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FRIDAY MAY 10, 1872
OLUBBIHG WITH MAGAZINES.
Send us $5 00 and secure a weekly
visltj'from the 2f uw Northwest and a
monthly one from DemorcsCs Parlor
Magazine for one year, and depend upon
it, ladies, you will not regret the investment-
The fact that the New
Northwest is awakening so much In
terest with Eastern publications as to
cause them to make magnanlmousof
fera for our mutual benefit gives our
readers an idea of the estimate that
first-clBKs periodicals place upon our
Journal for the People.
"Vc have made arrangements with
the publishers of Arthur's Home Maga
zine by .which, oil receipt)f4 SO, we
will benableil to send theXEwKoirrn
WTSST and Homo Magazine each for one
year, accompanied by a large anil ele
gant steel engraving, entitled the
"Wreath of Immortelles." This picture
was engraved as a special premium for
Arthur Home Magazine, and its retail
price is $C 00.
Godetf Lady's Booh, the .standard
$S 00 monthly, has agreed to club with
the Nmv Northwest at the rate of
$5 00 per year, in advance. Rave a dol
lar l3 sending for both publications.
Croquet is now the game.
Dolly Varden is all the rage.
Salem wants more policemen.
The WccHy Mercury of Salem is to be
enlarged. - f
Railroad surveys 'are being made in
Polk county. -'-
The Olympians still complain of mail
An Episcopal "church 'l to be erected
at Walla "Walla. .
Numerous dwellings are being erected
at Walla Walla.
A three-story brick hotel is being
erected at Eugene City.
A colony of Germans recently located
in the vicinity of Olympia.
A picnic on a grand scale is soon to be
held in Washington county. s I
Another discovery of rich mine3 in
the Sautiam district is reported. .
The Grand Lodge of Good Templars
will meet at Salem next month.
The mails are now carried thirty-five
miles beyond Eugene City by rail.
The citizens of Hillsboro propose to
raise funds to procure a town library.
L. P. Beach has been appointed Sur
veyor Uouoral of Washington Territory.
Two-thirds of the convicts in the Ore
gon State Penitentiary are unmarried
The woolen factory at Salem will
running again in a snort
Mr. Halsey Is building a hotel at the
town which bears his name, In Linn
Three prisoners recently escaped from
the Washington Territorial Prison at
Mrs. M. J. Ensign, Dress-maker,
wants some girlapprentices. "Who's the
first to apply?
Hon. G. H. Williams is now in the
State, having returned to canvass for
The bridge across the Cowlitz at
Pumphrey's is to be completed by the
1st oi septemDer.
Rev. Mr. Condon, who was recently
severely injured by a stage accident, is
Four surveying parties of the North
Pacific Railroad arc now in the field in
the Pacific Division
We acknowledge the receipt, , under
the frank of Senator Kelly, of "Statistics
of tlie Census of 1S70."- Tiianus.
Tius Baker City Academy, which was
linrnwl down some time aco, will soon
be rebuilt The frame is already Hp,
Attention is called to the advertise
ment of William Beck fc Son. They
have the best of everything in their
Stone for the building of the Catholic
Acadomy at Salom is being taken from
a quarry near Marshfield, in Clackamas
Mrs, IL C- Jlrown will re-open hense
Iect schoolfcorncr Second and HallSts.,
next fonday, May 18th.
wllrbe well patronized.
"We hope she
A part of a ilastodoa tooth, sis feet
in longth, nine inches in diameter, and
weighing 137 pounds, was found recently
near Ashland, Jackson county.
The Herald says the Liberal Republi
cans arc making arrangements to re
ceive Jasper Johnson on his return from
the Cineinuati Convention.
A movement is being made to secure
a daily mail from Yamhill river, at the
ond of tho Oregon Central Railroad; to
Junction City, Via uorvaiiis aim .uUU
roe. Captain Gregory! formerly of, ihe-.J?.v
eific Transportation. Company, contem
plates locating at Olympia as agent of
tlie Pacific Life Insurance Company of
Tlie Olympia Tribune contradicts tlie
report that Congress has appropriated
$00,000 to build a capitol at Olympia.
It says it is a pure invention, without
tlie shadow of foundation.
A dispatch from Senator JCorbett con
tradicts tlie telegram from Garfielde,
which stated that the bill postponing
the election in Washington Territory
until November had passed both Houses.
Tlie bill is still pending before Congress.
Travelers for the Union Pacific Rail
road at Kelton leave the river at Uma-'
talla, and, on and after 3Iay 1st, will be
dispatched to the railroad in four days,
instead of six, as heretofore; and the
same company the Northwestern Stage
Company make tho schedule tlmo from
Walla Walla, while the Xeiston.a'nd
Walla AVdlla Stage Will run -through in
one day, instead of two, making quick
and gratifying dispatch fof'mails and
Tbetfollbwlng officers of the Washing
Ion County Agricultural Society were
elected last Saturday; President, W. G.
Scoggin; Secretaryi L. Patterson; Treas
urer, James Iinbre. The Directors will
meet attheFair Grounds near Hillsboro
on the 11th of May to let the pasturage
of the grounds for the next year to the
The Oregonian says a party is engaged
in examining the Willamette river at
this place to find the most favorable lo
cation for the proposed bridge. The
plans and specifications of this impor
tant work were brought from Washiug-
ffehlby fCblohel W. W. Chapman, and
will be suummeu to me unmion coun
cil at its next meeting foracceptance by
A company has been organized at
Olympia, the object of which "is to lo
cate, construct and operate a railroad
beginning on the navigable head waters
of Build's Inlet, within the corporate
limits of the city of Olympia, in the
Territory of Washington, connecting
with the Northern Pacific Railroad near
the southern boundary of township six
teen north.thence bymost favorable route
via Chehalis'valley to the Pacific Ocean,
at or near Gray's Harbor in Washing
The Albany Democrat says: William
Davidson, Esq., Real Estate Dealer of
Portland, will accept our thanks for
many valuable favors and gentlemanly
courtesies while we were in that city
last week. This gentleman is doing an
extensive aDd profitable. business, in his
line, and is also doing very much to ad
vance thy interests of Oregon and in
duce valuable and useful accessions to
our population. Any ono 11 vi ng abroad
who desires information In regard to
the resources, advantages and produc
tions of the North Pacific Coast, or the
value of labor and inducements for cap
ital hero, will always find Mr. D. a use
ful, comprehensive and ready corres
pondent. May his sphere of usefulness
continue to increase until the entire
country may fully realize the benefit
derived from his labors.
What I Have Noticed. I have
i noticed that all men speak well of all
men's virtues wuen ttiey aro ueau; ami
tomb-stones are marked withepitaphsof
"goodness and virtues." Is there any
particular ccractry where the bad men
I hive noticed that the prayer of every
selfish man is "forgive our debts," but
he makes everybody pay who owes him
to mo last tanning.
I hive noticed that death is a merci
less judge, though not impartial. Every
man owes a debt, and Death summons
the debtor to lay down his dust in the
currency of mortality.
I have noticed that ho who thinks
every man a rogue is very certain to sec
one when he shaves himself, and he
oucht. in mercy to his iieiuiibors. to
surrender tho rascal to justice.
I have noticed that money is the
fool's wisdom, the knave's reputation,
tne wise man s jewel, tue ncn man's
trouble, the poor man's desire, the cov
etous man'sambition, and the idol of ail.
I have noticed that whatever is, is
right, with few exceptions tlie loft eye,
tue leit leg, anu me leu suie oi a pium
I have noticed that merit is always
measured In the world by iN success.
The New Northwest, published at
rorttanu, uregon, .Mrs. A. J. iJuniway,
editor and proprietor, is well worthy the '.
patronage oi an tlie people or tnat region ,
of country, and should any of our Iowa
reauers tiesire 10 dc Keptwstcti in mat
ters on the Pacific coast they can do no '
better than to subscribe for the New
Northwest. It is emphatically a live
paper. People's Paper, Clermont, Iowa.
Flour Extra. S3 75 ner harrol? Extra country
brands, S3 SVffl ni.
neai i urjti i per cental.
Uuttcr Fine dairy. ISOfjOc tier pound: ordin
j-ggs ic per uozen.
The following persons are duly authorized to
act as Agents for the-NKW Northwest :
Mrs j; H. FrAler-...: Albany
Aidiby Pearce Albany
Dr. lSayley Corvallfs
A. A. Manning
Miss Virginia Olds. .
J. II. D. Henderson
W. W. Bench
Mary J. Magers.-
A. W. Stananl
S. H. Claughton
( A. Reed
Mrs. Nellie Curl
P. C Sullivan :
Mrs. M. F. Cook.
Mrs. M. acilne
Mrs. R. A. Vawters
Mrs. R. It. Rlsliop.. .
Rev. J. F. Damon
Rev. I). Ragley.
Mrs. Jane M. Wilson
P. D. Moore-
Mrs. R. J. George..
Mrs. M.J. Emdgn..
G. II. Wood..
Mrs. M. Jeffries
II. IL Welch
Dr. J. Watts
. N. Arnold
G. W. IiWKon.,
Mrs. C A. Cobum
Mrs. J. DeVore Johnson ....
Miss Salllc Applegale
MlfcS R. A. Owens
J. T. Scott, Ki...
Mrs. A. E. Corwln
J. W. Jack von.
i r. Usher
Mrs. Itnra DeForcc liordon California
?,S",-SeI,.le. Mossman. Olympia
I.T. Maulsby Vancouver
Other parties desiring to act as Agents will
please rorward their names. We want Agents
at every poitofTlee throughout Oregon and
The Clothing Trade lins. nllliln tlie
last thirty days, undergone a regular re volution,
bv Flshel & Roberts having opened u flrst-cln
Clothing establishment, corner ot First nnd
Washington streets, where Men and Boys can
be fitted to perfection In every kind or Clothes.
They are manulacturing on a large scale, and
can make anything for Men and Boys' wear to
order In tho -very best style, at extreme low
f trices. Theiralm Istopleasc both In fitting nnd
n oualltj-. Acall to tlielrcstabltshmcnt.comer
First and Washington streets, will convince all
orthefact. , ayca-tr
ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS, CATARRH
AflecUons pfthe Lungs, Deafness, Discharges
from th"Earti'rvtroS or Oeneral lability,
sore Eves. Granulated Lids, Opacity or the Cor
nea, Films, etc.. are suece-jsrully treated by Dr.
Abom.coruor Third and Morrison streets.
CHItONIC DISEASES, especially snch cases
as have resisted tho ordinary roodos or treat
ment, arc in ciass o ju.u.i.-
Abom treats with unparalleled success, no
CHARGE Tor Consultation.
JiiltiT: -h.1o-ia nnd nirrceablo to the cir
cumstances or the paUcnt, so that all who are
afflicted can procure "v
COBTJKN & McCABE,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS,
. 5 WASHINGTON STREET, UP-STAIRS,
Woik done at REASONABLE RATES, nl
Amount of tiie Circulating Me
dium. Tho Hon. George Walker, of
Massachusetts, formerly a Bank Com
missioner of that State, has, at the solic
itation of the Special Commissioner of
Revenue, made public tho results of an
examination of the relative volume of
the circulating medium in the United
Slates, Great Britain and France. The
following is a synopsis of Mr. Walker's
Included In the term circulation are
only gold and silver coin and banknotes,
the best financial authorities agreeing
that promissory notes, bills of exchange
and bank deposits, are only contrivances
for diminishing the amount of circula
ting medium substitutes for money,
not money itself. With this limitation
to what may be considered currency,
the present total circulation in Great
Britain Is $405,000,000, of which S2C9,
000,000 is in gold anil silver, and $190,000,
000 in bank notes. This amount of cir
culation, with a population of 30,000,000,
gives $15 50 per capita. In France,
circulation $097,000,000 $445,000,000 in
specie, and $252,000,000 in bank notes
which gives $18 34 per capita to a popu
lation of 38,000,000. The circulation of
the United States In 1SG0, making as
correct an estimate as possible of the
metallic circulation, was $310,000,000,
of which $109,000,000 was in gold and
silver, and $207,000,000 in bank notes.
Our tree population at that time was
27,500,000, and this amount of circulation
gave $11 40 per capita. The per capita
circulating medium of the United States
in I860, was. therefore, 74 per cent, of
the present circulation of Great Britain,
and 63 per cent, of that of France.
Mr. Walker's conclusion from ills in
vestigation is, that a note of circulation
of $300,000,000 is as much as can be
maintained in the United States on a
specie basis by the Government or the
bank, or both combined. He sees no
way toward the resumption of specie
payments but by contraction, and al
though contraction will bo a disagreea
ble process, and will cause some people
to suffer worse than others, the burdens
of contraction cannot, at tho worst, fall
as unequally upon the people as the
burdens of a depreciated currency.
A lady writer says, if women were as
particular in choosing a virtuous hus
band as men are in selecting a virtuous
wife, a moral reformation would soon
begin, which would be something more
than froth and foam.
For the very best photograph, go to Bradley
& Rulokon's Gallery without STAIRS
OB-ASCEND IN TIIE ELEVATOR, K9 Mont
gomery St., San Francisco.
Tiro Apprentice Girls
riVJ DO DRESS-MAKING. APPLY IMME
MRS. M. J. ENSIGN,
Third SL, ueur Washington,
THE SELECT SCHOOL
Under tho direction or
Xx-x. II. C. Brown
"WL HE RE-OPENED FOR THE RECE1-
Hon or pupils on Monday, May I3th, 1872
Location Cur. Second nnd Halls, Portland.
Ml branches comprising a liberal education
will be taught.
Iiiis on the piano will also be given.
W3I. BECK and SOIN,
Importers and Dealers In
GINS. RIFLES AND REVOLVERS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
FISHING TACKLE, FANCY GOODS, BEADS,
Baskets, Bnin Caoks, Ccti.kjiv,
Croquet Games, Carts and Wagons,
BABY CARRIAGES. ETC.,
129 FRONT STREET, PORTLAND, OREGON
i fiPATS for Wheeler 4 Wilson's Sewing Ma-
J3l chines, Needles, Thread, Silk, Oil. Etc.
Also Agents lor inc lhuiunuui uui-i
Blasting and Sporting Powder. v2nltr
BY MRS. SUSIE WITHERKLL,
HAS JUST COMMENCED PUBLICATION
Everybody .Should Rend It!
AND READ THE STORY THROUGH.
COFFEE AND SPICE MANUFACTORY.
MANUFACTURERS AND DEAI.ERS IN
Ucuuinc Jnvn French Chnrtres CorTee and
spires or all kinds, wholesale nnd retail. No.
S7 Washington St., Portland Oregon. vlnSl
J. L. ATKIS.sox. Notary labile
D. W. WAKF.riELn.
Atkinson, Woodward & Co.,
iLatc Atkinson A Woodward,)
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
NO. 102 FRONT STREET,
--r--f wir qst.-p. VATtMS AND UNIM-
JtL proved Landi In Oregon and Washington
Also. CHOICE CITY PROPERTY, for Sale
We attend to Buying and Selling Real Estate
In Cttw nvi.l Pnnnlff
Special attention given to the Renting or
Property and Collection orRents, looking alter
ice pairs anu ray mem ot ioxes iivi1" j "
nnr lisnrt vrlipn ctplrpt.
lA?gal papers written and acknowledgments
LOANS NEGOTIATED on Real Estate Se
curity. Parties having Money to Loan are In-
u3tr ATKINSON, WOODWARD & CO,
JUST RETURNED FROM RAN FRAN
clseowltlii largo anil splendid Slock or
SILKS, WORSTED GOODS, GRENADINES,
Japanege Silks, Foplioi, Alpacas, Lawns,
A Large nnd Beautiful Assortment ot
mill! n e r yq b'o d s , ribbons,
Pine Laces, Etc.,
or every variety and description.
Straw Goods, Parasols and Kid Gloves
Ot the best quality.
jewelry, r.ixcv goods, irrc.
On hand and made to order.
CHILDRENJSlAND INFANTS' CLOTHES
Of all desfripllon.
Examine the Slock.
aooOn SoUl to Suit the Tttnet.
97 First Street, Port limit.
PV CONSTANTLY Receiving New Supplies
by every Steamer.
HOME SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE.
STRAIGHT NEEDLE. SELF-ADJUSTING
O Tension. Adapted to every variety or Fam
ily Kcwinz, irom
the llijlitcot muslin to the
Cull on or address
a. VT, TltAVER.
Ill Front St., Portland
ROYAL A SMITH. Agents Salem
DR. IL a HILL SON, Agents Albany
DR. VAN DEN BERGH'S
Sovereign "Worm Syrup.
fPIIIS TRULY WONDERFUL MEDICINE
1 Is warranted to exncl all worm Irom the
Rowels nnd Stomach, except Tuiv and Chain
Tlie proprietor has taken much pains to test
theconiDarntlve merits or the principal Worm
Medicines or the day, which, numerous as the
Knlnzna themselves, liavo ovcrstirrad the
land, each claiming forllseirthe name or spe
cific; nnd, while we rrankly acknowledge mat
many of them nreoflcn succevrut,and do great
good, were wc not assured that this combines
advantages poxscs-xed by no other worm medi
cine, Its Introduction at this late day would not
have been attempted.
The nlensunt msto and exceedingly small
quantity or this medicine nsiulretl to test tho
existence or worms, or to remove every one
from the system Its operating In i few linur",
1 1 - t . r. . ...i .... 4 1 1, ... i i . 1 1
rertalntvof cHt-ct. constltutoR iMie ot the most
rnuani discoveries oi iiicnge.
Had we space here, scores or certincates
nilElitbenttducnl to show Its nrotresslve and
rapiuiy increasing reputation lor me ian lew
rears; out 10 promuiguie lis jama ami esiiio
Ish Its character, we only nsk torn trial.
Its speeuy operation in an suuucu nitarics, as
convulsions, cone, nu or spasms, gives u an
unrivaled superiority. Sent by express on re
ceipt or price.
Alternate tialinir nnd flushing or the conn
tcnance, dull expression or the eyes, drowsl-
lnCSS, llOUing OI UIC inisr, mvciiiti Ull".-r .
tongue whltely rurred and tliickly speckled
riih ml nolnts.Med breatli.an enlarged belly.
a partial or general swelling or putllngnessor
lllti KKin.n suinillS III Wit- ln.-i--l' iiu iiiiiiiiik
the teeth, n sensation ns If something was
toizeu in ine mrniu,a cruiiai iti inv
Rpsh. sirkness or tlie stomach, vomiting.
klmrt nnd drv couch, annctlte sometimes voni'
clous, at other times feeble, bowels sometimes
costive, at other times loose, great rretrulness
nnd Irritability or temper, pains in me siomacn
antl bowels, colic, fits, convullons and palsy.
Its value in removing masw in i-ruuiut-
rrom the stolnach and bowels or children, even
where no worms exist, cannot oe too niguiy es
Prenareil and sold, wholesale nnu retail, ny
Hit. VAN ikn jiKHUuanu .gents in uu en
I n 11 nm1 Intrnv.
tr Vnn IV-n Ror"li ran be consulted on all
diseases that the human system Is heir to. His
lone experience in uiscases ni women nnu
children cannot le surpasMtl by any physt
f-lnn in t he ITnltetl States or Eumttc. Dr.V. ad
vises ladles troubled with any Irregularities or
tho Uterus to try ins new renmiics anu gei
By consulting nnd undergoing n simple ex
amination the nnilcted can leam H their dis
ease be worms or not. At all events, Dr. Van
Den Bereh can tell them from what uisease
they are sutienng.
Consultations anu examinations irw
Okkice Rooms 33 and 39, over roMofflce,
Lictlcrs iiescnuing tne symptoms win im
promptly answered, and persons living at a
dltancc will be saved tho expense and trouble
of railing on the Doctor. Address
Hit. J. W. VAN DEN BERGH.
i; V. O. Box 172, Salem, Oregon.
HURGREN & SHINDLER,
DIRECT IMPORTERS AND MANUFAC
turers of every variety ot
Oak, Malnat, Rosewood, t beilnnt, tie.
MOULDINGS, MIRRORS, BLACK WALNUT LUMBER,
Puln, Hair, Moot, Txrrlslnr Glue,
Etc., Etc, Etc.
tiie ijirgest sronci
TIIE BEST GOODS!
TIIE to WEST PRICES I
Wabe.Kooms-Nos.,166, S, 170 and 172, Cor.
Hauuon nnu rirst bis., t-oniauu, uregon.
Oregon Steam Navigation Co's Notice.
i OATS OF THE COMPANY WILL LEAVE
I Portland as follows :
For The Dalle:
Dally (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock A. if.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at S o'clock
Dally at H o'clock a. v.
n37 J. C. AINSWORTH, President.
ADD & TILTON,
EPOSrrs RECEIVED AND ACCOUNTS
kent subieel to check on draft.
INTEREST allowed on TIME DEPOSITS or
TRUST FUNDS, In sums or ONE DOLLAR
AND UPWARDS fmm date ofdcposlt.
money loaned on approved security,
llonds. Stocks and other valuables received
on deposit for safe keeping.
uoiiccttons matte ana proceeds promptly re
mitted. investments In Real Estate and other Dron-
erty made for. parties.
Sight and Telegruhlc Exchange on San Fran
cisco and the Atlantic States for sale.
I JGovemment Securities bought and sold.
Agennor mo transaction or an Kinds or Fi
nancial and Trust Business. nl
QCU CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE!
s. w. Mcdowell, m. d.,
ANNOUNCED AS THE
WOMAN SUFFRAGE CANDIDATE
riMIE DOCTOR WILL FURNISH HIS PIIO
1 toirranh tnanv mlilnk in nv.1 ctviAoi.t-
net sixe), wltli his ticket, toany person wishing
to vote that ticket next June.ror tlie small sum
or Soots. In imstnge stamps. Send by mall or
S. W. McDOWELU M. D.,
n" Salem, Oregon.
MAIN STRECT, DALLES CITY, OREGON.
BOARD BY THE DAY. Week or Month, on
tlie most renMinable tonus.
Superior accommodations fi.r families,
Cneord Ciuieh to and rrom the house rree.
A large safe far the keeping ot valuables.
House open all night.
nl7 THOMAS SMITH, Proprietor.
PRIVATE B0ARDIHG HOUSE.
ALBERT A. MAJfNIXO
KEE1M A FIRST-CLASS BOARDING HOUSE
ror the accommodation or neonle who ire-
itrr n uuin noine in inn rniiiiiKii nt n iihii
Terms modenite. Olympia, W.T. n2SIC
JAMES F. BROWN,
Attorney, Counsellor at Law and
EUGENE CITY -.OREGON
Consultations In the Enclish. French. Ger
man nnd Holland languages. n'J!i.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
Hats and Gents Furnishing Goods,
I.mllrV mid MIso-
TRIMMMED AND UNTRIMMHD HATS AND
Frames, Braids, Cords, Ornaments, Flowers
millions, Trimmings, etc.
Dress Goods, While Goods, Tankce Xo-
Ladles' Cloaks, CloaK Trim
AGENT OF THE ELLENDALE WOOLEN
A Fidl Stock of JilanMnj Yarns, Pea
vert, Tweeds and Caimcres
I.ATI1ST STYLES BY EVERY STEAMER.
Washington St., let. Second and Third,
A NO. 1 ARTICLE OF
CRACKERS, u -
And all klndsor Pastry usually faunS'lri 'a First
swrGoods delivered to any part or the cltv
E. D. SUATTCCK. B. KILLIX.
SIIATTFCK A' KH.UTX,
OFFICE-ROOM NO. 1, DEKOMS BUIU
ing, First street, Portland. Oregon. nltt
PRIir. tJ VXS
GIVES LE3S0NS OH THE PIANO AT THE
Kesidenccs of Pupils.
n2 MRS. S. J. RtWSEY,
PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE PAINTER,
CAN BE FOUND IN HER STUDIO, on the
third floor or Corbctf s New Building, rrom
10 A. M. till -I P. X. or each day
tte-I.ESMlNH OIVEN IK LANDSCAPE PAIKT-
PORTLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
ROOMS-Corner First nnd Slnrli .St.,
over Itdd A Tilton's Bank.
Contains Orrr Three Thousand I halt r Book
Over 100 Papers and Maraxiaes.
MEMBERSHIP FREE TO ALL.
Monthly- Dues 91 OO-l'nynble Qunrterly
Di rfctors Wm. S. T.tdd, P. P. Schuyler, Jr.,
SI. P. Deady, L. H. Waketleld, W. IL ifrackett,
A. C Glbtis, C, II. Lewis, M. W. F"chheimer,H.
Falling, L. Blum.
1 n WAKEFIELD President
IL FAILING Ylce Proddent
P. a SCHUYLER, Jn .Treasurer
M.W. FECHHEIMER Corresponding Seo
HENRY A. OXER Librarian and Rec. Sec
MRS. 31. J. EXSIGV,
Fashionable Dress and Cloak-Maker,
Third Street, Xenr Wnshlnstoii,
KEEPS A FULL ASSORTMENT OF PAT
tcrns, trimmed and uutrimiued.
Will And It to their advantage to give her a
Orders Executed ulth Xratnrss and Dispatch.
Charges Reasonable. n23
AVitliex-ell Jto IXolinau,
Xo. 80 Front Street, Portland.
ILL FIND EMPLOYMENT FOR ALL
those umilvlug for situations in any ca
pacity rrom Wood-chopper down to a Fat Of-
Pay special attention to obtaining Farm
Help, House Servants, Railroad Hands, etc.
Irresnectlvc or Nationality.
Parties sending orders rrom a distance must
be explicit In their orders, stating Just what
they want, what they will nav.ctc iiiocomna-
jiled by our office tees, $2 W), which may de-
iiucicu irom employee's wages), stating wnein
erthey will or will not bo responsible far tniv
ellng expenses ot hlreil help.
J. R. WITHERELU
ntltr F. DILLARD HOLMAN.
Oculist ami Anrlst. Tliront and Lung-
Laboratory. Comnltin and Opcrarting-
CORNER THIRD AND MORRISON STS.
KY HOODS AM) CI.OTIIIXO.
CJroeerlr, Roots, Shoes. N'nlls, Etc.,
PUKCHASER OP FARMERS' PR0DITE.
Highest Cash Price paid far WOOL.
CORNER FIRST AND MADISON STREETS,
HAS OPENED A LARGE AND CHOICE As
At 71 rirst St, bet. Wnsliliigton A Stnrk.
Next door to Lndd A Tlllon's Bank,
nd hopes by nttention tobuslnessnnd nromnt-
ness In executing onlers to meet a share ot pat
ronage. two tirst-ciass milliners wanted Immediate
ly. To first-class hands highest wages paid.
AlO tWO small trlrls wanted ns nmirpnttcM
Apply at the store, 71 First street, Immediately.
BDld Mrs. B. Get Hint Fnt Chicken;
-TrirY, DONT YOU KNOW? SHE GOT
ASCHENHE1M . BULKELEVS WASHINGTON
where they keen all kinds of Fresh Poul
try, name anu i-isn, and receive by every
steamer a splendid assortment or California
N. B. Consignments rrom the country solic-
IIRST STREET.betweenMaln and Matllson.
1 Portland- t i-fr-nti Vaw tl.i.. . t
r. . -- . . 1 ..ii.Tv , t. it 1 hi
niinre, uceiient Accommodations. Board per
week, $d to J8. Per day, $1 to SI according to
5ICKPIIY fc KELLY,
AMI LY GROCERIES,
coevrm pkodcte, Fitrrrs asd tegetables.
Comer or Tlilrdand Washington streets (op
posite Presbyterian Church), Portland, Oregon.
iTl mi Tm- " pansoi tne city r lttt
DR. IL It. FREELVND,
(L.VTE OF SAN FH.NCISCO,)
I E 3V O? I S 0C .
ROOM NO. TWO. DEKUMS BUILDING,
Cor. First and AVashlngton Sis., Portland.
TTAYtvn ixTk s -ctrtnER OF YE.VRS'
11 nraotloo In K.-in Pninclsco.ireclcompetent
to do First Class Work in all ix-niai wi.--
Nitrous Oxide administered.
t?h-- ivm TTnikQ-.. in,i o V TVnnv. Dr.
Dickson. Messrs Qulmby and Perkins, and
Mrs. Dunlway.of the New Northwest, nt
Cor. Second nnd Washington St.
TTAVING RECENTLY PURCHASED THIS
Al Market, I am now prepareu to sen on reas
onable terms the best Meats the country af
DR. MARY A. THOMPSON,
PHYSICIAN AND ACCOUCHCUn
XESIDENOR aviti nPRTfTF! THIRD ST.
JTA. between Salmon and Main, opposite the
Calls attendiil In -m nnrt of the citr.
llatterin fnt- .ni. ..r iMnif innv iriven on
the use or electricity as 0 Remedial Agent, nl.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE
Unparalleled Inducements to Clubs
A Jnnrnnl lor the People,
DEVOTED TO THE INTETESTS OF HUMANITY.
Arrangements have been made to secure the
Services or a
COMPETENT CORPS OF WRITERS
upon any nnd all subjects ot Public Interest.
Tlie New Northwest Is not a Woman's
Rights, but a Human Rights organ, devoted
to whatever policy may bo necessary to secure
tho greatest good to the greatest number. It
Knows no scx.no pontics, no religion, no party,
no color, no creed. Its foundation Is fastened
upon the rock or Eternal Liberty. Universal
Emancipation ami umraniiueieu iTogrossiou.
OUR PREMIUM LIST.
As an Inducement tor our friends to make
exertions to secure large clubs for'the New
NotmtWEST, we offer the following list or val
uable premiums :
For iwony suncrioers, at 53 uucacn,accom
anied by the ciu.li, we will give the HOME
SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, without ta
ble, beautuully ornamented. Price, SGU.
For tlilrty-tlve subscribers, at JU) each, ac
companied by the cash, we will give a HOME
SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, with Black
Walnut table, bronzed and nicely finished.
T r ... . . 1 . . 1 . n, O r." Annl.
J 1 1 1 II J i t .U CO W . 111. .1 . .kl .1111
panledbv tlie cash, we will give a HOMESHUT
TLE SEWING MACHINE, finished In extra
style, with UlacK walnut tauiu nnu cover.
The above Sewing Machines, which are war
ranted first-class in every particular, can be
seen at the otllce ot Geo. W.Traver.llS Front
street. Port land.
For lirty subscribers, at 53 00 each, accom
panied by tlie cash, we will give a MASON
HAMLIN PORTABLE ORGAN, four octave,
single reed, with black walnnt case, automatic
bellows swell, two blow pedals, improved cen
ter pressure reed valves, etc. Price, SjO.
For seventy-five subscribers, at 00 each, ac
companied by the cash, a double reed MASON
i HAMLIN ORGAN; resembles the first ex
cept that It has also a kneo stop. Price, $7i
For seventy-five subscribers, at $3 00 each,
accompanied by the cash and twenty-five
dollars additional, we will give a MASON A
HAMLIN ORGAN, or five octaves, one
STOP. SELF-ADJCSTISO ItEED VALVES, IM
rKOVED 1IELLOWS, TKEJIUI-AXT AND KNEE-
SWEI.I. Price, Sift.
For one hundred subscribers, nt $3 00 each,
and twenly dollars additional, wo will give a
FIVE STOrS. TWO SETS OF IttUlCATORS THKOCGH-
OCT, IMPKOVED OEADCATEU SELF-ADJUSTUiH
REED VALVES.IirPROVED nKI.LOWS.TnEJtlTIANT
Nil KNEK-SWKI.I1. IIUIjA, UlAfAHU ,
Tliose who desire to work for these nreminms
can send the names and money ns fast as re
ceded. The subscribers will be placed to their
credit, and If enough names are not received
during the year to procure tho premium de
sired they enn choosca lesserpremlum.orthev
will be entitled to receive twentv-five noreent-
ln cash or the amount remitted for their labor.
OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST.
As The New Northwest has already proved
popular success, wo are decided that ft shnll
also prove a triumph.
To enable our friends who may decide to can
vass for our paper to benefit both themselves
and us by increasing onr Subscription Lists, we
propose 10 give me louowing auuiitouat ITe
mlums to canvassers :
Any subscriber who Is In nrrears for the NEW
Northwest, who will send us his or her own
subscription foe, and one new subscriber, ac
companied by the cash 6 (M we will give :
A pairmnan jiarme ases;
Or a Bohemian Glass Vase;
Or a Bohemian Glass Card Receiver;
OrUdoien I ory Napkin Rings;
Or', dozen Plated Tea Spoons;
Or 1 pair Alexandre's Kid Gloves;
Oru Lady's Fan, spangled, leathered edge;
Ora Bird Cage;
Or an Album for holding 101 pictures;
Or an Album (extra) for holding at pictures;
Ora Fancy Letter Case;
Or a box Toilet Articles, lnolmilnir 'inm.
chalk, perfumery, etc.;
orauntannia lea t'ot;
Or a Kerosene Lamp:
Or 14 dozen Glass Goblets;
OrHlozpn Glass Tumblers;
Ora large Glass Fruit Dish;
Ora Work Basket:
Or a Fine Embroidered Handkerchief; '
Ordozcn Linen Handkerchiefs; "
Ora Woolen Table Cover;
Or i dozen Table Napkins ;
Or V? dozenTowels;
Or an elegant Porttnonla.
Anv suhscriherirhn Is in arrears lorayear
subscription, and who will send his or hcr.own
subscription fee, nnd two new subscribers, ac
companied by the cash-making 9 U-we will
scnu: ..,, ,,.,
Asetot Rogers' Tame row,
white metal, warranted: , ,
Or a set of hogers'TableSpoons, triple platetl,
on white metal, warranted;
Orasctor itogcra- a.- ...r
0 Ton1log Ru'iell's Table Knives,
Or a handsome Bird Cage.
Xnv person In arrearsfor subscription to The
-. -inimixrTjrr. who will send his or her
..T...nHnn fee and three new subscribers, ac
companied by the cash, making St: 00, we will
send: ,r ,..
nm handsome Woolen Oullt.red and while"
or blue and white;
Or a pair 01 luuiwiuiiiK,
Or two pairs or Nottingham Lace Curtains;
Or three pairs Alexandre's Kid Gloves, any
color or size:
Ora Japanese imam wonc box;
Or 18 yards best yd. wide Sheeting.
For seven subscribers at S3 00 each, amount
ing to S21 00, we will send :
An extra Castor, triple plated.on white meta!
valued at $9 CO:
Or a Lady's Writing Desk, of equal value;
Or a Cabinet, Japanese Inlaid:
Or an Extra Japanese Inlaid Work Box.
These articles are nil valuable, and are war
ranted to be Just as wo reprcsentthem. Per
sons living In this city or who can visit us can
receive these articles rrom our own hands at an
hour's notice; or lr not convenient 10 visi. "j.
we will send the articles by express to any aa-
d". . - .l.!n
Hoomer or this kind win rccci;
unless the cash accompanies It. .
Send money In Postotflce orders at tne cus
ternary rates or currency, orsend draft if pre
ferred. , , ,
All orders Promptly attended to.
We sincerely hope that hllh"nPa5nt.r
offer, which Is a new reature In the ncwsiper
business in Oregon, will meet fh a beartyre
sponse rrom tho many mends nT out paper
who np to this tlmo have seemed '""'Vbe run
ize that The New X'''',w,e , make SS
without money. Now Is 'e'"'e 1?,, cetS
clubs. Begin before some n" Tl Jgat.
the start or you. See htttS'"iaT
tell, the Public and THE M-W NORTHWEST,