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FRIDAY 1IAY 24, 1872.
Salem needs more dwelling houses,
Considerable building is going on at
Kuiall pox U reported in San Fran
The citizens of Dayton intend having
a free bridge.
The Grand Lodge I. O. O. F. met this
wr-ek at Salem.
The wheal erop in Linn county looks
Picnics of all sorts and descriptions
are plentiful just now.
The Multnomah Democrats have in-
tiorsou the People's Ticket. t ji ftl i ft
Mrs. Bhafer, mother of ox-Gov. Salo
mon, died at Olympla recently.
ine property value for the present
year of Clarke county, V. T., is ST.'jO,-
Several eaeeriof small pox are reported
among the IiHiiaiis.on the Siletz lte.cr
The Columbia river is rising, and con
sequently the Willamette is also rising
at huh jiiHue.
The Improved Order of Red Men of
Portland held a picnic last Tuesday at
Grand preiarations are being made
for the celebration of Decoration Day
fn the 30th hist.
See notice of Spiritual Grove Meeting,
which commences Juue 17tli next at
Godry'x Lady's Book for June at hand.
It is a number that will bo found un
i rops in Washington Territory are
looking well, but need a little more rain
to secure a bountiful yield.
A military company, to be known as
the "Dolly Varden Zouaves," Is in
process of orgonization at Salem.
The annual meeting of the Christian
Brotherhood will be held near Dallas,
lMk county, on the 13th of June.
Corvallis has been visited by another
destructive lire. Loss, about $8,000. As
usual the Ore started in a liquor shop.
At Albany butter is selling at 202$c
per pound; eggs at 25c por dozen; wheat
at 05c per bushel; oats at COc per bushel.
Rev. A. "V. Sweeney, formerly of Al
bany, has taken charge of the Cumber
land Presbyterian Church at Walla
The M. E. Sunday school of Portland
held a very pleasing picnic at SauvJc's
Island last Friday. Thore was a large
Recent heavy frosts have committed
sad havoc with the fruit prospects in
Yakima valley. The entire peach crop
has been destroyed.
"Work has been commenced on the new
lighthouse at Cape Foulweather, in Til
lamook county, near the southern
boundary of Benton.
The State Horticultural Fair met
yesterday at the skating rink. It will
continue to-day and to-morrow. Liberal
premiums are offered.
Rev. Geo. Burton delivered a very
interesting lecture last Wednesday
evening in Masonic Hall, on the "Lim
its or Jluman Knowledge."
A vocal and instrumental concert,
under the direction of Prof. J. B. Mc-
(iibenv. was civen at the Concreca
tional Church last "Wednesday evening.
The Common Council of Vancouver
have- passed an ordinance granting to
Captain Joseph Knott the ferry" 'ran
chise across the Columbia river at that
An aggregate of 5,140 tons of railroad
iron, enough to lay sixty miles of track
have been shipped via San Francisco to
Kalama, from the East, for the . I. It.
Hart, the railroad contractor, who
was arraigned on a charge of perjury,
has been adjudged not guilty. He is
now being tried on another charge
that of fraud.
Geo. W. Traver, Agent, has just re
ceived a new invoice of Home Shuttle
ewinc Machines. Call and see him
.ill you who want good, efficient, sub
stantial and withal cheap sewing ma
chines. From Pumphrey's (now Olaqua) to
Olympia competition has reduced pas
senger fare to eight dollars by the oppo
sition line of Corbett & Co., although
the regular mail-coach line yet charges
Portland evinces substantial signs of
improvement and prosperity in the
many new buildings constantly being
built. It is estimated that not less than
live hundred new buildings will be
erected during 1S72.
The California Horticultural and
Floral Magatinc published at San
Francisco, Cal., is a periodical deserving
patronage It is tilled with interesting
articles in its line, and must be of much
-value to all Horticulturists.
The local of the Oregonhm observes
that the "Xicliolson pavement Is bein
n paired in numberless places."
Wouldn't numerous be the better word?
Couldn't the places really be counted
now, say in the course o'f twenty-four
It is estimated by the English press,
that when the Northern Pacific railroad
is finished, they will be able to go from
Liverpool to Japan in thirteen days less
time than by the Suez canal. The route
will be from Liverpool to Halifax,
thence by the Canadian system of mil
ways to Duluth and Puget Sound.
An official letter from the Commis
sioner of the Land Olllcc at Washington
has been received by the Register at
Walla Walla, informing that officer that
the whole district of country north of the
Spokane, and extending to the British
possessions, has been set aside as an
Indian Reservation. This reserve in
cludes the whole of Colville valley, and
takes in a scone of country that now
furnishes homes to several hundred
white settlers. What will be done with
Miss AnnaMchlitr.; the. celebrated
pianist, Is coming to Portland. She will
sail to-morrow from San iranclsco,
Much credit is due Mr. DePrans, mana
ger of Gray's branch music store in this
city, and others, for their efforts to in
duce this ladv to visit this point Ev
crvbodv should hear and witness her
performance upon the pianoforte.
There was received from Washington,
at the Executive Office at Salem last
week, list No. 2, embracing 01,127 83-100
acres of lands, approved to the Mam
ette Valley and Cascade Mountain Mili
tary Wagon Road; also list :No. 2, con-tainIngJC3,4S7:09-100
the'Dhlles Military Wagon Road, from
Dalles City to Fort Boise, on Snake
The Colorado Monthly, devoted chiefly
to the resources, industries and wants of
Colorado, has reached us. It Is a spicy
little publication, and evinces good
'judgment and taste In the articles which
appcarin its pages. As there should be,
it contains a Woman's Department,
which Is edited by Mrs. Dora T. Boyer.
We welcome the Colorado Monthly to
our exchange list.
Samuel P. Warren, of Washington
Territory, Charles T.Warren, O. S.War
ren, J. S. Lockwood, W. H. Hood and
R. 2C. Moxham.of 2cw York, and A. L.
Winner, of Kansas City, Missouri, have
filed articles of incorporation for a com
pany, the object of which is to carry on
the business of banking in the city of
Seattle; capital siock, 55uu,uuu, with
the right to increase Ihesame to $2,000,
000. Dr. Bourne lectured last Monday
evening in the Masonic Hall in thid
city. As is well known, the Doctor is a
reformer in the medical profession. His
manner of delivery is free and easy,
with no attempt at flourish, simply tell
ing what ho lias to say in a practical
manner, which comes right home to all.
He is very severe on the allopathic
practitioners aud drug stores, thinking
there is very little use for cither. Dr.
Bourne believes in the simplest kind of
diet, excluding all kinds of meat, salt,
pepper, tea, coffee, tobacco, whiskey,
etc, also rich cakes, pies, pastrv, etc
Water, in his opinion, is tho sovereign
remedy for diseased humanity. He
declares that there is more virtuo in a
few pailsful of. water titan in all medi
cines. The audience, which was a fair
one, but not as large as it should havo
been, was highly interested to the close
of the lecture, which occupied an hour
and a quarter in deliverv. Tuosdav
night ho lectureil to gentlemen alone.
Dr. Bourne intends slartimr to Califor
nia Monday, making the trip on foot
There are not many persons in this
country sixty-six years of years of age
Dr. Bourne's aire who would volun
tarily undertake such a iournev. He
intends to average thirty-five miles a
day on his journey. We bespeak for him
a cordial recention wherever ho mnv
choose to lecture along the route. The
Doctor will lecture at Corvallis Wednes
day evening. Let there be a good turn
out He will also lecture at Aurora
Monday evening next, provided a suita
ble hall can be obtained for the purpose.
Fashion in the Nr.w and in the
Old Would. The young king of Slam,
cherishinga friendly feeling foranAmer-
ican iauy who nau, during the reign of his
late father, resided in the roval eitv. re
quested her to send him tier likeness.
This was accordingly done by the hand-
oi a mutual inenu, ana tne gilt, as we
icarn iroin a recent, letter, was received
with marked wlcasure bv the mnnnrah.
Rut after a long and careful scrutiny, he
asked with a mizzled air. "Has mv
friend changed her nation or her relig
ion ? It must ho one or the other. The
features are tho same, but tho dress t
This is not the costume she wore when I
saw lier lasu"
And thus it ever is in theEast. Orien
tals cannot possibly comprehend why
the style of drcs should be changed, un
less of necessity. Among them each
nation and tribe has its peculiar cos
tume, as well as Its insignia of religious
creed; and those fashions are perpetual,
me lapse oi inousaiius oi years ordinar
ily being unmarked by any special
change. The loose Oriental sleeve,
adopted of late years by our ladies, has
been worn in China for thousands of
years; the various basques, sacks, and
jacke'tAj'so' generallyprevalcnt among
us at the present time, have all been
portions of the national costume of Ilur
mah, Siam, and Malaya from time im
memorial; and so of many of the styles
Introduced nsnctcinour Western World.
Sowic of their fashions, it is true, seem
very absurd to our unaccustomed eyes;
but oura doubtless appear equally
strange to an Oriental, who regards red
as the appropriate color for a bride,
white for mourning, and yellow as the
distinguished costume of the clergy.
ITelen Barnard Is the New York Her
ald? special rejwrtcr of proceedings in
thcllouse; in filling which position, she
has the honor of olTering a precedent to
her sex that reflects great credit upon
herself. So ndmimlilv 1ms linr work
fbeen executed that serious doubts arc
expressed at headquarters whether a
woman really did it at all. The compli
ment is questionable, perhaps; but, in
the present status of the sex, it is proba
bly the highest that could be ollered.
Personally, Mrs. Barnard is a very ad
mirable character. She is tall and linely
formed, with a most commmuli
dice, ami, although not handsome In
any classical sense, there is that about
her which ranks her socially ammif tim
most fascinating women in Washing
ton. Her intellectual endowments are
wnat may oo icrmeu rare m her sex,
her writing being remarkable for vigor,
rather than for warmth or brilliancv of
style, and present indications seem to
point to politics as the sphere of her
literary career. MUtouri ltepublican.
Brooms and Sewing. If brooms are
wet in boilinc suds once a week thev
will become very tough, will not cut the
carpet, last much longer, and always
sweep like a new broom. A very dusty
carpet may ue cleaned oy setting a pall
of cold water out by the door, wet the
broom in It, knock It to get out all the
drops, sweep a yard or so, then wash the
itroom again as ueiore, aim suceii again,
being careful to shako all the drops oil"
the broom, and not sweep far at a time.
Tiie water may need to be changed once
or twice ir tlie carpet is very ausiy.
Snow sprinkled over a carpet and swept
on Deioro it has time to rueiranuuis
solve; Is also nice for renovating a soiled
carpet. Moistened Indian meal is used
with good effect by some housekeepers.
Robert Collyer thinks well of hus
bands. He says if Adam had been with
Eve she would not have eaten the apple.
Probably not. If like some of tho hus
bands we happen to have seen he would
have tlevoured.lt himself. Golden Age.
A South 'Sea Eden.
According to the account of a corres
pondent of tho Washington Chronicle,
who has lived at the Navigator Islands,
they might well have been the scene of
our first parents' little adventure. The
I know of no Island in the world of
equal dimensions so well watered as that
of Upolu, with its numerous rivers and
waterfalls. Brooks which are supplied
from never-falling springs of pure, cool,
crystal waters are to be met at short dis
tances in all directions, and together
with a lake of fresh water, situated at the
summit of the highest ridge of land, !
surrounded with a scenery which with
that of the surrounding landscape is un
surpassed, and may be justly classed
among inemosi picturesque ami neauti-
fill that is to be met with in any part of i
.i t - i i V ir it " " ,
mis jsiaiuns ucauuiuiiy iiiversiueii wiiu
valleys, plains and irregular hills, the
whole of which is covered with shrubs of
various kinds and trees of perpetual
verdure. It is here that the wanderer
may enjoy the pure air, and truly par
adisical scenery that surrounds him.
They may talk of the Italian skies and
Sicilian shrubbery; no island or coast in
or around the Medltterranean Sea can
rival this island In salubrity of climate,
fertility of soil or beauty of scenery"- Its
air is dellclously balm Its shrubbery
luxuriant. Health and beauty hero revel
together. Nature is dressed in ever
changing but never-failing charms, and
her sunny smiles are reflected from the
human countenance. From the dawn of
day until some time after suurise tho
most sparkling fable of Turkey, Persia
or all the East Is fully realized. Every
leaf and flower and spray and blade of
grass is gemmed with dew drops of ex
traordinary clearness and purity, which
have imbibed so mucli of the vegetable
fragranco that when they begin to ex
hale in the increasing warmth of the
solar rays, the whole atmosphere Is filled
with the most delightful perfumes, and
every passing zephyr scatters grateful
odors from its wings. This is tho hour
for healthy recreation: the by-paths arc
now crowded with the equestrians of
botlt sexes, while the fields, meadows,
lawns, hills and valleys are sprinkled
with people some in groups, others in
pairs, and many in contemplative soli
tude. But when the suit has attained a
somewhat higher altitude and the strag
glers begin to feel the jwtency of his
beams, they all repair to their dwellings
with keenly-sharpened appetites for the
luxuriant breakfast that awaits them.
Tho natives are the finest specimens of
mankind that have been found in the
Polynesian world. They are iwlito, in
telligent and hospitable; their lauguago
Is soft and harmonious. They are
renowned for their chastity and moral
behavior. They have intelligent and
pleasant countenances, and modest de
meanor, and a most noble carriage af
their person. Many of the females aro
no darker than a Spanish brunette, are
very handsome, with tho most sym
metrical forms. They have never been
drawn up in a machine of torture that
was never heard of among all the dia
bodical inventions of the inquisition a
machine of whalcbono and steel, aud
cord and pulleys and levers; a machine
Mr more riuicuious ami mischievous
than the iron shoe of China, as the body
aud vitals of a human being are of more
value than the feet But they stand out
in theirbeatificsimplicity and loveliness,
the emblem of the great Master's handi
work in His happiest mood, a combina
tion of beauty, grace and innocence,
which no Christian can look upon with
out the deeiest sentiments of lovo and
admiration both toward the Creator and
Flour Extra. S3 75 ner barrel: Extra country
brands, $-" 'SMi tti.
w neai m ami aj pcrceniai.
llutler Fine dairy, o"j0c per pound; nnlln-
lilCCs- Sic IT dozen.
The following persons are duly authorized to
act as AKentt for the Nkw NoirriiWEsT:
Mrs J. II. Foster- Allmny
Ashby l'enrce Albany
Dr. Hayley- Corvallis
A. A. Manning
Miss Vlrclnln Oldd.
Hiram Smllh . Hnrrlnbunr
J. H. I). Henderson Eugene City
W. W. Reach Hnena Vlsla
Rev.AVm. Jolly Hlllsbom
Hon.T. W. Davennort Sllverton
Mary J. Mnsers Gervals
A. W. Stanard
S. H. t:iaURhton.
f. A. Rpel
Mrs. O.T. Daniels
Mrs. Nellie Curl
I". C. Sullivan
Mrs. M. F. Cook
Mrs. M.C. fllne-
Mrs. R. A. Vawters
Mrs. It. It. Illfchon.
Rev. J. F. Damon.
Rev. D. llaglcy..
Mrs. Jane M.Wilson
I'. D. Mooro
Mrs. It. J.Georce
Mrs. M. J. Ensign.
G. 15. Wood....
Mrs. M. Jeffries
II. II. Welch
Dr. J. Walts
A. N. Amokl
!. W. Lawson
..- Lafayette .
M. 1'. Owen
Forest Grove .
Mrs. C. A. Cobum
Mrs. J. DeVore Johnson .
Miss Sallie Applcsatc.
Miss a A. Owens
J. T. Scott, Esq
Mrs. A. E. Convln
Geo. Engle -
.. ,, loncalm
I P. Fisher
Mrs. Laura Do Force Gordon-... -...California
MIm Nellie MoMini.iii OlvillDla
I. T. Maulsby .....-- Vancouver
G. W. Brock Union Ridse, W. T
Other parties desiring to act as Ascnts will
please forward their names. We want Agents
at every postolllee throushoul Oregon nnd
SI'IRITl'AI. GROVE MEETING.
There will be a Grove Meeting at Woodburu
Station, commencing the I7Ih of June and last
ins one week. There will he n lnrge numlier of
mediums nnd speakers In attendance. IToC
W. H. Chaner.ofNew York, will he therewith
ins new aim womieriui painting, roiicii up cs-
leciaiiy ior ine purjiosc oi iiiuiraiiiiK "c --i'
enec of Astrology. All arc cordially invited to
By order ol the Committee of Arrangements.
The t'lotliliir Trade linn, ultlilu the
last i hlrl y days, undergone a regular re volut Ion ,
by Flshel A- Rolierts having opened a first-class
nothing establishment, corner of First and
Washington streets, where Men and Boys can
be filled to perfection in every kind of Clothes.
They are manufacturing on u large scale, and
can make anything for Men aud Bovs'wearto
order ,n,1,e vcr' best style, at extreme low
prices. Thelrntm Is to please both In fltllngand
in quality. Acall to their establMiment, corner
First and Washington streets, will convince all
of the fact. npi-tr
ASTHMA, IlllONCHITlS, CATARRH
Affections nf tllf. Tjinmi lVMifnlwa. TH u-l I II IT-OR
ram the Ears, Nervous or General Debility,
sore Eyes. Granulated Ud, Opacity of the Cor-
-. rums, ete are successfully treatea oy ur.
Abnni, corner Thlnl and Morrison streets.
CHRONIC DISEASES, especially such cases
as have resisted the ordinary modes or treat
ment, are the class of maladies which Dr.
ii.1?? ,reots with unparalleled success. NO
C HARGE for Consultation.
Terms Moderate and agreeable to the cir
cumstances of the patient, so that all who are
afflicted can procure his treatment If they
W. H. COBURN,
Boole nl .Tol J?riiitcv,
S WASHINGTON STREET, UP-STAIRS,
Woik done at REASONABLE RATES, nl
Good Exoron to be True. In a
littlo Vermont town, the Methodist and
Unlversallst denominations combined to
build a chapel, which is occupied in the
morning by tho former, and by the lat
ter In the evening. A few weeks since,
the Unlversallst pastor asked the Meth
odist minister to announce that the
evening's discourse would be on "The
Death of the Devil." The sturdy fol
lower of John Wesley, irritated by this
summary taking-ofT of a personage of
the utmost value lor scaring sinners
Into sanctity, revenged himself by say
ing from his pulpit : "This evening, my
friend, there Is to be a funeral in this
house. One peculiarity about tho ser
vice will be the fact that the son
preaches his father's funeral sermon."
The church Is now-closed until the pend
ing Inn-cult frll'tfttinll rlfllt. tn Otm nr flirt
otner sect: and tiie Universalis! clergy-
man believes mam mere isany man too
wicked to be saved, It is his Methodist
For the very best photographs, go to Bradley
& Rulofson's Gallery -without STAIRS
aa-ASCEND IN TIIE ELEVATOR, 42) Mont
gomery St., San Francisco.
Tho Apprentice Girls
rpo DO DRESS-MAKING. APPLY IMME
MRS. M. J. ENSIGN,
Thlnl St., near Washington,
THE SELECT SCHOOL
Under the direction or
jMEx'h. II. C. Brown
BE RE-OPENED FOR TIIE RECEP-
tlon or pupils on Monday, May 12th, ISTi,
Location Cor. Second ami Halls, Portland.
All branches comprlslngn liberal education
will bo taught.
Lessons on the piano will also be given,
AV3I. BECK ana SO IV,
Importers and Dealers In
OCXS, RIFLES AND REVOLVERS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
FISHING TACKLE, FANCY GOODS, BEADS,
Baskets, Bird Cage., Cctlekv,
Croquet Gaines, Carts and Wagons,
BABY CARRIAGES, ETC.,
129 FRONT STREET, PORTLAND, OREGON
AGENTS for Wheeler Wllsnn'.sSowing Ma
chines, Needle, Thread, Silk, Oil, Etc.
Also Agents for the California Powder Works'
Blasting ami Sporting Powder. -2nItf
iiv mrs. sdsn: wrnirntELL,
HAS JUST COMMENCED PUBLICATION
IS TIIH FAI'KK.
Everj ImwIj- .Should Rend It!
SUBSCRIBE NOW !
AND READ THE STORY THROUGH.
COFFEE AND SPICE MANUFACTORY.
VERDIF.R A TOUItXKT.,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN
Genuine Java French Chartres Coffee nnd
Spices of all kinds, wholesale and retail, No.
97 Washington St., Portland Oregon. vln31
J. I. Atkinson", Notary Public
IX, W. Wakkkiklp.
Atkinson, Woodward & Co.,
(Late Atkinson & Woodward,)
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
NO. 102 FRONT STREET,
HAVE FOR SALE FARMS AND UNIM
proved Lands In Oregon ami Washington
Also, CHOICE CITY PROPERTY, for Sale
and to Rent.
Wc attend to Buying and Selling Real Estate
in f 'ltv nnd Poiinlrv.
Special attention given to the Renting of
Property and Collection of Rents, looking after
ucpiurxanu i-ayincni oi laira on i-ivyvny in
ntir Imnilx when iloHlret L
I-gal papers written and acknowledgments
IAIANS NEGOTIATED on Real Estate Se
curity. Parties having Money io i-oan arc in
vlted to give us a call,
nlstf ATKINSON, WOODWARD 4 CO.
HOME SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE.
Tension. Adapted to every variety or Fam
Sewing. from the lightest muslin to the
Call on ot address
li. W, TRAVER.
112 Front St., Portland
ROYAL A SMITH, Agents Salem
DR. It. a HILL A SON, Agents Vlbany
JUST RETURNED FROM RAX FRAX
ciseo with a large and Splendid Stock or
SIUS, WORSTED GOODS, GRENADINES,
Japanese Silks, Poplins, Alpacas, Lawas,
A Large and Beautiful Assortment ol
MILLINERY GOODS, RIBBONS,
Fine Laces, Etc.,
Or every variety and description.
Straw Goods, Parasols and Kid GIotps
OI the best quality.
jr.wr.i.itr, FAxrr goods, etc..
On hand nnd made to order.
CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' CLOTHES
Or all descriptions.
Call nnd Ex a mine the Slock.
Goods Sold to Suit the Times.
97 First street, Portland.
tV3" CONSTANTLY Receiving New Supplies
by every Steamer. nlS
DR. VAN DEN
rpiIIS TRULY WONDERFUL MEDICINE
J Is warranted to expel all worms from the
llowcls and Stomach, except Tape and Chain
The proprietor lias taken much pains to test
the comparative merits of tho principal Worm
Medicines of the day, which, numerous as the
Entozoa themselves, have overspread the
laud, each claiming torlt.-olf thonameof spe
cific; aud, while we frankly acknowledge that
matir of them are oflen successful, and do irreuL
good, were we not assured that this combines.
uiivaniagc possesseu ny no oincr worm meui--luc.
Its Introduction at this laic day would not
have been attempted.
The pleasant taste nnd exceedingly small
quantity of this medicine required to test the
existence of worms, or to remove every one
from the system Its operating in a few hours,
unaided by any other pnrge, together with Its
certainty of effect, constitute It one of thu most
brilliant discoveries of the age.
Had wc space here, scores of certificates
might bo adduced to show Its progressive and
rapidly increasing reputation for tho last few
years; but to promulgate its famo and estab
lish its character, wc only ask for n trial.
Its speedy operation in all sudden attacks, as
convulsions, colic, tits or spasms, gives it an
unrivaled Miperlorlty. Sent by express on re
ceipt of price.
SYMPTOMS OK WOI1MS.
Alternate paling nnd Hushing or the coun
tenance, dull expression of the eyes, drowsl-
lucx, MciiliiK ui ine nose,: itwcucu ujpt:r
tongue whllely furred and thickly speckled
with red liolnts. feted breath. an enlarged belly.
n nam a I or irpnerul swcllluir or iiutllngness of
the skin, a starting In the sleep and grinding of
tht teeth, n sensation ns If something was
hxlgrd In the throat, a gradual wasting of the
flesh, sickness of the stomach, vomiting, a
short and drv much, utinetltu sometimes vora
clous, at other times feeble, Ix.weis sometimes
costive, at other times loose, great fretfulness
and Irritability nriempcr.pams in inestomacii
anil bowels, colic. Ills, convulsions nnd nalsv.
Its value in removing masses oi cniiitucs
from the smtnncli and bowels of children, even
where no worms exist, cannot be too highly es
I"reiared nnd sold, wholesale nnd retail, by
DR. VAN DEN UERGll and Agents In all cit
ies anil towns.
Dr. Van Den llcrrrh can he consulted on all
diseases that the human system Is heir to. His
lone experience In diseases of women and
children cannot be surpassed by any physi
cian In tho United States or Europe. Dr. V. ad
vises ladles troubled with any Irregnlarltles of
lite Uterus to fry his new remedied aud get
Ily consulting nnd undergoing n simple ex
amination the iifillctcd can learn if their dis
ease lie worms or not. At all events. Dr. Van
Don lSergh can tell them from what disease
they are suffering.
Consultations nnd examinations free of
Opkice Rooms 5S nnd m, over I'ostoftlce,
Letters describing the symptoms will lie
promptlv answered, and persons living at a
distance will lie sav ed t he expense and trouble
of calling on the Doctor. Address
DR. J. W. VAN DKN nERGH,
T, V. O. Ilox 172, Salem, Oregon.
HURGREN & SHINDLER,
DIRECT IMPORTERS AND MANUFAC
turersofevcry variety ol
Oak, Walnut, Rosenood, rbrstnnt, Ktr.
MOULDINGS, MIRRORS, BLACK WALNUT LUMBER,
IMiIh. Ilnlr, Mohh, Excelsior Glue,
Stc, Etc, Etc.
TIIE LARGEST STOCK!
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Salmon and First St., ronianu.uregon.
PORTLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
HOOMN-Corner First "I Mnrk Ms.,
over Ladd A Tllton's Bunk.
Contslas Urn- Three Thouund rbolrr Books
Over 100 Papers and Magazines.
MEMBERSHIP FREE TO ALL.
Monthly nuesi 81 OO-l'nynlile Quarterly
DinETTons Win. S. Ijidd, P. C Schuyler, Jr.
M. P. Dendy, L. H. Wakefield, w. H. Ilrackett
A. C. Glbbs, C. II. Lewis, M. W. Fechhcliner.H,
railing, L. mum.
I- H. WAKEFIELD
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M. W. FHCHIIEIMER
P. a SOHUYLER.Jn-
.Librarian and Uec. 53ec
ItKNRY A. OA Kit
Oregon Steam Navigation Co's Notice.
B"55 OF THE COMPANY WILL LEAVE
Portland us lollows :
For Th Dalle:
Dally (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock a. m.
Monday, Wedne-day and Friday at 5 o'clock
Dally at 7J o'clock a. m.
D.T7 J. C. A INS WORTI I, President.
LADD & TILTON,
DEPOSITS RECEIVED AND ACCOUNTS
kept subject to check on draft.
INTEREST allowed on TIME DEPOSITS nr
TRUST FUNDS, In sums of ONE DOLLAR
AND UPWARDS iromuaicoiueposn.
MONEY LOANKIl on approved security.
Bonds. Stocks and other valuables received
on deposit for safe keeping.
Collections mode and proceeds promptly re
mitted. Investments In Real Estate and other prop
erty made for parties.
Sight and Tefegrnblc Exchange on Snn Fran
cisco and tho Atlantic States for sale.
JOovernment Securities bought and sold.
Agcul lur um iniiuacuuiiui uii muiu ui fi
nancial and Trust Business. n 1
E. D. SUATTCCK. B. KILLIIf.
S1IATTCCK A KILLIX,
OFFICE ROOM NO. 1, DEKUM-S BUILD
lng, First street, Portland, Oregon. nlfl
GIVES LESSONS ON THE PIANO AT THE
Residences of Pnpils.
n2 l aniecu.
MILS. S. J. RUMSEY,
PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE PAINTER,
C1AN BE FOUND IN HER STUDIO, on the
i third floor of Corhett's New Building, from
10 A. M. till 4 P. X. of each day
JTLESSONS CIVICS IN liANDSCAFE PAINT-
Cor. herand nml Wnsliluston Sih.
TTAVINO RECENTLY PURCHASED THIS
JLJ. Market. I am now prepared to sell on reas
onable terms the best Meats the country af-
MAIN STREET, DALLES CITY, OREGON.
BOARD BY THE DAY, Week or Month, on
tho most reasonable terms.
Superior accommodations for families,
Cancord Coach to and from the house free.
A large safe for the keeping ot valuables.
House open all night.
n!7 THOMAS SMITH, Proprietor.
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE.
ALBERT A. MANNING
TT-EEPS A FIRST-CLASS BOARDING HO USE
IV for the accommodation of people who pre-
ler a quiet nome 10 ine coninsinn oj a notei.
Terms moderate. Olympla, w.T. nSStr.
JAMES F. BROWN,
Attorney, Counsellor at Law and
EUGENE CITY OREGON
Consultations in the Ensllsh. French. Ger
man and Holland lamruagcs. n9.
Importer and Wholesale Denier In
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
Hats and Gents Furnishing Goods,
lUuHen nnd JIlsxcs
TRIMMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS AND
Frames, Braids, Cords, Ornaments, Flowers
Ribbons, Trimmings, etc.
Dress Goods, White Goods, Tankee No
Ladies' Cloaks, CloaK Trim
AGENT OF THE ELLENDALE WOOLEN
A Idl Stock of Blankets, Yarns, Bea
vers, Tweeds and Cassimcrcs
LATEST STYLES BY EVERY STEAMER.
DELLINGER &, CO.,
Washington St., bet. Second and Third,
A NO. 1 ARTICLE OF
ClaaatkeryJOrPaUaUa,lj'r0Um 1,1 nFlrst
OS-Goods delivered to any partoflhecltv
NOW IS THE TIME TO' SUBSCRIBE!
Unparalleled Inducements to Clutis.
THE NEW NORTHWEST,
A Junrunl for tlip IVopIe.t
OEVOTED TO THE IHTETESTS OF HUMANITY:- '
Arrangements have been made totccurellic
Services of a
COMPETENT CORPS OF WRITERS
upon any and all subjects of Public Interest.
The Nkv Northwest Is not a Woman's
Rights, but :i Human Rights organ, devoted
to whatever policy may be necessary to secure
the greate-t good to the greatest number. R
knows no sex, no polltles.no rellglon.no party,
no color, no creed. Its foundation is fastened
upon the rock of Eternal Liberty. Universal
EmancilKitloii aud UnrrSmmeled Progression.
OUR PREMIUM LIST.
As an Inducement tor our friends to make
exertions to secure large clubs for the New
NoirruwEsr, weotrertlie lollowtng llloi val
uable premiums :
rortwsaty subscribers, at S3 00 each, accom
panied by the cash, we will give ilie HOME
SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, without ta
ble, beautiful ly ornamented. Price, J81
For thirty-five subscribers, at $tuu each, ac
companied by the cash, we will give a HOME
SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, with Black
Walnut table, bronzed and nicely finished.
Price, S IT.
For forty subscribers, at $.1 Oi) each, accom
panied bv the cash, we wlIlgiveallOMESlIUT
TLE SERVING 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 be
seen at the office ol Geo. W. Traver, 112 Front
For tiny subscribers, at S3 00 each, nceom-
f nnied by the cash, we will give a MASON t
LVMLIN PORTABLE ORGAN, Tour octave,
single reed, with black walnut case, automatic
bellows swell, two blow pedals, Improved cen
ter pressure reed valves, etc. Price, Jjft.
For seventy-five subscribers, at $3 CO each, ac
companied by the cash, a double reed MASON
& HAMLIN ORGAN; resembles tho first ex
cept that It has also a knee stop. Price, $7i
For seventy-five subscribers, at $3 00 oach.
accompanied by the cash and twenty-five
dollars additional, we will give a MASON Jfc
HAMLIN ORGAN, of FIVK OCTAVES, ONE
HTOP, SELF-APIUSTINO REED VALVES, IM
PROVED BELLOWS, TUEMCLANT AND KITEE
swell. Price, $100.
For one hundred subscribers, at 3 00 each,
and twenty dollars additional, we will give it
MASON A HAMLIN ORGAN, FIVE octaves,
KlVKSTOrS, TWO SETS OP JtlllRATOlW TiinorKJii
OCT, IMl'liOVED OKADVATKD SKLF-AWUSTINU
AND KNE-SWELLS. VIOLA, DIAPASON.
FLUTE, TREMULANT. Price, $125.
Those who desire to work for these premiums
can send the names nnd money as fast as re
ceived. The subscribers will bo placed to their
credit, and if enough names are not received
during the year to procure the premium de
sired they can choosea lesserpremium.orthey
wlll beentltled to receive twentv-flvo percent,
in cash of the amount remitted for their labor.
OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST.
As The N ew Northwest li.is.ilres.lt- nm-.
a popular success, we are decided that It shall
ni"o prove a Titiuairu.
To enable our Mends who mav ilecllf tr ran.
vass for our paper to benefit both themselves
and us by Increasing our Subscription Lists, we
pniiMj io Kive wie lonowing auuuiouai pre
miums to canvassers :
Any subscriber who Is in arrears for the New
North west, who will send us his orherown
subscription fee, and one new subscriber, ac
companied by the cash 56 00 we will give :
.v pair i-arian jiaruie ases;
Or a Bohemian Glass Vase;
Ora Bohemian Glass Card Receiver;
Or K dozen Ivory Napkin Rings;
Or S dozen Plated Tea Spoons;
Or 1 pair Alexandre's Kid Gloves;
Ora Lady's Fan, spangled, leathered edge:
Or a Bird Cage;
Or an Album for holding 100 pictures;
Or an Album (extra) for holding pictures-
Or a Fancy Letter Case;
Or a box Toilet Articles, inelinllno -m
chalk, perfumery, etc.; '
or a Hriiannta tea pot;
Or a Kerosene Lamp;
Or V-x dozen Glass Goblets;
Or 4 dozen Glass Tumblers;
Or a large Gloss Fruit Dish ;
Or n Flno Embroidered Handkerchief;
Or dozen Linen Hnndkerchlefs;
Ora Woolen Table Cover;
Or 4 dozen Table Napkins;
Or dozen Towels;
Or an elegant Portmonla.
Anv subscriber who Is In arrears mnwai'j
subscription, and who will sond his or her own
subscription fee, and two new subscribers, ac
companied by the cash making $9 00 we will
A set ot Rogers' Table Forks, triple plated, on
white metal, warranted;
Or a set of Rogers'TablcSpoons, triple plated,
on white metal, warranted ;
Or a set or Rogers' Teaspoons, triple plated,
on white metal, warranted;
Or;4 dozen nogcrs- nuiseii's iiiuie rviuves,
best quality, warranted :
Ora handsome Bird Cage.
Any person in arrearsfor subscription to Tun
New Northwest, who will send his or her
.iiiwcrlnttnn fee and three new subscribers, no-'
companled by the cash', making ii 00, we will
A handsome jiarsaincs yuiu;
Or n handsome Woolen Oullt. red and whlta'
or blue and white;
Or two pairs of Nottingham Lace Curtains;
Or three pairs Alexandre's Kid Gloves, wiv
color or size:
Ora Japanese inlaid work Box;
Or 18 yards best yd. wide Sheeting.
For seven subscribers at S3 on eneii. amount.
lng to $21 00. we will send :
An extra Castor, trlnleril.iteil. on vhiiomMaii
valued at S9 a);
Ora Lady's Writing Desk, of equal value;
Or an Extra Japanese Inlaid Work Box.
These articles are nil valunhle. nnd nre war
ranted to be Jnst as wo represent them. Per
sons living in this city or who can visit us can
receive these articles from our own hands at an
hour's notice; or ir not convenient to visltus,
we will bond the articles by express to any ad-
No order of this kind will receive attention
unless the cash accompanies It. h
renu money jn i-osiomce oni- "-,:, .
tomary rates of currency, or send uraii.
All orders promptly attended to. . .
We sincerely hope that this Infa
offer, which Is a newfeaturo ,' ,VA a hclrty re
buslncssln Oregon, will meet with a he art re
sponse from tho many Mends ' ou r j ,
who np to this time baveseenml W 'oreo.
Ize that THE New "S?"" ke up