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...NOVEMBER 22, I87i
Pacific University has lSO"stulleuts!
A reform school to bo established in
Albany has a city election one week
from next Monday.
John Burnett lias been appointed City
Attorney for Corvallis.
The mills at MeMinviIIe arc shipping
large quantities of flour by rail to this
About -jfifly, buildings have,, 5been
creeled In Baker City during the past
At Baker City on the 13th inst., the
snow was six inches deep, and on the
mountains a foot more.
It is reported that jroFadden, lately
sentenced to the Penitentiary from Linn
county, is likely to die.
Coos Bay ooal mines sent 20,103 tons
of coal to San Francisco during the first
ten months of this year.
The fire ooinrny of Corvallis is to be
presented with a beautiful banner, made
by the ladles of that town.
John R. Bcos has been appointed
Commissioner of Deeds for this State, to
reside atT3t Louis, Missouri.
A little girl was poisoned the other
day at La Grande by eating wheat that
contained sulphate of copper.
The Republicans of Salem will hold a
convention at Salem to-morrow for the
purpose of nominating a city ticket.
The Corvallis Aazctlc is making ar
rangements for the publication of the
"Benton County Almanac for 1873."
The Regular says the roads are get
ting very heavy around Albany, but
that wheat still continues to come in.
The Grand Jury of Jackson county
recommend the people to build a new
jail, court house and Sheriff and Clerk's
The line of hacks heretofore running
between Jacksonville and Linksville
has been discontinued, owing to bad
Wells, Fargo & Co. have closed their
office in Lafayette and opened an office
in St. Joe, appointing Judge "Watts their
C ircuit Court for Polk county, Judge
Bonham presiding, is in session this
week. A pretty full docket is to be dis
The resignation of General Palmer,
Indian Agent at Siletz, has been re
ceived by Superintendent Odeueal and
forwarded to Washington.
The mail stage from the south by way
of McMInuville connects at St Joe with
the train each day, the mails being de
livered at Lafayette by a special carrier.
The Salem paper says: "The excel
lence of our public schools is attracting
attention in many quarters, and con
tributes largely to the growth of our
Two hundred and fifty men are wanted
to subsciibc $100 each to the stock of the
.State University, and the committee
are going to work immediately to find
Read the advertisement of C. S.S Iver
In another column. The attention of
farmers especially is called to his large
stock of dry goods, groceries, furnishing
"Willamette Hose Company No. 1
have a benefit this (Friday) evening,
when "The Detective" will be produced.
The company will appear in full uniform
at the fire scene.
The preliminary steps have been
taken for a tri-weokly mail from Rose
burg to Coos Hay. This is much needed
for the convenience of a large and grow
The Eugene Journal says it Is cur
rently reported that the Oregon Contral
Military Road Company have "sold
their laud grant for $4S4,O0O. The name
of the purchaser is not given.
An agoncy of the popular Grover &
Baker Sewing Machines can be found
at 71 First street, W. T. Shanahan
agent These machines will be sold on
installments of ten dollars per month.
The number of scholars In "Bill Wat
kin's Sunday school" is increasing rap
idly, some ten or a dozen applicants
having been considered eligible and
placed upon the rolls within the last
Rev. A. E. Fridrichson, pastor of the
Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran
church of East Portland, will hold re
ligious services in the Norwegian lan
guage at the church on Sabbath morn
ing npxt at 11 o'clock.
The advertisement of W. K. Badger's
music store appears in this issue. He
keeps on hand a large assortment of the
celebrated Hallet, Davis & Co. pianos
and the George Woods & Co. organs;
and all the late music can be found at
Mr. Johir Turney, who lately came
over tho mountains from Tillamook,
informs the Yamhill county Reporter
that the snow was about two feet deep.
lie estimates that It must now be about
five feet deep upon the mountains from
the rate it was snowing.
Oro Fino Theater during the past
"wee nasueen loierauiy well patronized.
"East Lynnc," which was put upon the
boards for Mrs. Waldron's benefit, was
a decided success. Mrs. Waldron's ren
dition of "Isabel" was very ttnebring
ing tears to the eyes of nearly every one
The committee appointed to examine
sites for the State University have been
tendered the free donation of ten acres
of land by Hon. J. II. D. Henderson,
being a tract situated on the extension
of Eleventh street, cast of the "corpora
tion limits of Eugene, and will recom
mend to the stock-holders that that
place be "elected.
Work on the Albany and Santiam
Ditch is still progressing with vigor, and
will be pushed forward until it is com
pleted unless the heavy ralus should
cause the Santiam to overflow its banks.
There is now 800 feet of ditch finished,
and 1,250 feet dug to the depth of eight
.feet The cutting averages .twelve feet
in depth, twenty feet wide at the bot
tom and sloped -one by one.
For the very best photographs, go to Bradley
A Rulofsou's Gallery without STAIRS
US-ASCEND IN THE ELEVATOR., 3 Mont
gomcry SL, San Francisco.
THERE IS REASON IN ALL THINGS,
AND THE MOST REASONABLE THING
Just now 1 that every family may own n
ITRST CLASS SEWING MACHINE
By I'aylnjr Only 810 Ver Month.
Why pay all cash down when you can ohtalu
a Machine wlilchwlll earn the monthly in
stallment, actually paying for Itself and at the
amc time earn a support for the operators or
That the prices are Just the fame, whether you
buy for cash or on the Installment plan.
Thai the Grover & Baker Machines make the
Shuttle Stitch and Elastic Stitch, and purchas
ers can at any time, exchange should they de
sire to try both kind.
That the above excellent terms are offered by
IV. T. .SIIAXAIIAX,
AGENT GROVER Jc BAKER S. M. CO.,
At No. 71 First street, one door south of Ladd &
re Portland, Oregon. nOS
just received, a fine and large
Published by the well known firm of
Schuberth & Co.
HALLET, DAVIS & CO. PIANOS.
r. WOODS A CO. Oltt.AN.N.
All Kinds or Musical Instruments.,
Call and Examine
Badger's Music Store,
SNOW A ROOS' ART GALLERY,
3 First Street, l'urtlniitl. nJ
C. S. SILVER'S,
Jo. 130 1'Iki street,
PJLT STEAMERS, A GENERAL AS
ParT merchandise, comprlslns in
HPml? LOVES Ext ra Quality,
FURS A Larce Assortment.
FU5Sf H FLANNELS-All Colors,
BED COMFORTS, ETC., ETC.
Also, a Good Assortment of
JtOOT.N AND SHOES, HATS AND CAl'S.
MEN AND BOT'3 CLOTHING AND UHDERWFAR.
All of which will be sold cheap forcash. Plea:
jm uuu dummi- uriorepiirciiasingei.scwherc.
QNLY DIRECT IMPORTER IN THE STATE
Fancy Goods, Toys,
ENGLISH AXD FRENCH CHINA,
Tabic Cutlery nnd (IlaHimro,
Of All Description.
SHOW ROOM FOR
KOGF.US PLATKD WAKE,
S'ucKsI3rl's wh,ch w onVrat ""-OUTERS'
STOREKEEPERS from the City nnd Com.
try will do well by calling on us IcrSre coin
to Sau Foanclsco, as we offer out goods at a
Much Lower IEjiIc Than K. F. Vrlrm.
ACKERMAN'S DOLLAR STORE,
09 Flrt Street.
31. 3r. SOrTHWOHTH,
HAS REMOVED FROM FRONT STREET
Corner or E nnd Third Streets,
Where he may be found keeping a good supply
or the best
FINE TOBACCO, CIGARS, PIPES.
PATENT MEDICINES AND YANKEE NOTIONS,
Where he will be pleased to meet his old cus
tomers, nnd holds himself in readiness to watt
upon many new ones, and hopes by punctual
ity nnd dealing In Just Weights and Measures
to receive a lltieral share orpalrnaC.
- M. M. SfH TIIWORTH.
AVE DEFY COMPETITION!
THE WILS01T AGAIN VICTORIOUS!
FOURTEEN FIRST PREMIUMS
Oino STATE FAIR AT MANSFIELD 1
The Vanquished Competitors, disheartened
and dlscournced. admit, the uineriorttvni tho
Wilson Machine by running away from hon-
Last year the Wilton Marhlnn took alt the
premiums at the treat Northern Ohio Fair, ev-
ojw iiik jikuidc in ime in ino tinned states
being on exhibition. This year No Premiums
are offered In consequence of the general re
quest of the managers or tho different Sowing
EXCEPT THE WILSON.
Tbe Wilson It Atwiri Ef sir far HoMtl CsBpetl
lion, and is Atwsji Tlrtorhml
STEREOTYPED LYING IS PLAYED MTI
Sewing Machine Agents nnd their respective
Machines have now taken the back-seat, while
the Wilson has cone ahead of everything In
the market. People, do not buy a Sewing Ma
rhino without thoroughly testing It yourself.
The Wilson Machine Is the best in the world,
and we defy tho world to produce its equal. It
Is sold at a price
FIFTEEN DOLLARS LESS
Than Its old and vanquished rivals.
Cull and examine for yourself at
Xo. 73 First Street,
I OUT LAND, OREGON.
MINER A PEARSON,
eZ-AU kinds of Sewing Machine Needles on
handndus scntlo any part or tho Coast by mall
or express for 75 cts. per dozen. Send In your
21 US. HARRY GODLEY
OFFERS FOR SALE HER SUPERB STOCK
of Millinery and Fancy Goods
AT A BARGAIN.
. Tlie business Is one of the best paying of the
mm in uio uue.ami win bo sold solely on ac
count or tho falling health of the proprietor.
I or Particulars address
MRS. HARRY GODLEY,
rena, Albany, Oregon.
SAX FICAXCISCO DRY GOODS STORE.
TUST REPF.TVFri Tltl' T. iTrcr cn'ruo
J of Dry Goods, consisting or
In Every Shade.
BLACK AND COLORED ALPACAS.
FLANNELS, LINSEYS, CASSIMERES,
TICKINGS AND BED SPREADS,
Or All Descriptions.
BEAVER CLOTH A INDIES' CLOTHS.
Also a full assortment of Woolen Hosiery ror
ladles, children nnd r-pntn-nml U'nnii. ir?4.
Scarf, Gloves in fact, almost any article ner
tAlnlnirlnn 11m r.w.l.. t?.n .
All the nbove nnmnl nnrwla vrtll lm cnl.l
cheaper than In any other store In the clt v.
Cor. First and Yamhill stx , Portland, Ogn.
MRS. M. J. ENSIGN,
FasMonable Dress and Cloak-Maker,
Third Street, Xenr Wiulilnjcton,
(Next door to New Noirnt west Office),
IT AS A LARGE ASSORTMEXT np 1T.
II terns for Ladies' and Children's Clothing
Dressmakers can net nill ntcnrtmAnt r n
terns, consisting of tineen (full size), tor $3 CO,
which will be sent to any part or the Slate on
cv iii ui pricr. jA iieroi iasuinn, now to trim
nnd make, will be sent with each package.
IVIces of slmrle nattems: I-uHes cmt i m
pplonal se, . j cts. : o verskl rt, Si) ct s. ; waist 25, cts. :
children's su1In,T5cs.; overskirt, 23 cts.: waist.
" cts.; boys' suits. 73 cts.
Cutting and nttingdone on short notice.
Please Mate, age in sending for children's
The above patterns will bo made for home
use, and will be found much superior to East-
rr t.1 ! (
All orders promptly attended to.
Give me a call. 2nS MRS. M. J. ENSIGN.
MRS. J. KINQSBURY,
JL'KT 1'ROX KITROPR,
TT.VS OPENED A NEW AND ELEGANT
. assortment of
In Wlegand's New Building,
CORNER THIRD AND ALDER STREETS.
The ladles are respectfully Invited to coll.
J. H. FISK,
ASSAYER AND METALLURGIST,
3 Stark street, bet. First nnd Second,
pORRKCTNKSS OUARANTItm .1
ores and pay the &&g'm
MRS. S. J. RCJt.SEY,
PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE PAINTER
CVN BE FOUNT) IN HER STUDIO, on th
third floor of Corbett's New Building, rrom
10 a.x. til Hp. si. or each day .'rom
BiTLESSOSS GIVEN -IN LANDSCArE PAIST-
A. C. WALLINC.
JOB miXTIAG t BOOK BLXDLVG ESTAIUSHMCVr,
Corner of Front and Alder streets,
B-Work Done at the Lowest Living Rates.
Cor. Second nnd Washington SU.
HAVING RECENTLY PURCHASED THI8
Market. I am now tiren.rtvl tn sell on rena.
onable terms the let Mt ih mnntrr nr.
if mis. ,i
Bn FranoUco, r!
101 First Street.
Steinway & 8ona'
Xraalrb, B(h & Son's,
- r rx cr
U dies' aad ChlUrcns"
In Every County on
G. L. Del'KANS,
Oregon Branrh Ilonsr.
JUST RETURNED FROM SAN FRAX
eitco with a large and Splendid stock or
SILKS, WORSTED GOODS, GRENADINES,
Japanese Silks, Poplins, Alpacas, Lawns,
A Large nnd Renutlful Assortment ot
MILLINERY QDQDS, RIBBONS,
Pine Laces, Etc.,
Of every variety nnd description.
Straw Goods, Parasols and Kid Gloves
Ot tho best quality.
JCWr.LRT, FANCY GOODS, ETC.
On hand and made to order.
CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' CLOTHES
Of all descriptions.
('All nml Examine tho Stock.
OooiU 'Sold to Suit the Time.
07 First street, Portland.
V CONSTANTLY IIW-.lrIn.r Rnnnll
by eTcry Steamer. nts
LADD & TILTON,
S a. 3ST 33 DEt & ,
DEPOSITS RECEIVED .VND ACCOUNTS
kCDt SUlllCCt to cherk nn .lmfl
INTEREST allowed on TIME DEP03IT8or
TRUST FUNDS. In sums of ONE DOLLAR
ami UfWARDS rmm date ofdeposlu
MONEY LOANED on nnnmvnl seenritv.
Bonds. Stocks nnd other vnluables received
on deDOsIt for safe keening.
Collections made and proceeds promptly re
mitted. Investments In Real Estate and other prop-
cnx luauo lur panics.
Sight and Telegrahlc Exchange on San Fran,
dsco and the Atlantic Suites for sale.
Uovernmcnt Securities bought nnd sold.
Agent for tho transaction or all kinds of Fl.
nanclal and Trust Dullness. n 1
WM. BECK mi tl SON
Importers and Dealurs In
GUNS, RIFLES AND REVOLVERS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
FISHIBQ TACKLE, FANCY GOODS, BEADS,
Darxets, Binn Cages, Cto.kijv,
iroquei Games, Carts and Wagons,
BABY CARRIAGES, ETC.,
13 FRONT STREET, PORTLAND, OREGON
AhhVj? rSu,cc!ST 'vV,10n, Sewing Ma
Anc7AfeT.,'rfitL.'5. Oil. EtS .
Oregon 8team Navigation Co's Notice.
KPorlla'nd HVilF3 LEA VIS
Tor Tlie Dallni :
Dally (Sundaj s excepted) at 5 o'clock ,. at.
Monday, A euncsuny and rriday at 5 o'clock
Dally tit o'clock A. it.
nJT J. C. AINSWORTII, Presldont.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE!
Unparalleled Inducements to Clubs
THE: n,eW NOETHWEST,
3 JOW JourunlfAir tlir. l-cople.-i.
DEV0TE0 .T0 THE , INTETESTS OF HUMANITY.
Arrangements have been made to secure the
Services of a
COMPETENT CORPS OF WRITERS
upon any and all subjects or Public Interest.
Tho New Northwest Is not a Woman's
Rights, but a Human ltlzhla onran. devoted
to whatever policy may be necessary to secure
ths greatest good to the greatest number. It
.tin,, n uu mu, uj iiuiiueH,llii rr I ik iuii, t j
nocolor.no creed. Its foundation Is fastened
upon the rock of Eternal Liberty. Universal
emancipation nnd Untrnmmcleu Progression.
OUR PREMIUM LIST.
As an Inducement tor our Wends to mnfcc
exertions to secum lanro clubs tor tho New
Northwest, we offer the fallowing list or val
uable premiums :
For twenty subscribers, at $3 fOeach.aeeom-
panieu uy ine rasn, we will give uie iiu.tir.
MiiL iii.f; Nhwi.Mi ji.t Mir., wiiiioui ta.
ble. beautlfullr ornamented. I'rice. .T0.
ror tuirty-llvo subscribers, nl SHU eacii.ac-
companleil by the cash, we will give a HOME
M11U11L.K NtiWirU MACIIIKK, With UlaclC
alnut table, brouzinl and nicely finished.
panletlbvthecash, we will given IIOMESIIUT
TLE SEWING MACHINE, finished in extra
style, with Black Walnut tablo mid cover.
The above Scwlns Machines, which arc war
ranted flrtln-s in every pnrtlcular, can be
seen at tlm otlleo ot Geo. v. Traver, 112 Front
For fifty subscribers, at M CO each, aecom-
ranhil by the cnxh.we will give a MASON A
I AM LIN I"ORTAHLE ORGAN, four octave.
single recti, with blHck walnut case, automatic
liellows swell, two blow pedals. Improved cen
ter pressure ived valves, rtr. I'rice, S.VL
For seventy-live Milj-eribcn.ut Wench. nc-
romianlel by the mi, it double reed MASON
A HAMLIN ORGAN ; n-x-mbles the tllt ex
cept tbnt It has also n knee flop. I'rice, ST5.
hor fccvcniy-nvo suucrlDers, at f3 w each,
accomnanled br tint cash and twentv-nve
dollars additional, we will give n MASON &
HAMLIN ORGAN, or KIVE OCTAVES, ONE
STOl". SEl.K-ADICaTISI KEEI VALVES, IM-
I'ltOVED BELLOWS. TKEMtTLAST AMI USEE-
swell Price, SKU.
t-or one uunuretl suierliers, at S3 m earn,
Riid twenty dollars additional, we will give a
.lllVW. .V il.Jllil. UllliAA, FIVE OCTAVES,
FtVENTOfS.TWOSETS OF llltlltATOm TllKOUOH-
OUT, IKfltOVED ORAI)l-ATED- SEI.F-AIUr.STISO
AND KN EE-SWELLS. VIOIi., DIAIWSON,
FLUTE, TREMULANT. Prlce,S12i
Thoo who Ueslre to work for these nremlnms
can send the names nnd money as fiistns re
ceived. The subscribers will be placed to their
credit, nnd If enough names are not received
during tho year to procuro the premium de
sired they enn chooea l-..erprcmlum,orthey
win ui-uiiiimi io receive iweniy-nve percent.
In cash of tho amount remitted for their labor,
OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST.
As THE New North wrsr hasnlrend r Proved
a popular sunes, wo are decided that it shall
also prove aTntUMrit.
i o cnamo our rrlends who may decide to can
vass for our nnnpr in linorit luith lliemselves
and ns by Increasing our SubH:rlplIoii Lists, we
yn-u iu Kivo me louowtng auumouai rir
ml urns to canvassers :
Any sunscrtber who Is In nrrenrs ror the ew
Northwest, who will n his or her own
subscription fee, nnd one new subscriber, ac
companied by the cash so to we will give :
jv pair i-nnan .Marble Vases;
Or a Ilohemlnn Glass Vae;
Orn Ilohcmlan Glass Cnnl Receiver;
Or J4 dozen Ivory Napkin Rings:
Or dozen Plnteil Tea Spoons;
Or 1 pair Alexandre's Kid Gloves;
Orn Iidy's Fan, spangled, leathered edge;
Or a Illrd Cage;
Or an Album for holding 1M pictures;
Or an Album (extra) for holding 50 pictures;
Or a Fancy ICttcr Case;
Or a box Toilet Articles. Including loan.
chalk, perfumery, etc.;
Orn RrltannlaTca Pot;
Or a Kerosene Lamp;
Or K dozen Glass Goblets;
Or J4 dozen Glass Tumblers;
Orn largo Glass Fruit Dish;
Or a Work llasfcct;
Or a Fine Embroidered Handkerchief
Or 14 dozen Linen Handkerchiefs;
Or a Woolen Table Cover;
Or K dozen Table Napkins;
Or J dozen Towels ;
Or an elezant Iortmonla.
An v subscriber who Is In arrears lor a Year's
subscription, nnd who will send his or her own
subscription ree.andtwo new subscribers, nc-
compauieu uy me ciusn iuKing w wo will
A set ol Rogers' Tabic Forks, triple muted, on
wuite meiai, wnrrnnieu;
Or a set or Rogers'TableSpoons.trlple plated,
on white metal, warranted:
Orn set or Rogers' Tea Spoons, triple plated,
on white metal, warranted:
Or dozen Rogers' it uusseir Tablo Knives,
ocsi quainy, warmmeu ;
Or ii handsome lllrd Cage.
Any person In arrearsror subscription to The
New NoimtWEsT, who will send his or her
subscription reo ana uiree new suiiscrlbers, ac
companied by the cash, making 12 00, wc will
A handsome Marsnllles Onllt:
Or a handsome. Woolen tullt,redand whlto,
or diuo nnu winie;
Or a pair orTable Cloths;
Or two pairs or Nottingham Lire Curtains;
Or three pairs Alexandre's Kid Gloves, any
color or size;
Or a Japanese Inlaid Work Rox;
Or IS yards best yd. wide Sheeting.
For seven subscriliers nt $.'! U0 each, amount
lng to 521 00. we will send :
An extra Castor, trlpleplated, on white metal
valued at $9 00: , , ,
Orn lady's Writing Dcsk.ofcoual value;
Or aCablnet,Japaneso Inlaid:
n..n vrtm JniniiKO Inlaid Work Rox.
Theo articles are nil valuable, and nre war
ranted to be Jut ns we represent them. 1 er-
sons living In this city orwiio can visiius ctu
i i.ii. rmm our own hands at an
hour's notici-; or If not convenient .to yi'llus,
we will send the articles by oxprcss to any nd-
Noordcr or this kind will receive attention
....1 m t. ...n.itlllW it.
8cnd money In INwiolHce orders at the cus-
toinnry rates of currency orsecu uw.
offer, which Is a new feature in eeVPS?
business tn Oregon, will meet with a hearty re
sponse from tho many friends or our paper,
who up to this time have seemed to rail to real-
wllliout money. Now Is the time to makeup
clubs. itcin .r. nine other person gets
the start tif vou. Sec what you can do foryour
cli, the public and The New North wkst.
HURGREN & SHINDLER,
IMPOirrERS AND MANUFAC-
Oak, Walaut, Rostwooil, Cbtstniit, Kir.
MOULDINGS, MIRRORS, BLACK WALNUT LUMBER,
Puln, Hair, Mow, Excelsior Glue,
Etc., Etc, Etc.
T1TE LARGEST STOCK!
THE II F.ST GOODS I
Tin: LOWEST PRICES!
Ware Roovs Nos. 168. 333. lTn nml T rvir
Salmon and First Sis., Portland, Oregon.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
Hats and Gents Furnishing Goods,
Ladles' nud Mi-wc
TRIMMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS AND
Frames, Braids, Cords, Ornaments, Flowers
Ribbons, Trimmings, etc.
Dress Goods, White Goods, Tankco Xo
Ladles' Cloaks, CIoaK Trim
AGENT OF THE ELLENDALE WOOLEN
A Full Stock of Blankets, Yarns, Rea
vers, Tweeds and Cassimeres
LATENT STYLES BY EVERY STJVJIER.
"Rm lxmo Baliery
DETAIN GrJSR .fc CO.
Washington fit., bot. Second and Third,
E MANUFACTURE AS
A NO. 1 ARTICLE OF
And all klndsof Pastry usnally found In aFlrst
jts Goods delivered to any part of thecltv
PORTLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
ROOMS-Corner First nud Ntnrk St.,
ovcrLndd & Tllton's Bank.
Contains Oirr Three Tbotuand ("holre Books
Over 100 Papora and BlagnTinoa.
MEMBERSHIP FREE TO ALL.
Monthly Dues 81 00 Payable Quarterly
Dir.rcroRS Wm. S. Lndd, P. C Pchnyler, Jr.,
M. 1'. Deady, L. H. Wakefield. W. H. llrackett,
a. i,uiDn-.s-. it. iwu,.t. vt.recniiciiuer, ii.
& 1.111110, .A UtUllli
TT. WAKEFIEU President
II. FAILING . Vice President
P. C SC1IUYLEK, Ji: Treasurer
M. W. FECHIIEniER Corresponding Sec
HENRY A. OXER. Librarian and Rec. Sec
J. I- Atkinson, Notary Public.
D. W. Wakefieldl
Atkinson, Woodward & Co.,
(Late Atkinson A Woodward.)
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
NO. 102 FRONTS STREET,
HAVE FOR SALE FARMS AND UNIM
proved Lands In Oregon and Washington
T!fiorc5l"lOICE CITY TROPERTY, for Sale
" wiVticnd to Buying nnd Selling Real Estate
'"spUiMatt'lo'n'-glven to the Renting or
Property and Collection of Rents, looking after
Repairs and Payment or Taxes on Property In
our hands when desired.
Legal papers written and acknowledgments
ULO?VNS NEGOTIATED on Renl Estat6 Se
curity. lartics having Money to Loan are in
vited to give us a call.
nlStf ATKINSON, WOODWARD & CO.
HEN DEE'S PHOTOGRAPHIC ROOMS,
8. W. Cor. Morrison nnd First Sis.,
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-rour hours.
bs-Babies and CniLDncN should bo brought
i in iitiHcrn me uuunoi iu ana J,niwnys uresseu
I In light clothe. '.'-8
rnnts truly wonderful medicine
L lswarrantotl to expel nil worms from the
llowcl and Stomach, except Tape and Chain
The proprietor has taken much pains to test
the comparative merits or the principal Worm
Medicines or the day, which, numerous as ih
Entozoa themselves, have overspread 'tlie
land, each claiming forltscirthenameor sie
clflc; nnd, while we rrankly acknowledge that
many or them are often snccesstul-nnd do great
good, were we not assured that this combines
advantages possessed by no other worm medi
cine, Its Introduction at this late day would not
have been attempted.
The pleasant taste nnd exceedingly small
quantity or this medicine required to test the
existence or worms, or to remove every one
from tho system Its operating In a few hour,
unaided by any other purge, together with lis
certainty of effect, constitute it one of the moat
brilliant discoveries of the age.
Hnd we space here, scores of certificates
might be adduced to show Its progressive ami
rapidly Increasing reputation tor the lost few
years; but to promulgate Its rame and estab
lish its character, we only nsk for a trial.
Its sneed v operation In all sudden attacks, as
convulsions, colic, fits or spasms, gives it an
unrivaled superiority. Sent by express on ra
celpt of price.
STJIrTOJf 3 OF WOIOtS.
Alternate nalln? and finshlncr of the coun
tenance, dull expression or tho eyes, drowsl
Incss, Itching or the nose.n swelled upper Hp,
tonguo whltely furred and thickly speckleU
with red points.feted breath, an enlarged belly,
a partial or general swelling or pumngness ot
the skin, a starting In the. 'deep and grinding ot
the teeth, n sensation ns If something was
lodged In tho throat, a gradual wasting or the
flesh, sickness or tho stomach, vomiting, n
short nml ilrr eoiiL-h. nDnetlte sometimes vora
cious, at other times recble, bowels sometimes
costive, at otner times loose, great ireumnens
and Irritability or temper.palns in the stomach
and bowels, colic, fits, convulsions ami palsy.
Its value In removing masses of crudities
from tho stomach and bowels of children, even
where no worms exist, cannot be too highly es
timated. Prepared and sold, wholesale and retalLJby
DR. VAN DEN BERGH and Agents In all Cit
ies nnd towns. ' '
Dr. Van Den Bcrgh can bo consulted onnll
diseases thntthe human system is heir to. Wis
ing experience in aiseases oi womsn atm
children cannot be surpassed by any physi
cian In the United .States or Europe. Dr.V. ad-
iwavs inmuieii wun any irreguianuos oi
the Uterus to try his new remedies and get
Ry consulting and nndettmlnt- i cimnln ex
amination the afflicted can learn if their dls-
viic oc worms or nor. At all events. Dr. ;VHi
Den ISergli enn toll them from what dlseaso
they are suffering.
I'onsunations ana examinations rreo of
Office Rooms-38 and , over Postoffiee.
liners ucscribing tne symptoms wilLJie
promptly answered, nnd persons living St a
distance will be saved the expense and trouble
of calling on the Doctor. Address
DR. J. W. VAN DEN BBRGH. ,
I P. O. Box 172, Salem, Oregon.
XTICASIO WATER-CURE is sltuate.1 in Colt
lornia the healthiest State in the Unftjn;
in Marin county the healthiest In theState;
and In NIcasio Valley a place combining nil
the advantages of climate and beauty of loca
tion. It Is reached In n, ftw hours from San Fran
cisco, via either Snn Rafael or Petaltima, ami
patients can, by special arrangement, have
easy carrlnges, with bed, if desired, at very low
rates, by application at Bay View Stabler, Sau
luimaei, or hi ine livery staoie or UHKJes,
Washington Street, Petaluma, opposite Brook
Stages leave San Rafael, Mondays, Wedne
daysaud Satunlays, at 2 r. jr., Stsces leuve
l-eiaiuma at mo some nour, rueMtavs and
has laciilties for successfully treating tlicrfek
uuexceiieu uy any euro, risi or est
THE PHYSICIANS nre skillful, and thev have
had long experience In the Hygienic treatment
ot chronic diseases. They employ In addition
to the common Water-Cure or Hygienic treat
ment, ELFrnictTY In baths nnd, otherwise,
and inhalations ot oxvoex, which prove
very valuable in many cases or lung and threat
diseases. They also pay particular attention
to all diseases pEcri-i.vK to women. They are
well known as editors, ror the last threCyenrs.
of tho "Pacific Journal of Health," a periodical
which has high rank as one of the best popular
Health papers In the world.
We therefore confidently assert that In no
place In the world can the sick receive, for tlm
time nnd money expended, more substantial
benefit than In theiCAio WATER-CtTHii
DR. W. J. YOUNG.
S. M. MILLER.
LAST CHANCE, MULTNOMAH CO., HjiU.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, TOBACCO,
LIQUORS, VEGETABLES, WOOD, ETC;
MJ Opposite the head orSauvI'M Island.
JAMES F. BROWN,
Attorney, Counsellor at Iiavr. and
EUGENE CIT' OREGONT
Consultations In the English. Freneli. Oer-
man and Holland languages. ifcf.
MAIN STREET, DALLES CITY, OREGON.
BOARD BY THE DAY, Week or Month.en
the most reasonable terms.
superior accommodations for families,
Csncord Coach to nnd from the house rree.
A large safe for the keeping ot valuables. .
House open all night.
nl7 THOMAS SMrni, Proprietor.
MRS. ri'IIAM IIENKEE,
CLAIRVOYANT & MAGNETIC MEDIUM,
Congress Ilnll, Bush Street,
Between California and Montgomery streets.
Room iS, second floor. Circles Thursday ami
Saturday evenings. Seances for business. . ,
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE: .
ALBERT A. 3IAXXUVO .!
KEEPS A FIRST-CLASS BOARDING HOUSE
for the accommodation or people whojirp
fer a nulct home to the confusion oi n honl.
Terms moderate. Olympla.AV.T. ntStf.
THE CLOTHING STORE!
IS THE PLACE WHERE
GENTS' CUSTOM-MADE CLOTHING,
Boys' nml Youths" Clothing-,
FtUTUiMng Goods, Hats and
BOOTS AND SHOES,
CAN BE HAD AT
113 Front Street, Portlnml.
Harris & Prager.
DR. II. IL. FREEL-VND, v . -(L.VTEOPSANFR.VNCIMCO,)
D E jN T I S T -
ROOM NO. TWO, DEKUMcS' BUILDING,
Cor. First and Washington Sis., Portland.
HAVING HAD AlroiBEKOFX .
practice In San Francico, I f"J ra5.T .
to do First Class Work in Denial,""
Hons. . i -
Nitrous Oxide adniluisterea.
Rev. Wm. Roberts, Judge O l$
Dick-on, Mes-rs Onlnibv "' ' "k',T ' nl
Mrs. Duulway.ortlieNrW Niimt-T. ui