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FI&AY -SEPTEMBER lp, 1S71.,J OUR AGENTS. The following person are duly authorized to acta Agents fur the NEW Northwest : ti. R..IWood ...Travelliiir Agent He. J. Walla Ynmhlll county A. N. AtIU . J. W. UwMa . . M. P. Owen Mr. C A. Cobam Xn.J. DeA'ore Johnson . TtMM. Panionii- K. Penlland MtW&lltc ApfAegMe. lltnR A. Okviik J. T. Scott, Kmj L P. Flutter MrjL lAurn DePoree Gordon.. Albany -Salem .Salem Oregon Cily ......Oregon City Mllwaukle The,J)alIo$J . W...!. ."Rosebure Forest Grove ..San Francisco -.California Other parties desiring to act as AjenU will please forward their names. AVe want Agents at every rxwUifllee throushout Oregon and Washington Territory. Improvjbihnts This Season. The Bulletin published lately a list of build ings erected or eommenced during the present season in this city, witli the coal of each. The aggrcgute amount of tlrtH sort of improvements is $1,7SG,000 in round numbers. Tills Includes, how ever, the custom house, $300,000, which Is being built by the United States. In reckoning the improvements of the cily UiIb cxpottdure ought not to bo counted. HUH after doduci. ir it the remaindor, $1,286,000, is a very hand.-otne showing for city of 10,000 inhabitants. Many of tlitjse uii1ilings tiro costly aiwUof i 'Htsome auu imposing appearance. 'Die xlublt proves most conclusively Snfl . in the most readily appreciable liMiiner, the rapid strides of our city to- wnni wami sim greatness. Tliere is one fiict which ought to bo mentioned in tliis connection, and that is, that not one of the buildings already erected is vacant, ami not one in course of erection but is already engaged. The getting of a residence in this city at even high rental, payable eaoh montijr is one of tire mot dlfiioult things encofcltered by those who are not fortunate enough to own a house. Every house is occupied as oon as finished, and it is not Infre quent that houses are bespoken before ground is broken for its erection. Every briok toriaiid most of the ..wooden ones nave oeen rcntetl in like manner. Not withstanding this constant crowding into now buildings, the old ones are im mediately and constantly filled. A N mv Book. AVe have- before us a work entitled "Sexual Science," by Prof. O. S. "Fowl dr. As yet we liave not hud time to minutely examine the book, but so far as we are acquainted with its pagee we have no hesitation in recom mending it to the public. The time lias gone by wlloii,. tJlrougli -false modesty, facta such as tliis...worlc contains should be withheld from the great mass of the people. With the general diffusion of such knowledge much of the unhappines and mteery now existing both within and witltout the marriage relation would be avoided. Mrs. B. J. George is now canvassing for this work in Oregon, aiMl we bespeak a very large number of orders for her. PORTLAND SOMKTIIINO OF A PI.ACK Aftbr All; AVe are informed that Mr. Kumpey, of the firm of L. M. Rumsey & Co., a large manufacturing house at St. Louis, and who recently visited this city, was greatly surprised at its size, and thebusinessaetivityandabilityherc. He was led by -the San Franciscans to think it a country village, In the back woods of Oregon, with no inducements for any one to take the trip ; but com ing for the purpose of visiting a rela tive in tills place, he was agreeably sur prised when, with little effort, he took away with him orders for his firm to fill to the amount of fifty thousand dollars. Tlin It.YILROAD IX SOUTHERN OltK- (!on. Tlie Itosburg l'laindcalcr says: A gentleman up from Eugene informs us tliaUtliegradiiuon the .railroad has leen completed to Pass Creek Canyon, and that the ties are distributed a con siderable distance above Eugene. The main forces of the Company are at work on Pass Creek, and the Smith Hill, be yond Oakland. The work is being pushed ahead with great cnorgy, and during all ltours of the night tlie moun tains are 'made to echo with the sound of continuous blasting and falling of trees. Pikes in tub Forests. Fires seem to be raging in ahnoJl every direction. Tlie air for several days the last week was thick with smoke in this vicinity. Fine forests of timber arc destroyed every ywr, simply by the careless or wanton actions of a few irresponsible . . . persons an injury that may in time ;.!- ,! rowiii" State young awl grxm.ng State. Prof. Chanby. This gentleman has created something of a sensation in this city by Ihepromulgatioi of his iH?ctiliar ' views rcganling Astrology, Astronomy ami tlw Bible. Whatever opinion may lie entertained in regard to his views, it cannot le doubted that his lectures evince evidence of grni 'resenrtli and tudy. Reitblican Demonstration. The Itepublicans of this city held a meeting of rejoicing and jollification lat Wed nesday night, in front of the American Exchange Hotel, over the election re turns from California and Maine. Ex Senator Williams, Judge Caples and Senator Corbett addressed the crowd. tioi.D Found in Portland. Sonic men engaged In digging an experi mental well, under the supervision of the City Council, a few days ago, found the- color of gold. Two pans full of dirt were washed, and about three cent' worth was obtained from each. T "s-. . Y. T ii x'aii c nave re ceived a oomplImenUry ticket for, the Sixth AimualJuur or-ilie T.inn County AgrioulturaBociety'"froin the gentle manly Secretary, J. II. "Evans, Esq. The Fair commences on the 2Gth in.st. and continues four days. t- '. -rl..1! 1 mm Pm , Mg. t -. -h afternoon Miss iXntbony delivered a pri- in this city. About three hundred were in attendance. At the conclu sion of her remarks over ono hundred ladies came forward and signed their names, to be forwarded to the Coiuuiit- teetaUNVasliinglon; V& iftpetitloii .repre-J sentlng Unit they wish, to vole. Who says women -won't vote? "National Bfsiness College." This is the name of a sprightly little sheet just issued from the institution in this city whose name it bear?. The College is under the charge of Messrs. DcFrance & James, both thorough bus iness men and affable gentlemen. "We regret, however, that ladies are not fit ted by this institution for the practical business duties of life. Crowded Out. A communication from lion. J. TI. I). Henderson, contain ing some strictures on the article pub lished last week by Prof. Chancy, has been received ; but we regret to say that the Iatenef-s of its reception and the crowd uKu our columns compel us to omit it from this issue. It will appear next week. Humored "Withdrawal. The re port comes by telegraph that the steam ers Constantino and "Win. Tabor, the first running between Portland and San Francisco, and the latter between San Diego and San Francisco, have been purchased by ITolladay & Brcnham and withdrawn. The report is, however, denied. Visiting Cards. AVe acknowledge tlie receipt of a very nice present a case of visiting cards from Prof. W. S. James, of tlie National Business Col lege. The cards are certainly the neat est, tastiest and prettiest we have ever seen of the kind. Prof. James will fur nish visiting cards for $2 00 per case of fifty. Vk Dkmur. The Statesman editor wants the Herald and Nnw Nortii wkst to settle his suffrage difficulty by "force of arms." AVe are forced to de cline the position of fighting champion for our brother on account of our anti combative proclivities. Perhaps Bill AVatkinds could be induced to tight for him. Stand on Their Own Merits. Messrs. Bancroft fc Morse, booksellers and stationers in this city, announce that they are not in any way connected with Bancroft & Co., of San Francisco, but stand exclusively on their own merits. ' Skwing Machines. Geo. AV. Tra- ver, 112 Front St., agent for the Home Shuttle Sewing Machine, is doing a lively business. AVe advise those in search of cheap and reliable sowing machines to give him a call. Clarke- County ( V. T.) Fair. The Clarke Co. (AV. T.) Fair occurs on the 19th, 20th and 21st days of tlie present mouth. Every preparation lias been made to insure its being a success. Albany M. E. Church. The trus tees of the M. E. Church at Albany, Linn county, have purchased a very de sirable piece of property, centrally lo cated? to which they will shortly remove the cliureh building, " w - i Railroad Building in Portland. The track of the Oregon Central-Rail road is now being laid along Fourth street. AVhat with cradintr and track- laying, Fourtli street is now quite a busy place. t "Whereas, My AVipe," etc AVe hope the Statesman man will get his money for publishing that last notice about some woman leaving some man's bed and board. i AiiDOXEi). uov. urover lias par doned Eli Mason, of Philomath, Benton, county, who was sent to the peniten tiary for killing Silas "White. "Wheat and Flour. The priee of wheat In Portland is $2 l2!2i'lG per cental. Flour, $7 for extra, and $C 23(2,0 75 for superfine. Musical Academy. Prof. McGIb eny re-opcued his iMiiijicalAcademy on the lSUi.iiiit. We hope.he will bedih erally patronized. Branch Society. The ladies of Eu gene have organized a "branch society" for t,,c purpose of assisting tliaOrphaii'.H ir A r. i ' - l ""-, m oaicm. Salkm niBBr.VOnt.The rc-ervolr at j Salem i completed and will le f.lle.1 witn water at once. It will hold 170,000 i gatious. cai.lkd. we aeKiiovietige a during the week Irom Hon. Jeis. Applegate, one of the early pioneers or Oregon'. " Akteu IIijl The last we saw of our friendStitzelhewashuntingSaiu Clarke to convey him to the Insane asylum. 8 LijftiiKTTK TJMvrrnifrY.-Tiilllti. stittition of learning commenceil its yearly session on the 11th Inst. ""ATlaix CLvse. Tlie oxi)I'oslbn6niie boiler on the Wcstfleld has been attrib uted bv the experts and the Inexperts to the following causes, viz.: To the over-pressure of the fcteain. To the superheating of the water. To low water. To ignition and explosion of gas. To superheated steam. To overstraining under the hydraulic test. To bad iron. To bad workmanship... :ti,m 6 " To patches. " To mrnprnl iloliilifv from old ace. I To the absence of longltudinaUtajp. Toa'flawinoheofthe sheets? To the ignorance of the engineer. To the eunidiiv of the owners. - To the improper manner ofsupporting " " -"c sauuie. . , . a - To unequal exmnsioiifiandncontrac tiqu. 1 tt'f !A!"BRAVEV03n"IasrSuTidaV evening a jure. -uenenuacKer, residing in Siublaw valley, left home, with a child about one year old, to meet her nusuanu who nau, cany in the day, gone to the house of a neighbor. Tlie road lays through thick brush, and she had firoceeded about a quarter ofa mile when icr attention was attracted to the sin gular actions of a young dog which accompanied her. She stopped to ad mire ana wonder at nls ciownisii gym nastics. Her wonder, however, was soon changed to consternation, for on looking up, she discovered in a tree, at a distance of about forty feet from the ground, a large cougar in tho attitude of springing upon her. She realized Iter dangerous condition, and knew the safety of herself and child depended on Her cooine-. Sne llxea ncr eyes upon the mou.-ter anil retreated until sue reached a field near the residence of Mr. Barlow, where she shouted until Mr. A. J. Barlow put in his appearance. On learning the state of affairs he pro cured a gun and speedily put an end to the "insect," which measured nine feet in length. J-Maenc uuard. A clergyman, who had been staying for some time at the house of a friend, on going away, called to him little Tommy, the four-year-old son of his host, and asked lnm what lie should give him for a present. Tommy, who had great respcLfor tlie "cloth," thought it ins uuty - to suggest something oi a religious nature, so he announced hesi tatingly, "I I think I should like a Testament, and I know I should like a pop-gun." NEW ADVERTISEMENTS BANCROFT & MORSE, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In BOOKS AND STATIONERY, AND.- Publishers' and Manufacturers' igents, 101 rin.1 Street, Next door to the IVstodico, IM KTI. AN D .l)Ki:C()X Keep constantly on Hand J. I-'ULTj STOCK. ...OF . Miscellaneous Books, SCHOOL BOOKS, JUVENILE BOOKS, AnifWerythlnyin tlie Hook Line. Also, a Large and Well Selected Stork of fit T u. T1 X Z 3ST33 DEfST , sum as TAPER, ENVELOPES, BLANK ltOOKp, INKS, MUCILAGE, SLATES, PENCILS, PENS, PHN-HOLI)KKS, 11LOTTINO PAPElt, GAMES, COPYING HOOKS AND PIlKSSEf. TKACING PAPER AND CLOTH, PERFORATED HOARD, DRAWING PATER, lUtl.STOL HOARD, PORTFOLIOS, ALBUMS, WBDDING AND MOURNING STATIONHRV, WOSTKNHOLM'S I"OCKKT KNIVBS, VISITINO CAJIDS, RUI11JKR GOOIS, INITIAL PAPKR, INVOICE PILKS, ETC, KTC. In tact every coneeirnble thing In tho Station ery Line, and nt prlcoK that will provo Katifaetory. NEW UOOICS RECEIVED BY EVERY STEAMER. Give TJi n Csill - Aililre? nil eommmilentlons to BANCROFT & MORSE. 101 First M reel, Sept. 8, 1S71 nl9 Portland, Oregon. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Empix'o Xlottil, MAIN STREET, DALLES CITY, OREGON. BOARD BY THE DAY, Week or Month, on the most reasonable terms. suprlor accommodations for families, Cuiconl Coach to ami from tho house free. A larjcesnfefortlie keeping ot valuables. House open nil night. nlT THOMAS SMITH, Proprietor. aAxniarci.AYST.,i ( Branch, 111 PiiwtSt.. I l"oiiTi.Axi,Onx. KAN I-KANCISCO. M. CRAY, Music FnlDlislioi' Imiorteraud Dealer in all kinds of MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. Sole Aseiil Tor (lie I'ncilic Const . ron... STEIHWAY'S AND OTHER FIRST-CLASS PIANOS AND . Tlie "Bttvdett" Oi-jrniiK The Best in the World! PIANOS AND ORGANS TO RENT And rent applied to purchase. ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL IXSTKUMESTS Tuued nnd Itepalred. Every , Instrument ilully. Warranted FOR FIVE YEARS. a, AViXTiEn Agents lu Kery Town lu the Slnte. Cata atftn tahigue nnd Price List sent free ou nppll Malinger Cray' Branch Music Store, lit First St Portland, Oregon. NOW"IS"THE-TIHE"TO "SUBSCRIBE! Unparalled Inducements to Clubs! The New Northwest, a jorit.YAi. rou 'riir. itoi'le. -ANU DEVOTED TO THE INTETESTS OF HUMANITY. Our Intensely Interesting .Serial .story, "JUDITH REID, A l'liiln .Story or n Plain IVoiunn," I now being published from week to week, an J Is attracting universal attention. A limited supply of back numbers yet on hand. Arrangement have been made to secure the Services of n COMPETENT CORPS OF WRITERS upon any and all subjects ot Public Interest. The Xkw NoirritWEsr Ir not a Woman's Rights, but n Human Rights organ, devoted to whatever jmlley may be necessary to secure the greatest Rood to the Greatest number. It knows no sex, no politic, no religion, no party, no color, no creed. Its foundation Is fastened upon the rock of Eternal Liberty, Universal Emancipation and Untrnmmcled Progression. OUR PREMIUM LIST. As an inducement lir our friends lo make exertions to ccurc largo clubs for the New NoirruwiKT, we offer the following list of val uable premiums: mr twenty subscribe!, at S3 tOeacli.nccom- pmiied by the ensh, wo will glvo the HOME SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, without ta ble, beautifully ornamented. Price, $30. For thirty-five subscribers, ut f each, ac companied by the cash, we will give a HOME SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, with Black Walnut table, bronzed nnd nicely finished. Price, Sli For forty subscribers, at $3 00 each, accom- panleil by thecnsh.we wlIlglveallOMESH UT- TLE SKWING MACHINE, finished In extra style, Willi Black Walnut- table and cover. Priee, Tlie above Sewing Machines, which are war ranted first-class in every particular, can be seen at the offlce of Geo. W.Traver, 112 Front street, Portland. For fifty subscribers, at SJ 00 each, accom panied by the cash, wo will give a MASON .V HAMLIN 1-ORTABLE ORGAN, four octave. single reed, with black walnut case, automatic bellows swell, two blow jxHlals, Improved cen ter pressure reed valves, etc Price, u. tur seventy-five subscribers, at S3 00 each, ac companied by the cash, a double reed MASON HAMLIN ORGAN; resembles the first ex cept that it has alo a knee istop. Price, 7i lor seventy-live siibscriliers, at S3 00 each, accompanied by tho cash and twenty-five dollars additional, we will give a MASON A- II AM LIN ORGAN, of riVF. ocr.WKS, one ST01 SHI.K-AItlCSTIXn KKHn VAI.V1W. Iu. HOVEll IIKX.I.OWS, tiibmui-ant and ksee- swkll. Price, $1(0. For one hundred Milfccribcrs, nt C! 00 each. and twenly dollars additional, we will give a JIASO.N HAMLIN ORGAN, VI VB OCTAVEX, FIVEh-TOlU, TWO SETS OF KIUItATORS TIIKOCO.lt- OIT, tMl'lUiVEIl GKAhUATEK SELF-AIUUSTINO iti:i3)v.i.vm,iti'i:ovi:ii!Ki.iws,TitKinjrxT AND K.VEIMWBLLS. VIOLA. DIAPASON. FLITE, TREMULANT. Price, fir. Thoso wiio desire to work for these premiums can send the names and money as last as re ceived. The subscribers will be placed to their credit, und If enough names are not received luring the year to procure the premium de sired thoy can choosea lesorprcmlum,orfhcy will le entitled lo receive twenty-flvc percent ucasuoi me amount remitted for their labor. OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST. A Tun New NormiwiiiTliasalreadv nroved a popular suceeKK, we nre decided that It shall also prove n Titiujii-n. To enable our friends who may deride to can vass for our paper to benefit both ll.eio.eU and tt by IiicrenKlngourSubseriplioii IJsts.we pmiOs to Blve the rollowlns addilioual Pn mlums ta can vnxteni i Any Kubsoriler who in In arrears for the Nnr NotmnvjSiT, who will end uhl or her own ulweriptlon fts?, nnd one new subscriber, ac companied by the call (0wv will elvc : A ialr I'arlan Marble Vases; Or a Bohemian OIa Vaso; Or a liohcmlau (ihowCanl Iteceher; Or dozen Ivory Napkin Kins-; Or K dozen Plated Tea Spoons; Or 1 pair AlexandrcVKid Cloves; Ora spangled Ladyv Kan, leathered edgo; Ornllird Cage; Or an Album for holding 1M plclnres; Or an Album (estnOforholdlnguaplcturcii; Or a Fancy Letter Case; Or a box Toilet Articles. Including roan. ciuiiK, perfumery, etc; Ora llrltannlaTen Pot; Or a Kerosene Lamp; Or4 dozen OlniM f ;oblcU; Or H dozen ClaiMiTumbleiN; Ora largo Olaxx Fruit Dluli; Or a Work Ilakcttf Ora Fino F.mbroidere.1 Handkerchief Or dozen Linen Handkerchief; Ora Woolen Table Cover; Or X dozen Table Napkin's; Or dozenTnwela; Or an elegant Portinonln. Any subscriber who Is In arrears for a year" -"srripuon, ami wno will send his or her ou-.. subscription fee, and two new subscribers, ae- vu.iiuuiiti Uy me casn making 9 CO we will send : A set of nosers Table Forks, triple plated, on wlilte metal, warranted; Or a sctofltogers'TablcSpoons.trlple plated, on white metal, warranted; Ora set of Itogers' Tea Spoons, triple plated, on white metal, warranted; Or dozen l!ogers' A Hansell's Table Knives, bet quality, warranted; Ora handsome Illrd Cage. Any person In arrears for ubscrlnllnn to Tun I New NoimiwiST, who will send his or her ' sulscriptlon fee nnd three new subscribers, ac- eoinpnnled by the cash, making 512 01, we will I send : ' A handsome Slnrsallles Quilt; ' Ora liand'omo Woolen Qifllt, reil and white or blue and white; Or n pair of Table Cloths; Or two imlrs of Nottingham Tare Curtains; Or three pairs Alexandre' Kid Gloves, any color or size: Ora Japanese Inlaid Work Kox; Or IS yanls lest yd. wide Sheeting. Forsevcn uljcrlli-s at 3-t 00 each, amount ing io s-.'l O), we will send : An extra Castor, trlnlenlate.1. on white meta! uium ai 'j (io; r a lady's Writing lVk, of equal -alue; Or aCnbinet.J.ipanesc Inlaid; Or an Kxtra Jap:uicsc Inlaid Wort itor. These articles aro all valuable, nn.i ranle.1 to lie Just as we represent them. Per- -..iiMng in this city or who can visit mean "fiveiiiesc articles from immn. .-..... hour's notice; or If not convenient to visit tro will LAH.t ' , ""uinc nnicics oy express to any ad' dress. Noonlerofthls kind will ....... .. ..... .i,,,, accomianies it. money rVdoraco orders at the tomarr rates of . . ' . ferred. W' "r"0,,U Ura" 11 AU orders promptly ntlen.ln.i . AVe sincerely hope that ii.i. ,.,- . w.r,Wl,,.cl,"i,a,,e,r rea,,,re Hiencw,,iper Z V" urecn' W1 M with a hearty re sponse from the many friends r our paper, who up , tM tlmo havc n P-J. -hi . oirritWEST cannot be run . . , nry- ovr lsl,1 to makeup clubs. Itogln before some other person cet- ine start ofyou. See whatyou caif do fo'ryour- "i'"c ' "one ana tiie-New NoimtwraT. oin!ixAyDVDEUTiSEsrEy'rg? PACIFIC Boot anil Shoe Manufactory! Xlie Only- -Miiiinfiictovj' LADIES' AND GENTS' FINE SHOES On the N'ortlmru foi.t t gHOEH OF EVEItY CIVSS Made to Order ou Short Notice, Wholesale and Retail. ARE BEING MADE DAILY. DEPOT AT PACIFIC BOOT AXD SHOE HOUSE, I'roliiuiMi. (illilinil .V Co., Comer Kirtand Morrison St., I'ortland. Jt'NT 1TT: The Box-Toed Oxfords aud Gaiters, AND THE JERSEY TIE, Tlie easiest fitting Rummer Shoe made. AuKu.stl,li)71. lnl GO TO HENDEE'S GALLERY IJOIt UKMBBANTS, PHOTOOAI'HS, kon ; I'earl, Ufe-slze l'irlures aud IMrturesi of V.very l.rmle. Children's and Itdies' lMctures taken cheer fully and satisfaction guaranteed. I'rlce- mod erate, in 12 I It. J . K . C A IC I i: I. XCiittiKt. I., Dhntai. Rooms No. SU Klrt St., I'orllaud. BB-The tateand Improved Styles of work at Bediutxl ItateK. Nitrous- Oide C5a for tlie painless extraction of teeth. ltil'2 CLARKE, HENDERSON & COOK, Wholesale :ind Betnll IK-.llcrs In Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Notions, Udlfs and CtuV Kurnlsblux l.'ouJ", ir., Ir., Cor. First and 'Washlnvtou streets, l'orllninl. Oregon. In21 SHADE & CO. RKSPF.CTFLTLLY INFORM TUB tliattliey have established n I'UIILIC PIONEER DYE1NQ AND SCOURING BUSINESS In thisclty. and nn prepared to receive orders for Dyeing and Cleaning ladles' Dressvs, Cloaks and Mantles. Also, Damask (urtaln ami tients' Clotlilng. Work done In the best style and Warr.inteil. Kid liloves neatly Cleiinsed. PIrtlse give mil call at ourDyeius Kstabllshment. First St.. lM-twecn Oak nnd Ash, opposite the Oregon lSnkery. uuiy. 1,15.1. vinu rii.iii-. .v ju. BOARD AND LODGING. LADY HAS OPKNKD A BOARDING AND LODGING HOUSE For Mechanics and laboring Men. on Salmon street, lietween Front and First. Nho jv.-JH'Ct-lully solicits u share of lublle P.ttnnage. juiy is;i. vim Oil Tliii-il Street, IlcCween .Morrison nml A'niiihill, AT JOHN WILSON'S CAN RE HAD: WHITE GOODS Plain, Check and Striped IIIIISOOK, SOIL riiusii.si liuinini. isisnop uiwn, icioria lam. ni Mull, Hair, Conl and Checks, Twilled ixnig uiotu, i-eue, etc CORSETS-In AVhlte and Orev. The Iiest assortment ever onereii ill mis jiar- tet all sues and prices. HOSIERY-Kngllsh, French and Oerman.in ortiiunrynnn extra icngtlis, lor luies .tusses aim l liliuren ; (ii nls' an. lUiy's Iliweand rnderwear.etc. LintN .uuonc ii.tniiKercincr. i-iain. iieiumisiiiuii liem-siiiclied.liovs'nnd tients' Hemmed. Children's Unen Rnildcl Suits, Dress Unen, Table Linen, etc. BLACK DRESS SILKS-'Amerlcnn Cms tiruin," -warr.intol not to cracu or change cnlor,underthe severest usage, for years." SUNDRIES-!"'"!", Parasols (silk nnd nl- (uictt), wniie .eiiu-r jviui .iiawis, Oldies' Pajier Collars (n prlre In each lsix), L-ico Collars, Ruhln-r Cloth. Silk P.iittons.Triminlngauil S:isli Riblions, A'elvet Ribbons, lislo Thread OIoTes, etc. NEW C O O D S Opened every week. nl2 DExo-iolx o Baltery! DELLIAGEll sSc CO, AVaihington Ku, bet. Second. and Tlilrd, PORTLAND .OREGON fB MANUFACTURK AX- A XO. l AKTICI.iroI' BREAD. CMtACICEltS, CA1CHS And all kinds of Pastry usually found In a First s.iuss luturry . mirOoodi delivered to any part of thecltv JiL-ilnU TEWADVERTISEMENTSr THE UNK WEED REMEDY; Oregon. Rheumatic Cure. HISTORY: rilHIS REMEDY IS COMPOSRD OP THE L Active principle of tho ITnk Weed, Eng. Tlmsplum CordatninOrigini,Lat. Indlganous to Oreaon. Grows most abundantly aud per fectly in Washington couniy. PROPERTIES, ETC.: tteontnlnsnn Actlvennd Volatile Principle. extracted by Ether, aud a bitter Tonic Prin ciple. MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USES: It Is the most sure and speedy cure for Rheumatism, Rheumatic (.'out ami Rheumatic I'nlnsnrnll kinds that wasever Introduced Into the Materia Medlca. The UNK WEED REM EDY, as nrenared bv us. in conseoiienct; of the existing bitter principle, possesses the neces sary virtue of being a I?o-vei'iiil Tonie, n Promoting the Appetite nnd Invigorating the while Digestive Apparatus, thin building up and strengthening tlio system, while ut the same time the volatile principle, being ul sorbed in the blood, acts specifically on tlie uiicumaiic ivison, removing it irom me circu lation and system. riiero are mr rcmeoies Known to the Medical Profession which will remove the Rheiiinatlc Poison from the blood, hut whose action is so jiowerful in iIopreMiug the system of the al ready enfeebled Rheumatic patient, tliat their uc hns to bo abandoned bcroro siiecltio em-els areoblainable.and hence the want of success In tretttlng tills prevalent and consequently heretofore Incuratilc disease. Unlike tlics. nieiliclne, already known, the L'NIC AVEED REMEDY,althoughprolucingas active and ns powerful cirects on tlie blissl and svsteni in re moving the Rheumatic Poison, also iossessw a st.i... luiiii- unit j.i;un.-i Hitn x-jiuiili'lll Wllicn admits of its continued use even bv the misl delicate aud debilitated. Thus wu have the combination for tlie first time of these io necessary elements in one reined v. which ui- coiintsforll'.suiierinrandnever-fuiriugciinitive euecis in i.iicumaiism, itiicuuiatie (.out and Rheumatic I-nins of all kinds. N. R. Ttie I'NK AVEED I!K)OY Is rarth- ISiarlV APPI.ICAItLK TO LADIES. In ronse- iuence of Its Tonic Qualities. TESTIMONIALS : AVe are aware of the fact Hint tt Iseenerallv nn easy matter to procure eertllieutcs attesting theefiicaey of (latent remedies ft-oni a certain elnss of those wiio Use them. We have selected tlie rollowlng because the names attnehed to them are those of men of tlie mist careful and scrupulous character, nnd lieonuie the large class of their acquaintances in Oregon will not, for a moment, accuse or suspect them of anv nxnegerntlou in the statements they may make: rVrtlficate from the Denutv Jailor of Mult- uomnh Couuly Jull: City Jail, i'ortland, Oregon, June 7, ls.71. Dr. A. M. Ijnryen & Co.: I whh attacked with a severe ease of rheumatism. It was in my IhiKlis. hips. lingers, shoulder blade indeed In all the Joints or my Um1- I suffered great pain and anguish. I was attended by a regular phy sician, but with nocllect. I was induced totry vmirlTiilr Wfsisil ItpTimlv nml It IititiiMtlall v eureil me up. I consider it, from my expe rience, me ihi reinciv lorriieuiuatism known. ALFRED F. TURNER. Deputy Jailor. Tills Is to certify that the above statement is correct to my own Knowledge. joii r. WARD.Jniior. AltnCnllfornlaRookandJohPrlntlngOffire,') .'til California street, J San Francisco. June 1. 1S71. I Dr. A. M. Loryea Jt Co. : For several jenrs I nave neen suniect to riieumniism in my right arm and .shoulder, rendering me unable to work. Or. a recurrence of the attack, some time since, I was induced to try your "Cnk eed ltemedv." and the result wns a perfect cure in a few days. I took only two-thirds of the contents or ono bottle. My nrm beller Is Hint the "Cnk" Is a certain cure for rheumn- tliii In all its forms, and I would heartily rec ommend all allllcted with that dreadful dis ease to try' your "Remedy" and lie enred. JNO. R. McLANE. Certificate of A. R. Shipley, Ksq., sjiecial con tributor to the"Vilhiinelte Farmer," and Sec retary or tlie Oregon Horticultural Society: Oswceo. Oreffon. March M. 171. Dr. A. M. Lori en: Some tour weeks aso I was entirely prostrated with rheumatism; in fact I was almost helpless. I sent to you for one 10- ounce ismie ot tne "liik wcihi iceme.lv " nv the use or which I exierlenced almost Imme diate relief, and by the time the Imttle was gone in- rueiimaiisni wns gone. Kmm mv own experience, and from what I have heard others say who have used the I'nk AVeed. I believe it to be a cerlnln curernrrheumntism. Aours resiK'ctfiilly, A. IL SHIl'IJiY. Certlflcale from Hon. A. J. Dufur. ex-Presi dent or tne treon state Agricultural Society ami aumor or -statisiics ororcgon:" Knst I'ortland. April 1. 1S71. Dr. A. AL Iryea Jt Co.: I was aMIicksl with a severe attack of chronic rheumatism; wascon- nneu io my ihm mo-i oi ine nine irom January ti July, when I used tlie I'nk Wee.1 and It cured me up. A. J. DUPCIC Cerlltlmtc from .Limes IVvliee. thecelebrateil stiK'k-gniwer and "King of the Oregon Turf Sauvie's Island, January H. lSTl TnDr.A. At. IirveaCo.: Thislstoacknowl- elge the etlicacy of your"Lnk AVeed Remedy, or Oregon Rheumatic Cure." I was atTilcletl for months witli a very serious aitacic oi in flammatory rheumatism, ami trien neany an of tho so-ealled rheumatic remedies without any relief perceivable. I then tried your i;einei v, ana lis use rcsuneu in ine mosb iiuyv effects a iwrfect cure. Truly yours, JAA1ES 11YBEE. Certificate from the well-known merchant. O. W. Weaver, Esq.: Tlie Dalles. Alav 25. 1S71 Dr. A. M. Loryea st Co.: I have used the "Unfc Weed Remedy." and can cheerfully recom mend It to persons nttllcled Willi inllammatory rheumatism. It cured ine of that disease. My hands, wrists, ankles Indeed, all my Joints were swollen and very I,3ln01"w WELVVER. rrfif1mie from Hon. Nat. If. Lnne. Pilot Commissioner of Oregon, and a member of the City Council ol East I'ortland: Kiel I'.irti.mii. Ann I iu. is,i. Tlr . AI- Iirvon .t Co.: I have liecn allllcted for several years past with "weakness In tlie liaidt ." nnd wandennsr rheumatic pains, ac- companled by severe cnnstlKition. lty the use of one liottle of your "Unk AVetsl RemWy, or Oregon Rheumatic Cure," I have liecn entirely reneMMi, nnu i ciieeriiiuy recommena ii as a most valuable and effective remedy. SAT. H. LSE. ceniurnie irom jioii. iiiueon iiuoeiis, memlierofthe City council of East Portland: East I'ortland. Anrll 7. 1x71. Dr. A. M. Lorven A Co. tients: This Is to 111 inn you that I have used vonr"t'nk AVee.1" r.ir neuralgia and rheumatic pains, and found relief from the u-e of only one bottle,nnd can ntsiiuiiieiiii ii io iuoso in neen oi suennrem edy. A ours, uIDEON TII1UETTS. Ortitlcate from Hon. E. I Qulmby, ex oiiniv toiiiiiiissioner oi .iiiiiinoiiifiiifiiiniv uregon: Kasi i'ortland. Anrll 1. 1S7I Dr. A. JL Irvea Co.: I have used the "ITnk weed Remedy." and am satisfied It lsavalua We meillcine. It rerulntes anil lnvl;ro'mtes the system. This Is my experience with the Rem edy. Truly yours, E. I. QUI AIRY. Certificate from the celebrated musician. Prof. Otto A'leuxtemps: Oregon Aluslcal Institute. 1 I'ortland, May J. 1S71. 1 Dr. A. AI Iryea Co.: I was attacked with severe Inflammatory rheumatism, suuenng great pain, and was so prostrated that I was I unable to tend to my business. I used one bot tle oi your -uiiK vtecu iiemcuy, or uawn Klieumaiic uurc," nun was ennreiy cnrv.i oj Italoue. OTTO A'lEUXTBMITi. PUT UP IN TEN-OUNCE BOTTLES, due Dollar nml Fifty Cents per liottle. PREPARED AT THE OREGON MEDICAL LABORATORY, .BV. KDTt. LOKYILV As CO., EAST PORTL.VND, QREGONV . ; ! .ti i j ot:.- - rFdRHAiKBVf:i.bnr?iSoisT. mis I'ORTrTSrERxjgEArrrrg? 'STATE I Ksi . Stitzel & UPTON" REAL ESTATE BROKERS! COUNKU FRONT AND W.VSHINQTON &, priTivxi, oiieuox. Ascnts Tor the Sale or Lots ami Blocks In HOLLADAY'S ADDITION EAST POKTLAND. rV OUR PATRONS AND THE PUBLIC JL OenerallvdeslringtoniakeSAFKand RH LIAIILE INVESTMENTS IN REAL IROP KltTY.we leir leave at this time to cull vohc attention to tills Desirable Traet, whk-li lms leen subdivided Into ltlocks ami lts, andls now In the market, to be sold in Alternate Lots and mocks. 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 tilts market, the land having a gradual slope from tlie river back to Seventeenth St.. there leing scarcely any lllouk in the entire tract but what a Fair lew or tueuityoi i-onianuanu me vt n l.unette river can be had. Another advantage this property will have for residences: No high water will everaUBet the drainage of the city. THE O. C. K. IL CO'S NEW FERRY BOAT Is nov.-making regular trips from the foot of F St.. Couch's Addition, to tho foot of Oreaon St., Holiaday's Addition. IMPROVEMENTS TO. BE MADE: Aside from gigantic improvements now In contemplation by tne Railroad Company, in me construction 01 v narves, w nrcuouse nnu Machine Slioiw. nuite a number of citizens will commence erecting Fine Residences and Rut hless Houses. Also, street Improvements, un' der contract, by grading and plan king Holtudny Avenue iU.entire length, to connect with the Sandy roa.l. AVe can soy that at least Half n Million Dollars will ie expended in permanent improvements on this Addtiou tlie present season. Term) or Sale: Forty er cent, casii down ; deferred pay ments, six arrrl twelve months, with ililerestnt theruteoften jiercent. jier annum. NO QUESTION AH TO ITI'LEl STITZEL& UPTON Ol'er forsalo a large amount of PORTLAND and EAST lORTl..VND RESIDENCE and UUSINKSS l'ROPEUTY. larttex wishing to purcliase farms or Imtthi will be convycl to them and shown the same free of charge and at ail times to suit Hie convenience of our patrons. A large amount of choice FARMING LANDS for sale situated in Multnomah. AVashlntOM, Yamhill, Polk, Rentnn, Lane, Marion, Clflflk nmas. and other counties of tills Stute. Hor PRICE LIST call at our otlice. TOIt SALE: Kighty Acre Lot forsole,adjolnlngHnlladarti Addition on the east. Apply to StIRel Upton. Five and Ten Acre Lots for sale, adjoining East Portland, on reasonable terms. AppTj'to stitzel & Upton. Five and Twenty Acre Iil for sale fln th AtcAdamlzetl road three miles south of the city limits. Apply to Stitzel Upton. FAKMS t i:vr. AVe have a number of Improved Hirm,8ta at.sl in Washington county, fnHu fourteeH to twenty miles of Porland. AV ANTED. At this .office. Immediately, from Two to Three Hundred Dwelling Hoitsen. snmtti In Portland and East Portland. Tenants wttltlnc patiently. nl STITZEL UPTON. JACOB MAYER, Importer and Wholesale Dealer In MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,: Hats and Cunts I'uRNiBiiiNn Goods, Ijitlle' nml AlWsesi ' TRIMAI3IR1) AND HNTRIAIAIED HA'i'.Cs'i) 110NNKTS, ' ' " l Frames, Ilrahls, Conls, Ornaments, Flowers j iiiii . . mi i . ikiuifuiis, A I miming, rn. Dress Coods, White Hoods, Yankee Xo- tlons, Kte. Ladies' Cloaks. CloaK Trim mings, Etc. AGKNT OF THE ELLENDALB AVOQLBX .MILLS CO. i. 'I A Full SIMJ: of Btankct, YanitJiU- x crs, Tweeds and CumhUOrct ' ' Comtantty on r 1 ' Hand. I..1T11ST STYI.KS llYEVEKYSTEAMKIt. tar papjicuivr ATTBNTION- IWrtU- to nli Orders. MRS. ACH, TUST RETURNED; FROM AN FR,N O Cisco with a large and Splendid Stock ar X3Et"5T G-OOXiS, srcit as SILKS, WORSTED COQDS, GRENADINES, Japanese Silks, Poplins, Alpacas, Lawns, Marseille. Etc. A Uirgeand Beautiful Assortment of MILLINERY GOODS, RIBBONS, Pine Laces, Etc., Of every variety and description. Straw Goods, Parasols and Kid Cloves OI the best quality. JEAVELItY, FANCY ilOODS, ETC.. On hand and made to order. .mYUfe CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS ' Of all description. Kinmine the HtoeU. Call nd " nMds Said to Sutl to TiTfKf.' .A 'S3!' I- X yirst street, Poi nnu, .,ijtar ltecen insjCS-WltffiAle!) e-CONSTANTLY by every Steuiuer.