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FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1S71.
Original.) Walking: Alone. I cannot kill the past. Somehow I eHHHOt flmt the door That hangs between what I know now 1 aMVImU I knew before. ' Arfowlj lite ttwreugh Aire of life While yooth was on lier throne, I made my way through worldly strife Ami sever walked alone. ,'X tWJKaJ "with one, and one -with me, Through sunshine and through ruin, Aa though what was would always be What had been be again. And wtlh an angel by my ride, Ih itr, In form, and tone, I hefMrtto reae.li rite's eventide And never walk alone. T brtRlit, but still I try to threw Around the pan a wall; Twas hard to make what wa as IhAttali It never was at all. , The sna J ud to lo ve is dead I The rest Khali not be known, f&eept that, with a wear" tread. I walk my way alone. A.VONVJIOtM. Only a Shop Girl, 'Gloves, sir? Yes, sir. "VJint nuni tor?" Tlie words loll with a little Melt from the lip of the young girl who stood behind the counter, and caused Douglas Lennox to take a .second look -into the sweet face and dark eyes which met ills for the flrt time. JieiMlf ng over the box of gloves which she had taken down for his inspection, the young girl sighed again, anu Doug las nattily rose from the stool upon which lie had lazily dropped. - "I am ashamed to sit when you are standing," he iid. "I am sure you must be tired. Are you not ?" The young girl would have refused to notice a remark from most strangers upon any subject except their purchases; hot there are some people wo instinct ively feel we can trust, and Douglas Lennox's voice and frank, honest face utleetually disarmed resentment. She looked up and said: "Rather tired; I have been on my feet all day;" anil the faint smile which dimpled the corners of her mouth added in the young man's eyes to the winning beauty" of her face. "Rut surely you can sit down .when yu have a spare moment," he said, somewhat indignantly. The, young girl shook her head. "No, not in business hours." "It is si shame," said Douglas. "I have heard that such abominations cx istetl in our city, but I never really be lieved it." "Itis allowed insomeestabllshmcnts," said the young lady. "Then why doyou not leave your place here and go to one of them?" asked Douglas. She gave another faint smile. "If you had been ti shop girl for four years and knew the difficulty of getting a situation you would not ask that ques tion." Then, hastily jmslii ng a second box of gloves toward him, she added, in a lower tone, "Mr. Sheldon is coming this way. I should lose my place here if he heard what I said. Please look at tlie gloves." jimi uougias, not stopping to examine whether h pnt tlio lmmlior lin u-niifml or not, quicklv selected two or three! pair, paid for them and left the shop. oL'm'y;, But he carried with him the image "ill you tell me w hy ?" of the sweet-faced shojigirI, ami it! Helen was silent, the crimson decpen liniitirwl Mm imniw.imtnl.w- nil iinv I nitT in -her fair fticc : and presently "Poor tired little thing!" he said, pityingly, "I wish she w ere my sister, and then she noMln't work so lmnl ' Onceortwicehecurleilhishau!rhtvliiii at the idMi of himself, tin- nrlsinnrntii. Douglas Lennox, who was sole master of an estate in the country, who counted his money by thousands, and who hud been for several reasons the lawful prey of all the managing mammas and matrf- monially inclined daughters in "oci ety," should be wasting so Uiougnte on a utile snop gin. But if he was aristocratic, Lennox had no false notions about the disgrace of labor. The little shop girl held the same claim to honor in his mind that she would have held had she been a queen. And when, ratherearly next morning, ho took his way to the shop, Douglas acknowledged to himself that his pur chase whs merely an excuse, and his real object an honest interest in, and a winning nee yes- warm desire to see again, me win faco which had haunted hint since torday. That she recognized him ho felt sure, from the faint, sweet smile which again dimpled the corners of her small mouth. But lie said nothing, except about the goods, lie looked at lier, However, Willi an earnest glance of admiration, and when, in giving the change, her soft hand touched his, itsentathrill through his whole frame. "Whew!" he said to himself, lifting i rainer man injure you. jint i suppose his hat and drawing a free breath as he;cvclla shopgirl may have an honest left the shop, "Douglas Lennox, 1 be- 'over, a husland and a home. Ml liove you're captivated at last; and that, I Romer Helen if T ofier you these will too, "by a little shop girl, whose , .vou accept them." name you don't even know! Wonder j Hel,c! Homer trembled so that she what sister Bell would say." And ashe j wasobligwl tositdown i again. thought of his sister entering that very shop, and perhaps buying of that very little girl, entirely unconscious that her brother's eye had rested admiringly on tlie sweet face, Douglas laughed aloud. Well, after the little speech he made wen, aiier mi; miit- .-ievi.-ii lit muni.- r , Vr , i as he left the shop, 1 think vou can im- 1 have loved you, Helen let me call you agine about what followed. It was as- so-over ; since the first time I noticed tonishing how nianv little purchases yH 1,1 shop, and I have longed to Douglas Tound he couldn't do without j k? away from your toil and sur in the next few weeks. And from droii-' round you with luxury. I am wealthy, ping in at theshops he happened to pass, , though I would not tell you so before." lie only went to one particular shop' "And I ain a jMjorg.rl, with nothing Ami if it so happened that he was waited to "'Pr,1!1 ri;tu' T"1 "? Ml' ratty' on by any otherthan one particular per- Hl 1iavc tho most ,,,re" son he hid the blues all (lav in coiW 1 cious poeon that cyer conies to a quenoe. How earnestly he Ionsrcd to learn i.r name nobody knew hut himself. He tared not ask her, and he did not know Jww eke he should learn. But "fortune moriiiiHr. wliilo Ik. uas line! lir cnlnpf iiif i wm. cainbrle handkercliiefsYrom a box ' th lwoiKit.r of the hon came tin am J'er, eaCn''ZV?M "Jj! I - at her?' R H'iek, pleased glance young' gTA's ewr '"-h! the her eye? clleks as met it with -juw Homer," le frln.1 f T,. ill ' ."e leatl. 'T im Douelas. it w-auiM Jl,y Mster." (O, Htoll lookeil "I have no slsior i snhlsho lfy! ' ,,ruU,ei' either," . ."Have you not ?" hU umint " ingly, "I should Ije very loindv wi.V y! 'hile a vender of greens was emlcav niine, though I have only onJ "j''(out i orin' to lisiosc of his stock in trade, his Now that I have learned y ,r M "hi donkey came to a standstill, and. J'our. lmine may I tell you mine.'" 'If vmi tilonso." sniit MIvj i " . ' . j-- tviiiur, illf I.- Tlif,rrlii u I niim- ..i it ia iuu(,' '-"""-i .it your ser vice, x'lonse consiuer me owner menu, liss Jiomer,' said the man, so gravely and kindly that couia not ue oncnueu. "Thank you," she said, simply; then, pushing the box of handkerchiefs near him, added, "Do these please you ?" Douglas was yen- ouick to take hf gentle reminders which she some- times gave him that he waS prolonging his stay, so he turned his atteutlonto the handkerchiefs. It chanced that Miss Romcr still let her hand rest on the edge of the box. It was a very small white hand, with dim ples at the joints, and pink, shell-like nails; ami Lennox, who was a passion ate admirer of pretty hands, longed to clasp them to his lips. But ho was a chivalrous gentleman, and would no more nave taken any liberty with the humble shop girl than with the highest lady in the land. About this time Douglas took to early morning walks, which generally led to Chostuut street. Whether the fact that he occasionally met Miss Romer on her way to the fchon, and once or twice walked with her, had anything to do with the matter or not I can't say; but after suoh occasions I do know that the sjiiritsof Douglas Lennox improved con siderably. One Kundav afternoon near sunset Douglas left a'lively circle in his sister's parlor and went out for a quiet walk by himself. He entered one of the parks and was strolling through the sunny, green paths, when his heart gave a quick bouud at the sight of a little llg ure in blue resting on one of the shady seats. For a moment he hesitated, then he crossed over and spoke. "Good evening, Miss Romer." Miss Romer rose with the lady-like grace which had long ago told Douglas that she was used to cultivated society and returned his salutation. Anil then they sat down again together, andyield ing to the calm Sabbath evening influ ences, they fell into a quiet talk, natu rally, as ir they had been old acquain tance. They talked of themselves, and Miss Romer told Douglas that her home had been in Westmoreland and her father a gentleman of means who had lavished upon her, his only child, every advan tage which money- and taste could pro cure. She told him of the death of her father and mother in a single week, and how her father's estate proved involved and Jeft her )enniless and alone. ishe told luni how she had sought for some means by which to supfort her self, and she had Dually obtained a situ ation in Mr. Sheldon's establishment and kept herself in comfort. And Douglas told her that he, too. was an orphan, only himself ami Dell left; but he touched lightly on the wealth that was his, lest it should give her pain. A hile they talked Miss Romer drop ihhI her fan, and Douglas plckerit up. saw written upon the plain ivory handle the name ol "Helen itomer." "Helen was rav mother's name," he said reverently. "Was it? It is mine, too," said Miss Romer, in pleased surpribe. "I am glad it is yours," said Douglas. And he fell to thinking how often he had written his mother's name, "Helen Lennox," and how much he would like to write it again with an "R" between the names. They sat very still a little while, lmnllv talking at all, ami forgetting the lateness of the hour, until the gleam of the lamps close by startled Miss Romcr. She hastily rose, saying: . "I did not knowitwassolute. I must go home at once!" Douglas rose too saying: "May I accompany you ?" She hesitated a moment, her color came and went, and then she said, look ing up with a pleading glance "l nait ratner you mil not, nr. lAin- ' 110X Douglas Hushed then, but he asked, Douglas repeated his demand in a firmer loiie- . "Please tell me why, Miss Romer." "IJecause, Mr. Lennox, a young girl i in my position cannot have the friend ship of a gentleman in yours without without " hue Hesitated, and could not go on. I "Without making herself a mark for ll'le and thoughtless tongues. I supiwse you mean." asked Douglas, with dasii ot bitterness m liis tone. She bowed her head in assent. Douglas quickly asked another ques tion. "Miss Romcr, I have sougnt your so ciety a good many times lately. Have I been the cause of anv such lmln to you ?" Helen teemed deeply agitated, and did not reply until the young man said en trvatingly: "Tell me, Miss Homer." "A little." she answered, falterin-'lv: , then, once more looking upat him, with !l pleading which touched his heart, she 1 added, "But I know you did not intend it, and I have been trying all the even ing to get courage to tell you that when we part here it had better be for good." Tiieyoung man's resolution was in stantly taken. oh shall not tell me any such thin CorI i'0 llot meal1 tl""t with you at all. ', understand what you mean, and I will , Bive you my right hand yes, my life "iou cauuoi mean n, sue laucroi. 0, Mr. Lennox, don't trifle with me!" Douglas sat down beside her and took in his own one of the little hands he had longed so to hold and caress. "Heaven knows I would not trifle with you, dear girl!" he said solemnly. "I I lIKUl 111 (III' nui Itl Hint: il wifllillll heart, my darling! Will you give im? that?" And Helen, hlnshingdeeply, but brave ami fearless in her confidence in him, raised her clear tyj to his, and au- CltM!. J" vrirf take it, .A. J.eiinox A,ul l-"iiox, too deeply moved to siieak, drew her cloe to h.s heart, II1PV MIL JU HIV r1"1""! inev sat in i"f lint.. pressed his first kiss upon her lins. Helen's tlavs of weary toil w ere over; but she never forgot, while reign ing queen of her husband's princely lionie, lus love sougni ner wm-n such as Ami many n young gin w no s .1'or former iKjsitionfoiiiHl a true , anil ready helper in the beautif IK-tteil wife of Douglas Lennox. i a true incnu beautiful and reiuseil to budge an inch. The driver " commenced lielalioring tlu ain niiii with a stick- -i...i. .... i.i.i i.lv r your eXcllnl ''.r1 out of " window, and Suiig'XoVS?!,' . JI,lVe you mercy?" v. b'vviw and hunrv If pi. ,l.m who." 1,0 ls wet 1 grcatc: ircatcst wonder of Vi.o ceifturv1" l"e A Sphere for 'Woman. Woman are naturally good econo mists, says the Congrenationalht. They, arc apt at understanding how to make limited means go as far as possible. If a man and his wife arc united in the de sire to get rich, the man is likely to think more about earning money, the wife will attach more importance to sav ing it. Almost every American earns money enough to bo well ofl. and in time to be rich. If he does not become so, it Is, in many cases, because he has 110 wife, or because he does not take her Into his counsels. He is full of enterprise, and makes an income, and if he does not prosper, it Is often because he does not hold on to it. His wife, very likely, has the faculty of conservation which he lucks; and if he has the shrewdness to enlist her in his plans, he may find his fortune made. In Continental Europe book-keeping is a part of the education of a well taught farmer's daughter, and the wife presides over the finance of the estab lishment. With us, woman's aptitude in" the promotion of material prosperity is too little thought of; and a woman who, as a girl, was untaught in respect to judicious economy, makes an expen sive wife. Her husband jierhaps keeps her in Ignorance of his finances, pur posely. If he is prosperous, she becomes accustomed to plenty 01 money, aim 111 preparcd for reverses. If he -Is not prosperous, she has to bear the pinch ing of poverty without knowing how to help him avoid the pressure. Marriage would be easier and happier, If young women were taught the princi ples of account-keeping, and systematic habits iirrespect to finances; and if the young husband would take his wife Into his confidence, anil make the income and outgo, ami the accumulation of the first few thousands of dollars, a matter of common interest. An American girl of average intelligence and good son-e can make the fortune of a man whose love she enjoys, and who will give her for the puriwse a full share In the re sponsible controLof the Income of the household. She will not generally lie able to enter into his business plans", but if she knows his wages, salary or cur rent profits, and his personal expenses, and can thus foresee what the house hold has to rely on, she will characteris tically be ready to "cut the coat accord ing to the uloth," and will be more scrupulous than hp to lay aside some thing every season as the beginning of their fortune. . Saving kok Oi.d Aon. No one de nies that it Is wise to make provision for old age, but we tms not all agreed as to the kind of provision it is best to lay in. Certainly we shall want a little money, for a destitute old man is in deed a sorry sight; yes, save money by an means, lint ati out man needs jut that particular kind of strength which young men are apt to waste. Many a loonsii young tallow- will tnrownwiy on; a Holiday a certain amount or nervous' energy which he will never feel the want of until he is seventy, and then how much he will want it! It is cu rious, but true, that a bottle of cham pagne at twenty will intensify the rhe umatism at threescore. It is a fact that over-tasking the eyes at fourteen may necessitate the aid of spectacles at forty instead of sixty. Vc advise our young readers to Ite sav ing of health for their old age, for the maxim holds good in regard to health as well as to money, "Waste not, want not." Jt is the greatest mistake to sup pose that violation of the laws of health can escape its penalty. Nature forgives no sin, no error; she may let ofl" the of fender for fifty years sometimes, but she catches him at last, and inflicts the pun ishment just when and where, and just how he feels it most. Save up for old age, but save knowledge; save the recol lections of good and noble deeds, inno cent pleasure and pure thoughts; save friends, save love. Save rich stores of that kind of wealth which time cannot diminish nor death take away. Ilurul Sctr Yorker. Tim Spikit -Would. To nio tho spirit-world is tangible. It is not peo pled with ghosts and specters, shadows and outlines of beings, but with persons and forms palpable to the apprehension. Its multitudes arc veritable, its society natural, its language audible, its activi ties energetic, its life intelligent, Its glory discernible ; its union is not that of sameness, but of variety brought Into that moral harmony by the great law of love, like notes, which, in themselves distinct and diflerent, make, when com bined, sweet music. Death will not level and annul those countless difler ences of mind and heart which moke us individual here. Heaven, in all the mode and manner of expression, will abound with personality. There will he choice and preference and degrees of af Hnity there. Jiach Intellect will keep its natural bias, each heart its elections. Groups there will be, and cireles; faces, known and unknown, will pass us; ac quaintance thriveou intercouse and loi-e deepen with knowledge; and the great underlying laws of mind and heart pre vail and dominate as they do here. 1,'cv. Mr. Jimi. Miss Si-sax li. Antiioxv. This lady and Mrs. Duniway left on the stage ves terday morning for Portland. Miss Anthony, the able advocate of Woman Sullrage, has visited all parts of the Sound, and spoken to large audiencoo on this great subject which is now being agitated throughout the land. She goes hence for Portland and California, w here she will again lecture, and expects to reach her home in the East about the holidays. She hai many warm friends in tlie Territory, who regret her depart ure. She Is an able advocate of the cause she has espoused, and the women of the Territory cannot help being proud of her as their champion. Her logical power has convinced many, and- the cause of Woman Sullrage has been promoted by her ellbrs. The ladies of the Territory cannot help but leel grate ful to her, for her services and assistance in securing a permanent nrganiuttlon. Olyntpiu Transcript, A'or. lli. SOMK TltlNfiS voir Wii.i. not in: Sonny Foil For hearing before judg ing. For thinking before speaking. For holding an angry tongue. For stopping the ear to a tale liearer. For refusing to kick a fallen man. : For being kind to the distressed. ' For being patient to all. For doing good to all men. For asking pardon for all wrongs. For speaking evil of no man. For being courteous to all. The "wild steer" steers wildly through the streets of St. Louis at all times of day. One is reported recently to have "capsized two nion, killed one, tossed a couple of children in the air, butted through a show-window, knocked down the fianic of a shed, gone through a bar room, broken up an auction, broken a man's leg, ransacked a barber-shop, and swum the Mississippi River." Mrs. Sallv Hammond. ofXorth Roch ester, Mass., who is S5 years old, has cultivated her own garden the past rea son, and it was as good as any in the place. She has recently Harvested anu stored in her cellar ten bushels of pota toes, with other vegetables. PORTLAND ADVERTISEMENTS. Hit. 11. B. 1'REELAND, (LATE OF fcASf rRANCISCO,) r 13 rs" t i .s t . OFFICE-CORNER FRONT AND WASH INGTON STS., lOUTLAND. HAVING HAD A NUMBER OF YKARS' practice In San Francisco. I feel competent to do Hnt Class Work In all Dental (Jura tion. Satisfaction guaranteed. Ml rou t Oxide administered. Reference : Rev. Wm. Roberts, Judge O. X. iDennj-, Dr. Dickson, Messrs Oulmby and Perkins, rind Mix. Dunlway.of the New NoimnVEST. nl I- II. SlIATTLTJC. S. KlLLIX. fm.vrrct'K v kii.i.i.y, Attorucys-at-L ti-w . V'FICE-1X PARRISIPS I1UICK, south side J Washington street, between Front and First, Portland, Oregon. nltr .11 Lit I'll Y fc KKI.I.Y, nEAI.F-S IK FAMILY GROCERIES, cor.wur PnoDrcE,rniiTs axd vkget.iui.es. Comer of Third and Washington streets (op posite Presbyterian Cliurchi, ronianii.urezon. Goods delivered to all parts of (he city FREE OF CHARGE, nl PORTLAND CLOTHING FACTORY ...AND... Boys Cloiliiiig; Kinpoi-iuiii .AVatliliiKlon Street, BETWEEN SF.COND AND TltlltD STREITrs PORTLAND, OREGON. A. ROIIEUTS Proprietor nl ARCHITECT. SIR. II. .McDO.VVI.D TS NOW PREPARED TO FUHNISII PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS ...roit... Busincsi and Dwelling Houses Of every decrIptIon. AW ("hurrhes, lirldsrs and Kartory Rulldlnj. IiilN of Materials together with Di-tallcd imrwius'' oi an eiaevoi milium;;. All Work AVarrnii teil. OlTIClMn "Welter IIuildins.opiHlte the Oro nno Theater. n: THm pire 3E3xlcxy DlCrLTIS'GXOIi Ac CO., W-nvhlimtoiKSt., bet. Secondsnnd Thlrdf ' - . wf ' i " i: .-3 ' S 1 ii il M POUTIVND. .OltltGON yK MANUFACTUItK AN A Ml. I AHTICI.K or liMKAP, CUACKKIUS .i . : t f.3T if o- CAKKS, Ami all kinds of listryuunllyfound In uPind iiui iiaKcry. tt9"f!xxlH delivered to nnv part of the elt J21,-71nl2 KAST i. RICHARDS, AT TUB Philadelphia Boot & Shoe Store, Have Jutt received a New Stork of Itoot mid Shoe, TAe. All lire invited to call and osnmine. No. 112 Front ntrect (opHistc McCoriiilck's n.1 ISook Store), Portland. SAX FRANCISCO. TOBIN, DAVISSON & .CO.? IMPOltTKUS, "NVITK TIIK ATTKNTION OKTIlKTItADK L to their Iiirge Stock of American, Engllsli', French aiidTrfuan IWNCY GOODS, .SMALL A-AIlS, PKKFUMKItY, STATION KKY, IVICKKT CUTI.KltY, MILLINERY COODS, Yankee Notions, White Goods, GKXTS' FURNISHING GOODS I.lneii Ilnmlkerrlilefi, Ir Trii IUlUK-.l .... . Ilovlrry, Kir., I'.lr.. 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The Nf.w NoimiWEST l not a Woman'H Rishts. but a Human Illclits orean. devoted to whatever policy may be necevsary toseoure the greatest uood to the ereatest number. It knows niisex.no nolltlrs.uo religion, no narty no iidor, no creed. Its foundation fastened unon ine rvk oi i-.iernai luuerxv. Liniversai i:inunclit!i)ii and I'ntrammcled l'rosresslon. OUR PREMIUM LIST. As an Inducement lor our friends to make exertions to secure Innje elulis lor the NKU NoimtvMT, weolu-rthe following list or vat ualde piemlums: mr twenty sub--rlliers. at S3 TOearh.aeeom panleil by tlio esh, we will clvo tin; HOME Niu ni.r. jskv. i.Mi .iiAuiiu-sr., wiinout la hie. beautifully ornninentetl. Price.;.")). For thirty-live yiih'rllx-rs, at $1 iu eoeh.ae eomiMinlpd by tlie rash, we will KlveallOME SlILVri.K skWINll.JlACIIINE, with ltlaclc Walnut table, bronzed and nicely mushed. Price, Sli n:(liicil by theeash.we w'lllslvea IIOMKsIIirr- Tl.rc SKWi.M. jiAi-iiiNK, nnisiied in extra style, wiiii iiiiick walnut inuie and cover. Price. SMi Tlie alpove Sewins Macliliies. which are war. ranted llrlIass In every IKirtlcular, can lie seen iittlio ollleo of Ueo. w.Travcr, 112 Front street, Portland. For fifty sulwcriliers, at $.100 each, aeeom- IwniisI hv the cHjili.we will clve a MASON A IAMI.IN' lDltTAltl.i: OIUIAN, Tour iKtHve, sinele reed, with black walnut eavi', autoiiiHtlc Ix-llows swell, two blow jHsIals, improved cen ter pressure reed valves, ele. Price, For seventy-live suliseriliers, at S3 (" eaeh. ae eompanieil by !hecah,a double reed I.NON A HAMI.IN OlttJAN; reembles tlie Ilrst ex cept that it has iiImi a knee stop. Price, ?7i For seventy-nve -.llliMril-eri, at S.1 to earh, aeeouiaiiUsl by tlie eah and twentv-flve dollars additloiinl. we will jrive a MASON A HAMI.IN OlitiAN, of nvii ocTAVix, o.nk STOl'. MKLF-AIIIl-riTIMI ISKKIl VAI.VKS, I.M I'ROVKIl IIKLMIWS, TIULMUUVXT AXI K.NKn- swki.i. Prlec, lii. For one hundred subs-rlbers, at 3 IX tich, and twenty dollars additional, we will give u MASON A HAMI.IN ORCSAN, KIVi: octavks, Flv:jTlll!,TWoslol ltniu vToiLs thkouuh- OUT, IXlT.OVKI! niEAIIUATr.il SKLV-AItlBSTINO i:i:k vai.vks, imi'Hovi:i iihi.i.ov.s,ti:km i-int AXIl KNKK-iWll.I.S. VIOI, DIAP.SON. FI.UTK, TRKM I'l.ANT. l'rice.jlSv Those who desire to work for these premiums can send the names anil uionev as fust as re ceived. The snleril'rs will l placed to tlielr credit, and If enough names are not received diirlnx the year to procure the premium de sired they can ohoosea lesserprcmlum.or thev will le entitled to rfrt'lvo twenty-live pereent. In cash of the amount remitted for their labor, OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST. As TltK Nirw NoimnvKsThasafready pmveil a popular success, we are ihrid.il that It shall also pnive a THlCMrii. To enable our rriends wlio mny decide to can vas ror our paHT to lienelltboth lliemselves and us by Increasing our Subscription IJsts.we propose to give the following additional Pre miums t canvassers : Any siiliserilM-r who Is iu arrears for tlie New NoimiwiiiT.who will send us his or her own subscription fee, and one new subscriber, ac companied by tlie cash Vi Ml we will lve A alr Plirian Marble Vases; Or a lihemlan Glas Vase; Hrn lioliciuian Glass Canl Reeclver r i dozen Ivory Napkin Rlnirs; Or "i iloxcn Plated Tea Spoons; Or I iwlr Alexandre's Kid Gloves; Ornpangled Uid' Kan, leathered edge: Or a lllrd Cage; Or an Allium for holding Irtl plrtures; Or an Album (extra) for IioIdlngSO pictures: Or a Fancy letter Case; Or a Ihix Toilet Articles, including soap, ehalk, perluinery, ele.; Ora ItrltannlM Tea Pol; Ora Kerosene I.imp; Or 'j dozen Glass Gobct; Or !j dozen GlassTumhlers': Ora large Glass Fruit Dith; Ora Work llavket: Ora Fine Embndderrslllandkerehicf; Or i dozen I.lmii Ilandkercliiers; Or a Woolen Table Cover; Or i dozen Table Napkins; Or X dozen Towels; Or an elegant Port lunula. Any subscriber who Is In arrears lora year's suliMM-tptloii, and who will send his or her own subscription fee, and two new suliseriliers, ac companied by the eah making o (i-we will send : A set orEiKters'THble Forks, triple plated, on white metal, warranted; OrasetofRiers'TableSpoons,trlile plated, on white metal, warranted: Ora set of Rogers' Tea Spoons, triple plated, on white metal, warranted; Or J dozen Rogers' A Ru.-scll'.s Table Knives, best quality, wiirranhst; Ora haudvome l!lrd Cage. Anj" iwviii In arrearsforsuliseription to The M:w Notrritwisfr, wlio will send his or her subscription fee and three new subscribers, ae end11 cash, making $12 m, we will A handsome Marseilles Qnllt; OTSdueand wh.fer,,0,Un ,Ut' !," wl,1,c Or a pair ofThhle Cloths; Or two pairs of Noltlnghum Lace Curtains; or threj- imlrs Alexandre's Kid Gloves, nnv eolororslze: - Urn Japanese Inlaid Work Rox; Or IS yanls best yd. wide Sheethi i.r t?ie"l"?'er at W tM each, amount ing to SSI 00, wc will scud : ..:)' elC-tor, triple platcd.on while metn! vaiued at 9 Ml; ra,,s?J1."Vr"ln'llvk'0''lual value; OraOiblnet, Japanese Inlaid: Or an Extra Japanese Inlaid Work Ilox. These articles are all valuable, and are war ranted to Iw Just as we represent them. Per sons living in tills city or who can visit us can receive these articles from our own hands at an hour's notice; or If not convenient to visit us, wo will sand the articles by express to any ad dress. No order of this kind will receive attention unlr the cash accompanies it. Send money in llt-doRlce orders at the cus tomary rates of currency, or send drart If pre ferred. All orders promptly attended to. ."i"." '"PV at this unirtrallclcd offer, which Is a new- feature In the newspaper business In Orejjnn, will meet with a "hearty n sponve from the many friends of our paper. w".!,p."ill,1,.Ime linveseemed to fail to real ?Sif a.' r"r- K?. onniwEsT cannot ho run w lout money. Now Is the time to make up club. Jm-sIii lsfore S4,mp other person geu iM.ni'S''',',"- Se,ent.voueandolh?ySur: sell, the Public and Tin: New Northwest ISmyir-e Ilotol, MAIN STREET, DALLES CITY, OREGON. BOARD BY THE DAY, Week or Month, on tlie most reasonable terms, superloi accommodations for families, t neonl Coaeli to and rrom tlie house free A large safe for the keeping ol valuables. House open all night. nIT THOMAS SMITH, Proprietor. SHADE & CO. RESPECTFl-LLY INFORM THE PLTHIJC that they have established a PIONEER DYEING AND SCOURINQ BUSINESS In this city, and are prepared to receive orders for Dyeing and Cleaning Indies' Dresses. CliMiks and Mantles. Also, Damask Curtnlns and Gents' Clothing. Work done In the best style and Warranted. Kid Gloves neatly C leansed. Please give us a cull at our Dyeing Establishment. First St., between Oak and Ah, opposite ,e Oregon llakerv. July 2i, lSTL vlnti H'lIADE st CO. $20 A DAY TO MALE AND FEMALE AGENTS ! rjH) lNTRODt'CE TIIECELEHR.VTKD $25 Buckeye Shuttle Sewing; Machine. Stitch alike on both sides, and Is tho only licensed Shuttle Machine In tlie United SLates for less than $40. It uses tho Celebrated Wil son Fecd.nnd ls acknowledged!)- ail to be the best Family Machine for heavy and light sew ing In the market. Outfit free. Address MINER & PEARSON", nl General Agents, Albany, Oregon. UNK "WEED REMEDY. THE IM WEED REMEDY, ...OR... Oregon Rlieuxuatio Cure. HISTORY: I rriHIS REMEDY IS COMPOSED OF THE X-Active principle of the link Weed, EngJ Th.KpIum ConlatumOrislnls.I.it. Indlcenous io ureRon. umm most abundantly and jer- eciiy in Washington county. PROPERTIES, ETC.: It contains an Active and Volatile Principle. extracted by Kthcr, and a bitter Tonic Prin ciple. MEDICAL PROPERTIES AND USES: It Is tlie most sure and speedy cure for Rheumatism, Rheumatic Uont and Rheumatic Pains of all kinds that was ever Introduced into the Materia Medlea. The I'NK WT2ED REM EDY, as prepared br us. in consequence of the existing bitter principle, possesses tlie neces- wr- vinucoi ueinga lo-wcx-iiil Tonic, Promollns the Appetite and Invigorating the while Dlcestlve Annurattis. thtts bulldlmr un and strensthenlns the system, wlille at the same nine me voiame principle, iiein? aii sorbed In the blond, acts snecllleallv on the Rheumatic Poison, removing It from tlie circu lation nnu sysiem. There are few remedies known in Hi- Af.1ii ProfesIon which will remove the Rheumatic Pot.on from tlie blood, but whose nctlnn i sn powerful In depressing the system of the nl ready cnreebleil Rheumatic patient, that their use has to be abandoned before speclnc eHVctK are obtainable, and hence ibe want of success In treating this prevalent and eonsconently heretofore Incurable disease. T-nlil:.. n.o7. medicines, already known, the UNK WEED HEMEDY.althouRh priMluelng as active and as powerful ctreds on tlie blood and system In re moving tlie Rlieninatle Poivin.alxi povsevsesa stmni: Tonic and Recuperatini; Element which admits or Its continued use even bv the mot delicate and debilitated. Thin trt" li-.v.. combination for the llrst time of !!ic. in, neeessary olenients in one rem-tly, which ae-isiuntsforltssuperlornndiiever-rallinseurailve erlects in Rlieumatlsiii, Rheumatic Uout and Rlieumallc Pains of nil kinds. X. R. Tlie UNK WEED REMEDY is partic ularly APPI.ICA11I.K TO INDIES, in eonse- iuiniH i.ritri ToiiIa llnnlltlu TESTIMONIALS: We are aware of the fact that It is irenemilv an ensy matter to procure certificates attesting me enieney.ot patent remedies from a certain class of those who ti-c them. We have selected the following because the names attached to them nre those of men of tiie most careful and senrfhilous character, and because the large class of their acquaintances in Oregon will not, for a moment, accuse or suspect them of any exHxemuou in me siniemenis mey may jiiajst;. Certificate from, tlie Deputy Jailor of Mult uomali Comity Jail: City Jail, Portland, Oregon, June 7, IST1. i Dr. A. XI. Loryen A Co.: I was attacked with a severe ease of rheumatism. It was In my thighs, hips, lingers, shoulder blade Indeed In all tlie Joints or my body I suffered great pain and anguish. I was attended by a regular phy sician, but with nncRVct. I was induced to try your Utile Weed Remedy, mid It Immedlately ciired me up. I isinsider It, from my oxiie rienec, the In-st remedy for rheumatism known. ALFRED F. TURNER, Deputy Jailor. Tills is to certify that the above statement is correct lo my own knowledge. JOHN 1'. WARD, Jailor. Alia Oalllo rnia llooknud Job PrintingOnice,"! 5i California street, V San Francisco, June 1, 1R71. J Dr. A. M. Loi"Ve .t Co.: For several vim I I hove been sulijett to rheumatism in mv right , arm and shoulder, rendering me unable to , work. On a recurrence of tlie attack some , time since, I was Induced to try yonr "Unk I Weed Remedv." and the result wan a nrfect cure In a few days. I took only two-thirds of ine isMiiems oi one oouie. jiy nrm tieuer Is nun ine -uiiK" is a certain cure for rlieuma tlsiii In all its forms, and I Vould heartily rec ommend all ntillcted Willi that dreadful dis ease to try your "Remedy" and lie cured. JNO. R. McLANE. Certilleate of A. R. Shipley, Ksq., secial con trlbutorto the "Willamette Farmer," mid Sec-rwtarj- of the Oregon Horticultural Society: Oswego, Oregon, March 2S, 1S7I. Dr. .V. M. Iiryea: Smie tour weeks ago I was entirely protmted with rheumatism; In fact I wns almost helpless. I sent to you for one 10 ounee bottle of the "Unk Weed Remedy," by the use of which I experienced almost imme diate relief, and by the time the bottlo was gone tho rheumatism was gone. From my own experience, and Irom what I have heard others say wlio have used, the Unk Weed, I believe It to lie a certain cure for rlieumatlsiii. Yours respectfully, A. R. SHIPLEY. Certilleate from Hon. A. J. Dufur, ex-PresI-deut or the Oregon State Agricultural Society and authorofstatistles of Oregon:" East Portland, April 1, 1S7U Dr. A. M. Lorven A Co.: I was atlllclcl trim n severe attack of chronic rheumatism; was eon- iiinti io my oeu most oi ine lime irom Januarv to July, when I used tlie Unk Weed and it cured me np. A. J. DUFUR. Certilleate from James Rybce, tlie celebrated stock-grower and "King of the tlregon Turf:" Snuvie's Island. Jnimarv n. 1S7I. To Dr. A. M. LoryenACo.: Tliislstoneknowi- eogetneeiiieney or your "Unk Weed Remedy, or Oregon Rheumatic Cure." I was afflicted for months with a very serious attack of In flammatory rheumatism, and tried ncarlv all of tlie so-called rheumatic remedies without nny reller percolvnble. I then tried your Remedy, and Its uc resulted Iu tlie most happy effects a iwrfect cure. Truly yours. JAMES RYI1EE. Certificate from the well-known merchant, O. W. Weaver, Esq.: The Dalles, Mav 21, 1471. Dr. A. M. Loryen A Co.: I have used the "Unk Wetsl Remeily," and can cheerfully recom mend It to persons ntillcted with inflammatory rheumatism. It cured me of that disease. My hands, wrists, ankles Indeed, all my joints were swollen and very painful. O. W. WEAVER. Certificate from Hon. Nat. II. Lane, Pilot Coiumlssloncror Oregon, and a member of the City Council ot East Portland: East IVrtland, April 19, 1S71. Dr. A. M. Iiryen A Co.: I have been allllcted for several years past with "weakness In the hack," and wandering rheumatlo pains, ac companied by severe constipation, lly the use of one liottle of your "Unk Weed Remeily, or Oregon Rheumatic Cure," I have been entirely relieved, and I cheerfully recommend It as a most valuable and effective remedv. NAT. II. IjANE. Certificate from Hon. Gideon TIblietts, n memtierorthe City council ofEast Portland: East Portland, April 7, 1S71. Dr. A. M. Lnryca A Co. Gents: Tills Is to In form you that I have used your "Unk Weed" for neuralgia and rheiynatle pains, and round relief fl-nttl I III IICA tf nnh tn l.tlltn nn.l Ann recommend It to those In need of sueh a rem- euy. vours GIDEON TIDUETTS. Certlflcaie from Hon. E. L. Quimby, ex County Commissioner of Multnomah county. SSIV"I. Mist Portland. Anrll 1. 1371. Dr. A. J'. Loryea & Co.: I liaveused tlie "Unk eeil ISemedy," and am satisfied It ls a valua ble medicine. It regulates and Invigorates the system. This ls my exerience with tho Ilem- t-uj. iruiyyours, k. i. ituiMin. Certlflcaie from tho celebrated musician, Prot Otto Vieiixlcmps: Oregon Musical Institute. Porthuid, May 21, 1S7I. f Dr. .V. M Iirj"ca Jfe Co.: I was attackod with severe lunammntnry rheumatism, suffering great pain, and wns so prostrated that I was unable to tend to in v business. I used one bot tle or your "Unk 'Weed Remedy, or Oregon Rheumatic Cure," and was entirely cured by it alone. OTfO VIEUXTEMPS. PIT Ul IXTKX-OUNCK BOTTLES, One Dollar nuil Fllty Cent per liottle. PREPARED AT THE OREGON MEDICAL LABORATORY, ...nr... rK. LOBY33A 3c CO., EAST PORTLAND, OREGON. j-Fok Salk UV all Dbccoists. Inl2 PORTLAND 'ADT3RTIJEMENTS. LADD & TILTON, l'ORTIVXD.. OREOO.V Estallisliol, 1859. DEPOSITS RECEIVED AND ACCOUNTS kept subject to check on draft. INTEREST? allowed on TIME DEPOSITS or TRUST FUNDS, In sums of ONE DOLLAR AND UPWARDS from date ofdcpoalU MONEY LOA7rii' on approvKo secunij. iinnds. stocks and other valuables received on deposit for safe keeping. Collections mace anu prut-Emu pnimpuy re mitted. Investments In Real Estate and other prop erty made for parties. Sisht and Tefeernhle Exchange on San Fran cisco and the Atlantic States for sole. Government Securities nought and sold. Aecnt for the transaction of all kinds of Fi nancial and Trust Business. nl DR. 3IARY .1. TUOJirSOX, PHYSICIAN AND ACCOUCHEUR RIIDENCE .VND OFFICE THIRD ST., between Salmon and Main, opposite the Public Square. cans attended in any panoi me city. Batteries for sale and Instructions given on the use ofelectriclty as a Remedial Agent, nl. ISAAC BERGMAN, t'or. Second nuil Wnslilusfoii Sts. HAVING RECENTLY PURCHASED THIS Market, I am now prepared to sell on reas onable terms the best Moats tho country af fords, nl rotor, cans GIYES LESSONS ON THE PIANO AT THE Residences or Pnpils. riiERMS REASONABLE. Satlsfeallon Guar- JL anteed. n'2 l)It. J. U. CAKDWGI.L, D O lit 1 S t . Dent A I Rooms No. 89 First St., Portland. OB-Thc Iiteand Improvett Stvles of work at Reduced Rates. Nitrous Oxide Gas for the painless extraction of teeth. jnl2 CLARKE, HENDERSON & COOK, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Staple and Fancy Dry Goods, Notions, Ladles' and Cent's Furnishing Goods, dr., dr.. Cor. First and Washington streets, Portland, Oregon, in!2 $30 SAVED ! Why lay 873 lor n .Selling- Machine T rpiIE IJIPItOVED HOME SHUTTLE SEW JL ing Machine, wlth.blaek wulnut table and treadle, nicely finished, Complete .for" $45 ! A flrst-class SeWlng JMachlno; uses straight Needle ; under feed ; makes "Loek Slltoh;" warranted to do all klnUs of famllysewlng as well as any machine In tho market. . A ftw more Agents wanted to .canvass coun ties mot taken for the-'ImnrovedrTfand Jla- Call oil.orUdrerSii lnu" , nil rii adtou- io iiiiofurVrr it"gii i - Haleni DR. Rs,a III LI, A SOX. Agents -Albany w ami . i 3i-ii a t,CUIW IHAVKJifeT RECEIVETJ-TKE-ARGESTr stock ever brought to thisjiuirbet, consist! nc, of the following makes of Pianos: HALlETT i, DAVIS', vCelebrated New Scale), Chlckerlnc A Son's, Faxlor Gem, BRADBURY PIANO, , And doming by rail Something Entirely New ! In tho line of Piano Fortes. My Stock will range in price Ifl-om to $000. I have also a large Stock of MASON & HAMLIN'S CABESTET OTtGAJXS Z Which I offer for sale at Eastern Pricon, W. T. SirANAIIAX, No. 7.1 First street, (nHr Ladd and-TlIton n7 itank) Portland, Oregon. MRS. C XI , JUST RETURNED FROM SAN FRAN elseo Willi a large and Splendid Stock or GOODS, SUOlt AS SILKS, WORSTED GOODS, GRENADINES, Japanese Silica, Poplins, Alpacas, Lawns, Mnr-sellles. Ktc". ...ALSO... A Large and Beautiful Assortment ot MILLINERY GOODS, RIBBONS, Fine Laces, Etc., Or every variety and description. Straw Goods, Parasols and Kid Gloies Oi the best quality. JCWKMtT. I'AXCY WOODS. ETC., On hand and niade-to order. ' CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' CLOTHES Of all deseripllone. Cnll mid Exniulue the Ntoelc. Qootl Sold to Suit the Times. I ACII. . S7 First street, Portland. -r. B- CONSTANTLY Receiving NEW Supplies by every Steamer. , n2 ' DR. J. . I.EXN, DENTIST, 107 Front Street, PORTLAND OREGON nl GO TO HEN DEE'S GALLERY I70R REM BRANTS, PIIOTOOAPHS, StN l: Pearls, I jre-slie Pictures, aud -ricttires of Every Grade, . ., . .. , ..(.i...ni..iln, ifitpn cheer- l nnureii s aim i ........... matl. rnlly and satisfaction guaranteed. Prices rnou crate. ln MRS." R, JEWESS, TANUEACTURE" Au iit-Air.it jii SHIRTS, ONDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, ETC., Corner Front and Yamhill streets, Portland. uutrtu If nil e to Order Of the best material, and warranted to tit. All Minus oi menmue uwir. -if 3 i il I