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About The new Northwest. (Portland, Or.) 1871-1887 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1872)
FRIDAY...... ....MAY 17, 1S72.
Polk county lias 2,224 school children.
The Democratic primaries, met yester
The cropt in Linn county are looking
South Snlein H being considerably
The debt of Washington Territory is
$3r.,74 03. J
A ww Court IIotie for Marion comity
Wool Is selling at fiOcts dot pound at
The Oregon Cttj free scl fool has three
Tlie Forest Grove postofllpe U now n
money onler oltlce.
The "Waldron Dramatic Troupe are
playing in Victoria.
The people of Oelioco Valley have reg
ular mail facilities now.
A number of new building)! arc being
erected at Forest Grove.
The assessable property of Douglas
county amounts to $4,5.j1,O0O.
An TiMlepondent Democratic ticket Is
in the field in Jackson county.
It is still averted that the O. S. X. Co.
has sold out. to the N. 1 Tt. II. Co.
The corner stone of the Sisters' Acad
emy at Salem was laid lost Tuesday.
M. S. Hart, the defaulting and ab
sconding contractor, is now being tried
for perjury. v;j
The Democrats of Washington Terr!
tori have nominated Judge McFadden
for Congress. : ---!'-'
A lino of tri-weekly stages is to be put
on between Albany and .Pioneer City,
via Uorvailis. , ,
Hon. A. 15. Moochani is nominated on
the Republican ticket of Union county
Tor tlie Liegisiaturc.
It is definitely settled that the AVasli
iugtou Territory election has been post
poned until November.
Iteedsville is the name of a new town
on thc'llnc of the Oregon Central, allow t .
lUlotm miles iroin l'ortiauu. .
A troupe of Japanase Jugglers will
commonce erforming in Oro iFino
Tiieator nost Tuesday evening.,
A very pleasing exhibition known as
the Pacific Coast Cliarmioscope, was
given at Oro Fiuo Theater several even
ings last week.
The Portland daily papers contain ac
counts of proposed GityvQardens in
Carother's Addition, similar to AYood
ward's Gardeus In San Francisco. "
A lot of Cashmere goats wool was re
cently shipped from Salem, Oregon, to
Paris. Tins is the first shipment of the
article ever made from this State.
The independent Republicans of
AVashington Territory, opposed to the
election of Garficlde, contemplate hold
ing a Convention at Olympla to nomi
nate a candidate for Congress.
Twenty-five hundred acres have been
sown with flax-seed In Oregon this sea
son. Of this six hundred acres are east
of themountalns, fourhuridred InMarion
county, and the bnlanco mostly in Iiue
Tlie Cascade Mountain AVagou Road
to upper Soda Springs, is reported as
being free of mud, but somewhat ou
trnnliMl bv land and rock slides. It
will be cleared in the course of two or
ThcOregon State Agricultural Society
offers premiums ranging from $1 to $.')0
for the scalps of animals kiiieit between
January l-Vand October 1, 1S72. Tu the
award of premiums squirrel scalps will
Vmmnilo thft standard, one iavbird being
equal to 1, the panther to 50, one wolf to
SO. one gonher to IS. and one wildcat
AVm. It. McCord and family, formerly
of Albany, fcft I'ortland last Tuesday for.
Paget Sound, intending to permanently
loeatoln Seattle. Mr. M, Intends going
into business with Mr. Hiltabidel.alsda
former resident or Albany. AVe take
pleasure in recommending both these
gentlemen to tne citizens oi ftcawe as
thorough-going, energetic business men,
The following independent ticket lias
been nominated in Marion couny : For
Representatives, Samuel Allen, F. E.
Eldrldge, G. AV. Lawson, Geo. S. Down
ing, John P. Cole; County Clerk, AVm
M. Laughead; Sheriff", Jacob Conser;
County Commissioner, R. M. AVade;
Treasurer. Hugli Owens: -Sun'fc Com.
Sehools, P. S. Knight; Assessor, Thos. Of
Preparations are being made for
grand Fourth of July celebration in this
city, in which the citizens of tho whole
State will join. Arrangements hav
been made with the O. & C. R. It. by
which tickets will be Issued, good for
round trip, the return to be made within
five days, at'very low rates less than
lmlf the regular fares. Cars will bc"sup
plied at all the towns and stations to ac
commodate such as may wish to go In
loeal delegations. Arrangements have
aiiso been made for an extension of the
oxeursion, for such as may desire to go,
to oither Astoria' or the. Dalles. The
entire double excursion caifbe' made
within the five days covered by the
tickets. Rev. Mr. Shaw, of Albany, Is
superintending tlie arrangements.
OFrnxstvi: Ukkatii. From six to
ten drops of the concentrated solution of
chloride of soda in a wine glass full of
pure snnng water, iai;en immediately
after tlie ablutions of the morning are
completed, will sweeten the breath by
disinfecting the stomach, which, far
from being injured, will be benefitted
by the medicine. If necessary, this
may be repeated at noon. In some cases
tlie odor from carious teeth is combined
with that of the stomach. If theinouth
is well ringed witli a teaspoonful of the
solution of the chloride in a glass of wa
ter, the bail odor of the teeth will be re
jnoved. As a wife was holding her husband's
aching head In her hands one morning,
she asked, "Are a man and his wife
one?" "I suppose so," said tlie hus-
iMind. "Then," rejoined tho wife, "I
une home drunk last night, aud ought
to He aMianieu oi inysen.
jylFrom Uie Dally,Hera!d.
The Portland, Dalles and Salt Lake Bail
road. To Uie Citizens of Portland and Mult
nomah Count!: The Portland, Dallesand
Salt Lake Railroad Company, uuderand
by virtue of an Act of Congress, are
about to proceed to the survey and loca
tion of their road. The Columbia river
is rising, and the work on tiiat part of
the line must be done immediately.
AVe ask of you a helping hand. Of the
vital Importance of this enterprise, wo
need not speak. You understand, and
can but appreciate it. Facts are being
daily developed which leave no room for
ilmilif. as to the course which Oregon, and
particularly Portland, ought to pursue.
TheIghtof ;'way has been granted us, ;
wlncli esiaonsnes iuu ihuius in mo ( themselves a great anil goon name, were
suecess of the enterprise, and we feel as- . not only married men, but happily mar
sured that before the 4th of March next ried both paired and matched.
Congressional aid will bo grautod. .
Nevertheless, such arrangements have
been made as that, with the moderate
aud legitimate aid which the State can
. ... - i a 9
anil win ueasKeu io gne, ui conjunction
with the rroirmed IIf j
road will be constructed al ; least to Baker
Citv, with a short branch from some
. . - T 1 I 1 nn..nl.. 4 4l.
point ui iiiuum:i vuunt iu me tnun
Walla valley, thus securing to Portland
the entire trade of the Columbia and
Snake river valleys, even though Con
gress should fail in granting our most
reasonable request. To meet these con
tingencies our labors have been directed,
and upon your action depends a result
that must telljnsill future time whether
Portland shall be the proud, command
ing city of the great Northwest or sub
side into a fit habitation for bats and
Every where railroad are controlling
the destinies of cities, commerce follow
ing them as unerringly as the sun its
course in the heaven, and It is by effort
that these great results are accomplished.
AVitness the movements In San Fran
cisco, St. Louis, Chicago and numerous
Until very recently almost every
movement looking to the construction of
the Salt Lake Railroad made its ter
minus upon the upper Columbia, and
public opinion 'in Eastern Oregon and
Idaho seemed not to be averse to that
Idea, or to the extension from such point
directly across the Cascade Mountains
to Pugct Sound, ignoring Portland alto-
an easy one. Jt is now entirely nractie
able to aasurc your safety; it may not be ;
The sum,of ' $5,000 for the present has
'becrT "aiTportioncd to Portland, and
Messrs. C. P. Ferry, It. J. Iidd, Jacob
Mitzei, Jienry w. JJavis, (J. ilolman
and N. II. Lane of East Iortland arc
authorized to receive subscriptions.
AV. AV. Cir.vra.vx, President.
May 10, 1S72.
A FKKCTATi ox. A flee ta t ion is neither !
graceful, attractive or worthy of respect
any more man is iaischood.
Pretending to be something greater.
nouier, better, or richer than you really
are, is a kind of aflectntlon, worse but
not as disagreeable as the 1 sping uon-
sense of a few men and many women,
Jiow disgusting it is to see a person,
who lias been educated in a common
school, brought up in homespun and
A 1 . . i .. I - J 1 . . it.
laugui u uofK, aiiieimg io kuow iioiii
ing about household duties! It is a
great accomplishment to be a good
housekeeper, anil a reeonimendat on for
M-nn-irmn. . in tnm. i.nw ,n,. n
house pleasant and comfortable, al
though the idea has become obsolete
with some women.
Tiie lisping of syllables aud excruciat
ing ellort or some people to converse,
tne aneciea stammering and IawUlltiff
of many words to express an idea, all
this is ridlculoiislv Wills! vn. ami nmv.
a lack of brains in tiio.ee who do so.
Toscrowland twist the mouth to ap
pear as if In profound thought, defeats
the design and mars one's countenance.
Affectation of any kind is a proof of
counsciousness and a habit of the mind
being absorbed with self.
A natural, unaffected manner, with
thecourage and franknessto pass for just
what you are, -wins many friends, and
often saves great inconveniences and
embarrassments. Elm Orlou.
W1101.ESOMK Advice. The following
good counsel is from the JTomchold :
, young uoueKcepers, are you go
ing to commence so, and run along in
the same old groove vour neighbors and
"V- . 1 ,
menus are running in? l do wish ioiks
would get over the humbling idea, that
rc-uniou of friends and interchange of
friendjhlp.pimean victuals' and drink,
lmrrv. bustle and preparation.
I do wish we could get away from that
everlasting idea of cook, cook, and eat,
eat. I don't mean starve, but let alone
the extras, uncalled for anil tinneeded,
and just come back to plain wholesome
fare, and there "will be more books
studied, and newspapers read aud paid
for than now.
Teach folks bv your own conduct, that
we do not visit thorn to increase their
labor, or to cive our stomachs extra
work on indigestible solids, and do not
calculate to have them do so. That's
the way to begin. Don't fuss in the
kitchen, and fume in tlie pantry, my
housekeeping beginners, over needless
work, but take time to read, study and
keep yourself tidy for husband and
children's eyes, and my word for It
you'll take double the comfort insolii
realities that ever you will iu senseless
PmxTEits' PnovKitns. 1. Xovor in
quire thou of the Kditor for tlie news.
for behold! It Is his duty, at the ap
pointed time, to give it unto thee with
2. When thou dost write for his paper,
never asii mm "What thiiikcst thou of
my piece.'- ior it may be that the truth
would offend thee.
3. It is not lit that thou shouldst ask
of him who is the author of nu r.rti..!,.
upon subjects of public concernment, for'
duty requires him to keep such things
4. AYhcn thou dost enter Into the
printing office, thou shouldst avoid loud
talking, and have a care unto thyself
that thou do not touch the type or the
press, for thou mayest cause the printer
5. Look thou not at a copy which is
in the hands of the compositors, for that
la notineef lnlhe,slgbt of. the printer,
and he might khock uiee uowu.
C. ever examine me prooi sueets, ior
l" in ninnt flitim tl.nf
it IS not ready to meet tllltie ejO, tlWt
thou'mavest Utldeistanil It.
rAthnr fiiirl nlip)nr hnr ir thn ttmtsit .
uruuuii ami iiuuiu nruiiuu uuti
IllH, rlllt.-,S-...i.L ." - .. .... ..j .'1 .
Alsim, comer Third and Morrison streets.
JJlirinp; UIC iruu ui ii u-.i. .aiuisviuu CHRONIC DISE.VSlS'l'eclall' "rU
last Week, a Witness persisted ill testify- ' as have resisted the ordinary mode of treat
t,.n u-l.nf III, wife told him ! ment, nre the class or maladies which Dr.
IllRtO WliatUlS Hilt loiuuiiu. lr,i lissnts irlth unn.-iralleled SUCCCks. NO
Tn tills of course tne attorneys ob
jected, and it was ruled out by the judge.
He would proceed again to tell "nhu.t
now it was," wnen uic anurnej, woum
sing out, "How do you know that?"
"My wife told me," was the answer.
This was repeatediseveral times.
Presently tho judge, becoming unable
to contain ihimselfany. longer, inter
rupted, "Suppose your ivife were to tell
you that the heavens nad fallen, what
would you think ?" "Veil, I think dey
It was not all a dream which made
the wife of Julius Ciesar so anxious that
he should not go to the State Chamber
oil the fatal Ides of March; had he com
plied with her entreaties, he might have
escaped the dagger of Brutus. Disaster
seemed to follow disaster in the career
of Napoleon from the time he ceased to
feel the balance wheel of Josephine's in
fluence on his Impetuous spirit. General
AVashington, when important questions
were submitted to him, often had said
that he should like to carry the subject
to his bed chamber before ho formed his
decisions; and those who knew the clear
judgment and elevated purpose of Mrs.
Washington thought all the better of
him for wishing to make her his confi-
flptlflnl nnimanllni- Tmtfwwl. Ilirt fvroflt
majority of men who have acquired for
It is better for you, rays Thackeray,
to pass an evening once or twice a week
In a lady's drawing-room, even though
the girl's song by heart, than in a club,
tavebn, or tb pjt of a ttieatre All th '
amusements of youth to which virtuous
women are not admitted, rely on it, are
deleterious in their nature. All men
who avoid female society, have dull per
ceptions, and are stupid, or have gross
tastes, and revolt against what Is pure.
Your club swaggerers, who are sucking
the butts of billiard cues all night, call
femalesocietyinsipld. Poetryis Insipid
to a yokel; beauty has no charms for a
bllud man; music does not pleaso a poor
beast who docs not know one tune from
another. I protest I can sit for a whole
night talking to a well-regulated, kindly
woman about her girl coming out, or
her boy at Eton, and like the evening's
Dr. Hewson, of the Pennsylvania
Hospital (In Philadelphia), has found
that dry earth is a healer and disin
fectant of offensive, exuding wounds
and ulcers. He tried it In the case of a
man suffering from a severe compound
fracture of the lower leg. The wound
was very ofTensive, and exuded a pint in
twenty-four hours, but within a few
days after the application of the earth
dressing the oflenslvcncss was removed,
the suppuration greatly reduced, the
edges of tho wound lost their inflamed
,.r .., in ........ i
. h.j dvvii imvij tw ti.i;il. , licit
Canckk C't'KE. A prominent citizen
of Philadelphia had been long buffering
from a cancer which distressed bimjjy
reason of the very offensive exhalation
that disturbed tlie household. He used
diluted carbolicacidasndisinfectaut. It
hot only completely dcoilorized the sore,
, it evidently through its roots. Tliu
, wash which he Used was one quarter
( ounce of carbolic acid in one quart of
wator. three times a day. His niivsi-
' .!.(.... !...lf 11... iri.- . r - 1
r. " ..,","ur5. -AV.-. i. . ul,l) oi at,u
would be equally effectual.
A handsome young gentleman walked
into an Adams Express ollice. the other
"f! iJfJrwif11!0 i
'n - umthem. " hat are they worth ?"
day, aud desired to express a package of
asked the clerk, who In making out his
account, desired to kpow what was the
risk. The young gentleman hesitated
for a moment, then clearing his throat
fromaccrtain htiskiness replied. "Well,
I can't say exactly; but a few weeks
ago I thought they were worth about
" 7, " "J ", ",r""
four liunared thousand dollars.'
Two men having arranged to light a
duel In Ilhode Island, the Governor is
sued a proclamation forbidding it,
whereupon one of the parties wrote
him n note saying that one of them
would stand in Connecticut and the
9crm .uassacnuseiw, niiu snoot over
his miserable little State.
Flour Kxtrn. SS 73 ner barrel: Extra country
hrandi, S3 . oO.
wiieui i i n uunercenmi.
lluller Pine dairy. Wifkle per Pound: ordin
Kjrgs per noien.
The following persons are duly authorized 1
net ns Agent for the XeW Noirril wkst :
Mm J. II. Foster Alhanv
.hliv I'earee Uuanv
I)r. Ilayley- OirvalllN
A. A. Manning. olympla
MR Vlralnla Olds. MeMlnnvlII
II Irani Smith llarrlslmrg
J. 1 1. 1). Henderson Eugene City
V. W. Ileneh ltuena VlUi
ltcv. Wm. Jolly HlllstKim
lion. i. v. liavennon Miivenon
Mary J. Magers. , nervals
A. v. Slanard .!niwnvllle
f. II. Clniihton Lebanon
('. A. Heed Salem
Urn. O. T. Daniels Salem
Mis. Nellie Curl Salem
I. C. Sullivan Dallas
Mix. M. F. Cook Lntayctte
Mrs. M. C. Cllne .....Kalama
Mr. It. A. Vnwterx W.iltiburg
Mr. IL It. IHi-hop. IVndleton
Itev. J. F. D-.unon .Seattle
Kev. 1). Ilagley. .Seattle
Mr. Jane M. WHmih Walla Walla
Philip Kltz Walla Walla
P. D. Moore
Mrs. R. J. fi-orge ..
Mrs. M.J. Ensign
(i. 11. liiooil.
Mrs. M. Jetfries
11. II. Welch..
Dr. J. Wntts
A. N. Arnold
O. W. Lawson
M. 1. Owen
Mr. c. a. (Tobum
Jlrs. J. DcVore Johnson
Miss Siilllc Applegate
Miss R. .. Owens
Mrs. A. K. Corwln
J. W. Jnckson.
L P. Flslier
Mrs. I-uir.i DeForce (iordon,
Mls Nellie Mossman
I. T. MnuIsbj-.
it. W. llrock.....
Other parties deslrlns to net ns AsenU will
pleaso forward their name. Wo want Agents
at every Isostotllee throughout Oregon and
The (-lothlug- Trade linn, within tlie
last thirty thiys.undergiinearegiilarrrvolutlon,
by Flshel & Roberts having opened u first-class
( lothing esiabllslimcnt, corner of First nnd
Ja.hlngtou streets, where Men and Hoys can
be fitted to ix rf.Ttlon n every kind or Clothes.
They are manufacturing onn Urge scale, and
can make anything for Men and Hoys' wear to
cr ,!i,t,!c erJ" ,te "tyle, at extreme low
prices. Tlicirnlm is to please Isitli In titling and
In quality. Acall to thelrestablishment,corner
First and ushlngtou streets, will convince all
of the fact. arJG-tf
ASTHMA, 11KOXC-IITI.S CATAUnH
AUCCIIons OI ine l.au;-, uraines-, lllscnargCS
, wm t,e j. Nen-ous or General Debility,
I .Sore Eyes, Granulated IJds.Opaelty of the t'or-
1 . . I'll..... ..t n .im c.rwwkc.rilllv fr.lfn.1 I II-
Abont treats with unparalleleU success.
Tenns Moderate and ngreeable to the cir
cumstances, of the patient, so that all who are
afflicted can procure his treaUnent If they
wish. " n32tf
W. H. COBURN,
Boole antl ,Tol I?xiiitcx,
5 W.VSIIINGTON STREET, UP-STAIRS,
Woik done at REASONABLE RATES. Ill
Henry Clows, the wcll-kuowu bald
headed banker, who always prides him
self on being a self-made man, during a
recent talk with Mr. Tmvers, had occa
sion to remark that he was the architect
of his own destiny that lie was a self
'W-what did you s-say, Mr. Clews?"
asked Mr. Travers.
"I say with pride, Mr. Travers, that I
am a helf-made man that I made myself-"
"Hold, H-henry,'! Interrupted Mr.
Travers, as he dropped his partaga,
"w-whlle you were m-m-maklng your
self why thedevil d-did-didn'tyou p-put
some moro h-halr on the t-top of y-your
Years are the sum of hours. A'aln is it
at wide intervals to say : "I'll save this
year," If at each narrow interval you do
- . ...... ..
not say : "rn save una iiour."
Hundreds of people would tako dollar
chances in a so-called charity lottery
who would never think of giving two
cents to a blind man.
For tho very boit hotogmiilis, gn in riradlpy
A Itulof.on'is Gallery without RTAIItS
S-ASCKND IN TUB rrjIVATOIt, 9 Mnnl
Eomery t".if;-' Kranclsoo.
Two AIrrnllpe Girl
flV) DO nitESS-MAKIN'O. APPLY IM.MK
ld lately to
MKS. M. J. r.NSION.
Tlilnt St., near Wellington,
THE SELECT SCHOOL
Under the ill reel Ion or
Mx-h. II. C. BroAvu
nu itE-ornxED foiitiik ukcep-
11 Hon of pupils nn .Monday, May 13th. IS72.
Locution Cor. Second nnd IlnlU, Portland.
ll limnclien comprising a liberal education
will Ik taught.
lsMjns on the piano will nlo bo given,
BECK and SON,
Importers nnd Dealers In
Ul'XS, ItlFI.KS XSlt KKVOI.TKItfj
OK KVEUY ra&CIlIlTION',
FISHING TACKLE, FANCY GOODS, BEADS,
Haskkts, nmn C.VOK, CVTLEnv,
Croquet Games, Carls and Wagons,
BABY CARRIAGES, ETC.,
121 FKONT STIIEET, POItTLAN'D, OltEGOX
AOKNTS for Wheeler A yl)n Sewing Ma
chines. Needles, Thread, Silk, Oil, Kir.
Also Agent for the California Powder Work
UlaMlngnnd Sortlng Powder. -2nltf
1IY MRS. SfSIE WITIIKHKLI
HAS JUST COMMENCED PUBLICATION
IS T1I1.H PArER.
F.terybodj- Should Itea.l lit
AND READ THE STORY THROUGH.
T2IJ Mtttfiit ' 2M Si
COFFEE AND SPICE
AND DEALERS IN
euuine Java French Chartres Collee and
Huices of nil kinds, wholesale nnd retail. No.
!I7 Wellington St., Portland Oregon. vln5I
J. L. Atkinson, Notary inibllc.
Atkinson, Woodward & Co.,
(Late Atkinson A Woodward,)
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
"0. 102 FIIOXT STREET,
HAVE FOR SALE FARMS AND UNIM
proved I-iiuLs In Oregon and Washington
AIo. CHOICE CITY PROPERTY, for Sale
nnd to Rent,
We nttcml to Iluylng nnd Selling Real Estnte
In Cllv nnd Country.
Special attention given to the Renting of
Property and Collection or Itents, looking nfler
Resdrs and Payment of Taxes on Proerty In
our hands when desired.
Lc,TjI pajicrs written nnd acknowledgments
LOANS NEGOTIATED on Real Estate Se
curity. Parties having Money to Loan are in
vited to give us a can.
ii IStf ATKINSON, WOODWARD & CO.
HOME SHUTTLE SEWINQ MACHINE.
Adante,! loeverv T-,rin. 'r
uy .-sewing, ironi me lightest muslin m the
Call on or address
. W, TKAVF.lt,
H2 Front St., I-ortlond
ROYAL & SMITH, Agents JsUlem
DIl. It. C HILL A" SON, Agents Albany
Jl'ST RETURNED FROM SAN FltAN
clseo with a large and Splendid .Stock of
SILKS, WORSTED GOODS, GRENADINES,
Japanese Silks, Poplins, Alpacas, Zawas,
A Lnnfeand Iienutlfiil Assortment oi
MILLINERY GOODS, RIBBONS,
Tine Laces, Etc.,
Or every variety and devrlptlon.
Straw Goods Parasols and Kid Gloves
01 thple$t quality.
jr.MI".LKY, FAXt'Y UOODS, irr"..
On hand and made to order.
CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' CLOTHES
Of nil description',
('nil nml Exnnilnc flip Stock.
Ciooils Sold to Xuit tlie Times.
07 FIrt street, Portland.
eir CONSTANTLY Receiving New Rupplleii
by every steamer. nlS
DR. VAN DEN BERGH'S
Sovereign. AVorm Syrup.
rpiIIS TRULY WONDERFUL MEDICINE
X Is warninteil to expel all worms from the
Dowels aud Stomach, except Tape and Chain
The proprietor has taken much pains to test
the comparative merits of the prliiclpul Worm
Medicines of the day, which, numerous as the
Entozou thctiiNclves, have overspread the
laud, each claiming for itself the name of tic
cltic; and, while we frankly acknowledge that
many of them are often successful, and do great
cood, were we not assured that this combines
advantages ixrf.o-cd by no other worm medi
cine, lis Introduction al till.', late day would not
have been attempted.
Tho plcasaut taste and exceedingly small
quantity of thl medicine required to ttstthu
existence of worms, or to remove every one
from the system Us oiemtIng In a few hours,
unaided by any other purxc, together with its
certainty of cflect, constitute Itoucol the mint
brilliant discoveries of the age.
Had wo space here, scores of certificates
mlKht lie adduced to show Its progressive mid
rapidly lncrcaslii!; reputation tor the last few
years; but to proiiiulite Its fame nnd estab
lish Us character, we only ask for a trial.
Its speedy opi r.ition in all sudden attacks, as
convulsions, colic, tits or spasms, elves It an
unrivaled superiority, tjent by express ou re
ceipt of price.
S.VM1TOUS OF WOUMS.
Alternate lulling nnd rtii-hln of the conn-
icuaniv, nun expression oi tne eyes, urowsi-
llieM, iicillllK 'S me liosv, n nnum-s "I'l"-1 F,
tonme wliltelv rurreil and thlcklv sneckh-d
with ml iilnts,fetetl breath, nn enlarged belly,
u partial or general swelling or putllngness of
the skin, a starting In the sleep nnd grinding of
the teeth, a sensation as If something was
lodged In the throat, a gradual wasting of the
flesh, sickness of the stomach, vomiting, a
hort and dry cough, appetite sometimes vora
cious, at other times f,--hIc, bowels sometimes
cintlve, al oilier times loose, great fretfulncss
and Irritability of temper.iKiius lifthe stomach
ami iiow.-is, cone, nt, convulsions ami patsy.
Its value in removing masses oi enmities
fnun the stoinaeli aud IxiweUof children, even
when" no worms exist, cannot Im- tis highly es
timated. Prepared nn.l sold, wholesale ami retail, by
DIL VAN DEN IIERUII and Agents in all cit
ies and towns.
Dr. Van Den Rercli can lie consulted on alt
dlees that the human system Is heir to. Ills
long exerlence In diseases of women nml
children cannot lie surisissetl by any physi
cian In tho United stales or i:urow. Dr. V.
vles Imlles troubled with any Irregularities of
the ITIerus to try' his new remedies and Krt
Uy consulting and undergoing a simple ex
amlnutlon tlie nttlleted can learn if their dis
ease Ik; worms or not. At all events. Dr. Van
Den Ilergh can tell them from what disease
they are sufTerlng.
Consultations nnd examinations free of
Ot'Kirn Rooms Si ami .t, over Postolllee,
letters describing the symptoms will I"
promptly answered, nnd persons living id a
distance will Ih saved the exiens. and trouble
ol calling on the Doctor. Address
D1U .1. W. VAN DEN I1EROII,
iT, P. O. Ilox lrj, Stleni, Oregon.
HURGREN & SHINDLER,
DlltECT IMPORTERS AND MANITAC
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F U R N I 'JL' U K E ,
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MOULDINGS, MIRRORS, BLACK WALNUT LUMBER,
IMiln, Ilnlr, ?Iss, r.xcelslor (Hue,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
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sir.vTTCcit a- nrr.T.iN,
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inff, First street, Portland, Oregon. nlft'
GIVES LESSONS ON THE PIANO AT THE
Residences of Fnpilx.
JIKS. S. J. Kl'MSEY,
PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE PAINTER,
CAN HE FOUND IN HER STUDIO, on the
third floor or Corljett'a New liulldlu;, from
1U A. M. till 1 1'. M. of each day
e-Lessons uivejj in I.NKc.vrE P.mnt
lor. ftecuntl aact M'nHlilutcton Sts.
"TTAVING RECENTLY PURC1I.VSKD THIS
li Market, I am now prepared to sell on reas
onable terms the best Meats the country af
MAIN STREET, DALLES CITY, OREGON.
T30ARD UY THE DAY, Week or Mouth, on
j me niosi reasonaoir lerins.
Superior accommodations for families,
Cncord Coach to and from the house free.
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House oiwn all night.
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ALBERT A. MAXXIXG
IV for Ihe accommodation ofin-ople who pre-
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JAMES F. BROWN,
Attorney, Connsellor at Law and
EUGENE CITY OREGON
Consultations In the English, French, Ger-
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Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
33 3EL aO O X S ,
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
Hats and Gents Furnisiiino Goods,
LiwilM anal Misses
TRIMMMED AND UNTRIMMED n ATS AND
Framet, Rralds, Cords, Ornaments, Flowers
Ribbons, Trimmings, etc.
Dross Goods, White Goods, Tankce No
Ladles' Cloaks, CIoaK Trim
AGENT OF THE ELLENDALE WOOLEN
A Ftdl Stock of Blankets, Yams, Hea
rers, Tweeds and Cassimcres
LATENT NTYLES UY KVKRY STEAM i:R.
TTj-ra jl'g Bol.ery!
rELTIISTOKIt & CO.,
Washington St., bet.Kecon.l and Third,
E MANUFACTURE AN
A NO. I ARTICLE OF
Ai"'? w llljorrai,T usually-found In aFIrst
Goods delivered to any part of Ihecif
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE!
Unparalleled Inducements to Clubs
THE NEW NORTHWEST,
A Journal -for tlie. feople.
DEVOTED TO THE INTETESTS Of HUMANITY.
Arrangements have been wade tnteenrethe
Services of a
COMPETENT CORPS OF WRITERS
npon any and nil subjects of Public Interest.
Tlie New Northwest Is not a Woman's
Rights, but a Human Rlshts orran. devoted
to whatever ioliey may be necessary to secure
the sreutcst zixxl to tho Rretitest number. It
knows no set, no iHiIltics, no religion, no party,
no odor, no ereisl. Its foundation is fastened
upon the rock of Eternal Liberty. Universal
emancipation aim uniruinmeieu i-rogreawon.
OUR PREMIUM LIST.
As nn Inducement for our friends to make
exertions to secure larse clnbs for the Nkw
Noktiiwest, we oiler tlie lollowliis llstor.Tal
uable premiums :
Fortwen-y sunsennors, at sa meacn.accom
pantetl by the cash, wo will civc tlie HOME
.SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, without ta
ble, beautifully ornamented. Price, SSO.
For thirty-live subscribers, at St 00 each, ac
companied by the cash, we will clveaHOME
SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, with Black
Walnut table, bronzed and nicely flnlshist.
For forty subscribers, at S3 00 eaeh, accom
panied by t he cash.we will ?tve a HOME SI I 7T
TLB SEWING MACHINE, finished in extra
style, with Black Walnut table and cover.
The above Sewing Machines, which are war
ranted first-class in every particular, can 1
wen at the ottlee of Geo. W.Trnver, 112 Front
For fifty subscribers, at 53 CO eaeh, aeeom-
Fnnied bv the cash.we will give a MASON d:
I AM I. IN PORTABLE ORG.VN, four octave,
slnelc reed, with black walnut case, autonmtle
bellows swell, two blow pedals. Improved cen
ter pressure reed valves, etc. lrice, $S0.
For seventy-five subscrller:, at $3 00 each, ac
companied by the cash, a double reed MASON
A HAMUN ORGAN ; resembles the first ex
cept that it has also a knee stop. Price, STS.
For seventy-five subscribers, at S-tOU each,
accompanied by the cash and twentv-flve
dollars additional, wo will (rive a MASON
HAMLIN ORGAN, of five octaves, one
STOP, rt E1.F-A D I CSTIN (1 HEED VALVES!, IM
rKOVKD BELLOWS, TltFJlCLAXT AND KNEE
SWELL. Price, S10U.
For one hundreil subscribers, at S3 00 each,
nnd twenty dollars additional, we will give a
MASON HAMLIN ORGAN, FIVE OCTAVES,
FIVK.STOre.TWOSETSOF KI11KATOK.S THItOUGII
OUT, IJSI'IiOVEIl CIHUVATED SELF-ABJUSTINU
R ECU VA LVES, IMPROVED n EL LOWS, TUEMUL-VNT
AND KNEE-SWELLS. VIUL.V, DIAPASON,
FLUTE, TREMULANT. Price, $125.
Those who desire to work for these nremluma
can send the names nnd money as fast as re
ceived. The subscribers will be nlnee,! tn tlmir
credit, and ir enough names are not received
during the year lo procure tlie premium de
sired they can chooen lesserpremium.orthev
will be entitled to receive twentv-flve percent.
In cash of the amount remitted for their labor.
OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST.
As The New Nohtii west has nlread v proved
popular success, we are decided that ft shall
also prove aTiilCMrit.
10 cnnoie our menus who may decide to enn
ass for our paper to benefit both themselves
and us by !nereaslnsonrS.ubscr!ptlon Lists, wu
propose io civc ine folluwins addltloual Pre
miums to canvassers :
Any subscriber who Is In arrears for the 'Nine
Northwest, who will send us his orherown
snbscrlDtion fee. nnd one new subscriber, ac
companied by tlie cash 56 W-vte will give :
A pair i'arian jiaruie ases;
Or a Bohemian Gloss Vae;
Or a Bohemian Glass Card Receiver;
Or Ji dozen Ivory Napkin Kins;;
Or Yg dozen Plated Ten Spoons;
Or 1 pair Alexandre's Kid Gloves;
Orn lady's Fan, spangled, leathered edge;
Or a Bird Cage;
Or an Album for holding 100 pictures;
Oran Album (extra) for holding CO pictures);
Or n Fancy Letter Case;
Or n box Toilet Articles, including son.
chalk, perfumeryv etc.;
urn uruannia icji t ot;
Orn Kerosene Lamp;
Or dozen Glass Goblets;
Or S dozen Glass Tumblers;
Orn large Glass Fruit Dish;
Orn Work Basket:
Orn Fine Embroidered Handkerchief;
Or dozen Linen Handkerchiefs;
Or a Woolen Table Cover;
Or 14 dozen Table Napkins;
Or j dozen Towels ;
Oran elegant Portmonla.
Anv subscriber who Is in arrears lorn year's
subscription, nnd who will send his or her own
subscription fee, and two new subjrllsrs, ac
companied by the cash making i Oi we will
A set ol 1 losers' Tame r orss, mpu- mi
white metal, warranted: ;
Or a set of Rogers' Table Spoons, triple plated,
on white metal, warranted:
Orn set or Rogers' Tea Soons, triple plated,
on whltn metal, warranted;
Or V4 dozen Rogers' Russell's Table Knives,
best quality, warranted!
urn naiiusoimr x,u v...
Any person In nrrearsfor subscription to The
v XnimiwEST. who will senil his or hr
subscription ree nnd three new subscribers, ac
companied by the cash, making $12 00, we will
send: . ...
A hanusome jiarsaiues ijuiu;
lira handsome Woolen Ouilt.red and wlillo
or blue and white;
Or two lialrs ofNaUiugham lace Curtains;
Or three pairs Alexandre's Klil Glnvea. nnv
color or size;
Or a Japanese Inlaid Work Box;
Or IS yards best yd. wide Sheeting.
For seven subscribers at S3 fin nu.ii nmnunt.
Ing to 521 OO.we will send :
An extra oastor, triple plated, on white meta!
valued at $9 00;
ora iiay's writing Desk, of equal value;
Or aCabinet, Japanese Inlaid;
Or nn Extra Japanese Inlaid Work Bor.
These articles an? all vnlnnlile.aml arc war
ranted to be Just as we represent them. Per
sons living In this city or who can visit usean
receive these articles from our own hands at an
Hours notice; or ir not convenient iom ,
we will send the articles by express to any au
No onler of this kind will recene -m-"-unless
the cash accompanies , . r..
Send money in PostotHce orders at t lie cu
toinarj-rotes or currency, or send draft ir pre
ferred. . , ,
All orders promptly this i
All oraors prompny "''"r'Viirj nnnaralleled
We sincerely hope I hat this w npam neioji
it WErJTcannoi ihiiuh
ize mat iiik .i. u,,e to niakoup
w thout money. Now H "' 11rM,u ge,'s
clubs. Begin U-forv h ,,,1, fhr ySur
tlie start of you. J-iw NollTHWEST
sell, the Public nn.l Hit .noutiiw est.