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FniDAY.....T...Z..JMAY 31, 1S72.
To ?f.v IIiilninl.
Come, rest thee, wears one, awhile,
I louf; to are thy earnest Millie,
When seated hy wy
"I lore my darling more and more.
Than I dM long -"
Ami though tltou tcil'st It every Hne
Hr dearer tar. tltoegb ) a wife.
Than when I was a bride.
I coin thy whlkers Into gold.
And lock them In my heart,
They'll tie tny treasures when I'm old.
Should death our beings part.
80 sit thee down, and chant thy song
Kaeh time 11 sweeter aeeins,
jLUiUs ttc music all daflong,. :
An Angel in a Saloon.
Pino nfTarnnftll til lm v 11 1 1 Tunn
a lady in deer) mournlnjr, imd followed
by n child, entered one of the fashionable
saloons In the city of K . The writer
happened to be pussing at the time, im
pelled by curiosity, followed Iipr to see
what would ensue. Stepping up to the
bar niyi, ad drying thpropriptorv.iio
happened to bepreeent, who said :
"Sir, can you assist me? I have no
home, 110 friends, and am unable to
He glanced at her, then at the child,
with a? mingled lodk df curiosity and
pity. Evidently lie was somewhat sur-
Crised to see a woman In sueh a place
egging, but without asking any ques
tions, gave her some change, then turn
ing to those present, lie said :
"Gentlemen, here isa lady in distress,
can't Mine of von assi-t bora little.
They all cheerfully acceded to his re
quest, ami n purse of two dollars was
raised and placed in her hand.
"Madam." said the Gentleman who
gave her the money, "why do you come
in saloons? It isn't a proper place for a
lady; and why are vou driven to sucli n
Turning her mournful yet expressive
eyes upon the speaker, with an expres
sion I shall never forget, she replied :
"Sir, I know it isn't a proper place for
me to be in, and vou ask why I am
driven to thistep, 1 will tell you in one
short word," pointing to a bottle behind
the bar labelled "whisky," "(hat iswhnt
has driven me to this whisky. I was
once happy and surrounded by all the
luxuries wealth could procure, with a
fond and indulgent husband. But in an
evil hour he was tempted, and not pos
essing the will to resist that tempta
tion, fell. In one short year the dream
of happiness was over, my happy homo
forever broken and desolated, and the
kind husband and the wealth some
called mine,Iot; Iot, never to return,
and all by the accursed wine-cup. You
see before you only a wreck of my former
self, homeless and friendless, with noth
ing left me in this world but this little
child." And weeping, she affectionately
caressed the golden curls that shaded a
face of exquisite loveliness, llegainiug
her composure and turning to the pro
prietor of the saloon, she continued :
"Sir, the reason I occasionally enter a
place like this is to implore those who
deal in the deadly poison to desist, to
stop a business tnnt sprcatls desolation, (
ruin, poverty and starvation. Think
one moment of your own loved ones, ,
then imagine them in the situation I am ,
in. I appeal to your better nature, I '
apjwal to your heart, for I know you 1
pos-ess a Kinu one, 10 retire lrom a Dull
ness so ruinous to your patrons. Did
you know that the money you receive in
exchange for the vile stulfyou sell across
tills bar, is the same ns taking the bread
from the mouths of the famishincr wives
and children of your customers? That I
itstrips the clothes from their backs, de
prive them of all the comforts of life,
and throws unlinppines, misery, and
crime and desolation into their once
happy homes! Oh, sir, I implore, be
seech and pray you to retire from a bus
iness you blush to own you arc engaged
in before your fellow-men, and enter a
business that will not only be profitable
to yourself but to your fellow creatures
also. Please excuse me if I have spoken
too plainly, but I could not help it when
I thought of the misery and unhnpplness
it has caused me."
"Madam, I am not offended," he an
swered, in a voice tremulous with emo
tion, "but thank you from my heart for
what you have said."
"Mamma," said the little child, tak
ing her mother's hand, "here's a gentle
man wants me to sing 'Little Bessie' for
him. Shall I do It?"
"Yes, darling, if they wish you to."
They all joined in the request, and
placing her In a chair she sang in a
sweet, childish voice, the following
Out In the Bloomy night, mdly I roam ;
I hare no motherdrar, no pleasant home;
Nobody cures for me, no one would err,
Kven If poor little Bessie would die.
Wry and tired I've been wandering all dar.
Asking for work, but I am so small thev mj";
On the damp ground I must now lay niy head,
leather": a drunkard and mother I dead.
hPPy till father drank rnm,
(KSlliJ ' our "Tow and trouble begun :
iIlST. TLp,ar "nU wl "- ery tlSy
ltaby and 1 were too hnnerr to nliv
KLmfSS nlgltt !
'rhViEh u "rt111 nu white;
The scene I shall never forget to tny
dying day, and the sweet cadence of her
musical voice still rings in mv ears, and
every word" of the song, as It dropped
from her Iip, sunk deep into the hearts
of those gathered around her. "With her
golden curls falling carelessly around
her little shoulders, linr fhrvt n? nflixrnnl
beauty,, ami looking so trustingly and
confidently upon the men around, her
beautiful blue eyes lighted up with a
light that seemed not of this earth,
formed a picture worthy of the pen of a
poet or painter; although a statue of
purity and innocence. The unfinished
game of billiards M ere laid by, the cards
thrown aside, the iincniptied glass
remained upon the counter, and all
rimccoil iku.1. . ... . .. : , 1 . ......
i-vjvAt tiuti, nun l'UIIU.ll V,
with sadness, and some with pity beam
ing from their eyes, entranced with the
Illusion! vaim .,..! l....... r -l. il l
. unit uuaiui ui illL" C1111U,
who seemed better lit to be with angels
ab?Ye,Vm,i such a place,
wooni. Le close ot. u,e so"S "iy were
for vrmeU who lMMl not S'"-"J tear
ior 3 ears, now wept like a child One
urffituftfli 1?v5n' lnol,'er aJ
ucar menus to lead a better lift? to iIoit
from a course that was wa4 mr his for
tune, and ruinlnrf his iwiti fe or
preached the " liild am? i"W ?'
hands while tears strLdowi SX
lge.cl.eek, exclaimed with'j,
"God bless you, my little anel vou
have saved me from ruin and ce
from poverty and adrunkard's grave
there were ever angels on parib
one; God-bless yout God bhlJ vi,?, Rri
Placinga bill in the'han ,Kf tiS u":1
said, "pluase accept this trifle as (ok
of my regard and esteem, " yoiVnuie
girl has done 1110 a kindness
repay. And remember, wl,ei"0?
?I? ..ln, yu "!! ever fl V,d n
inomij " ie same time "i vi,, i. i ;
name and address. Takinf , ft,"-!
the hand I.e tamed log, bt liis&i
at the door, said : im-hu i
"Cod blc-s you, gentlemen, and please i
fr;mwii woman for the kindness and
courtesy vou have shown her; and before
one could reply, she was gone.
A silence of several minutes ensued,
which was at last broken by the propri
etor exclaiming': ' -
"Gentlemen, that lady is right, and I
have sold my last glass of whisky, and if
any of you want any more, you will have
to ko eisewnere."
jAnd Lhave 4drunk mjylasUglass of
wliUky,"lsaid a young manwhS-Tiad
long been given upas utterly beyond the
reach of those who had deep interest in
iiisweiiare mai ne uau sunK too low 10
ever .reform. ,rTliero is a temperance
organization in this city, and at the
next meeting I shall Eend up my name
10 ocaummeu. no win go wun me. '
"I!'1 "I!" "I!" and "I!" several ex
claimed in a chorus, and fifteen names
were suljieu to ins. ., m
True to liis wonl, the owner of the
saloon where this strange scene was en
acted, disposed of his entire stock the
next dav, and is now engaged In an
honorable business. "Would to heaven
that lady could have gone into every
hamlet, and town, and city throughout
our country, and met with. the ,saine
cheer! ng resul ts. Plymouth' JRocI;. "
A Good Breakfast Disit. Pour
ecirs. three ouarters of of a pint new
milk, and a piece of butter the size of
a walnut, salt and pepper .to. suit j.no
taste. Heat the eggs, and the milk and
butter, aud nournll together into a hot
frying-pan containing half a spoonful of
irymgs. nr constantly ior inreo or
four minutes, when it will bo ready for
the table. Quito a nice flavor is ob
tained by making it after frying ham or
To cook codfish, says a writer in West
ern Rural, never freshen it, but nick it
ui) fine and nut in a frvinir-nan with a
large piece of butter and one quart of
miiK. IjCI 11 como,to n boil, uicu pour
in a teacup of cold milk 'with a table
spoon of Hour stirrediin it. Season with
pejiperto taste. tTufiJish will salt it
TO-JJltOWX POTATOESUN'nKIt MEAT.
Boil some line, largeJlmealy potatoes;
take oft' the skinscarefuIly,'(an"dJSbout
an hour before the-meat "is copkedjput
them in tile drinping,pan,.havinSprell
dretlced them with ilour.'teeforofierv-
ing, tirain tlicm from any grease, and .
1; uiciji iif nut.
Poached Eggs. These are often
brought on the table sloppy with water,
the yolks salvy and broken, and the
whole in a mussy state. The right way
to do is to have the water in the fiat
bottomed dish or spider, boiling, and
then place it 011 the top of the stove
where it will keep at that heat but not
boil a particle. Ureal: tho eggs one by
one and turn them into thc'watcr.carc
fullv. so as to keen them in nice form.
Ilm irafor lw.iurr fifsiiif mi iiw.li nr
.1 T . i.. 1 :...... i
?, 1 ., . -TiB5'-1"'"" - I
then lift each one out on a small skim- ,
mer and place then neatly side by side j wrtwea y subcriberK, nt ss mciich.nernm-
o i.i,,, ,. .,,,.1 i,,.t, ...ill lnlel by the chxIi, ire will vlve the IIOMK
on a platter or on toast, and tltoy will j J;m'TTi.r: sewing machine, witboui ta
be handsome on the table, as well as taste j iie, benutiriiiiy onmnicnicd. Price. 3'J).
deliciouslv. For tblrty-nvc kubrilcrs,nt 8 WJ raeh.nc-
' comiiaiihil bv the cash, we will KlvcaHO.MK
WAFEnGlNGHKimE.M).-Ilalf HIKJUIld '?'ir''.K, ?fc"'I-NO 5t-CIIN-K. with Illack
of Hour, and half a pound of the coWst , !en;aMe' bronz,M ttnd nlcu,J finlHhwl-
oucii iUt4Li:i Ut i iruuiiu ui uiii.-
tcr. one desert-snoonful of allsniee. two !
,i:i,f 1 ,. ' i" r 1
.miu ui s.uuuu jiiunHi, "j jTCi ui nan .1 ,
lemon crated, and the whole of the iuice:
mix all these incrredicnbl toirether. add-
ing about half a-pound of treacle, 'so as ;
to make a naste sufilcicntlv thin to
snread unon sheet tins: beat it well, but-
ter the tins, and spread very thinly over '
them: bake it in rather a slow oven.
and watch it till done. "Withdraw tho ',
tins, cut it in squares with a knife .the
usual size of Avafer, biscuits, and roll eaclf
around the fingers as it is raised from
CtV -sirrsT- I rT- T T -r-s r rn ntln
lasses, one cup sour milk, one teaspoon xrof. sELF-Anius-rtNa hekd v.uvb, im
cinnatnon, one-half teaspoon cloves, .'Jj pricc'wl' TnrMU"-vr knkk-
iine ie:iimou souu: oeai tu iiiree vkk, i
one cup chopped raisins, four CUJW of
Hour. Steam two hours. lint witli su-1
;ar and milk.
Baker's Gingerbread-- Two cups
of molasses, four tablespoons' of butter.
Stir together without melting; add one
cup of Hour, two tablespoons of sal status
dissolved in one cup of'sour'irillkf' two
teaspoonftils alum dissolved In one-third
cup of boiling water; one tablespoon of
ginger. Mix soft cut out and bake.
OrorMnmis. Take one riuart of zood
alcohol to four quarts of water; put the
cucumbers in fresh from the vines.
Vije them first with a wet cloth, or
wash aud drain them. Put in a warm
place until fit for the table, then keep
them in a cellar or a cool place. They
stay hard and green, are always ready
for the table and will keep two years.
Lemon Pik. Take one-half teaspoon
tartaric acid dissolved in one-half cup of
cold water, one-half teaspoon extract
lemon, jmo of sugar,- lyelk-.ofegg, one
soda cracker. After dissolving the acid,
stir the yolk and sugar together and
mix with the acid and water, then tlio
extract, then the cracker crumbled in.
Hnk in crust as for custard tile ami
cover with the white of an egg, and !
Ued Bugs. Take as much common
salt asaquart of cold water will dissolve,
and wash the 'bestead,rth6rotighly.)r,Ar-1
ter a few trials'.-tlitlfe'wni I'to' occaMbn j
to repeat the proce. !
the owner of a valuable horse discovers
a spavin or curb making its appearance;
a blister is applied, and many times the
hair conies olf, which', of course, the
owner wishes to have grow out as soon
as possible. Now, a gentleman of Den
mark, Xew York, has furnished a recipe
which lie claims will caue the hair to
start right away on bare spots caused by
blistering, harness gall or otherwise.
Take an old boot or shoe, place it on tho
fire, burn to a coal, nulverize. and mix
with hog's lard to a thin paste. A few
nimi;n.iTmic f fliv tiigIa in flm I m m
"nLn !ll .lo tlio venri. Trv It. '
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A KEEN t RITICIS1L A bliaKSpcriail
critieiPin COIlieS to US from Germain-, i
thc unexiwcfcd.pflrtiuducbrAndljuslicc of ,
which remiiKi.soiiuoi un-;a.ii ir-uiai-rs ,
Cattle picture that tho cattle in the:
picture were getting up fore feet first,
Willie ill Jlff1rr..CaiUe raLseiOIl Uieirf
hill'd feet first.' T)lirinKthe performance
Of "Hamlet," When the melancholy
xrtucc souioHuiii,"u , ii,, f 1 1
"Butthatthe drrad orsmnetiiingaiieriieaiii,
The undiscovered country from who-e bourne
No traveler reiums. fi
A country feUow,flrIithogalIcry ex
claimed, ".tunIu!tjJIdniCTY0Uee your
fatlicr's spirrMaajigh'tiBVhere do you
think he ca m 6"f rorff'Jgj
beds of wat, said to iJcfullynual to the
liest. 1'nLlnni firtlMci! linen-linAM fllecm
ercl in the low Innds lying along the Noordcr r ''l'n,i'" ifecelvo """
line of tho San Pedro Railroad, com- uu mono- Intorncl orders at the ens
Ilienciug atiV point .about ten .miles he-; j tomnry rules of currency, orcnd dran If pre
Iowthis cltvand oxfeiidlifir' to tlio soa 'ferred. . .....
shore. Pits have been sunk In dlllerent
deposits will, it is expected, sunillv Ios
Ati"olc.s eountv with an Hm, I ,,.,. nr
dilSn nioi rL j vA '
cheap ruei. L.o Angclc ir2)r.
li.iv.v.o .iiuug my jiiii; ui. iiiu rauruau unu , oner, wnicii is a new
.iAAn ..u. 41. n ii..n ne ii ti i i
the dcrtOit fonn'd to lmnrflV.i In (Umlitv 'business in Oregon, will
with depth, J'eat.haB w becttjused a S?ffif.?iem,?ffiv.
fuel in tlie cast anil ohl world, and these i. th .iTitv Nrw n
TIME TO SUBSCRIBE!
Unparalleled Inducements to Clubs
St !.'!" !- :
THE NEW NORTHWEST,
A Journal Kir the People,
DEVOTED TO THE INTETESTS . OF HUMANITY.
Arransemcnt have been made to secure the
Serviced of a
COMPETENT CORPS OF WRITERS
nonany andall subjects or Public interest.
The Xkw VoirrnWEST Is not ft Woman'
Iliclils. but a Human IMshts organ, ilevoted
lo whatever jmllcy may le neceary to .secure
the grentest cMd to the creates! numl)Cr. It
ftllUU X HO hCXfWI IHIIUICK,!!!' O'llKlUll, 1IU
no color, no ereeil. Its foundation Is fastened
upon the rock of Ktcnul Liberty, universal
KmanclKiiion ana Untrnmmeled lngres.slon,
OUR PREMIUM LIST.
As nil Inducement lor our friends lo make
exert tons to mcure lanre clubs tor the NEW
Xokthwkst.wc offer the following list of val
uabie nremiums :
nui Bun-nuwi ro vj vulii. iiiii-
' Kviru tAUiUMi, nnisiicu 111 extra
jiyi wllj, mnclt AVnlnut table and cover,
ThenbovoSewIns Machines, which arc wnr-
t fllTSK? o? TtSb8?
Var nrty auboerllicr, nt ft 00 ench, acenm-
single rceil. with black wnlnutc.ii.e.nutimiiilc
HJ!l'w?"lic,i:i,f?..1:1.?T inijmproved -
rviiipumii uy inu umiuie reeu aij
& ; nscmuien the cntt ox
cent that It has nlso n knew inti. PrW it:
For evenly-nve subsrril-crH, at si Wl each,
accompanied by the cakli and twentv-Jlve
v.;., n i,m , n.i .i..rou. . ..
and twenty dnllnrs additional, we will give a'
H V?N . 1IAMrjN oiuian, kivk octaves.
nw.aiui, inunr.nuK i;illK.Tlll.s TlllEOlJOH
OIT, IMl'KOVKIl (ilc.Vlll .TKI SKLK-AIUCSTINi;
AND KNKE-SWf.I.I.S. V10L., DIAPASON.
FLUTE, TREMUIVNT. Price, J1S1
Those who desire to work for these premium.
can send the names and money ns fust us re
ceived. The subscribers will be placed to their
credit, and lf,enougli names aru not.recelved
during th year to pToctire the premium de-"'rPJ'"-'1'
Tan f liowa lesserpremiuui, or they
will be entitled to receive twenty-rive percent
incnohortlioiimouiit temlttnl forthilr lnlor
OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST.
As Tub kw Nokthwkst hasalrendv proved
a popular Kucre., we are decided that It shall
also prove utkiummi.
To enable our Mends who may decide to can
vnss for our paper to benefit both themselves
and us by Increasing our Subscription Llkts.we
propose to give the following additional Pre
mium to canvassers :
Any subscriber who Is In nrrears Tor the New
Northwest, who will nend ushls orherowu
subscription fee, nnd one new subscrllier, ac
companied by the cash 5 uo we will give :
A ialr l'urlan Marble Vae;
Urn Bohemian (ilius Vase;
Or a Bohemian Glass Card Receiver;
Or '.dozen Ivory Napkin Rings;
Or ; dozen Plated Ten Slioons;
Or.lpiUrAlexandre's Kid Gloves;
Orn Lady's Fan, spangled, feathered edge;
lrn Bird Cage;
Or an Album for holding inn pictures; ;
Or an Album (extrul for holding 50 pictures; '
urn Fancy ItlcrCae;
Or a box Toilet Articles, including soap,
chalk, perlumery. etc;
Urn BriUinnln Ten Pot;
Ur S dozen Glass tioblets;
Or J-j dozen Glass Tumblers;
Ora large Glass Fruit Dish;
urn null, i ... . . . ,
Orn Fine Embroidered Handkerchief;
Or S dozen Linen Handkerchiefs;
Or a Woolen Table cover;
Or dozen Table Napkins;
Or H dozen TowcK;
Oran elegant Pomnonln.
Any mliscrlber who Is In arrears lorn year's
Mibvrlptlon,iiud who will send hlsnr herown
MibcrlptIon fee, and two new Mibscriben, ac
companied by the cash making j W we win
A t.et ol Roger' Table Forks, triple plated, on
white metal, warranted;
Orn set of HogeiVTnbieSpoonsrlple pluteil,
on white metal, warranted;
ora set ot iiogers' Tea xpoons, tnpic pinteu,
i on while metal, wnrrniiteil
.F ' ""'"V Table Knives,
lra handome BInl t'airc.
Any person In nrrearsfor subscription to The
-EW Nokthw3t, who will semi his or her
ulcrlptlon fee and three new subscribers, nc-
"YV"""1 "J ",e cas"t 'aK,DK wp w'
Ora handsome Woolen uullt,reit nnd white
Ortwona Irsor N-tlln.-ham Lncc Curtains:
Or tlm-e pairs Alexandre's Kid Gloves, nny
orJaVranesc Inlaid Work Box;
'or seven subscribers at S3 CO e:ich,nmounl-
n-ln.l'J 111. we will tend :
An extra Casior, triple plated, on white meta!
valued at ill 00;
Or a Lady's Writing Desk, orcoual value;
Or aCablnct.Jnpancse Inlaid:
Oran Extra Japanese Inlaid Work Box.
niuinxMiN nn. nil valuable. and are war
rants! to be lust ns wc represent them. Per-
vons living In tills city orwho can visit us can
receive these articles from our own hands at an
hour's notice; or lr not convenient to visit us,
. ...i 1 1 .i .t,A niKiM liv express toanviut-
meet wun a nearly re-
fnenus oi our paper,
'seemed to fail to real-
oKTttWEST cannot be run
without mouej-. Now Is the time to makeup
club". Begin before some other person gets
the start at you. bee what you can do Tor your-1
fctn, ti,e imLiic aud Thk New Nostuwmt.
Oregoa Steam Navigation Co's Notice.
BOATS OK THE COMPANY WILL LKAVE
Iortlaud as lollows :
For Tlic Dallea:
Dalty (Sundays esceptcd) at 3 o'clock a; 3f.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at S o'clock
Dally at 7J o'clock A. X.
n7 J. a AIKSWORTII, Preildent.
LADD & TILTON,
33 1ST EL 3E3 3EI S ,
DEPOSITS RECEIVED AND ACCOUNTS
kent miblect to check on drnft.
INTKItESr allowed on TIME DEPOSITS or
Tltl'ST Fl'NDS. In nurns of ONE DOLLAH
AND DPWAUDS rrom date ordeposli.
MOS'KY IXlANRtl nn aunraved kCCUrltV.
Ikinds, Stocks and other valuable received
on dennlt forsnfe keeulnir.
Collectloni tuade and proceod promptly re
mitted. Investments In Real Estate nnd other prop
erty made for iwrtlex.
Stent and Tefecrnhlc Exchange on San Fran
cisco ana tne Atlantic Miaien uirsaie.
I nrertmient SecurlMefi bouchtaiul hold.
Ageiitfor the trarualctlon of all kinds of FI-
nanciai anu itum iiusincKs. in
r. i. aiiATTfCK. n. xiiajx
Attorncys-nt-Li ti "v .
-FFICE ROOM NO. 1, DEKUMtt I1UIIJV
J ing, First Klreei, rotuauu, utvgon. nin
GIVES IESS0MS OK THE PIANO AT THE
Itesidsnces of Pupil.
TERMS RE.VSONAIILE. Satisfaction Guar-
Jt IIS. N. J. ItOISKY,
PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE PAINTER,
tAN RE FOCND IN HER STUDIO, on the
y tinrunooroi uorneti's ew jiunuing, rrom
10 A. M. till t P. X. oi eucu aay
-LES.S0.VS OIVKN IM ISDsCAPE PAINT'
(or. fwcond nuu n nslilngtou Ms.
TTAVINO RECENTLY PtTRCII.VSED THIS
1 1 Market. I am now mcnarcd to sell on reas
muble terms tho best Meats the country nf-
MAIN STREET, DALLF-S CITY, OREGON
IJOARD JtY THE DAY, Week or Month, on
jlj me mom reasonaniu iermi.
.Superior accommodatlonn for families,
Cnconl Coach to nnd from the house free.
A large safe for the keeping ot valuables.
House open nil night.
u!7 THOMAS SMITH, Proprietor,
PEIVATE BOARDING HOUSE.
AI.lir.nT A. JIANXINO
T-KEPSA FIR.ST-CLA1.S HOARDING HOUSE
XV for the accommodation of people who prc-
icr a ipnei iiomc in me coniiiKion J a noioi,
j erms moueratc. uiytnpia, w. r. nvsir.
JAMES F. BROWN,
Attorney, Counsellor at Law and
EUGENE CITY OREGON
Consultations In the English, French, Ger
man nun iioiiauii languages. nzJ.
Iluiiorterniid Wholesale Dealer In
XIfS- Gc0 ODS
MILLINERY AND FANCY 000DS,
Hats and OrLvrs Fcrnlshing Goods,
T.ndle nnd Ml Men
TRIM M MED AND UNTRJ JIM ED H ATS A
lj .si J-7IM,
Frames, Braids, Conls, Ornaments, Flowers
t lUbbons, Trimmings, etc
Dress. Goods, White Goods, Yankee S'o
K Hons, Etc.
liadlcs' Cloaks, Cloak Trim
AGENT OF THE UJ.NDALE, WOOLEN
A Will 'Stodk'bf-inanlci, Yarn, hca
: s iverr, Ttcccds uhd Cnxnimerc
Ctnitant1y on .
Jrantl. u , ;
1. AT EST HTYI.11S 11 Y EVF-HY STEAMER.
V I'ARTICULAR ATTENTION Paid to
Onlenc- 1 1 1 t i ni
ii2r.r.iivG3!:rt & co
Washlngto'n"St1,'lei. Sci-otkI nd'TiTlrd,
"y E MANUFACTltRE AN
A Jitt. 1 ARTICI.E OF
Klfl JT .
And all k In. lnr Tn.ir. 11 vrnmiil In a First.
'e-GiKls dellveretl to any partof theeltv
THE UNK WEED REMEDY,
Oregon Rneumatlo Cure.
millfS REMEDY IS COMPOSED OF TOE
J. Active prtnciple-of tho Unk Weed, Eng.
Thasplura Cordatum OriglnlK, Iit. Indigenous
to uregon. orow niuai auiiiiiiauiiy anu per
fectly In Washington county.
It contains an Active and Volatile Prlnclnle.
extracted by i;ther, and n bitter Tonic I'rin-
MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USES:
It Is tho most sure nnd sneedv cure for
Rheumatism. Rheumatic Gout and Rheumatic
Pains orall kinds that wascver introduced Into
the Materia Medlca. ThP UNK EBI REM-
l nB nMnvu.l I... .b I ..-i .... r v,
existing bitter principle, possesses the neces
sary vinueoi ueuig.t
Promoting tho Appetite and Invigorating the
whole Digestive APimratus. thus bulldln? ui
and streugthenlng tho system, while nt the
samo time the volatile principle, being ab
sorueu in me oioou, ncis Pixincaiiv on tne
Rheumatic liaison, removing It from the ciir li
gation anu sysiem.
tncrenre tew rcmmies Known to the Medical
Profession which will remove the Rheuinntlu
Poison from the blood, but whose action Is m
powerful In tk'Dresslnir the system of the al
ready enfeebled Rheumatic patient, tltat their
use has to le nlaandoncd before specirle errectH
nn-ouiniiiitijii-, unu iieiiee me ivmii 01 vuiceitS
in trenlllig this prevalent and consequently
iien'ioioru iiieiiraiue ui'-ease. uninui meso
medicines, already known, the UNK WEED
REMEDY.nltlioiish producing as active and ns
power) ii I effects ou the blood mid system In re-
movim: ine itiieumaiic l'oison. also nossesoes.i
strong Tunic and lbcuieratlng Element which
admits of Its continued use even bythemoit
delicate and debilitated. Thus wc have the
combination Ior tho llrst time of these two
necessary elements In one remedy, which nc-coiintKi'orltssiipt'iiornndncver-falllngcURitlvc
enecis in i.iieumaiism, itneuiuatic Gout and
Rheumatic Pains of nil kinds.
N. R. The UNK WEED REMEDY Is partic
ularly APPLICABLE TO INDIES, in 'nnu.
iiiriiw oi iin lumi- iuaiiuex.
We an-aware of the fact thai it Is generally
an eay matter to procure certlllnites attesting
i.iw.i.va. j ... itiiik it-iiicuiuK iniiii aeenain
class of those who uthem. WV h.n-e ikelivto.!
jne louowing ms-aiisc tne names nttaelied to
them are Iho-cof men of the nmstcsroriil nn.i
scrupulous chanictcr, nnd because the large
class of their iiot!aintanccs in Oregon will not,
for a moment, ncciireor susjiect tiiem of any
.-iiKi.ii1'!! in me siauriiieius mey may
Certiflcnte from the Deimlv Jnllnr nr Mult.
tiomah Couuty Jail:
City Jail, Portland, Oreeon,!
June ., i!mi. i
reaAC'o.: I was attacked wllh
Dr. A. M. Inry
n severe case of rheumatism.
It was In my
thighs, hips, ringers, shoulder blade Indeed In
all the Joints Of mv bodv I suffered erent nAlii
and unzuMi. I was attended by a regular phy-
niL-iiiii,vuui. Mini imviiccu a was uiuuceti iinry
juui iua. i vi-ii iveiiieti v, unu ii. immeoiaiei)'
tun-u me u. i consiuer n, irom mv exie
rlence, the Is-it remedy forrlieumatism known.
AI.FRKD V. TI'IlXKlt. IVimtv Tnilr
Tills Is to certify thnt the above statement Is
correct to my own Kiiowieuge.
JOHN P. WARD.Jallor.
Sr California street, V
San Francisco. June 1. 1S71. I
have lieen subji-ct to rheumatism In my right
arm and shoulder, rendering me unabld to
work. On n recurrenco of the attack some
time since, I was Induced to try' your "Unk
Weeil Remedy." and the result was n ncrfect
cure In a few days. I took only two-thirds of
the contents of one bottle. My Arm belief ts
inai nin -uiik" is a ceiiain cure ior rneuinn'
tl-mi In nil ll forms, and I would lieartllvi
omuiend all nmiclnl with that dreadful iXW
ease to try your "Itcmedj-" nnd le rurwl.
JNO. R. McL.NE.
Certificate of A. R. Shipley, Esq., special con
trlbuiorto tne "Willamette Farmer," nnl l
retary or tho Oregon Horticultural Society:
Osweco. Orezon. Mnrcli IS. 1S7I
Dr. A. M. Lory": Some lour weeks ago I was
entirely prostrated with rheumatism; In fnct 1
was almost helpless. I sent to you for one 10
nunce bottle of tlio "ITnk Weed Ileinei!ytn by
the use of which I experienced nlmost Immo-
uiate reuei, nuu uy tne nine ine ooitic was
gone the rheumatism was gone. From my
own experience, and irom what I have heard
others say who have used the I'nk Weed, I
believe It to be A certain cureforrheiimntisni.
Yours respectfully, A. R. SHIPLEY.
Certificate from Hon. A. J. Dufiir, ox-Presl-dent
or the Oregon State Agricultural Society
and author of "Statistics ororegon:"
Eat Portland, April 1, 1.171.
Dr. A. M. Loryen A Co.: I was ainicte.1 with n
severe attack of chronic rheumatism; was con
fined to my tied nioitof the time from January
to July, when I used the link Weed and ft
cured me up. A. J. DUFDR.
Certificate from James Byliee, the celebrated
stock-grower nnd "King of the Oregon Turf :"
Riuvie's Island, January 11, 1KTI.
To Dr. A. M. IiryeaA Col: Tills Isloncknowl
edge, theefneacy of your" I'll k Weed Remedy,
or Oregon Rheumatic Cure." I was mulcted
for months with n very serious attack of In
flammatory rheumntlsm, anil tried nearly all
of tho so-called rheiimntlc remedies without
nny relief perceivable. I then tried your
Remedy, and Its use resulted In the most happy
fleets ii perfect cure. Truly yours,
Certificate from the well-known merchant,
n ii' w ... .
r II. MCM1I.-I, r.Mj,;
The Dalles, Mays, 1871.
Dr. A. M. Loryea .t Co.: I have used the "Unk
Weed Remedv." and can cheerfully recom
mend It to persons nfllletcd with Inflammatory
rheumatism. It cured me of that disease. My
hands wrists, ankles Indeed, all my Joints
ntztw ihuiii'u iiuti very ikiiiiiiii.
O. AY. WEAVER.
Certificate from Hon. Nat. II. Line, Pilot
Commissioner of Oregon, nnd a member of the
i;uy council or Kast l'ortlana:
. East Portland, April 19, 1S71.
Dr. .. M. Irvca A Co I lmve tMen ntlllf-til
for several years past with "weakness in tlie
oar, ' mm uuiiuenug rneuuiatic imllis, ae
comnnnlcd by severe eonttltiniinn w tin.
of one l-ottlo of your "Unk Weed Remedy, or
vri-Ko" iiiii-Hiii.nic uun-." i nave oeenemireiy
relieved, and I eheermlly reeommend it as a
most valuable aud effective remnl v.
, NAT. 'II. L.NE.
CcrtiOcate from Hon. Gideon Tibbetts, a
member of llic City council of East Portland:
East Portland, April 7, 1S71.
Dr. A. M. lioryca Co. Gents: This Is to In
form you that I have used your "Unk Weed"
ror neuralgia nnd rheumatic' "pains, and round
relief from the use of on! v one bottle, nmi vii
recommend it to those In need of such a rwm-
euy. lours, Ulur.UN TIBBETTS.
Certificate from Hon. E. T. Qulmbv. ox-
Counlv t!nmnifslnnir if fnlf ....... i.
Oregon: ' '
. ,r , fcnst Portland, April Llsn.
,,Pr-,-V.M-L?r'ca. IhavoiLsed the "Unk
J eed Remedy," and am satisfied it is a valua-
lile miMlffne ft p.... 1.. i i .
system. Tlilsls my experience with the Reni-
"uy jours, r Ia. IJUIMBV.
Oregon Musical Institute. 1
t. . r . Portland, May 2LlS71.f
lir. A. M Loryea fc Co.: I was attacked with
Ul'.m Itlftnliimnlnn. l . . . I ...... 1
.....iiumgij II1CUII1UIIMI1, lUIII'IlllK
great pain, nnd was so prostrated that I was
im.l. . ,n ...... I ....... 1 7 . . , 1 . .
...u. ... i. iiii i.i iii v uusines, i Mile mn-
tle ot your "Unk Weed Remedy, or Oregon
Rheumatic Cure," and was entirely cured by
it alone. OTTO VIEUXTEM1M.
PUT UP IN TEN-OUNCE BOTTLES,
One Dollar sud 1'lftr Ceiil per Bottle.
PREPARED AT THE
OREGON MEDICAL LABORATORY,
DK. LORYEA S CO.,
EAST PORTLAND, OREGON.
-FouHAL)sur AU. DRUOOtsTi. JUVJ
.iist til' m ' ' '!U
THE FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE
W.I. SEW EVERYTHING NEEDEDrIN
' ' " 'auuy,rrom the Heuvleit t
. to the Light-
It Don More Work,
More Kluds of Mork.
Aud Better Work
. ii ii j. . 'i
f hiuTfiny other MfiHilne. '! " '
Iflliero Is a Florence Sewing Machine wltliin
one thousand miles of Sn Francisco not work
ing well or giving entire satisfaction, If I am
Informed of It, It will be ntlended to without
expense of any kind to the owner.
NAMUEI. Ill LI., Axeut.
19 New Montgomery St.,
Oram! Hotel Building,
SK.MI rOll UCCIUIU) AMI SIMPLE OF IV0RK.
Active AgenU WanUd ETcrywhsrc.
V. il .
; Wd ,
CHARLES TENCE &. CO.
STRAW and FANCY GOODS
NO. IS 9ANWin. STREET,
RetWfeu Bush and 'utteivriext Cosmopolitan
.Hotei; ; . "' .
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i. : t's.. .i... .
.SAN FRAxVlRCoiiVil,;.. CTAI.
No .Ti Run du Fiiubont-PoNslonniere, Pafit.-'ii-tr.K
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' Ssi bo.
ACE NTS' WANTED!
TIER LOST CITY ;
CHICAGO AS IT WAS AND AS IT IS.
A HISTORY OF THE GlttW CIUCACO
i. Fire. Tnithtul and accurate. Avniaiuja
dcuilled account of tho ',f.L4Srii
that has ever IK-Ollfn Vi.I .s,.
Startling Incidents. "HaU- ""'Ufino
us'tratcd. inclu-dlng, V?t SEdSS
'"o'nle'A will SSgllrflSa'rvS?1
Ssttlml"''', i,y gfntev Kanj
i. ,irt"!..5i .,i(it mid seenro an Aeency
f,medtotely:"s also wanted for
WONDERS OF THE WORLD.
One Thousand Illusjrnjlons. TOmpriMnK star-
tllllP M?!ltS. IiUcrvSli1 siv rt uuuer
ful events in all CniSilVJ",0"?"''
FIR S.3J -. ElRJE 3X I TJ
Orcgon State Talr, 1ST1..
. , ' ,! i.'i " v '
,t .11 It. .
,v it i ttiww mtkf
intS SP.lfE RESERVED FOR
HIMES & BACHELDER,
Steam Book and Job Printers, who Intend nll
lng,It with an advertisement as soon as they get
time to -write one. In the mean time mil on
them ntKl. Front Si. If jou.waHt nny kind of
Printing done. ' ' ' untor
..V. 5il a' . ,ifyr j-. -j
JUi, I If
in:, j. (i. GLiarar,
D E KT T I S T ,
107 Front Street.
MRS. It. IWI.ESS,
jJ-ANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
SHIRTS, UHULnSHIHTS, DRAWERS, ETC.,
Corner Front and Yamhill streets, Portland.
.Shirts JInilc to Order
Of the best material, and warranted to At.
ah Kimis oi menuing uone. no
MRS. M. J. EXSIOX,
Fashionable Dress and Cloak-Maker,
Third Street, Near Washington,
-TrEEPS A IXI.L AORTMENT OP FAT
AX terns, trimmed nnd untrlmmed.
Will find it to their advantage to elve her a
Orders Eiccuttd nlth .Neatness and Illspatcb.
Charges Reasonable. n2)
Witherell &: Ilolinnu,
No. 80 Front Street, Portland,
V"".L FIND EMPLOYMENT FOR AIJi
I V those applying for situations In any ca
pacity from Wood-chopper down to a Fat Of
fice. Pay special attention to obtaining Farm
Help, House Servants, Railroad Hands, etc,
Irrespective of Nationality.
Parties sending orders from a distance must
be explicit In tboir onlers, stating Just what
they want, what they will pay, etc, (accompa
nied by our ofllco fees, $ (W, which may de
ducted Irom employee's wages), stating wheth
er they will or will not be responsible jor trav
eling expenses of hired help.
J. IL V.'ITHERELL.
niltf F. DILLARD HOLMAN.
Oculist nnd Aiirlst, Tliront mul Lung
1'IIYNHIIAX. Laboratory. Consultant and Oporarting'
CORNER THIRD AND MORRISON STa,
Portland. Oregon. nC9
J. t. FRY33R,'
UBT lilllins AND CLOTHING,
Groceries, Hoots, Shoe. Xnlls, Etc.,
PUKCilASKK OP FAKMERS' PRODUCE.
Hlgliest Cnsh Price paid for AVOOL.
CORNER FIRisT AND MADISON STREETS,
HAS OPENED A LAROE AND CHOICE As
Vt 71 First St, bet. Washington A-Slnrk,
Next door lo Ijidd A Tilton's Rank,
And hopes by attention to businessand prompt
ness In executing orders to meet a share of pat
ronage. Two flmt-clnss milliners wanted Immediate
13. To first-class hands highest wages paid.
Also two small girls wanted as apprentices.
Apply at tlie store, 71 First street, immediately.
sT7-HY, 1X)NT YOU KNOW? SHE GOT
Y It at
ASCHEHHEIM & BULKELEY'S WASHINGTON
where they keen all kinds or Fresh Poul
try, (Jame and Fish, and receive by every
steamer a splendid assortment of California
N. R. Consignments from the country solle
Will Friable ...I'roprIelor
I TWIST STREET, letwecn Main and Madison,
Portland Orciou. New House, New Fnir
nlture. Excellent Arcomm.Mialinns. Bonril per
JIKItrllY A KEI.I.Y,
itit.vTBr .FKODrtf.Kiarrs ia TtfiETABLts,
Corner of Tblrdand Washington streets (op-
- . . . . . . . I ...... 1. . . I . I . r
posuo rreujieri.iu i. miii-m, i iiriiuuu, uregon.
7tAA.ldHAlfvi.rMl to llll Tliirii. i.f t Ii A. Altv i.-iflh.
rt rir iTff:v? ,.1
Bit . K. FRITELAND,
(UTBOK SAN PR.VNOISCO,)
ROOM NO. TWO, DEKCMS- BUILDING,
Cor.Firttnnd Washington Sts., Portland.
TTAVINtt "HAD A NUMBER OF YEARS'
XJL practice in San Franeico. 1 feel competent
to do First Class Work Jn ail Oontal Opera
tions. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Nitrous Oxide administered.
. . . . . . V TlAnni Tli-
Dlcksou, Messrs Qiilmby and lekins, and
Mrs. Danlway, of the New Northwest, nl
DK. MARY A. THOMPSON,
PHYSICIAN AND ACCOUCHEHK
RESIDENCE- AND OFFICE THIRD ST.
between Salmon and Main, opjiosite tbo
lubllc Square. ...
Calls attended In any part orthe city
Batteries for salcnud instructions given on
the use of electricity as a Remedial Agent, nl.