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FRIDAY..... DECEMBER. 137l87i
There will bo a grand ball and supper
at Harrinburgon Christmas.
Head the advertisement of Harper's
Magazine in another column.
AVe can now enjoy the pleasure of a
ride upon a wwt railroad fur ten cents.
We'll take supper with our friend
Sprenger, at tlie St. Charles, and writo
him up grandly, when he sends In his
The lows of the Oregon City manufac
turing company by the late fire is $31,
All the Sunday Sokools of Ilillsboro
will unite in the approachingChristmns
Dr. J. "W. Watts liae, we learn, been
appointed Postmaster of Lafayette, vice
R. J j. Simpson, resigned.
The new Court House at Hillsboro is
finished, except the seating, and is a
credit to Washington county.
A. Ferrer has a fine stock of family
groceries, etc., at his store on Front sr.,
between Yamhill and Taylor.
Dr. Hill has succeeded in raising
about S20,W0jfnr-the- endowment of the
Baptist College at McMinnville.
Hie Albany Collegiate Institute
opened on the first Monday of last week
wlUi over one hundred students.
B. Hamburger, corner Firs't and Yam
hill sts., is offering his stock of dry
goods, etc., at greatly reduced prices.
Between four and five thousand dol
lars of subscriptions to aid in rebuilding
the woolen mills have been raised at
The citizens of Roseburg'propose to
Dunu a plank road from the traveled
streets to the depot at that place. It
will cost about $400.
Don't forget Santa Claus and McCor
miok. These two dealers get on splen
didly together, and they are ready and
waiting for Christmas.
At J. C. Meussdorffer & Bros., corner
Front and Morrison sts., can be seen a
great variety of hats and caps for the
A petition will soon be in circulation
for the establishment of a mail route
from Union via Cove, Summcrville and
Indian Valley, to the Wallowa.
The Enterprise says the locks at Linn
City will be completed within three
weeks from this date. But one gate re
mains to be hung and another partially.
Mr. A. B. Meacham, who was selected
by the Electors as the messenger to
carry the returns to Washington, started
last Thursday overland by way of Boie
City and Kelton.
The steamer Onward is slowly work
ing her way up the Tualatin river. A
large quantity or wheat is stored at
Hillsboro awaiting shipment, when the
rains open the river.
Business men are beginning to awaken
to a knowledge of the strength and In
fluence of tne New 2Tothvbst. As
evidence of this we call attention to our
long array of new advertisements.
The Water Pipe Company at Salem,
according to the Statesman, have got
their machinery to working finely, and
that they are turning out per day from
thirty-live to forty logs, eight feet long,
with six-Inch bore.
Go to Aliskey & Hegele's confec
tionary ami restaurant for Holiday pres
ents of candy toys, ornamental cakes
and everything tempting you cau think
of to court your sweet-hearts on. Arti
cles range in price from half a dime to
Manager Waldron has secured Miss
Kate Benin, the popular and talented
actress, under a star engagement. She
will appear next Monday night for the
first time. We have no doubt but she
will have crowded houses, which she
certainly deserves, if reports concerning
her are true.
W.T. Shanahan is out with a now ad,
and a new business. His assortment of
new jewelry ami silvorware is extensive
and varied, and his prices are suitable to
thetimes. MissMacnamara, in thosanie
building, has a line stock of millinerv.
and is having the good run of custom
which she deserves. Her hats and bon
nets are gotten up in exquisite taste.
o.iic .uugeiie vyiiy journal is very
uneasy aooui tne state University, and
asks the question: "Shall the nfTort in
secure the State University at Eugone'
fail?" llie bill locating the State Uni
versity at Eugene provides that the peo
ple of Lane shall provide grounds and
erect a building which shall be worth
$50,000; $30,000 of this amount is to be
raised by a tax; leaving $20,000 to be
raised by subscription. So far the citi
zens of that county have shown but
very little disposition to subscribe, and
the gentlemen apjwinted to solicit sub
scriptions have been very unsuccessful.
At the meeting of the Board of Man
angers of the State Agricultural Society,
held at Salem last week, the proper offi
cers were instructed to negotiate a loan
sufficient to clear off all the liabilities of
the Society, though it may be necessary
to mortgage the Fair grounds. Mr.
Robert Irvine of Linn county was
elected Grand Marshal for the ensuing
year; the premium list was overhauled
and re-arrauged for 1S73, with offers of1
medals in eccess of money premiums.
The rule requiring all visitors to wear
badges, was abolished; and sucli other
orders were made, of a subordinate
character, as will enable the officers to
go forward with the aflairs of the So
ciety. Prof. Chancy is giving a coureo of
tronomical lectures In tm.m. .
Hall to sniaUbufattontlve ?nT0nIC
Hisvlews of theBIUIeS1;:
and are based upon the Sanscrit, whlrf!
noborlv knrnrs nnvfM , 7.
t ,7 ' S "OUl, so of
venire im iisi hid own way about his
conclusions. The paintings that he ex
hibits nightly are well worth the ad
mission fee. They are the work of u
young Mr. Parrott, of Salem, who as an
ametur, self-taught artist deserves more
encouragement than he is receiving.
His pictures are truly wonderful. The
lectures will continue over Saturday
and Monday, also Sunday night.
The Statctmaii says: "Sometime, we
think last year, a discovery of electro
silicon was made In Polk county by Mr.
AI. Buckingham. Small quantities of
it wero tested but we are not aware Hint
anything was done at the time to render
the discovery of practical value. Lately
a small lot of it was tested at the Oregon
and California Railroad car shops. The
Chief Engineer at once pronounced It
an excellent polishing material, aud
stated to our informant that if, upon
further test, it should prove as good as
he then believed it, he should imme
diately order a large quantity for staple
use In the shops. We have since learnd
the Engineer did order a considerable
quantity, and that he has expressed the
opinion that the deposit will prove val
uable to the owner."
A Hard Answer. At a recent trial
the counsel for the prosecution, after
severely cross-examining a witness, sud
denly put on a look of severity, and ex
claimed: "Now, sir, was not an effort made to
induce you tell a different story?"
"A different story from what I have
told, do you mean V"
"That's what I mean."
"Yes, sir; several persons have tried
to get mo to tell a different story from
what I have told, but they couldn't."
"Now. sir, upon your oath, I wish to
know who these persons are."
"Well, you've tried about as hard as
any of them."
He was questioned no further on that
For the very best photographs, go to Bradley
Jc Kulof-wn'i Gallery without STAIRS
iWASCEND IX THE ELEVATOR, 129 Mont
gomery St., San Francisco.
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL !
ANNUAL Q RAND OPENING
SANTA CLAUS' BUDGET,
McCORMICK'S BOOK STORE,
(Santa Claus Headquarters)
103 Front Street,
Where can bo found the LauoistStocx of
Fancy Goods, Books,
EVER DISPLAYED IN PORTLAND,
AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE
Oregon Business Directory.
fTllIE TJNDER8IGKED WILL COMMENCE
l soliciting iora
Of the State of Oregon,
in a. Irw davs inii f n m.b. i . .... ....
Tlie .State has now reached tlmt position whin
a yearly summary of her prrarress Is necessary.
iicucc iuc niur ui a. worK wuicu will combine
In a condensed form, all matters or nubile In'
The work In contemplation will embrace a
Kvm'rai pxtn-u tn iuc rtutie us pnyslcal as
pects, ceology, cIlnmtoIo;y, botany, zoolnrr.
commerce, manufactures, societies, public
Duuamcs, pruuuciions, aim nil omer Nlinject
on which Information Is renulred.
The work will be Illustrated with sketched of
some ot the leading prominent scenery of the
State, and Its compilation will be under the
jr. .MOItTI.tlKIt JJUni'IIY, Esq..
Whose recent work on Wablnrion Territory
has been highly commended by the press and
The Business Directory of each town and city
will be complete: and that, with sketches of
each place, should make it Invaluable to the
merchant, farmer ana ineciianic.
Asnn advcrtlslnir medium It will be the best
yet Introduced In tbcStatc,a.s It will be of such
importance mat n win always dc retained in
prominent position for reference.
ine rate ui auverusmc win ocas iouows:
IKS Advertisers taklnc one pae will receive
a copy oi iuu oook craim.
I'rice of Work Mill be fl'Z 30.
Tho book-will bo distributed on every route
ui iruvci sua puouc pince in me counirj.
ft. 3. MeCOICIIICU, rubllsher.
1CK FRO.TVSTREBT,.rORTLAXD. OREQOX,
Improved Sewing Machine.
pEASONR WHY IT HAS TAKEN TOE
AV preference over It competitor Quietness
of Movement, Light Running, More Easily
1 .earned and Operated, equally adapted for
FIXE OR HEAVY "WORK,
And the only practical Low-Prlced Lock
stitch Machine that hai proved entirely satis
factory. aUTKend forSamples.CIrcularsofRefcrenecs
and Testlmoulals.orc&ll and examine the Ma
chine, GEO. W. TRAVEK,
THERE IS REASON IN ALL THINGS,
1 ND THE MOST REASONABLE THING
1Y Just now It that every family may own a
First Class Sewing Machine
By Pajlnff Only 810 Per Month.
"Why pay all cash down when you can obtain
a Machine which will earn the monthly In
stallment, actually paying for Itself and at the
same time earn a support for the operators or
REME MB E R
That the prices are Just the same, whether you I
buy for cash or on the Installment plan.
That the G rover d Baker Machines make the
Shuttle Stitch and Elastic Stitch, and purchas
ers can at any time exchange should they de
sire to try both kinds.
That the above excellent terms arc offered by
W. T. S1IANAIIAN,
AGENT GROVER & BAKER S. JL CO.,
At No. 71 First street, one door south of Ladd A I
J Assortment of
A FINE AND LARGE
Published by the well known firm of
Schuberth & Co.
HALLET, DAVIS &. CO. PIANOS.
(ICO. WOODS CO. OKCIAXB.
111 Kinds or Musical Instruments.
Call and Examine
Badger's Music Store,
8NOW A ROOS' ART GALLERY,
73 First Street, Portland. nS
rNLY PIRECT IMPORTER IN THE STATE
Tancj- Goods, Toys,
ENGLISH AKD FRENCH CHINA,
Tnble Cutler- and Ulnn-Mnre,
Of All Descriptions.
SHOW ROOM FOP.
ROGERS' PUTED WIRE,
Of All Styles, which we offer at IMPORTERS'
STOREKEEPERS from the CItv and Coun-
try will do well bycalllnr on us before going!
iu mm r aanciscu, us we ouer oui goous ai a
illicit Iiner Rate Thau N. F. Price.
ACKERMAN'S DOLLAR STORE,
09 First Street,
TNVITES HIS OLD PATRONS AND THE
j. mouc generally to can at his
NEW BUTCHER SHOP,
WasbluRton Nt., one door east of Third. I
O. S3. SIIi VJilDEl.J3,
No. 130 First Street
"PER LAST STEAMERS, A GENERAL AS-
nviiuicm vi jui-rciuuiuiae, cuiuprisiuK iu
BLACK AND COLORED ALPACCA,
LADIES KID GLOVES Extra Quality,
Ft'RS A Large Assortment,
FRENCH FLANNELS All Colors,
TWILLED RED FLANNEL,
a atjvi tvria
RED COMFORTS, ETC., ETC.
Also, a Good Assortment or
BOOTS AND SHOES, HATH AND CAPS,
MEN AND BOY'S CLOTHINS AND UlDrnwriD
All of which will be sold cheapforcash. riease
""' ii-inre purcnastngtlsewhere.
OREGON STEAM NAVIGATION CO.'S NOTICE-
T30ATS OF THE COMPANY WILL leave I
For The Dallc-s:
Dally (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock a. x.
, For Astoria:
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at C o'clock
Dally at 7! o'elock A. jr.
nJ7 J. C AIN8WORTH, President.
XKS. N. J. RCJISET,
PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE PAINTER,
CAN BE FOUND IN HER STUDIO, on the
third floor or Corbett's New Building, from.
10 A. v. till 4 r. K. of each day
bztLessoxs oivkx in UiatacArt: I'aixt-
101 First Street,
STEIX1YAY A S0XS,
Kranltb, Ilath 1 Ron's,
UiIm aid Childress
In Every County on
a. L. DcPItAXN,
Oregon Branch Hoasr.
"SVE DEFY COMPETITION!
THE' WILSON AQAIN VICTORIOUS!
Fourteen First Premiums
I OHIO STATE FAIB AT .MAXNFIKI.D!
The Vanoulchctl Cbmcelliors. disheartened
and discouraged, admit the superiority ot the
Y iinon .tiacniue ny mnnniR away irom nou'
Last year the Wilson Sfachlne took all the
premiums at the creat Xorthem Ohio Fair, ev
ery Hewing Machine made In the United States
belnr on exhibition. This VfjrNo l'rrmlums
arc offered In consequence of the general re
quest of the managers of the different .Sewing
EXCEPT THE WILSON'.
The WIHon It ilwajs Rfsdy for Honest Coiapttl
lion, and li Alwsjs Urtorloni!
STEREOTYPED LYING IS PLAYED OUT!
Awlnf Mnrhlnn Aprntsnnd their renectlve
Isrhlnii have now tnkrii the back-sent, while
Ihn Wltcnti hn mni) ahead nf ever'thlnc In
the market. People, do not buy n Sewing Ma-
cnine witnoui uioroucniy lesung n jaurnu
ThBAVilson Machine Is lliu best In the world.
and we defy the world to produce its equal, ji
U sold at a price
FIFTEEN DOLLARS LESS
I Than Its old and vanquished rivals.
AGENTS WANTED !
Call aud examine for yourself nt
So. 73 First Street,
MINER A PEARSON,
"All kinds Of Sowinir Machine Veeitleiinn
handndus scnttnanr nart or tlif'ni In- mull
or express for 75 cts. per dozen. Send In your
i oruer. VitiSi
LADD & TILTON,
B jSk. 3ST 0BC DE3 S ,
DEPOSITS RECEIVED .VND ACCOUNTS
kept subject to check on drart.
INTEREST allowed on TIME DEPOSITS or
TRUST FUNDS. In sums of ONE DOLLAR
AND UPWARDS irom uuie oi ueposiu
unr iiASKii on aiiiimveti secuniv.
rtnn.tii Ktvlra nnd other valuables received
nn ln.lt fnr fiAffl keCDlniT.
collections mauc uuuinij
Investments In Real Estate and other prop
erty mane lor panic".
Sight and Teiegra" fKuauav tin riu rmu
Cisco ami me auo"""-"""
ini fnr the transaction of all kinds of Fl
nanciai anu ruv """-" "
J. H. FISK,
ABSAYER AND METALLURGIST,
2J Stark street, let. First and Second,
-tnnnvrrNESS GUARANTRED. ih.
I I UU II.S'Mlnt. Will AsSKValt Vlnrli! of
ores ana pay tne ui"-n pnee tor uoia uars,
MRS. J. KINGSBURY,
JFST FROM KlEOI'j;
TTAS OPENED A NEW AND ELEllANT
i jLJsL oiuriiurii( ua
In Wlegand's New Rnlldlng,
CORNER THIRD AND ALDER 8TREETS.
Tlie ladles, are respectfully Invited' to call,
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE!
Unparalleled Inducements to Clubs
THE NEW NORTHWEST,
A Joitmnl.for the People,
0EV0TE0 TO THE INTETESTS OF HUMANITT.
Arrangements have been made to secure the
Services of a
COMPETENT CORPS OF WRITERS
upon any and all subjects of Public Interest.
Tho New Northwest Is not a Woman's
Rights, but a Human Rights organ, devoted
to whatever poller mnr be necessary to secure
the greatest good to the greatest number. It
knows no scx.no politics, no religion, no party,
no color, no creed. Its foundation Is fastened
upon the rock of Eternal Liberty, Universal
Emancipation aud Untrammcled Progression.
OUR PREMIUM LIST.
As an Inducement lor our friends to mass
xertlons to secure larire clubs for the Naw
Northwest, we offer the following list of val
ror twenty subscribers, at S3 OQcach.accom-
S anted by the cash, wo will give tho HOME
HUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, without ta
ble. Dcauuruiiv ornamented, luce. aju.
For thirty-nve subscribers, at $1 10 each, ac
companied bythecash.we will glveaHOME
SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, wltn lllacK
Walnut table, bronzed ana nicely nnisnea,
ror lony suuscriocrs, m . uu t-ncii, newm
nnlnl liv tlin -vh. we will iMve a TfOMESHUT-
TLE SEWING MACHINE, flnNhed In extra
style, with Black Walnut table and cover.
Tho above Sewing Machine, which are war
ranted firsbclats In every particular, can be
seen at the office ot Geo. W. Travcr, 112 Front
For fifty subscribers, at $3 CO each, accom
panied bv the cash, we will give a MASON A
HAMLIN PORTAHLK ORGAN, rour octave,
single reed, with black walnut case, automatic
bellows swell, two blow pedals. Improved con
fer pressure reed valvrx, etc. Price, SM.
For seventy-five subscribers, at S3 CO each, ac
companied by the c.nh, a double reed MASON
A- HAMLIN ORGAN; resembles the first ex
cept that It has also a kneu stop. Price, ITS.
For seventy-five subscribers, at 13 00 each,
accompanied by the cash and twenty-Ove
dollars additional, we will give a MASON A
HAMLIN UKUAA, OI FIVE OCTAVES, uK
STOP. SF.LP-AUIU.srtyO HEED valves, ik-
KOVKD BELLOWS, TKEMULANT AND KXKE-
strr.Lt. Price, !100.
For one hundred subscribers, at (.1 00 eacn,
and twenty dollars additional, we will give a
.M.uur a: ii..iii.i.-s umiA., nvc uctavis,
FIVE STOPS, TWO SETS OF KtnRA TOILS TlinOCOH-
OCT, UtrilOVED GRADUATED SELF-ADJCSTINO
REED VALVES, IMPROVED BEL LOWS, TREMCLAMT
AND KNEE-SWELLS. VIOLA, DIAPASON,
LUTE, TREMULANT. Price, JI25.
Those who desire to work for these premiums
can (.end the names nnd money as fast as re
ceived. The subscribers will be placed tothelr
credit, and If enough names are not recelvsd
during the year to procure the premium de-
sireu tney can cuoose a lesser premium, or iurj
will be entitled to receive twenty-five per eont.
In cash of the amount remitted for their labor.
OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST.
s a Ti, v Vnr Vnirrnviyrhii alreadr proved
a popular success, we aro decided that ft shall
also prove a triumph.
To enaiue our menus who juhj uaiur iu
vass for our paper to benefit both themselves
nnd us by Increasing our Subscription Lists, we
propose to give tne louowing uuuiuuu.i 1 1
mlums to canvassers:
Any subscriber who Is In arrears for the New
Northwest, who will send us his or her own
subscription fee, and one new subscriber, ac
companied by the cash J to-we will give :
.. pair 1 arum Jiniuiu
Or a Ilohemlan Glass Vase;
Or Ilohemlan Glass Card Receiver;
Or K dozen Ivory Napkin Rings;
OrKdozen Plated Ten Spoons;
Or lpalr Alexandre's KldGIoves;
Or a Lady Fan,spansled,tcathered edge;
Or a Hint Cage;
Or an Album for holding 100 pictures;
Or an Album (extra) for holding 50 pictures;
n-n L'jticv T.ffpr O:HP'
Or a box Toilet Articles, Including soap,
Urn iiriiauuii. ir i ui,
Or a Kerosene Lamp:
Or '-4 dozen Glass Goblets;
Orii dozen Glass Tumblers;
Or a large Glass Fruit Dish;
Or a Work Basket:
OraFIno Embroidered Handkerchief;
Or 14 dozen Linen Handkerchiefs;
Or a Woolen Table Cover;
Or K dozen Table Napkins;
nr eleirant Portmonla.
Anriihsrribcrwhols In arrears tornvears
unikw.rintlnn.nnd who wilt send his or her own
subscription fee, nnd two new subscribers, ac-
compautcu Dy ine tiuu iu.um.iuk w we win
A set oi Rogers' Taoie r ones, in pie plated, on
White metal, warramco:
Orasctofltoscrs' rauie.spoons.trlple plated
on white metal, warranted:
Or met of Roircrs' Tea Snoons. trlnle idated.
on white metal, warranted;
Or a dozen ltogeni- Jt itusseirs Table Knives,
uesi quality, irummu-uj
VI n IliUIUMJIMC i. 1 1 V'.ll
Anv person In arrears for subscrlDtlon toTiric
New NoimiwusT. who will send his nr !ir
subscription fee and three new subscribers, ac-
CUIuiH,iiit4 uj wo tiuiu, lunmug Li UU, WB Wilt
A handsome Mnrailles Oullt-
Ora handsome Woolen Oullt. rel ai! vhii.
ur uiuc uuu wiiii:;
urn pairoiiauie uioins;
Or two pairs of Nottingham Lire r!nrt! n .
Or three pairs Alexandre's KtA clnru
Ora Japanese Inlaid Work Box;
Or 18 yards best yd. wide Sbeetln
For seven subscribers at $3 00 each, amount
ing to S21 W. we will send :
An extra uastor, triple plated, on white mtU!
Ora lady's Writing Desk, cf equal value;
Or aCablnet, Japanese Inlaid;
Or an Extra Japanese Inlaid Wnrk rtnr.
These articles are all valuable, and are war
ranted to be Just as we represent them. Per
sons living in this city or who can visit ns can
receive tuesc articles irom our own hands at an
nours notice; or if not convenient to visit us,
we win senu me articles by express to any aa
Noorder of this kind will receive attention
unless me cash accompanies IL
Send monev In Ilistnmr nnlers at the cus
tomary rales of currency, or send draft If pre-
All orders promptly attended to.
We slneeri.tr bom, thnt this unparalleled
otfer, which Is a new feature In the newspaper
business In Oregon, will meet with a hearty re
sponse from the many friends of our paper.
wno up to Uils time naveseemra """".' L
without money. Now Is the tlmo to makeup
ii i n v.nr,.o tninn other Tcrson gets
the start of you. Seo what you can dofor your
self, the Public aud the .kw .iosibwhi.
HURBREN & SWINDLER,
DIRECT IMPORTERS .VXD MANUFAC
turer of every variety ot
0lr, Walaat, KosewooJ, CBtstDUt, Kir.
MOULDINGS, MIRRORS, BLACK WALNUT LUMBER,
Pulu, Hair, Mo, Excelsior Glue,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
THE I. AUGUST STOCK I
THE BEST WOODS 1
THE LOWEST PRICES!
Salmon and Him BU Portland, Oregon.
111 4 I.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
X DBLTLT GOODS.
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
Hats and Gents Furnishing Goods,
Ladles' and Jllssen'
TRIMMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS AND
Frames, Braids, Cords, Ornaments, Flowers
Ribbons', Trimmings, etc.
Dress Goods, White Goods, Tankee No
Ladies' Cloaks, CIoaK Trim
AGENT OF THE ELLENDALE WOOLEN
A Stock of Blankets, Yarns, Hea
ven, Tweeds and Cassimeres
LATENT STYLUS BY EVER Y STEA3IER.
DELLINGER 8c CO.
Washington St., bet. Second and Third,
E MANUFACTURE AN
A NO. 1 ARTICLE OF
And all klndsof Pastry usuallyfound In a'Flrat
- Goods delivered to any past of the cltvj
PORTLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
KOOXK-Coriier First nnd Stark Sts.,
over I Add A TUton's Bank.
CditsLM Our Three Thousand Cholre Books
Orer 100 Papon and Magazine.
MEMBERSHIP FREE TO ALL
Monthly Due 91 OO Payable Quarterly
111. . U 1, 111. JMWI, K . . T .1 .1 J lll.dl..
M. P. Deadr.L. 1L Wakefield. W. H. Brackett,
A. u. uiODt-ji. Licwis, i. w. recnnctmer.ii
railing, l- mum.
L. IL WAKEFIELD President
II. FAILING Vice lTesldent
P. C SCHUYLER. Ju .Treasurer
M. W. FECHHEIMER Corresponding Sec
HENRY A. OXER Ubrarlan and RecSec
X. M. HOBTUWOUTII,
HAS REMOVED FROM FRONT STREET
Carster or K and Third SlrceU,
Where ha may be found keeping a good supply
ot the best
PINI TOBACCO, CIGARS, PIPES,
PATENT MtOICIXES AMD YANKEE NOTIOHS,
vi-hor. he will bo pleased to meet his oldcus
TJX nd holdslntmself In readiness to wait
wm !?r? new ones, and hopes by punctual
KyTnd 5??l"n7lS Ju't Welgh and Measures
to receive a liberal share of patronage.
rtnia M. M. 80UTUWORTIL
HENBEE'S PHOTOGRAPHIC ROOMS,
H. W. Cor. Morrison ana First NU.,
PICTURES taken In all the latest and most
Improved stylos, and not Inferior tn anv on
the coast. Work well done and completed ln
sldo of twenty-four hours.
avBABtE and CntLsscN should bo brought
iu uim,ru mi iiuursui iu anu ., always aresseu
rrtHIS TRULY WONDERFUL MEDICINP
JL Is wnrranteil to expel all worms from the
Dowels and Stomach, except Tape and Chain
The proprietor has taken much pains to test
the comparative merits of the principal AVorm
Medicines of the day, which, numerous as the
Entozon themselves, have overspread the
Innd. each claiming for Itself the name nf inr.
I CUM;; LMU, ' .iwiunil-u;;c 111HI
I manvof thcmareoftensuecessful.and doereat
-1.1 . 1 mUII. .pa rnntrlp A1rn.i.luu . 1 .. .
good, were we not assured that this combines
advantage possessed by no other worm medi
cine. Its Introduction at this 1 ite day would not
have been attempted.
The pleasant taste and exceedingly small
quantity of this medicine required to test the
existence of worms, or to remove every one
from the system Its operating In a few hours,
unaided by any other purge, together with Its
certainty of effect, constitute it one of the most
brilliant discoveries of the age.
Had we space here, scores of certificates
might be adduced to show Its progressive and
rapidly Increasing reputation tor the last few
years; but to promulgate Its fame and estab
lish Its character, we only ask for a trial.
Its speedy operation In all sudden attacks, as
convulsions, colic, fits or spasms, gives It an
unrivaled superiority. Sent by express on re
ceipt of price.
ST3tPT0M8 OF WORJfrL
Alternate paling and flushing of the coun
tenance, dull expression of the eyes, drowsl
Ines, Itching of the nose, a swelled upper Up.
tongue whltely furred and thickly speckled
with red polnts.feted breath, an enlarged belly,
a partial or general swelling or pufflngness of
the skin, a starting in the sleep nnd grinding ot
the teeth, a sensation as if something was
lodged in the throat, a gradual wasting nf tho
flesh, sickness of the stomach, vomiting, a
short and dry cough, appetite sometimes vora
cious, at other times feeble, bowels sometimes
costive, at other times loose, great fretfulness
and Irritability of temper.pains in the stomach
nnd bowels, colic, flu, convulsions and palsy.
Its value In removing masses of crudities
from the stomach and bowels of children, even
where no worms exlt, cannot be too highly es
timated. Prepared nnd sold, wholesale and retail, by
DR. VAN DEN BERGH and Agents In all cit
ies and towns.
Dr. Van Den Bergh can be consulted on all
diseases that the human system Is heir to. Ills
long experience in diseases or women ana
children cannot be surpassed by any physl-
cuiu in ine U nneu scales or r.urope. ir. v. ad
vises ladies troubled with any Irregularities of
inn i. icrus w iry nis new remeuies ana gel
lly consulting and undenrnlnir a simDlc ex
amination the afflicted can learn If their dis
ease be worms or not. At all events. Dr. Van
ien liergrt can tell them from what disease
they are suffering.
Consultations and examinations free of
office 1COOM3-3S and 39, over. Postofflce,
Salem, Oregon. '
Letters describing the Rymptoms will be
promptly answered, and persons living at a
distance will be saved the exnense and imnhln
of calling on the Doctor. Address
Ult. J. W. V.V lltLi 11HUUH,
t P.O. Box 172,SaIcm, Oregon.
VflCASIO WATER-CURE Is situated In Call
tornla the healthiest State In the Union;
In Marin county the healthiest In the State:
and In NIcasIo Valley a place combining all
the advantages of climate and beauty of loca
tion. It Is reached In a few hours from San Fran
cisco, via cither Sa'n Itaf.iel or Petaluma, and
paiicais can, uy special arrangement, nave
easy carriages, with bed. If desired, at very low
rates, uy application at iay lew sinDf es, san
Ranfael, or to the livery stable of Unkless,
,1 nsiuutjiuu oil I, X CIUIUIUA, OpilOSlIC XlrOOK-
Stages leave San Rafael, Mondays, Wednes
days and Saturdays, at 2 r. m Stages leave
Petaluma at the samo hour, Tuesdays and
ha-s facilities for successfully treating the sick
unexcelled by any cure. East or West
The physicians are skillful, and they havo
had long experience In thellygienic treatment
of chronic diseases. They employ In addition
to the common Wnter-Cure or Hygienic treat
ment, electricity in baths and. otherwise,
and inhalations of oxygen, which prove
very valuable In many cases of lung and throat
diseases. They also pay particular attention
to all diseases peculiar to women. They are
well known as editors, for the last threo years,
of tho "Paciflc 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 the
time and money expended, more substantial
benefit than In the Nicasio W.vter-Ccke.
DR. W.J. YOUNG,
MRS. 1IARIIV CODI.EY
OFFERS FOR SALE HER SUPERB STOCK
of Millinery nnd Fancy Goods
AT A BARGAIN.
The business Is one of the best Davlns of lha
kind In the State.and will be sold solelvon ac
count of the falling health of the proprietor.
ror l articular auurcss
MRS. HARRY GODLEY,
v2nai Albany, Oregon.
S. M. MILLER,
LAST CHANCE, MULTNOMAH CO., OGN.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, TOBACCO,
LIQUORS, VEGETABLES, WOOD, ETC.
Opposite the head ofSauvIo's Island.
JAMES F. BROWN,
Attorney, Counsellor at Law and
EUGENE CITY OREGON
Consultations In the English, French. Ger
man and Holland languages. n2S).
MAIN STREET, DALLES CITY, OREGON.
BOARD BY THE DAY, Week or Month, on
the most reasonable terms.
superior accommoaattons ror families,
Csncord Conch to and from the house free.
A large safe for the keeping ot valuables.
House open all night.
nl7 THOMAS SMITH, Proprletoi.
MRS. UPHAM 1IEXDEF,
CLAIRVOYANT & MAGNETIC MEDIUM,
Congress Hall, Hush Street,
Between California and Montgomery sireei..
Room 44, second floor. Circles Thursday and
seances for business.
'.PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE.
ALBERT A. MANNING
KFFPS VFIRST-CL.VSS BOARDING HOUSE
for the accommodation of people who pre
fer -i oulet liomo to the confusion oj a hotel.
Term.?moderate. Oiympla.W.T. natf.
Dlt. B. It- ritEELVXD,
(LATE OF SAN ntANCISCO,)
E 3V T I S rT
ROOM N'O. TWO, DEKUM6 BUILDINO,
Cor. First and Washington Sts., Portland.
HAVING HAD A NUMBER OF YEARS'
practice In San Francisco. I feel competent
to do First Class AVork In all Dental Opera
tions. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Nitrous Oxide administered.
Rev. Win. Roberts. Jndire O.
N. Denny, Dr
Dickson, Messrs Qulmby and
Mrs. Dunlway, of the New Northwest, nl
Cor. Second nnd 'TashlnRton Sts.
HAVING RECENTLY I"OTH"S, -V2S
. Market, lam now prepared W sell on reas-
onable terms me uesi m.- ,
a o. WALLINO,
JOB PKIM1XQ Jfc BOOK BDLVaBBUSHM.VT.
Corner of Front nJ,AIf,8,rcet'
wrwork Done athct Living Rate.