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..OCTOBER 27, 1871.
The Panic Tlie musical concert given last Friilay evening for the aid of the sufl'erers by the recent devastating fi re3 was qu i te u success. Som e $ 1 ,200 were realized. A panic which occurred among the audience during the fore part of the evening, however, greatly marred the remaining portion of the concert Some misaheivous boy, it seems, amused him self by throwing stones upon the roof, the sounds of which instantly conveyed to tlie minds of a vast majority of the multitude the idea that the building was about to crumble to pieces. Imme diately there was a grand rush for the door and windows. Many were severely wounded in escaping through the win dows by the broken glass, such being the panic that many absolutely forced their way through tlie window panes, regardless of bruises or wounds. To add to the confusion some one shouted "Fire!" Tlie audience at length per ceiving that the building was neither falling nor on fire, gradually quieted down somewhat, though, perfect order was not rei-tored during the evening. Many are the ludicrous stories told of scenes connected with the panic, which will furnish an abundant supply of inei dent and anecdote for some time to eoine. The reiMlition of the pieces was par ticularly creditable, taking into account the fact of so short a time for prcpara tion. Tlie 'Tyrolean "Warblers" gave some of their characteristic pieces, which elicited immense applause. Miss Mayer was warmly encored, and deservedly, too. She is a very fine singer, and with the proper training is capable of doing .almost anything with her voice. The choruses were heartiiv Minir. and Uin nr. clfoSTrawas fully up to the requirements of the occasion. Taken altogether, but for tho panic it would have been one of the most pleasing concerts ever given in Portland. N. P. Railroad. Wo learn from General Sprague, 'says the Jferald, that the first twenty-five miles of the North Paeific Railroad will be completed by Slkmit tlie latter end of November, and that tlie contract for building forty miles more of the road will be let in day or two. It is expected to have this latter section finished early next season, anil when' completed the road will be within fifteen miles of Olympia. The "Western cud of the road is being pushed ahead rapidly. The contract for build ing two hundred miles west from the Red River of tlie North was let a few days ago to F. E. Cauda, and it is pre pared to forward it as rapidly as possi ble. This section will also be completed during the coming year. It is tlie in tention to commence running cars on tliis end of the road as soon as the twenty-five miles arc finished. Two first-class passenger locomotives, two passenger ears, a mail express, aud a baggage car, will arrive at Kalama in a few days. Four thousand tons of iron arc also ex isted there in a couple of weeks. A machine shop 40x100 is also being con structed in Kalama, and when that is finished the population of tlie village will be materially increased, as a large number of workmen arc to be em ployed. Sad Accidbnt. A short time since a youth by tlie name of Alvin McKnight accidentally shot himself, near Fish Lake, in the Cascade Mountains, where his parents, who were moving to East ern Oregon, had stopped to camp for the night. Tlie unfortunate youth was en deavoring to draw the tent from the wag on the pu rpose of pi tch i ng i t, wh en a load ed gun, which had been rolled up in the tent a short time previous, struck against the wagon in such a manner as to go oil", discharging its contents in the breast of Alvin. He reeled backward, was caught in his father's arms and laid gently on the ground, when lie gasped the words, "Good-bye, mother," and expired. Tlie next morning the stricken family turned their steps in the direction of their old home in Linn county and buried their first-born in the family graveyard at Sand Ridge. Deceased was 18 years and 9 months old. This account is gleaned from the local columns of tlie Albany Democrat. State Fair Statistics. Tlie Sec retary of the State Agricultural Society, says the Statesman, finds that the result so far shows the receipts to have been $l!t,925 BS, or an increase over last year of $5S2 05. To this is to be added some $200, received on licenses, tlie exact fig ures are not remembered, making in all over $S00 increase on receipts of 1S70. The entrance money was somefeloO over 1S70, and the license about $200. Who says the Fair was poorly attended ? Blind School. Certain parties de sire to found a school in this State for the blind. All persons who have blind children, and all those who may know of blind persons living in Oregon, are requested to report the same to Miss Nellie Simpson, Salem, Oregon, giving name, Post Olllee address, age, sex, whether parents are living, whether ed ucated or not, and any other information in. regard to such blind persons. It is desired that this information be collected as soon as possible. Jefferson. Tlie Slalcmiansayn that i nn f mis rf monMimMr f n ..,vu.uclJ ,or Ule leaver Hosiery to., Jefferson, arrived by rail road Monday, direct from Davis & Fur- ber, rortn Anuover, Mass. It will be immediately set up and the Hosiery works will soon be in operation. The llounng mill of Jacob Conner will also soon be at work wltu additional and ini proved machinery. Jefferson is golug fliieau antt improving. uk orande. A flouring mill costing $15,000 is nearly completed at La Grande. Other valuable buildings are going up. 51111 AY. Eefusk to Pay. The citizens of Eu gene who subscribed to bring the rail road to that place now refuse to pay, al leging that Mr. Hollailay has broken his contract by erecting machine shops nt Junction City instead of Eugeno as contemplated, which they say was "nominated in the bond." There is a prospect of litigation about the affair. Returned. Kev. John Spencer and wife have recently returned from a visit to their old home near Pittsburg, Penn sylvania. Like most Orcgonians visit ing the States, they found no place they liked so well as the land of big red apples and Vebfeet. Plummer. This benevolent humorist gave an entertainment last Monday evening at the Unitarian church in this city in aid of the "Wisconsin and Michigan sufferers. The receipts were considerable. Fair. Tlie Washington Co. Faircom menced on Thursday last. Owing to tlie rains the attendance lias not been as full as was expected. "Trials of speed" seem to be the principal feature of the lair. Tiik O. & C. Railroad. The track of the Oregon & California Railroad lias been . laid eight miles bej'ond Eugene City, and tlie work of construction is be ing pushed rapidly. printing PR iss. Mr. A. L. Stinson, proprietor of the Willamette Farmer, lias just received a large cylinder Taylor press, and will soon also purchase complete job office. l-KiTi-iiK. .urs. j. u. iTot is an nounced to lecture at the court house in this city to-morrow evening in oppo sition to Woman Suffrage. wheat Sewing. Seeding for fail wheat is fast progressing in Linucounty. A much greater breadth of land will be sown this fall than last. Expected. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Rates are expected here sqon to commence an engagement at Oro Fino Theatre. West Side Railroad. Tlie West Side Railroad will be completed to Hills boro in about twenty days. Spiritualist Oampmeeting. tV campmeeting of the State Associa tion of Spiritualists was annointed for the 22d, 23d and 2Uh days of .Sept. at the grove near Woodbuni. but the una voidable weather of Friday deterred many from starting at the appointed time, and it was not until late Saturday morning that the meeting was organ ized, by electing D. H. Hcndee, of Port land, President, C. A. Reed, of Salem. Vice-President and Harriet K. Eves See'y. P. R. Eves, J. Hawkins and E. UMjicy were appointed Commute or Ar rangements. The hour following was devoted to conference. afternoon session. Meeting convened at half-past one. After the transaction of business, Mr. Charles Lohmeller, trance speaker, ad dressed us on the distinction between the duties of the physical man and the spiritual man. He said : "Man's duties pertain to this world, to the advance ment of science, art, mechanics and all material interests. The inhabitants of the spirit sphere handle thought, all that pertains to the mind as you handle material things, and their duties arc the rurtnerance of spiritual interests. To gether their work is complete and har monious." He was followed by Prof. Chaney, who endeavored to answer the chief objec tions to astrology and to snow mat it did not in any way conluct with any recognized law of nature. The evening session was devoted to conference. Mr. Northcutt, clairvoyant, gave some satisfactory tests, and Prof. Chancy en tcrtalned the audience with a long and interesting account of his experiences as a spiritualist. SUNDAY MORNING. Tlie meeting opened at ten with the reading of a ioem entitled "Footsteps of Angels," from the pen of Cora L. V. Tap- pan. Lecture of Mr. Lohmeller on immor tality. His remarks on mediumslilp were wortny tne attention ot every fepir itualist. Prof. Chancy volunteered an astrolog ical test, and, knowing only the date of birth and sex of an individual, gave s remarkably correct description of char acter, personnl appearance and tenden cies to disease. Tlie AFTERNOON SESSION Was opened by a lecture from Mrs. Eves on education. She objected to the pop ular system because of the lack of phys- cai culture, tne inattention to mat an impoatunt department, physiology, and the large proportion of time devoted to . i. , 41. .,i r ...i,:i. tut; tiui;tviii iiiii(jutii-. inu iivv ... wnini was entirely past, and advocatod a more practical system, sue claims mat tne young should be trained for practical me, lor nusuanus anu wives, lor lathers and mothers of healthful and beautiful children, for farmers, mechanics and Housewives, as well as for the profes sions. She was followed bv Prof, f'linnnv nn the same subject. He argued that the three learned professions were a disad vantage to the world ; that lawyers in creased divisions instead of nrothotlni? uannony; uiatpuysicians wouiu ue use less it me jeopie were taught the alpha bet oi an Knowledge seir-Knwoiedge thai me ciergy were me enemies oi pro; ress in every lorm. Tho commute appointed at tlie June meeting to take into consideration tlie matter of founding a liberal school in this State reported as follows: We. vour committee on school reform. leg leave to present you with the fol lowing report: That a sufficient number of persons interested in tlie movement incorporate themselves under the laws of the State for the purpose of institut- inir a school to be lrce as possible from all sectarian influences. That such in corporate body receive propositions from different parties for the location of such school, and also receive propositions from dinercnt tcacuers as w me pnius for conducting such a school. That said ti hodv oncn books for sub scription to capital stock and do all and any business caicuiaieu iu iuunv; me cause of education. . . . The following resolutions were adopted by the meeting: , , Resolved, That it is the duty of all Spiritualists to stand by the faith they profess, to use all the pecuniary means they can niviro for f hn micoiiraircment of free thonght and the promulgation of v. stum. Jlcsoh cd, That Spiritualism tends to purity of thought, holiness of life and virtuous conduct, and that all who in dulge in profanity, sensuality, licen tiousness, dishonesty or any other form of immorality, violate its fundamental principles and misrepresent its legiti mate tendencies and plain teachings. Adjourned, subject to the call of the executive committee. Harriet K. Eves, Sec'y. Miss Anthony's Address. The au dience that listened to the able address of Mis Anthony last evening numbered about one hundred persons, among whom were several members of the Leg islature. Notwithstanding the fatigue incident to a stage rideover the portage. Miss Anthony spoke with her usual ability and logic, carrying conviction to many minds. Before closing, she intro duced to the audience Mrs. Duniway, the sprightly editress of tlie New Northwest, who made a few remarks about her paper. Her statements that .-he began her editorial career by rock ing tlie cradle, that she was tlie mother of her type-setting sons, and that she had earned the type by her sewing ma chine, were received with applause. Mr. and Mrs. Duniway will accompany Miss Anthony in her tour of the Sound. We hope both ladies will address us again, and that they will put the admission fee within tlie reach of the masses, for there are few in this community who can af ford to pay a dollar for any kind of en tertainment. Olympia Tribune. Editorial Call. We acknowledge the compliment of a caH, made by Mrs. A. J. Duniway, the talented and enter prising editress of the New Northwest, who accompanies Miss Anthony on her lecturing tour of the Sound. The ad mirable results of the lady's efforts to establish her journal were set forth in her remarks of Tuesday evening. She said she began the enterprise sixteen years ago, by rocking the cradle of, and singing lullabys to, the oldest of the three sons wlio perforin tlie mechanical labor upon her paper. The typo anil material were paid for out of the earn ings of her own sewing machine, and the ed I torial labor was performed exel usi vciy by herself. A noble example of the en terprise ot American womanhood when emancipated from the thralldom which has hitherto bound her down to the frivolities and vanities of life ! May it stimulate others to effort, and lit them for tlie duties which they will soon be called upon todischargeas co-Iaborcrs In the great problem of self-government. 1 1 ".. . I - 1 . t J f S 1 ... Miss Anthony's Lecture. At S o'clock Tuesday evening, a large and intelligent audience of ladles and gen tlemen were In attendance at the Olym pia Hall, to listen to tlie lecture of Miss Susan R. Anthony, the far-famed, elo quent, learned and logical advocate of woman's right to the ballot. The sub ject ot Miss Anthony' lecture, was the cniranchiscmeut or women. Her argu ments were able, pointed and logical, her illustrations were forcible and clear. drawn from facts incontrovertible. Miss Anthony's style of argument Is syste matic aud philosophical, her manner dignified and lady-like. It was hard for her to speak as she did for an hour and three-quarters, after a stage ride of 90 miles jinmss Hir pniinrrv. vrr. slin linhl her audience spcll-bouiuf to tlie end. It was a rich treat. When she is rested we uiticipate a thorough and elaborate in vestigation of her commendable and popular theme. Olympia Eclw, Oct. 20. "Where's your filial gratitude, vou naughty boy ? AVhat would you have been without your kind father and moth- or?" "J s'posc as how I'd been an or phan, sir." Mrs. Ida North hsu? been appointed State Librarian of Iowa. SPECIAL NOTICES. WILLIAM DAVIDSON, Real Estate Dealer. OrriCE-No. 64 Front Street, 1'ORTLAXD, OREGON. TKAL ESTATE IN THIS CITY AND EAS1 IA Portland, In the moot deslrablu localities, consisting of lirs, half uutCKs aim hlocils, HOUSES anU MTOKEH. Also. Improved Faiihs and Valuable Ux- cultivatkii Lamm, located In nil parts of the state, lorsaie. Rkal Estate and other Property purchased for CorresiMiudents, In this City and through out tlie States and Tkkiiitohies, with great care, and on the most Advantageous Terms Houses and Stohes Leased, Loans Nego tiated ami Cl.imk ok all Desckhtioss l'ltOMITLYCOLLECTED.alld IIUENEKAL FIN AN cial and Agency Husiness Transacted. AfiKNTsof this Office In all the Cities and Towns In the State will receivcdescrlptlonH of j-akm i-Koi-EiriY ami lorwnru ini- siinie tome above address. u: Parrish, Atkinson & Woodward, REAL ESTATE AGENTS Corner Alder nml Front Streets, TTAVE PROPERTY FOR SALE IN PORT- JUL land and throughout Oregon generally. We can offer SUPERIOR INDUCEMENTS to Purchasers of Real Estate. IIuiim-o Rented. IleutH Collected, Money Loaned. Tntr. Vnlil iV?i3.!7"llnE '? .Pertains to the Real E " imi-imniioitiiii promptness ICEAt PAPERS WRITTEN AND ACKNOWLEDGED J. L. ATKINSON, Notary ruUlc I- M. I'AIUtlSH. "I TYLER WOODWARD. EMPLOYMENT OFFICE! No. SO Front St.. American Exchange Illlllllit!?. CONTRACTORS. Hotel Keener. Farmer j fnrpenterx nnd Ilnllders, Families nml in fact all who require help of any kind, will And it m uicirauraniaKC to can ana leave ineirau dre. j. n. WITHKKELL. 1. S. I have also some Good Farms and IjoU lorkaie. n2 J. It W COBUItX & McCABE, BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS 5 WASHINGTON STREET, UP-STAIRS, Portland, (lrron. Woik done at REASONABLE KATES, nl Literature as a Profession. We have said elsewhere, that success as an editor is necessary evidence of no tran scendent ability. Editing is a profes sion, a business; and so in any other business, qualification for it consists Eartly indeed in pure force of intellect, ut largely in special adaptation of nat ural qualities, and largely in training. But success in purely literary work is a very different matter. That is attaina ble only by rare powers, which very few possess. We feel constantly moved to vigorous remonstrance, in seeing young people starting in an almost hopeless at tempt to achieve a "literary career." Worst of all are the too frequent cases where the aim includes the winning of pecuniary support. Anyone who, with out experience, contemplates such an attempt, ought to know that it is about as easy to make a decent living solely by the use of the pen, ashy searching on the highway for dropped coins. Few, even with thorough education and real talent, can earn a livelihood by literary composition; and most of that few find their course uncertain, trying, and un comfortable to the last degree. If you hope to live by your pen, do not under any circumstances trust to that alone. Fit yourself for some regular business, as proof-reader, or reporter, or editor. Make up your mind to do as much drudgery as most men do. Cultivate the practical qualities of dilligencc, thoroughness, aud business skill; and don't trust to genius for bread and but ter. You may have genius enough to keep your name alive for centuries, but it is very doubtful whether it will earn a comfortable support for you while you live. Chrhtian Union. OUR AGENTS. The following persons nre duly authorized to act as Ascnts for tlie New Noimi west : S. B, Rlood. TrnvclliiK Airent jirx. 3i. jenricK .iraveilliR AKCiit H. H. Welch- Washington county Dr. J. Watts Lafayette A. N. Arnold Mutiny W. Iiwson .Kalem .. -Salem ....Oresim City OrcKon City M. 1. Owen Mr. C. A. Couuni Mrs. J. DoVorc Johnvm ... Tlio. Fiirsons It Pentium! The Dalle .uuwniiKie MlssSalllc Applcj;atc... Youralla .miss n. -. uwens iiosehunr T. Scott. Esq-. Forest Cnivi- Mrs. A. E. Corwiii.. Nchalem . w. Morgan Walla Walla . Jackson.. Kmrene I I. Fisher........ Kan Kninpl-uti Mrs. Iiura DeFon-e (ionloii... California Other parties dcslrlns to act as Asonts will rduc forward their names. We want Agents at every postotllee throughout Oregon and Washington Territory. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. CALL AT Ackerman's One Dollar Store, OO First Street. llctween Washington and Alder, next to Dr. Chapman's Drug Store. Prioos Lower THAN ANYWHERE ELSE ON THE PACIFIC COAST Aokerman's Dollar Store ! LATI.ST SfUtS LtMU', MlhShS'A.MI I'illluKK.N'S Velvet Hats! BESIDES, AT OUR ONE DOLLAR STORE We have (Up-Sta!ni) the Largest and Best Se lected .Stock of FANCY COODS AND TOYS, (ALL OUR OWN IMPORTATION), Wholesale and Retail. Portland, Oct. 6, lS71-ii2t BANCROFT & MORSE, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 3D 33, Ij.B H. fit BOOKS AND STATIONERY, 104 lint Ntrr?. . n qui Xortliaxica., Oregon Portland, Oct. 6, 1S71-U2J NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE! Unparalleled Inducements to Clubs THE NEW NORTHWEST, A Journnl Tor the People, DEVOTED TO THE INTETESTS OF HUMANITY. Our Intensely Interesting Serial Story, "JUDITH REID, A Plalu Story or a Plain IVouinn." Is now bclns published from week to week, ami Is attracting universal attention. A limited supply or back numbers yet on hand. Arrangements have keen made to secure the I Services of a I COMPETENT CORPS OF WRITERS upon any and all nubjectsor Public Interest. The New Xoirrawisrr Is not a Woman' Rights, but n Human Rights organ, devoted to whatever policy may be necessary to secure the greatest good to the greatest number. It knows no sex.no iiolltlcs.no religion, no party, nocolor.no creed. Its foundation Is fastened upon the rock of Eternal Liberty, Universal Emancipation and Untrammeled I'Togresslon. OUR PREMUJM LIST. A an inducement lor our friends to make exertions to secure large clubs for tho Nkw NoimiwusT, we otrer the following list of val uable premiums: For twenty subscriliers, nt $.1 f eaeli,aecom. pauied by the cash, we will give the HOME KIIITTLK SEWINtS MACHINE, without ta ble, Iwaulifnlly ornamented. Price, S.iUL For thlrty-tlve subscribers, at Stui each, ac companied bv the cash, we will given HOME HIHTTLK SKWIXfi -MACHINE, with Black Walnut table, bronzed and nicely finished. Price, Sit. For forty su'.iscrlliers, at S ft) i-acli. accom panied hvlhecash.we willglven HOMESIIirr TLE SEWINi MACHINE, finished In extra style, witli Illack Walnut table and cover. Price, sat The above Sewing Machine:, which are war ranted Ami-class In every particular, rain lie seen at the oftlc-e of (Jeo. W.Tniver, 112 Front street, Itirtlatid. For flfly subscrllK-rs, at SS ft) each, accom panied by the rash, we will give a MAON A HAMLIN 1-ORTAltLK OIKiAN, four octave, single reeil, with black walnut case, automatic bellows swell, two blow pedals. Improved cen ter pressure reed valves, etc. l'rlc-o, .'A. For seventy-It ve subscriliers, at S3 U) each, ac companied by the cash, a double reed MASON & HAMLIN OIHSAX; resembles tho first ex cept that It has also a knee stop. Price, $75. I For soventy-flvo subscribers, at S3 U) each, nccompanlcd by tlie cash ami twenty-five dollars additional, we will give a MASON A HAMLIN OIUSAN. of kivk octavjx, osk STII1 !SKI.r-AIUSTISO IIKKH VAI.VKS, IM ritOVrill IIKXUHVS, TKKMCI.AXT AND KNKK- HWKI.U Price, S1W). lor one hundred suliserllx-rs. at t M) oncli. and twenly dollars additional, we will give a .MAUN v HAMLIN OIMiAN, KIVK OCTAVES. rivK stock, two .SKTS ok lttmtATons Timounit- OCT, IMI-UOVKl) ;ilAlUATKI SKI.F-AIUl'STINU UHKll VAI.HS,IMritOVKI IIKI.l)V.S,TIIKMrjIJlST AND KNKK-.WKt.LS. VIOUV. DIAPASON. FLUTE, TREM PLANT. Price, SIS. Those who desire to work for these tircmlunis can send the names and money as fast as re ceived. The subscriliers will be placed to their credit, and If enough names are not received during the year to procure the premium de- sireu iney can cnooseniusserpremnim.ortliey wlll lie entitled to receive twenty-live percent. In cash of the amount remitted for their labor, OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST. Ak The New Xoimt west hn ai-endy proviM popular Mircen. we are decided that it kIkiM aix prove itTUtrMi'it. To enable our friends who mar decide to can vass for our paper to benefit both themselves and us by increasing our Subscription Lints, we propose to give the following additional Pre mium to canvassers : Any subscriber who I In arrears for the New NoimtWUST. who will send us his orhrnu- subscription fee, and one new stibscrlln'r, ae- companieu iiy ine casn hi we win give : A pair I'arian .Marble Vases; Or a Itohemlan Class Vase; Ora Itohemlan (llavs Card Receiver; Or K dozen Ivory Napkin Rings; Or y, dozen Plated Tea Simhiiis; Or 1 pair Alexandre's Kid (ilnves; Ora spangled Lady's Fan, leathern edgi: Ora Uird Cage; Oran Album for holding lit) pictures; Oran Album (extra) ror holding M pictures; Ora Fancy letter Case; Or a box Toilet Articles. Including uuin chalk, perfumery, etc.; uraiinmuuin im i-ot; Or a Kerosene Lnmpr Or J4 dozen Class (tablets; Or V, dozen Class Tumblers; Ora large Class Fruit Dish; Ora Work Ilasket; Or a Fino Embroidered Handkerchief; Or dozen Linen Handkerchiefs; Or a Woolen Table Cover; OrU dozen Table Napkins; Or J4 dozcnTowels; Oran elegant Portmonla. Any subscriber who Is I ll nrnfeirs l i vnt'o subscription, nnd who will send his or her own subscription fee, nnd two ncsv subscribers, ac companied by the cash making $9 tm wo will send : A set or Rogers' Table Forks, triple plated, on white metal, warranted; Ora setorRocors'TaliicKTwme tt-inl. nifitn.1 on white metal, warranted; ' Or a set of Rogers' Tea Spoons, triple plated, on white metal, warranted; ur y unzen itogers' a- Russell's Table Knives, best quality, warranted: urn naipisomc lllrd Cage. Any person in nrrcarsiorsubscriptlon to THE Nkw Northwest, who will send his or her subscription fee and thrve newsniisiriim . companled by the cash, making j!2 ft), we will A handsome Mnrsallles Quilt; Ora handsome Woolen llnllf r.1 n.i.l ..lilin or blue and white; ur a pair oi rnDie Cloth; Or two pairs of Nottingham Lace Curtains; Or three lutlrs Alexandre's KM f color or size; Ora Japanese Inlaid Work Rox; Or IS yards best yd. wide Sheeting. For seven subscribers nt SS no each, amount. ing to S2I 0). we will send : An extra Castor, triple plated, on white metal valued at $9 00; or n Lady's writing Desk, ofcijual value; OraCablnet, Japanese Inlaid: Oran Extra Japanese Inlaid Work Hot. These articles are all valuable, and nre war ranted to be Just as we reDresenttlinm- IVr- son living in iniscity nrwiiocan visit us can receive mesc nniciesimm our own tmm snt.in hour's notice; or If not convenient to visit us, we will send the articles by express to any ad- No order of this kind will receive attention unless the cash accompanies It. Send money In lVistofilcc orders at the cus tomary rates or currency, or send draft if pre ferred. All orders promptly attended to. We sincerely hope that this unparalleled offer, which is a new feature In the newspaper business in Oregon, will meet with a hearty re sponse Trom the many friends or our paper, who up to this time have seemed to fall to real ize that The New Northwest cannot be run without money. Now Is the time to makeup clubs. Ilegln before some other person gets the start of you. See what you can do for your self, the Public and The New Nohtiiwkst. Eiiijii'e IXotul, MAIN STIIEET, DALLES CITY, OUEGON. BOARD BY THE DAY, Week or 3tonthon the most reasonable terms. Superior accommodations for families, ('ncord Coach to ami from tlie house free. A large safe for the keeping ot valuables. House own all night. nil THOMAS SMITH, IVoprietor. SHADE & CO. RESPECTFULLY INFOltM THE PUI1LIC ' thai they have established a PIONEER DYEING AND SCOURING BUSINESS In this city, and are prepared to receive onlers ' for Dyeing and Cleaning Ijidles' Dresses, Cloaks and Mantles. Also, Damask Curtains and Gents' Clothing. Work done in tlie best style and Wnrranttjh Kid Gloves nently Clcansed. Please gits a call at our Dyeing Establishment. First St.. between Oak and Ash, opposite the Oregon llakcry. July 21, 1ST1. vlnlJ SHADE A CO, $20 A DAY TO MALE AND FEMALE AGENTS ! T0 INTRODUCE THE CELEHItATED $25 Buckeye Shuttle Sewing Machine. Stitch alike on both sides, and Is'the only licensed Shuttle Machine in the United States for less than SW. It Uses tho Celebrated Wil son Feed, nnd Is acknowledgedby all to be the best Family Machine for heavy and light sew ing in tho market. Out tit free. Address MINER A I'EAILSON, nl General Agents, Albany, Oregon. PORTLAND ADVERTISEMENTS. &5J ASDIEIj CLAYRT. SAN FBAXCtaCU. , 1 ( Bn.vNcit, 121 First St.. ( I Foutinu,Ogj.-. CRAY, M IH-cusio 3PTX"fcldLslix Iinporterand Dealer In nil kinds or MUSICAL MERCHANDISE Sole Agent for the Pacific Coat STEIHWAT'S AND OTHER FIRST-CLASS PIANOS, Tlio " Burtlett " Oi-raiis The Best in the World! PIANOS AND ORGANS TO RENT! And rent applied to purchase. ALL K1XDS OF MUSICAL LVSTMJjIKXTS Timed anil IJepalred. Every Instrument Fully "Warranted FOR FIVE YEARS. WASTED: I".ery Town In AKTlltH 111 the Slate. Catalogue and Price List sent free on appli cation to . I- Del'KANS. Manager Gray's liranch Music Store, 121 First St., Portland, Oregon. August 1, 1871. lull PACIFIC Boot and Shoe Manufactory! rJ?lii Oiilj- TsiimIitctoi;- I LADIES' AND GENTS' FINE SHOES On the Northern Coast! gHOKS OK KVKHY CLASS Made to Order on Short Notice, Wholesale and Retail. JSTJEl-SAT STYLES 2 ARE BEING MADE DAILY. DEPOT AT PACIFIC BOOT AXD SHOE HOUSE, lrotzinan. lillllliaii .V Co.. Comer First and Morrison Sts., Portland. J VST OUT: The Box-Toed Oxfords and Gaiters, JERSEY TIE, Tlie easiest fitting Summer. Shoo made. August 1, 1S7I. lnl "F!ttti xalxe 3E3t3x.ox-y ! KLLI' Gl-J It st CO., Washington St., bet. Second aiidTliird, TORTLAND .OREGON rE MANURACTUP.B AN A XOi 1 ARTICLE OF BREAD, CRACKERS, CAKES, nd nil kinds of Pastry usuallyfnund In n First las Bakery. ' caGood delivered to any part of theclf JJl.TlnlS MRS. S. J. HIIMSEY, PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE PAINTER GAN BE FOUND IN HER STUDIO, on the third fiooror Corbett's New Building, rrom 1UA.M.HIU r. it. of each day CB-LEysOXS GIVEJT IN LANDSCAPE PAINT ISO. nl KAST i. RICHARDS, AT TIIK 'Philadelphia Boot & Shoe Store, Have Just received a New Stock or Roots nml Shoe. Etc. All are Invited to call and examine. n-?- 112 TUvi'J."1 pPPwlte McCormlck'! M Rook Store), Portland. PORTLAND ADVERTISEMENTS. ItiaA.L ESTATEi! St ITZEL & UPTON REAL ESTATE BROKERS! CORNER FRONT AND WASHINGTON 3T3., PORTLAND. OREGON". Agents, for the Sale of Lots and Blocks In HOLLADAY'S ADDITION I TO I EAST I OH 'XLAXD . rpO OUR PATRONS AND. TIIK TUDLIC I (ienernllr de-slrine to make SAFK ami HB- I.I.M1LK INVESTMENTS IN JtBAL I'UOI' t KItTY, we bes leave at this time to call row ' attention to this Desirable Tract, which has been subdivided into ijiocks ami ixiiw.unuiK now In the market, to be sold in Alternate Lots and Illoek.s. No one has ever visited this body of land but what will say that Jt is the mo.- t eligible for Suburban Residences of any ottered In this market, the Innd bavins a gradual slope front tho river back to Seventeenth St., there belaf: scarcelv any ltlock in lueeutire tract but what a Fair View of the City of Portland and the Wil lamette river can be had. Another ndvantase this property will have for residences: No Idxh water will everaHeet the drainage of the city. TIIK O. .1 I. It. 1L GO'S NEW FEKI1Y BOAT Is now makinercEiilar trips from the foot of F St.. t'ourli'M Addition, to the foot of ()reou St, HoIIaday's Addition. IMPROVEMENTS TO BE MADE: Aside from trlcantic improvements now In contemplation by tue Kallroad Company, In tne construction oi nan es, areumisa. ami Machine Shons. nulte a number of citizen will commence erecting Fine Residences ami !!- mess nouses. Also, street improvements, un der coiitmct.bygradinsand plankimrllolladay Avenue Its entire length, to connect with the Sandy road. We can say that at Ieutllalf a Minion Dollars win oe exiHmueuiu permanent Improvements on this Addtiou the present season. Terms or Salei Forty ler cent, cash down : deferred rav- luents, six and twelve months, witli interest at tlie rate often er cent, per annum. QUESTION AS TO TITLTJI STITZEIT& UPTON Offer for sale a larse amount of PORTLAND and EAST POIITI.AND RESIDENCE and HUSINKSS PHOPKItTY. Parties wishing to purchase farms or kmus will be conveyed to them and shown tlie game free of chnrxp and ut all times to suit the convenience of our patrons. A lace amount nt choice FARMING LANDS for sale situated in Multnomah, Waatiittton. Yamhill, Polk, Ilenton, Lane, Marion, Cteek amiis. and other counties of this State. For PRICE LIsT call at our office. roit s.vli:: Eighty Acre Lot forsale.atljotiiinxlfot today Addition on tlie east. Apply to Slltie! .t Upton. Five and Ten Acre Lots for sale, adjoining East Portland, on reasonable terms. Apiflyto Stltzel A Upton. Five and Twenty Acre Lots for sale on the McAdamized road three miles south of tht eity limits. Apply to Stltzel A Uptou. FARMS TO ItLXT. We have a number of Improved Farirt,sUu ate.1 in Washington county, from fourteen to" twenty miles of Porlnnd. WASTED. At this office. ImmedlnhWv. from Two to Three Hundred Dwelling Houses, situated ia Portlund id and East Portlund. Tenants waiting patiently. nl STITZEL & UPTON. JACOB MAER, Importer and Wholesale Dealer in ID 3rL "5T GOODS, MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS, Hats and Gents Furnishino Goods, I.ndleH' ami Misses' TRIMMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS AJfD BONNETS, Frames, Braids, Cords, Ornaments, Flawers iiiuoons, xrimiulngK, ete. Dress Goods, White Goods, Yankee ao. tlons, Eli-. Ladies1 Cloaks, CIoaK Trim mings, Etc. AGENT OF THE ELLENDALK MILUS CO. WOO LBN A Full Slock of Blankets, Yonus, Bm verg, Tweeds and Cussimere Constantly on Hand. LATEST STYLES MY EVERY STILVMER. K5T IARTICUIiR Onlers. ATTRNTION' I'akl to nli i On Tliii-a Stvoet, Vein een Jloi'risoii ami A'niiiUIII; AT JOHN WILSON'S CAN BE HAD: W H IT E CO O D S-Plaln. Check and SI rlped NalnsooX-, Soa Flnlshe.1 Caraurta. is'clolnueTelce'11 CORSETS-In White and Grey Tlie bt keYlrs?eVeott;rA thUSlS s-et all sizes and prices. H O S I ERY English, French anil German, In inllnaryand cstra lengths, &,r Itdles, Misses and Children: Gents' and Boy's Hose and Underwear, etc. " LINEN Cambric Handkerchiefs, Plain. Hemmed nnd Hcm-stltehed,nnys'and Gents' Hemmed. Children's Linen Braided Suits, Dress Linen, Table Linen, etc. BLACK DRESS SIL KS-"Amerim Gros Grain," "warrantwl not to cmcsr or change color,underthese-ert usage, for years." SUNDRIES Fans, Parasols n"l. White Zephyr (silk and nl- Knit snawis, odleV Wpcr Collars (a pri , in ,ch ox). Lace Collars, Rubber ClothIlk JlUI box), Buttons, Trlmmiiigano '" luumms, Velvet Ribbons, usie jiin-iim.ioes, ' etc. W COODS-Openedeveryweek. n!2