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About The new Northwest. (Portland, Or.) 1871-1887 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 9, 1872)
FRIDAY.... AUGUST 0,
The Legislature meets next month.
The base tell fever is raging in Eu
gene. Marion county has elglity-onc public
The EnMeni Oregon ponoh crop will
The Oregon City Posioflice was robbed
Gen. Joe. Hooker left fftr San Fran-
ci-eo on Monday.
Mail." come more repnlnrly now than
for some time pnt.
The crops in Washington county are
turning out very well.
Hay is very scarce in Umpqun Valley
and sells at $10 per ton.
G. "W. Snyder is now proprietor of the
Many counterfeit half dollars arc in
circulation" about Roseburg.
The Imats do not run above Salem at
present, owing to low water.
KIdorttdo Ditch Company, Raker
county, is now selling water.
It is .stated that a. new Republican pa
per is projected at Oregon City.
A grouse flew into Mr. Strang's liou-e
at Salem and was caught alive.
Navigation on the upper Columbia
has been abandoned for the present sea
son. P. D. IIulI, of Jacksonville, has taken
charge of the Koselmjg 1'laindealcr of
fice. Mosquitos are extremely abundant
and bid fair to rival the flies in num
ber. Tiie new Police Court building re
cently erected in this city cost about
Mr. Walling, of Oswego, lias our
iliauks for & box of flue large peach
Jackson county is preparing for its
Agricultural Fair, to be held oarly in
M. II. Abbott has sold the Bedrock
Democrat to James M. Shepherd of
Roisc oi ty.
Two young girls raised $112 in Jack
sonville the other day for a Sunday
The oouslruclion train on the Oregon
ii California railroad lias readied the
North Unipqua river.
The crops in tho Goose Lake country
are fair, but the crickets are trouble
some and destructive.
F. G. Schwatka of Salem has gone to I
Baltimore as a delegate to the Grand
Lodge of Odil Fellows.
The grain crop of "Walla "Walla Valley
is much larger than was supposed a few
weeks ago that it could be.
The West Side railroad track is laid
some distance past Forest Grove, and
Burglaries aud robberies are excess
ively frequent in Salem. Tho States
man gives an account of a batch of half
a dozen that have occurred within two
days. It is believed the offenders arc
Arthur Charman, son of Col. Tho?.
Charraan, wa.s drowned at Oregon City
on Monday. Deceased was a bricht. in
telligent youth of seventeen years, and
his untimely end is a sad stroke to his
A large band of Indians are off their
Reservations, and arc annoying aud
frightening the settlers and others on
tho Payette and Weiscr. The Raker
City Democrat says that many of these
Indians are well supplied with whisky,
ana wncu oninK inoy maice savace
threats; and may attempt to put these
threats into execution.
At a regular meeting held July Sth
at St. Hriens, by the New Era Lodge, I
O. G. T., the following officers were
elected for tho ensuing term : "NV. C. T.,
Mrs. M. E. Morse; W. V. T., Miss An-
genette Halstead ; W. F. S., Mrs. S. E.
Giltner; W. T., Mrs. Alico Williams;
W. S., Mr. C. II. Williams ; W. M., Ja
cob Halstead; W. C, J. L. Ladd; W.
G., C. McNclly; W. Sentinel, William
Ronscr; P. W. C. T., David F. Fox.
The Orcgonian has the following cow
cerning the proposed bridge acroas the
Willamette at this place: "A good deal
has been said about the proposed bridge
at this point, and some controversy has
arisen In regard to the possession of the
franchise, but nothing very definite lias
been arrived at until lately. It is now
proposed, we are given to understand,
that the construction of tho bridge shall
very shortly bo begun, aud its comple
tion within a twelvemonth is promised
by the owners of the franchise. All this j
is very satisfactory to our citizens, who I
are anxious for the establishment of
more certain aud convenient communi
cation with the east bank of the river.
There Is one point, however, on which
we desire to say a few words. The Or
dinance by which II. R. Leonard, his
associates and assign", were granted tho
franchise, limits the location of the
western terminus between Salmon
street and Clay, or entirely within the
Third Ward, which lias the smallest
population of any. It seems to us that
this is not exactly fair to other portions
of tho city. The construction of the
bridge will probably affect the values of
the lots and blocks adjacent to its ter
minus, and to limit the power of realiz
ing tliis benefit to the property owners !
of the city looks like favoritism. As Mr.
Leonard and his associates have offered
to allow the street designated by the
j largest subscription of stock to be the
Western terminus, wc suggest that as a
matter of justice to all its constituent,
the Council ought to amend the Ordi
nance so as to make Oak street the
northern limit, aud thus give property
holders in tho First and Second Wards
an opportunity to bid for the terminus.
The Act of Congress does not limit the
location of the bridge on any particular
street, and If the Ordinance be amended
; as wc suggest, there will be no difficulty
In Switzerland all volinc is done on
Indiana now produces class which ri
vals that of France.
In 1SC0 and 1S61 Horace Greelev advo
cated peaceable secession. Horace Gree
ley was then ana is now opposed to
II onion Suffrage.
"I will nreacli from dat portion of de
Scripture dis ebening," said a colored
uomuue, "tvuar tue posue ram puna
his plstlo at de pbeslaus."
The voice of conscience is so delicate
that it Is easv to stifle it: but so it is
also so clear that it is impossible to mis
take it. Madame tic Maa.
John Hav, it is said, has made $100,-
000 by dabbling in stocks. That ought
to enable nun to live wttnoui wrmng
such stuff as "Little Rrccchcs."
A lady of No wburg, Maine, has framed
the verdict a jury gave In her favor in a
suit of breach of promise of marriage,
and lias hung it in the parlor as a warn
ing to triflers.
A Refreshing Drink. SHco two
oranm and one lemon Into a iutr with
two ounnces of candied sugar. Pour
over this one quart of boiling water,
keep stirring at intervals till cold. This
is an excellent drink in warm weather.
101 First Street,
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE!
Steinway & Bona
Unparalleled Inducements to Clubs
To SrlRITCALlSTS AND OTOHt I.lBEItAL
TmxKr.ns.-A full supply of Spiritualist and
Reform Books kept constantly rorsalenlSnow's
Liberal and Reform Bookstore and General
Pacific Agency, 319 Kearny, street, up 'J!.
near Rush. Also Adams St Co.'s Golden Pens
Orion's Anti-Tobacco Preparation.andSpcnec
Positive and Negative l'owdcrs. All COoA sold
atEastcm prices. Reniltt3ticeslnUnltedStntej
paper currency received at par. Circulars and
catalogue mailed free. Address Herman
Snow, 1". O. Box 117, San Francisco, Cal. v2nll
The t'lolhlnsr Trade linn, within the
last thirty days, undergone a regular re yolutlon.
bv Flshcl & Rolierts having ormcd a flpt-class
Clothing establishment, corner of Hrst ana
Washington streets, where Men nd Boys can
lie fitted to perfection In every kind or Clothes.
Theynro manufacturing on a large scale, and
can make nnything for Men nnd Boys' wear to
order in tho very best style, at extreme low
prices. Their aim istoplease both In tlttlngand
in quality. Acall to their cstablishmcnt.corner
First and Washington streets, will convince all
of the fact. mart I
W. H. COBURN,
Book niitl .Tol 3?x-iiitei-,
5 WASHINGTON STREET, UP-STAIRS,
Wot k done at REASONABLE KATES, nl
THE NEW NORTHWEST,
A Jouritnl for the People,
I DEVOTED TO THE INTETEST8 OF HUMANITY.
JIKS. VIMIAM IIKMICC,
CLAIRVOYANT & MAGNETIC MEDIUM,
Congress Hull, Rush .Street,
Between California and Montgomery. "treet.
Room ., second tloor. Circles Thursday ami
Saturday evenings. Seances for business,
the work is going on rapidly.
Several persons are agitating the j in the matter unless the owners of the
practicability of erecting a new hotel franchise should object, and we imagine
at Salem on Mallory's corner.
The Corvallis Gazelle puts in ft claim
as being the oldest paper in the Willam
ette Valley, south of Portland.
The plans of the proposed Portland
bridge were filed with the Common
Council last Wednesday evening.
The Corvallis Gazelle clamors loudly
for a daily mail from the terminus of
the "West-side road to Junction City.
Cornelius Gilfroy was ."cntenced to
tho Penitentiary for lifo by Judge Upton
Monday for the murder of "William R.
Many "sea-side loiterers" are now at
Salmon river beaeh. A steady stream
of people fills the road, going and re
turning. Tho Portland Free Discussion Club
have their weekly meetings every Sun
day at 8 o'clock i. m. at No. SO First St.,
The Orcgonian says work on the ca
nal, which is to connect the Tualatin
river with Oswego Lake, is progressing!
Two or three new town sites have been
recently laid out near Wapato Lake,
Yamhill county, and the fever of specu
lation is running high.
"Wc understand that thorc is a great
amount of fever and ague prevailing in
the city. It is of au intermittent form
and is slightly epidemic.
Attention is called to the advertise
ment of Mrs. Upham Ilendee, clairvoy
ant and magnetic medium. Attention
is also called to the ad. of Herman Snow.
large fires are raging in the inoun
tains near Jacksonville, nnd the smoke
renders the weather sultry and un
healthv. Much timber is being de
Tho company recently organized at
Salem for tho purpose of manufacturing
water pipe will soon commence the
erection in that city of a very large
The Jacksonville Time says that in
many places in Jackson county oats
will turn out fifty to seventy-five bush
els per acre. Hay is selling at 15 to
$20 per ton.
There will be a Spiritual Grove Meet
iug on August 2d, 1S72, opposite PL
Polalla, and one mile and a half or two
miles below Canby, at railroad brid'-e
No. 10, on Mr. Parrot's land.
It is said that the crop in Yamhill
. i .. ...in i. r. rt .
county ' iiuceji or twenty per
cent, larger than last year. Snrinir
they will not "We hope the Council
will act on the matter."
"Wanted Immediately Men! The
Star thinks the great want of the age is
Men that neither brag nor run. Men
that neither flinch nor llag ; men who
havo courage without shouting it.
Men who. know their places and fill
Men who mind their own business.
Men who will not lie.
Men who are not too lazy to work, nor
too proud to be poor.
Men who are willing to cat what they
have earned, aud wear what they have
A gentleman, recently married In
Chicago, presented his bride at tho wed
ding witli the original transcript of one
of tue first dispatches ever tent over the
first telegraph line, from Baltimore to
Washington. It was the announcement
to tho lady's grandmother of her birth,
and read, "Only a girl."
Daniel Webster once said: "I well re
member a marked difference between
those of my schoolmates who had, and
those who had not, access to newspa
pers. Other things being equal, the first
were always superior to the latter in de
bate, composition and general intelli
gence." For the very best photographs, go to Bradley
A Rulofson's Gallery without STAIRS
OtT.VSCENl) IX THE ELEVATOR, 13 Mont
gomery St., San Francisco.
GROVER & BAKER
FOR OPERATING BY HAND
AS WELL AS BY TREADLE.
THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS
OPERATED EITHER BY
HAND OR FOOT, AND
DURABLE AND EFFICIENT
THAN ANY OTHER.
W. T. SHANAHAN, AGENT,
SEVENTY-ONE FIRST ST.,
SEWING MACHINES SOLD
ON INSTALLMENTS OF
LadlrV and rnlMrtni'
In Every County on
. I. Del-HAAS,
Oregon Branra nouse.
Arrangements have lAeen made to secure the
I Services of a
COMPETENT CORPS OF WRITERS
I upon any and all snhjects of Public Interest.
Tho Snr NoirritWEST Is not a Woman's
Rights, hut a Human Eights organ, devoted
to whatever policy may bo necessary to secure
the crcutefct koou to the zreatet number. It
kuuH iiu tiiv uiiiiirt,iiif ii'iiKiu.i. in, rirhj
no color, no creed. Its foundation is fastened
uxn the rock of Eternal Liberty. Universal
emancipation ami unirainmoini rmsre-i-ion
OUR PREMIUM LIST.
TUKT llETimNIH) FROM SAN FrtAN-
O cieo with n large and Splendid Stoclcof
SILKS, WORSTED GOODS, GRENADINES,
Japanese Silks, Poplins, Alpacas, Lawns,
A iJrse and Beautiful Assortment ot
MILLINERY GOODS, RIBBONS,
Fine Laces, Etc.,
Of every variety and description.
Straw Goods, Pnra.Mls and Kid Glove
Of the lest quality.
J I WKI.lt Y. 1WNTY cioons, ETV
On hand nnd made to order.
CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' CLOTHES
Of all description.
UXK WEED REMEDY.
THE LINK WEED REMEDY,
Oregon Rheumatic Cure.
frilllS REMEDY IS COMPOSED Or THE
L Active prtnelple of the Unk Weed.Enc
in uracuiu aounuantly and per
fectly In Washington county. 1
HURGREN & SHINDLER,
It contains an Actlvfiand Volatile Prtnirj
extracted by Lllier. and & bitter Ton in Trn!
MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USES:
It is tho most sure, and speedy euro for
Rheumatism. Rheumatic Clout and Rheumatic
Pains of all kinds that was ever Introduced Into
the Materia Mcdlca. Tho CNK AVEED REM
EDY, as prepared by ui. In consoauenee of the
existing bitter principle, posscsse? the neces
sary vlrtuo of being n
Promollnc the Appetlto and Invigorating the
whole Digestive. Appuralus, thus building up
and KtrensthenlnR the system, wlillo at the
same time tho volatile principle, lwlng ab
sorbed In the blood, acts specifleallv on tho
Rheumatic Poison, removing It from the circu
lation nnd system.
There are lew remedies known to the MedienI
Profession which will remove tho Rheumatic
Poison from the blood, but whoe action Is so
powerful In depressing the system of the al
ready enfeebled Rheumatic patient, that their
use has to be abandoned before specific effi-ets
are obtainable, and hence the want f Mieeeiw
la treating this prevalent and consequently
heretofore Incurable discai-e. Unlike these
medicines, already known, the UNK WEEK
REMEDY.nlthough producing as active and as
powerful effects on the blood and system in re
moving the Rheumatic Poison, also pos-essesa
strong Tonic and Iectlieralln Element which
admits of its continued ue een by the mo-t
delicate and debilitated. Thus we have the
combination for the Urst time of thee io
necessary elements in one remcdv, which no-counlsrorltssupcriornndnever-rulfiiiEeumlivo
effects in Rheumatism, Rheuuiatie (.'(Hit and
Rheumatic Pains of nil kinds.
X. R. The I'.NK WEED REMEDY l partle
nlarly APPMCAI1LE TO LADIES, In rtllM
mience of Its Tonic Qualities.
DIRECT ISIPOUTrUS AND 5IAUFAC
lurers of every variety ot
Oak, WInnt, RomwooJ, Cfcntnut, Ete.
MOULDINGS, MIRRORS, BLACK WALNUT LUMBER,
Villa, llnlr, Movs, Excelsior Clue,
Etc, Etc., Etc.
THE LVROEST STOCK!
TIIE BEST GOODS!
TIIE EOWEST PRICia.1
Ann Rooms Xos. 107. SK. 178 and 17?. To-
Salmon and First Stc, Portland, Oregon.
AVe are aware or the fhet that it is Konornlly
an easy matter to procure certificates atleMliur
tho clllcBcy of (latent remedies from a certain
class of those who use them. We have selected
tho following leruuse the names attaelted to
them are tltose of men of the jnot careful ami
scrupulous character, and lecauf the lance
class of Ihelr acquaintance In Oregon will not,
for a moment, accn-e or stupeet them of any
exacgcratlon In the -tatemnLs they may
Certificate from the Deputy Jailor of Mult
nomah (V'NUIj Jail:
Clt Jail. Portland, Ore5n,
June 7. 171. I
Dr. A. M. Ixn-ea A Co.: I whs attacked with
h severe care of rheumatism. It was in my
thlshs. hii:, tlnxers, shamlder blwle Indeed in
all the joints of my liody I sulferetl neat )win
nnd uncui'-li. l was HiieiMiisi uy a n-uiar pny-
PORTLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
ItOOMS-Cortier First nil. I Stark SU.,
over IjuW & Tilton's link.
roBlalus Oter Thrtr Thousand riinlre BaoLs
Over 100 Papers and Magazines.
MEMBERSHIP FREE TO ALL.
Monthly ItiK-s St n Piiyillolunrterly
Diiikctors Wni. S. Itdd. P. C Seluiiler. Jr..
M. P. IMHMlr. L. H. Wakefield. W. II. ltrekelt.
A. u. uinic. u. n. inns, 31. w. feenneriHer, u.
l-Rltlnr, I. ilium.
siclnn, but with noefleci. J whs imlueel to try
(vourVlik Weed Remedy, and It Immediately
J. R. WITHERELL,
Xo. SO Front Street, Portland,
ITU.U FIND EMPLOYMENT FOR
nnnlvlng for sllnatlons in anv
i wood-chopper down to a Fat Of-
Call nnd Exniiilne the Stock.
Goods Sold to Suit the Times.
K Flrttreet, Portland.
on-CONSTANTLY' Receiving New Supplies
py every steamer. "
As an inducement tor our friends to make
exertions to secure lame clubs for tho New
Northwest, we offer the following list of val
rortwentv sulenliers. at Ci) each, accom-
tianlml bv the enh. we will give thu HOME
HHUTTLE SEWINU MACHINE, wllhout ta
ble, licautinilly ornamenieil. i-nee. sen.
rcmpnnlfd bv the cash, we will give a HOME cured me up. I consider it, from my expe-
Mitiiijf. r.r.i.s,, jii.r., nun tiii-(w rtfiice. Hie tnri remeoy lorrneumaiism Known.
Walnut table, uronzeu and nicely unisucu. ALFRED F. TURNKlt, Deputy Jailor.
PriiHV S t. Tlit 1 tf, ,v.rtltV flint tli iiIm.v .tM U, i, f.i 1 1 1.
For rorty subscriliers, nt JS 00 each, aeeom- correct to nil own knowledge.
iianledbythi-ca-h.wewlllgiveallOMESIlUT- ' JOHN P. WARD, Jailor.
TLB 8KVINfJ MACHINE, llnlxlietl In extra'
Alta CHlifurnia Rook and Job PrintlngOmee,')
"ei Caliionila street,
fan Kraneiseo, June 1, 1571. )
Dr. A. M. LoryeH .t Co.: For several years I
have liecn subject to rheumatism In my right
arm ami shoulder, rendering me unable" to
work. On a recurrence of the attack Mime
time since, I was Induced to try your "Unk
Weed Remedv," and the result was n perfect
cure In a few days. I took only two-thirds of
the contents of one bottle. My firm belief Is
that the "Unk" Is a certain cure for rheuma
tism in all its form, and I would heartily rec
ommend all atlllfted with Hint dreadful dis
ease to tr your "Remedy" and le cured.
JNO. R. Mt'LANlL
Certificate or A. R. Shipley, Esq., special con
tributor to the "Willamette Fanner," and Sec
retary of the Oregon Horticultural Society:
Oswego, Oregon, March 2, I'd.
Dr. A. M. Lory": Some tour weeks ago I was
entirely prostrated Willi rheumatism; in fact I
was almost helpless. I sent to you for one 10
ounce Ixittle of the "Unk Weed Remedy," by
the use of which I experienced almost imme
diate relief, anil by the time the bottle was
gone the rheumatism was gone. From my
I own experience, and lrorn what I liavp hoard
others sny who have used tho Unk Weed, I
' H.ill.i.n I, f.t lut a Mirinhl mim ruprhaiimAllEm
T- II. WAKEFIELD-
P. i SCHUYLKl!..Iit.
M. V. FECHHEIMEi:
HENRY A. OXER.
..Librarian ami lite. Sec
style, with Rlack Walnut table ami cover.
The above Sewing Machines, which arc war
ranted first-class In every particular, can l j
seen at the olllce ot (,eo. W.Traver, IK Front '
street, Portland. I
For llfty sulwcrtliers, at s.1 (l each, accom-1
ranlrtl by the rash. we will gie a MASON &
I AM LIN PORTARLE OROAN, fcur octave,!
single reed, with black walnut eae, automatic '
lieiiows swell, two mow jieuais, impmveu cen
ter pressure reisl valves, etc. Price, .
For Mvent v-ll e suliMrrlbers. at s3 (M each, ac-'
companicd by the cash, a double reed MASON
A HAMLIN OROAN ; resembles tho tirst ex-j
cent that it has alw a kne.- rtop. lrlee, JTS. i
For seventy-live suberilH'r, at $3 () each, 1
accompanied by the cah and twenty-flve I
dollars nddlltonal, we will give a MASON A '
HASIIJN OIHIATs, of ytVK OCTAVRI, ONK
sroi-. Et.p-.viiir.sTiS(i m:i:n alves, im-
pitovnn nixuiws, tkemclant and knee-
SWKI.l. Price, SUM.
For one hundred subserilicrs. at ro each.
and twenty dollars nddltiounj, we will give a
JI.VU llA.MI.l UllUA, FIVE OCT.WKf,
KtVE.tTors,TwoHETSoi.- liiiiKATOiM Tiinormi
oirr, iMritoVEn on.nr,TEn elf-.iuustix
REED VALVES, IMIMIOVKU llELIW!.,TltE5tCI;.NT
AND KNEE WEI LS. IUI, 1A1'jWO.,
FLUTE, TREM UL.VNT. l'rlce, SIJTs
Those wnouesire loworK lormese premiums ,
can send the names and money as fust as re
ceived. e.?ii.7J Certificate from Hon. A. J. Durur. cx-Presl-
creilit, and if enough names are not received , ,,,., f 0rPeon SUtl0 Agricultural Society
during ine year io procure uie premium up- , , aul,orof "Matl-lies ofOregon:"
sireil they can choosealesserpremlum, or they l"u '' , ....
will be entitled to receive twenty-flve jr cent. ; , T i 111 mi
in cash or the amount remitted tor tueiriauor, -v-,-;' ! , , , ,i r : ,
fined to my bel most of the time from January
to July, when I Used the Unk Weed ami it
cured me up. A. J. DUFUE.
Certificate from James Bybce, the celebrated
stock-grower and "King of the Oregon Turf :"
Sauvie's Island, January' IL l'"L
To Dr. A. M. Loryea A Co.: This Istoacknowl
edgo the efficacy of your "Unk Weed Remedy,
or Oregon Rheumatic Cure." I was atUleted
Yours respectfully, A. R. SHII'LEY.
OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST.
a c Tiit Vrw- Vonniw-EST has alreadr proved
a popular success, we are decided that It shall
I also prove aTiuu-Hru.
J. I- Atkinsov, Notary l'ublle.
Atkinson, IVooilward & Co.,
i Late Atkinson A Woodward,)
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
NO. 102 FRONT STREET,
HAVE FOR SALE FARMS AND UNIM
proved I-uds in Oregon und Washington
Also, tJHOICE CITY PROPERTY, for Sale
and to Rent.
We attend to Buying and Selling Real Estate
in City and Country.
S)eeinl attention given to the Renting of
Property and Collection of Rents, looking after
Repairs and Payment of Taxes on Property in
our hands when desired.
Ia-shI papers written and acknowledgments
LOANS NEGOTIATED on Real Etate Se
curity. lartics having Money to Loan are In
vited to give us a call.
ntitr ATKINSON, WOODWARD A CO.
HENDEE'S PHOTOGRAPHIC ROOMS,
S. W. Cor. Morrison nnd First Sts.,
PICTURES taken In all the latest and most
Improved styles, and not Inferior to any on
the coast. Work well done and completed In
side of twenty-four hours.
ne-BAUiEs and CitiLDRimshouldbe brought
In between the hours of 111 aud 2, always dressed
in light clothes. IS
W2VX. BECK nurt SOTS',
Importers aud Dealers in
niT.vs. i:in.i.s ami rkvolvebs
I To enable our friends who may decide to can-1 for mo-utlil4 wltu a very serious attack of in
. vass for our paper to licneflt lotb tbomselves , uammatorj- rheumatism, and tried nearly ul
MnaMn.M lAiimnMi:iii 1 IpIajI naarlv fill
andusbylncreaslngourhubscrlptipnlJsts wc f , soaiicd rheumatic remedies without
propose iu biu me loiiunins 1 ay relief pereeivnoic. i men tneu
The following per-ons are duly authorized to
act as Agents for the New Noirrn wimt :
Mrs J. H. Foster Albany
linen a Vltn
A. A. Manning
Miss Virginia Olds.
Hiram smith .
J. II. D. Henderson """" "
W. W. lieach "
Rev. Win. Jolly
Hon.T. W. Davenport .
.Mnry j. Jiagcrs..
A. W. Stanard llr,wnsvlllc
R. II. ClBttghton Il.am,n
iv. . v. iic-u saletti
Mrs. O. T. Daniels -Iem
Mrs. Nellie Curl. Knirm
P. C Sulllvnn Dallm,
Jirs. M. t. unoK lAiayette
Mrs. M. CCllne Knfama
Mrs. R. .V. Vawters Waltsburg
Mrs. Ii. R. Bishop. I'endieton
Rev. J. F. Damon- Seattle
Pay special attention to obtaining Farm
Help, House Servants, Railroad Hands, etc.
Irtles sending orders from a dltnneemust
be explicit In their orders, stating Just what (
iney wum, iihi. J t n., i"wijim-
tilo.1 In. nnp nfrliw, frvAR. C' id. wblrh iiiav ile-
ducted from employee's wages), staling wheth
er they will or will not ie responsime lor trav
eling expenses of hired help.
4111 u. iv. iiiiriibrji.iM
HOW TO SAVE MONEY!
itev. l. Ilairlev..
Mrs. Jane .M.Wilson
P. D. Sloore
Mrs. E. J. George
Mrs. M.J. Ensign
O. R. Blood
Mrs. M. Jeffries
H. I L Welch
Dr. J. Watts
A. N. Arnold
. W. Uawson
M. 1'. Owen-
Mrs. n A. Cobum
Mrs. J. DeVorc Johnson .
Miss Sallle Applcgate
Miss B. A. Owens
J. T. Scott, Esq
Mrs. A. Ii. Corwin...
Y nshlngtnn countv
- rorest Grove
erons are a little short, and tho
promisinK as in rwist
is not qnue as
The Lafayette Courier says: Jos lien
derson of this place owns a number of
salt wells in Polk county, about four
Mrs. I-iur.i DeForce Gordon
Miss Nellie Mossman
I. T. Maulsby-.
O. W. Brock
O. W. lkirnes
J. N. tJaIc,
UnIou Ridge. W. T
Mrs. E. Oakshott . Traveling Agent
Other parties desiring to act as Agents will
miles from Amity, which, if they were please rorwani their names. Wc want Agents
proporly worked, would yield pood re-' at every postofiico throughout Oregon and
turn". 1 asinngton Territorv.
TiRACTICE ECONOJIY IN ALL YOUR
X dally expenditures. Examine the
345. HOME S45.
SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE
Before Buying. Then decide which Is BEST.
Its SIMPLICITY and DURABILITY give it the
The ONLY LOW PRICED MACHINE using
the COMIHNATION PATENT. Large supply
iiiM mvnni. s.i.ir. ll. TKAIl.ll,
nI2 Phllatlrlplii.1 Shoe Store, 112 Front .St.
MKS. M. J. KXSICX, I
Fashionable Dress and Cloak-Maker, '
Tlilnl SI ret. Xenr Wnslilngtun,
(Next door to N'nw N'oimiWRsrOrrieei,
HAS A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF l'AT
temsfor ladles' and Children's Clothing
Dressmakers can get full assortment of pat
terns, consisting of fincen (full size), tor 5 no,
which will lie sent to any lartoftheStateon
receiptor price. Letterof fashion, how to trim
and make, will be sent with each package.
Price or single patterns: Indies suits. 1 TO;
polonaise, TSctittovciTklrt.Wctfc; wnlst-i, els.;
children's sults.TScb.; oversklrt.Scts.; vmW,
Cutting and fitting done on short notice.
Please state age in sending for children
pattern. , , ,
ti.,. i .... i.nm .riii lu. nindn for llOIHO
use, and will be found much suierior to East
Ill nr.l.ia ... n 1 otfntl.lll In
Give me a call. 2nS MRS. M. J. ENSIGN.
Cor. Second nml AVnsliington Sts.
HAVING RECENTLY PURCILVSED THIS
Market, I am now prepared to sell on reas-
onaoie iemi me nesi .Meat tne rounirj iu
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
FISHINO TACKLE. FANCY GOODS. BEADS,
IUsketc, Rir.n Caocs, Cctlcry,
Croquet (lames, Carts and Wagons
BABY CARRIAGES, ETC.,
129 FRONT STREET, TORTIVN'D, OREGON
1 fiENTS for Wheeli-r Wilson's Sowing Mn
A .)ilnw VuvIIm ThrraJ. Silk. Oil. Etc
Also Agents for the fallfonila Powder Works'
lllastlng and Sporting rowucr. v.nuii
THE SELECT SCHOOL
Under the direction of
3Xi'. II. C. 15 i-o avu
,imi m." iv-j-iiEN'ED FORTHE RECEP-
V Hon of pupils on Monday May KKh. 172.
Iycntlon-Cor. Second nnd Halls, Portland.
All branches comprising in""-"! cuiii-niiov
will lie tniishl. ... , .
Iiessonsoii the piano will also 1? given.
Any subscril?rwhol In arrears fortlieNEW
N'OKTiiwr-ST.who will send us his or her own
subscription fee, nnd one new subscriber, ac
companied by the rash OOwe will give :
A pair l-anan jinruie .ises;
Or a Bohemian Glass Vnse;
Or n Bohemian Glass Card Receiver;
Or 14 dozen Ivory Napkin Rings;
Or H dozen Plated Tea Spoons;
Or 1 pair Alexandre's Kid Gloves;
Ora Lady's Fan, spangled, leathered edge;
Or a Hint t age;
Or an Album for holding W pictures;
Or an Album (extra) forholdlngO) pictures;
Or a Fancy letter Case;
Or a box Toilet Articles, Including soap,
chalk, perfumery, etc.;
Urn uniannia lea l oi;
Ora Kerosene Lamp;
Or ' dozen Glass Goblets;
Or Jt dozen GlassTumblers;
Ora large Glass Fruit Dish;
Ora Work Basket;
Or n Fine Embroldereil Handkrrelilf;
Or dozen Linen Handkerchiefs;
Or n Wofden Table Cover;
Or Ji dozen Table Napkins;
Or K dozen Towels;
Or an elegant Portmonla.
snv .nuu-riirwlio Is In arrears loravear's
subscription, and who will send his or her own
subscription fee, and two new sulwcriber, ac
companied by the cash-making s tfh-vee will
send: . . . . , . ...
Asetot lingers- lauie rorks, inpie inaiiti,uii
wnne meiai, n .. . relict from tne ue or only one iKittle.n
Orasetor uogers-iai.ie.--i-i.-,irn,i.-iwni,i r,W)mniend lttothoe in nee.1 of such
Remedy, and Its up reullellnthemost happy
etlects a perfect cure. Truly yours,
Certificate fr8m the well-known merchant.
O. W. Weaver, lsq.:
Tlie Dalles. Mav 58. Is71.
Dr. A. M. Loryea i Co.: I have used the "Unk
I Weed Remedy," and can cheerfully recom-
i mend It to nersons amicted with Inflammatory
I rheumatism. It eored me of that disease. Mi-
hands, wrists, ankles inueeu, nil my joints
were swollen and very painful.
O. W. WEAVER.
Certificate from Hon. Nat. II. Ijne, Pilot
Commissioner of Oregon, and a member of the
City Council ot East Portland:
East Portland, April IP. 1ST1.
Dr. A. M. Loryea A Co.: I have lwen atllleleil
for several years past with "weakness In the
back," and wandering rheumatic twins ac
companied by severe constipation. By the nee
uf one lsittle of your "Unk Weed Remedy, or
Oregon Rheumatic Cure," I have been entirely
relieved, nnd I cheerfully recommend It as a
most valuable ami effective remedy.
NAT. II. LANK.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
Hats and Gents Furnishing Goods,
Ladles' and Misses'
TRIMMMED AND UNT RIMMED ILVTS AND
j Frame. Braids, Cords, Ornaments, Flowera
Ribbons, Trimmings, ot.
Dress Goods, White Goods, Yankee o-
Certlflente from Hon. Gideon Tlblietts, a
mcmlxTof the City council of East Portland:
East Portland, April 7, 1S71.
Dr. A. M. Loryea & Co. Genu: This is to In
form you that I have usel your "Unk Weed"
for neuralgia and rheumatic pains, nnd found
relict from the ue of only one hottIe,nnd enn
Ora set of Rogers' Tea Spoons, triple plated, j
I- Qulniby, ex-
urwi! ii iiw-'" ,.
Or a handsome Bird ( age.
AGENT OF TIIE ELLENDALK WOOLEN
1 Full Stock of Blanket, Yame, Bea
ver, Tweeds and Clisrimere
I..VTKST .STYLHS UY EVKKY STEAM EH.
THE NEW WILSON
STRAIGHT NEEDLE, UNDERFEED
Any person In arrears Tor subscription to The
New Noimtwr-ST, who will send his or her
subscription fee and three new subscribers, ne-
COmlKlUlCU UJ llir iumi . w, nm
A handsome .iiarsanies nuuii
nr a handsome Woolen lulll.red aud white.
or blue and white;
Or two pairs of Nott insnam l.ce i:unnins;
r three pairs mhiiuh- 3 v wmir, hiij-
r.KlW THE IX)CK STITCH
Runs easv. ami will do either light or henvr
Is the only first-cla.s Sewing Machine sold
for less than SO) (m.
Examine anil tndzi for voiirsclvcs. Don't lie
humbuggol Into paying JB (U for a Sewing Mn-
chine, wnen you can get u .ow Wilson tor s-i.
OFFICE AND SALESROOM.
N'o. 73 rirsl Street,
MINER & PEARSON,
Or tliree pal
color or size: ..,.,
Orn Jaiianese iniaiu iiii.
Or IS yards best yd. wide Sheeting.
t.-nr.Xv-in siihM-ribers nt $3 00 euch. amount'
... c-it m in will send :
An extra uasior, irniicii.,ii .mic .ncu.
valued at 59 Ml: . . , , , ,
Or a Lady's writing iesit.ui eiuai
Or a Cabinet, Japanese Inlaid:
Or an Extra Japanese Inlaid ork Box.
tiii nrtiplcs are all valuable, and arewar-
nntni in lie lust as we represent them. Per
sons living in this city or who can visit us can
receive tnese aniciesirom "r ui nuuus m .,u
hour's notice; or if not convenient to visit us,
we will send the articles by express to any nd-drcss.
Noonier or this kind will receive attention
unless the cash iireompaules It.
Send money In lVistoftlce orders at the cus
toinarj' rates of currency, or send draft If pre.
All orders promptly attended to.
We sincerely hone that this unnarallelnl
offer, which Is a new feature In the newspaper
business In Oregon, will meet with a heart v re
sponse from the many friends of our paper.
wno up to iuis lime iiavcsceincu io tan io real
ize that The New Northwest cannot bo run
without money. Now Is the time to make up
clubs. Begin before somo other person gets
the start of you. See whatyou can do for your
self, the Public and Tur. New North wcst.
County Commissioner of Multnomah county,
East Portland, April 1, 1S71.
Dr. A. M. Lorvcn A Co.: I have used the "link
Weed Remedy," and am satisfied it is a valua
ble metueine. it regulates anu invigorates me
Certificate from the celebrated musician.
Prof. Olio Vlenxtemps
Oregon Mnsleal Institute,
Portland. Ma V 1" IS:
Dr. A. M Lorvcn it Co.: I was attacked with
severe Inflammatory rheumatism, sullering
crcnt twin, and was so nrostrated that I was
nnntiln to tend tomvlinslnesH. I used one liot-
tln of vour "Unk Weed Remedv. or Oregon
ltheuiiiatlc Cure," and was entirely cured by
itnione. ur.ru viKii.vi js-mi-s.
Tills Is my experience with the Item
Truly yours, E. L. QUIMBV.
r 12, 1871. f
PUT UP IX TEX-OUSTCE BOTTLES,
One Dollar nnd Fifty Cents vcr Bottle.
PREPARED AT THE
OREGON MEDICAL LABORATORY,
JLJ.K. JLUltXEA & CO.
U.VST PORTLiVND, OREGON.
B MAJCUFAOTTIRB AN"
A o. i AiiTicr.r. or
-Fon Sat.k nv all Dp.rcr.isT.
And all kindsof lMstryu
Class Baker J
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