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2s515 MOvtlHiJCBl liver a free lecture, this evening, at Oro
...SEPTEMBER 1, 1871.
land caught fire by an act of crtrelessnc&s
on ii. iwrt of -a road supervisor. Tlio
Fires. Fires of late have been quite
frwinont around Portland. Last Monday
the woods in Carter's Addition to Port-itlyity according to thoanc,lent rules, of
'ino Hall, on Astronomy, Astrology,
Free Masonry, Mythology and the Bi
ble, showing the intimate relation which
these subjects have to each other. Also
"cast a horoscope" and delineate a Xa-
Astrology. Teachers and students in
Astronomy, clergymen -aridhnntliematl-
flre at night presented a scene rarely j clans are especially invited to he pres-
equaled for grandeur and beauty and
threatening danger. 'I lie Joss caused la
this fire amounts to considerable, quite
a quantity of cord wood belonging to Mr.
Carter being consumed by the devouring
element. The houses of some wood
choppors wore burned, their families
having barely time to evacuate the
premises. This fire, with its attendant
loss of prbpdrty, is the result of culpable
carelessness, and should servo as a warn
ing against setting out fires at this sea
son of the year, when the underbrush
catches as easily as tinder.
Oregon Wool. At the Mechanics'
Institute Fuir in San Francisco there is
on exhibition some of the woolens of
the Oregon City Mills. The San Fran
cisco Bulletin, in commenting upon the
superior excellence of these fabrics, says
of Oregon wool this: "Oregon fleeces
command 3S(10 cents. The superiority
of the Oregon fleeces js in "thofac.t of
tiioir being cleaner, and of longer staple.
The lack of rain in California compels
widi-growors to shear twice n'lyear,
while in Oregon the larger amount of
rain allow of n full year's growth."
ALBANY COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE
The Albany Collegiate Institute will
open September 4lh, with the following
Faculty : II. K. "Warren, A. M., Presi
dent and Professor of Natural Science
and Mathematics; Rev. E. II. Geary,
p.,fD.,jPrpfcssor of Ancient Languages,
French, and Lecturer on Philology and
Jithics; Edward F. Sox, Professor of
English Literature and Assistant Pro
fessor of Mathematics; Miss Louisa
Quackenbush, Teacher of Instrumental
MoMe. A prosperous you is suitieipated.
Fn:E Raoi.vc The Van- .jver Beg
tsirr says mat a remote rtir is raging in
the woods near the I .a kam-. On Aug.
J3d ome of Umj fam-ir tJ.i-rcabout
weiK inv imminent danger of losingtheir
barns and dwellings. So close was the
enemy in. one. instance that those work
ing near a bam were compelled to.coyer
themselves with wet blankets as a pro
tection from the intense heat. As yet
no harm has been done other than the
burning of fences, but it-would not sur
prise us to'hear of more serious loss.
'A New Resort. The Albany Dcmo
orwisays that many pleasure and health
seekers now visit the Soda Springs at
E$8k Mill, about IS miles from Albany,
onjithe Santiam, which is becoming
tyuiiS a fashionable resort. Two board
ing houses are in operation there, where
excellent accommodations may be had
"JfPtlic very reasonable sum of $4 per
ent, as well as all who arc desirous of
"more light" upon the mysteries of the
Improvements is Portland. We
learn from the Orcgonian that the num
ber of stores, dwellings and business
houses erected this year, or now in
course of erection, is three hundred and
thirty-three More than a million of
dollarsflvilliboLoxpQndcd upon buildings
and street improvements this year. And
yet there is not scarcely a house to let in
Navigation ok the Yamhill. The
steamboat Dayton continues to make
regular trips up the river as far as Day
ton. Some diillculty is met with, how
ever, and in some shallow places much
exertion is required to get the boat along.
New Book Store. Bancroft &
Morse, wholesale and retail dealers in
books and stationery, will open their
tine store next door to the post-oftice on
Monday next. Advertisement will ap
pear next week.
frightful Bailroad Disaster.
A frichtful accident occurred on the
night of tlio 26th of August, on the
Jastvm Railroad, at Revere, a point
seven miles from Boston. The accom
modation train started behind time, and
while stopping at the station at Revere
the Portland lightning express over
took it and telescoped it, killing twenty
one passengers outright, including three
women, and wounding forty or fifty
more. The cars took fire and were con
sumed. Most of the wounded were
scalded and their limbs fractured. The
killed and wounded belonged mostly to
Lvnn and Salem. The rear car was
crowded with people, every scat being
occupied and many staudlng in the
aisle. Among these the locomotive
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE ! PORTLAND ADVERTISEMENTS.
Unparalled Inducements to Clubs!
The New Northwest, Boot and .Shoe 'Manufactory!
a jornxAi. roit the people.
OEVOTED TO THE INTETESTS Of HUMANITY.
Onr Intensely IntcrestlnsSeri.il Story,
A. I'Inlu Story or n Plain Woman,"
Is now being published from week to week, and I
The Only MmiufUctory
LADIES' AND . CENTS' FINE SHOES
On he Xorthcru Coast !
gHOES OF EVERY CLASS .
Made to Order on. Short Notice,
Wholesale and Retail.
PMJbi W STYLES
ARE BEING MADE DAILY.
An Oregon GitAiWATii Sylvester
W. Rice, of Douglas county, a graduate
of Harvard, has just returned home. He
was one of the Harvard Crew in the
memorable boat race with Oxford in
Shultz. It is reported that this no
torious desperado and robber, who made
his escape from the penitentiary some
time since, recently passed through
Southern Oregon on his way to Califor
nia. Annual Convocation. The Nine
teenth Annual Convocation of the Epis
copal Church for Oregon and Washing
ton Territory commenced its sessions
last evening at Trinity Church in this
Locomotives. Two small locomo
tives for the Northern Pacific Railroad
are on the way to Ivalanui from San
Francisco. They are to he used in the
construction of the railroad.
ruslieu as quick as a liasn just as me u attracting universal attention. A limited
JJevcrly train started, mangling ami Uniiply or back numbers yet on hand.
Killing uieni in -a most, mguuui mau-
ner. himultaneous With tlie collision, Arrangements have been made to secure the
the head cap or tne boiler uroKe, anu in service 0f n
an instant the wretched sufferers were
shrouded in a cloud of hissing steam, COMPETENT CORPS OF WRITERS
SfclSffg S? ? "Ponanyanda.l.ubotPubncInte.
injured. The lamps spilled their con- Rs". Imt a "uman ulB,lU "ra"' Ue
tents, but the fire, if any, wasundoubt- to whatever policy may be necessary to secure
cdly extinguished by water and steam. creatcst eood to the Breatcst number, it
Although the Reverlv train was just k"o sox.no polltlcno religion, no party,
moving when the collision took place, nocolor.no creed. Its foundation Is faMcned
the motion did not prevent injury to the ui ,ue rock of Eternal Liberty, Universal
cars" in' front. Tlie coupling between Emancipation and Untrammelcd Progression.
the two rearcarsbroke. and the platforms
of all of them jammed up together with
the smoking car, overlapping the lug
gage car, and mis and timbers mixed
inextricably. Fortunately the entan
glement wis not so great but that pas
sengers succeeded in getting out quite
speedily. Jiappuy lor them tney uitiso,
ror the Kerosene lamps were unset ami
the contents spilled on the upholstery,
and instantly the smoking car was in a
blaze. Tlie llamas traveled with great
speed from one car to another until
three of them were embraced in the fiery
The dead and wounded were taken out
carefully, and speedily placed on n plat
form or in the denot. Some were
pinned with splinters, some had arms TLE SEWING machine, finished in extra
anil lejrs uroKen, sum others were man- "- "'"ck auiui tamo ana cover.
cled bevoud calculation many, in fact l rice, sen.
a majority of the dead, were apparently T1, 'mve Scu-ins Machine., which are war
free from bruises, but the peeling Of the ranted tlnd-class III every particular, can be
skin, and tlie deathly pallor which over- "" t tho oaice or tieo. w. Traver, 112 Front I Xhe Box-Toed Oxfords and Gaiters,
.-preau tne iaec anu uesu, ioiu i:niiiy mniunn.
that steam and scalding water had been " nty subscribers, at $.1 to each, accom-
a frightful and cfleetivc agent of death, panied by the cash, we wiiisive a mason a
Twenty-four persons arc known to have HAMLIN roitTAliLE OltOAN, rour octave,
been killed. The number of wounded single reed, with black walnut case, automatic
is between thirty and forty, most of ImjIIow swell, two blow pedal, improved cen-
whom;wlll recover. TllO public seiltl- ter pressure reed valves, etc. Price, S50.
nient Is very strong against the Con- Forsevcnty-flve subscribers, at S3 CO each, ae-
ductor and engineer of the express companicd by tho cash, n double reed m.yson
train. A IIAMUN ORGAN ; resemble the flrst ex-
Further particulars of the railroad ac- eepl that It has also a knee stop. Price, $7i
cident represent that Of the Scene of the For seventy-five subscribers, at $.1 00 each,
disaster there is little to be seen. In a accompanied by the cash and twenty-five
THE UNK WEED REMEDY,
Oregon Rheumatic Cure.
rnms REMEDY IS COMPOSED OP TUP
A. .ICliC fcJ4liiVJH " vjun. if w-wru. ring.
Tnnsnliiin I'nrdatumOrlirlnls.Iiti Indizenoux
to Oreson. Orows most abundantly and per-
recuy in wasningion coumy.
I xnnialnc nu Active and VolatUn Principle.
extracted by Ether, and a bitter Tonic Prin
Goosi: Lakk. A genttloinan lately
froni'-G'oose- Lake sinforms the -Dallas
Jlepubliwn that there are 500 settlers in
that valley. Tlie crickets have nearly
destroyed the crops.
Church Dedication. The new M.
E. Church at Kalama will be dedicated
by Rev. J. F. DeVore, on Sunday, Sep
tember 17 th, at ten o'clock a. m.
Filin at ConvALT.is. A dispatch
from Corvallis says that a fire broke out
jthere at half past two o'clock on the
'' morning of the2Cth, entireli' consuming
four buildings the cabinet and paintj
shop of Graves and Knight, valued at
seven thousand dollars, Insurance twen-
Annual I'arade. Tlie annual pa
rade of the Portland Fire Department
occurs next Monday. Tlie procession
will form at 1 o'clock precisely.
Canal and Locks. Work is pro
gressing on the canal and locks at
Oregon City -with vigor.) .Eighty-six
OUR PREMIUM LIST.
As an Inducement lor our friends to make
exertions to secure large clubs for tlie New
Noiethwkst. we offer the following list of val
ror twenty subscribers, at S3 CO each, accom
panied by tho cash, we will givo the HOME I
.SHUTTLE SEWINC3 MACHINE, without ta
ble, beautifully ornamented. Irlce, 3X
Kor thirty-live subscribers, at $1(10 each, ac
companied by the cash, we will Riven HOME
SHUTTLE HEWING MACHINE, with Rlack
Walnut table, bronzed and nicely finished.
Price, S 11
For forty sulncriliers, at S3 CO each, accom
panied by the cash, wo will slvea H0MES1IUT-
PACIFIC BOOT AXD
Protxiiinii, ;illl!inu A Co.,
Corner First and Morrison Sis., Portland.
The easiest fluinj Summer Shoe made.
August 4,1X1. lnl
j. it. cut dwell,
GO TO Ht.NDEE'S GALLERY
T70R REMURANTS, PHOTCKIAPHS, SUN-
X Pearls, Ufc-slze Picture, aud
Picture or Kvery tirade.
Children's and Ladles' Pictures taken cheer-
.IW.I, n flinaiiln nrtlmmnil H!I cmnL- .inline .,i,iiinnni .n , . fully and satisfaction guaranteed. Prices mod-
r;.""-; v. r: v..:"; ;t :.;:.""... "v " erate.
mi: emuers tn me uuniiii eiirs, uui mis uuu.u, of five oCTAvm, oxe
Is almost all that tells of the disaster, stop, snLv-ADJusTixo herd valves, im
In the town hall of Revere still lies half i-isoveh hkllows. tkk5idl.vt akd'knee
a dozen bodies. They are horrible to swelu Priec.iion.
look at. Woody foam lies upon their For one hundred subscribers, at J3 CO each,
black, swollen lips. Their eyes protrude and twenty dollars additional, wo will give a
irom inc SOCKCI-S lliscoioreil paicnes oi MASON .t HAMLIN OllGAN, five octaves. Reduce.1 Rates. Nitrous Oxide
Ilcsll liang ioose irom tlieir clieeKS, antl five stoi's, two sets ok KtnuAToits Tiinoumi. painless extraction of teeth
great Haps of boiled skin dangle from out, ijii-koved okam-ated kelp-iiucktinu
their hands. They have been crushed, nKKnvAt.vs,iMi-novEnnEn)ws,TitKMui vxt
cooked and tortured, and deeper thnn ask knee-swells, viola, divpv.so'n
all mere physical disfigurements, one flute, tremulant. Price, sir
SeCS something Still more awful to look Thosewhodcslretoworkforthesepremlums
Jb?.lllrSSStr 1,!U,t,S,ook of can send the names and money sfu,tnsre-
"ccTthe road are almost ITr -J
crazetl by the accident and seemed not " t L "Z" ' "amc,tlnrc 0t"'7
to know What to do. The killd and 1,, ? ' ' . . procure the premium de-
wnunfleil nro nnarlv a 1 Hoston. Salom """"-" -eri.rcmmni.or mey
MEOICAL PROPERTIES AND USES:
It Is tlie most sure and sneedv cure for
Rheumatism, Rheumatic Gout and Rheumatic
I'alnsnfall kinds that was ever Introduced into
the Materia Medica. The CNK WEED REM
EDY, as prepared by us, in consequence of tne
existing oilier principle, possesses uiu uecus
sary virtue of being a
Promoting tlie Apiictlle and Invigorating the
while Digestive Appumtus, thus building up
and strengthening the system, while at the
same time tlie volatile principle, being ab
sorbed In the blood, acts specifically on the
lllietimanc mison, removing u irom inecircu
latlon and system.
There arc few remedies known to the Medical
Profession which will remove the Rheumatic
Poison from the blood, but whose action Is so
powerful in depressing the system of the al
ready enfeebled Rheumatic patient, that their
use has to be aliandoned before specific effects
are obtainable, and hence tlie want of success
In treating this prevalent and eonsciUeiitIy
heretofore incurable disease. Unlike these
medicines, already known, the UNIC WEEK
REMEDY, although producing as active and as
powerful eflectn on tlie blond and system In re
moving the Rheumatic l'olxin, also ioscsc!a
strong Tonic and Recuperating Element which
admits of its continued uso even by the imxt
delicate and debilitated. Thus we have the
combination for the first time of these two
necessary elements In one remedy, which ac
effects in Rheumatism, Rheumatic O'out and
Rheumatic rains of nil kinds.
N. R. The UNK WEED REMEDY Is Partic
ularly Al'l'LICAIILE TO INDIES, in conse
quence of its Tonic tiualltics.
Stitzel & UPTON
REL ESTATE BROKERS !
CORNER FRONT AND WASHINGTON- STS..
Acnls for the Sale or lots and Blocks In
Dental Rooms No. 89 First St., Portland.
oa-The Latcand Improveil Styles of work at
uas lor ine
CLARKE, HENDERSON & COOK,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
and Fancy Dry Goods,
Udlrs and Cent's Knrulsalng Goods, ir.t Ar.,
Cor. First and Washington streets,
Portland. Oregon. liuil
We are aware of the fact that it Is generally
an easy matter to procure certificates attesting
the cmracy of patent remedies from a certain
class of those who use them. We have selected
the following because the names attached to
them are those of men of the most careful and
scrupulous character, and because the large
class of their acquaintances In Oregon will not.
tor a momeni, accuse or susiieei. ineni oi any
exaggeration in the statements they may
Certificate from the Deputy Jailor of Mult
nomah County Jail:
City Jail, Portland, Oregon,
June 7, 1S7I. t
Dr. A. M. Iirvea i Co.: I was attacked with
n severe case of rheumatism. It was In my
thighs, hips, Angers, shoulder blade Indeed in
nil the Joints or my body I suffered great pain
and anguish. 1 was attended by a regular phy
sician, hut with no effect. I was induced to try
vourUnk Weed Remedy, and It Immedlately
cured me up. I consider it. from my expe
rience, me oesi remedy iorrneumaiism Known.
ALFRED F. TURNER, Deputy Jailor.
Tills Is to certify that tho above statement is
correct to iny own jsnowieuge.
JOHN 1. WARD, Jailor.
rnO OUR PATRONS AND THE PUBLIC
X Generally desiring to make SAFE and RK
LIAliLE INVESTMENTS IX REAL PROP
ERTY, we beg leave at this time to call your
attention to this Desirable Tract, which has
been subdivided Into Blocks and Lots, and is
now In the market, to be sold In Alternate Lots
No one has ever visited this body of land but
what will say that It is the most eligible for
Suburban Residences of any offered In tills
market, the land having a gradual slope from
the river back to Seventeenth St, there being
scarcely any Block In thcentlrc tract but what a
Fair View of the City of Portland and the Wil
lamette river can bo had.
Another ndvantacu this property will have
for residences : So high water will ever affect
the drainage of the city.
THE O. A f. R. H. CO NEW FERRY BOAT
Is now making regular trijs from the foot of
F.St.. Couch's Addition, to the foot of Oregon
St., Holladny's AddiUon.
IMPROVEMENTS TO BE MADE:
Aside from gigantic Improvements now In
contemplation by tne Railroad Company, in
the construction of Wharves, Warehouses and
Machine Shops, quite a number of citizens will
commence erecting Fine Residences and Bus
iness Houses. Also, street Improvements, un
der contract, by gradingand planking Holladay
Avenue Its entire length, to connect with tlie
Sandy road. We can say that at least Half a
Million Dollars will be expended In permanent
Improvements on this Addtlon the present
Terms of Sale:
Forty per cent. cash down; deferred pay
ments, six and twelve months, with Interest at
tlie rate of ten per cent, per annum.
NO QUESTION AS TO TITLE!
Offer for sale a large amount of PORTLAND
and EAST PORTLAND RESIDENCE anil
IMrtles wlsning to purchase farms or lamia
will be conveyed to them ami shown the same
free of charge and at all times to suit the
convenience of our patrons.
A large amount of choice FARMING LANns
for sale situated In Multnomah, Washlnton,
l.imuiii. iiv. AMjiiiuu, ituue. .uanon, tjiacK-
nma, and other counties of this State. For
PRICE LIST call at our offlee.
and Lynn people.
Sand Hill. Nevada, has a natural
spring or water wiitcn win color tnenair
a jet UlacK.
men are now employed on it.
jACiKnK rVmvrv Fatu Tlin JnekMin
ty-four hundred; and gunsmithshopand conntvihlr ocflun tho oiVo'f October.
saloon of G.Hodes, valued at about four Tho 1)rem-lum list is published in the
tnousanu nonars, no insurance.
Rumored Transfer. It is stated
that tho Peoples' Transportation Com
pany have sold or are about to.gell tlieir
Ren Holladay. The rumor appears to
be well founded, as A. A. McCully,
President of the P. T. Co., has issued a
call for a meeting of the stockholders,
looking to such a consummation,
.w . ! I
"Jbrms Pipes, of Pipesvilli"
Tilts gentleman's entertainment at Oro
Jackson county papers.
"Willamette University. Tlie
Willamette University will open on the
11th of September, with a full corps of
Appointed. Uov. urover has ap
pointed Hon. L. J. C. Duucan County
Judge for Jackson county.
Terrible Steamboat Explosion.
A despatch from Mobile, Alabama, of
August situ, says tiiat tlie steamer
Pino Tlimtcr on Tuesibiv ovenintr nrovx-d i Ocean Wave left that city Sunday
hishlv trratifviii" to the Oreaonian. Bui- morning with 200 persons for an excur-
leiln and Herald. This notorious Piperi
would gratify our womanly curiosity .by
telling us confidentially how much the
laudations of those daily papers cost
List of Premiums. AVc have re
ceived from E. M. Vaite, Salem, the
list of- premiums for the Oregon State
Fair to be held at the Fair C? rounds near
"Salem, commencing on the 9th of Octo-
slon to Fish river. 20 miles from that
city. On the return trip tlie boat
reached Point Clear at 3 p. M., and
made fast. The band and part of the
passengers went ashore. After the lapse
ot Italian Hour, the wiiistie was blown
aud all returned on boanl. They had
iiitiloiio so when the boiler exploded
wiiu giiat iuivu i iiijjiuuanui wiiucio
of the boat and metal of tho boiler were
blown in every direction. The forward
part of the cabin was carried away. Tlie
smokestack fell on the after deck and
crushed it. Tlie boat almost imme-
is now sub-
bar, and continuing six days. Special . dlatcly sunk, and her bow
premiums to tlie amount of S590 are of- merged. About 00 or 70 persons are
f.rrMl siiieii ui iiijiirutt uy liiu eAimisiuu. rMj
Concerts. Prpf. jiicGibeny.and wife
aro'nyTgSl'ln giving concerts at va
rious places through the valley. "Where
ever they have been they have met with
godd jhfc'cuss, and have universally elic
ited commendatory notices from the
Linn County Fair. The annual
Linn County Fair will be held at the
Fair Grounds near Albany) commencing
September Cth and continuing five days.
Some accommodations have been added
to the conveniences of tlie grounds, and
a good time is expected.
far the bodies of 19 dead, 8 of whom
-vF NEARLY FORTY, has a desire to onen a
J corrrespondenee with a plain and respect
able maid, of near the same ace, who is aecus-
tumeu to a country me. uujccj, mainiium.
A profession or religion proiesscu.
Adilress u. u. iaj. r-x-ui i.,
A PLEASANT FURNISHED ROOM. One
preferred in n private family where there
are rewcliliurcn or omer roomers.
August Z ISTI.
. R, Box 31.
MAIN STREET, DALLES CITY. OREGON.
BOARD BY THE DAY, Week or Month, on
tho most reasonable terms.
superior accommouauoiis tor lammes,
Gtneord Coach to and from tlie house free.
A large safe for the keeping ol valuables.
House open all night.
n!7 THOMAS SMITJI, Proprietor.
est AsnftK CiiySt.,
San KiLvseisca i
BuNrit, 121 FiitSt.,
M . CRAY,
Importer and Dealer in nil kinds of
Sole Asent Tor the Pnclllc Const
STEINWAY'S AND OTHER FIRST-CLASS PIANOS,
Pocket Map of Portland. Russell
& Ferry, real estate dealers, arcoutwitii
a well-executed pocket map of Portland,4
Jiast Portland and the lower end of Ross'
Island. We think real estate transac
tioiR'ca'iln'ot be very dull with these
Scarlet 'Fever. a telegram from
Southern Oregon states that scarlet fe
ver in a malignant form is in Yoncalla
valley. There have been fifteen or twenty
deaths within a short time. In one
family three or four deaths have taken
were tatties, nave been recovered, ro
the wounded were brought to the city
vjiieoi mem, a gin, lias since tiled.
The scene was appalling nnd heart
rending. Wilder grief has seldom been
witnessed. Many of tlie passengers
were children. Captain Eaton swam
some distnnce with both logs broken.
A boat reached him just too late, and he
went down. The two pilots and all the
firemen were killed. The engineer's
wife is injured. It Is Impossible to cor
rectly estimate the loss of lives. Some
suppose at least 30 or 40 persons are
still buried in the wreck, or at the bot
tom of the bay. A diver has gone to the (
scene. The disaster has cast a gloom
over the city, anu universal sadness
(prevails? Streets are crowded with peo
ple, antt inc excitement; is intense.
The Ocean Wave has been some time ,
considered an unsafe boat. Tlie appear-
ance or tne boiler indicated mat, it
yielded! through rottenness, aud it had
been torn apart in a long seam. Had it
exploded with greater violence, the de
struction of life would have been more
general. Tho force ot tlie explosion was
upwards nnd forward.
Tim New Northwest, by Mrs. A. J.
Duuiwav, of Portland, Oregon, formerly
associate editor of the Bionccr, is a
dashing, sprightly weekly, devoted to
i 1 . n .... dHV..(A mni'Atllnllt Ttt
mechanical execution? and editorial
management it Is first-class. Woman's
l . u. Journal.
Tlie "Hurdett" Oikiik
ftfciFiREMEN"S! Parade:. Albany IFire
Company lias'acceptSlllhe invitation of
the Portland Fire Department to parade
With them in tills city on the 4th of
September. The Railroad Company will
carry them down aud back for half fare,
Remedy For Chronic Diarrhea.
Put a tahlcspoonful of wheat llourin a
tumbler of water: beat until it foams, and
drink immediately. If the patient is
thirsty, more water may be added. It
should be taken four times a day; be-
loro meai time ana on going to bed.
The Best in the World!
PIANOS AND ORGANS TO RENT
And rent applied to purchase,
ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL IXSTKUMEXTS
i i -'r'mifHl nnil Repnlred.
Every 'Instrument Filly" Warranted
FOR FIVE YEARS.
Every Town In
CSitalbguc and IVice List sent free on appll
cation to ' . I PePRAXS,
Manager Oray'n Branch Mnxlc Store,
111 First St., Portland, Oregon.
Augut 4, 1S71. lull
will be entitled to receive twenty-live lwrccnt
In cash of t lie amount remitted for their labor.
OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST.
Ah The Nku- NoimiWKxrhamlrcady proved
a iwpular kucccvi, we are decided that It nhall
nlso prove aTKltntl'it.
To enable our friend? who may decide to can
vass ror our paper to benefit lxilh themselves
aud um by liicrcaidni; our Subscription LKto.wc
proimso to give the following additional Pre
miums to canvasscrx :
Any subscriber who U in arrears for the New
Nohtuwest, who will Kend unlit or her own
subscription fee, and one new xubscribcr, ac
companied by the cash Sa CO-we will give :
A pair Parian Marble Vae;
Or a Rohcmian (ilasi Vase;
Ora llolicmlan Glau Card Receiver;
Or J4 dozen Ivory Napkin Rings;
Or J dozen I'lated Tea Spoon;
Or 1 pair Alexandre's Kid Cloves;
Or a panglcd LitdyM Fan, feathered eilgc;
Or a Bird Case;
Or an Album for holding 100 pictures;
Or an Album (extra) forholdlng Jo pictures;
Orn Kuncy IMtcrCase;
Or n Ihix Toilet Articles, Including wiap,
chalk, perfumer", etc.;
Orn ItrltamilaTea Pot;
Ora Kerosene Lamp;
Or l dozen t;iass noldcU;
Or 4 dozen Ghiss Tumblers;
Or a large Glass Fruit Dish;
Orn Fine EmbroldcredHandkerchlef;
Or J dozen Linen Haudkcrchicfr;
Or a 'Woolen Table Cover;
OrJ dozen Table Napkins;
Or dozen Towels;
Ornu elegant Portmonla.
Any-subscrllMrwhols In nrrears foraycar
fubscrlptlon, and who will send his or her own
subscription fee, and two new subscribers, ac
companied by the cash making $9 CO we will
A set of Rogers' Table Forks, triple plated, on
white metal, warranted;
Or a set of Rogcrx'TAbleSpoons, triple plated,
on white metal, warranted;
Or a set of Rogers' Tea Spoons, triple plated,
on white metal, warranted;
Or M dozen Rogers A- Russell's Table Knives,
best quality, warranted;
Ora handsome lllnl Cage.
Any penon In arrears for subscription to The
New Northwest, who will send his or her
subscription fecund three new subscritwrs, ac
companied by the cali, making ?I2 ft), we will
A handsome Marsallles Quilt;
Or a handsome Woolen Quilt, red nnd while
or blue nnd white;
Or a pair of Table Cloths;
Or two pairs orNottlngham Lace Curtains;
Or three pairs Alexandre's Kid Oloves, any
color or size;
Ora JaiKincsc Inlaid Work Box;
Or 18 yard best yd. wide Sheeting.
For seven subscribers at $.1 00 each, amount
ing lo 2l 00, we will send :
An extra Castor, trlplcplatctl, on white meta!
valued at S9 00;
Ora Lady's Writing Desk, of equal value;
Or an Extra Japnncsa Inlaid Work Box.
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 us can
receive these articles from our own hands at an
hour's notice; or If not convenient to visit us,
we will send the articles by express to nny ad
dress. No order or this kind will receive attention
unless the cash accompanies It.
............ w ... .,u,iTO nmers at tlie cus
tomary rates of currency, or send drart If pre
ferred. .VII orders promptly attended to.
Wo sincerely hopo that this unparalleled
ofTcr, which Is a new feature In the newspaper
business in Oregon, will meet with n hearty re
sponse from the many friends of our paper,
who up to tills time have seemed to fall to real
ize that The Sew .'okthwest cannot be run
without money. Now Is tho time to make up
clubs. Begin before some other person gets
the start of you. Sec what you can do foryour
sell, the Public nnd Tub New Northwest.
SHADE & CO.
RKSPECTKl'LI.Y INFORM THE PUBLIC
that they have established a
PIONEER OTEIXG AND SCOURING BUSINESS
In this city, and are prepared to receive orders
for llveliif mid Cleaning Indies' llresses.
Cloaks and Mantles. Aim, Ifctmask Curtains I
itiiu i.unis l M'lllliin ituis mint- jii iiiv
style and Warranted. Kid moves neatly
Clcanscd. Please give usu call at our Dyeing
Establishment. First St.. lsMwceu Oak and
Ash, opposite the Oregon Bakery-
SHADE i CO.
BOARD AND LODGING.
LADY HAS OPENED A
BOARDING AND LODGING HOUSE
For Mechanics and laboring Men, on Salmon
slreet, between Front and First. She resiHi-t-fully
solicits a share of Iubllc Patronage.
On 'JCHix'fl Stx'cet,
Between Morrison mid Ynmlilll,
AT JOHN WILSON'S
CAN BE HAD:
WUITP roon.5 rialn. Check andstrined
Nainsook, Sod Flnlsheil Cambric,
Bishoti Ijiwn. Victoria Iiwn, Swiss
.Mull, Hair, Oord and Checks, Twilled
ing uioui, i-ciuc,uic
CORSETS In White nnd Orey. Tlie l?st
assortment ever offered in this Mar
ketoil sizes and price.
HOSIERY English, French nnd Oemian.ln
ordinary mid extra lengths, for Ladles,
Misses nnd Children; uents' nnd
Boy's Hose and Underwear, etc.
. I. ...... It... 1.1,.. TMnln
1 InllfS l.illlliriir IliUIUfcUiVlliri-, .,,.111,
Hemmed and Hemstitched, Boys' nnd
Ceiits' Hemmcil. Children's I.lnen
Braldeil Suits, Dress Linen, Table
BLACK DRESS SILKS'Amerlcan Ci
(Sniln 'warranted not to crack
change eolor.utiderthcseverest usage,
cnunuirc-Kims. I'll ra sols (silk and al
" ii:S-T. White Zeidivr Knit Shawls
Iiilis' larer Collars (a prize In each
box), Lacf Collars. Rubber Cloth, Silk
Buttons. Trimmlngnnd Sash Riblsins,
Velvet Ribbons, Lisle Thread Oloves,
NEW GOODS Opened every week. n!2
Emplro TTc ory !
D3CLX.irs;GT:ii sSc CO.,
Washington St-, beLsecond, amlTlilrd.
A1U California Book and Job PrI nting Office,'
5) f'allfoniia street,
San Francisco. June 1. 187L
Dr. A. M. Iryea A Co.: For several years I
have lieen subject to rheumatism In my right
arm and shoulder, rendering inc unable to
work. On a recurrence of the attack, some
time since, I was Induced to try your "L'nk
UV1 ltfm,Mlv." unci tlie rei.1111. writs xl uerlect
cure In a few days. I took only two-thirds of
the contents of one bottle. My firm Iwllcf Is
that the "i:iik" is a certain cure for rlicumn
tlsm In all its forms, and I would heartily rec
ommend an amicteu wiui mat ureaurui dis
ease to try yourRemedy' and tie cured.
JNO. R. McUNE.
Ccrtlticateof X. R. Shinier. E-i.. sneclal con-
tribntorto the "Willamette Farmer," and Scc-
remry ot tne uregon lionicuiiurni society:
Oswego. Oregon, March 2S. 187 L
Dr. A. M. lorvea: Some tour weeks ao I was
entirely prostrated with rheumatism: In fact I
was almost helpless. I sent to you for one 10-
oiincc uoine oi inc "liik eei itcmeuy," by
ineiiscoi wnicu i csiicnenceu aimnsi imme
diate relief, and by the time the liottic was
gone tne riienmatisin was gone. From mv
own oxicrleiiee,and rrom what I have heard
others say who havo used the L'nk Weed, I
ni-uvir ii in-- wnaiu cure iorrneumaiism.
lours rcspectiuiiy, A. R. SHIPLEY.
Certificate from Hon. A. J. Diitlir. pi.IrnI-
dent of the Oreron State Agricultural Society
ami author of "Statistics of Oregon :"
East Portland, April 1, 1X71.
Dr. A. M. Ixryea i Co.: I wns atnirtcl with a
Mjveru attack of chronic rheumatism; wascon-
iiinsi it iii iteti iiiiii, in inu nine inim jiiuiiarv
to Julv.'whcn I used the I Jut Wenl and it
cured mo up. A. J. Dl'FUR.
Certificate from James Bvbec. the celebrated
stock-grower and "King of the Oregon Turf :"
Siiuvle's Island, January H, 1871.
To Dr. A M. Iorj-ca .tC".: Tills IsUtacknowl-
edge the cilleaey of your "Unk Weed Remedy,
or Oregon Rheumatic Cure." I was afflicted
for montiis wiui n very serious nttacK or in
flammatory rheumatism. ana tried nearly an
of the so-called rheumatic remedies without
nny relief perceivable. I then tried your
Remedy, and Its use resulted In the most happy
effects a perfect cure. Truly yours.
Certificate from the well-known merchant.
O. W. Weaver, Esq.:
Tlie Dalles, Mar 21, 1R7L
Dr. A M. Loryea A Co.: I have ued tlie "Unk
Weed Remedy," and can cheerfully recom
mend it to persons afflicted with Inflammatory
rheumatism. It cured m of that disease. My
hands, wrists, ankles Indeed, all my Joints
were swollen and very painful.
O. W. WEAVER.
Certificate, from Hon. Nat. II, Lane, Pilot
Commissioner of Oregon, and a member of the
City Council oi East Portland:
East Portland, April 19, 1871.
Dr. A. M. Loryea A Co.: I have been afflicted
for several years past with "weakness in the
back," and wandering rheumatic pains, ac
comnanlcd br severe constipation, llv the uso
of one bottle of your "l'nk Weed Remedy.or
uregon iiucumatic uure, i nave ieen entirety
relieved, nnd I cheerfully recommend It as a
mast valuable aud effective remedy.
NAT. H. LANE.
member of the City council ofliist Portlaml: i
liist Portland, April 7. 1S71.
Dr. A. M. I)n-ea Co. f ients: This Is to In
form you that I have used your"Unk Weed"
for neuralgia and rheumatic pains, and found
reuci irom ine use oi only one bottle, ana can
recommend it to those In need of snrh a rem
edy. Yours, GIDEON TIBBETTS.
Certificate from Ifnn. K. T Ontmliv
County Commissioner of Multnomah county,
Kasi rortlana, April 1, 1871.
Dr. A. 51. Jmrea & Co.: I have used the "Unk
Weed Remedy," and am satisfied It Is a valua
ble medicine. It regulates and Invigorates the
system. This Is my experience with tho Rem
edy. Truly yours, E. L. QUIMBY.
Certificate from the celebrated musician.
Prof. Otto VIeuxtcmps:
Oregon Musical Institute, 1
Portland, May SJ, 1S7L f
Dr. A. M Loryea Co.: I was attacked with
severe Inflammatory rheumatism, suuenng
great pain, and was so prostrated that I was
unable to tend tomy business. I used one bot
tle of your "Unk Weed Remedy, or Oregon
Rheumatic Cure." and was entirely cured by
It alone. OTTO VIEUXTEMPS.
Eighty Acre lintforsale.rulJolningHolladay's
Addition on the east. Apply to Stitzel
Five and Ten Acre Lots for sale, adjoining
East Portland, on reasonable terms. Apply to
Stitzel Jt Upton.
Five and Twenty Acre Lots for sale on the
McAdamlzed road three miles south of the
city limits. Apply to Stitzel A Upton.
PAIC3I.S TO JIKXX.
We have a number of Improved Farms, situ
ated In Washington county, from fourteen to
twenty miles of Poriand.
At this office, Immediately, from Two to
Three Hundred Dwelling Houses, situated In
Portland and East Portland. Tenants waiting
patiently. nl STITZEL A UPTON.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
ID JEL 5T GOODS,
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
Hats and Gents FuitNisiiiNG Goods,
I.dIeV nnd JflsscV
TRIMMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS AND
Frames, Braids, Cords, Ornaments, Flowers
Ribbons, Trimmings, etc.
Dress Goods, White Goods, Yankee No
Ladies' Cloaks, CloaK Trim
AGENT OF THE ELLENDALE WOOLEN
A Full Slock of Blanket, Yarns, Bea
ver, Tweed and Catxlmarc
I. AT 1 1ST STYLES IIV EVERY STEAMER.
rK MANUFACTURE AN
A NO. I AKTICI.KjOF
I) I ,-::
,- t. . h .ft
And ll'ktn'dso?,P.istiy usuallyfound in a First
.i i.. . . t . .; i
a- Goods delivered to any part of the cltv
PUT UP IXTEX-OUXCE BOTTLES,
One Dollar nnd Fifty Cents per Bottle.
turt returned; frtojr SAN' frax-
J Cisco with a large and Splendid Stock of
SILKS, WORSTED GOODS, GRENADINES,
Japanese Silks, Poplins, Alpacas, Lawns,
A Large and Beautiful Assortment of
MILLINERY GOODS, RIBBONS,
Pine Laces, Etc.,
Of every variety and description.
Straw Goods, Parasols and Kid Gloves
Ot the best quality.
JEWELRY, PASCY GOODS, ETC..
On hand and made to order.
CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' CLBinio
Of all descriptions.
PREPARED AT THE
OREGON MEDICAL LABOBATOEY,
BY : ''
X. LOKYEA & CO.,
lk !i .K-W?..9.HTIVND,. OREGON. , .
bst For Sale nv all Ducooists.
Call and Examine the Stock.
Good Sold to SuU the Kmc.
97 First street, Portland.
by every" Steamer.
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