FRIDAY ."....MAY Si, 1S72. Coin, mw Willi m tK uv Come, walk with mo beneath the p.ilcur Weni'S&W quiet nook. " " - : ..a I ..Inlir I Tlimugn iiiwus" ...... i i near: , , vn..- iiu. Tniil soot lie our '"""" Mii'liurlfy ftir dull atmosphere i:it our being to a higher sphere. Cvrow- owns to Uie tailing dew, B. ni- li-r silent wntrlu 'Midst the bower's arch the full rising moon looks ihnuh The midnight wstchesof the sleeping llowors; Kfcrjit's tu-kv wingsarestutdowedo'erthe sky; Another glory relgnfc where Sol hail shone. Ixj! Nature spreads her mystic page oil high Iii solemn grandeur o'er yon Marry zone Eternal secret, fcave to Clod alone. How Mittly sighs the stirring atmosphere; Tlw Iolty trees nod "Ions the zephyr's wake. Their moving shadown things of life appear. From silence's depth u heavenly melody Seraphic wteaU to the Impassioned soul Ah unheard music, or as thoush the whole Of Nature' atoms blended In a lay Whose strain expire into the realms of day. A halo gild yon high projecting rock, Where Bleeps the eagle in hi lofty iiett .Safely abeltered from the teinpeet sltock Iteneath Its ziddy. awe-hiotrlnc crest : A UHtugn an augci, 10 hwk on uc nign Had limited tlie door of heaven alar. Ami down through space a ray had shone alar. Tb joy, 'Us bliss, 'tis rapture iineonllned, TV) wander lln-dugh .oiii luneweqHrstered grove Knth some ftilr makl, by the pal moon de flned. And (aze into her moonlit eyes of tore. Appearing nature breatlie responsive sighs liebotnx softly ttin.unli.tho tonelinoMi Like a sweet serenade, while tbe dark skies Drop errstal lean orsrinpatbetie bll, A fore forgets the world aud walks In hap piness. Ye eeuntiaMjstaas mjr wader: eff b'Itl RxmStGer not 'inong your mysterious Hn A being of a more ethereal mold, A ereature yet superior to man? Is he the Heme of all tiring thing Tills animal, wlm preys upon lib kind. This oonsciooti reservoir of pangs ami stings Hmltryo angel yet wlto, fike lite hind, Dblve to earth and gas upon the wind? Maiestk night, doth thy Immensity OtHudat all spare? Must heavenward hoie No shore, no bound art thou eternity? Say, is there not a something yet leyod? Sink those great orbs that in thy bosom glow, TOiaUipK man deems so yfct, mfchty, In(D mere narfh-les t hat come and go Atoms floating 'midst thy infinity Ilul iiwecU, crawling 'round their nurfcee, we? Xo, tti when from these arenes I bid farewell StUL still tor me will thy calm beauties be; Still, still to ie will thy low zephyrs tell Hotean tales and murmur melody. My msI shall burst forth from this cell of earth And wing uuu a summer land of love: Death, death shall give me an immortal birth. To roam forcer thy boundless similes ulsive, From snhere to sphere, with tbe eternal Jove. STKI'HKS MAYJIKLI- 4 MarttaPhillips. She was dead; an old woman, with silvery hair brushed smoothly away from her wrinkled forehead, a snowy cap tied under her chin; a sad, quiet laee; a- patient moutii, witlt lines about it that told of sorrow borne with gentle firmness; aud two withered, tired hands, crossed with a restful look. That was all. Wlm looking at the slceplnj: form. woukl think of Jove and romaucc, of a Heart only just Healed of a wound re- ceiveti loner, lontr aeo Fifty years she liail lived under that rool, a larmers wile. Ji you look on the little plate on the cofiin lid, you will see "Aged 70" there, and she was only twenty when John Phillips brought her home, a bride. A half century she kept her careful wntch over dairy and larder, had made butter and cheese, and looked after the innumerable duties that fall to the share of a farmer's wife. And John had never gone witli buttonless shirts and un darned socks; had not come home to an untidy ltou.e and scolding wife. His trim, tidy Martha had been his pride; and though not a demonstrative hus band, he had boasted sometimes of the model housewife that kept his home in order. But underneath her nuiet exterior there was a story that John never dreamed of, and would hardly have be lieved possible had lie been told. She did not marry for love. "When she was nineteen, a rosy, happy girl, a stranger came on a visit to their village, and that summer was the brightest and hanniest sl over knew. Paul Gardner was the stranger's name; he was an artist, anil fell in love with the simple village mai don ami won her heart; and when he went away in the Autumn thev were betothed. "I'll come again in the spring," he said. "Trust me, and wait for me, Mat tie dear." Sho promised to love and wait for him to the end of time, if need be, and with a kiss on her quivering Hps he went away. Mattie Gray did not tell her father and mother of her love, for they had no liking for London folks, ami hail treated Paul none too hospitably when lie had ventured inside their house. Spring time came, and true to his word, Paul returned; he staid onlv a day r two this time. "I am going away in a few weeks to Italy, to study," he said. "I shall be gone two years, and then I shall come to claim you for my bride." They renewed their vows, and parted with tears, aud tender, loving words; he put a ring on her linger and cut a-little cuny irew, irom ner brown hair: and telling lier to be always true, ami wait 7 . - ..... ii iiuu, miii for him, went awav. Tho nioiitlis went by, and Mattie was trying to make the time wm short by studying to improve herself, so she might be worthy of her lover, when he should return to inuke her his wife. 'It must be about tho time he is to start," she said to horself one day. And by and by, as she glanced over a newspnjK'r. Jier eye was attracted bv his name, and with white lips and dilated eyes, 4ie read -of his marriage to an other. "Married! Taken another bride, in stead of coming back to marry me! Oh, Paul, Paul! I loved and trusted vou for this!" She covered her face with her hands and wept bitterly. sA h"ur.,arterwards, as she sat there Hsririnr1'?1'1' Wlth o fatal news- nad bei ti1!00.1"1"" "P the steps. He nSvertt0krora bcfrc', ut hatl course. rewii nnIi?ve an of so.s He Twir lSTun!!e,nent lo d0 ! farmer, wUhnoronarl H-w'Wng I matter-of-ract to ?he ""V; m' but would get few eareso'- wifo He woSld be kdToual e"dt,r,Yon,s her plenty to eat and weir U,1 give JSovf, he seemed tohave'oomo for tho express punwse or asking her to bo 5 wife; for he took a chai?, a,u himself beside her, after the usual creet5 ing, reserving scarcely amoment to take breath, began in his business-liko to converse. There was no confession of jovc, no ineuuiiiKi iinnu-ciasping. no tender glance", he simply wanted her: wouiu sue ue ins wtie.' ills manner was hearty enough; there was no doubt lie really wanted her would rather marry her Uinn any other woman he Knew; but tbat was all Jler lijs moved (o tell him shedid not lovo him; but,,aslic, let ueryes fall from the crimson-hcarted'roso that swung from the vine over the window, She caught sight of those few lines ".Married!' '. " Eaijl.to herself.," What1 can! do? Ho do(n'raInVeM(Iove, him, and nobody will know that Paul lino iiltml mi.' The decision was made. Her cheeks! tiviv T iiaiu US SllU 1UUKL11 ?LlIIUUb j x inn uu juui u iiu. " Iler narents were.nleased.that she was chosen by so well-to-do a young man: $0 it was all settled, thov were married that same Summer. i?cope "thought she sobered down wonderfully; more than that, nothing was said that would lend any one to suppose any change had taken nlacc. xes, fclie was sonereu tiown. Mie tiareu not think of Paul. There was 110 hoie aueau. .Life was a time to be micu up think oMiorself. John wa3 always kfhdp but she got so weaned, or ms laiK or stock and crop3, and said to herself, "I I nicy forget, and grow like John." Two vears went swiftly by. A baby slept in the little cradle: Martha jio- body calletl her Mattie but Paul sat rocking it-with her foot as shef knitted a blue woolen stocking for the baby's father. There was a knock at tho half open door. ' , "1 nave got into tne wrong roan; wm you be Kina enotigu to tnreci mo me nearest way 10 me vniaget" sum a nlonsfinrvnipp. and nstranirerstennetlln? -She rose to give hltft tho required, di-J ration, but PtonixHi snort, wiiucjiio camo quickly forwnnl. . "' "X'aui:" . frvrnflTo""' 1- . . . . . Ills face lighted up. .aiid;h.ereached1li out his arms to draw her to aim. . A mil a surpri-sed, painful I00K, sue urow uaeiv. . ".Mr. (iartliier, tins is a most uraiv pectcd meeting." "Mr. Ganlner?" lie repeated, ."Mat- tic, what do you mean -it'-- ' r)nnit.ili mi? Mattie if you please," ho replied with dignity. "My namc.is Phillips." . ( "Phillips!" he echoed. "Are you mar ried?" , "These are strange words from you, Paul fi.mliinr. did vou think J was wait ing all this time for another Vdrndii's husband? that! was kcopingrriy faith with one who played me false so soon V "Piaved you false? I have not. I have ' corneas I promised you. The two years i..,i ,,,i o.,.1 T ..... ir. u. uujU3l, i ...... - ..w.. claim-ou., hy.d9yougre,gtmcthus: - Aro-JOU Uiucctl ninrrieilfJIUllie vrry'.""i fiSlio wis tromhliiif llki nn nsnpii fpnf I felie M as trcmDling iikc an asiieu icai. . l'Or answer, she turned and pointed to 1 tue crauie. lie came anu sioou ucioroi her, with white face and folded arms, j "Tell me why you did this. Didn't; you love me well enough to. wait for: me She wentaml tinlocfccil a drawer, mdP took out a newsnaner. unmount 11, and finding the place, she pointed to it-' witu nor linger, ami no reati tne mar-, Tiage notice. I "What of this?" ho asked, as lie met shuttle sewino machine, without ta- imr miotlniiliif rrnm-iolifiil link "O I ble, licautinilly oniamentcd. Price, 3L . ner qilcstlOHlUg, reproacilIUl IOOK. U, K(r jurtyy,, kUbvrlbers-,at SI Aj encli.nc- Mattie: you thought It meant Hie. It Is icinnanle.l by the cash, we will Riven HOME my cousin. 1 am not marrieu, nor 111 ; khuttlk sewlnu machine, wiiu mack love with any one but you!" iMw"4VnblC' 1,ro"r"1 "ml nktIy flnls,,od-j "Are you telliug me tho truth ?" sho 1 ,rty subscribers, nt 85 00 ra.-h, arcom asked ill eager, husky voice. " pnnleilbytlH'cash.wcwlllslvcnHOMESHLT- And then as he re'nlied "It is true." TLK SUWINO MACHINE, finished In extra shetalou-groanFmdsn,, I,,nclt w nni1 "r- a chair. The nlxiveScwIns Machines, which arc war- "O, Paul, forgive me! It nearly broke ' rt,ed, H"1!? l" ,c.vcrK.PtlculaT,'3"1 l my hearU I dltln't know that you hail a ' sPortiamt6 ' 0 tt'Tver' m lmnl couiu bv the same name. I ought not For'iirty suuscriiwrs, at sjen each, accom to have tloubtetl you; but it was there . K'PiF.M?' ttTnlVmJ! fl? ? 5I-v;9Jf :., i.i.aV o.1 o.i.t tl,!-. ...o,. ..... i-HAMLIN lORTAI.Lb ORGAN, four octave, in black and white ami this man, my Uinsle roe.1, with black walnut case, automatic husbnnd, came and I married him!" 1 bellows swell, two blow pedals, improved ceu- Vith bitter tears, She told him how J terpreure reed toIvck, etc. Ice,S.VX it all hapwued. Vith cleuclied liands 1 'JKSS'miWJMS hi walked to dnd' fro, then Stooped ue- .t ilymlin org.vn; resembles th rirxt ex side the cradle antLbent overithe b1coi- I cept mat it has aiM a. knee stop, ivice, 575. ing child. Lower be bent .till his lips JQKftSSritf 8&t5g loucueil lis wee ioreneau, wnue lie niur- uouars nuumonni, wo win jrive a MASON A mured softly, to himself, "Mattle's uo yu IWIJJJ- I'ltOVKtl DTLIWS, TREMULANT A'U KNB1Z- Then he turned, and kneeling before swell. Price, sioo. hor m'u in n. low volcp 'T forgive VOU. I For one hundred snlcrlbcrs, nt m each, iier saiu, 111 A ion AOict, i iurj,iw. juii, a t , . tloIlnrs additional, we vlll Klve a Mattie; be as happy as you can." He 1 mason a hamlin organ,' tvk cfAvt, took both her hands in his, and looked 1 KivE.sToi-s,Twosi.TsoKittiiitATOu.s Tiinouou-Klp-nlilv lnvinrrlv into lior fnpp fiio oit, IMI-Itovr.t) filtAt)t'ATr.l .ELr-AiUBTlNii sieauui, ioiiigij, into ntr lace, jus IIBEJ,VAI.via!,iM.uovEiiiir.Lww,TnioiDUANT lips twitched convulsively as he rose to ASn knek-mwells. viol., diapason, his feet "I have no right here you flute, tre.mul.vnt. Price, sisv. iro mint lior tnin'a vvifi. Cnnillivn llrkl ' Those who desire to work tor these premiums are anoilier mans AUt. "OW""01 , can send the names nnd money as fast as re bless yoil!" celved. The subscribers will be placed to their He turned, as he WCllt Ollt of the door, I credit, and if enough names are not received and saw her standing there in tho mid- ' durins the year to procure the premium de 11 P1 Maimim inert, 111 tut . 111 m RlroU they ran chooseiilwserpremlum, or they die of the room, With arms outstretched. wm be enlltleil to receive twenty-nve iK-rrent. He went back, and putting his arms 1 And sho wont down oiuher knees be- strength to bear her trial. They never saw one another again. Seventy years old ! Iler stalwart mas atlll liriilit-vol ilfinrrlitnri mmomlmr her as a lovinir and ilevoted mother lior grd0 Hue. back of his old brown hand across his eyes while looking on the peaceful face. And not one of them ever knew of the weary heart and broken hope that bail died in her breast, nor ever dreamed of tne sorrowiui load sne bad borne tnrougu me. . . - - - . inc vwuow or tne lato-Jtcar-Aumirai Dahlgrcn seeks from Congress some re- numeration for tho benefit derived by the government from her husband's in- ventiona in ortliinneo. of which the irov- ' , J 1 eminent has had exclusive advantage, resulting during the war in benefits which it would be vain to attempt to estimate. The memorial of Mrs. J)ahl gren deserves most respectful considera tion, and the conduct of the government lie went back, and putting Ins arms i in mound her, preyed one kiss tg bcrii cheek, then left theliouse, never looking , back. "2Cover wat a woman morn nalient I Any subscriber who Is In arrears for the New .,, ,.1, Y o i..,,VYf . l Noi.th west, who will send us his orherown and kind, and as good a housewife as subscription rec, and one new subscriber, ac ever was."' he said, as ho brushed tho ! eomnanIl by the cash M oo-we will ive: Ill this matter Shouldibcmoro regulated I A." "M-rllK-rwhols in nrn-ars lorayearti bv an linnnr-ililo niifiinilniltv tli-m Uv ptloii.ninl who will sml Ills or. her own ui an nonoRiuiL niat.iiaiiimni in.iiim fct,,.rlptlnn fee.mid two new subscribers,' ae narrowness and parsillioiiy. JJut thQcompanledbythecali-makInSau-wcwilI amusing feature in theaflUlr is that Mrs. j Dahlgrcn, who recently declined to!v appear before tile public to Oppose woman uffrageonaccouiit of femluiiic mmleifv has ikoil itnl nbt-ilnml-i lionr ! mmitij , nas ashen ami ouidllied .1 Hear- ! Illg before the committee Oil claims.! public welfare? llbwinii's Journal. A meeting of the Woman's Ileal Estate Association was held at No. 83S is n ponmmtinii' nnmiilr.ml fir tlii 'ntir-1 pose of encotiraging the emigration of women to Oregon, and nrovldinjr them with honie3 tiicro uuder the homestead law. At the meeting yesterday, the chartcr incorporating the association! .. . 1 t, t - rt, movement; Secretary, Miss Jennie Grif fin; Treasurer, Miss Witte. H'cmoh' Journal, May A, ' 72. An Irishman, in describing America, said : "You might roll England thru it, f " H, wouldn't make a dint in the im.lr'.tllere'8 fresh-water oceans in i.. wlat )' mlStit drouu ould Ireland In a VrnrS.?.?l!?"d' mieht slick It finii it tru "ever ue auie to , , , "tfc. The Freneh lmv ' sflVll.'! it w .i.. 1 which happens. ' the unexpecleil WHtiout any &uciu scruple. iJs money.Tjr'a'iua"IV'm,rnl,,IW! ti.,-t. JL.r.T.t A- . y.! ' fir a handsome Ulnl l!iir men, .1 iiiguer coiisuieniuoil mail iriUliy : Ay person In arrears Isnriva( iiitere$L morn iimn.mtivi. limn i VnnnnriT .i.r was nuoiucu, auu tno lonowiug umcers viui ai ;a w. 1 t. :., . r r i i . . i Oralinv'sW vivuiuu. i resiueni. turs. .u. i. iiwieiie. ..ir..v..- of Orecoii. who is the oriniuator of the nmnv-Ttm it A NOW MS' THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE n ,iaooo umwil -- 4.. .UnparaUeled Inilycenien.ts tqJBIubs. . ' if ". --.lt THE' NEW NORTHWEST, A Jo 11 run I for the People, V. - -V. f THE DEVOTED TO 1NTETESTS OF HUMANITY. i'HftP.ii H2C Vit' .ti 1 Arranscments have been made to secure the .Services of a COMPETENT CORPS OF WRITERS upon nny and nil subjects of Public Intere? t. The Ktrw xoutiiwkst Is not a Woman' RhTht. but n Human Klzhts orsan, devoted o wi,iovcr policy may be necessary to secure ti,e crcatcsi gooif to the greatest number, it Knows 110 sex.no ihiimk.uo rvuion, no pnnj, uo color, no creed. Its foundation Is fastened n rock of K(,a ubcrtjj Universal Kmanciiition una UiffBrmmeied rrosrossiou. ni!R PRFMIHM I IQT UUK tMIUM LliU . ,..,., fnr mir frim,s , mako .exertions to secure large clubs tor the Mir . ; Nohthwkst, weoirertho following lutof al- ;:y sU,rln., at f3 00 cad,, piinird bv the cash, wo will clve the accom- IIOMK In cash of the amount remitted fur their labor, 0UR4 NEW PREMIUM LIST. As TiiEiNnw- Xo I mi west has nl ready proved nnonuIar.success.wc are decided thatitshall also provo'a'.TniUMPii. .':?1! to cnnme.onr menus woo may ucciue.10 can- I va('i forouripapcr to benefit both lliemselre? miums 10 canvassers .V nalr Parian Marble Vases: or a lioueiiunu mass vase: Or it llohcmlan Glass Card Receiver; Or?', dozen Ivor- Napkin Rings; fir dozen Plated Tea Siooiis; Or 1 pair Alexandre's Kid (i loves; Ora lady's Fan, spangled, leathered edge: Or a Illni Case: .1 jOrnn Album for holding lflo pictures; 1 "Or an Album (extra) for holding to pictures; ; or n box-Toiiev Articles, including soap, . chalk, perfumery, etc.; I orJJKProiVwiSmnl: or! dozen Glass collets; ..m Or !4 dozen GlassTumblers: J AUULJ . . . . , . . -, . . . . . t ;work ,toket- 5 i I ir n Elno Ktubrol.iered Handlccrchter; WSJ'"1 " " iianuKcrciiiei; , lira Woolen Table Cover; ' rt ' ",N Or K ilozcn Table Napkins; Or", dozen Towels: . Oranelesant Portmonia. seiiu : A set ol Rosen,' Table Forks. Irlnle Plated, on t.l.lf.n.l..l . ... - OraM-torRo;crVTnblcSpoons,trlpIc plated, w''iie metal, warnmici: ... Or a set or Rogers' Tea Spoons, triple plated, OI1 wi,ne IIlctnl, wnrranled; Or M dozen Rosen.' A Rucll' Table Kntvrs, for subscript Ion toTllE will send Ills or her subscxinUon feu nnd three new subscribers, nc- eomnnlcd by the cash, maklhs SI- W, we will send : A handsome Marseilles Quilt ; Ora handsome Woolen Quilt, red and white or blue nnd white; Or il Tinlrof TiiMe I'mlhn? . Or two pairs of Nvttlnsham I-nco Curtains ' or'Tzc01 Al"andrc,,i Kid Gloves, any Orn Jminiif.fu. Tnlnt.l Work Rox: i Or is yanis iest yti. wide .shcctins. ' .Z.VV'JU'? 5l. 93 00 '. nmouat; Ancxtrat:llslor.trlnlcnalcd.olIwhltcnleta,. I i . .n ... . ' " riiin-rnosk-ofcoual value; ... i. t.i . Jnmnp Tlllald Work fiOX. TinonrtMiw i.r nil mlnablc. nnd arc war- ranted to Ihj Jut as wo represent thejiu I er fons llvlnit In this city or wbo can visit us eon receive- these articles rrom our own hands at an hour's notice; or ir not convenient to visit us, we will send the articles by express to any ad- U Noonlcr or this kind will receive attention unless the cash accompanies It. send money In FoMofflco orders nt the cus tomary rates of currency, or send draft ir pre ferred. , , , All orders promptly attended to. Wo sincerely hope that this unparalleled oner, which is a new feature In t he newspaper business In Oregon, will meet with a hearty re sponse from the many friends of our paper, who up to this time havesecmed to fall to real ize that The New Noktiiwest cannot be run without money. Now Is the time to make up clubs. Begin before some other person eels .the start of yon. Hce what you can do for your bell, me Public and TUE sew .w uwcst. a7 JlGELLAEpTJS. r Oregon ; Steam Navigatioa Co's Notice. BOATS OF THE COMPANY Vll.T. I.E.VVE l"ortlnd as tollows : For The Dnllcn: Dally (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock A. K. Tor Astoria: Monday, Ay cdncsday and Friday at 5 o'clock For Moullcello: JDnlly at 7 o'clock a. at. -t j. c AiXSwoiiTii, rrosiiienu LADD & TILTON, aBLaL.3Nr RS, POUTLAXD .OREGON Etnllislictl, liBCJO. DEPOSITS ItF.CEIVED AND ACCOUNTS kent Kiiblcct to check on drnfr. "' ........ I UUUH m l.1... TnU.ST FUNDS, in sums of ONE l)OLUn T V T' I I." -T . . I nn Tl.l I." TlUnnCITOn. i rw.MtUM rrom uaicoiueno-siu MONEY LOANKI1 on HDnrovcd securllv. Bonds Stocks nnd other valuable received on denoslt fur unfa keeDlmr. Collections made aud .proceeds promptly re mitted. : :6 v ins lnvcstncnts In Real Instate and other prop erty moac Kir panics. SlRlitondToli-srahlc KicliancQoa San Fran Cisco una 111c Aiiunuc guiles lor sale. I IGovcmmcnt Socurltlcs boucht nnd sold. Agent for the transaction of all kinds of FI nanciai ana Trust nuslncss. nl 1. P. SIlATTrCK. MIATTL'CK It. KILI.IX. A- It I CM V, v; , Attor ii'o S" k rfFFICE ROOM XO. 1, DEKUM-S I1UII.D- xjlng. First street, Portland, Oregon. nm prop. ;axs GIVES. LE3S0NS ON THE. PIANO AT THE Residence! of Pupils. W.ttyiSi REASONABLE. Satisfaction Ciuiir- iintetl. 11 I .MILS. S. J. ItUMSKY, PORTRAIT 'AND LANDSCAPE PAINTER "IAN HE FOUND IN HER STUDIO, on the j third floor or uorrjeti'M r.etr uuiiuiuk, irom lo a. M. till t : it. at each dar DO-LEsSONS 0lt3S I IjAnSCAl'B PAIJiT- t.vo. nl 1 t ISA.1C 11EHCJ.MAN, TJn.ion 2VXixl.G't for. Second nml 'WnililiiKtou Sis. IT WINO RECENTLY Pl'RCH.VSED THIS Market. I am now prepared to sell on reav ouaiiic terms 111c oc bleats ine country a funis. ul 12miirc Hotel, MAIN STUEirr, DALLES CITY, OREGON. HOARD BY THE DAY, Week or Month.ou jj ine 11101L reutonuuir icrmv Suiierlnrucconimodatlons for families. Concord Coach lo und from the house free A large safe foe the keeping ol valuables. House open all nigh!. ul7 THOMAS SMITH, Proprietor. PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE. AI.m'.KT A. MAXXINtJ T'EEPS A FIRST-CUVKS HOARDING HOUSK XV for the nccommiMlatlon of jieople who pre- ler a quiei. nniuo in ine coniusinn oj a noiei, iemis mouernic uiympin, . 1. n)ii. JAMES F. BROWN, Attorney, counsellor at Law an NOTARY PUDLIC. F.UGKNK CITY OREGON Consultations In the English, French, Ger man mm iioiianii languages. llf. (I S IJiLli - JACOB MAYER, -etui" . . Imiwrlernnd Wholesale Dealer In X3ELTET GOODS MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS, Hats and Grxts Furxisiiino Goods, J.SIIICH- nun .msMcv TRIMMMEn!NIvVNTRI5?nD RAThj AN noNNirrs, Frames, Braids, Cords, Ornaments, Flowers Ribbons, Trimmings, etc Dress Goods, White Goods, Yankee Xo lions, Elc. Ladies' Cloaks, CloaK Trim ,gTi' mingsjiEtc. - J AOF.NT OF THE EI.I.ENDAI.H WOOI.E MILIJi'CO. 1 Full Slock of Jilanlcls, Yarn, Jlca- vera, l treats nna uatsimercs Constantly on Hand. I.AT1.ST STYLUS WYEVi:KY .STEAMER. eg- PARTICL'rR Orders. -j ATTENTION Paid to r nl ...nv DELIiI' GER' Ac CO. Washington StSJ. Second'nndflTiInl POItTUVND l '.EGON TTK SIANUFACTqUKHNj A NO. l,-ARTICI,F.fOr HRKAD, CRACKEIW CAKES And nil klndsof.Paslry u.ually found In a First ttTTOoodJ delivered to nny part or the cltv i-JOT- V-4-o'i ' i -it e L. - f 4 ' UKK "VVEED REMEDY. UNK WEED REMEDY, Oregon Rueninatic Cure. 'HISTORY: mTiKHEMEnv rs noMPrvsRn nv nrr I Active nrlnclnle of the ilnk WVe.1. Bur- Thasnlum CnnlatumOrlcInlj'.Iitt. Indlsrennus to uresun. urown inpsi aummnniiy nna per- lectiy in asuurjinn couuiy. PROPERTIES, ETC.: It contains an Active and Volatile Prinelnle. extracted by Kther, and s blttef Tonic Prin ciple. MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USES: Tt itt thft tiint sure mid stieeili" euro fnr Rheumatism. Rhen matte flout nnd 'Mien malic Pains of nil kinds Hint wasever Introdueeil Into he Materia Alcdlca. The UNK n EKO REM EDY. ail prcnared bvui. In conseouenccof the existing bitter principle, possesses the necca sary virtue of behie a Poworinl Tonic, Promollnsr the Appetite and Invicorntlmrihe wholeDlcestive' ADimratux. thus bulldlnc uu and Wreugtlienlng the system, whllet nt.lhctj same ii mo ino voiauie principle,: Deiug ab sorbed In the b!)od; acts specJOdlly on the luieomauc i-uison, removing iv irom ine circu lation and system. mere arc few remedies known to the Medical Profession which will remove thi lihenm.-itii. rTolion from, the blood, bat whose net inn u so" powcnui in ucpresing ine system of the al ready enfeebled Rheumatic patient, that their use has to bo nbandoncd berore speclflc effects are obtainable, and hence the wnnt or success In treating this prevalent and consequently heretofore Incurable disease. Unlike these medicines, n'ready known, the UNK WEED RKMKDY.nl though produclntr as netlvenn.i n powcnui clfrcts on the blood and system in rc movlti? the RheumaUc Poison. also unuifi sirong lonicnuu itecuiwraiingKiement which admits of Its continued use even bvtliimnt ucni..iiu aiiii ieuiiiuiiL-u. mug vre uavo tho combination lor the llrst Ume or these two necessary elements in one remedy, which ac couutstor Its superior aiidncver-falllnseuratlve rnccis in tuieumaiisiii, jineumatlc Uont and Kiicumatici'.unsoinii Kinds. N. R. The UNK WEED REMEDY Is partic ularly APPLICABLE TO LADIES. In .,.nL iiuenvc fit us ionic iuaiiiies. TESTIMONIALS : Wo are aware of tho fact thai It itmuniv the elllcHcy of isitcnt rcmetlies rrom a certain class of thoi who Use them. Wo I. fITH SiliW.tl ine iouowinR iKausn the names attached to them are those ol men of the mnstrarKfni n.i H-rui-uiini. viiHracicr, ana oecnuse the largt class of thelracntiaintanees In Oreaon will not mr iiiiniieiii. aci'iiscor sus)cct them of nny "w...t in .ue- suiiviiieuis iney may IIIUI.lt CertlllcatP Irom the Demitv .Tnilnr or itnli iHluiiill LuuuiyjHii; City Jail, Portland, Orecon, June , is.i Dr. A. M. Iryen A Co.: I was atbiekul with n severe case of rheumatism. It was In my tlilsns, nips, nnscrs, shoulder blade Indeed In till the Joints of my body I suffered Kreat pain .uu miuiii. a was iiiieiiueu uy a recuiar pny- . 11.... I.,., I . I . . . , T ' ... . siuiiiii, uu. wiiu ini;iiti:i. i was inuuccii io iry iilrllnk Wi.1 ltetnMli aiil II (mn.A.lUt.t.. curetl me up. I consider it, from my expe- iivuue, int.- iiesi rviumiy lurrneumniism Known, ALFRED F. TURNER. Deputy Jailor. Tills Is to certify that tho above statement Is correct to my own Knowledge. JOHN P. WARD.Jallor. Alia California Ilooknnd Job PrlntlngOfflcc,") iiSl California street, y San Francisco, June 1, 1S71. J Dr. AT rir'!Ml .t- 1 'r. Pnr icrArsI vmsi have biK-n suhjit to rheumatism In my right arm and shoulder, tenderini; me tumble, to work. (In a recurrence of tho attack some time slncv. I was Induced to trv rour "Unk Wwil Remeilv," and the result was a iierfect cure In a few days. I took only two-thirds i.f I the oiutents of one bottle. My Ann iiellcf Is that the "Unk" Is n certain cure for rheumn tlsm In all its rorms, nnd I would heartily rec ommend all afilli-tcd with that dreadful dis ease to try your "Remedy" and lie cured. JNO. R. McLANE. Certlflcale of A. R. Shinier. Kvi.. sncclal con lrlbutortn the "Willamette Fanner," and Sec. rctary ofthe Oresron llorllcultiirnl Society: Osweco. Oreson. March 23. 1S71. Dr. A. M. Loryea: Some (onr weeks aco I was entirely prostrated with rheumatism; lnfaetl was almost helpless. I sent to you for one 10 ounco liottlc of the "Unk Weed Remedy," by the Use of which I experienced almost Imme diate relief, and by llie time the bottle was pone the rheumatism was gone. rom my own experience, nnd from what I have heanl others say who have used the Unk Weed, I believe It to be a certain ciircforrheumntlni. Yours respectfully, A. R. SHIPLEY. Certificate from lion. A. J. Dufur, cx-Pres!-dent of the Oregon State Agricultural Society nnd author of "Statistics or Oregon:" East Portland, April 1, 1571. Dr. A. JL Loryea & Co.: I ras allllcted with n severe attack of chninlc rheiimatlsni; was con fined to my lied most of the time from Jnnunn' to July, when I used the Unk Weed and ft cured me up. A. J. DUFUR. Certificate from James Ilvbee, the celebrated stockurowernnd "Kins ofthe Oregon Turf:" . , Snuvle's Island, January 11, 1S71. ToDr...M. IiryeaAtVi.: Thlsistoacknowl edco the enicacy of your"Unk Weed Remedy, or Orecon Rheumatic I'nre" T vni ntmtA.i 'for months with a very serious attack of ln- ii.iiiiiiiniury riieumaiism, nnu incil nearly nil Of the sos-nlled rheumatic remedies without any reller ierceivable. I then tried your Remedy, and Its use resulted In the most happy effects ti perfect cure. Truly vonrs, JAMES RYBEE. Certificate from the well-known merchant. O.W. -Weaver, Esq.: ' t , ,r t . Jlie TkiUcK, May St, IK71. Dr. A. M. Lorj'ca & Co.: I have used the "Unk eed IVmedy," and can cheerfully recom mend It to iersons aMIctrd with lntlammatory rheumatlsm. It cured me of that disease. My liands, wrists, ankles indeed, all my Joints were swollen and very painful. O. W. WEAVER. Ccrtlflcatn from Hon. Nat. IL Lane, Pilot Commissioner or Orecon, nnd a member of the City Council ol East Portland: . , East I'ortland, April 19. 1S71. .Dr. A. M. Loryea &. Co.: I have Itecn afflicted for several years past with "weakness In the back," and wandertn; rheumatic pains, nc comiKinied by severe constipation. By the use or one lioltle or your "Unk Weed Remedy, or Oregon Rhenmatlc Cure." I have been entirely relieved, and I cheerfully recommend It as a most valuable mid effective remedy. NAT. IL LANE. Certificate from Hon. flldenn Tllibctts, n member of the City, council of East Portland: East Portland, April 7, 1S71. Dr. A. M. Loryea & Co. ients: Tills Is to In form you that I have used your"Unk Wted" for neuralgia and rheumatic palus,and found relict from the use of only one bottle, and can recommend It lo those In need of surh a rem edy. Yours, GIDEON TIBBETTS. Certificate rrom Hon. K. L. Qulmby, ex County Commissioner of Multnomah county, Iitst Portland, April 1, 1871. at Co.: I have used the "Un Lir. A. M. ijorvea.v iii.: I iinvunsrsi ii.a . t. Weed Remedy," nnd am satisfied it Is.a valua ble medicine. It resulates nnd Invlcnrntna n.n system. Tills Is my experience with the Rem edy. Truly yours, E. L. QUIMBY. T.Cc,rUn.cni?, fro.m ,he celebrated musician, Pror. Otto VIcuxtcmns: Oreson Musical Institute. "f- A. 31 Iirj-ca & Co.: I was attacked with severe Inflammatory rueumntlsm, siitr.-rin; great pain, and was so prostrated that I was unable to tend to my business. I used one bot tle of your "Unk Weed Remedy, or Oregon Rheumatic Cure," and was entirely cured by It alone. OTTO VIEUXTEMI-S. PUT UP IN TEN-OUNCE BOTTLES, VT One Dollar null rifty Cents per liottlc. PREPARED A.T THE 0EEG0N MEDICAL LABORATORY, DIt. liORYEA vSc CO., EAST I-0RTL.VND, OREGON. Won SAts nv all DRcaaiSTw. lu , AN3raANCTSCO. f " ''14 HE FLORENCE' SEWING' 'MACHINE' riI.T. SEW F.VERYTHINO NEEDED IN IT. a family, from Uio Heaviest lolhelJcht- st laurlc. si u.i. :ii!'i! It Dom More-tWork,' More Kind of Work. And iBetteriWork : " ,:ni Than any otierVIacldne.'-' " ' :Z inhere Is a Florence Sewing Machlne'wlthlii one thousand miles of Can Francisco not work ing well or giving entire satisfaction. If I am Informed of It, it will bo attended to without expense of any kind to the owner. SAMUEL HILL,. Agent, 19 New Montvome'rySt., Grand Hotel Rulldmff, San Francisco. MUD FOR (IKimia iH MMrLKS OK- HORK. Active' AffeaU; Waatea''Trwiir. Jan.is, 13TI-n3iULn 1 ijtc: -.t . CHARLES TENCE ct CO IMPORTERS OF French Milllnoi'j', STRAW and FANCY CClODS NO. 13 SANSOXIE STREET, Between Hush andiSultr;nextCoimopoU6fri Hotel; - S.1N FKATISCO,. -CJ.L. No a Rue da Fauborg-Itolsslpnnlcre, Pari. '- UT2-K ' " ' 1- . . ! IK,.. . y. it a -lU C t .11' I .'I'ttV i'y ' ' 5. AGENTS WANTED! THE LOST CITY CHICAGO AS IT WAS AND AS IT IS. A HISTORY OF THE GREAT CHTCAtSO JX. Fire. Truthlul and accurate. A vivid ad detailed account of the most terrible calami ty that has ever bemlicn the clvltUed worl.4. Startling incident". "Hair Bfra!" ".eP'" Tlie fearfnl ravage of Uie FIrr Klendj The rclgu or Terror. lTofuscIy nnd. bcautltully II lustrateil, Including views of tho cltr .before and since the Arc, still sublimely grand lndu ruins. Orders will be nlled and received. The fastest selling book ever sold by agents. Send $1 for canvassing outfit and secure an Agency Immediately. Agents also wanted Tor WONDERS OF THE WORLD. One Thousand Illustrations, comprising star tling scenes. Interesting Incidents and wonder ful events In all Countries ami among all Peo ple. A. L. BANdtej-r r CO., BasFrauclKO.Cal, riBST I? KE3I IXJZM Oregon State Fair, 1S71. jttsiviui lit-tiai t:oi l to bit, TniS SPACE RESERVED FOB HIMES & BACH ELDER, Steam Book and Job Printers, who intend flll- ns lt Willi an advertisement assoon as they get r- tlme lo write one. In the mean time call on them atSS Front If you wnnt any kind of Prititlngdone. iUWtf !.: i ellMSlUWif 1 tt-S frsflt To v-!.'tf I imic. v J itl" Sr.f ;fr";q A hi- f 1)R. J. 3. (' LEN.V, DEWTIST, 107 Front .Street, PORTLAND OREGON 3IRS. IL L.VV.LKSS, JANUFACTURER .VND DE.VLER IN SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, ETC., Corner Front nnd Yamhill streets, Portland. Milrls 3Inilc to Order Ofthe best material, and warranted to flL All Kimisoimenuniir none. no MI!S. 31. J. E.VSIC.Y, Fashionable Drcs3 and Cloak-Maker, Tlilnl Street, Near Wnsliiustoii, KEEPS A FULL ASSORTMENT OF PAT terns, trimmed and untrlmmed. COUTJTRY DRESS-MAEERS Will find It to their advantage to give her a call. Orders Eircutrd tilth ratness and Ulspatrb. Charges Reasonable. n2) EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. "W it lie veil Xlolmaii, No. 80 Front Street, l'orllaiul. .ir"'T' KIND EMPLOYMENT FOR ALL I V those applylns for situations In any ca pacity irom vtoou-cuopper uown to a ra or tlcc. l"ay special attention to obtaining Farm Help, House ServnntK. Railroad HaniLs, etc., irrespective of Nationality. Parties sendlwr orders from a distance must be explicit In their orders, stating Just what they want, what they will par, etc, (accompa nied by our office fees, S2U0, which may de ducted from employee's wages), stating whetli ertheywlll or will not be responsible for trav 'ellnc ejcpeue or hired help. J. IL WlTHERELL. .niitf F. DILLARD I10LMAN. DR. ABO RN, Oculist uml Ailrlst, Throat nnd T.uug: PHVSICLV.V. Laboratory. Consulting and Opcrartinj APARTMENTS, CORNER THIRD AND MORRISON STS., Portlnml. Oregon. n29 J. M. FRYER, nK,I.EIt IN DRY (.'(KIDS AND (I.OTIIIXd, (IrorcrleM, Hoots, Shoes. Xnlls, Etc., .-AND PimClIASEU OF FAR3IEKS' PRODUCE. Highest Cash Price paid Tor WOOL. CORNER FIRST AND MADISON STREETS, PORTLAND, OREGON. a.Vnl-tf MISS MACNAMARA H.VS OPENED A LARGE AND CHOICE As sortment of Millincx'y Oootls, At 71 First St, bet. Wtxsliliiston A Stnrk, Next door to Ladd & Til ton's Bank, And hopes by attention to business and prompt ness In executing orders to meet a shnre or pat ronage. awo nrsi-ciass milliners wanieu immediate ly. To tlrst-clasi hands highest wages paid. Also two small drls wanted as annrentfees. Apply at the store.TI First street, immediately. aponouu DB-"WIIERE-5n OS-Did Mrs. It. Get that Fat t liicheiiT In ""XTrilY, D0NT YOU KNOW? SHE GOT IT it ai at ASCHENHEIM BUIKEIEY'S WASHINGTON MARKET, whern they keep nil kinds of Fresh Poul try, Game and Fish, and receive by every steamer a splendid assortment of California vesctnbles." N. B. Consignment from the country solic ticd. nlltf. Temperance House. LOVE'S HOTEL, Will Frlsblc. -I'rojiricior THIRST STREET, between 3Ialn and Madison, T I"ortIand. Orecon. New House, New Fur niture, Excellent Accommodations. Loard per wcekTcd to SS. Per day, il to J I 50, acconllmt to room. . ""T:1.1,- MCRPIIV A KCLLT, DE.VIJ3 IN FAMILY GROCERIES, COCNTRT rr.UDCCE, FKl'ITS ASD VEGETABLES, Comer of Third and AVashlngton strccts(op poslte l"resbytcrlan Church 1, 1'ortland, Orecon. Goods delivered to all parts of tlie city FREE OF CHARGE. nl nn. IL R. I1IF.KI.AXI), OATK Or SAN" FKACISCO,) X E IV T I S T . ROOM NO. TWO, DEKUMS' I1UILDING, Cor.Flrstand AVashlngton Sts., Portland. HAVING HAD A NUMBER OK YEARS' practice lu San Fraueico, I feel competent to do First Class Work In all IVnlal Opera- tl ons. satisfaction guaranteed. Nitrous Oxide administered. Reference : Hit "Wm. Roberts, Judge O. THeVson. Messrs Qnlmby and N. Denny, Dr. Perkins, nnd 2rc Danlway, of BIO EW Nortiiwsst. nl DR. 3IAKY A. THOMPSON, 3?XSICIAN AND ACCOUCHEUR T-IsarjPVCE AND OFFICE THIRD ST. KSttt SlsImon and Main, ophite the SuffSifded In nny part of the city. Sttcriei for alc"and instructions given on Ktei & ?W& ty as n Remedial AscnL nl.