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3 :Vgfy AreriT n, 18-1.
r . . SmSJaillr.w) nil nftmnts to
D i ihw vITTiu
-jftStteT said, 'give us some
'.oadJtoek. A Eugene cor-
tmjotM& Bulletin, under date of
yfiiSf!: "The railroad work
i iSIf above licre, all things
iftkav jftg.conSHIenition. Tliey-BtrucK
of fU AfniSSEi'1
.-a-: -ins; l&pne team can't pull tliatj
j ,U ijalSptwenty, but eieV 7t 'o
mjg(jtong".the line for thirty
0te bMhtsT6oiith being that of
BnOSM: Co:, who nave a sun-
viud a half miles in
eek.-r. Tlie brothers wneeier
fj Med bnfl sub-contract near tins
tu. rap?5IUng for tlie engineers
morSiiiues so they can take an
ggrrlsoit and "Watson have
nished one section of two miles
Tfrffc city, jnst a11 rock work. C.
A ki&4ltha$'-u- SS at work near
"' IjChmay'', and Richard
Jpjt'S'S uuTKCtfpieoe of seven stations
rT&rfBmvie'F, on the stage
iiuivuiui jir. jiauet are uis-
gfcecn the sub-contractors
Jne hundred and eighteen
5er Michael Connelly, in the
known as MeVny's Point;
sixty white laborers under Neil McNeil,
sonic two miles further on. This party
are known as the 'Bowld Sixty-ninth,'
and are making a great fill in a ravine.
William Hincwald, the 'war horse of
Scott Bar;' has some cightyrmeii- near
the widow Matlock's working in tho
adobe, where they hew the mud out
with an adze; and Charles Howe has a
forbe of thirty cutting off the point of
the hill somewhere above Rinewald."
TIeal Estate. The real estate busi
ness is more active in ths city now than
for many weeks past Messrs. Russell,
Ferry & "Woodward have disposed of
considerable at public auction, besides
negotiating one or two important city
sales. ' Messrs. Parrish, Atkinson &
"Woodward have concluded one negotia
tion of city property at5,000, and an
other at $2,200. Messrs. Stltzel & Upton
sold several lots on Holladay's Addition
at ruling figures, and one farm upon the
Coiumbla.river at $8,000 cash. This last
sajig(to,ajgentlcman just arrived from
iMilwaukie. "Wisconsin. Messrs. De
UiphihUtt, Burch & Merrick have sev
eral line bargains on their books, and
are doing an active business. Messrs.
Conklin, Illsley & Co, had many calls,
and a few transactions were closed.
Messrs. Rider, Moscowitz - & JRisley,
have some good offers to make the pub
lic So says the'Bullctin of a recent date,
A New Naval Station. We take
the following from the Oregonian: A
San Francisco paper says that Gen.
Alexander has left that city for Oregon,
for the purpose of making a thorough
survey of Pugct Sound and finally es
tablishing a military station at that
point. The party is to proceed up the
Columbia river, and make a report of
the geology and featuresof this portion
of the country, as yet" comparatively
unknown. Several profcs.sors of the
California State University, and Daniel
O'Connell a writer for the press, accom
pany the party. The survey is to be a
close and accurate review of this section
of the slope.
OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST.
j OKI'. Hi- r" :njr
r In 11 ll fiflin of poetry
1. .a I rmttea to its- wjttk "IJ-
pera to witlok I have sent it but Iau.
sanguine enough to think that if jiub
lished, it will raise its author to a
lilL'hcr snhcre than he has hitherto oc
cupied I send it with the addition of
several verses which I will mark If you
will send me your paper for G months I
will try and pay for it Jan ltt as I will
draw school money ricasc insert Direct
as above. W. N. G." AVe are com
pelled, for the sake of brevity, to omit
tho accompanying quotations from Ten
nyson and others, but the tribute to
"our niece" is so rich that we must
Called. We acknowledge a pleasant
call from A. C. Schwatka and wife (late
Miss AnnieGaines)duriiigthopast week
The Gain of a companion for life seems
to fill Mr. Schwatka's cup of bliss to the
brim, and we have no doubt the lady's
too. We wish them a pleasant voyage
m tue matrimonial cruise upon which
they have so recently embarked.
Ooxtkact Awarded. The Albany
rtegtitcr tys: Having been awarded
bli - 1 ntrBrt "'dishing the Oregon
itI- I 9orf Tentptar, m e ahull oon commence
Ji"t' 1 ''liOiiL
new type a?d an en-
Rev. R. J. Thorn usy.Ajflpf- Oto, of
the U. P. Church, arrHwd3n this cliy a
few days since. He will 'Ml the pteco
occupied by the late Rev. T. S. Kendall.
Ao iucultl'h a l Faii Tlie Second
Annual Fair of the Columbia District
Agricultural Society will be held at the
T)alles, to comifieiice September 10th,
and continue four days.
An Tup XEw'KoirrnwEsr has already proved
a popular success, we are decided that it Khali
aUo prove aTniL'Mrii. ,
To enable our friend who may decide to can
vass for our paper to benefit both themselves
and us by Increasing our Subscription List, we
propose to give the following Premiums to can
vassers : - '"
Any subscriber who Is In arrears for the If ew
NoitTHWxsT, who will send us his or her own
subscription fee, accompanied by the cash
M 00 we will give :
A pair Parian Marble Vases:
Or a Bohemian Glass Vase;
Or a Bohemian Glass Card Receiver;
Or yt dozen Ivory Xaplcln Rings;
Or dozen Plated Tea Spoons;
Or 1 pair Alexandre's Kid Gloves;
Ora spangled Lady Fan.leathercd edge;
Or a Bird Cage;
Or an Album for holdlngJOO pictures;-
Or an Album (extra) forholdlng';MpU:uro,i5
Or a Fancy Letter Case;
Or a box Toilet Articles, Including soap.
chalk, perfumery, etc.;
Or a Britannia Tea Pot; ' ; 1 " "
Or a Kerosene Lamp; OA ilOO
Or dozen Glass Goblets;
Or dozen Glass Tumblers;
Or a large Glass Fruit Dish;
Or n Work Basket;
Or a AVoolen Table Cover; .
Or J4 dozen Table Napkins;
Or i dozen Towels;
Or an elegant rortmonla.
Any subscriber who Is In arrears for a yenpJipA(jll'i0Q BOOT
subscription, and who will send his or ncr own
kubscrlptlon fee, accompanied by the cath.
making $9 00, we will send :
A set of Rogers' Table Forks? triple plated, oil
while metal, warranted;
Orn setofRogers'TnbleSpoons.trlple plated.
on white metal, warranted;
Ora f.etof RogcrsJ Tea Sjpoons, triple plated.
on white metal, warranted;
Or dozen Rogers' A Russell's Tablo ICnlves,
trlplo.plal ed, on white jnetal. warranted;
Ora' handsome RInl Cage.
Any person In arrears for subscription to The
New NoitTHWEST, who will send his or her
subscription fee and .three mjw subscribers, ac
companied by the cash, making H2 CO, wo will
A. tMuitlsniiic Marseilles Quilt
OrattMOsume Woolen Quilt, red and while,
Ora pTM of Table Cloths;
Or twannlrs of Nottingham Lace Curtains;
Boot and1 Shoe Manufactory!
Tlib Only Mnnufitctory I
LADIES' AND GENTS' FINE SHOES
Oil the Xorlheru Const I
gHOI-S OF EVERY CLASS
Made to Order on Short Notice,
Wholesalo and Retail.
ARE BEING n.ACE DAILY.
AND SHOE II01SK,
I'rotzmnii, UlIIlliMii .V Co.,
Corner First and Morrison Sts., l'ortlanJ.
The Sox-Toed Oxfords and Gaiters,
The easiest fitting SummcrShoc made.
August 1, 1ST!. lnl
rfUIIS REMEDY IS COMPOSED OF THE
i. Active principle of the link Weed, Eng.
Ttiasplum Conlatum Orlglnls, Lat. Indigenous
to Oregon. Grows most abundantly and per-
lecny in Washington county.
GO TO HEN DEE'S GALLERY
J7OR REMIl RANTS, P1IOTOGAPIIS, SUN-
jl rearm, uie-size t-iciurcs, auu
Pictures) of Kerjr Ornde,
Children's nnd Iidles' Pictures taken cheer
fully and satisfaction guaranteed. Prices mod
make room for it. Our poet says? "I
send the following suggested by the
presence of your niece
Arav of tight from Gods eternal treasure
down t rested on thy graceful person
. sayest and with unearthly measure
I In that IHvlnest vision
al played upon thy face
ned M'llh Heavens own gol-
noc with Immortalgrace
- wwtjajnl Iou r hearts beneath its ''koveregn
Tliy spirit lifted to the Eternal calm
With angels walked supernal nights Rubllmo
And Heaven came down tho Earthly "to em
balm Willi Sacred odors of the early Prime."
"Joaquin" Miller must look to hlsl
laurals. "We fear that he is hencefoHl
"nowhereJ' AVe trust that our strange
.i-icWn RiYation to a "higher sphere
lh: 11 h- has heretofore occupied" will
. J&m and Wag ks. From advance
UMUi' Dr. Xoryca's book, published
n 'Iwcr, we quote the following par-
as .ii-tnics' and laborers' wages in this
a examination of the market re-
ix 11 f Portland, and by drawing a com-
. ' r4'ii witli th6se of the cities and
' ' u (if the Atlantic States, we find
' 11' i it arly all articles of household con-
lnjtinn arc lower In prlco than any-
-tin tho cities and towns of the
""ho miliUiry authorities of the
altwrtticiit of Columbia purchase sup
r the troops of the Department in
P'Hrttao !, by contract, and according to
it met prices the cost of an armv
lias ranged from twenty-one to
ax cents tho last fouryears.
I In tho principal hotels in Port
1 Jit do per week: the chean hotels
ftlMlsnarding houses for laboring men,
SJWtuw 00 per week. Rents alone
tt1lig, which arises from the fact that
Kfl'Wveral months the influx of popula
te iy hasveren ted an excessive demand for
' ' "t'fcrancheS of meCllanlcal labor re
c . ttn three to five dollars per day.
V - pfage is about four dollars. Brick
li' .- ind stone maSons get $C 00; car
jh :i'. $4 00; machinists, iron mould-
!. :Hniths, and painters, S3 50 to
1 - Laborers'dn railroads get $1 To
li ; farm hands, S2o 00 to $30 00 per
n at: nd board; dcek hands, $40 00 to
month and board. '
jr. K. Annual Conference. Tlie
Nineteenth Annual Conference of tlieM.
E. Church of Oregon began itsses-iions in
this city on "Wednesday last, Bishop
Change of Firm. Geo. "V. Snyder,
a practical printer, has become associat
ed with Mr. S. A. Clarke in the publica
tion of the Salem Statesman.
Xew Dress. The Jacksonville 37ic
looks neat and pretty in a bran new
dress. The paper is a credit to ita nro-
feDK' Torair. AVc have for
ac beon aware that the lmlrant
ti8jTOhicli tlie people of this city
iiormiously taxed, was not fit for
E. But tho following, froinithe Orc
,IsdeeulodIv the toTiKSt' thins
imA throws 'nil llm 3fi?ia nf nnl
in Uie shade: "Mr. Thomas
wrJjbitcd at our office yesterday
iflf!d?wlVchcame tiirough his
uydtttttn ilay-pr two since. It is about
a8 lUQlluS-Jonir. hns n -ll ilnfinn
ted,TnJ15!lfther too lively in its
pngsmidUings and twistings to
JaiffirttWcathing to contemplate
EE00ED OF ES0ENT EVENTS.
"""A projected mim meeting; fortlfcpur
pose of examining frauds on the city
treasury of ew iork, has been post
poned for some reason, unexplained by
Assistant District Attorney Sullivan
in an address, Aug. 7th, defended the
city government from charges of finan
cial fraud and corruption. He charged
that the Republican party, when in
power in the State, paved "the way for
and perpetrated frauds, and that the
city authorities were ready to meet
their accusers face to face. Evidently
there Is commotion in the Tammany
Measures arc being taken for the more
efiective inspection of steamer boilers
the late disastrous explosion liaving
seemed to waken up the authorities in
regard to old and unsafe boilers. It is
'charged that only one of f lie United
States inspectors is a practical boiler
maker. Secretary Fisk thinks that the Gov
ernment should not be criticised for its
action on the Cuban .question.
A Herald correspondent, writing from
Rouen, says the Prussian occupation of
1' ranee is every day rendering tlie situa
tion more unpleasant. The strife and
bloodshed between a amall number of
"Germans and French people for theft
anu murders of private soldiers which
have taken place render the Prussians
more liarsh in feling. Tlie French Gov
ernment are said to have sent word to
Bismarck and Moltke to this effect, and
dwelt upon tho impossibility of restrain
ing a population unduly oppressed:
some of the Prussian commanders drink
to excess and encourage men who ue
firearms on small provocation, and that
if these troubles continue the settlement
of the war indemnity question would U
pair AlexandreKiiTGloves', any
color r size;
Or a Japanese Inlaid Work Box;
Or IS yurds"bcst yd. wfdo Sheetfng.
For seven subscribers at S3 CO each, amount
ing to 821 00, we will send :
An extra Castor, triple plated, on white wire,
valued at 9 00; " '
Ora Lad'x Writing Desk, of equal value;
Or an Extra Japanese Inlaid Work Box.
These articles are 'all! valuable; nnd .are war-
ranted to bo Just as we represent them. Per
sons living In this city or who can visit us can
receive these nrtlclesfrom our own hands at an
hour's notice; or If not convenient 10 visit us,
we will send the articles by express to any ad
No order of this, kind will receive attention
unless the cash accoinpaiilos.lt.
Send money In Postofllcc orders at the cus
tomary rates of currency, or send draft If pre
ferred. . - . .
All orders promptly attended to.
We sincerely 'hopcVthnt Oils unparalleled
ofTer, which Is a new feature In tho newspaper
business In Oregon, will meet with a hearty re
sponse from tho many friends of our paper,
who up to this time have seemed to fall to real
lzc that The New Northwest cannot be run
without money. Now Is the time to make up
clubs. Begin before some other person gets
the start of you. Sec what you can do for your
self, the Public and Tun New Northwest.
J. It. CA it i v. i:i. L.
X e nt ist.
Dextai. Itoovs No. sa First St., Portland.
BirThe Latoaud Improved Styles of work at
Reduced Rates. Nitrous Oxide Gas for the
painless extraction of teeth. lm'J
THE UNK WEED REMEDY,
Oregon Rheumatic Cure.
It contains an Active and Volatile Prlnelnle.
extracted by Ether, and a bitter Tonic Principle.
MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USES:
It Is the most sure and sneedv cure for
niiAtl.nnll.m ttliiixni.ll. mk.I I1
HICUIIIMlinill. UIICUIII.UU VXUUt- U1IU ItUCU Illilt IK
Pains of nil kinds that wasever Introduced into
the Materia Medlca. Tho UNK WEED REM
EDY, as prepared by us. In consequence of the
existing bitter principle, possesses the neces
sary vinue 01 Deni3 a
Promoting the Appetite nnd Invigorating the
while Digestive Ammrntus. thus buihllnir m
and strengthening the system, while at the
same lime 1110 volatile principle, wing nl
sorbed In the blood, acts Kncciflcnllv- on the
Ilheuinatlc Poison, removing It from the circu
lation ana system.
Tnere are few remedies Known to the Medical
Profession which will remove tho Rheumatic
Poison from the blood, but whose action Is so
jwwerful In depressing tho stcm of the al
ready enfeebled Rheumatic patient, tliat their
use nas 10 do auanuoneu rjerore speeinc cnects
are obtainable, nnd hence the want of success
in treating tins prevalent nnd consequently
heretofore Incurable disease. Unlike these
medicines, already known, the I'NK WEED
lii-.-Mi-.u 1 .aiinougu producing as active and as
powerful effects on the blood and system In re
moving tue itueiimaiici oisou, niso possesses a
strong Tonic and Itecuneratimr Element which
admits of its continued use even by the most
delicate and debilitated. Thus we have the
combination for tlie first time of these two
necessary elements in one remedy, which nc-
effects In Rheumatism, Rheumatic Gout and
Rheumatic Pains of all kinds.
N. It. Tho UNK WEED REMEDY Is partic
ularly APPL1CAUI.E TO LADIKX. In conse
quence 01 11s .tunic iuaiuics.
CLARKE, HENDERSON & COOK,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Ladles' an! Grot's KnrnWMng Goods if.. If.,
Cor. First and Washington streets,
Portland. Oregon. 1 n2I
SHADE & CO.
T5ESPECTFITLLY INFORM THE 1'1'llLIC
J.V Hint they have established n
PIONEER DYEING AND SCOURING BUSINESS
In this city, nnd arc prepared to receive orders
for Dyeing nnd Cleaning Undies' Dresses,
Cloaks nnd Mantles. Also, Damask Curtains
and Gents' Clothing. Work done In the best
stylo and Warranted. Kid Gloves neatly
Cleansed. Plenseglvc us a call at our Dyeing
Establishment. First St., Isetwccn Oak nnd
Ash. opposite the Oregon Ilakery.
July zi, 1JI. vinii MitAiir; iu.
BOARD AND LODGING.
LADY HAS OPENED A
BOARDING AND LODGING HOUSE
For Mechanics nnd Laboring Men. on Salmon
Ktreet, between Front nnd First. She respect-
luuy Milieus a snare 01 fuouc iaironage.
On rriiiva stveet,
Between Morrison mill Ynnililll,
AT JOHN WILSON'S
CH ANIlGTi ClJVYST.,
San Fiuvscisca J
( BnASCH, 121 FikstSt., J
I I'OlCTlNO, UI15.
JMCxxslc Fixtol 1 ffiTi or
Importernud Dealer In all kinds nf
Sole Asent for the I'ncllic Const
STEINWAY'S AND OTHER FIRST-CLASS PIANOS,
. .AND. .
Tlie "Bui-tlett" Oi'crnuM,
CAN BE HAD:
I WHITE COODS-Plaln. Cheek nnd Striped
.snmsouK, isoit rjnisncu vaiuunc,
lllshnp I .aw ii, Victoria lawn, Swiss
Mull, Hair, Cord and Checks, Twilled
ixing iioiu, reque.tic.
CORSETS-In Wlilte nnd Grey. The best
assortment ever oncred in una Jiar-
Ket all sires and prices.
HOSIERY English, French nnd German. In
ominary unu cxiraicugins, tor uiuu-n.
Misses nnd Children: Gents and
Roy's Hose and Underwear, etc
Uinilfl wnuuric jiniiuKerciueis, ii.kiu.
iiPininoi nni iiem-siiienen, linys-anu
Gents' Hemmeil. ChlldreuV IJncn
Rraided Suits, Dress IJncn, Tabic
BLACK nPFSS SILKS "American Gros
liraiu," "wnrrameu not io crucic or
change color.underthe severest usage,
I SUNDRIES-'.". Pnraols (silk nnd at-
IKtrui, line s.imyr tvnit rnnwis,
sdins' Paper Collars (a prize In each
boxt. Lace Oollnrs, Ruldier Cloth, Silk
liullons. inmniinganu .vasn luiibons
Velvet Ribbons, 1 Jsle Thread Glove;
NEW COODS-Opcncd cveo- week. n!2
I Bmplro Baliory
the idea of a drink of
Mr. Frazar has the
tUodin lt native element
isvnfr mid If. Renmo 111...1.. j
Lwaiu eiauu a iew inmisnml
itiilm In n ili-oii.i.sv
watur, but ajiine-inch, writhlnK, twist
ing, otyorting serpcut Is just a little too
TltEMOVE TO 1'OP.TLAND. Sir. J. K.
fiill, ofHalero, book dealer, is soon tore-
)Ye tujL uriiauu.
The most original and modern tem
perance law is tliat Just passed by the
Connecticut Legislature. It is a bill
which renders null and void all busi
ness dealings for liquors enables the
purchaser even of a glass of whiskey
10 recover uuck me ten ceum nepaysior
it! declares null and void all sales,
transfers, contracts, quit claims, mort
gages, attachments and liens, made in
consideration (part or whole) of the sale
or any spimous uquor; manes mil ana .. . v,rs,niL IVSTRIIMFATS
The Best in the World!
PIANOS AND ORCANS TO RENT,
And rent applied lo purchase.
Washington. St., bet. Second and Third,
void all leases of premises if liquor
eold on them: punishes by line of $100
or a month In jail (or both) the sale of
liquor to any minor under eighteen
years of age; makes the person whosells
responsible for all damages done by
urunKen men, aim iierniius any mAiay
cr to sue suchsellerwhcneverthednnk
er nouses his family. Other stringent
A naughty little boy blubbering be
cause his mother wouldn't let him go to
the river on Sunday, upon belngadmon
ished, said: "I don't want to go a
swimmin' with 'em, ma. I only want
to go down and sec the bad little boys
drown for going a swiunninV
Tunes! nnd Repaired.
FOR FIVE YEARS.
A NO. 1 ARTICLE or
Every Toiin In
T 8 f450
Catalogue and Price IJst sent free on appli
cation lo i. 1. Wtl'KAXH,
Manager Gray's Branch Music Store,
121 First St., Portland, Oregon
August l(Ig7L lull
And all klndsof Pastry usually found In n First
.I Ai v
Stitzel & UPTON
REAL ESTATE BROKERS i
CORNER FRONT AND WASHINGTON STF
A JOURNAL TOR THE PEOPLE,
Asenis ior mc saic 01 lois .inaimoiis ,u
OEVOTEO' TQ.' THE INTETESTS OF HUMANITY,
M-m OtTR PATRONS AND
I Generally deslrlnc to make HAJi'&.BlMl KK
LIABLE INVESTMENTS IN RKAIaJtOi'-
ERTY.we be? Knve at this tlmeto !SII your
mteiitlou to this Desirable Tract, whlnti has
been subdivided into Blocks and Lots, snd is
now In the market, to be soIdlnAItflraai' Lou
and Blocks. Lit
No one has ever visited this bodyiof ilfrnd bu :
what will say that it Is the mostleJUjIb;- tr
Suburban Residences of aii;'olIerWJiln tl .s
market, the laud navms a KraunaiBipjie .rom
the river back to Seventeenth SCJthfere Wti g
. .... nn.. lltru.lr In 1 lin .n f 1 M t mtt tinr.w lijif
Will boilssuedibu, Fr'iday.of- every week, com-1 Fair View of the City of Portland ondVthe Wil-
utM' m .(-n : -
It- . -f-n
lamette river can be had.
Our Intensely1 Interesting Serial Story,
We are aware of the fact that It is Generally
an easy matter to procure certificates attesting
the ctneacy of patent remedies from a certain
class of ttiose who use them. We have selected
the following lieeau.se the names attached to
them nre those of men or the most careful and
scrupulous character, nnd because the lnre
class of their acquaintances In Oregon will not.
ior a momem, accuse or suspect mem or any
exaggeration lu tho statements they may
Certificate from tho Deputy Jailor of Mult-
uoiuau muuiy jail:
City Jail, Portland, Orecnn,
June 7. 1S71. i
Dr. A. M. Loryea Co.: I was attacked Willi
a severe case of rheumatism. It wns In my
mucus, nips, uncers, suouiuer unuie inuoti in
all the Joints of my body I suffered crent naln
and nuculsh. I was attended by a regular phy
sician, but with noeireet. I was Induced to try
your Unt Weed Remedy. and it Immediately
cured me up. I consider It, from my exe-
rience, tue uesi remetiy lorrneumnusni Known
ji.nir.ii t. i l ns tui, iepuiy jauor.
Tills is to certify that the above statement!
correct to iny own icnowiedze.
JOHN P. WAHD.Jallor.
Alta California Book nnd Job PrlntingOtllce, ")
US California street, V
San Francisco, June 1, 1S71. J
Dr. A. M. Tyme, .t fi Vnr v.-m 1 v.tnrtt
have been subject to rheumatism In my right
arm and shoulder, rendering me unable to
work. On a recurrence of the attack, some
time since. I wns induced to try your "t'nk
Weed Remedy," and the result was n perfect
cure in a few days. I took only two-thlnls ni
the contents of one bottle. My firm belief Is
Hint the "I'lik" is n certain cure for rheuma
tism In all Its forms, ami I would heartily rec
ommend an nraictot wun tliat tl read nil dl
ease to try your "Remedy" nnd lie cured.
j.nu. it. JICLANl-
Certificate of A. R. Shinier. Eso.. sneelal eon
trlbutor to the "Willamette Fnrmer," nnd Sec
retary ui iiiu u recou jioriicuiiurui society:
Oswego. Oregon. March M. 1S71.
Dr. A. M. Loryea: Some lour weeks ago I was
entirely umstntted with rheumatism: In fart I
was almost helpless. I sent to vou for one 10-
ouncc bottle of the "Unk Weed IUMiicdy," by
iieuseui which i e.speneneeu almost imme
diate relief, and by the time the Imttle was
gone thu rheumatism was gone. From mv
own cxjierlenee, and from what I have heard
others say who have used tiie l'nk Weed, I
ueiievii it io iw a certain cure ior rneumniisni.
Yours respectfully, A. R. HIIIPLEY.
Certificate from Hon. V. J. Dtifiir. oT-I"resl-
dent or tho Oregon State Agricultural Society
and author of "Statistics of Oregon:"
East Portland, April 1, 1871.
Dr. A. M. Lorycn A Co.: I was afflicted with a
severe attack of chronic rheumatism; was con
fined to my bed most of the time from January
to July, when I used the Unk Weed and It
cured mc up. A. J. DUFUR.
Certificate from James Bvtiee. tho celebrated
took-grower and "King of the Oregon Turf :"
Snuvle's Island, January II, 1S71.
To Dr. A. M. LoircaiCo.: Tills Is to acknowl
edge the efilcacy of your "l'nk Weed Remedy,
or Oregon Rlicumatlc Cure." I was ntnictcd
for months with a very serious attack of in
flammatory rheumatism, and tried nearly all
of tho so-called rheumatic remedies without
nny relief perceivable. I then tried your
Remedy, and Its use resulted lu the most happy
effects a perfect cure. Truly yours.
Certificate from the well-known merc'iant.
O. W. Weaver, Esq.:
The Dalles, May 25, 1ST!.
Dr. A. M. Lorvca A Co.: I have used the "Unk
Weed Remedy," nnd can cheerfully recom
mend It to iersons afflicted with Inflammatory
rheumatism. It cured me of that disease. My
hands, wrists, ankles Indeed, nil my Joints
were swollen and very painful.
v. W. WK.VVt.lt.
Certificate from Hon. Nat. II. Lane. Pilot
tmmissionerni urcgou,anu a mcmuerni tne
City Council ol East Iortland:
East IVirtlan.l, April 19. 1S7I.
Dr. A. if. Iir-oa .t: Co.: I have lieen attllcted
for seveml years past with "weakness in the
back," nnd wandering rheumatic pains, nc
romnanled bv severe constlnation. By the use
of one bottle of your "Unk Weed Remetiy, or
Oregon Rhcumntlc cure." I nave been entirely
relieved, aim t cueeriuiiy rccominenu it as a
most valuable aim eueciivc remetiy.
.A f m IT.... - 1 .1 . ... .. T"! 1 .1 t , ..
memlier of the City council of East Portland:
East Portland. Anril 7. 1S71.
Dr. A. M. Irvea Jt Co. Gents: This Is to in
form you that I have used your"l nk Weed
ior neuralgia ami rneumaiic nains. aim louuu
relief from the use of only one bottle, and can
recommend It to those In need of such a rem
edy. Yours, GIDEON TJBUKTTH.
Certificate from Hon. K. Oulmhv. ex
County Commissioner of Multnomah county,
East Portland, April 1, 1K7I.
Dr. A. if. T.orvn .1- t'lt; 1 linrf.iistfHl tlit "ITnlr
Weed Remedy," nnd am satisfied It Is a valua
ble medicine. It remilnles nnd Invigorates the
system. This is my experience with the Rem-
euy. Truly yours, E. L. CJUIMBY.
Certificate fmm fill nnleliraln.1 ntiiclolfin
i it, i. win, leuxiemps;
Oregon Musical Institute,
Portland. May i2. 1S71
Dr. A. M Ijiryea A Co.: I was nttarked with
severe Inflammatory rheumatism, suffering
great pain, and was so Droit rated that I was
unable to tend fnmvtmsliirx. I used one lif-
J,tle of your "Unk Wce.1 Remedy, or Oregon
'iuiruiiiHiic t- ure," una svas eniireiy cureti oy
It alone. tlTTO VIEUXTEMPS.
A Plain Story of a Plain Woman,"
Will begin In the next Issue, May Lah, and be
coutlmusl durlng.thu currentj-ear. Copyright
secured. u .-. -:."
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Arrangemcnu have been made to secure the
Services of a
COMPETENT CORPS OF WRITERS
upon nnyand all subjects of Public Interest.
It is our aim to make our paper sreosn to
NON ' we have sfartn) rtnt in rprv awr-ma
W intend to deserve It, and we know it lsat-
w,,'?,evf.r "'"I' the amelioration of the
. .ikius i-copio, oe tney Men or Women, shall
receive prompt attention.
w .EMr nrrtlWTr Is not a Woman's
itiKiiiK, iiui a uuman itiguis organ, devoted
to whatever policy may lie necessary to secure
tne greatest good to tlie greatest number. It
knows no sex.no iiolltlcs.no religion, no party,
no color, no creed. Its foundation Is fastened
hkjii iiiu ns.-s. oi i-.iemai i,ioerty. Universal
Another advantage this proDCrtr Kill have
I for residences : No high water wlll'eWr ii fieri
the drainage of the city. lh
TnE O. t C. R. R. CO-S NEW FEKm: 1 vT
Is now making regular trlra fromjho f '
F St.. Couch's Addition, to tho footoffer .
St., Holladay's Addition. ,rp
IMPROVEMENTS TO BE MAM:
Aside from irljrantle lmnrovenieKlS'now i
I coutcmplatlon by tne Railroad Cotnpr -. . .i
IHC tllttrUt tl" .Mi.uuu-
Machine Shops, quite a number of eltta a- s"-.i i
commence erecting Fine Residences al i..s
lness Houses. Also, street ImproVehlMit un
Avenuelts entire length, to connectWlU ti-
S;ndy road. We can say thatatapashlfal
1 Million Dollars will iwcJlicnut-uiuwitissn'-ii.
improvements on this AddtlontU8ipriiTiii
season. . tJetal)
Terras or xiie :
Forlv rer cent. cash down: deferred put-
Iments, six and twelve months, withllntei .
the rate often per cent. ier annum.
NO QUESTION AS TO TETiJi!
STITZEL & UPTOH"'
OfTer for sale a large amount of PORTLANf '
and EAST PORTUVND RESIDENCE ai.d
BUSINESS PROPERTY. "
nirties wishing to purchase farms or lands
will be conveyed to them and shown the same
free of charge and at all times to' sal: the
convenience of our patrons.
A large amountni cnoice r.iiJUu i.a.n .
for sale situated In Multnomah, Was Jnton
Yamhill, Polk, Benton. Lane, Marion. Clsek
amas, and other counties of this Stat -. For
PRICE LIST call at our office. A
FOR SALE: ' "fft
Eighty Acre Lot forsale.adlolnlngHolUday's
Addition on the east. Apply tofStiuel
Five and Ten Acre Lots for saletadjoir. i.
East Portland. on reaionable terrnSr""Atil to
Stltzel A Upton. 'nfctfX
t-ive ami tweniy jvcre iik lor-saie fin Ti-e
McAdamized road three miles Bhuth ir :.
city iiiuito. Apply to Htlizcl i Upton,
FARMS TO RENT.
We have a number of Improved Faftifc. siti;
nted In Washington county, fromlfoiuteeii t
wenty miles of Porland. i4
WANTED. i frfrf
At this office. Immediately. fromVTwo to
Three Hundred Dwelling HouseiRIMtriated in
Itortlnnd and East Portland. Tenaritfr,sTaIllng
patiently. nl STITZEL A UPTON.
Emancipation and lTntrnmmplfxi Pmvm.L!Ai.
Concfous of tlie responsibility iinf n
upon us, and determined to do our duty, we for
the present leave our cause with a Discrimin
ating M. 'I 111.
OUR PREMIUM LIST.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
ID DEL "E" GOODS,
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
Hats and Gents Furnishino Goods,
As an Inducement for our friends to make I LndIcV riiiI Misses'
CYertlfitis lit KM-tin' t!tnl IllhM f,,r tlm Vt-u. I
NoimiwnsT, we offer the following list of val-1 TRIMMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS AND
uanie premiums :
ror twenty suliscriben. at S3 CO each, accom
panied by the cash, we will give the HOME
SHUTTLE SEWINU MACHINE, without ta-
uic, ucaiuiiuiiy ornamenteu. iTiee. gal.
For thlrt5--flve subscribers, at t m each.ne-
comiinnlcd by the cash, we will give a HOME
SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, with Black
Dronzcu anu nicely nmsiieu.
Frames, Braids, Cords, Ornaments, Flowers.
Ribbons, Trimmings, etc.
Dress Goods, White Goods, Yankee No
For forty subscriliers. at 1 (10 each, necnm
siyie, wun niacK walnut table ana cover. LualOS' WIOaKS. JIOurv Trim
Price, $.1U. ,i-
The above Sewing Machines, which are war
ranted first-class In every particular, can be
seen at the ofllce of Ueo. W.Traver, 112 Front
street, i oniaiin.
f or nuy sunscriocrs, at S3 iw cacti, accom-
AGENT OF THE ELLENDALE WOOLEN
ranleil by the cash, we will give a MASON 4
IAMLIN' TORTABLE ORGAN, four octave.
single recti, with black walnut case, automatic I J if; vn-r. nf dii..i. r
lwllows swell, two blow pedals, improved cen- iocl- f UlanLetg, lorn, Bea
vers, 1 weeds and vasstmer&s
ter pressure reed valves, etc I"riee. SOL
For seventy-five subscribers, at S3 U0 each, ac
companied by the cash, a double reed MASON
v ji.3ii.is uitti.vjs ; rescmoies tne nrst ex
cept that It has also it knee stop. Price. 373.
For seventy-five subscribers, at S3 00 each,
accompanied by the cash and twentv-tlve
dollars additional, we will give a MASON
HAMLIN ORGAN, of FIVE OCTAVES, OSn
STOl", SCI.K-ADICST1NO KF.KI) VALV2S, Ilt
ntOVED BELIOWS, TEEMCLAUT .VND KJTEE-
awELt- Price. Sluu.
For one hundred subscribers, at i-1 00 each,
and tweniy dollars additional, we will give a
MASON A HAMLIN ORGAN, MVE OCTAVES,
vive stops, two sirrs op kiiiuatoils through
out, mrnovr.n okadvateu selp-adjustino
AND KKEE-WELLS. VIOUV, DIAPASON,
FLUTE, TREMULANT. Price, JUS.
Those who desire to work for these premiums
can send the names and money as fast as re
ceived. Tho subscribers will be placed to their
credit, and If enough names are not received
during the year to procure the premium de
sired tney can cnoosea lesser premium, or tney
will be entitled to receive twenty-five per cent.
lu cash of the amount remitted for their labor.
LATEST STYLES UT EVERY" STEAMER.
TUST RETURNED; FROM SAN FRAN
tl Cisco wirhn large and Splendid Stock of
PUT UP IN TEN-OUNCE BOTTLES,
Our Doltnr. nml Fifty Out per Itottle.
PREPARED AT THE
OREGON MEDICAL LABORATORY,
TXR. LORYEA & CO.,
EAST PORTLAND, OREGON.
ITUoods delivered to any part of the city
3 For Sale bv au. Drucqistb.
SILKS, WORSTED GOODS, GRENADINES,
I mail Ul tlie .tliiuuill. n-lliltttrti iui tui-ir mwi, I n A,
Persons desiring to thoroughly canvass a par-1 Japanese Silks, Poplins, Alpacas, Lawns,
tlcular district will please notiry us, tnat we i t.ni.
mnv nuhllsli llielr names and the district they I jmraenie, tie.
Intend to canvass.
Agents canvassing for cash premiums are I ...Also...
cuuilBlluincsuntiKi v., , T .mi.,,1 Tl.lf..l A . ,
by themselves from meirsuuscnpiion lees. i unuiw
evVr famll,- liT'oSgon ind Washington Ter- MILLINERY QOODS, RIBBONS,
ti. nfimn nf pvprr yearly subscrilier will be I x,: T n -ni -
sent to the proprietors of Woodhull Clanin-s x.av.cS, XilC,
Crr''" r''nUn. 'vu gVa V for Of every variety and description.
three months. or until jou get ready to sub-1 . ii,J. , . ,
scriheforlt. loiwn uuuus, taras.uis ana Kiu uioics
We are on the eve ot great ana wonucnut
political changes, and the papers which fear-
lesly advocate tuese cnangra are iu puiiers
ror tne times.
CLUBBINQ W!THQTHER PAPERS.
Tho San Francisco Pioneer nnd New Nonrn-
WST will oe scut one year ior m ou.
The Revolution and New Northwest will
be sent one year ior SI 00.
Or the Pioneer, Revolution and New No cm -
Wfrr win oe sent one year ior so ao.
We hope our friends everywhere will avail
themselves of the opportunity thus offered to
secure us a large circulation.
C. W. Russell, of Kalama, W. T., Is our au-
tlinHl n cotlf firtlinr Irttlttv
-V. N. Arnold Is nnthorlied to attend to all
business connected with the New Nortuwest
in Albany, Oregon.
Ol the best quality.
JEWELRY, FANCY GOODS, ETC
On hand and made to order.
CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' CLOTHES
Of all descriptions.
I Bill ,1f
by every Steal
; Rcs'siic R,fp .