Oak, WalBnf, Rosewood, Chestnnt, Etr.
MtHILBlNfiS, MIRR8AS, BLACK WALNUT LUMBER,
Pain, Ilnlr, Moss, Excelsior (Slue,
Etc, Etc, Etc
THE LARGEST STOCK I
TIIE BEST OOODSt
Tire LOWEST PRICES!
Wake Rnos-Nos. ibo, 3gs, 170 and 172, Cor.
Salmon and Klnt Sis., Portland, Oregon.
NV ONE WISHING THE SERVICESTof a
Competent American Nurse
Can secure the same by calling at the corner of
Filth and Clay s,ts.
PORTLAND CLOTHING FACTORY
Boys Clotliing: Emporium
BETWEEN SECOND .VND THIRD STREETS
CLARKE, HENDERSON & COOK,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
UdlfV and Ctnls' Fnrnhnlns Goods, dr., 4c
Cor. First and Washington streets,
Portland, Oregon. ini2
GO TO HENDEES GALLERY
I?OR REJtBRANTS, PHOTOOAPHS, SUN
. Pearls, Lirc-sire Ilctures, aud
Pictures of Every Grade,
Children's and babies' Pictures tnkp
fully and satisfaction guaranteed. Prices mod
GIVES LESSONS ON THE PIANO AT THE
Residence of Fnpils.
TERMS REASONABLE. Satisfaction Guar
i u- tmf
Why Pay 873 for a Sewing- Mnchlu:
.-t,i1.sMi,clJlnewlln oIack walnut table tvnd
I TTVl ill., n Hilt, flniuj 77.
.... ) ...ilij Miiia.ivu,
Completo for $45! "
A flrvt .ltteu tr v. . . .
V- .1 . Miuzmuu ; uses sircugnt
Needle; under reed : makes "Loek Stitch;"
warranted to do nil kinds of family sewing as
well as any machine In the market.
.iio mm-; jgcntswanieu to canvass conn
ties tnot taken for the Improved Hand Ma
t .' , ePrlc.e' W ln Oregon, Washington and
Call on or address
IIOMi: SIILTTLE AGENCY,
112 Front St., Portland.
ROYAL i RMrrn, Agents Salem
DK. R. C. HILL & SON, Agents Albany
TUST RETURNED FROM SAN FRAN
O Cisco with a large and Splendid Stock or
SILKS, WORSTED GOODS, GRENADINES, '
Japanese Silks, Poplins, Alpacas, Lawns,
Marseilles, Etc. , .
A Large and Beautiful Assortment ot
MILLINERY GOODS, RIBBONS,
Pine Laces, Etc., '
Of every variety and description.
Straw Goods, Parasols and Kid OIOTes
01 the best quality.
JEWELRY, FANCY CiOODS, KTC, '
On hand and made to order.
CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' CLOTHES
OC all descriptions. . i:o
Call and Examine the Stock. ii
Goods Sold to Suit the Ttm'csfiM
97 First street, Portland.,..
BW CONSTANTLY Receiving New Supplies
by every Steamer. n2 '
MUS. S. J. RCMSEY,
PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE PAINTER,'
C.VN BE FOUND IN HER STDDIO. on trie
third floor of Corbett's New Building, from
10 A. M. till t r. n. of each dny ..!
B3-LTSSOX8 GIVES XN LANDSCAPE PAI3TT-
PORTLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION
over Ladd & Tilton's Bank., . 'AH
. . .:--.-4
Coatlns Over Thret Thnsn4 Choice Book""
Over 100 Papers and Masazines.'Jt'
MEMBERSHIP FREE TO AtiLH
Monthly Dues 81 00 Payable Quarterly?
' u lj
nrnECTons Charles I- Calcf. Erasmus D.
Shsttuek; K s. Ladd, P. C. Schuyler; Jr.,.
JL P. Deidy, L. H. Wakeflcld. W. H. firackett.
A. C. Olbbi, 6. IL Lewis, F. 8. Osthelm.
r. n. WAKEFIELD-.
up ir tin tPL'PTT
HENRY A. OXE11.1Z.
MBS. II. J. EXSIGX, :
Fashionable Dress and CloakiMaker
Thlnl Street, Xenr Washington, !
KKPS A FULL ASSORTMENT OF'EAT
terns, trimmed and unirimmni
COUNTRY DRESS-MAKERS ' '
Will And It to their advantage to give her a"
Orders Eietutrd with Xratnew nJ Ulptfh.
Charges Reasonable. n2 1 "
DR. MARY A. THOMPSON.
PHYSICIAN AND ACCOUCHEUR
TES1DENCE AND OFFICE-THIRI STK,
K between Salmon and Main, opposite the
Public Square. . . , ,.
Calls attended In any pari of tl'; ' ?r- n
Batteries for sale mid '',!"rUw J-Tt
the aw of electricity as a lU-medial A,cnt. nl.