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t .1 FRIDAY OCTOBER 20, 1S7J. ANOTHKR VICTIM TO THK PASSIONS op a Libertine. One of the most hor rible eases of forcible violation of ierson that has ever come to our notice was perpetrated m this' city "Wednesday night,. October 11th. A villain bearing the name of John Foster, having suc ceeded in ingratiating himself into the good graces of a young girl at the State Fair Grounds near Salem, on "Wednes day succeeded In inducing her to take a ".short ridp on the cars," as he expressed ' it. Being a simple country girl, ignor ant of the devices of city libertines, and full of the curiosity to "ride on the cars" common to all wno nave never ex perienced that sensation, she consented. Instead of a short ride, however, she 1 ' soon found that the cars were speeding far away from the Fair Grounds, the train hoing bound tor Portland. To j quiet her the scoundrel gave her the as- I mi ranee thft when they reached Port- i lttiMi they could go back by another , traiiu "When this city was reached he ' informed her that there would be no re- Uiiyx train that night, and that he would take her to a hotel to spend the night. They proceeded to the International HOtOl, where ho registered their names as C. II "Williams and wife, and re quested to be shown to a room for hiiU' fmC and lady. "Wlion the time for re tiring came .the poor girl, with tears in fier eyes, begged him to leave the room. This he refused to do, and . t threatening to take her life if .she made any call for help, aftor a brief struggle .overpowered her and succeeded in ac complishing his infernal purpose. It is said that during the fore part of the evening he persuaded his unfortunate . -victim to drink a drugged glass of wfiio, which partially benumbed her senses, and rendered his conquest com' ' parativeTy easy. The next day Foster took her to one of the most no torious liouses of infamy on Third street, representing that it was a private boarding house, and that she should stay there until arrangements for their marriage could bo completed, for it ' seems that ho had succeeded in gaining the love of the poor girl and hud promised to marry her previous to tlio commission of the revolting crime. The 'police, getting some" clue to the transaction, traced the girl to the house .of infamy before referred to. "When found she was- weeping bitterly, and plteously begged for a pistol with which to kill herself, as she was ruined and her ' character blasted forever, and she had jio dosire to longer live. When in formed that she was in a house of pros titution she gave a piercing scream and "fainted away. She was at onee removed from the place by the police, and' her father, who resides near liefhel, Polk county, sent for. Foster jp, was immediately arrested, and on ap- 4 W fearing before Judge Denny waived an V -vsjsxainiuatioii, and was bound over in the sum of $10,000. In default of bail therefor the prisoner was .incarcerated in jail to await his trial. This, as we understand it, is a faint outline ofc the horrid transaction which has ruined a poor, innocent girl, brought sorrow to respected and honorable parents, and shocked the finer feolings of good people all over the State. Let fathers and mothers take warning. Comment is needless. Locomotives. The following descrip tion of the two locomotives which ar rived on the bark Rival for the North Pacific Railroad1 Company, is given by tho KalamJleaeotu These engines have been at service in Minnesota, on the eas tern end of the X. P. road, and were found very well adapted for construction purposes. These engines are named Mlnnatonka and Otter Tail, after lakes in the Northwest. They weigh 12 tons, are of 10-inch cylinder and 16-inch stroke. They are placed on four 32-inch wheels, and the body of the locomotive sits very close to the grouml. I ho boil er and machinery are very compact. Railroad Schedule. Tlie follow ing is the new railroad schedule: Pas senger trains will leave Portland at 1 o'clock p. jr., and arrivo at Eugene at 8 o'clock r. m. Passenger trains will leave Eugene at C o'clock A. sr., and ar rive at-Portland at 1 p. M. Freight trains, with passonger cars attached, leave Portland at half past C A. M., and arrive at Eugene at half taht 7 p. and looynJEugcne atj:45 a. jr., and ar rive at Portland at 8 P. M. Pasi-cnger trains run everyday asabovcand freight trains every day except Sundays. j State Meeting to he Called. We are informed, says the Oregonian, that at the late State Fair most of the leading men of the State Agricultural Society agreed to call, probably some time in Decembera State meeting of farmers, mechanics and workingmen, to take measures to advance .their general and mutual interests. The movement has no connection, however, with the State Agricultural Society. The JIailroad to Eugene. The Eugene Journal says: The railroad has been completed to this city much sooner than the most sanguliuj anticipated two years ago, aud we feel that the people of this county are Indebted to Mr. Hol laday for the great degree o'f enterprise and energy which has characterized his ellbrts in this magnificent work. Officers Horticultural SocnrrY.' At the State Fair on Thursday, the 12th inst, an election of ofllcew for the Hor ticultural Society resulted as follows: President, Seth Luelllng; Vic Presi dents, ur. j. .ti. .uayicy, Uorvallis, and i H. Henson, East Portland; Secretary A. R. Shipley; Treasurer, Dr. Cardwell, Portland. Statu Fair Receipts Receipts of the State Fair foot up to about $12,000. They were a little more last year. Complimentary Ticket. Ve ac knowledge the receipt of a complimen tary ticket to the Fifth Annual Fair of the "Washington Co. Agricultural So ciety, commencing the 24th inst, and continuing four days. Shall be be glad to attend. Retires. Mr. S. P. McDonald, who has been connected with the publication of the Vancouver JlcaUter for snmB time has retired from the paper, on the account of failing health. Mr. B. M. ashburn Know the sole proprietor. Locomotive&.Cominc Two locomo tives for the O. & C. R. R. are soon to arrive and go to the front. One is named lor Harrisburc and the other HEugene. "Whbat Freight. Freight on wheat from Eugeno City is twenty one cents bushel, or seven dollars a ton. w Coai, OUj at Kalama. The Beacon reports the discovery of coal oil at Kalama. Evknino Papkr. It is rumored that an evening paper is soon to bo started in this city. ' Hrs. Young's Lecture. From all parts of tho Sound we hear most favorable and iiattering reports of me lecture, in ocnnii oi total abstin ence, given by our worthy sister, Carrie F. Young. That tho truths she has so bravely spoken, will result in good to the people and to the Order of flood templars we cannot doubt, l-vory ap pointmcnt advertised three weeks ago saving one ( Whatcom) was met prompt ly. One new Lodgeorganized, that re ports large accessions to its numbers at every subsequent meeting. The Victo ria Daily Standard of October 3d, say? A very intellectual treat in lecturing was given last evening at the AIlHindora by Mrs. Carrie F. Young, M. D. Tho pleasure evinced in witnessing tho dis course was frequently and gratefully ac :knowledged by the plaudits of tho two or tnrcc liuiuircU ladies anil gentlemen who were present on the occasion. Rev. Mr. Follard of the Wesleyan Church, occupied the chair; Mr. N. Shakespear, a prominent member ot the J. O. U. 1., also had a seat on th6 platform. The subject treated of was "The Use and Abuses of Alcohol." This evoning, by the desire of the audience, the question will be resumed, "Physiological, cllccts of Alcohol," being tho lady's text, If we may so put it, for to-night Tlie same paper of the 5th inst says: Mrs. Doctor Young gave lecture num ber two last evening to an audience largely increased from previous evening. Upon the platform were members of the i. u. u. i. me lecture was inirnislieu with numerous anecdotes serving to il lustrate her subject, which was "The Physiological Elfects of Alcohol." On to-morrow evening the fair speaker will place before the audience a choice of two subjects, viz: tin analysis of "lccr and whisky" and tin '-philosophy of delir ium tremens." we commend tins Inlpufofl Inilv in tlu tint ine nf f ho wlmlo public, and "hope she will be gratified to witness a very full attendance. j The JtriliM Volonm, of October oth, says: Ainambra Jiall was crowed last mulit to its fullest capacity to hear the elo quent and talented Mrs. Young in her discourse on Temperance. Her manner of treating the subject physiologically evinces a considerable amount ot study, and her eloquent style of addressing a public audience is well calculated, 11 not to convince, at least to attract the at tention of thinking people. The third lecture will be delivered this evening at Albambra Hall, and the audience will be asked to select the subject. The third and last lecture in Victoria was largely attended and won hearty approval from press and people. 7Vi pcrancc (Olympia) Echo. Own Their Homesteads. tOiic treat secret of the prosierity of tho nited States, and the rapid increase of its population, as compared with that of other countries, is this, that in addition to our free institution a large proportion ot tne masses own tneir Homesteads, thus eneouraging the people of other lauds to seek an abiding place among us. It i estimated. that our population is nearly 30,000,000, of which about 0,000, 000 own theirowndwellingsand the soil on which they stand. As a contrast, we can turn to. England, which, with a population of some 32,000,000, has only about 30,000 people who own any land. The aristocracy, inheriting the old tenure system, have got iosses-sion of most of the soil, and the Kor arc nearly ground to powder, while their toil goes to improve the domains of the rich. They feel no interest in the country which they inhabit, and have no confident hope in the future. They must be a forbearing people, anil accustomed to oppression, or they would long since have revolted at the feudal bondage that oppresses their energies and prevents them from entering upon any wide field of enterprise. So this fact of having no abiding interest in the landed inherit ance of the country, and no prospect of improving their condition, we may attribute to this people the great lack of meciianical invention and discovery as compared with the industrial classes of tne United htirtes. instead of advaucmg. the wArking classes of England arc going nacKward, the soil Is lclng rapidly ibsorbed into fewer hands, and the pop ulation lias a small prosieet of lieing mucii increased m uio coming days. Xoiili: Women. Just as soon hh it became evident that the sin:ill-ox was upon us the Sisters of Charity tendered tneir services to wait upon tuesick, and nave ueen reaiiy at any moment to co wherever danger called. In the case of Mr. Wm. Neal's family, where the father, mother and only child were ta ken down with the disease, the Sisters at once volunteered their aid, and arc now rendering this unfortunate family all tne attention tneir condition re quires. In the case of Mr. Sueed, the painter, who was prostrated by the disease, and had no one to care for liini, tho Sisters at once went to Jits relief. and arc rendering him all the attentions fo soothing to the sick and anlicted when full of lite and lienltli. wo arc too prone to forget these ministering an pels, but when pestilence and death stalks abroad, we realize the depth of their sclf-sacrincing spirit, in tne pest linnses and hospitals of the world, these Kistrrs find their noblest Hold or service. and? in nil lands they arc ever found ready to face any danger li tnereuy tiiey mav minister to tlio sick aim dying. All honor to these noble women. Walla Walla Slalceican. firaen fireenwood says that in Colo rado nature seems resolved to make up for lost time bv producing llowers in matchless profusion and brillianco, of coiorinsr. out semis mem out in suen haste that she forgets to scent them. Pleasant words are as a honey-comb sweet to the soul, and health to the bones, The Chicago Conflagration. From dispatches to the P. F. Chronicle Chicago, Octobers. What was called the largo fire on Saturday evening, the burning of six entire blocks, was followed ay a nre nisi nignt which cannot tie oescnueu, sweeping the whole city between the rivor and tlie lake, a distance oi nan a mile in vyitftli, consuming everything in ifTeo'urse, 'jumping three or four blocks at a time, consuming the LARGEST STONE BUILDINGS, Which, iii live minutes after catching, would Ik- leveled to the ground, large cinders living In the air for miles. The fire beginning at DO Kovcn street, a distance of nearly two miles from the heart or the city, burning everyuiing, sweeping across the north branch of the river, cit-aning tne wnoio onu owe, tiikiny Lincoln Park in its course, mak ing a desert plain of the finest park of iiii citv: tiierico bcariuc away to me extreme limits of tho North Side. THE PRISONERS WERE FORGOTTEN In tlie Court House, and all burned or blown into the air by forty or fifty bar rels of powder stowed away for safety. This latter loss of life has been contra dicted, with some hope of its being the truth. Men. women and children, being so anxious to save everything were, hp- fore knowing it, completely surrounded by flames, and were either smothered with smoko or destroyed by fire. MANY MOTHERS AND CHILDREN Arc crowding the streets, crying for lost ones. The scenes are really heartrend ing. Firemen arc being conveyed in wagons by dozens to places of safety, completely exhausted some nearly burnt to death. From morning up to 0 p. M. the streets were crowded with anxious looking liumau beings. Drunk en men by scores are seen; not being able to get water, they took to something stronger, and are lying around the gutters in a frenzied state. THE ONLY SKELETONS OF RUILDINClS Standing are tho Postolllce and one ele vator on an extreme jmint of land. Tlie Lake Water Works were burned to the ground at 3 p. m. Last night water was at a premium of a dollar per buck et, and live cents a glass. Up to 11 o'clock p. m. the fire is still raging on tlie North Side. There are- NO HOPES OF SAVING A THING. All assistance is given up. At a bend in the river tlie fire jumped to the West Side and is burning at a furious rate. All the hotels, banks, places of amuse ment, churches, sugar houses, druggists, dry goods, Chamber of Commerce, and Court House arc leveled to the ground. The gas works of South Chicago blew up, tearing the whole of the buildings In pieces. The report could'bc heard for miles. The coal yards are In a blaze, it being impossible to go within a block of them on account of the extreme heat. Dozens of buildings have been 1SLOWX UP I1Y POWDER To stop the course of the lire, but of no use. it would take two entire blocks aud level them to the dust in less than half an hour. The West Sidcrs were awake all night for fear the wind would ohaugeaud blow from theenst and finish Chicago. A STEADY SOUTH GALE Commenced Sunday morning early, and has kept up until this time. At about U l. M, it began to sprinkle; all were In hopes it would have rained enougji to stop the further destruction, but.it only lasted lor a lew moments. All tlie tele graph companies are burned out. In surance policies are wortlf nothing; one man ollered a S2,.-00 policy for a week's board, then fora cup of coilee both were reruseii. Cihcago, October 10 1:30 a. m. Confusion aud chaos reign here su preme. Amid this pandemonium I nave gathered some incidents of the horrid scene. The loss of life is terrible, and Its extent cannot be ascertained now. Even the imagination will utterly fail to picture to your minds any possi ble conception of the horrors of this fear ful night. A FRANTIC MOTHER RUSHES INTO THE FLAMES. Michigan and Wabash avenues, once the home of wealth and luxury, arc now a mass of smouldered ruins, and the ruined residents stand gazing upon the charred embers of their homes in silent grief. While the flames were madly leaping from house to house, and the alirightcd inmates were flying from the insufferable heat, a woman ran shrieking from group to group, seeking ier child, who, It is supposed, had per- shed in tlie llanics; and at last seeming to realize tlie terrible truth, sue broke from ! those who endeavored to detain her and rushed headlong into the lie! I of llame, which Instantly lapped her up, leaving nothing out a lew charred bones. A F.VLLINC, WALL CRUSHES A ClltoljP. A few moments after the horrors of this scene had been enacted, and before the terrified group who witnessed it had time to move a toppling wall fell Into their midst, crushing into lifeless shajies eight or them. The blinding heat and smoke rendered it impossible for any eiiort to be made to help those who were only injured, and the agonies of their death was enhanced by the blistering neat. In this quarter alone it is impossible to estimate the loss of life. Those who ire saved look mid act like maniacs. Wherever the heat is not too great they stand and gaze with black luster eyas on tho ruins. Women who never knew inything but luxury, are shivering in tho cold wind and wondering wiiore they are to find food and shelter to-morrow. IIUCGINO THE RUINS FOR WARMTH. In some places where enough of the walls are left standing to form a partial shelter, groups of women and children arc huddled together for warmth. The piteous wall of babes mingle with the moan of helpless mothers. THE TERRI1ILE HEAT. Near the corner of Madison street, where the flames seemed to havo spent their utmost fury, the very earth is burnt into an almost Impalpable pow der. Xo vestige of any wood work re mains, and the very stones and bricks are fused into shapeless masses. "Fur ther down the avenue tlie destruction, while equally groat, was not so flercc, and the remains keep still some of the appearance of what they were. NINE-TENTHS OF THE VALUATION Of Chicago has been swept away in one short day. Two hundred blocks of the finest portion of the city arc destroyed. Chicaoo, October 10. 1 v. m. The cast elevator of the Illinois Cen tral Railroad is the only building left standing in the district bounded by the cast and Harrison street on the south. Everything else is swept clean. Noth ing is saved. The bare walls In many cases are left standing, but otherwise there is nothing but ruins to mark that portion of the city. The banks, whole sale business houses and public build ings of all kinds in that district, includ ing the hotels, Courthouse and Postolllce, arc totally destroyed, with all thejreon tents. The loss cannot as yet be esti mated. THE LOSS OK LIFE Must have been Immense. Thousands flock through the streets and rubbish, i many oi them hungry. One third of the city have no shelter. The thunder of falling walls, the explosions where the firemen were at work, the blinding smoke and constant falling of burning cinbers made it seem a very HELL UPON EARTH. Yet hundreds of half crazed men and women had to be forced awav by the officers befote they would leave their dwellings. One woman with her child in her arms returned to her house on Pearson street to save some article, and before she could gain the outside again tlie flames had enveloped the building. She attempted to get out below, but the flames swept In a scorching blast across the doorway, and she retreated to the next floor and made an attempt to es cape by a window. Just as she reached the window her energies were exhausted, and in sight of the crowd that still lin- ecrcd at the edgeof the fire-line, she sank own with AN AGONIZINO SCREAM, That will ring in the ears of those who heard It for many a year. As the flames advanced, the mass of wild humanity was compelled to cross the river, but in many cases they were too late. The bridges at Dearborn, South Clark, Slate and La Salle streets were scenes of the most horriblo catastrophes. Men, women and children rushed to the bridges to cross with tho flames hissing and roaring close to their rear. Some of them plunged Into the river and at tempted to swim across the narrow channel, but burning blocks of wood were falling on every side of them, and they were 11URNED 1N TIIE WATER. The loss of Iifo in this maimer cannot lie estimated and will never be known. At the Dearborn street bridge a most terrible catastrophe took place. It had been turned to allow the passing of a vessel, when a crowd of over a hundred men and women rushed to the bank to cross. The buildings on botli sides of tlio street were wrapped in a sheet of flame, and the clothes of the victims, were on fire. In their frenzy they jumped into the river, and nearly all of tlicm perished, llio.se mat did not take to the water being roasted alive on the shore. The Springlield Republican, usually remarkably correct in its information. never made a greater mistake than when it asserted that the editors of tlie lrom- an,K Journal "have forgiven IhoJlcrolw liotr, and are about taking It into part nership." In the first place, that jour nal has nothing to forgive thcA'croiift'on; and in the second place, the Jlcvolution Is not in tlie market, nor does it propose tocommit matrimony, itnasastcadiiy increasing circulation, and is abundantly able to stand on its own feet, and say its own word in its own way, without fear aud without favor; and it has not even considered tlie proposals made to It by other parties who nre far more anxious to absorb it than it is willing to be absorbed. Wo arc glad that the lienub- lican has discovered that the Jlcvolution "is a good paper." llcvolutton. The Suez Canal Is the great rival to the racilic Railroad, it is being questionable with New York merchants which route has the advantage. Constantinople is to have a railroad tunnel under the Ilosphoms. SPECIAL NOTICES. WILLIAM DAVIDSON, Benl Estate Dealer. orriCE-No. 64 Front Strcdf, PORTLAND. Oltr.COX. TEAL ESTATE IN THIS CITY AND EAS1 J.X. l'ortlanil. In the most desljrable localities rouklstlngof Lots, IIalk I!mcks and IIlocks HofSKS and Htoiiks. Also. lMritovi:i Fahms and Vai.itahm: Us CfLTivATKii Lands, located in all ixirls of the ninie, lorKme. 1 Real Estate and other Proncrty purchased for CornKMiudentK, In this Citv and through out the statks nnil TKitnrnmiKs. with great care, and on the most AiivastaowiU.s Ti:i:ms Hocsim Asn Stoi-.Fo .I.in.si:i), Loans Ni:oo- TIATKl) and CI.AIUS OK AM. DusCltllTIONS l'KOMlTI.Y(.V)I.I.fXTKll.all(l II UKXKItAI. FINAN CIAL ami .uKNev iiusinks hcansacteii. Aoents of this Okkk-i: Iii all the Cities and j towns in the mtatk win rccotvcdescriptiou of I Kakm Piuh-ek I ,,bovc '"Mre invalid lurwnni mo Mime ionic ng Parrish, Atkinson & Woodward REAL ESTATE AGENTS Corner Alder nml I'runt Street, TTAVi: PROPERTY FOR SALE IN TORT- JLX hind and throughout Oregon generally. We can offer SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS to Purchasers of Itenl Estate. Houses Rented. Rents Collected. , Money Loaned, Taxes I'nhl And everything that pertains to the Real Es tate iiusiness aticuueu m wnu jiruuipiuers. ICGAL PAPERS WRITTEH AND. ACKNOWLEDGED ' J. I- ATKINSON. Notary Public I 3t. PAURISII. Ill TYLER WOODWARD. EMPLOYMENT OFFICE! Xo. SO front St., American r.xeliniig Iliilldlng. CONTRACTORS, Hotel Keeper. Farmers Canx-ntcrs and Iliilhlerx. Kniiilllc.and in lact all who require help of any kind, will find II louiclrnd vantage to call and leave their ad-dn-ss. j. it. wrriiKHKr.T P. S. I have also some Good Farmland IiOta lorxaic. ng JrR. W. COBUIIX & McCABE, BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS 5 WASHINGTON STREET, UP-hTAIRS, Portland, Oregon. vt one uono ai iikasun AI1LE RATES. Ill $20 A DAY TO MALE AND FEMALE AGENTS rj) INTRODUCE THE CELEHILVTED $25 Buckeye Shuttle Sewing Machine. Stitch alike on both sides, and In the only licenced Shuttle Machine In the United Mates for less than iiO. It nsess the Celebrated Wll fon Feed, and Is acknowledged!))- all to be the oesv ramny .nacnine ior neavy ami ugnirew ing in I ne jnarxeu Outnt free. Address MINER A PEARSON. nl General Acents, Albany, Oregon. Plowing. Wet Soil. Hardly any practice on the farm Is more to lie depre cated than plowing or stirring the soil rncn wet. inis is one oi tne smaii rop, and lasting injuriously through the whole season. Unless In sandy soils, any stirring or moving by spade, plow, or harrow, when wet, tends to compress and compact its particles, when the biect is or ought to be, to pulverize and make mellow. "Good tillage is manure:" and stirring of wet soil is only allowable in a brick-yard. No imple ment that we know or is capable or again oneulntr lumps of earth to atmospheric action and influences, after they have i i , ' Tr . , i once cioseu up, uy cuiupressiuu, aim ue come externally hardened. Any one can observe this, by moulding a lump of damp earth in their hand, when it becomes the consistence of putty. When exposed to tne air it becomes nearly as hard as stone. j " Plain young ladies often become pretty old ones. OUR AGENTS. The following persons are duly milhcinzitl to act as Agents fur the New Noktiiwk.st : 1L Wood Travellns: Audit Mm. M. Jeirrles .Trawling Agi-nt II. 11. Welch WiiMiln:rtm cnunlv Dr. J. Watts L-iftivcttv A. N. Arnold Alluinv CI. W. LaWMn JSiilcm M. 1. Owen......- - .Snlc-m Mrx. l A. I olium Oregon Cily Mr. J. DoVoro Johnson - Oregon l ily Thus, l'lirwins Mllwmikle R. Pcnthinil Mls-iS:illle Applegate. The Dalles Yonciilhi ....Kosclmrg ....Konst Grove San Kranciseo .Miss ll. A. iiwens . T. Scott. Kvi I- P. Holier Mrs. Iaum Deforce (ionlon..... California Other parties duMrlng to act as Agents will pleiiM? forward their names. We want Agents at every ostotnca throughout Oregon and lilngton Territory. XKW ADVERTISEMENTS. CATjTj at Ackemian's One Dollar Store, DO Firt .Street, Between Wnhlngtnn and Alder, next to Dr. Chapman's Drug Htore. ' x i o o s Lower THAN ANYWHERE ELSE ON THE PACIFIC COAST Aclierman's Dollar Store ! ivri-sr smu Luiiiir, missis ami (iiilui:i:s Volvot Hats ! lll'-SIDES, AT OUR ONE DOLLAR STORE We have (Up-Stalr) the Largest and Rest Se lected .Stock of FANCY GOODS AND TOYS, (ALL OUR OWN IMPORTATION), i'liolc4iIe nnil Itetnll. Portland, Oct. 6, lWI-ittl BANCROFT & MORSE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 3D 313 jL. Xi 3U 3f5 S BOOKS AND STATIONERY, 9 101 lint Street. 2rortlfcXXcL, Oregon. Portland, Oct. 6, lSTl-nOn McClBENY'S ACADEMY srxrsic, Corner Firth, nnil I'oliiuibln Streets WILL OPEN Wedneiiay, September 13, 1871. FORTTiA2D ADVE1VTISEMEIT& ttT! AxnfiS CvySt., SAX FKASCliCO f Rbavcii, KH'FjbstSt., 1 POKTIX1,OOS. m, GRAY, HVT-ULisio 3P la To lis lib X- Importer uaJi IXaltsr mail kinds of MUSICAL MERCHANDISE Sole Asejit lor tin- J'nelile Cot ..OIt STEMWAY'S AND DTHI3 FI3S7-CLASS P1AKCS, VST) The J3ui'dt-tt Oi's:sti.- The Best in tic World! PIANOS AND ORGANS TO RENT! And rent applied to purchase. ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL TXSTRUMIL15 Timed mid ICcihiirvit. Every Instrument Fully WamiKtod FOR FIVE 7 EARS. W ANTE IIS Agent In i:i-ry Toivu Ii: Uie mate. Catalogue and Prtee LWt sent free on appli cation to 5. I.. IelR.VNS, Manager Omyn Branch 11 title store, 121 Klnt St., Portland, Oregon. Misn-u, titr:. mil PACIFIC Boot anil Shoe ftlanufaolory ! Tlio Only ariimillictO'i LADIES' AND GENTS' FINE SHOES On tlio Norther Coast i gHOKS OF nVEKY CLASS Made to Order a eShort -Noiiee, Wholesale and Hattiif. ABE BEING MARE DAiLF. DEPOT AT PACIFIC BOOT AMI SHGE . ilOfSB, Protzinnn, ClilHIiau A- Co., Corner Pint and Motiteon Sit., FortbMA. jrsT OITl The Box-Toed Osfords and Guitars, JERSEY TIE, Tho easiest fltting Snmacr Sboe madw August 1, 1S71. lat 3o., WalilnghMi Hi., bet Second Third, TORTL.VND . .QBOOr rK MANUFACToRB Ai A XO. 1 AUTICLIJ OF 11RKAD; onAcrrERE, CAltES, ;V,nd ni' klJs'PiuarrtMaUy found In a First tnrdoodi deliveml to any part of the citv .ll.TlnlS Erapiro ITotel, .MAIN STREET, DALLES CITY, OREGON BSAi:P 1J.Y THl3 AY- e w Month, on tlie most reasonable tonus. ' oa superior ticeommotlatlops for ftmilics. Cneord Coach lo and from tie lior.wree A lante safe for tne keuinB ot valuables " House open nil nlsrht. n-iauies. "'7 THOMAS nsimi, Proprietor. SHADE & CO. TJE.SPECTFUU.'i INFORM TITF (MMitto PIONEER DY?i!JR tvn erntismn r. " "MJU U. in thlsclty.and jr r . -" for uveinp- wrdt-i Cloaks and Mantl. "i"t"!lA'" -- 1 -VTOni.at. T Jui 21,1371.' 1LUE i CO. PQlTIiANB, ADpSRl SEAL IGS'J''jns Stitzel & UPTO REAL ESTATE: BROKERS CORNER I-RONT AJTD WASHINGTON -rv F01iTl.AXI. OREGON. t.stnts for tho Sale or lots ana Bloe Its U HOLLADAY'S ADDiTiQN i'lH- itTR PATRONS AND THB FTRl.h ) I i lem-ritliv deslrini; to i BtakeAAFB and K ! - I.IABIjK UN vici Jti i lis KMIi rmi -KRTY, we bee leave at this time ton. I ; . i-r ait-nt.on to thi Desirable TractJ which . l:e: KUlnlivkled into Rln-h .tad Lot .an.! . now in the market, to be koIU i.- Altern.ite " and illoolc. No one l.as ever visited thi' Ixx-; nf i .ml I wl .. wiii iy that it in the ir.oJt p.-Mir : subn.hnn Residences of ar.y olle.rt in t imirf", tho land hsvin a r.iu-i.il --ts.v r the river back to Seventeenth bi.rz : i?vav any Bloeklntheentiiini' ovt TVlv.'t -rw Vkwof the City of Porila..d and the Wil lamette river can be had. Ano'ner advaitacxs this proport;. ill hnvr Pr n-Weneefc : o liish water will -. eratli " the drainage oi the cily. THE O. A C. IL R. CO4 NEW Fi-.RHT I I nnvr making rettilar trips from :hoio.'"i FSt.. Coneh's Addition, to- the ff' if Uft'ijui. :., Holiday's Addition. IMPROVEMENTS TO BE MADE: Anldr from jriamie imprvPT"eMt- now 'i- eontemptaliijn by tne Rai!mi;l ('(.mittnj. j.i llw eontm lion or wnarves an-n-m-- :tri-i Maebtne Shops nuite anumher of "iens i1 commoner ereetiug Fine RrMd.i" and H: ine Houses. Mso, streci imii-i.-.pnir n!. nn der contract, by gradlnanu phmkine Hllst(t.i venne its i-ntir.- lenetn.to .Diinwi with Hi- Handy load. We can say that :it leni Halt i Million Pttllan will lv eipend.-ii in p. rmn. i tmpr.vc!iint.'i on tAls Addfon the preMir seasoiu TriH. er Sale: Fortv rer eem. eu--h dnvra : deferred pt - mcrts.-dxandtw.-lve nv.r.thn, UU into.-e..: the rte often per cent, j cr annum. NO QUESTION A3 TO TITLE: STITZEL& ITPT0N Offr or saJe & luve am our. t of PORTT, a v i Aud EAST PORTUVI.l) LEJjlDENCK .... BlI IXESS PROPERTY. Parties vrtaninr to pnrchtse tanr.s. nr inn.' will be conveyed to them and nnm tn - m,. tree of rlia and at all times tn Si..i eonvenicnee of cttr patrons. A farge amount of rhrice FARSfTCfi L N i r -for miIb sitUAtetl tn MultcjManh. Walir., . Vacihlll, Polk, Benton. Lkim, M&rion.CI. . annul, and other rounties A this Stute 1 PRICE LUST call at oar office, FOR S.VLKI Eighty AereLotfrRlc.ndjoliinj(Hnllnd:t Additlou on the ea4. Apply to Htltzc. CpjUrn. Five and Ti-n Acrr Loi.s for wte, aaj.tir., , East PortUr.d, on reasonable terats. Kv ! Hlltzc-I A Upton. Five and Twenty Acre Lots ior sale on , MeAUcniized road three miles wrath of - . eUylualta. Apply to stitzel XJptoti. r.VRX; TO KENT. We nave a nnnber of Improved Farm--. m atni in Washington eoanty, from fturw : ' twenty milas of liorland. WANTKIK At this oiliee, lmm4wMt. fram Two Three. Hundred DwHIlng; Bouses, aitiuloi " i-OTYiana snu a-"i. runinna. iwnenss wH. . patiently. nl ..STITZiX CTTON. .JACOB M A ER, Importer and Wholewle Dealerin 23 St "E . 3r O O X S MILLINERY AHD FANCY OOQDS, Hats ax Gksts Tfuxstsnam Oooo- nml 3flsiit TKIXkrBD AND CNTRIJTBfED HATS A . BONNETS. ' Frames, Braids, Ordx, Ornomeot, Fow. Kt neons, mmmlngs, etc. , Ureal Goods, VrtAUt Corns, TdKce (itnt, RtC. Ladles' Cloaks, CloaJC Trim mings, Etc AGENT OF THK ELTJENDUU5 WOOLV mills ca j A Full Stock of Jitxmket, Tarn, Bo vers, Tweeds mid Caartmercs Ckruhutdy ok Komi. uimiST smnms flTiiiiYiLiJiEij AST PARTICULAR ATTKSTOjfl raid Oil 0?liii.-tl' Sti-COi, jlotwoeii ?forrtse t ansl XninltiU. AT JOHN WILSON'S CAJf BE H.VT : WrilTc COODSPIain.CheeV ind Strip Kamsooic, Soft Finished Camh, hon Unni, Victoria Lawn. Sw Mall, Hair, Conl and Cheek-, Twill Long Cloth, Pc-que, etc CORSETS-In White and Gr.:v. The N afcsortment ever offered ir this M Kei an utes and prices. HOSIERY r.nsllsh, French and f.ermar.. . ordinary and extrj lengths. I-id Mis-ies and Children ; t ''' Boys Hoie and Underwear, tc. LINEN Carabrir Handkcrr-hiefs P- Hcmmedand irem-stltehed. lo;.;. Oents' Hemmed. CliiWnii Braided Suite, V ' l l ' JJnen,etc el. t.isf ealor '- ' - 11 r - J ,'cr yc-i.---.'" s u n o r i e pi , r) 1 M . ' - t 1' kv Lace ' ' -rfnuon.-', Tr'ir:i'i Rif l l.i HEW COODS-Opcncl o .