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FRIDAY FEP.UUAR Y 2S, 1S7&
Go to-morrow night to Mavbell's linn
efit at Oro Kino Theater. You'll hear of
"Womon's Rights and SufJrage."
Miss Clara Watt, a graduate of the
Willamette University, has been en
gaged as an assistant in the Corvallis
The Grand Army of the Republic will
give a grand eoueert and ball nexlTues-
uay evening at the skating rink. Of
course there will be a rush.
The Y. M. C. A.'s concert at Masonic
Hall on "Wednesday evening was a
grand success. The attendance was
large and the music of a very superior
The thanks of this oftlce are due to C.
II. Payne, Esq., for the present of a de
licious ham, which has been a palatable
accompaniment to eggs ami coffee dur
ing the week.
A city correspondent wishes to know
whether or not the Portland Literary
Society propose to give an entertain
ment, as he wishes to confer with the
manager on tiie subject.
(Jo to F. Hays, no 00 Morrison St.,
foraUJiinds of work in Human Hair:
to Fabre, at the Central Market, for the
best lMit coffee; to P. O. Stewart, .St.
C liarles Hotel Building, for clocks,
watches and jewelry; to Spaulding
Bros., Central Market, for fresh meats;
to Jfacheney &, Stemme for garden
secus; to Krumbicn & Gilbert for a plan
lor your house, and and see our ads.
Don't deal with anybody who won't
patronize the Xi:w Northwest.
According to the San Francisco Ckron
iflr there isa minister in this State who
does not practice what he preaches.
That paper says: "Mrs. Parker, a ladv
in destitute circumstances was recently
turned out of the Western Hotel and
her trunk seized for dobt, and, with her
four children, is now living with a
friend at o. 225 Minna street. Her
husband is James V. Parker, a lawyer
in Yreka, and it is said he refuses to aid
her, as does her father-in-law, a minis
ter of the gospel and advocate of the
doctrine of charity, who is now at Rose
TheStalcmoH says that Superintend
ent Odoneal has just received orders
from the Commissioner of ludlan Af
fairs, to visit, without delay, the Xez
Perces Indians, who have for many
years lived in Wallowa Valley, Oregon,
and who object to whites settling upon
lands claimed by the Indians, and ar
range, if possible, for their early re
moval to the Reservation belonging to
the tribe in Idaho. If they refuse to go,
lie is authorized to ascertain their views
and make arrangements for their re
maining in said valley or locating them
at some otlier place to be agreed upon.
For the very best photographs, go to Bradley
& BulofaonV Gallery wit limit STAIRS
cor.VSCEND IK TIIE ELEVATOR, 13 Mont
gomery St., Sn Francisco.
The following persons are duly authorized to
uct as A rent for the New Northwest :
Horace II. Day .New York CHr
Mrs. S. SI. Miller Last Chanee
Mrs. MBit lirbee Loser Clear Lake. Ctal
Mrs J. II. Potter Albany
shby Pearee Benton county
Dr. Rayley Corvollfg
V A. Mannlne Olvmma
Miss Virginia Old. MeMtanvftlc
Hi ram Smith Harris tmrK
1. 11. 1). Henderson Koeene city
W. W. Beach...
E- . Wm. Jolly
Hon. T. V. Davenport
Mary J. Magerti.
V W. Stouiard
s. H. Claughton
I'. A. Heed
Mrs.o. T.Daniels. .
Mrs. Nellie CurL
I'. C. .Sullivan
Mrs. M.K. Coot
Mrs. M. C. Cllne
Mrs. It. A. VawW-rs .
Mrs. R R Bishop. .. ..
Hoy. J. F. Damon. . ..
Rev. D. Bagley.
Mrs. Jane M. Wilson.
I'. D. Moore
Mrs. It. J. George
Mrs. M.J. Ensign. ..
t,. R Blood
Mrs. M. JeflHes. . ..
II. II. Welch
I ir. .1. Wait
V. N. Arnold.
. V. Lewisou-
M. 1. Owen
Mrs. ". A. (Vdiuni
Mr.. j. DeVore Johnson
Miss SaUle Applegate .
Mi-s R A. Owens .
J T. Scott, Esq
1,. o. Encle
I. W. Jackson-
I.. P. Fisher ..
Mrs. Iuira Deforv- liordon...
Miss Nellie Mossman.
Union Ridge. W. T
. Washlncton Territory
I. T. Maulaby
. W. llrock ...
.. W. llarne
J. N. Gale .
Mrs. E. Oakhett. -
Mrs. J. C. Haye
I lanlel Waltman....
Mrs. Sarah Harry-
Mnt Sarah Walll.
Mrs. Phanman Y'ates. -Sail Joc. California
Woman's Journal" -Iloton. Maasacliusetts
t Uarles W. Tapjian Salt Lake City, V. T
other mullet; desirlnK to act at Asents will
p) ase forward thelr'names. We want Agents
at every pootofliee throushout Oregon and
at the cr.XTn.vr. JI.IRKET,
Has Enlarged hi-
Added Such Improvements
.s will enable lilm to pro-ldeEplcure with
THE BEST IN THE MARKET.
Parties lurnUhed with hot Codec on slmrt
TO SrtRITCAI.ISTS AND OTHER LIBERAL
XHiNKKW A tun hopply of Spiritualist and
lteform Hooks kept constantly for sale atSnnw's
Liberal and Reform Ilookstnrn and Rnnrnl
Pacific Agency, J18 Kearuy atreet, up stair?,
niar lhwh. Also Adams d: Co.'., Golden Pens,
c lrton's Antl-Tobaceo Preparation, and Snence's
Positive and Negative Powders. All foods sold
at Lauern prices. RemltUnces In UnltedStates
paper currency received at par. Circulars and
rafaloeues mailed free. Address Herman
snow, I'. O. Uox 117, San Frandsco,al. v2nll
The CIollilHR Trade lias, wlthlu the
last t hirty days, undergone a reirular revolution,
by I- ishel & Roberts having opened a firM-cIass
owiiHicHi, ntriicr 01 Klrst and
Washington streets, where Men ami n
b fitted to perfection in every kind of Clothes.
Thev are lnanutacturtnr on a lam
can make anything for Men and Boys' wear to
order In the very best style, at extreme low
prices. Thulralm is to pleate both in nttlnc and
in quality. Aoan 10 luwrCTuiuiHnmcnt. corner
rirstana asmugiuu mu convince all
ui lue jum. apvb-ti
RANGING IN VALUE FROM
ftlO TO 65,000,
TO TIIE SUBSCRIBERS OF
OUR FIRESIDE FRIEND.
Kitry Snbsrrlbtr is mrr of one premium any
way, sol also his an equal rhanrr ofrertlilns a
CASH premium, or a PUXO.OKGIX.". liril.MHIT
I.0 MirillVE, etc, rlr.
FIRST GRAND CASH PREMIUM
OUR FIRESIDE FRIEND. Eight Page..'
Large Sire. Illustrated, the Family Weekl.s.ia
In Its Third oiume ana nax auauieu hip Mr
eit Circulation or nny paper iMibllshed in the
Vetl. Its Success Enables the proprietors to
furnish the Rest, Most DesIrnWe and Most IW
rul Original Heading Matter In Ureal Vartetr
that money can buy. and to make It a Home
Weekly suited to the rants of every family.
Subscription price $ per year ofSa numbers.
Sire 10x21 Inches, 18 colors. Acknowledged by
all to be the Handsomest and Mot Valuable
premium picture In America. Every subscrib
er Is presented with tills Cbromo at the time of
siibscrihin:; (no waltlnci, andalso receives a
NUMBERED CERTIFICATE ENTITLING
TIIE HOLDER TO A SHARE in the distribu
tion or !SX"0 In cash and otherpremltims.
The Distribution Takes Place on thesECOND
TUESDAY IN J UNE NEXT. The Cliromo and
Certificate sent on receipt of price. Siieelmen
Co)les, lremlum List, etc, Giving Full Partic
ular, sent free to any address.
Either local or canvassinp. In every town.
Large rash pay and the best outfit. Send at once
for terms. Address
OUR FIRESIDE FRIEND,
S-tt-Uw Chicago, Illinois.
OUT OF THE FIRE!
s. j. MccoRancic
IS HAPPY TO INFORM HIS NUMEROUS
Friends, Patrons, and the public in general,
that he has
FRANKLIN BOOK STORE
IO JPxx'Ht Stveet,
(NEXT CENTRAL MARKET),
wmi x court, ctr stocit or
Wlileh ha will dlapOM or at
THE VERY LOWEST PRICES.
For all the popular
NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES,
Wlikh will be
liellered to Any Tart or t lie Clly,
CO MORRISON STREET, CORNER THIRD,
Has the FInet Stock of
Ami All Kinds of Goods for LadlcV Httlr-dres
In?, North of San FraucIeo, and at Ifentern
And All Kinds of Hair Work, at Shortest No
tice, and at lite
LOWEST POSSIRLE PRICKS.
THIRD STREET STORE.
HAVING PURCHASED MESSRS. TAYIvOR
HROWNELIS entire stock of MER
CHANDISE. I will sell the same, as well as my
own, consisting of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
ihju i m 1 1 o ris, 1 uts, etc., at a Miial 1 ad -ance
on cost for the nest sixty Days.
a wisnmy 10 engage in busineas l or-
1 . ir" ",J r,1,,re siock, anu will Rent Store
ami I Ixturei. on Reasonable Tenn
Third at.. South r Alder, Three Itoor
from Masonic Temple. tHl
SIAItCUSSt.SPAl-LBISO. MOHTOS M.8PAULDIX0.
Stalls Xos. 1 and 2, Central Market
Of all kinds.
Mess Beef and Pork, Hams, Bacon, Lard,
SS-ll Etc., etc., etc.
STEAM, SULPHUR AND VAPOR BATHS,
ror. tuf. ccbc of
Colds, Rheumatism, Mercurial Affections.
rpHE ATTENTION OF SUFERERS FROM
JL Coughs and Colds Is called to these Baths,
as one or two will remove tlie severest cold.
Warm, Cold nml Shower Rath.
SlearaorVaporBalhs.JI 00. WarmBathi.COc
LUDWIG WILHELM. Proprietor.
WiegandS old stand,
1-30 Washington street, near Front.
GEO. W. VOLLUM,
BLANK BOOK MANUPACTTJBEB,
tf FRONT ST OVER MILWAIN'a 40
IF YOU WANT
ITIne X o a k ,
OO TO 1
Coorgo A. Shoppard'B.
IF YOU WANT
Ccorgc A. Shoppard's.
HE MAKES A SPECIALTY OF THE TEA
IStrstxitss has one whole side of his store
DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO TEAS.
You can gelanylhlmr there In the line o( Tons
that ymi can call for. He has the only regular
Tat IH-partiueiit ever opened In tlie Stale.
Corner ul l'irsl nml Vaiulilll
ALL ORDERS CAREFULLY FILLED.
Send for a price list of Teas fo
2-W GEORGE A.SIIEPFARD.
Front Street, Portland.
rE ARE NOW MANUFACTURING, OF A
1 1 .Superior Quality, and ofler for sale,
IVIIOI.KS.VI.r. AMI ItET.VII
EXTRA FLOUR ;
HOMINY, Iirxe and
CORN MEAL, Yellow
BRAN, MIDDLINGS AND CHOP.
We have In our employ a man from Scotland
Who thoroughly understands his business, and
have been to creal expense In building n Klin
ror thoroughly dryliis the cmln.so that we can
guarantee our Oat Meal to keep for years In a
nr The Trade Supplied at the lowest livlnc
raies. uruers .which eo.
McLERAN .t STEBI-
WE STILL LIVE I
WE WILL SELL
Boots and Shoes
AT COOT FOR CASH -UNTIL NEW YEA R,
At the ign of the
1- C.VIIAl.IX A CO'N,
Flrat Street, under Om Finn Theater, Portland.
I- J. W. irCXME.
HACHENEY & STEMME,
CORNER FIRST AND MAIN STREETS.
HAVE JITST RECEIVED AND OPENED
out the Largest Stock of
Ever imported on thls W of Kan Franelfeo;
alwi Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Shrubbery,
iioou, iTOina, eic
Call and e.ainln our toek beforo huvlnr
eUewliere. Catalogue sent on application.
(OlAm House Block)
3IHS. A. J. ItlEI.Y, I'roprietor.
f PHIS HOUSE WILL HE KEPT IN FIRST
X Class order, witli attentive and obliging
servant. I am prepared to furnish good ac
commodations to the traveling publlc.nnd will
use every endeavor to merit me patronage 01
free uoaen to ine nouse.
Regular Hoarding at very low rates. 2-SP
3I.VKY 1. SAWTIXIE, ?I. I.,
BEING PERMANENTLY IX)aVTRD IN SA
Iem, oifers her professional services to the
public ami respectfully solicits tier share of
rartlrttlar Allrnllon Paid to HNcairs of H'umfB.
OFFICE At ResWenee.on Court street.
Next door to the Court House.
KRUMBIEN & GILBERT,
ARCHITECTS & DRAUGHTSMEN,
riMIB REST COUNSEL : The Rest Draughts-
men: me iiesi Jtouci woramen.and tlie
best Patent Agent at Washington: the only re
liable place to get your invention put inrousn
in snort nsiice. -wi
A. C. WALLINC,
Boole nml .Tol Pvmioi,
PITTOCK'S BUILDING, UP-STAIRS,
Corner, Front and Stark streets,
Work dene at RE.VSONABLE RATES.
DR. MART A. TIIOMl'SOX,
PHYSICIAN AND ACCOUCHEUR
"DESIDENCE AND OFFICE THIRD ST.
IV. between Salmon and Mnln, opposite the
Calls attend,! In nnv w .t .nl.. i i
Tlatterlos rrvr .i,..:,f i:.'ViV."-'-,.
... nmneur as a Kemedlal Agent, nl
. v. nnoKACOti.
u l.u.l A Vli II, IIOLPII Jt S10N,
ODD FEI.IXJWS TEMPLE, IORTLAVD
FRANCIS A. EFFINCER,
BOOK-SELLER AND STATIONER,
Corner Stark nnit Front streets,
2-HMI FERRY lVNDING.
Cor. Second nml Washington Sta.
HAVING RECENTLY PURCHASED THI8
Market, I am now prepared to sell on reas
onable term the ben Meats the country af
IMPORTANT TO THE LADIES!
T WILL SELL FROM THIS DAY ALL MY
J. Dry Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices, as fol
lows: -Wool JPlaia,
FORMERLY MofcSl W, AT S7!8!Ha,
FORMERLY c. AT S
ALL WOOL EMPRESS CLOTH,
FORMRRLY C74oes7Kc, AT foiJfe.
Will 1 sold from 23 cts. to $1 W per yaid.
Also, a Large Assortment of
While i ColM rialn i- Twilled Flannels,
Ottoman-Striped Shawls, Double Shawls,
RnoctiE Shawl Ii.CE Goons,
CHECKED, STRIPED AND FIGURED NAINSOOKS,
Ladles' S tblldrrn's Fun i Fur SatU.
I also liave a Fine Stock of
In Every Slisde.
Boys Suits in Waterproof & Casaimere.
A full assortment of Gents' Furnishing: Goods
STAR SHIRTS (open back) SOLD For t2 00!
I alto have a srent many other articles that
will be sold according to the times.
ca lie sure and call before purchasing else
where. R. HAMRURQER,
San Francisco Dry Goods Store,
1S1 First street, Portland.
music so? out:
JUST RECEIVED, A FINE AND LARGE
Published by the well known firm of
Schuberth & Co.
HALLET, OAVIS &. CO. PIANOS.
KO. WOODS A CO. ORGANS.
All Kinds of Musical Instruments.
Coll and Examine
Badgor's Music Store,
SNOW A ROOS' ART GALLERY,
1 73 l'lrst Street, Portland. IlCS
LADD & T8LTOW,
DETOHITS RECEIVED AND ACCOUNTS
kent suhlect to check on draft.
INTEREST nllowed on TIME DEPOSITSor
TRUST FUNDS, In sums of ONE DOLLAR
ii ui'i Aiur iroiii uaie 01 ueiiosii.
MONEY LOANED on unmoved security.
llonds. Stocks and other valuables received
on deposit for safe keeping.
Collections maile and proceeds promptly re
mitted. Investments In Ren! Estate and other prop
erly maue ior names.
Slcht anil Telesralile Exchange on San Fran'
cKcoand the Atlantic States for sale.
Government Securities bouht and sohL
Azentfnr the transaction or alt kinds of Fi
nancial and Trust Imslne". nl
So. 130 l'lrst Street
T)ER LAST STEAMERS, A GENERAL AS-
I . . r ... 1 II.... ......... -l.t.. ,n
BLACK AND COLORED ALPACCA,
J..Ml'111-..-Vl ( I.U1M,
INDIES KIDGUOVKS Extra Quality,
FURS A Ijinre Avortment,
MARSEILLES tn il.TS,
FRENCH FLANNELS All Colors,
TWILLED RED FLANNEL
BED COMFORTS, ETC., ETC.
Also, a Good Assortment of
HOOTS AND SHOES, J I ATS .VXD CAPS.
MEN AND BOY'S CLOTHING AND UNDERWEAR,
All of which will be soldcheaiiforcash. Please
call and examine before purchaslnjjclscwhere.
OREGON STEAM NAVIGATION CO.'S NOTICE.
TJOATS OF TIIE COMPANY WILL LEAVE
Jj Portland us iniiows :
l'or The Dalle:
Dally (Sunday except od) at S o'clock a. m.
Monday, AVcdnosday and Friday at S o'clock
Dally at 7)4 o'clock a. m.
ni; J. C. A1NSWORTH, President,
MRS. J. KINGSBURY,
just ritojr uritwpc.
AS OPENED A NEW AND ELEGANT
JL"I assortment of
In Wlesand's New Building,
CORNER THIRD AND ALDER STREETS.
Tlie I allies are respectfully invited to call.
YHOMTSON'S TWO-BIT HOUSE
PLENTY TO EAT!
Room Fore Am. !
Employer In want ol help .please, calL n.11
HUH. S. J. Ill'MSEY,
PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE PAINTER;
CAN BE FOUND IN HER STUDIO, on the
third floor of Corbett's New Building, from
iv . 7i. mi i r. at. oi eacn uay
. nfLrAsoNs otvmt is L.vNnscArj: Paint
PSHJS" "I3OIJ PATRONS AND THE
X Public generally to call at bis
NEW BUTCHER SHOP,
Washluirtou a!., one door east of Third
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE!
Unparalleled Inducements to Clubs
HE NEW NORTHWEST,
A Journal for the People,
DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF HUMANITY.
Arrancementt hare been made to secure the
Services of a
COMPETENT CORPS OF WRITERS
upon any and all subject! of Public Interest.
The New Northwest Is not a Woman's
Rlehts. hut a Human Hlzhts onran. deroted
to whatever policy may be necessary to secure
the greatest cood to the greatest number. It
Knows no scx,no poniic,no religion, no imrij,
nocolor.no creed. Its foundation is fastened
upon the rock of Eternal Liberty, Universal
Emancipation ana uiiirammeun i-rogres'ion,
OUR PREMIUM LIST.
an Inducement fnr ntir friends to make
exertions to secure large clubs for the New
ioirriiwE.ST,weoneriue iohowiub usioi i
m.iv.nip i invnnpra. m 9.1 ill ram. uixuui
nnnlfNl liv lhi cosh, we will clve the IIOME
SHUTTLE SEWINU MACHINE, without ta
ble, beautifully ornamented. ITlce. s-jj.
For thirty-five subcribers,at $J 6j each, ac
companied bythecash.we will give a HOME
SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, with Black
Walnut table, bronzed and nicety nnisncu.
ror iony suosrnocrs, oi, 9a w i-ucu, ti.,ii
panleil by the cash, we will clve a HOMESHUT-
TLE SEWING MACHINE, finished in extra
style, with Black Walnut table and cover.
The above Sewlnc Machine?, which are war
ranted nrsi-ciass in every particular, can w
seen at me omco 01 ueo. v. 1 raver, iii rroni
i-or nny suuscriocrs, at uu uacii, hccuiu-
panted by 1110 casn.we win kivo a jiAi-ur v
HAMLIN PORTABLE ORGAN, four octave
single reed, with black walnut case, automatic
bellows swell, iwo mow peuais, nnpniveu ceu
ter nressure reed valvej. tc l"rlce. $50.
For seventy-flve subscrlters, nt S3 00 each, ac
companied by the cash, a double reed MASON
A UA31I.i uiiw.:s ; rescmnips ine nrsi cx-
cepi mat 11 nas aio a Knit stop, i-ricv,
For seventy-five subscribers, at 5.1 CO each
necompanled by the cash anil twenty-rive
dollars additional, we will clve a 3IASON A
HAMLIN ORGAN, of five octaves, one
STOP, MELr-ADJCSTtNO KEF.n VALVES, IM
PKOVEU IIEI.IAWS. TKKMUI.VNT ANU KNEE-
For one nunureu .sunscriuers, ni pi w eacn,
and twenty dollars addtlinnal, we will give a
MAU .V IlA.lll.l.N UII.l., FIVE OCTAVES,
FIVE STOPS, TWO MKTS OF RtllltATOIW TIinOCOH-
OUT, IMPnoVKD CIKAPUATED SEI.K-AIUUSTIN11
ANU KNEE-SWELLS. VIOI.A, DIAPASON,
FLUTE, TREMUL.S.NT. Price, S1S.
Tliose who desire to work for these premiums
can send the names and money as fust as re
ceived. The subscribers will be placed to their
rredlt, and If enough names are not received
during the year to procure the premium de
sired tney can cnoosea ieserprcmium,oriney
will be entitled to receive twenty-tlve per cent,
in rash of the amount remitted for their labor,
OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST.
As The New Northwest hnsalreadr proved
a popular success, we are decided that ft shall
also prove aTKiOMPK.
TO cliauir our menus who mny ucciue 10 ciiu
vass for our naner to benefit lioth themselves
and us by increasing our Subscription Lists, wo
pmposc to give 111c louowing auuitiouai i-re-mluins
to canvassers :
Any subscriber who Is In arrears for me new
Northwest, who will send us his or her own
subscription fee, and one new subscriber, ac
companied by the cash ifi UO we will give :
j pair l'ariau jiaruie ase;
Or a Bohemian (Rasa Vase;
Or n Bohemian Glass Card Receiver;
Or J4 dozen Ivory Napkin Rings;
Or M dozen Plated Tea Spoons;
Or 1 pair Alexandre's Kid Gloves;
Or a Iidy's Fan, spangled, leathered edge;
Or n Bird Cage;
Or an Album for holding 100 picture;
Or an Album (extnt) for holding GO pictures;
urn F:mcv letter Caset
Or a box Toilet Articles. Including soap.
dial K, penumery, eic ;
ura itruannia 1&1 i-oi;
Or a Kerosene Limp:
Or li dozen Ghvss Goblets;
Or li dozen GlassTuniblere ,
Ora large Glass Fruit Dish;
Or n Work Basket:
Ora Fine Embroidered Handkerchief;
Or H dozen Linen Handkerchiefs;
Or a Woolen Table Cover;
Or 4 dozen Table Napkins ;
fir nn decant Portmonla.
Anv nbscriber who is iu arrears tor a Tear's
cniikcrintlon.and who will send his or her own
subscription fee, and two new subscribers, ac
companied by the cash making J9 00 we will
'a set of Rogers' Table Forks, triple plated, on
white metal, warranted:
Or a set of Rogers'TablcSpoons, triple plated
nr. whit., mntnl. warranted:
Or a set of Rogers' Tea Spoons, triple plated,
on white metal, warranted;
Or dozen liogers'.v ivuvmmi-s lauieiviuve!,
best quamy, wamun,
Any person In arrears for subscription to The
New Northwest, who will send his or her
subscription fee and three new subscribers, nc
mnii bvtha cash, making S12 00. we will
Lira nanusoiiiw ah
a h,nr uim. m Arsai I ICS WUl 1 1:
bra handsome Woolen quilt, red and while,
or blue and wiine;
Or two pairs of Nottingham Lace Curtains;
Or three pairs Alexandre's Kid Gloves, any
color or size:
Ora Japanese imam , ui
Or 13 yards best yd. wide Sheeting.
For teven subscribers nl 53 00 each, amount
ing to $21 00. we will send r
An extra Castor, triple plated, on white mcta!
valued at S9 00:
Ora Lady's Writing Desk, of equal value;
n-on VTtra Japanese Inlaid Work Box.
Th nrtlrles arc all valuable, and are war
ranted to be just as we represent them. Per
sons living in tuis en 3 wmvvum iuu3can
receive these articles from our own hands at an
hour's notice; or if not convenient to iitus,
we will send the articles by express to any ad-
difoorder or this kind will receive attention
unless the cash accompanies It.
Send money in I"ostofflce orders nt th cus
tomary rates of currency, orsenddrall If pre-
AMorders promptly attended to.
We sincerely hope that this unparalleled
offer, which is a new feature In the newspaper
business In Oregon, will meet with a hearty re
sponse from the many friends of pur paper,
who up to this time have seemed to fall to real
ize thatTltr New NoirriiWESTtannot be run
without money. Now Is the time to make up
clubs. Begin before some other person gets
the start of you. See what you can do for your
ILths Pabllc anJ Thk Nw Northwest.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
X H7L"5r GOODS,
MILLINERY AND FANCY QODDS,
Hat ANri Oents 1'i'RNisniNn Ooods,
Ladle mid Misses
TltLMMFD AND UNTRIMMED HATS AND
1'ramea, Brakl, Cord, Ornaments, Flowers
Ilrcss (foods, White Goods, Yankee No
Ladies' Cloaks, CloaK Trim
AGENT OF THE ELLENDAI.E WOOLEN
A Full Stock of Jllanl:el3, Yarn), Bea
ver, Tweeds and Cassimere.1
LATr.ST STYLES BY EVERY NTILVJIKIt
tar PARTICULAR ATTENTION iaW to
' LATEST IMPROVED,
j SIMPLEST, I1KST.
Llgbt K111111I11?, Kaslly Learned'
S Takes tho Preference !
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Gcncriil jV ST o 11 1
AT GRAY'S MUSIC STORE,
Odd Fellonn" Temple,
v2 Portland. nSS
101 First Street.
DELLIXGER kSc CO.,
Washington gt bet. Secand and Third,
rE MANUPAOTIIRE AN
A NO. I ARTICLE OF
And all kinds of Pastry nsuallvfound In aFIrst
BGoods delivered to any partoftheeltv
PORTLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
HOOMS-Corner First and Mark Stt.,
overlrfidd iTIItonS Bank.
Contains Oirr Tbrrr Tbousanil (holre UooVj
Over 100 Paper aud Magazines.
MEMBERSHIP FREE TO ALL.
Monthly Hue 81 OO-l'nynble (unrlerly
Dl rectors Wm. S. Ladd. P. C. Schuyler. Jr.,
51. P. Deadr, I II. Waketleld, W. II. Brackett,
A. C. Glbbs. C. II. Lewis, M. W. Kechbelmer, II.
Falling, I. Blum.
L. II. WAKEFIELD
P. C. SCHUYLER. Jn
M.W. FKC1III ELMER Corresponding Sec
IIENKY A. i.ki: i.ttirartnn ami i:ee. Src
M. 31. SOTJTIIWOItTII,
TTAS RE1IOVED FROM FRONT STREET
JUL to the
Corner of T. and Third Streets,
Where he may be found keeping a good supply
01 ine lfl
FINE TOBACCO, CIGARS, TIPES,
PATENT MEDICINES AND YANKEE NOTIONS,
Where he will be pleased to meet his old cu
tomers, and holds himself In readiness to wait
upon many new ones, and hopes by punctual
ity aud dealing In Just Weights and Measures
to receive a liberal share of patronage.
v2n2 M. M. S0UTIIW0RTIL
HENDEE'S PHOTOGRAPHIC ROOMS,
S. W. Cor. Morrison nnd Tlrst Sts.,
"PICTURES taken In nil the latest-tmd most
a. iniprovea styles, and not inferior to any on
me coast, woric well done and completed In
side of twentv-four lmnrs.
OBTlABlts and CmLDitE should be brought
. ,. t . v .uc "oi luauuijBiways uressea
in light clothes 'i-f
OR. VAN DEN BERGH'S
Sororotfrn Worm Sji'tip.
rpHIS TRULY WONDERFUL MEDTCINTS
J. Is warranted to expel all worms from the
Bowels and Stomach, except Tape and Chain
The proprietor has taken much pain to teat
the comparative merits of the principal "Worin
Medicines of the day, which, numerous a
Entozon thomselves, have oversprel tlie
lnn.1 ABAluilalmlnff In llflftlie lUISI Of
eiflc:'and, while we frankly acknowledge that
many orthem are olten snccessini.anu uo grew
Foolwen we not assured that this comijinea
advantages pos.essed by no other worm medi
cine. Its introduction at this late day uould not
nave been attempted.
Tlie pleasant taste and exceedingly small
quantity of this inedietne required to test the
existence of worms, or to remove every one
from the system Its operating in a few howrs,
unaided by any other purge, together with Its
certainty or enect.cnnstltnte it one o( the most
brilliant discoveries of the age.
Hail we space here, scores of certlOeMea
might be adduced to show its progressive and
rapidly increasing reputation for the last few
years; hut to promulgate its fame and estab
lish its character, we only ask for a trial.
Its speedy operation in all sodden attacks, as
convulsions, colic, tits or spasms, gives It an
unrivaled superiority. Sent by express an re
ceipt of price.
SYMPTOMS Or WORMS.
Alternate paling ami flushing or the ooon
tennnce, dull expression of the eves, drows
iness. Itching of the nose, a swelled upper lip,
tongue whltely furred and thickly speckled
wltli red polnts.feled breath, an enlarged belly,
a iwtrtiul or general swelling or purnngneaa of
tho skin, a starting in the sleep and grinding 01
tlie teeth, a sensation as ir something was
lodged In the throat, a gradual wasting of the
flesh, sickness of the stomach, vomiting, a
short and dry cough, appetite Mime times vora
cious at other times feeble, bowels sometimes
costive, at otiier times loose, great fretnilnesa
and Irritability nftemer, pains hi the stomach
and bowels, colic, tits, convulsions and palsy.
Its value in removing masses of crudities
from the stomach ami bowels of children, even
where no worms exit, cannot be too highly es
Prepared and sold, wholesale and retarl, by
DR. VAN DEN BERG II aud Agents In all cit
ies and towns.
Dr. Van Den Reich can be consulted on all
diseases that the human system Is heir to. IH
long experience In diseases of women anil
children cannot be surpassed by any physi
cian In the United States or Europe. Dr. V. ad
vises Indies troubled with any IrregnlarlUeaof
the Uterus to try his new remedies and get
By consulting ami undergoing a simple ex
amination the afflicted can learn If their dis
ease bo worms or not. At all events. Dr. Van
Den Bergli ean tell them from what disease
they are suffering.
consultations ana examinations ires m
Office IIoom.i TK and 30, over PoatoAee,
toners ueseriuing tne symptom win w
promptly answered, and person living at a
distance will lie saved the expense and trouble
of calling 011 the Doctor. Address
DR. J. W. VAN DEN BEHGII,
4.j p. 0. Bos 172, Salem , Oregon.
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TICASIO WATER-CCRE is situated In CaU
S lornia the healthiest Stale in tn Union:
ir.Un ....... . 1. huithiui 1 m ni.
and In Nicaslo Vallev a place combining alt
the advantages of climate and beauty of loca
tion. It is reached In a few hoars from San Fran
cisco, via either San Rafael or I'elaluma, and
mtieHts can, by special arrangement, nave
eay carriage, with bed, if desired, at very tow
rates, by application at Bay View Stables, Sinn
itanraei, or to ine livery stable nr rnrrinse.
Washington Street. Petaluma. oDuslt Ilnaak-
Stages leave .San Rafael, Mondays, Wednes
days and Saturdays, at 2 p. x.. Stages leave
I'etaiuma at tne same nonr, Tuesdays and
has facilities for successfully treating the sick
unexcelled by any cure. East or West
Tin: physicians are skillful, and they hays
had lontr exnerience in the Ilvrlcnl n n..i.t
of cliroiilu diseases. They employ tn atldlUoa
to the common Water-cure or Ilygienle treat
ment, KLECTHtriTY in liaths and, otherwise,
and inhalations of oxygkn-, whleh prove
very valuable In many easesof lung and thraai
diseases. Tliey also pay partirnlar attention
to all diseases I'Kcrji.t.vR to womkx. They are
well known as editors, for the last three Tean.
of tlie "Paeillc Journal of Health," a periodical
wnicn nas iiigu rans as one 01 ine oeatioiHHar
iieaun pajiers in me wmu.
We therefore confldentlr assert that In nn
place In the world can the sick receive, ar the
time nnd money expended, more substantial
benefit, than in the NlCASin WATga-CVKg.
DR. W. J. YOUNG,
JIILS. IIAUUY (lODI.EV .
FFERS FOR SALK HER .SUPKRBOTOCK
01 .iiuinery anu reutcy Goosls
AT A BARGAIN. -. t
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....... ... . uiit, nun w ii: ir mma miij sns
cont of the Billing health of the protBrtatar.
. i iKRnni mrareHB
MRS. HARRT GODLKV,
iiM Albany. OragOM.
S. M. MILLER,
LAST CHANCE, MULTNOMAH CO.. OGN.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, TOBACCO,
LIQUORS, VEGETABLES, W000, ETC.
oa- Opposite the head of Sauvlr 1 1sland.
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Attorney, Counsellor at Liw ami
EUGENE CITV ORBGOlf
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