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FRIDAY -JAKUAKY 10,
Bakor City is to have a pest bouse.
Roseburg is going to build a city ball
Several cases ofsmallpox are reported
in uaKer oountjj,
"Wood thieves and measles are among
uie amicUous or Salem.
A number of buildings are in course
or erection in Baker City.
The Hood in the river having subsided
the Salem mills Lave again started.
The railroad suit at Salem baa been
continued until sometime this week.
II. A. Johnson, Postmaster of Jeffer
son, has resigned. Dr. Smith is his suc
cessor. Salem claims the belt as the city tba.t
pays most for gas. Tho price there is S3
B. Hamburger, of the San Fraucisco j
Dry Goods Store, has removed to 131 '
First st. Call ami see him. j
One brig, one bark and fourteen
schooners arrived at Coos Bay during
the last week in December.
Eighty-four marriage licenses were is
sued from the Clerk's office of Lane
county during the yenr 1S72.
The Supreme Court met at Salem on
lost Monday morning. The term will
probably last about two weeks.
From July 1st, 1S72, to Jan. 1st, 1873,
thirty marriage licenses were issued in
Yamhill county by the County Clerk.
J. K. Buff, a jrarion county school
teacher, oilers to match his school
against any other in the county in spell
ing. The Owner states the real estate
transactions in Yamhill county, during
1872, to have been 210 deeds and 03 mort
Miss Kale Denin will have a benefit
this (PridRy) evening at Oro Fino The
ater. There will no doubt be a crowded
During Uio month of December Sher
iff Scott of Marion county collected $!!,
000 iu taxes, of which amount $10,000
was in coin.
A very pleasant sociable ivas held on
"Wednesday ovoning at the resideuce of
Mr. and Mrs. Atwood, by the Unitarian
Society, connected with Mr. Eliot's
Dr. Giltner, one of the city School
Superintendents, and the schools, teach
era and people at large arc engaged in a
serious little unpleasantness, in which
the party of the first part has the worst
Miss Fannie Harding, eldest daughter
of ex-Senator B. F. Harding, died Mon
day evening, December 30th, at the res
idence of her father near Fairfield, of
consumption. Her age was about 20
The festival given by the Independent
Champions of the Red Cross, on Tues
day evening, was a very pleasant affair.
Tills order numbers about 150, 70 being
about the number enrolled in the Port
The. records of the last month of Leap
Year show that the ladies of Salem have
not been altogether idle. During De
cember there were fifteen marriage li
censes issued by the County Clerk
against eight in the preceding mouth,
The call for a farmers' convention at
Salem on the IStli ult, not having been
very largely answered, the meeting did
nothing more than issue another call, at
which time it is hoped a general at
tendance on the part of the farmers will
The price of whito wheat advanced in
the Salem markot during last week to
SO cents per bushel, aud holders have
availed themselves of the rise and aro
selling large quantities at that price.
Mr. R. C. Kinney, of the Salem Flour
Mills, purchased ten thousand bushels
at the above figure.
HieStaietman learns that the deman3
for the goods of the Beaver Hosiery
Manufacturing Company has become so
great that to supply it the mill is
obliged to run over time. It is running
twelve and a half hours por day, and we
are informed that the manufacture of
fifteen hours per day could be disposed
of without difficulty."
Says the Corvallis Gazette: "Consid
erable stir has been made in the wheat
market of this place during the past
week. Mr. "W. A. AVelis wishing to
buy a few thousand bushels advanced
the price from 65 to 78 cents per bushel.
This produced quite a bustle among cor
tain warehouse men who had heretofore
controlled tho market."
The Gorvaliis Democrat of the 4th
says: "A gentleman informs us that the
Harrisburg bridge has settled in such a
manner that the draw cannot be opened
without great difficulty. "Wo presume
this is one reason why no boats have
vet ascended the river to Eugene.
"When tho opposition is put on we hope
to see this barrier opened."
Tim Kii?Bno Journal says. "The
Board of Directors of the State Univer
sity have selected a site for the location
of the building. Mr. Chrisman's propo
sition was accepted, which secures
twelve acres and a fraction, lying cast
of Oak aud south of Twelfth streets, on
Mr. Chrisman's land claim, for thelsuni
of $4,600, Mr. C. taking $500 in stock."
At a meeting of the prominent citi
zens of Salem, held on Saturday even
ing, the following resolution was passed:
"That a committee of three boappolnted
by the chair to inquire into the feasi
bility of obtaining land on the cit v front
for a free wharf or levee, and to inauire
into and roportat an adjourned meeting
tho probable cost and a feasible plan for
constructing saiu wnarfor levee."
Bays mo Aiaiceman: The Board of
Equalization will complete its labors,
probably, nest month. There is much
yet to be done to finish the arrangement
of statistics and tables upon which the
clerks aro engaged. "We learn that the
Board is preparing forms and rules for
the government of County Assessors,
with a view to making future assess
ments uniform and equal in all the
A correspondent, writing'to the States
man, says: "Selfishness is what's the
matter with a good many of the Salem
ites, and they have it bad, too. They
ought to have a little more sociality and
friendly intercourse with the fellows,
tempered with less dark foreboding?,
and less censoriousness. Try to give
confidence and encouragement to home
and home Industries, and the city and
people will be better for it."
Tho Roseburg Plaindealer says: "It
is reported on tho street that tho Mer
chant & Farmer's Navigation Company
have sold their steamer Enterprise in
the Umpqua river to the YilIainett
river Navigation Company. "Wo did
not hear the price. It is is reported that
two new saw mills will be built tho en
suing season on the lower river and a
steam tug for iso upon the bar. We
hope tho latter report is true."
Many former citizens of Linn county
have settled on "Willow creek, "Wasco
county. Tho greatest need of that
county Is mills, especially saw mills.
Timber is abundant and convenient.
The mills would of necessity be run by
steam, as there is not a sufficient flow
of water in that country to run a sash
saw. The prices of "ranches" range
from $1,000 to $5,000, with scarcely any
sellers. Last harvest the crainaveraged
from 45 to 50 bushels per acre ouo man
realizing 1,500 bushels of grain from 26
acres. Vegetables are superabundant,
and of the most superior variety.
Sensible Max. A plain old clerrrv-
man was once applied to for advice on
a very important matter. He was
asked which of two sisters he had better
fay his addresses to. One was very
ovely in her disposition, but not a pro
fessor of religion, tho other was a pro-
r ' 1 . r t . hi a i
lussmg vuribuau, uui very iii-icmpereu.
"JMarry tho good-tempered one by all
means," said the clergyman, "the spirit
of God can live where you can't"
For the very best photographs, go to Bradley
4 Rulofson's Gallery without STAIRS
B3-ASCEND IN THE ELEVATOR, 13 Mont
gomery St., San Francisco.
Light Running, Easily Learned
Takes tho Preference I
WARRANTED TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
GEORGE IV. TKAVEIt,
AT GRAY'S MUSIC STORE,
Odd Fellows' Temple,
v2 Portland. n3S
101 First Street.
BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE.
CEO. A. PEASE,
PR0TZMAX, GILLIIUX A CO.
Now York Made Boots and Shoes.
The Proprietor has secured the sole agency
for this State of Burt's celebrated First Premi
um New York made Gents', ladles', Mis' and
inr&nis' snoos, and win in liiture Keep com
Negotiations have been completed with a I
first-class cutter from New York city to take I
charge of the Custom Department. Upon ins I
arrival uue nonce will oe given.
We have zi Ttjeili.nt in t .. - ..
.1.. i.,... .Ti tTL V. -. !" iuix. in
XiiTMT7r . us'ess, which affords fa
cilities for linrchaslni? tllnw. r,... M
k.ZiVi .v..ri. 'T .,.u.' u ln nave on
appear ln Eastern markets.
'Weare determined at all times to tumUlimir I
customers with a quality or Boots and Shoes, I
both Has tern and Custom made.utisurpaed I
on Hie pacinc coasi ai mc iowi rates.
The Sales Department
win l nmlpr the suDervIsion or Mr. C.
Protxtnan, who has been long and popularly
known to tne traue.
Geo. A. Pease,
& W. COR. FIRST. A MORRISON STREETS,
-rROF. CARDINELL'S DANCING ACAD-
1 emy, cor. Front and Ash Streets, Is open on
on.i Thiircdav eveninirs.
Saturday Afternoons for Children and Ladles
rixciusiveiy. . ,
w Soiree every Saturday evening. 2-32
Oreqon Business Directory.
'iuib fndersigned will
A soliciting for a
Of the State of Orogon,
In a few days; and, to make It successful, re
spectfully requcsti) tho co-operation of all per
son interested In the welfare of the country.
Tin- Slate lias now reached that position when
a yearly summary of her progress Is necessary,
henee the value of a work which will combine,
In a condensed form, all matters of public In
terest The work In contemplation will embrace a
general sketch of the State Its physical as
pect, geology, climatology, botany, zoology.
buildings, productions, ami all other subjects
on which Information is required.
The work will be Illustrated with sketches of
some ol the leading prominent scenery of the
State, and Its compilation will be under the
J. MORTIMER Ml'RPIIY, l'juit
Whose recent work on Washington Territory
has been highly commended by the press and
The Business Directory of each town and city
will bo complete; and that, with sketches of
each place, should make it invaluable to the
merchant, farmer and mechanic.
As an advertising medium It will be the best
yet Introduced In the State. as it will be of such
Importance Uiat It will always be retained In a
prominent position lorrerercnee.
The rate of advertising will be as follows:
(BT Advertisers taking one page wilt receive I
a copy oi me uook grans.
Price of Work will be 92 SO.
The look will bo distributed on every route I
or travel ana public place in me country.
S. J. McCORMICK, Publisher,
KB FRONT STREET, PORTLAND, OREGON.
A Repository of Fashion, Pleasure,
NOTICES OP THE 1'IIESS.
The "Bazar" Is edited with a contribution or I
tact anil talent that we seldom find in ad
journal; and the Journal Itscir Is the organ of I
the great world or rasinon. luoston Traveller.
Tho "Bazar" commends lUelf to everr mem
ber of the household to the children by droll
and pretty pictures, to the young ladles by Its
fashion-nlates in endless variety, to the prov
ident matron by its patterns for the children's
clothes, to "paterfamilias" by Its tasteful de
signs ror embroidered slippers and luxurious
dressing-gowns. Hut the residing matterofthe
"Bazar" is uniformly of great excellence. The
paor has acquired a wide popularity for the
nniue enjoyment ii anorus. 1. i. evening
IIarpek's Bazar, one year
An Extra Copy of either the "Magazine," I
"Weojtiy." or "iiaxnr" win te suppueu grans
I for every Club of Flvo Subscribers at St CM each
I at one remittance; or, Six Copies for i'A 00,
wnnoui extra copy.
Subscriptions to "Harper's Magazine,"
III K I nlj tlllll 1J .Mil! 1 J"!. lift will,
year. Slu CO: or. two of Harper's Periodicals to
i one auuress lor one yenr, si iu.
Rack Xumbku's can be supplied at any time.
The five volumes of"IIarrer'sBazar."rorthe
I years 1SS, '), 70, CI, CS. elegantly bound in
green moroceo cloth, will lie Kent by express,
rnegui prepam, ior sr w cacn.
The nostaze on "Harper's Bazar" is twenty
cents a year, which mutt be paid at tho Sub-
i seriber poM-omce.
Address HARPER & BROTHERS,
nSI New York.
DR. LIVINGSTONE IN AFRICA.
I Tho Adventures of a most Adventurous Life. I
to Africa. Large oetavo volume Just published.
Uoniatus incidents ot tue onucrrui career or
tho great Traveler, the Country, Animals, Na
tives, Hunting, etc. Full account of this most
interesting pan oi iiicgiooc Also toaeii uur
PLAIN HOME TALK
AND MEDICAL COMMON SENSE.
I No competition. There never was a book pul-
iiMieo line ii. run particulars sent uy mail.
i state uook waniea.
A. L. BANCROFT A Co..
San Francisco, Cul.
Oro Fino Theater..
M 1 ? "S '
LEADER OF 0RiHB3TRA
. WINTER SEASON!
Every Nighl and Saturday Afternoon.
rill AMI IMVU.RH L URltUTIO 10MPAXVI
5S I iH
All the I.ate Noveltlea
Will be brought out In rapid succession.
ts- Box Office open.from 10 a. if. lo J P. .
IMPORTANT TO THE LADIES!
T WILL SELL FROM THIS DAY ALL MY
X Dry Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices, as fol
lows: "7V7" o o 1 Ila.icaL,
FORMERLY EOcgSl CO, AT 3Jeia!jijc.
FORMERLY 50c, AT J7J.
ALL WOOL EMPRESS CLOTH,
FORMERLY GTKccj$ AT S0c$2Jc.
Will be sold from 23 cts. to SI CO per yard.
Also, n Large Assortment of
White fc Col'd Plain & Twilled Flannels,
Ottoman-Striped Shawls, Double Shawls,
IlROCUE SHAWL LACE GOODS,
CHECKED, STRIPED AND FIGURED NAINSOOKS,
Ladies Chlldrf n's Fnrs A Fur Satis.
I also hare a Fine Stock of
In Every Shade.
Boys Suits in Waterproof & Cassimere.
A lull assortment of dents' Furnishing Goods
STAR SHIRTS (open back) SOLD For J2 00!
I also have a great many other articles that
will be sold according to the times.
nS De sure and call before purchasing else
where. B. HAMBURGER,
San Francisco Dry Goods Store,
133 First St., corner of Yamhill, Portland.
TUST RECEIVED, A FINE AND LARGE
J Assortment or
Published by tho well known firm of
Schnberth & Co.
HALLET, DAVIS & CO. PIANOS.
GEO. WOODS At CO. ORGANS.
All Kinds of Musical Instruments.
Call and Examine
Badger's Music Store,
SNOW A ROOS' ART GALLERY,
v2 73 rirst Street, Portland. nS
LADD & TILTOIM,
DB jSu 3ST EL 32 JS ,
DEPOSITS RECEIVED AND ACCOUNTS
kept subject to check on draft.
INTKREXT nllowcd on TIME DEPOSITS or
TRUST FUNDS, in sums of ONE DOLLAR
AND UPWARD from date of deposit.
MdXKY IIANP.I) on annmved securitv.
Bonds, Stocks and other valuables received
on tlenntlt for safe keenlnir.
Collections made and proceeds promptly re
mitted. Investments In Real Estate and other prop-
Icrty made for parties.
SlghtandTcfegrahlc ExchangeonSan Fran-
i Cisco anu mo Aiianuosiaics lorsaie.
rtnvpniment Securities bouzlit anil sola.
Aeentfor the transaction of all kinds of Fi
nancial and xrusi iiusmcss. ni
No. 130 rirst Street
T)ER LAST STEAMKRS, A GENERAL AS-
i soriiiicnb oi iiivrcuuiiuisc, vumfiiaiti
Bli-VCK AND COIjORED ALPACCA,
km press currir.
UVDltiS KID oiJVKSj Kxtra quality,
FURS A large Assortment,
FRENCH FL.CnNKI.S-All Colors,
TWILLED RED FUVNNKL,
BED COMFORTS, ETC., ETC.
Also, a Good Assortment or
nooTS aisu siior.s, hats and caps.
MEN AND BOY'S CLOTHING AND UNDERWEAR.
Alt or which will be sold cheap Tor cash. Please
call aud examine before purchasing elsewhere.
OREGON STEAM NAVIGATION CO.'S NOTICE-
"OOATS OF THE COMF.VNY WILL LE.VVti
JJ Portland as tollowo :
1'or The Dalles :
Dally (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock A. V.
Monday, "Wednesday and Friday at 5 o'clock
Dally at S4 o'clock a. m.
n37 J. C AINSWORTH, ProsIdenL
MRS. J. KINGSBURY,
jvst from Ki'nopr,
TTAS OPENED A .NEW AMI KLKUANf
XL nitortment ot
In AViegand's New Building,
CORNER THIRD AND ALDER STREETS.
The ladies arc respectfully Invited to call.
WOngnVGMEPTS HOME !
THOMPSON'S TWO-BIT HOUSE!
PLENTY TO EAT!
Room Fon Alt. !
Employers In want ol help please call. n31
PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE PAINTER,
CAN BE FOUND IN HER STUDIO, on the
third floor or Corbctt's New Building, rrom
I 10 A. v. till 4 i. v. of each dnv
nr LESSONS GIVEN IX LANDSCAPE 1'Airrr-
CI I It IS. St'I.OTlI,
TNVrTES HIS OLD PATRONS AND THE
X Public generally to call at his
NEW BUTCHER SHOP,
Washington it., one door eaut of Third
NOW IS THE TIME' TO' SUBSCRIBE!
Unparalleled Inducements to Clubs
THE NEW NORTHWEST,
A Journal for the People,
DEVOTED TO THE INTETESTS OF HUMANITY. I
Arrangements have been made to secure the
Services of a
COMPETENT CORPS OF WRITERS
I upon any and all subjects or Public Interest.
The New Northwest Is not a Roman's
Rights, but a Human Rights organ,, devoted
to whatever nolle v mav be neccssarr to secure
the greatest good to the greatest number. It
I Knows no sex,no poiuica,iio rcuxiuu, iiu inxtiy i
nocolor.no creed. Its foundation Is fastened
upon the rock of Eternal Liberty, universal
Emancipation auu untrammeieu progression.
QUR PREMIUM LIST.
As an Inducement tor our friends to make
exertions to secure laree clubs for the New
Northwest, we offer the following list of val
uable premiums :
For twmty subscribers, at S3 00 each, accom
panied by the cash, we will give tho HOME
SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, without lw
Mi twimtlnillv ornamented. Price. KQ.
f or tuirty-nvo suoscnoers, ai j uu. cacn, ac
companied by the cash, we will give a HOME
KinfTTI.K SEWING MACHINE, with Black
Walnut table, bronzed and nicely finished.
nanled bvthecasn. we will given HUJiKtsitur-
TLE SEWING MACHINE, finished iu extra
style, with Black Walnut table and cover.
The above Sewing Machines, which are war
ranted nrsl-ciass in every particular, can oe
panled by the cash, we will give a MASON &
HAMLIN PORTABLE ORGAN, four octave,
ror ntty suoscnoers, ai cacn, acconi-
I sliu'le reed, with black walnut case, automatic I
bellows swell, two mow peuais, improveu cen-1
ter pressure reed valves, etc. Price, i-'nX I
. . .. . - i
For seventy-nve subscribers, ai ga uu eacn, ac;
rompanieti nytnecasn.a uouDie reeu .u.rMj.-s
rpntth.itlt hna also a kni'e ston. lrlce. STo.
For seventy-nve subscribers, ai j;s uj eacn.
accompanied by me casn anu iwciiiy-uve
dollars additional, we will give a MASON &
HAMLIN ORGAN, or FIVK octaves, oss
STOP. SEr.r-AIlICSTINO iif.kd talvis, IX-
l-KOVED HELLOWS, TIIEJIUL-VST ASD KSEE-
For one hundred subcrlters, ai sj uu eacn,
audtwentv dollars additional, we will give a
Ft VK STOrS. TWO SETS OF RI nitATORS TIIROUG II-
otrr. isti-BOVED oiiahuated self-ahicstiso
REED VAI.VES,IJiria)VED lIEL,IA)Wa,TKKMUI r
ANn KNEE-swrj.u. XIOUK, DIAP.SON,
Those who desire to work for these premiums
can send tho names and money as fast as re
ceived. The subscribers will bo placed to their
frlit- unit If 1'iimicrh names are not received
during tho year to procure the premium de
sired iney can cnoooc a lesser premium, or mey
win boeutiticu 10 receive iweniy-uve pcrccui.
ln cash of tho amount remitted for their labor,
OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST.
a To t- vprr Vflimi trrsr has alread v nroved
a popular success, we arc decided that ft shall
To cnanie our menus who may ucuiuc ui uu
viim for our nnoer to benefit both themselves
and us by increasing ourSubscrlptlon Lists, we
propose to give tho following addltloual Pre
miums lo canvassers:
Any subscriber who is in arrears ior mo i ew
Vnimiwrjix. who will send us his orhcrown
Bitiiiurintinn tvc. nml rtnr new subscriber, uc-
compameu oy ine casu w wu in .
A pair Parian Marble Vases;
. .. ... ... 111 I .
Or a Bohemian Glass vase;
Or a Bohemian Glass Card Receiver;
Or y. doreu Ivory Napkin lungs;
Or Jt dozen Plated Tea Spoons;
Or 1 pair Alexandre's Kid Gloves;
Ora Lady's Fan.spauglcd.toathcred edge;
urauiru tagc; ,
or.n Alhnm for hnldlnz 100 pictures:
Or an Album (extra) for holding 50 pictures;
or a Kaney letter laise:
Or a box Toilet Articles, Including soap,
chalk, ncrfumery. etc.:
ura nriiannia ica t'ot;
Or K dozen Glass uoDiets;
Ora large Glass Fruit Dish;
Or a Work Basket;
Ora Fine Embroidered Handkerchief;
OrK101011 Linen Handkerchiefs;
OrK doten Table Napkins;
nmn otpeant I'ortmonlo.
n-iihrriberwhols In arrears for a year's
mKcHnilnn. nml who will ifnil his or her own
subscription fee, and two new subscribers, ac-
companteu djioo casu niiiujt . j w
A set ol Rogers' Table Forks, triple plated, on
Ora setor liOgers" iauicpoou',iriii: piaicu,
n mtal. wnrrnntptl:
Or a set or Rogers' Tea Spoons, triple plated,
on white metal, warranted;
Or 1. dozen itogcrs'K iiusseii's iiiuie jvuivcs,
nn hntul.nmp Bird Caire.
ln arrears for subscrlntlon to The
Nkw Nortuwzst, who will send his or her
subscription fee and three new subscribers, ac-
compameu. oy uw i( mniui; w, . i
sena: , .
A TiAnrlCnTTIP .MRTSaillPS UU 1LI
Ora handsome Woolen Uullt.redand white,
or blue ana wnne;
Om nnlror'lllDie uioins:
nr im nnlrs ofNottlncham Lace Curtains;
Or three pairs Alexandre's Kid Gloves, any
color or size; ,,,, ,
Ora Japanese miaiu noikixu;
n.iftmnti twRt vil. wide Shectlmr.
vnrceven subscribers at S3 00 each, amount
in.. t"i 01 wn will send :
An exirajjasior, inpiepiaicu.uu mmc m:.
valued at ss uu:
Ora Lady's writing ik-k,oi equal vaiut-;
Or auauinet, Japanese iniaiu;
n VTtra Jananese Inlaid Work Box.
Thu articles are all valuable, and arc war
ranted to be just as we represent them. Per
sons living ln this city or who can visit us can
mm itiHe nrcicieK inim ourow i nullum amu
hour's notice; or ir not convenient to visit us,
we will send the articles by express to any ad
dress. . .... ,
No order oi mi Kinu win receive autuuuu
f hi rush accomnnnlftt II.
Send money in rosiocice orucrs ni im- cm
toman rates of currency, or send draft If pre-
All nnlM nmtnnlTr nf f .mlfcl tn
We sincerely hone that this unparalleled
offer, which Is a new reature in the newspaper
business in Oregon, will meet with a hearty re-
snonse from the many friends of our paper,
who up to this time haveseemed to rail to real-
tre tual Tar Mw Koirrnwtsr cannot tie
wnnoui money. row is the time to maae i
clubs. Beeln before sobir other person gets
Ih,flfrtn7vnn U..nl..im.an .In fITTdUe ID ".".i...
I self, the Public, aud Tits Nkw Northwest.
HURQREN & SHINDLER,
DIRECT IMPORTERS AND MANUFAC
turers of every variety of
Usk, Walnut, Iloveirood, Chestnut, Etc
MOULDINGS, MIRRORS, BLACK WALNUT LUMBER
IMiIu. Hair. Xom, Excelsior Glue,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
TIIF. LARGEST STOCK I
THE BEST GOODS!
TIIE T.OWEST PRICES!
WARE ROOVSt llX ?K lm nn.1 17 Pnr
I Salmon and First Sts., Portland. Owgon.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
Hats and Gents Furnishing Goods,
Ladles' mill MlweV
TRIMMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS AND
Frames, Braids, Cords, Ornaments, Flowers
Ribbons, Trimmings, etc
Dress Goods, "White Goods, Tankce Xo
Ladies' Cloaks, CloaK Trim
AGENT OF TIIE ELLENDALE WOOLEN
A Full Slock of Blankets, Yarns, Uca
vers, Tweeds and Cassimeres
I.ATF-ST STYLUS BY EVER Y STEAMER
rJxXX"Oil0 TPSjvTg PiTy )
DELLINGER Sc CO.,
AVashington St., bet. Second andTliird,
R MANUFACTURE AN
A NO. 1 AllTICI.t: r
And all kinds of Pastry usually found In alFIrst
BIT Goods delivered to any part of the clt'l
PORTLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
ROOMS Corner First nml Stark Ms.,
over Ladd & Tllton's Bank.
Contains Orrr Three Thousand Cnolre Baoki
Over 100 rapiirs and ISftgnzines.
MEMBERSHIP FREE TO ALL.
Monthly Dues 81 00 Payable Quarterly
. i . r. r t 1 n r. c.lm.tA. T.
UinKCTOlU M IU. J.LUU, i . v.
m. i tv!ulv. II. Wakefield. W. 11. Brackett
A. C. Glbbs, C II. Lewis, M. W. Fechhelmer.H.
Falling, i. liiuni.
Librarian and Rec. Sec
V. C SCHUYLER. J1
M. W. FECHHEIMER-.
HENRY A. OXER.
M. M. SOBTHWOBTII,
TT.VS REMOVED FROM H'.u.nj. ait.-
JJL to the
Corner ofE nnit Tlilr.1 lreet,
Where he may be round keeping a good supply
or tne uesr.
TINS TOBACCO, .
PATEHT MEDICINES AND YANKEE HOTIOnS,
. .- ! tils oldcus-
Where he will be pl 'readlne to wait
tomcrs,and holdsilmse in punctual
npon many new ones, an;,, and Mcasures
Ity and dealing in J"" "of patronage.
to receive a liner-. sorjTIIWORTH.
HENDEE'S PHOTOGRAPHIC ROOMS,
"" "cor. KorrI an.. First St.,
. in all the latest and most
pIC" Sffes. and not lnreriortoany on
X WP"" S "ji well done and completed ln-
run " .twenty-four hours. ,
'"xjrn niM asd giin."!"" is"
I in IK" oiu
THIS TRULY WONDERFUL ArEDIPINT
Is warranted to expel all worai, froS ttS
lMwels and Stomach, except Tape and chain
The proprietor has taken much pains to test
the comparative merits of the principal Worm
Medicines or tho day, which, numerous as the
Entozoa themselves, have overspread the
land, each claiming foritself the name of spe
cific; and, while we frankly acknowledge that
many of them are often snccesgful.aml 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
havo been attempted.
The pleasant taste and 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 tew hours,
nnalded by any other purge, together with lis
certainty of effect, constitute it one of the most
brilliant discoveries of the age.
Had wo space here, scores of certificates
might be adduced to show Its progressive and
rapidly increasing reputation for the last few
years; but to promulgate Its fame and estab
lish its character, we only ask for a trial.
Its speedy o Deration In all sudden attacks, as
convulsions, colic, fits or spasms, gives It an
unrivaled superiority. Sent by express on re
celpt of price.
STjtrroJLS of worms.
Alternate paling and flushing of the coun
tenance, dull expression or the eyes, drowsl
Iness, Itching of the nose, a swelled upper Hp,
tongue whltcly lurred and thickly speckled
with red nolnts.feted breath. an enlarged belly.
a nartlal or general swelling or pufllitgHesa ot
the skin, a starting in the sleep and grinding ot
th, a sensation as it someining
lodged in the throat, a gradual wasting of the
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 fretfulnesx
and Irritability orteraper.palna m uie ttonwu
and bowels, colic, fits, convulsions and palay.
Its value In removing masses of erudtties
from tho stomach and bowels of children, even
wnere no worms exist, cau no I u hh nigniy es
timated. Prepared and sold, wholesale ami retail, by
DR. VAN DEN BERGH and Agents In all eit-
ies and towns.
Dr. Van Den Berzh can be consulted on ail
diseases that the human system is heir to. Ills
long experience in diseases of women ami
children cannot be surpassed by any physi
cian In tho United States or Europe. Dr. V. ad
vises ladles troubled with any IrregHlarittes or
the Uterus to try his new remedies and get
By consulting and undergoing a simple ex
amination the afflicted can learn If their dis
ease he worms or not. At all events. Dr. Van
Den Bergh can tell them from what disease
they are suffering.
Consultations and examinations free of
ufkice itooxs as anu m, over poawoiee,
letters uescrimng xne symptom win iw
romptly answered, and persons lrrtnc st a
lstance will be saved the expense and trouble
ot calling on the Doctor. Addreas
DIU J. W. VAN DEN 1IKH8H,
43 P. O. Box 172, Katem , Oregon.
-VTICASIO WATBR-CURE is situated ln Cali
1 lornla the healthiest State in the Union;
in Marin county ine lieaitniest m uie scale;
and in Nicaslo 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 either San Rafael or I'etalnma, and
patients can, by special arrangement, have
easy carriages, with bed, U desired, at very low
rates, by application at Bay View Stables, San
Rantuci, or to the livery stable of Unkle,
Washington Street, I'etaluma, opposite Brook
lyn Hotel. , .
Stages leave San Rarael, Mondays, Wednes
days and Saturdays, at 2 r. Jf.. Stages leave
I'etaluma at the same hour, Tneadaya and
has facilities for successfully treating the sick
unexcelled by any cure. East or West-
Thk iuiysiciaxs are skillful, and they have
had long experience In the Hygienic treatment
or chronic diseases. They employ In addition
to the common Water-Cure orllygiento treat
ment, electricity ln baths and, otherwise,
and inhalations or oxygex, which pro.
very valuable In many cases of lung ami throat
diseases. They also pay particular attention
to all diseases peculiar to women. They are
of the "Paciflc Journal or Health," a periodical
which lias nigu ranK as one oi uie oesi popular
Health papers ln the world r
we itiereiore conuuenuy assen uw in no
place In the-corld can the sick receive, lor t he
time and money expended, more substantial
benefit than In the Nicasio Watbr-Otou&
vu. w.J. yqu.Nu,
WE STILL LIVE I
WE WILL SBCL
Boots and Slioes
AT COST FOR CASH UNTIIVITSW Y.BAR,
At the sign of the
r CAIIALIX CO'N,
First Street, under Oro Fino Theater, Portland.
MILS. IIARKV GODI.EY"
OFFERS FOR SALE HRR SUPBUIISnX K
of Millinery and Fancy Goo.
AT A BARG.VIN.
Tlio business Is one of the bt rwyiuc of the
kind In the State.and will be toufmawon ac
count of the tailing heal tb of the imfffeter.
For particulars auuress
MRS. ILV.RRY GODLTSY,
v2na Albany, Oregon-
S. IYI. MILLER,
LVST C1LV'CE, MULTNOMAH CO., OGN.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, TOBACCO.
UQUQRS, VEGETABLES, WOOD, ETC.
CB- Opposite the head of Sauvis Island.
JAMES F. BROWN,
Attorney, Counsellor at taw and
Consultations In Uie Engltoh, French, -r-man
and Holland languages
MAIN STREET. DALLES CITY, OREGON.
T-r.iTin BY THE DAY, Week or Month, on
Surrlorcomroi the hooae free.
AhS? ' tn?keeplng ot valuables.
House open aM nht SMrrII( 5,,,
MBS. rPIIA3I IIEXDEE,
CLAIRVOYANT & MAGNETIC MEDIUM,
Coiigrc Hall, RilsIi Street,
Between Caliromla and Montgomery street,
itoom 43. second floor. Circles Thursday and
Saturday evenings. Seances for bMinccs.
PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE.
ALBERT A. MANNING
TTEEPS AFIRST-CL.VSS BOARDING HOUSE
JLV for the accommodation of people who pro-
re r a quiet home to ine conmswa oj
Terms moderate. Olympla.W.T. n&U.
XT xx 0 xx lVEctrlsio-t
Cor. SeconU nml Wnshlnstoii Sts.
HAVING RECENTLY PURCnABRDTHIs
Market, I am now 11 rjrrt to "0f4 1
onable terms the best Meats the ewmiryf