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.Alt; U.ST ' 1S72.
It is snitl that 250Swetlisli families are
on their wny to 1'ngct Sound.
The new penitential?' at Salem was to
lie ready for occtiimncr yesterday.
During tlie recent hot weather the
thenioneter at Seattle, Y. T., reached
Arthur Jf&me Muyatinc and ChU
tlrerft Jlcmr for August are at hand."
Both are good numbers.
Hie Slaietman predicts that farmers
will liexbie to get inorc than OS or To
cents a bushel for their wheat.
An illustrated mothly magazine will
soon he ieetied from the office of the Al
Iwny Jtegirtcr. Terms, $1 a yrair.
CorvKlHs lias two fire cisterns all com
pleted ami ready to he filled by the new
fire engine, wliieli is expecfod to arrive
The Portland Free Discussion Club
have their weekly meetings every Sun
day at S o'clock P. M. at No. 80 First St.,
Messrs S. A. Clarke and D. W. Cmig
have purclMised theWillamettei'brwier,
Mr. A. Ij. Slinson, the old proprietcr,
retiring on account of ill health.
Tlie I'lahxlCHler fy8 the grading on
the railroad is completed to the river,
twenty-five miles north of lloseburg,
ami the traek will bo laid to that point
in a few days.
There will be a Spiritual GrovoMoet
iug on August 2d, 1S72, opposite Pt.
Folalla, and one mile and a half or two
miles below Canby, at railroad bridge
No. 10, on Mr. Parrot's land.
Hon. T. II. Odeneal, Superintendent
of Indian At lairs, has received instruc
tions from Washington to proceed to
the Malheur country and select a reser
vation for the Snake Indians.
In Walla Walla county, W. T., the
wheat erop will be about a two-thirds
yield, hut much more ground was sown
this year than heretofore, making the
aggregate about tlie same as usual.
The Baker City Academy building
which about a year ago was burnt to
the ground is now up, weather-hoarded,
painted, etc., and will be completed on
or before the next term of school com
mcnees. A correspondent of the OreyoniuH at
Eugene City sys ftirmers in the cotin
try arouinl arc busy Imrvcstiugand bus
iness in town is dull, so that all who
can getaway are gone bunting gamcand ,
uernos or lisiun
D. Neweont, writing to the Fanner,
says tlie gardens in Marion county,
since tiic late heavy rains, are doing
well, but the fruit crop is nenrly a fail
it.-.. 1 ii , e i 1
T rJ ii , m ir"
nes will partially supply the deficiency.
Prof. T.II. Crawfonl, one of tlie tench- '
ers iu tlie Portland nublie schools fori
ers lu iw l oruauu puunc ecnooi, lor
several years past, has removed to Sa- j
lem, huving been engaged to fill the,
chair of Katural Science in the Wil-1
lamette Universitv. Prof. C. is a sue-'
ceeaful and lKimilar teacher.
. l.fananauan, Agent for theOroer
and Ilaker Sewing Machine, advertises
Its many merits in this issue. Those
wishing a first-class machine should
give him a a call. He will sell the
Grover and Baker Sewing Machine and
take his pay in installment of $10 per!mhl(Iing of UlL pbyaical conditions of
............ , wcllare mucu as we no. upon tlie
J. M. Sutton, Xo. 14 Morrison St., I shores of this continent land every 3car
announces to the public that he is pre-! 1s"'h1s of parents who in their youth
n i mi. i , , ,. , i.l , had no opportunity of getting knowl
pared todo all kinds of plating and gild- JJuy etching soon tlie spirit of
ing locks, liolts,gas fittings, stair rods, 1 their new country, and perceiving tlie
watch eases, spoons, castors, and table ! lower that comes of the possession of
warn nlate.1 n-ul pHi11 in nnlor Fli- i knowledge, they resolve that their ehil
waro plated a.Ml gilded to order. lAee I ,iren nan imve the advantages of edu
trotj'pine done on short nollce. Prices , cation at any C03t. it is a most coin
reasonable, and work insured as repre-1 niendable resolution ; yet such parents,
senteu. ignorant of tlie laws of health, and
The catalogue of tlie Albany Colle-1 without experience of their own in tlie
Pinto Tnsf itiifn slinw i In itmtitiillnn to1 IHSitloH of kliowleilge, are almost
ginte instuuto siious that institution to . gure to u t,je,r chdren hlto an inju.
be in a prosperous condition. During rj0us excess of their mental labor. All
tlie year there were 110 students in at-j around mo I sec children who are vic
lpralftiiff. .-lassiflod follows: .in mors, tims of their iKirents' uiienliglitcucd
c. t-.i. i. ' ambition. Nothing saves some ciiil-
5; Sophomores, Ireshinen, 4; Prc- ,!rcll fronl ulter lIetrction but their
imratory, 75; Primary, 25. Prof. War- ceaseless rebellion against our murder
ren has only been in charge about a ous requirements. They will not learn
year, but during that time has given it , those long lesson out of school! They
areputationasaneducationaliustitution I will coax excuses and holidays from
second to none in the State. j their mothers. We compel them to
-r c-i.., -r..i hi i . i ' disobey and misbehave, iu ordor to save
Mr. Stephen Maybell's lecture last , Ule!r ijVe.-Jaic 1'arlon.
Friday evening, at the Masonic Hall, i
was one of the best intellectual treats to i Advocates of a liberal education for
whleh we have ever listened. His lan-1 women will bo glad to learn that a
guage was pure, chnste, terse and vigor-!"0,,nS lady student iu the State Uni-
...., .,' . i w versity of Missouri has gained tho first
out, and the whole lecture was replete , vrisc t Greck scholarihip. Miss J.
with images of beauty. His peroration t Itipley lias the honor of being the
to ioetry was indeed eloquent and his , first woman who has ever surpassed the
dofiniUou of it the only true and rational ;yunr Il,c.n-hl such a contort. Tele-
We are sorry Mr. M. did not have
the audience which such a masterpiece
as his should have secured. Last even-'
ing he lectured in Last Portland. He 1
intends also lecturing in Oregon City.
Salem, and other valley towns shortly.
Success to litm, say we. ,
. t. m tmii. l. s..,i l
llie JJUrui. unci xiivii imn jusl ucuii
. . i i 1 1 . i i i :.. t
couipietcti auu iiiu num a iui in
few days ago.
Tim mnin iiifpli Is nlinnt
...ji i 1 1 fovi
,n IlJIiea lUll Ulflt llli3 .1 LZiKtwilJ ui -j'WJ
inolias of water. For two years it re
quired the employment of from 250 to
400 men constantly to construct it. Tlie
ditch contains two flumes, one of which
is 400 feet longand 73 feethigli, theother
250 feet long and 00 feet high. The cost
of its construction has exceeded $400,-
000, of which the supplies amounting to
ou,wu were i.rought from Ciiicngo li
rect.. 1 lio ditch is owned by a company
of Kastern capitualists, who arc im
pressed witli the richness of the mines
A Linn county correspondent of the
Oregoman says: "I have jst returned
from Pinley's Soda Springs, about 18
miles southeast of Lebanou and wouW
recommend all those who
health or pleasure to give those siirinss
a trial They arc the uio,t eilicacious
mineral -.uors in tiic State for all dis
eases of the stomach or lher. Manv
persons are now there who have been
greatly benefitted by using the waters.
At the present season there are hund
reds of people in the mountains hunt-
intr, lishiinr. cntherinir berries. s,.ni,i..!
rvHu.t. i .....1 ..t..i.' ",""b
selves generallv in that re"ion Vt J.
I'illlcv. nronriflor of tlm sni-Tnn. D ,.i'
ways ready to furnish amply the wauts
of both mau and beast in the way of
A correspondent of the Orcgonian at
Oregon City sends the following account
of a serious accident at that place: Mon
day evening, between 5 and C o'clock, a
serious accident occurred at the Canal
and Lock Company's works, by which
some 12 or 15 Cliinnmen and several
white men were severely if not fatally
injured. It seems that Mr. Moore, who
has charge of tlie blasting, had as usual
clmigcd a deep hole drilled in the hard
rook for the purpose of springing, it
that is, to clear the hour of gravel and
water, to prepare it for tlie usual charge
of jMwder necessary to blast the rock.
It would appear that in the lower part
of the hole drilled, which was ten or
twelve feet deep, there was a layer of
soap or some other kind of soft stone,
and when the fuse was started for tlie
purpose of springing as above, the whole
charge was ejected through this soft
stone, as if discharged through the
mouth of a cannon, and tho rocks, in
stead of rising perpendicularly, as usual,
were forced oat horizontally and in a
straight direction toward a gang of
thirty or forty men who were working
in tlie deep hole. Immediately 12 or 15
men were leveled with tlie earth, and it
is most miraculousthat none were killed
outright. A panic ensued amongst the
Cninamen who were unhurt, and they
became so excited that they even seized
their picks and made for tho foreman
(who, by the way, -was not to be blamed,
as it was one of these unaccountable ac
cidents that could not be foreseen), and
would have assaulted him seriously had
not lie and one or two others shown a
bold front. Two Chinamen and a white
manarevcry seriously hurt, and in tlie j
care of Dr. Barclay. The company have
ordered that everv care should be taken
of those injured, and they are properly !
cared for. !
The CnoxaCnw. ok the Age. j
It lias been truthfully said that "the
crowning error of the age is thirst for!
temporal riches; it is not only the crime i
of the individual, but the nation, yea.
the nations, are wallowing in the gilded
and seiiitial rut of acquisitiveness. And i
the bitterness of the curse it brings is I
upon the lips of all eopIe; upon the!
lips of lhoe who achieve opulence i'l
the exercise of superior greed and cun
ning, and upon tho lips of thoe who
stiller deprivation therefor." Human
selfishness is becomins almost univer
sal: men. in their nossionatc desire for .
riches, forget the noblest attributes of
their manhood. Honor, integrity, truth .
i ml con.-cicnce arc unhesitatingly laid
upon the altar of mammon, and sacri-
liceu to tnetr ncouisue ambition. iney
deny themselves of every worldly pleas
ttre.'they are deaf to everv anneal of hu-
nntti cliarity, they harden their hearts
anil oppose their iron-clad natures to
; every tender emotion and feeling of liu-
man sympathy, that their ill-gotten
gains may increase and multiply, and
that their possessions may not be di
minished by relieving tlie distressed
and lowlv. They forget their obliga-
iiuin iu uuu, .lull iiiuik uiiiiua lu 1 1 1 1 1
follow men, while every act and purpose
jof thu5r iuobie Uves is promptett by
some selfish design, and with the desire
of attaining some selfish end.
1oo lnisuide1 illiman brotlier, what
is the bubble you are pursuing, for which
you are giving tlie happiness, the joy
and the sunshine of your life; for which
you are toiling with such earnestness,
and giving your noblest talents and
l.ictitncil ,Iva? AVlinl will II Iu. in x-nn
wi,e vou sn future vears mav crasn it
i.. ....... i. -!..n. i 1..T...1 . ...i ii. i.i.
jii.u. V'r',, I "r i .
iii. ui-uuiii iiiu siiL-uuuv? j uu tit. t u
inmld fitiil flirt u-mnwinf IlinAwlin linvo
sutlerud deprivation ? !
VlM''lTTAV T Vn ivnn1n Itnnil
J ' '""tlr'
Tlie folio Wllir iwivhig f4reillllvalillmHTA.t fi.
U-tiAreiiuf,.rU.cN-inv North wn-;
I Mnj. h. Foster Aiiwny
iSMSyJ " ''''ecwvil'i'i'f4
I .?!'""! .7.J.V..'"'2oiviiitiIn
Jlls vinantaOldx MeMlunvlne
. I llintm.-milll Hnrrl.l.i.r,.
j. jj. jj. HenderMm-
I W. V. Ileaeh-
i a; ,:.ijr.rj. ".'"""ra
iev. t in. unit
i Hon.T. W. Davenport
, null. i. i . intTriij.ni siiveitoti
- - Iirinnnii
A. W. SUinard
K. II. Clnui;litii.
C. .V. I teed-
Mrs. O.a-. IHwlel
Mm. Nellie Curt.
1". C Sullivan
Mrs. M. K. Oiok
Mrs. M. C. Cllne
Mrs. 1L H. Itishop.
I lev. J. F. IMnvoiu.
: jmie M?-wil7
I'. I). Moore
Mrs. It. J. Oeonje
Mrs. M.J. Enclipi
;. n. niooi
Mrs. M. Jeirrle...
..Travel ins Acent
II. II. Weleh
Vr. J. Watts-
A. N. AnioliI
O. W. Iawson
M. I'. Owen .
Mre. C. A. Coburn.
Mrs. J. I)eVonJoliiion
Time Iiimuiii .
IL lVntlaud -Tho Dalles
MIsji Sallle Applesatc... Y oncalla
Mls 1L A. Owens lUweburK
I J. T. Scott. Kso Forest Grove
: Mik. A. K I'unrln : Nchulem
tieo. EiiKle -Traveling Acent
i J. W. Jackwm- Eusene
I I 1. Fisher .Sun Francisco
Mrs. IHUm DeKomj Cordon. Cnllfomla
.Union Itklje, V. T
I. T. Maulsby
. W. ISrock
W. llarnes... Oolioco Vnllev
oakkhoit. Traveling Agent
uiiierpartlen dehlrin? fo act as Airents will
' P. ronvan "eir names. AW want .Vents '
' ' v,ry Itofnee throuehout nr.ir'.ii and!
"'Tis strange," muttered a young
man us he staggered home from a sup
per party, "how evil communications
corrupt good manners. I've been sur
rounded by tumblers all the evening,
and now I'm a tumbler mvself."
Tor the very best photographs, go to Bradley
Rulofson's Gallery without STAIRS
ng-ASCEND IX THE ELEVATOR, 1J9 Mont
gomery St., San Vranclco.
The t'lolhluc Trnde has. Ml till 11 Hie
last t hlrty days, undcrgonca regular revolution,
by Pishel & Roberts having opened a first-class
Clothing establishment, corner of tint anil
Washington streets, where Men and Boys can
I m flffotl In wrf,it Inn In ir(rv kind of ClOtlie.
They are manufacturing on a large scale, and
can make anything for Men and Boys wear to
order In the very best style, at extreme low
prices. Thelralm Is to please both in uuing ami
First andWashington streets, will convince nil
orthe fact. alPi-lt
W. H. COBURN,
Book nutl Job Ix-iiitoi-,
5 WASHINGTON STREET, UF-STAIRS,
Work dene al REASONABLE RATES, nl
A call IO lllClr csmwisiimciii.cwinri
GROVER & BAKER
CClll MP MAPUINF
rn ftDPRATIMR RY HANfl
fUrf tKAIINli BI "Areu
AS WELL AS BY TREADLE.
THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS
nPFRATrTJ EITHER BY
UrtHAICU t,lnctt 01
HAND OR FOOT, AND
DURABLE AND EFFICIENT
THAN ANY OTHER.
W. T. SHANAHAN, AGENT,
dtVtNIT'UNt rlnal ol.,
SEWING MACHINES SOLD
ON INSTALLMENTS OF
J. S. WITHE RELL,
Xo. ttO Front .Street, l'ortlanil.
Ji.ij ri.xu f.Jli JAji .nr.. i rjii
mose niioiviuz lor Miuniions in anv cit-
ood:hopier down to a Kat Of-
l'ay Riieclal attention to obtainin!; Kunn
, Help, llitlse Servants, ItallroHd IlaudK. etc.,
. irre-qiectlve of Nationality.
I l'artlen Fending orders from a distance must
I U A.nll.11 I.. . In.t. ..,.. I., n-tint
:v:... J," "..',' ""'." .J" '
nii by our otiice fees, 2uo, which may de-
ducted from employee's waees). Matins wlieth-
er ,h,y will or will hot be repohl!lo lor trav-
ci nig eieiiM? oi iiinm jicip.
3. It. WITlIEItEI.I.
HOW TO SAVE MONEY!
X daily exiondItures,
$45. HOME S45.
SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE
Ilefore lltivlnr. Then decide which Is I1EST.
It SIMI'UtlTY and DL'KAUIMTY give It the
Tho OXIA" IjOW PRICED MACHINE tiliff
tlie cojim?.vnu i-.vir.--si. i.arse supply
jusi receiveu. i.i.w. iii.m.ii,
n!2 1'hllndelphla Shoe Store, 112 Front St.
101 Flrt Streel.
Steinway & Sons'
Kranlrn, Enrh t Son's,
Udlrs' anil rblldrrns
In Every County on
a. I- Del'nANS.
On-con Brsnrk Uoar.
BY MRS. SUSIE WITIlEItr.LL,
AS JUST COMMENCED PUBLICATION
IN" Till I'AfEE.
Everybody Should I tend It!
AND READ THE STORY THROUGH.
THE SELECT SCHOOL
Under the direction or
l-t-i . II. C. Broivn
-IirH'I' BE RE-OPENED FOHT1IE HECEP-
tlon of pupils on Monday. May 13th, 1S72.
l.ocauon tor. Jscconu nnu Jians, i-oniami.
All branches comprising a liberal education
III be taught.
Lessons on the piano will also be Riven.
OR. VAN OEN BERQH'S
Sovci'tiifrii AVor-m Syrup.
1HI1S TIIULY WONDEIIFUIj MEDICINE
I Isvmrnmted to expel all worms Irani the
llowels and ijlomach.escept Tape and Chain
The proprietor has taken much pains to test
thcconiKHrattve merlttof the lirincliml Worm
jit" iidiies. .ii ine uav, wiiicn, iiiiiuerous as me
Knlozoa themselves, have nvennreml tlm
land, each clalmlnz for Itself tlichnmnnf imv.
elflc; and, while we frankly acknowledge that
many ui iucni;ireuueii5ucccsiui,nnu do great
goo.1, were wo not assured that this combines
advantases jKissessed liyno other worm medi
cine, its Introduction at this late day would not
mitt? uvi'ii uueiuiueu.
The Pleasant tiisto and excei-dln-rlv small
quantity of this medicine required to tet tlie
existence oi worms, or 10 remove every one
from the system Its operating In ft few hours,
unaided by any other puree, losether with Its
certainty of eMcct,contitutc It oik- oi the most
nriiiinni discoveries or the age.
Had we space here, scores of certificates
tnhrhl be adduced to show Its nriKrrcsslve and
rapidly Increa-lug reputation tor the last few
years; but to promulgate lis famo and estab
lish Its diameter, we only ask lor a trial.
Its speedy operation in all sudden attacks, as
convulsions, colic, I1U or spasms, gives it an
unrivaled superiority. Sent by express on re
ceipt of pTice.
1 MIHIMS Ol" WORMS.
Alternate paling and tlushln? uf the coun
tenance, dull expression of the eyes, drowsi-
ines4, itciiingoi iu uoe,a swelled upper up,
tongue whitely furred and thickly speckled
U'ltli nl lir.lnfw ri.twf I.Afltl. nn anlflmiullmllif
a partial or general swelling or puUlngnessof
me sKiii.ii suiniiiK in inc sleep turn grinning oi
tho teeth, u sensation as If .something was
lodged in the tnront.ii gradual wasting of the
jlesh, sickness of the stomuch, vomiting, a
siiunuiiiitiry eougu, npieiue sometimes vora
cious, at other times feeble, liowels sometimes
cotlvo, at other times looe, great fretfulness
and Irritability nftemis:r,iktliis In the stomach
and lMjeIs,eollc,llts,eoiivnlioiisaud palsy.
lis vuuie in rt:iiioing miisscn or eruuities
from the stomach :.nd bowels of children, even
where no worms exist, cannot be too highly es
timated. rreparcd and sold, wholesale and retail, by
1)1 L VAN DEN IIEKG1I and Agents In nil cit
ies mid towns.
Dr. Van Den Ilcrgh can be consulted on nil
Ilseases that tho human svslcm iKlielrfti. Ills
long experience In dl-eases of women nnd
ehlldrcn cannot lie surinsxed hv anv physl
ehin in tlie United State or Europe. Ir. V. ad
vles lwlles troubled with any irregularities of
the Uterus to try ills new remedies and get
lly consulting and undergoing ft simple ex
amination the afflicted mil li-.irn If their ills.
ense be worms r not. At all events. Dr. Van
jen jicrgli can ten them rrom what disease
Consultatioiiii and examinations free of
Omen Iloous-SS and i. over l'o-tofMce,
jitters docriiilng the symptoms will 1k
promptly answered, and persons living at a
distance Will bo saved the i.timmis., mill trvknltlf
of calling on the Doctor. Address
IUS. J. W. VAN DEN 1IEKGII,
I". O. IIox lTi,Salem, Oregon.
THE NEW WILSON
STRAIGHT XEEDLE, UXDEP.FEED
MAKES THE LOCK STITCH ALIKE OX
Hot h Sides.
Ituns easy, nnd wiiidocitncr ugui or iieavy
Is the only ftr-t-clas Sexving Machine sold
for loss than SIJ1 rX
Exnmlneand Judge tor yourselves, iion't oe
hiimluiinreil into Having SV IJU for a Sewing Ma
chine, when you can get a New Wilson for JfO.
OFFICE AND SALESROOM,
Xo. 73 First Street,
PORT I. AX l, OHEGtlX.
MINER i PEARSON,
vSnO General Agents.
THE CLOTHING STORE!
IS THE PLACE WHERE
GENTS' CUSTOM-MADE CLOTHING,
IloyV and Youths Clothing,
Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CAN RE HAD AT
San ITi'iiiKMKeo Prioes I
113 Front Street. Portland.
Harris & Pragor.
MRS. M. J. EXSIGX,
Fashionable Dress and Cloak-Maker,
Third Street, Xenr Washington.
(Next door to New Northwest Ofllco),
TT.VS A IVRGE ASSORTMENT OF PAT-
.. it-nisior 1-auies' nnu iniureii's Clothing
Dressmakers can get full assortment of pat
terns, consisting of fifteen ifull slzol. tor ii in
irhl.li will l. O.,., r .71. V r.T?
receipt of price. Letter of fashion, how to trim
nnd make, will le ent with each tiaekage.
Prices or single paiteni-: ladles' suits, jl do
polonaise, To els.: ovcrkirt,."ii) cts.; widst2cts.'
children's suits. 75 cts.; oversklrt,3jcts.; waist!
Sets.; bovs1 suits. 7."i cts.
Cutting and fitting done on short notice.
Please state age In sending for children's
The above patterns will be made for home
use, and will be found much superior to East
All orders promptly attended to.
Give me a call. 2ni MISS M. J. ENION.
TU.ST HETUUNED FUOM SAN FKAN
f J eken with a large nnd splendid Stock or
SILKS, WORSTED GOODS, GRENADINES,
Japanese SUk, Poplins, Alpacas, Lawns,
A Ijrje and Beautiful Assortment ol
MILLINERY GOODS, RIBBONS,
Fine Laces, Etc.,
Of every variety and description.
Straw Good, l'arasols and Kid Cloves
Ot the best quality.
jr.wrxitYf r.ixcv annus, etc..
On hand and made to order.
CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' CLOTHES
Or all description.
('nil and Exnniliie the .Stuck.
Goods Xohl lo Xait the Time.
97 First street, l'ortlaud.
tar CONSTANTLY Kc!vlng Xew Supplies
by every Steamer. Mi
HURGREN & SHINDLER,
IRECT IMPORTERS AND
M NI Kt-
lurers of every ninety i
F U K N I 'X IJ J? E ,
Osk, "alnul. P.orioJ. (hr-tnut. r.tt.
MOULDINGS, MIRRORS, BLACK WALNUT LUMBER,
I'ulii. Ilnlr. aioss. E.veelsinr Jlne.
Etc., Etc., Etc.
THE J.AIttiUST STOCK!
THE II EST CODDS!
nn: lowest iMticr-s!
Waiik Roojis Nim. lA ti l rt 172. Oor.
Salmon and Klrt sis.. I'OTlUtuUOwimn.
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D. W. Wakefield.
Atkinson, Woodward & Co.,
(Late Atkinson A Woodward,)
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
NO. 102 FRONT STREET,
1.-1UMC A "V 11 r-VTr
TTAVE FOR KALI
proved Lands in Oregon and Washington
Also, CHOICE CITY PROPERTY, for Sale
and to Rent.
We attend to Buying and Selling Real Estate
In City and Country.
Special attention given to the Renting of
Property nnd Collection of Rents, looking after
Repairs and Payment of Taxes on lroperty In
our hands when desired.
I'gal papers written ami acknowledgments
LOANS NEGOTIATED on Real Estate se
curity. I"arlles having Money to Loan are In
vited to give us a call.
nlStf ATKINSON, WOODWARD A- CO.
B13CIC snitl ?01V,
Importers and IValcr in
Ul'NK, IIII'I.KS AMI Itr.YOI.VEItS
OF E KK DF.RIPTION.
FISHING TACKLE, FANCY GOODS, BEADS,
IIaskets, Ilttai Cages, Cm.Eitv,
Croqucl Games, Carts anil Wagons,
BABY CARRIAGES, ETC.,
13 FRONT STREET, PORTLAND, OREGON
.4 GENTS forW!i...-l..r.v W'll.nn'sSewIng Ma-
V. chines, Xecdles, Thread, silk. Oil. Etc.
I ..Also Agents for the California Powd-r orks'
riiasunganit Hportlns l"owdr. vmni
UXK "WEED ItEJIEDY.
THE LINK WEED REMEDY
Oregon Rheumatic Cure.
Rltlliwlanf l .T! "
fKtly in WnshlnstiHieouuiy. lr-
It contains an Active ami Volatile Principle
extracted by J'.ther. and n hitter Tonle I'rin'
MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USES:
It Is the most sure and speedy enro fnr
IUiruiuatlsm. Hheumatlc Uout nnd Rheumatic
Ialiisnfall kinds thatwasevcrlntrodueeil Into
the Materia .Med lea. Tho UNK WEEDIIKM
KDY. as prenareil by us. in eonsenueneeof lie
existing bitter principle, possesses the neoes-
burj vinuu ui uemg n
Promoting tho Appetite and Invigorating the
iwioir ivii.u jppumius, inus ouimiug up
nnd stre'igthenlng the system, while at the
same time the volatile principle, lielng ab
sorbed in tho blood, acts s)ecif1cally on the
Hhcumatic Poison, removing it from the circu
lation and system.
There arc few remedies known to tha Medical
Profession which will remove the Kheumatio
Poison rrom tlie blood, but whose action Is so
Iwerful Iu depressing the system of the al
ready enfeebled Kheumatio patient. Hint their
use has to 1j abandoned before speeilic effects
are obtainable, and hence the want f success
in treating this prevalent and coneenuentlv
heretofore incurable disease. Unlike Ihese
medicines, already known, the UNK WKBIl!
' llh.l K l .nirnillloll niVulRni.iir ne -n ..
isiwerfiil elTeets on the blood and svsteni In re-1
moving the Kheumatlc Poi v.u. al vi noti.w :
strong Tonic and Itecuperating Element which
admits of Its continued use even bythemot
d' tlcato and debilitated. Thus we have the
combination for the first time of these two
necessary elements In one remedy, which ae-countsf(irltssuperlorandiiever-riiifingennitle
cflcct In Itheiimatlsm, Uheumatic Gout and
IEheumatie l:iInsofnll kinds.
! N. It. The UNK WEED 11E.MEDY I- imrtlc
ularly APPLICABLE TO INDIES. In mnse-
' ijuem ofitii Tonic llnalitli-.
e are aware of the fact Unit it is generally
an easy mailer to procure certificates ittte-Ung
thoellleaey of patent remolles from a certain
elassorthoc who usuthem. Ve have selected
the fallowing leeause the names attached to
them are tlmse of men of the moat careful and
soruimlons character, ami because the large
class of their nnjuaintnnccs Iu Oregon will not,
us un'itiriti, Hiwi'itr susiecv iiiein oi any '
exaggeration in the stntemciiti lhc mav I
mike: " !
Ortlfleate fiT.m tl- Deputy Jailor of Mult-!
nnmah County Jail: i
City Jail. Portland. Oregon, "
June 7, IS71. f
Dr. A.M. Ixrea A Co.: I was attacked with
a severe case of rheumatism. It was in my
thighs, hips, fingers, shoulder bladi lnded In
I all tlie Joints or my body I sutrered great iialn
T ...t1. , ...... ttn...l..l 1... .. . . I . .1
and anguish. I was attended by a n-gulnr pliy-
sicinn. nut wuu nocm-ci. j was ituiuceu u, try
lyourL'nk Weed Remedy, and
cured me up. I consider it, I
cureti me m. i isinsiuer it, inim my exie
1 rlenee, tlie lK".tremtl.v forrheumatlsm known.
1 ALFRED K. Tl'RNER, Deputy Jailor,
i Tills N to certify that the nbote stnteiuent is
1 correct to my own knowledee.
. JOHN P. WARD, Jailor.
.III Callfornht street, -
han fninclseo, June I, ltju )
Dr. A. M. Loryen i Co.: For several vears I
have 1hii subject to rheumatism In mv right seen at tho olliee ol Geo. y. Traver,112 Front
arm and shoulder, rendertiiir me unable to street, Portland.
work. On a recurrence of the attack Mime For fifty snbscrlliers, at $3 00 each, aceom
tlme since, I was Induced to trv vour "Cnk I panied by the rash, we will gtve a MASON Jt
Weeil Itemed v." and the result was a perfect HAMLIN PORTABLE ORG.VN, four oetave,
cure In a few days. 1 took only two-thirds of ! single reed, with black walnut ease, automatic
the contents of one Isittle. My firm lielief is i bellows swell, two blow )eduls. Improved crn
that tlie "Cnk" Is a certain cure ibr rlieuma- : ter pressure reed valves, etc. I"rlee, SSft.
tlsm in all Its forms, and I wnnld heartily no I For seventy-five subscribers, at 3S fji) eaeh, ae-
, ommemi an iiiuhwu whii iiini ureniuui it!
eio-e to trj your "Remeily" and lie cured.
j JNO. It. McLAXB.
' Certificate of A. R. Shipley, Esq.. special con -
iriouior l.f me " iii.ijiieuu r ariuer, ' aim .H'C-
' retary ot the Oregon Horticultural Society:
Oswego, Oregon, March 2S, 1S7L
Dr. A. M. Loryen: Some tour weeks ago I was
entirely im-tnitsl with rheumatism; In fact I
was almost helnles. I sent to volt for one lo
om ice bottle of the "Unk Weed Remedy," by
I the Hie of whleh I experienced almost lmine
j illate relief, and by the time the Isitllc wiu.
gone the rheumatism was gone. From mv
. own exerlenec, and from what I have heard
others say who have usi-d the Unk Weed, I
i believe It lo be a certain cure tor rlieumatiMii.
j Yours respectfully, A. It. MIIIPI JY.
I Certificate from Hon. A. J. Dnfur, ex-PresI-!
tdent of the Oregon State Agricultural Society
Et Portland, April 1.1S7J.
M. LoryeH A I tu: I nv.is atltlctel with a
ttttck ofehronlc rhciimatim; waseon-,
mv ImsI most of Ihe time from .Imiitnrv
M-ere attack ofehronlc rhciimattm: was eoii'
rlneil to my bed most of the time from January
to July, when I used the Uuk Weed and it
cured me up. A. J. DUFUR.
Certificate fnm James ll.vhee. the celebrated
stock-grower and "King of the Oregon Turf :"
Sanviu's Inland, January H. 171.
To Dr. A. M. LoryenACo.: Thislstoaeknowl
eilge the elficncy of your-'Cnk Weed Remedy.
rr llnMnm Itliotimattc f nr " I viu tlllpl.l
i ,mlnI11.l(,r. rheumatism, "and trhsl nearlv all
I ,,r tK. Mlaiii rhiHimatie remedies w ithout
r months with a very serious allncK orin -
anv relief pereelvable. I then tried your
Remeily.andlts use resultedinthemot happy
eutvts a perieei core. i nny yimrs,
Certificate from the well-known merchant,
O. W. Weaver, K-q.:
The Dalles. Mv"t. t71
Dr. A. M. Loryen A Co.: I have used the "Unk
Weed Remedy," and ran cheerfully recom
mend It to iersoii atilleicd with inflammatory
rheumatism. It eured me of that disease. My
hands, wrists, ankles Indeed, all my joints
were swollen and very painful.
O. W. WEAVER.
Certificate from Hon. Xat. II. Lane, pilot
Commissioner or Oregon, and a member of tho
City Council ot East Portland:
East Portland, April in, 171.
Dr. A. M. Loryea t Co.: I have lieen allllcte.1
for several yeurs iast with "weakness In the i
imck," and wandering rlieumatie pains, ac-
; ciimiianled by seero eonstliKition. Ily tho ue
i of one liottle of your "Unk Weed Remedy, or
' T I . n. ...... t i.. ..,M " T 1 r.. i
'Wt'V ...... M. lUltCIRTIlClllliriV
I relldvcl. anil I rlicerfnllv rmniitiHiml II uj .
1 m.i vaiuaoie aim euecuve remisiy
XAT. II. IUXE.
Certificate from Hon. Gideon Tiblietts, a
member or the City council or East Portland:
East Portland, April 7, 1S71.
Dr. A. M. Ixrj-ea A Co. ients: This is to in
form you that I have used your "Unk Weed"
for neuralgia ami rlieumatie pains, and found
relict rrom tho use of only one bottle, and can
recommend it to thoo In need of such a rem
edy. Yours, GIDEON TlBlIETTS.
Certificate from Hon. K. I. Quimby, ex
County Commissioner of Multnomah county,
East Portland, April 1, 1871.
Dr. A. M. Loryea Co.: I have used the "Unk
Weed Remedy," and am satisfied it is a valua
ble medicine. It regulates and Invigorates the
system. This is my exiierlence Willi tlie Rem
edy. Truly yours, F- L. IJUIMIIY.
Certificate from tho celebrated musician,
Prof. Otto Vleuxtemps:
Oregon Musical Institute.
Dr V. M Loryea & Co.: I was attacked with
severe Inflammatory rheutiiallsm, stifferliig
great pain, nnd was so prostnited .that I was
unable to tend to my bus ness. J" ""t" I
tie of your "Unk Weed Itemed), or Oregon,
lllicTimntle Cure" and was entirely cured by ,
i nio trrro vikuxtemi-s.
PUT irP IN TEN-OUNCE iiOTTLE3,
One Dollar nnd TlltV CenlH per Do t tic.
PREPARED AT THE
OREGON MEDICAL LABORATORY,
IT2. LORYEiV t CO.
EAST PORTL.VXD, OREGON.
ce-ryCKALF BV ALL Dl'.Vir.lsl S.
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rortwen'y subscribers, at W esoli.aeeom-
liniii-ti o nit- iTi-ii, ne win ive IM ilU31r
I SHI TTLH SEWINU MACHINE, without la-
t "- "iuiiiuiij uniain-nieo. t'nee, iWL
For thirty-the subscribers, at S.t lii .h.ac-
companiisl lv the cash, we will giea.IOME
, SHl'TTLK SbWIXG MACHINE, with ObSSi
Walnut table, bronzed ami nicely tlnl?btl.
' I'riee, St.
For mrty snbserlliers, at SS 09 each, aeeom
' pa n led b v 1 1 le cash , we wi 1 1 give a I IOM K SH DT-
TLB SEWINfJ MACHINE, tinlshe.1 In extra
lyle. with Black Walnut table
Tlie atsive Sewing Machines. which nmtr.r.
! ranted first-class in everv nnrtlenlar. n tw
conipanieu i,y iiiecnsn.a double reed M.VSOV
; & HAMLIN OIK SAX ; resembles tho first ei-
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For seventy-flve subscribers, at $3 00 each.
) accompanied by the cash and twenty-llvo
uuhhi. Himitioiitu, wc win give a JIASOX i!t
il.v.illl.-. uutt.l.s, Ol FIVK OCTAVBJ, OVK
STOP. SEI.l-'-AIUr.STISCS KKKD VALVES. 1M-
i-Bovf:n iiKi-ixjws, Ti:Eir;iv-r axd io.ee-swkli-
For one hundred snlweribers, at 8 00 each,
nnd twenty dollars additional, wo will give a
MAPOX A HAMLIN OROAX, FIVE oct.VVIS.
KI VK STOPS, TWO SKTS OK KIHK.VTOILS TlinOOaU
OIT, IXI'KOVKD OILVPCATKU SEI.F-AWCSTIXO
KKED V. IXOt, 1 3tPBOVEI nELIJVS,THBtUlKr
ANIl KNKK-SWKI.LS. VIOIV, DIAP.VSON
FLUTE, TREMUL.VNT. Prlee. il& '
liiose who desire to work for these premiums
can send the names ami mnnnv- .1 r...- .
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1 CiHii! e"ough names are notreoetved
, lllirlll'. lll( VWl, In Iwuulna , I. a 1 j
. ... , . -. . . ..n ipiumauu ui-
j will'beentmAl TXiT
in ot le alIlollnt reinltte ibr thelr'nbSr
11 1 cnoosca lessor premium, or they
OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST.
As The Nkw XoiiTiiWKsTliasnlraB.lv tm-avatI
a popular success, we are decided that ft shall
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i loviinuicouririi-nnswiiomny iieciite to can-
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, and us by Increasing our Subscription L!ts,we
prpo-e to give tlie following additional l'ro-
miiims io canvassers :
Any suocnuer wno is in arrears forthaXcw
NoiiTinviT,-who will send us his or her own
I snbserlptlnn fee, and one new subscriber, ae-
I eompanied by the cash SC W-we will irlToV
A is-iir lUrlan Marble Vases;
yjt .Milium.. u uitvo , ..AC,
Orn Rohemlau Glass Cnnl Receiver;
Or W dozen Ivory Napkin Rings;
Or doien Plated Tea Sivs.ns:
Or 1 pair Alexandre's Kid Gloves;
Or a Lidy's Fan, spaujtleil, leathered tlct
Or an Album for holding 100 pletureg; . .;
Or an Album (extrn) for holding M pletiirftj:
Or a Fancy letter Case; .
Or a liox Toilet Articles, including ip,
a Britannia Tea Pot; ,
Ora KeroscneLimp: '
Or dozen Glass (Joblels;
Or V, dozen QlassTumblers: ,..i
Oralnr'e Glass Fruit Dish; ,ii
Or a Work Basket:
Or a Fine Embroidered Handkerchief; ' ''-
Or dozen Linen Handkerchiefs ; t-'
Or a Woolen Talllc Cover;
Or X dozen Table Xapklns;
Or H dozenTowols;
Or an elegant Portmonla.
Any suliscrlborwhois in anvwrs loryar"B
sulMrlption, anil who will send hHorhtrown
suliscriptlon fts,and two new subseribr ae
eom pauled by the cash making SB rt) w wilt
A set of Rogers' Table Forks, triple plated,
white metal, warranted;
Or a set of Rogers' Tablespoons, triple plated ,
on white metal, warranted; .
Or a set or Rogers' Tea Spoons, triple plated,
on white metal, warranted;
Or S dozen Itogers' Russell's Table Knlvet,
best ouallt.v, warranted;
Or a handsome Bird Cage.
Any person in arrears for sulwrlptlnn (a Til
Nkw NoirriiWBST, who will semi his or lior
subscription fee and three new subscribrs, Ac
companied by tlie eash, making iti CO, wo-wlll
A handsomo Marsailles Quilt;
Orahandomc Woolen tjullt, rI and whHo.
or blue and white;
Or a pair of Tabic Clothe;
Or two pairs of Nottingham Lnee CnrtaJA-
Or three pairs Alexandres KulOlove, &y
Or a Jaiianesc Inlnld Work Box-
Or IS yards best yd. wide Sheeting.
Ing to iil 09. we will send :
vaintsfit sKl-r' trlPlel,IateJ.on white metal'
Or a lady's Writing Desk, of oqual valuer
OraCaMnet, Japanese Inlaid;
Or an hxtm Jaimneso Inlaid Work Box.
Those articles are all valuable, and are war
ranted to he Just as we represent them. !'"
son living In this city or wlio can visit is en
receive these articles from our own hands at an
hour's notice; or ir not convenient tovlrttus,
wewllUendthe articles bv exiwts to any ad
Xo order of this kind will receive attention
unlea the cash accompanies It.
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tomarj- rate of curreuey. or nl dma if p-
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W .liicen.lv lione that this nnpamllieu
I nm , i i.pw feBture In tiienewsiHireir
I huslnesslu Oregon, will lu!,,''r
s Isponse from.th? '" fr,?i
ixmse from tne many , ," .nSr.i:
Who up to this time have see ,.v -
ize thit THK Xf.w Xoitlltw
without mon-y. Now l !?.a geu
,-lubs. IKin b.for.- ..; jJX?vor,fl
!! start ol jou. s.-. ' V- ' ' Y-,,w,st
. I ,Mi- Pimll- .did Tilt M-'-lUttLaT.