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...JULY 20, 1S72.
Tlie total property valuation of Cor
vallis is $31,5S0.
Hay in thfe Salem market is belling at
from to $1S pox ton.
Crops in Clackamas county arc rc
lrtel good ly tlie 13Hierprie.
The statement that Joab Fowell hail
Leoonie insane is contradicted.
Count Kliitfeky, the Polish exile, lec
tures at Philharmonic ITall to-morrow
For choice reading get Oodefft Maga
zine for August, It is unusually inter-
II. It. Kincaid, of the Eugene Journal,
is expected home frqni Washington
Don't forget the lecture to-night by
Stephen Mayuell, the Poet-Laborer of
One sawmill is just finished at Tilla
mook, ami another is in process of con
struction. General Hooker, of well known fame,
is now visiting various points in Oregon,
his old home.
ThePitteburgi'I'a.) Commercial grave
ly announces that Oregon is a tea
growing State. That' news.
Ashland, in Jackson county, and For
est (irove in Washington county, have
I .1. t . . . I 4 1
anu ut-eii creoieu muiiuy uraur unices.
There are many invalids at the Soda
Springs, in Clackamas county, and the
mineral water is ciiriii'r home ot tnem
dbubt continue so Ion? as there is land
lo clear ami timber to burn."
A farmer writing to tlieOregon.S'iafes-
man, says: "The late rains nave neany
doubled all spring crops in Marion
county. The hay crop was increased
fifty per cent. Fall wheat is extra good,
both as to quality and quantity. Spring
wheat, barley and oats are well filled.
Hay rather light; flax very short; gar
dens a fair average; fruit nearly a fail
ure. The new farm machinery performs
admirably. Farmers are all cheery,
health is generally good. A larger
average will be harvested this year in
this county than ever before. Stock
animals are in fine condition. Much
old whrat and oats on hand in the val
ley, awaiting higher prices than were
ottered last year.
The finest sneclmen of Brussels lace is
so complicated as to require the labor of
seven persons on one piece, anu cacu
operative is employed at distinct fea-
tuies or tne work, tuo tnreau useu is
of exquisite fineness, which is spun m
dark underground rooms, where it is
sufficiently moist to nrevent the thread
from separating. It is so delicate as to
scarcelv be seen, and the room Is so ar
ranged that all tne light ailniiueu suau
fall upon the work. It is such material
that renders the crenulne Brussels ground
so costly. On a piece of Valenciennes
not two inches wide from two to tnree
litimlrrtl lmlililnq are often used, and for
a larger width as many as eignt Hun
dred on the same pillow.
For the very best photographs, go to Bradley
Jt Ruiorson's Gallery without STAIRS
B3-ASCEND IN THE ELEVATOB, 429 Mont
gomery St., Ban Francisco.
John A. Simms has been appointed
Agent at the new Indian Reservation
recently entauiialieu at Coivllle, , r.
A largo area of brush land in UieWil
lamette valley is beiug burnt over this
season iwetiaratorv to being sowed with
Tlie Portland Free Discussion Club
have tlieir weekly meetings every Sun
day at 3 o'clock p. m. at Xo. 39 First St,
The Democrat's in "Washington Terri
lory are agitating the question of hold
ing another Territorial Convention some
time in October.
Tlie Willamette University lias re
cently had printed in New York some
very fine diplomas for the graduates of
Hon. "Wm. II. Claggett, present dele
gate in Congress from Montana, ha
jiiht been renominated by the Republi
cans of that Territory
Senator; Corbett returned to Portland
last "Wednesday morning. AVe presume
he will jay some attention to the Ore
gon Senatorial question.
Crops in the Payette valley, Idaho,
were seriously injured by the heat on
the 10th and 11th inst. Late wlieat and
oats look as if actually scorched by fire.
Twenty dollars per ton is the price de
manded for haled hay in Kalama. The
wild hay on tlie Columbia bottom is ex
pected to furnish a large yield the pres
There will be a Spiritual Grove Meet
ing on August 2d, 1S72, opposite Pt.
Polalla, and one mile and a half or two
miles below Canby, at railroad bridge
No. 19, on Mr. Parrot's land.
Two hundred and twenty-two applica
tions forappoiutmenU as Xotary Public,
have been made to Gov. Grover during
his tern? of office. Sixty-five of these
were from Multnomah county.
A Marion county farmer thinks wheat
will not reach one dollar a bushel this
year, awl that ninety cents will bo about
the ruling price. Oats will le abund
ant awl will be worth no more than
A mine has been discovered at La
Conner, V. T., the ore of which, says
the Courier, bears traces of silver, cop
per and iron. The discovery created the
usual excitement, and a test of the ore
ill be made at an early day.
The Through-Line, a paper devoted to
the interests of the Portland, Dalles and
salt Lake Railroad, is before us. It is
creditably gotten up, and will, no doubt
be an able ehampion of tlie ruilroud in
terests it is intended to subserve.
Tlie Sail term of the University at Sa
1. in will begin on the 9th of September.
In addition to tlie branches taugiit, the
institution will have a department :-pec-ially
devoted lo the art of telegraphy
under tlie direction of a competent operator.
Tlie "Washington Territory Pilot Com
niisskmets liave appointed Mr. Hub
bord, late of tlie TJ. S. Coast Survey,
and Mr. Johnson, of tlie Astoria Pilot
Company, as Territorial Pilots, ami they
have entered upon thedischarge of their
Thos. Smith of the Empire Hotel at the
Dalles informs the Oregonian that the
report tlwt he is about to take the Che-
mekcta Hotel at Salem, is an a niistaKe.
He will continue to dispense the good
things of this life at his old stand, the
Kmpire, at tne uanes.
On last Monday the ship Ocean Ex-
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press sallou irom x'on iowhsuuu
Callao, Peru, with a cargo of one million
one hundred thousand feet of lumber.
Her cargo valued at the mill at $11,000
while at tlie port of destination the
value will be$44,O00, the ruling rates for
charters of a ship of the capacity of this
A young man by the name of Theo.
Root died at Tillamook, on the 0th of
July. He had a disease some call the
smallpox, and had recovered as he sup
posed. He went out hunting and wailed
or forded Trask river, laid out all night
in his wet clothes, took cold and died
on the second day after his return from
the hunt. A warning to thoe who
have lteen similarly anilcted.
The Olympia Eelto says: "Great fires
arc raging along the Sound, that cause
a cloud of smoke to envelop the whole
country, and which increase in volume
everv hour. For three years past the
conflagrations in -the woods have not
onlv caused great destruction of timber,
hut filled the whole country with smoke
Of the "Woman Suffrage Party of the ?a-
Whereas, "We, the representative
women of the Pacific Coast, iu Conven
tion assembled in San Francisco, this
21st day of June, 1S72, believing the
time lias come to form a new political
party, do organize under the name of
the Woman Suffrage Party of the Pa
ciflc Coast, and declare the following
platform of principles:
1st. All men and women are created
free and equal, and are endowed alike
with certain inalienable rights, among
which are the rights to life, liberty and
the pursuit of happiness.
2d. We hold that under the Four
teenth and Fifteenth Amendments to
the Constitution of the United States
women aro already enfranchised and
entitled to the right to vote, and are de
barred of the privilege only throu
prejudice and misinterpretation of the
3d. Ponding a decision of the Supreme
Court as to the full import of these
Amendments, and in view of the possi
bility of an adverse decision, wc will
labor with our utmost zeal and energy
fur an additional amendment to the
Constitution to secure these rights.
We will also work witli determination
for the revision and modification of the
Constitution and laws of our respective
1th. All i-ersons alike, both men and
women, aro entitled to equal rights be
fore the law.
5th. All persons and parties who op
pose these principles shall be treated as
our political enemies, from whom we
will withhold our influence in politics
and our patronage in business.
Cth. We will work for the election of
any worthy candidate of whatever party
wllo will work witli us, and we will vig
orously oppose any candidate of any
party who is opposed to these princi
ples. 7th. As a political nartv we unite
upon this common platform, regardless
ot nationality, sex, religion or count
nv miss, susir witheee!.!.,
HAS JUST COMMENCED PUBLICATION
ix this paper.
Kver body Should Itrml It!
Tho -lhlii Trnitn Iiim. lrlllllll tlie I
last thlrtydays.undergonearcgularrcvolutlon, I
by Hncl & iioieris Having opcnoi a unnion .
Clothing establishment, corner ol Hrst anu I
Wnaiiiii-rtnn ctrtH-ta. whpm Men and Hoys can
ttn fitful in rLfrf.vtlmi In nverv kind of Clothes.
They are manulacturlng onu large scale, and
mi. i.1tiL-A.nrtlilnrfiir nml llovs' VOflr III
order In the vcrybest style, at extreme low
nriees. 'niciraim lsiomease ooui in miuuk
in quality. Acall to their cstnbllshment.corner
AHO READ THE STORY THROUGH.
First ami Washington streets, will convince an
or the fact.
W. H. COBURN,
lioolc ami Jol T?x-iutei,
G WASHINGTON STREET, UP-STAIUS,
Woik done at ItEASOXAnLK RATES, nl
THE SELECT SCHOOL
Under the. direction of
Mx-s. II. C. Brown
liril.1, DK IlK-OPEXKD FOItTIIE 11KCEP-
I f iiuii ui i'u 'i 1- ijii m j m. i j ihii uim
Luratlonl'or. Second nml Hull, rurtlaml.
All branches comprising n liberal education
win op la ut; m.
lc.HmK on me pinno riu niM ix given.
Readings and Lecture!!
PROM SAX FRAN
CISCO wHIi a lrg and Slendiil SlorU or
SltKS, WORSTED GOODS, GRENADINES,
Japanese SUfcs, Poplins, Alpacas, Lawns,
A I-irg and Beautiful Assortment ol
MILLINERY GOODS, RIBBONS,
Fine Laces, Etc.,
Of every variety and description.
Straw Goods, Parasols and Kid Cloves
OI the best quality.
jr.wnr.KY, r-AXCY conns, irrr..
On hand and made to order.
PHIinnEM'S AND INFANTS' CLOTHES
or all description,
('nil nI nxnnilne Ilie Stock.
Gootli Sold to ShU Hie Time.
57 Vr-A Mreet, 1'ortlaud.
r CONSTANTLY Receiving New Supplies
by every Stmer. ulS
UNK AVEED REMEDY.
THE UNK WEED REMEDY,
Oregon Rheumatic Cure.
rimiK itEJiKin m coMrosrco op the
1 Active prliHriple of the Unit Wtml. Kiw
Ttipltini OmlitUim Orlcinh, Iau-Ib.1
feclly In Vahlniil.ii ronnty. 1
It contain an Active and Volatile rrtnetnfe.
oxtmeleil by Klher, and a bitter Tnnie Prin
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE!
Unparalleled Inducements to Clulis
HURGREN & SHINDLER,
POET-LABORER OF PORTLAND !
WILL DELIVER A
LKCTl'KK AVI) KKADIXCS,
New Masonic Hall,
Trldiiy i:enlnt. Jtily lie SOIli, 1st
"bt It fjirlUi And Harare fame II"
riMUS TRULY WONDERFUL MEDICINK
I. ! WHrnimei 111 esiivi hii wiirms mini iiiu
Ikiwels anu hiomucn, except jiiih,- anil main
The nmnrietnr lias taKen liuicli imlns to tct
ineeoinjHiniiivc ineniHtti ine pnncii.ii nunii
Mellflliu oi me uay, which, niiiiK-niis as lie
Kntoznn themselves, have ovcrsmvad the
land, each rliilmins lor lt-elfthu name of sx-elllt-;
and, while we frankly ncknowledi;u that
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XixHl.wtTt wo not a-.tircil that this combines
udvuntuEes iMevsed by no other worm mcdi
clue, IU introduction al this late day would not
nave neeu aiicmpieu.
Tlie uleavant tasto and exceetlinslv Miiall
tianUty of this medicine required to tt.tllie
DXisinivc oi worms, or io remove every one
from the syMcni Its operatlnj: In n few hours,
unaided by any other mircc. tosi llior with lt
certainly of eilect, eou-tltulc it one ol tlie most
brilliant discoveries ot the age.
Hail we space here, i-core of certificates
might be adduced to how its pnsreslve and
rapidly IncreaMii' trpuiaiioii lor Hie iat lew
years; IhiI to promuiile Its lame ami cutun
Ilsh Its character, we only aslc fora trial.
Its hpeisly oicra!iou In all xudden attneks, as
convul-loiis, colle, (its or Miasms, elves It an
unrivaled i.ueriorify. ent by es press on re
ceipt of price.
fY3IlTUJXS UI H UIU15.
Alternate isilinz and lliililii2 of the coun
tenance, dull expression of the eyes, drowsi-
Iness, llollllisoi Ilie nose,a sweuisi iiieriip,
toniuo wiillely furreil and thickly ieeklisl
with red polnui.feteil breath, an enlarged belly,
a IHtrtlul or Kcneral swelllns or piitlliisness of
the skin. a starting la the sleep and crindliisol
the teetli, a sensation as if something was
lodsed In Hie lliroal.a xnuliial wasting ot me
lleuli, sickness of the stomach, "voiultlii?, a
short and drv couch, annetlte soiiietlmes vi.ra-
ciHi, at other times feeble, lsjwels sometimes
csollve. at other times !, treat fret fulness
and Irritability ortcmpcr, pains in iiiestomacn
and lKiwels, colle, tits, convulsions and palsy.
lis value in removing masses oi cnunues
from Hie stomach and Iiowels of children, even
where no worms exist, cannot Ik-bio highly estimated.
1'iviKireil and soul, wholemle and retail, iiy
DIt. VAN DKN UE11U1I and Agents In all cit
ies and towns.
Dr. Van lien Eerzli can lie consulted on all
diseases that the liniiirm system Is lielrlo. His
unis: exnorieuee in tiiseii s or women ana
children cannot Is? sun'sasl by any pliysl
J turcrs oi every v:-r
IT TJ IS N I T U K E ,
Oak, Walnut, Kornood, (brslnnt, Ktr.
MOULDINGS, MIRRORS, BLACK VAINUT LUMBER,
l'lllli. I In I r. JIiiss. i:eelslor liliie.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
TIIK I.AIKJf-ST stock:
TIIK HUsT CIIOII.S!
tiii: i.iihi:st l'lticr.si
The women of America anil Kurope
join hearts aud liauils In the work. Day
is ilawnlnir. Tlie women Ol tile auirill I I children cannot lie sunaissl by any niiy
are coming out of tiari:nes3 into i gni; -rumxc which iii4 will TOUCH vvos S,,.V,Vi' m. L,.- i.,i. h..; r
we are passins turoiign tne ortieaif.iena- j the nusiions or lTjls to trJ. Ilew r-,.nm,res and xet
ily, .step uy step; anu we leei wve ineuu
ly liaml of recoRiiitioii reaeliiiiKout to
nq irom cverv nniiuu. rntsi ;uiu luiui.
llio lovers u. "" Ji 1 TICKETS, .111 els.; R-erved Seats, T-elR. Hor
and eminlity are with us in spirit eerj- int n,P franklin Hook store, lir, Front st..
Wliere as lilt! lailllliu vuaiijiuun ui n vt. oral ine iihii,
dom, human progress ami civilization.
The aims and objects of the Woman
Finlrage party meetwitn tne nearly ap
probation oi an tuiuKing men anu jq gyg MONEY!
IIUU1UI1 Ul X-UIIHIC, .13 I1CII 7 lllllb4iVM
Therefore, we do not weary. As daugh
ters OI J.u.eriy, uie meneui. women T.nArTI(-E KfONOMY IN ALL VofR
f-nuaiillliicr mid tmilenrnlii-r n Rlmiile ex
amlnatlon the allllelwl can Ienrn If their dis
ease 1h worms or not. Al all events, nr. an
Den Ilerxh can tell them from what disease
thev are sunerinr.
ConMiltalions and examinations free of
Ot'HtcE Rooms !B and 3H. over I'oslomce.
letters uescrlbing me symptoms win ne
nroiimtlv answeml. and inroiis llvlnir at
illstnnce will be saved tlie expense ami trouble
or calling on Ilie liortnr. Aiiiirens
lilt. .1. W. VAN DKN IIIvIlCH,
I'. O. IVix ir,S;ilem, Oregon
will irraiinlc with the monster onnres-1 .i,,,,... lt.iiiurr. r.nmine the
. . I .-,..!. 1- 1 ... I... I
sion, until wc 11UI3II nit- uoiii. uuuii uj
our l'atliers in 'u, aiui by tne goou
Abraham Lincoln in '02; and until ev
ery vestige of the Demon is slain, Ave
will not cease with all our niiirlit to ob-
tiin ifialiiA oml nrittll t-fllta nlirllorii
J. , . ;r.," I .,:.' V.: ; i nfo. I..rlr. Then decide which is I1EST.
age ami o ri.irigut. uijimi uiiien, ,,; sijti.XJciTV and DUR-MHLITV give it the
vinir nix i ilia iFiiisiiciciici a i iirfierenoo.
! A l ...1. It r I 1 rs-i . X' r A
SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE
omnipotent as (!od who gave it. We
must soon lind tne warmtn. oou's sun
light somewhere warms the earth.
Cciung a "Woman ok Drinking.
Artliur Martin, of Pittsburgh, lV-nn.,
haviiii; a wife addicted to drinking, uur-
chascd a chain and sectireil her to the 1
bod every morning before going to work.
The chain is described as heavy enough
to hold a dozen women ; and as lie used
to double it and fasten it to her neck,
the wcitrlit held her down in a very un
comfortable posture. Tlio weight was
about thirty pounds. Last Wednesday
nicht she escaped into the street, and
was on her way to the river to drown
herself, when fche was taken up by a po
liceman, who supposeii ner to uc insane.
She fctated on examination before the
Mayor that Martin had not only chained
her down in this manner, but had also
burned her in the mouth with a roti-not
loker to prevent her from drinking
Tlie Alavor. not annroviiiK oi tins man'
ner of family discipline, sent Martin tip
in uelauit or ti,uuu ixtii.
The following persons arc duly authorized to
iwt as Agents for the New NonTitwtwr :
Mrs J. II. Foster AIImiiv
- KueetM- Hiv
TlioON-r.V fXlW PRICED MACHINE uine
the COMI1INATION PATENT. I jrge supply
Just received. K. n. i iiA.ii-
nl2 rhitaUclphia Shoe Store, 112 Front St.
THE NEW WILSON
.STRAIGHT NEEDLE, UNDERFEED
. t !
MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USES
It Is the most sure and speedy cure for
Rheumatism, Rheumatic (tout and ltheumatlc
Pains of nil kinds that was ever Introduced Into
the Materia Mcdicn. The UNK WEED REM
EDY, as urenared by us. in coneoiienee of the
esistinx bitter prlnrlple, iossesses the ne-e-sarj
virtue of being a
Promoting the Appetite and Invigorating the
whole Digestive Appuratus, thus hulhllne up
ami strengthening the system, while at the
same time the volatile prinelpt, being ab
sorbed In tlie blood, acts specifically on Ihe
Rheumatic 1 'Olson, removing it from the circu
lation and system.
There are few remedies known lo the Medical
Profession which will remove the Rheumatic
Poison from the blood, but whose action is so
powerful in depressing the system of the al
ready enfeebled Rheumatic patient, that their
use has to lie abandoned before siseeirfc eRVets
are obtainable, and hence the want of sneeess
in treating this prevalent and consequently
hcretofore Incurable disease. Unlike these
medicines, already known, the UNK WEED
RKMKDV.altliough producing as active and as
powerful etlis-ls on the blood mid system in re
moving the Rheumatic Poison, ill so uosvessesa
strong Tonic and Recuperating Element which
admits of its continued Hi- even by the most
delicate and debilitated. Thus we have the
combination for the first lime of the- two
necessary elements in one remedy, which ac
counts Hints superior ami never-failing curative
i tliTts in Rheumatism, Rheumatic Gout ami
itln lunatic Painsof nil kinds.
N. R. The PMC WEED REMEDY Is partic
ularly AI'l'I.lCAlILK TO LADIES. In conse
quence ol its Tonic tinalitles.
THE NEW NORTHWEST,
A Journal' for tlie lVople-"
DEVOTED TO THE IHTETESTS Of
AYe are aware of the faet thai It 1 general! v
an easy matter to pnicure certificates atteMing
theetlleaey of patent rcmnlies from a certain
class of those who usethem. We have selected
the following because the names attached to
them are tlm-e of men of the most careful and
scrupulous character, and Itecause the large
class of their acriuainlanceK in Oregon will not,
for a moment, accuse or suspect tliaiu of any
uxasgeratlou In the slalements they may
Certificate from tlie Deputy Jailor of Mull
nomah Couuly Jail:
City Jail, l'orllaixl. Oregon,
June 7, hsTI.
Dr. A. M. Irya A Co.: I was attacked with
a severe case of rhenmatlsm. It was in my
thlglis, hips, tinners, shoulder blade indeed in
nil iliu Uriiiitsor inv ImhIv I suffered sreat imin
and anguish. I was attended by a regular phy
sician, bnt with noeirecL I was indtteed to tr
yourlJnk Weesl Remetly.aiHl It immediately
cured me up. I consider it, from my expe
rience, tlie be4 remedy for rheumatism known.
ALFRED F. TURNER, IVputy Jailor.
Tills i to certify that the above statement i
correct to my own knowledge.
JOHN 1". WARD, Jailor.
Alta California Eookand Jon rrinUngOniee,1
W California street. -San
Fiancisco. June 1. 1S71. I
Dr. A. M. Iir"ea .t Co.: For several years I
Arrangements have been made m Meure Hi
.Services erf a
COMPETENT CORPS OF WRITERS
I upon any and all subjects of Public Intereat.
The Nftw North wjwt is not a AVoma1
Rights, but a Human Rights oncan, devo4el
to whatever policy may be neeeasary to secure
the greatest good to the greatest number. It
knows no sex.no tiolitles,no religion, no party,
no color, no creed. Its foundation is Atstened
uim the n-k of Eternal Lllwrty, Universal
Emancipation and Untruinnu-led Progressstsii.
ranted tirst-class in ever- particular, c
iMS-N las, , 11 ami IK, Oh-. h ln subject io riieumatlsm in my right J t?rt i"rtlSnd X lraVer' "
nri is.. -isnmni,i.irrgoii. lann anil snoumer, reimenns me unaoie io vor flrtv sohserllicre nt Ss f.l eni-h
..mi- l...,i- io. m n.nrmiw. nX il tt.u.ir um tnJ ."" suoseriocrs, ai w ui earn.
OUR PREMIUM LIST.
As an Inducement lor our friends lo make
exertions to secure large dobs for the NRv
NoKTinVKHT.weotrerthe following lb4 of val
uable premiums :
ror twenty subscribers, at SS (O each, acenw
panled bv tlie eaaii, wc will give the HOME
.SHUTTLE SEWINt! MACHINE, without la
ble, beautifully ornaniented. l"rt, J36.
F-r Ihirty-flve subscribers, at it lu eaeb, ac
companied by the cash, we will glvealiOilK
SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, with Black
Walnut table, bronzed and nicely finishMl.
For forty snlseriliers, at f3 00 each, aceem
panled by t he easli , we wll 1 gi vc a HO JI B SI I UT
TLE SKU'INO MACHINE; finished In eslra
style, wllh Black Walnut table and cover.
u ne nisive ?-ewing .uncnines, wnicn arewar-
ItOOMK-Corn.'r first iin.l MniK Sis..
over latM X Tllum's ltauk.
Contains Uirr Thrre Thousand Ibslrr Hooks
Over 100 Tapers and Magazines.
MEMBERSHIP FREE TO ALL.
Monthly Ones sl U0-lnynbIe lliiurlerly
DliirxTons Wm.S. IjmU. 1. C..ehuyler.Jr..
M. 1'. Deadr, U II. WakeAeld, W. II. llnseketl.
A. C. tniilw, C. H. Iri. M.
Falling, I. IHnni.
101 first .Street.
Port In ml, Oregon.
LOCK STITCH ALIKE ON
linns easy, and will do either light or heavy
l me oniy iitt-ciass sewing luciiinc som
for less than ai lu.
Examine and Judge ror yourselves. Don't lie
humbugged Into na ving on 10 for a Sewing Mil-
I chine, when you can get a New Wilson for
OFFICE AND SALESROOM,
Xo. 73 I'irst Slrect.
MINER A I'EARSON,
work. On a recurrence of the attack some
" lime since, I was induced lo try yoar "I nk
' Weed Remetlv," and Ilie result was a perfect
; cure in a few days. I took only two-thirds of
. , tlie contents of one Ixrtlle. My tlrm belief is
ASSOCIATION, that the "Unk" Is a certain enre ror rlienma
i tloii lu all Its forms, ami I would heartily rec
; oinmend all ntllieteil wllh that dreadful di-eiM.-
to trv viHir "Remedy" ami lie cured.
Certificate of A. R. Sliipley, Ki.. special con
trilHitorto the "Willamette Farmer," and Sec
retary of tlie Oregon Horticullnral Society:
. Oswego, Oregon, March St, 1S7I.
Dr. A. M. Irveo: Some lour weeks ago I was
entirely prostrated with rheumatism; in fact I
was almost helpless. I sent to ywt for one h
minee lsitlle of the "Unk Weed Remedy," by
the use of which 1 experienced almost imme-
dlate relief, and by the time tlie lllle was
gone tlie riieumatlsm was gone. From my
own experience, and Irom what I liave heard
others say who hare used the Unk Weed, I
believe It lo be a certain cureforriieuinatism.
Yonrs respectfully, A. R. SHIPLEY.
Certiffeale from Hon. A. J. Dnfnr, ex-Iresi-dent
of Ihe Oregon State Agricultural Society
and author of "Statistics ol Oregon:"
r.ist Portland, April 1. 1R71.
Dr. A. M. Ijnrvea A On.: I was afflicted with a
severe attack of chronic rheumatism; was con
fined l iny bed most of the time from Jannary
to .Iiilv, when I ucd the Unk Weed and it
cured lite np. A- J- DUFUR.
CerllBeale from James Rybee, Ihe eelclirateil
sloek-grower anu -Jsingoi lire jrvim i un .
Sauvle's Island, Jnnuarj' II, ls"l.
To Dr. A. M. IryeaA Co.: Tills Is to nek no wl-eil-ellieellleacy
of -our"Unk Weed Remeily.
or OresiHi Rheumatic Cure." I was alllicled
fiir months Willi a very serious attack of in
flammatory riieumatlsm, ami irswi neany an
f It. W AITEFIEI.D
11. FAII.IXO .VIee l'reshlent
1". V. SCHUYI.ER.JH .ireaurer
r v- l.-l.-iltlll.lMV.tl i-..m.tMkndlltff Sec
HENRY A. OXER. Librarian ami i;ec. rs.s- j nf tne o-ciied rlteumaue reinmies wunom
i iiv reller pcrceimuie. i iwn mw jour
ii..',. io.u- nml lis use resulted lu the misst haimy
COFFEE AND SPICE MANUFACTORY. , rtl.s.ts-a perfect eure. Truly yours
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Kranlth, llarh i Son's,
THE CLOTHING STORE!
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please forward their names. Wo want Agents
at every lvostofflee throughout Oregon and
In Every County on
a. i- DcrKAXS.
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vi:iti)ii:u .v Tin'itxr.L,
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I k I itl.in i,m 1.-,-aiw.I. f'ltiirtrps C odec nlld
I spices of all kinds, wholesale and relall, No.
Si; Washington St., l'ortlnnd Oregon. vliwl
I J. I. ATKtSsox. Notary Public.
D. W. Wakkkiklp.
Atkinson, Woodward & Co.,
(I.ate Atkinson A Woodward,)
REAL ESTATE AUfcwia,
XO. 102 FRONT PTKKKT,
r WF FOR SALE FAlt-wrs i .mji-
proved iinus in o"-s""
Terrltorry. nnnneim'. fnr sale
Also, cnoii. i-. mi j.
and to Rent. . ki-
We attend to inlying a"" --s-"i
In City and Country.
to the Reuting of
CAN HE HAD AT
icciiii imcii-". - ".; .. .......
lr,iiMrtv mill Collection ol licni, miiiiii
i," L?VA I iV-nu-iit of Taxes on Property In
our hand when ileslre."- t,1,,w,ille,,ts
I-gal pajiers ais-.i
taken. . . ,.n ti.1 l'jjnte Se-
cJrllr P.riihv T-i .
VlT'tfOX'VATKL'N. WOODWARD CO.
:ii J7,fiiiii."-:;o Prlijow
IIS I'ront Street. l'ortlnnd.
Harris & Pragor.
Imsrtcr- :md D.-:d.-rs in
,.,iiivi ash ur.voi.vrRs
MUS. M. J. EXSKi.V,
Fashionable Dress and Cloak-Maker,
Third .Street. Near AVnsliIngton,
(Next door lo Nkw NoirrmvrsT Offlce),
TT.VS A IVRGE ASSORTMENT OF PAT.
J. "X lemsfor Indies' and Children's Clothing I
Dressmakers can gel full assortment of pat
terns, consl-ilng ot nrtccn (full f lri-i, tor Si U),
which will besent to any isirt of the Stateon
receipt ol price. iA-tu-rof fashion, how lo trim
and iiiaKe. win iw s-iu wnn eocn pacgage.
Prices or single patterns: i.-iau-s' suits, $1 (0;
children's sult.s.7.icts.: oversklrt,2cts.; wlst.
2, CIS., IW 6 Mill.-, ni'
Cutting and fitting done on short notice.
Certificate fmm the well-known merchant,
O. W. Weaver, hsp:
The Dalles, May 2S, 1S7L
Dr. A. M. Iryea Co.: I have used the "Unk
Weed Remedv," ami can cheerfully recom
mend It lo persons alllieted with Inflammatory
rheumatism. It oirod me of that disease. My
IihihIs, wrists, ankles indeed, all my Joints
were swollen and very lwinful.
Certificate from Hon. Nat. II. Lane, Pilot
Coiiimlssioiicrof Oregon, ami a member of the
City Council ot Kmi innnimi
Knt Port la ml, April lit, 1S71.
Dr. A. M. Irvea t Co.: I have been afflicted
for several years last with "weakness In tlie
Istek," ami wandering rheumatic trams, ac
companied by severe ensliutlioi. lly Ilie use
of one bottle of yonr "Unk Weed Remedy, or
Oregon Rlieuinatic Cure," I have been entirely
relieved, and I cheerfully recommend it as
most valuable ami effective remedy.
NAT. II. LANK.
Certificate from Hon. Gideon Tiblett, a
member of tlie City couueil of East Portland:
Eat Portland, April T, 1871.
Dr. A. M. lyiryeaiv. Co. Gents: Tills Is to in
form you mat i nave uscu yonr-uuK eeir
tor neuralgia aim rnenmaiic uins, anu iimmi
relict from the use of only one bottle, and can
recommend it to those in need of sneh a rem
edy. Yours, GIDEON TIIIHBTTS.
Certificate from Hon. E. I- Oulmby. e.t-
County Commissioner of Multnonmli county,
riast i-ortiaiMi. Ann 1 1. i.sti
Dr. A. M. Irvea & Co.: I liave umhI the "ITnk
Weed Remedy," and am satisfied It Is a valua
ble meiiieine. it reguinies ami invigoraien me
system. This Is my experience with Ihe Rem
edy, xruiyyours, r. i. nuumi.
Certificate from the celebrated rau-ician,
Prof. Olio Vlen-xtemps:
Oregon Musical Institute, 1
l.,nlul. MavSL 1.S71. I
n. st rn-a .(- r- I im Hilackeil with
seven) Inflammatory rheumatism, suffering
great pain, ami was so prostrated that I was
unable to tend to my Imsluess. I used one liot
r .iirnir W..I lt.-mtilv. or Oregon
Rheumatli? Cure," and was entirely rared by
Italone. OTTO V1KUA 1 r.Jii".
PUT UP IX TEX-OUNCK liOTTLllS,
OF EVERY DESCP.IITION,
tltUIIIR TACKLE. IAnl.1 uuuuo, bls.,
IlASKtrrs, Mii'-u Caoes, Cutleiiv,
A- 1 irHI.AMB
CrnmiPt finmrs. tans .mu ilisoiis
BABY CARRIACES, ETC.,
PleaseTstate age"in sending for children's inn FrtryvT STREET. P0RTL.VND, OREGON
ISI11V1III-. .... ,
use.andwll! to found nutcli superior to East- CENTS for Wheeler A . ft w nit vtr
en.'made. A .d'lnes. Needles. Thread. ,",011 I-.tc.
jii uniiin l'i""'t"'J , i ,-hlllf
liive men call. 2ns MUs M. J. r:ssiwr. ' Watting and sporting ni".
panted by the cash, we will give a MASON A
liAJU.i.N nii.i.Mit.r. uiiua.n, mar oeuive,
single reed, with black walnut case, antofnatie
bellows swell, two blow pedals, improved cen
ter pressure reed valves, ele. Price, STiH.
For seventy-five subscribers, at 33 Wleaeh, ac
companied by the cash, a double reed MASON
A HAMLIN ORGAN ; resembles the first ex
cept that II has also a knee stop. Price, STa.
For eventy-llve subscribers, at SSOO each,
accompanied by the casli and twenty-five
dollars additional, we will give a MASON fc
HAMLIN ORGAN, of rtVK octavbs, o.VK
STOr. SELF-ADIUSTIXll HEF.Il V.VI.VKS, IH-1-ROVKD
1IKXLOWS, TBEMUt-UTT .VXD KXKH-
swkll. Price, SUM.
For one huiKlred snliscribers, at JSo9 eaeh,
and twenty dollars additional, we will give a
MASON it HAMLIN ORGAN, KIVK OCTAVKS,
FI VI STOI'S, TWO SETS OF BIIIKATORK TIIRODait
OUT, IMPBOVKll 15KAPITATBI HEI.F-AIUnslTIJf
i:i:ki valves, uo-boved bki.iws,tkkmuust
ANI KNKK-S WELLS. VIOIV, DIAPASON,
ELITE, TREMULANT. Price, J125.
Tno-e who desire to work for these premiums
can send the names and money as fast as re
ceived. Tlie subscribers will be placed to their
credit, and If enough names are not received
during the year to procure the premium de
sired they can chooca lesser premium, or they
will be entitled to receive twenty-five percent.
Ineasnoi ine amount reniitieu lor tlieir labor,
OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST.
As ThkNkw North west has already proved
a popular success, we are decided thai H ifeall
alMi prove a TKil'Mrit.
To enable our friends who may decide ta en
vass for inir iwer U Isenellt both tbemsetvo
and us by Increasing our Snbseriition IJats.wv
rsse to give the following additional Pre
miums t canvassers :
Any subscriber who is In arrears for the HW
NoKTinvtoT, wlio will send us his orherown
sulwcriiitlon fee, nnd one new snlivrlber,se-
coinpnuicd iiy the cash tw we will give :
A iair Parian Marble Vases:
Or a Bohemian Glass Vase;
Or a Roliemian Glass Card Receiver;
Or dozen Ivory Napkin Rings;
Or)! dozen Plated Tea Spoons;
Or 1 pair Alexandre's Kid Glove;
Or a Uidy's Fun, spangled, tcathered edgu;
Or a HinlCage;
ir sin Allium for holding n nleinres:
Or an Album (extra) forlioWlngSH piclnren;
Or a Fancy letter Case;
Or a box Toilet Articles, Including Map,
chalk, perlumery, etc;
Ora llritanniaTea Pot;
Or a Kerosene Lamp ;
Or V dozen t llass Goblets;
Or dozen Glass Tumblers;
Or a large Glass Fruit Dish;
Or a Work Rasket;
Or a Flue Embroidered Handkerchief;
Or 54 dozen Linen llamlkerehlelk;
Or si Woolen Table Cover:
Or J4 dozen Table Napkins;
Or dozen Towels;
Or an elegant Fortiiionln.
.i.iiviiiM-rilMirwhnU in arrears forayeand
subscription, and who will send his orheoam
subscription fee, and two new subscribers, J
compauled by the cash making S 0-we will
semi: . .....
A set ol Iuigers' 'i aoie rorus, mi i--Wk'
f ""TrbieSpo..tripl. pWl,
,,n while nietal, warranted:
"V, 'ydVz'enlloge'rsissell'.s Table KnlVa,
lst qualltv, wrranled:
Ora handsome Ilird Cage.
"ny person In arrears for subseriptfon toTHK
Nkv NoRTilwtsT, who will semi lite er her
subscrliitlon lee and tliree new subseribets, ae
cminied by Uie cash, making 12 W, wwill
V handsome Marsallles Quilt;
Or a handsome Woolen Unlit, red and while,
or blue and white;
Or a pair ofTable Clolhs;
Or two pairs of Nottingham Laee Curtains;
Or three pairs Alexandre's Kid G loves, any
color or size;
Ora Japanese Inlaid Work Box;
Or IS yards best yd. wide Sheeting.
For seven subscribers at S3 1)0 each, amount
ing to 521 CO, we will send :
An extra Castor, triple plated, on white in eta! '
valued at is 00;
Ora lady's A ruins Desk, or equal value;
Or a Cabinet, Japanese Inlaid:
Or an Extra Japanese Inlaid Work Box.
These articles are all valuable, and are war
ranted lo be Just as we represent them. Per
sons living in this city or who can visit us can
receive inese articles irom our own namwi" an
One Dollar and l'iflv Ccnls per Ilottle.
PREPARED AT THE
OREGON MEDICAL LABORATORY,
13 XJ. LORYEA &; CO.,
EAST PORTLAND, OREGON.
hour's notice; or If not convenient to vW ns
we will send the articles by express to any ad
No order of tills kind will receno
companies H. , ,,.
Send money in Fosiottice oniers ..--
b-For s.,e bv all Dpcooist1.
unless the cash accnmixinles it
M!liu money in nwumw ' i .irufl
tomaty nites of currency, or send unui.
All onlcrs promptly "'"'"'n'.unparalleled
We sincerely hope : that thw , awspaper
ofler, which Is a new-feature toiw heary re.
business In Oregiin, will meet our paper,
sponso rrom the t""'11.! to ra t" renl
who up to this lime '"'Sr cannot bo run
Ize that The Nfav No fr"me to makeup
without money. owls the ""J. 1rMm eett
cliibi Begin before jo "e ,o for your
the start or you. seew,a,w NoBTUWaiT.
x. ll,the Public and Tn
that shut out everything- It will no
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