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She Hen? fertoest FKIDAY NOVEMBER 24, 1S7J. iK Absconding Contractor. Mr. Jordan, one of the contractors for the construction of the canal and locks around the Willamette Falls at Oregon City, has absconded. A late number of the Oregon City Enterprise has the fol lowing in regard to his disappearance: "One of the contractors, Mr. Jordan, of the work to construct the locks across the river, disappeared very mysterious ly last Monday, and it is thought that he has absconded. He left here last Saturday for the purpose of going to Portland to get money to pay off his hands. After he arrived at Portland, he wrote back to Mr. .Lord, who is superin tending the work, stating that he had coneluded to go to San Francisco and lay the aflliirs before his sureties, and would leave on the steamer on Monday. He did not go on the steamer, and it was ascertained that he had passed up the valley on the railroad on Monday even ing, taking the cars at Milwaukie. It looks very suspicious, and the impres sion is that he lms absconded. "Ve are informed that the contractors are very heavily involved. They are in debt at Portland to a considerable amount, and in this eity. Mr. Lord, who has en dorsed for them, is said to be the loser of about 518,000 ; Mr. Charman, of this eity, about $5,000: and a number of smaller accounts around town, probably to the amount of $5,000 more. They are also in debt on their pay roll to the lmiHla about $0,01X1. This la.st sum the Lock CoinjMiiy pidikwc to jiay, so that the laborers will not lose anything. Capt- Smith, the 'Company's engineer, has taken charge of the work, and will continue to prosecute it on behalf of the Company as fast as the condition of the weather will permit, and in the spring put on a large additional force of men to complete the work in accordance Willi the obligations of the Company to the State. Mr. Jordan had won the confi dence of our entire community, and his conduct lias taken all by surprise. "We hope the matter may turn out better than it now appears." 1 1 is now stated that the contract to construct the canal and locks is virtually closed out, and the State is a loser to the tune of thous ands of dollars by the transaction. John FostkOojjvicti;i. John Fos ter, the libertine who lured a young girl from tin "SMfcEair Grounds, and accomplished hor ruin in Portland, has been corrvieted. His sentence will be pronounced to-morrow. The extreme , punishment; mat. can ue liuiicteti upon i him under thetatu'tes is five years in the PoriSnX!ary;,Snd threastsix months In the county jail 'Considering tl'jTpn oythffiffiftencef thitjs cer mty aery ifgElxidEafion'oF just ice- KBOBAPHT. LftU.tW, here's for you 1 Bead C A. tier's at anu Mtkeadvantagopf the pf3JHWBitW lrere offered. TlroseoT you who are rusting out for ometbingto do, photild p-'iv Attention tot'.iis niui'cr at once. Tiio&e of you wlv . v. r irked at hard, unremuncrative labor should learn such work as this, and drive able bodied men to the fields and mine camps. Railroad Contract Let. The Oreyoniati learns that Messrs. Abbott, Lamb and Malthrop of this city have been awarded the contract for construct ing a twenty-five mile section of the Northern Pacific Railroad, commencing at the end of the section now in course of construction, or twenty-five miles northward from Kalama, a point a short distance below Pumphrey's. Columbia Riveh Trade. The O. S. N. Co., says the Mountaineer, will have taken down the Columbia river from AValhila, by the time the present season closes, about three thousand tons of freight, composed of wheat, barley, flour, bran. etc. Thus gradually has this trade increased until it has assumed its present importance. Thibd St. Store. John Wilson's new advertisement will appear next week. In the mean time, if you want to deal with a reliable business man, and purchase first class goods at the lowest market prices, there's a first class place. to co. Remember the first Third Street Store. Mns. Levy's Advebtisbment. Mrs. C. Lovy and her clerks have been too busy waiting upon customers to write hor advertiscment for this issue, as was promised our readers last week. Go and .sco her assortment, evcryuooy, aim sni isfy j-ourselvcs. Sbattle Lumbering Mill. Read our advertisement of the Seattle mill property. Wo are prepared to give full particulars to those wanting to make such a investment. The chance is a rare one. Grain in Store. Large amounts of grain are in store iu 'Washington coun ty, awaiting the further completion of the railroad before being transported. Huge Cabbage. This oflice is under obligations to Mr. Geo. Sheppard for.a huge head of cabbage. lie keeps the best in market. Attobnhy. J. F. Brown, of Eugene City, comes forward with his card. Busi ness entrusted tohim will receive prompt! attention. Track Laid. The track of the Ore gon Central (West Side) has been laid a distance of over ton miles, and the M-ork goes on. Prosperity. Fifty new buildings have been erected in Eugene during the last four or five months. , , A. Clarke Hole Proprietor. Mr. P. has again become sole proprietor of the Oregon Vahsman. ialb College Party. The Yale College Exploring Party, says the Bul letin, departed en route for home by the Oriilaramc last Wednesday evening, They carry with them a large amount of curiosities, fossil remains, etc, eta, wiilcli they have collected during thei explorations through the country. They also have descriptive notes of the coun try through which they have passed, which they propose to publish as soon as possible after reaching home. Thanksgiving Ball. "Vc have re ceived an invitation to pay throe dollars for a "ball ticket" and fifty cents for a "lunch" at the Chemeketa House on Thursday evening of next week. Should be happy to oblige our friends, but must decline, as we always want roast turkey on Thanksgiving. Medical. Dr. Aborn, whose adver tisement we give in another column, has permanently located In Portland; where we doubt not his success will continue to to be as remarkable as heretofore. Crowded Oct. An interesting com munication from Olympia is crowded out of this issue. "Will appear next week Hoarding House. Albert G. Man ning, Olympia, keeps a first class private boarding house. hNOW. A few days ago snow fell to the depth of two inches in the valleys of Baker county. " Niixt "Week. Look out for Himcs & Bacbelder's new advertisement next week. . . . Steam iio.VTiNo. Boats arc now run ning to Corvallis, on the upper Willam ette. Almomds. Almonds possess ono verv important quality which is not known. isy pouuuing and mixing with water, and straining, a beverajre almost pre cisely similar to the sweetest and rich est milk may be obtained. Cream even separates from this milk, and can bo converted into butter. Thus almond orchard would allord us a superior fuuiny oi miiK, cream ami nutter. "Bee's Cyclopedia," in a rec-iiH; for pre iKiring milk of almouds. irfvcs the nro- liortioii as one ounce of almonds to one quart or water. And as the trees fully grown average twenty pounds per tree, half of which we may estimate as shell. we may cxjiect one hundred and sixty cious properties, it is said by chemists to be fully equal to cow's milk, and fine medical properties, being a valuable remedy for heartburn, acidity, etc. It becomes acid from age, but never rancid. The varieties advertised bv iitirsorvmmi are the sweet hard-shell, most hardy, ladies thin shells for the South, Sultana or papcrshclls for the North. Shut Your Moi-rir.-This is rather a strong phrase, but analyzed, it is a very important one. Pulmonarv weak ness, loss of teeth, dyspepsia, proneness to infectious diseases all, we have been told, may be charged upon the habit of inhaling through the mouth and an open mouth is not only the cause of dis ease, but a sign of weakness, anil shows a very wavering character. Therefore, if you would keep your lungs free from the organic dust in the atmosphere, shut your mouth, and render yourself less liable to infectious diseases. If you would keep your lungs healthy, your teeth good, your digestion excellent, shut your mouth. Then there is often a moral safety in keeping one's mouth shut, i ou may thereby tninii twice be fore you speak once, and often put a padlock upon an unruly tongue. When children were children, which is not of ten the case now, the advice was more valuable. y. Y. Express. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. "BEHOLD THE WOMAN!" MRS. M. M. MILLER, WILL LCCTUIIE AT Philharmonic Hall SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER St. Subject: "BEHOLD THE WOMAN." T la. s Spaco Is reserve"! for IVEDFLS. C. LEVY, DEALER IN MILLINERY AND DRY GOODS, TTNT1L SHE OBTS TIME TO WRITE AN KJ Advertisement. n) MRS. M. J. ENSIGN, Fashionable Dress and Cloak-Maker, Third Street, Near Washington,' TrEEPS A FULL ASSORTMENT OF PAT IV terns, triiumed and untrlinmed. COUNTRY D KISS-MAKERS will find It to their advantage to glre her a call. Orders Eicrntrd with .ratnrss n l)lptfh. Cliarees Reasonable, n!9 OUR AGENTS. The following persons are duly authorized to aci as Agents for the New Noirru west : B. Blood Traveling Agent ;;nh3i:.Jfrr,cs- .Traveling Agent ; If- l clch Washington county Dr. J. Watt Lafayette A. N. Arnold Alhanr G. W. Lawson Salem M. 1". Owen . . -Salem Mrs. C. A. Cobum- Oregon Cltr -Mrs. J. DcVore Johnson. Thos. Parsons ,,, -Oregon City MI1W iwaukle it- Pcntland.. The Dalles MissHallie Applegalc -Yoncaua jus- Li. iiwens , Rosebure J. T. Scot!, Esq .Forest Grove jirs. .- iorwin.. O. W. Morgan. J. W. Jaeksnn jenaicra Walla Walla Eugci.e I I. Klshcr San Francisco Mrs. Laura DcForce Gordon uainomia Other parties desiring to act as Agents will please forward their names. We want Agents at every postofllcc throughout Oregon and Washington Territory. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A RARE CHANCE CAPITALIST ! A ONE-HALF OR ONE-THIRD INTEREST YESLEK'S Mammoth Lumbering Mills ! SEATTLE, WASHINGTON TER., CAN HE HAD pOR PARTICULARS INQUIRE AT THE OFFICE OF THE "XEYV NORTHWEST," THE PROPRIETOR AT SEATTLE. Nov.29,ls71-n2) A CARD TO THE LADIES. ONE OF THE MOST ESSENTIAL BRANCH esofa Lady Education I. the .SCIENCE OF ELECTKO.TELEGRAIMIY. THE TELEGRAPHING DEPARTMENT Of the National Business College Aflbnlsall the facilities for a thorough knowl edge ofthU science. Indies devoting one hour each day for three months will become FIRST-CLASS SOUND OPERATORS. There Is no lulncx. In the world more Invlt I ntr or more appropriate for Lad les. The Miuly U not labor!oiior tedious. To IhoM? having k-Uure hours It would serve as a Ikiktlme. Uidles may ncenpT the hlchest positions when povs.ed with the required Skill. Scliolarolilp (Time Unlimited) 830. For further Information nddrK C A. WHEELER, "29 Box 101, ltortland, Oreson. JAMES F. BROWN, Attorney, Counsellor at Law and NOTARY PUBLIC. EUGENE CITY OREGON Consultations In the Knsllxli, French, Oer- PRIVATE BOABDIHG HOUSE. ALIIEKT . MANNING XTEEra A FIRST-CLASH BOARDING HOUSE XV lor me accommoiiation or eoplc who pn ter u Ulet home to the confusion of a hotel, Terms moderate. Olympia, W. T. rcstf. DR. ABORN, Oculist and Anrlst, Throat and LniiK PIITMICIAX. Laboratory. ConsaltiBgr aad Opcrarting- I APARTMENTS, CORNER THIRD AND MORRISON STS., Portland, Orefon. rO ADVERTISEMENTS. CALL AT Ackerman's One Dollar Store, 09 First Street. Between Washington and Alder, next to Dr. Chapman's Drugstore. 3Px-o o s Lowor THAN ANYWHERE ELSE ON THE PACIFIC COAST Ackermau's Dollar Store ! UTBT STILES LADILS', MILLS' AXO CUIlUIiU Volvot Hats ! BESIDES, AT OUR ONE DOLLAR STORE We have (Up-Stalra) tlio Largest and lUst Re- leclcdStoek of FANCY GOODS AND TOYS. (ALL OUR OWN IMPORTATION), lVIioIratle nml Itelnll. Portland, Oct. 6, 1871 nil BANCROFT & MORSE WHOLESALE! AND RETAIL BOOKS AND STATIONERY, 104 Flrtt Slreel. Poirtlaxici, Oregon Portland, Oct. C, IS71-n2l 2kItS. ACH, JUST RETURNED FROM SAN FRAN Cisco with a large and Splendid Stock of XDEf32" G-OOXS, SILKS, WORSTED GOODS, GRENADINES, Japanese Silks, Poplins, Alpacas, Lawns, Marseille. Etc. ALSO.. A Largo and Beautiful Assortmcntot MILLINERY GOODS, RIBBONS, Tine Laces, Etc., Of every varlct y and description. Straw Goods. Parasols and Kid GloTt's 01 the best quality. JEWELRY, FANCY WOODS, ETC.. On hand and made to order. CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' CLOTHES Of all descriptions, at'nll nml Exnmlne the Stock. Oooiln Sold to Suit the Times. I- AC1I, 37 First street, Portland, RSr CONSTANTLY Receiving New Supplies by every Steamer. n'- iik. j. ;. LENN, X 3E3 NTIS 107 Front Street, PORTLAND - nl GO TO HENDEE'S GALLERY I?OR REMI1R.VNTS, PHOTOOAPHS. SUN ; Pearls, I Jfc-slzc lectures, aud IMctiirm of Every rnde. Children's nnd babies' Pictures taken cheer fully and satisfaction guaranteed. Price mod erate. Inl2 MRS. It, LAWLESS, JJANUFACTURER AND DE.VLEJl IN SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, ETC., Corner Front and Yamhill streets, "Portland. Shlrti Jlnde to Order Of the brstmaterial.and warranted tout. All kinds of mendins done. t PORTLAND PORTLAND ADVERTISEMENTS. ri am nr. claykt., San Kk.vscic. Bll.NCII, 121 I'iiwtSt., l I"oirrL.isD, Ook. M. CRAY, Importer and Dealer In all kinds of MUSICAL MERCHANDISE Sole Agent Tor the l'nclfic Const .roit. STEIMWAY'S AND OTHER FIRST-CLASS PIANOS, . .AND. . The "33ivdctt" Organs I The Best in the World! PIANOS AND ORGANS TO RENT. And rent applied In purclias-e. ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Timctl nml Itcpnircil. Every Instrument Fully Warranted FOR FIVE YEARS. WANTED: ,)rent In Etrry Tumi in tlie Slntr. Catalogue and Price LUt sent free un nppll- catlon to O. I DelMl.VNS, Mana'ger Gray's Branch Music Store, 121 KIn.t St., Portland, Oregon. Auuvt 1, 1371. lull PACIFIC Boot and Shoe Manufactory ! Tito Only rnmilUetoi-j- LADIES' AND GENTS' FINE SHOES Ou the Northern fonst ! s HOES OF EVERY CLASS Hade to Order on Short Notice, Wholesale and Retail. ARE BEINU MADE DAILY. DEPOT AT PACIFIC BOOT AND SHOE HOUSE, I'rutzninii. tSlllllinn A Co., Comer First and Morrion SLs., Portland. J IT ST OUT: The Box-Toed Oxfords and Gaiters, JERSEY TIE, The easiest fitting Summer Shoe made. Anaustl, 1S71. in JIRS. S. J. KUMSEY, PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE PAINTER UK FOUND IN HER STUDIO, on the U'third floor of Corbetf New lHiildlng, from 10A.M.tllHl'.M.oieaciiuay ISB-LEssOSS OIVKS IS I.sslSCAvr. P.VIfT' tsa. ELI-I3VG0KTt CO, Washington St., lel. Second andTliIrd, 1-ORTLAND . .OREGON fE MANUFACTURE AN A NO. 1 ARTICLE OF , BREAD, .CR.CKKRS, CAKES, And all Idndsnf Pastry usually found in a First uiass uaitcry. K.V Goods dellvcreil to any part of the eitv Jil.llnli KAST & RICHARDS, PMl:delpMa Boot & Shoe Have Just received a Xen NtocU of Hoots ami Klio-, Store, Etc All are invited to call aud examine. 112 Front street (opposite McComUck'sj Book Store). Portland. No. 3 PORTLAND ADVERTISE3IENTS. BEAL ESTATE Stitzel & UPTON REAL ESTATE BROKERS! COBNER FRONT AND WASHINGTON STS., PORTLAND, OREGON. Agents for the Sale or Lots and Blocks in HOLLADAY'S ADDITION. EAST PORTLAND. rpO OUR PATRONS AND THE PUBLIC X Gcnenilly deslrlns to make SAKE and RE LIABLE INVESTMENTS IN REAL PROP ERTY, we lies leave at this time to call your attention to this Desirable Tract, which has been huhdlvided into Illocks and Lots, and Is now in the market, to be sold In Alternate Lots and Illocks. No one has ever visited this body of land but what will hay that It is the most eligible for Suburban EcMdeuccs of any ottered 111 this market, the land bavin: a gradual elope from the river back to Seventeenth ht., there bcim; scarcely any Block In thecntirc tract but what a Fair View or the City of Portland and the Wil lamette river can be had. Another advantage this proierty will have for residences: No hish water will excrallcet the drainage of the city. THE O. & C. R. R. CO'S NEW FERRY IIOAT Is now makln?recular trlis from the foot ot St., Holladay's Addition. IMPROVEMENTS TO BE MADE: Aside from sirautlc IninrovenienLs now in contemplation by too Itallroad Company. In III. UlUQII Ul llrtl WS, llillVJIUUVHilllU Machine .Shops, finite a number of citizens will commence crcctins Fine Residences and Bus iness Houses. Also, street improvements, un dcrcontRict,byKradinsandpluukiii7HoIladay Avenueits entire length, to connect with the Sandy road. We run say that at least Half a Million iraiiars win ic expenueu in permanent improvements ou tills Atldtlou tli present sea&on. Tcrmi of Nnle: Forty Ir rent, cash down ; deferred pay ments, six and twelve months, witli Interest at the rate often percent. cr annum. . KO QUESTION AS TO TITLE! STITZEL& UPTON Offer for sale a larse amount of IORTLAND and K.VST l'ORTIM) RESIDENCE and BUSINESS PROPERTY. I"arties wlshlm; to purchase farms or lands will be conveyed to them and shown the same free of charge and at all times to suit the convenience of our natrons. A. lnrce amount of choice FARMING LANDS for sale sltnated til Multnomah. Washintoii, Yamlilll, Polk, IkMltoji, Lane, Marlon, Clack amas, nml other counties of this State. For PRICE LIST call at our otnee. FOIl SALE: Eighty Acre Lot TorMile.adJoliiiii;; Holladay's .uuiuon ou me eusi. .vpp'y lu aiuzei & Upton. Fivo and Ten Acre Ixts for sale.adloinln East Portland, on retusouable terms. Apply to .smzei .v i pion. Five and Twenty Acre IN for ale on the Mcdamlzel roail tlin-v littles south of the city limits. Apply to Stitzel A Upton. r.VRJI.N TO KENT. We have a number of Improved Farms, situ- nf.sl in wasuinstiin eniiuiy. iroin louneen O twenty miles or 1'orianu. WANTED. At this oflice. immediately, from Two to Three Hundred Dwelling Houses, situated In Portland and East rortiami. Tenants waning patiently. nl STITZEL Jfc UPTON. JACOB MAYER, Importer and Wholesale Dealer In D ZO--5T GOODS, MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS, Hats and Gents Furnishing Goods, I.ndles anil Misses' TRIMMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS AND BONNETS, Frames, Braids, Cords, Ornaments, Flowers Ribbons, Trimmings, etc. Dress Goods, White Goods, Tankce tlons, Etc. Ladies' Cloaks. CloaK Trim mings, Etc. AGENT OF THE ELLENDALK WOOLEN MILLS CO. A JPull Stock of Blankets, yarns, Bea vers, Ttceeds and Cassimcres Constantly on Jfand. LATEST STYLUS MY EVERT STEAMER. E- PARTICULAR ATTENTION Paid to Orders. nl On Tltirrt Stx-cct, ItetHeii Morrison nml Yniiihill, AT JOHN WILSON'S CAN BE HAD: lions Cloth, Pciue,etc Vet all nl" and I"Ices- -"Smearier . ,ueuCambric Handkerchiefs, Plain, U H EM Hcnimcd and Hem-stttclicd.boys' and rents' Hemmed. Children's Linen Itraldcd Suits, Dress IJncn, Tabic Linen, etc. BLACK DRESS SILKS "American Gros " tlrak' "warranted not lo crack or change coior.unucrine severest usage, for years." SUNDRIES-Fans, Parasols (silk and al 8 para), White Zephyr Knit Shawls, Ladles' Paper Collars (a prize in each box), Lace Collars, Rubber Cloth, Silk Buttons. Trlmtnlngand Sash Ribbons, I v eivci iuooous, usie inrcad utoves, etc HEW COODS-Opened every week, tin NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE! Unparalleled Inducements to Clubs THE NEW NORTHWEST, A Jonrnal for the People, AXD DEVOTED TO THE INTETESTS OF HUMANITY. Our Intensely Interesting Serial Story, JUDITH R E I D I A Plain Story or a l'lain Womnii," Is now being published from week to week, and Is attracting universal attention, a limited supply of buck numbers yet on hand. Arrangements have been made to secure the Services of a COMPETENT CORPS OF WRITERS upon any and all subjects or Public Interest. The New Northwest is not a Woman Rights, but a Human Rights organ, devobirt to whatever ioliey may be necessary to teeure the greatest good to the greatest number. It knows 110 scs.no politics, no religion, no party, no color, no creed. Its foundation Is fastened upon the rock of Eternal Liberty. Universal Emancipation and Untrammeled Progression. OUR PREMIUM LIST. As an Imliiremcnt lor our friends to make exertions to secure large clubs for the Nbw- NoKTiiwRsT. we offer me lotiowtng hsioi vai- uablo premiums : Kor twenty suuscnuer, at mwcwh,hwiii panted by the cash, we will give the HOME SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, without ta ble, beautifully ornamented. Prlee,S38. v.ir tiiirtv-Hve snltseribers. at ?! Hi eaeh.ae- romiianled bv the cash, we will give a HOME pni"pp! t fi'ii'TV.- r fTr r vl-' win. I llu..L' Walnut table, bronzed ami niceiy nnuneu. Price, 15. For rortv subscribers, at S3 09 each, accom panied bv the cash, we will give a HOMKSUUT TLE bEWING JIACHINE, flnlslieil in extra style, Willi Black Walnut table and eover. Price, S30. The above Sewing Machines, whieh are war ranted first-class in every particular, can be seen at the oflice or Geo. V. Traver, 112 Front street, Portland. For fifty subscribers, at S3 GO each, accom panied bv the rash, we will give a MASON fc HAMLIN PORTABLE ORGAN, four octave, single reed, Willi black walnut case, ammonite bellows swell, two blow pedals. Improved cen ter pressure reed valves, etc. Price,. For seventy-live subscriber, .at $3 W each, ac companied by the rasli, a double reed MASON .V HAMLIN ORGAN; resembles the tlrat ex cept that It lias also a knee stop. ljjtfp. For svcnty-five subscribers, at SW each, .,..nr,i.,i i,v the cash and twenty-flve dollars' additional, we will Rive a. MASON & HAMLIN UItUA, oi rive vi.v, wk STOl'. SELV-.IirSTIX KKKI i-n- ritUVEII 11KI.LOWS, TKEHUIV?.T swei.i. Price, siw. , . , For one iiuiiiireti suiisvriut-n, . w cwu, and twenty dollars additional, we will lve a M.VSON & HAMLIN ORGAN, MVE octa-rs, FIVE STOPS, TWO SETS OK KIBRATORS THROU81I OUT, IMIT.OVEB 01l.DCATED SEI.F-AFUCSf IN KEElVAI.VE,IMPIlOVEInEI.IJ)WS,TKKMCUNT AXI. KNEE-SWELLS. VIOIuV, DLVPASON, FLUTE, TREMUIVNT. Iriee,il35. Those who ileslre to work for these premiums can send the names and money as fast as re ceived. The subscriliers will be placed to their credit, anil if enough names are not received durins the year to procure the premium de sired they can choosea lesser premiuni;r they will lie entitled to receive twenty-live per cent. In cash of the amount remitted for their labor, OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST. As The New Northwest has a trendy pro veil a popular success, we are decided that it shall alo prove aTliicjirir. To enable our friends who may decide to can vass for our lMiper to benefit both themselves and us by increasing our Subscription Lhstn. we propose to Rive the following additional Pre miums to canvassers : Any snlisTllMr urlio Ip In wrreorw for tike Naw Noimi west, who will send us his or her own subscription fee, and one new subserlbw, ac companied ly the cash S6 00 we will gtv : A pair I"arian31arble Vases; Or a liohemian Glass Vase; Or a liohemian Glass Card Receiver; Or V, dozen Ivory Napkin Rlncs; Or dozen Plateil Ten Spoons; Or 1 pair Alexandre's Kid Gloves; Or a spangled Lady's Fan.leatltered eihce: OrallirdCaue; Or an Album for holding H) pictures; Or an Album (extra) for holding fiO picture; Or a Fancy Letter Case; Or a box Toilet Articles. lneitllnir aoan. chalk, perfumery, etc.; ura iiriiannia lea i-oi; Ora Kerosene Lamp; Or dozen Glass (.oolets; Or Yi dozen Glass Tumblers; Or a larso Glass Fruit Dish; Or a Work Ilasket; Ora Fine Embroidered llandKereliter; Or K dozen Linen Handkerchiefs; Or a" Woolen Table Cover; Or H dozen Table Napkins; Or dozen Towels; Or an elegant Fortmonla. Anv sulscrlbcr who is In arrears torn vaar's subscription, and who will send his or Iter own subscription fee, and two new subeertlier, ac companied by the rash making $6 W we will semi : A set of Rogers' Table Forks, triple plated, on white metal, warranted; Ora set of Rosers'TableSpoons, triple plated, on white metal, warranted; Ora set of Rogers' Tea Spoons, triple plated, on white metal, warranted; or !4 uozen nosers' Kusseirs rattle Knives, best quality, warranted; n.. I. o .1 ...... f ltlnl ISim Any person In arrears for subscription toTiiK New Noktiiwest, who will semi his or her subscription fee and three new subscribers, ac companied by the cash, making Sri W, we will eiii : A handsome Marseilles Quilt; Ora handsome Woolen liullt, red ami white or blue and white; v ur a pair oi lame . loins; Or two pairs of Nottingham Laee Curtains; Or three pairs Alexandre's KM Gloves, any color or size: . Ora Japanese Inlaid work Kox; Or IS yards best yd. wide Slieetlnir. For seven subscribers at S3 80 each, amount- in to yl Ul. we will send : An extra Castor, tripleplated. on white metal value.! at S9 00: Ora ridy'.s rittngiiesK, or equal value; Orat'abinet, Japanese Inlaid; Or an Ext m Jaianese Iulahl Work Box. These articles are all valuable, and are war ranted to be Just as we represent them. Per sons living in this city or who can visit us ean receive these artlelesrrom our own lianas at an hour's notice; or ir not convenient tovWttv, we will send the articles by express to any ad dress. Jioordcr or tins Kind will receive awemion unless the cash accompanies H. Sena money in iiosiouice oruers we cus tomary rate of currency, or send draft If pre ferred. All orders promptly attended lo. v Eiii-in.ii- hone that this unparalleled otrer.whlchlsaiicw feature in the "t1F . . . . III . . 4 . arft 4 1 A hiMri V 1 W. sponse from the many friends of oar W uusiness in ureifon, wm im ?""rlW i-.i.r who up 10 inis uine rnnot be run seTf'the' l'ulllc anTTiiK Umw Xtwritwr Jf:miiic' Hotel, M VIV STREET. DALLES CITY, ORECON. Vin vr.D riY THE DAY, Week or 3Ionth,on TJ the most reasonable tcniis. ..Virloraccommodatlonsforfanillle, t irord ; Coach to and from the hooe free. "are safe for the keeping ot valuables, house open .n p, SHADE &- CO. . RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE PUBLIC that they have established a PIONEER DYEING AND SCOURING BUSINESS In this city, and are prepared to receive orders for Dyeing and Cleaning Ladles Dmw, Cloaks and Mantles. Also, Damask Curtains nnd Gents' Clothing. Work done In the best style and Warranted. Kid Gloves neatly Cleansed. Please give us a call at our Dyeing Establishment. First St.. between Oalc and Ash, opposite the Oregon Bakery- . July 21,1371. vlnl2 SHADE & CO. $20 A DAY TO MALE AND FEMALE AGENTS! riH) INTRODUCE THE CELEBRATED $25 Buckeye Shuttle Sewing: macume. Stltch alike or lf licensed h"te MacMne in CeIcbratenyil for l,,uainknowlcdgcdby all to be the rAlb-Maelfor heavy and lightsew- ir?gin thcmarkeL Outfit free. MIXEK 1'll.iHSOJI, Address . Fts AltAnv Oregon, nl u1"""