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MISCELL ANEO IS.
.MARCH M, 1873.
Albany school district lias 415 persons
of school age.
At the city election in Jacksonville
only 144 votes were cast.
The School Fund for"Uistritnition in
Lane county this year is $4,570 27.
A fine coal mine 1ms been discovered
a few miles below Auburn, Kastcrn
The Albany Collegiate Institute will
close a successful term to-night with a
AnIIlinoisian writes to the Statesman
that he is astonished to find that a news
paper is printed "away out in that wild
The Services of Miss Xail, a gradtinte
or the University at Salem, have been
secured as assistant teacher in the dis
trict school at Jacksonville.
The new paper at Coos Bay will be
called the Coos Bay Xetos. It was said
that the first number would have been
issued on Thursday (yesterday) of this
The OorvalllH College is undersoln
repairs aud changes in the rooms to bet
ter accommodate the pupils, and at the
same timeadd to the convenience of the
teachers. The institution is in a very
The San Francisco Bulletin says of S.
C. Adams' synchronological chart: "S.
C. Adams, of Salem, Oregon, a teacher
of long and varied experience, is the in
ventor of a synchronological chart, ap
proximating to a skeleton of the world's
history, that challenges the admiration
of all educational men who have in
spected or carefully studied its fea
Adams has been engaged upon this im
portant work for several years, begin
ning it for the purpose of illustrating
his historical lectures, and, now his
chart is finished lie finds that he is in
possession of-a valuable invention. It
was exhibited in the rooms of the Board
of Education and elicited highly favor
able remarks from all the gentlemen
The following educational appeal is
made by Judge Chenoweth to citizens
of Benton county: It is known to you
that the Legislature of Oregon has per
manently located the State Agricultural
College at Corvallis in your county. To
secure this location the members of the
Legislature from Benton county and the
friends of the enterprise pledged to the
Legislature that the citizens of Benton
county would purchase a suitable farm.
Two years ago a farm of thirtv-five
acres, adjacent to the town was pur
chased and deeded to the College for
agricultural purposes, at a cost of 84,500.
$2,500 has been paid; $500 more is on
available subscription, and the remain
ing $1,500, with interest, remain unpro
vided for. Unless this amount can be
promptly secured, the mortgage will be
foreclosed, and we will not only loose
he laud but all tiiat has been paid upon
Hi "ul, in our judgment, also the Agri
The Albany anj Astoria Farmers'
company incorporated at Altany on
the 1st. The capital Lock of the Com
pany is fixed at $50,000; shares, $25
each. The business, according to the
articles of incorporation, will be to "con
struct, build, equip and run steamboats,
barges, and all kinds of water crafts,
and the same to operate upon the "Wil
lamette, river, in the State of Oregon,
from the mouth tfl the head thereof, and
so far as the same is, may, or shall be
navigable with its tributaries; and also
the Columbia river from its mouth to
its head, or so far as the same is, may,
or shall be navigable, together with its
tributaries, in transporting upon said
"Willamette and Columbia rivers and
their tributaries, and upon the high
seas, up and down and upon the same,
passengers, freight or other things, as
is done by common carriers. Also, to
build, own, and have warehouses,
wharfs, docks and boat landing, and re
ceive, store and transport any and all
kinds of grain, produce, or other things
susceptible of storage and transporta
tion, and to charge therefor in any man
ner not contrary to law; to purchase,
take, acquire, and hold lands, moneys,
or other property, real and personal, and
to soli, encumber, mortgage, or convey
the same, or any part thereof to the use
of the corporation. The termination of
the enterprise and scope of the business
of the corporation shall bo co-oxtenslve
with the State of Oregon, and its navi
gation of the streams in the articles
mentioned shall be from the mouth of
the Columbia river in said State of Ore
gon, to the head thereof, with its tribu
taries, and from the mouth of the "Wil
lamette river, in the State of Oregon, to
the head thereof, together with its trib
utaries." The principal place of busi
ness is Albany, and Martin Lupor, J.
R. McClure, F. S. Powell, Philip Low,
O. V. Vernon, E. E. Fanuing, C. P.
Burkhart aud G. A. Barber are incor
porators. The following named persons
were appointed to open books and re
ceive subscriptions: J. R. McClure,
Philip Low, G. "W.Vernon, F. S. Powell
and E. E. Fanning.
Lotta Df.ad. The" death of T)lt3,
the charniini; little aetros. i mi.
nounccd. She died in France, whither
bug imu gonu io recuperate lier fal Iltirr
strength. Young, beautiful and giftetL
she was a universal favorite with the
theater-Koine public and
one of fortune's snecinl iwio i...f
heartless old mower has no respect for
tiuiavu?, mm uuiu liiciuaunK lyotta
tas passed to another stage ol exist
For the very best photographs, go to Bradley
A Rulorson'a nailery without STAIRS
BZ-AS0BND IN THE ELEVATOR, 4 jibnt-
An Infallible Cure!
.VMUEL CORWIN.HAVING OBTAINED
from Isaac HichnruVon, a wealthy gentle
man, recently rrom France, a ispeeine cure or
Preventive for that most loathsome, of all dis
eases, the Small-Pox, respectfully calls Hie at
tention on lie miuin- "
ttrfimml in flll orders lor the same. Keiit con
stantly at Ills office.
. TV. Cor. Mailt uud Tirol sin.
SAMUEL CORWIN, Proprietor.
DR. BORZEAU'S SMALL-POX CURE AND
PREVENTIVE. SI per bottle; RiiarantMal in
cure any cafe or the Small-Pox, when usl ae
cordlnzto directions. If MifficiPiit life remains
to make a cure possible. No our should be
without tills Medicine, as "on ounce of preveu
tlon Is worth a pounil of cure." An abundance
r testimonials will be shown to any one who
will take the trouble to call at the above-named
nice. : Mir
P. C. STEWART,
Corner Front and .Stark Street. Pit.
tocfc'.s Fire-Proof Building,
iriTrini uirii ln mrnini
ivn TiPAT.rn iv I
Clocks, Watches and Jewelers' Goods.
In order to Close Out the Entire Stoek.
Is offering roods at creatly Reduced rale.'
Repairing done as usual. -u
THIRD STREET STORE.
HAVING PURCHASED MESSRS. TAYLOR
t BROWNELL'S entire Mock of MER
CHANDISE. I will sell the fame, as well as my
own. consisting of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
BOOTS,SHOES,HATS,ctr.,nt a small advance
on cost for the next Sixty Days.
To parties wliihlng to engage In business I of
fer to sell my entire Mock, and will Rent Store
and Fixtures on Reasonable Terms.
Tlilrd t., .South of Alder, Three Doors
-19 from Masonic Temple. Sin
RANGING IN VALUE FROM
810 TO 85,000,
TO THE SURSCRIBERS OF
OUR FIRESIDE FRIEND.
Every Subscriber Is mre of one premium any
way, and also bas an equal cbanre ofrerelilng a
CAsn premium, or a HJLNO. OUGIX, H ATCH, SEW
IVG MU'IHAE, ctr.ttr.
FIRST GRAND CASH PREMIUM
OUR FIRESIDE FRIEND. -Right Pages,
Largo Size, Illustrated, the Family Weekly, Is
In Its Third Volume and has attained the I -arr
est Circulation, of any paper published lit the
West. IU Success Knables the proprietors to
furnish the Rest, Mot Desirable and Most Use
ful Original Reading Matter In Great Variety
that money can buy, and to make It a Home
Weekly suited to the wants of everv lamilv.
Subscription price SS per year of 32 numbers.
TIIE ELEGANT CHROMO
Sire 16x21 Inches, 18 colors. Acknowledged by
all to be the Handsomest aud Most Valuable
premium picture In America. Every subscrib
er Is presented with this Chromo at the time of
suDscnning (no watttngi. ana also receives n
NUMBERED CBRTIFICATK ENTITLING
THE HOLDKR TO A SHARK in the distribu
tion of S'-Svmo in cash aud other premiums.
The Distribution Takes Place on the.SKCOND
TUESDAY IN JUNE NEXT. The Chromo and
Certificate sent on receipt or price, specimen
Copies, Premium List, etc.. Giving Full Partic
ulars, sent tree to any auurexs.
Either local or canvassing. In every town.
Large rasb pay and tbe best outfit. Send at onee
for terms. Address
OUR FIRESIDE FRIEND,
2-12-Uw Chicago, Illinois.
OUT OF THE FIRE!
B. J. MeCORJIICK
TS HAPPY TO INFORM HIS NUMEROUS
JL Friends, Patrons, and the public In gene-rel,
mat tie nas
THE FRANKLIN BOOK STORE
No. lO XIrnt Street,
(NEXT CENTRAL MARKBT,
wmi a oomi'lete stock or
Cutlery, Etc., Etc.
Which he will dispose of at
THE VERY LOWEST PRICES.
For all the popular
NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES,
Which will be
Kcllrercsl to Any Part or the ttity.
E. C. BBOSAVjnn.
C. A. riOLI'lI.
UOLPII, BROXAVCn, II0LPII 1 SIM0.V
ODD FELIWS' TBilPLV:, IORTL.ND.
STEAM, SULPHUR AND VAPOR BATHS,
ron THE CURE OF
Colds, Rhcnrnatlsni, Mercurial Affections
rriHE ATTENTION OF SUFFERERS FROM
1 Couchs aud Colds Is called to these Baths,
iS one or two will remove the severest cold.
Wnrui, fold nuil KIiocr Baths.
Steam or Yapor Baths, SI CO. Warm Baths, SOc
LUDWIO WIEIIELM. Proprietor,
Wlegand old stand,
W Washlntrf on street, nrar Front.
IF YOU WANT
Fine T e a s ,
Ceorgo A. Sheppard'e.
IF YOU WANT
C li o ii p Tens,
Coorgo A. Shoppard's.
HK MA ICRS A SPECIALTY OF TIIE TEA
ItrsixiKS-lias one whole side of his store
DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO TEAS.
You cun getnnvUilnjrtherelnthellneaf Teas
thai you can call lor. He has the only rezular
Tea Department everoincd In the State.
Corner ol Flr-jt nml Yamhill
ALL ORDERS CAREFULLY FILLED.
Rend for a price list or Teas to
2- GEORGE A.SIIEPPARP.
Front Street, Portland.
fE ARE NOW MANUFACTURING. OF A
1 1 Superior Quality, and offer for sale,
wholmsali. and retail,
HOMINY, large and
CORN MKAI., Yellow
BRAN, MIDDLINGS AND CHOP.
We have In our employ a mnn from Scotland
who thoroughly understands his business, and
have been to great expense in building 11 Kiln
for thoroughly drying the grain, so that we can
guarantee our Oat Meul to keep Tor years In a
r-The Trade Supplied at the lowest living
MrLERAN A STEEL.
Tfl MORRISON STREET, CORNER THIRD,
Has the Finest Slock of
And All Kinds of Goods for Ladles' Halr-dress-ing,
North'of San Francisco, and at Eastern
LKO MANUFACTURES THE CELH
J. b ruled Teyphe
And All Kinds of Hair Work, al Shortest No
tice, and at the
LOWEST ITJSSIIILK PRICES.
AT Till: VEXTltAL MAKKKT,
Has Enlarged his
Added Such Improvements
As will enable him to provide Epicures with
THE REST IN THE MARKET.
Parlies luriirshed with hot Coflec on sliort
K. J. V. STUM H C
HACHENEY & STEM ME,
CORNER FIRST AND MAIN STREETS,
IT AVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED
I 1 out the Laixeht StocK of
Ever imiHirted on this aide of San Franelseo
also Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Shrubbery,
itoots, limns, oic
Cull and examine our Mock before buying
eisewuere. twniozue sent on application.
Oiera House Rlock)
.MRS. A. J. RIEI.Y. Proprietor.
riUIIS HOUSE WILL BE KEPT IN FIRST
X Class order, with attcntlvo and obliging
servants. I am prepared to furnish good ac
commodations to the traveling puhllc,and will
use avery enucuvor to mem tne patronage or
Free Coach to the House.
Regular Hoarding nt very low rates. 2-
JfARY 1 NAWTEI.T.E. 21. !.,
BEING PERMANENTLY I.OCATED IN SA
1cm, oilers her professional Mrviees to the
Irtibllc nml respeetrully soiicltt hr share of
rartlfular Altrotloa I'Jtld to UKratcs or Women,
OFFICE At Residence, on Court street.
Next door to the Court House.
Stalls Xos. 1 .mil 2, Central Market,
Or all kinds.
Mess Beef and Pork, Hams, Bacon, lard,
Etc.. etc., etc.
FRANCIS A. EFFINCER,
BOOK-SELLEU AND STATIONER,
Corner Slnrk nml Front streets.
S-I0I1 FERRY INDINO.
GEO. W. VOLLUM,
BLANK BOOK MANTJFACTTJRER,
tf 95 FRONT ST., OVER MILWAIN'S. W
Cor. Second nml Wnshlnston Sta.
TTAVISn RECENTLY PHRCILSED THIS
ll Market, I am now prepared to sell on reas
onable term tbe best Meats the country af
IMPORTANT TO THE LADIES!
I WILL SELL FROM THIS DAY ALL MY
Dry Goodx at Greatly Reduced Prices, a fol
lows: "Wool Plaid,
FORMERLY Kte'l CO, AT KiogC!!
FORMERLY COe. AT
ALL, WOOL EMPRESS CLOTH.
FOR5IERLY tJIJSceSc, AT MceeS.
Will be old from 25 cts. to 31 CO per yard.
Also, a Largo Assortment or
White 1- Col'd Plain & Tifllled Flannels,
Ottoman-Striped Shawls, Double Shawls,
linocnc Sn.vwi. Lace Goons,
CHECKED, STRIPED AND FIGURED NAINSOOKS,
LaJIrs' & Chlldrf n's Fon A Fur Sacks.
I alto have a Fine Stock of
In Every Shade.
Boys Suits in Waterproof & Cassiraere.
A full assortment of f.f-nts'FurnlsliInirGoodii
STAR SHIRTS (open back) SOLD Tor J2 00!
I also have a creatmanv other articles that
will be sold according to the time.
B3- Re Mire and call Ixifore purchasing else
where. R. IIAMKURUER,
San Francisco Dry floods Klore,
131 First street, Portland.
TUST RECEIVED, A FINE AND LARGE
U Assortment of
Published by the well known Arm of
Schuberth & Co.
HALLET, DAVIS &. CO. PIANOS.
UEO. WOODS A CO. ORflANN.
All Kinds or Jluslrnl Instruments.
Call and Examine
Badgor's Music Store,
SNOW A ROOS' ART GALLERY,
v2 T3 I'lrst Street, l'ortlnml. nS
KRUMBIEN & GILBERT,
ARCHITECTS & DRAUGHTSMEN,
finiB REST COUNSEL : The Rest Draught..
X men; the Rest M'kIoI Work men, ami the
iwsi i-nirm. jceni ni asuineinn; inu only re
liable place to get your Inventions put through
in iiori uiic. z-iuu
A. C. WALLINC,
XJolc iiikI Jol Pi-iutev,
PITTOCK'S RUILDINO, UP-STAIRS,
Corner Front and Stark strepln,
Wotk done at REASONAHIJ-: RATES. 2-.14
No. 130 rirst Street
TEK L.VST STEAMERS, A GENERAL AS-
X wirtmcnt of merchandise, eomprUInc ia
I1LAC1C AND COLORED ALPACCA,
LADIES KID G LOVES Extra Quality.
FURS A Lame Assortment,
FRENCH FLANNELS All Color.
TWILLED RED FLANNEL,
BED COMFORTS, ETC., ETC
Also, a Good Assortment of
HOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
MEN AND BOY'S CIQTHINS AND UNDERWEAR,
All of which will be sold cheanforcash. Please
call and examine betore purcliuitiiKCl.sewhcre.
OREGON STEAM KAVIGATION CO.'S NOTICE-
BOATS OF THE COMPANY WILL LEAVE
Portland :is lollows :
I'or The Dnlics t
Dally (Sundays excepted) at 3 o'clock a. Jf.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday nt & o'clock
Tar Jfontlcello :
Dally at 7J o'clock a. m.
n37 J. C.AIXSWORTH. President.
MRS. J. KINGSBURY,
JUST FROM El'ltOPr,
HAS OPENED A
NEW AND ELEGANT
In WIesand's New Biflldlng,
CORNER THIRD AND ALDER STREETS.
The ladles are respectfully Invited to call.
DR. MARY A. THOMPSON,
PHYSICIAN AND ACCOUCHEUR
TiKsmF.NTE AND OFFICE THIRD ST.
XV between Salmon and Main, opposite the
Calls attended In any part of the city.
Batteries for sale.and Instructions given on
the ne of electricity as a Remedial Agent, nl.
MILS. H. J. Kl'MSEY,
PORTRAIT AND LANDSCAPE PAINTER,
CAN BE FOUND IN HER STUDIO, on the
third Uoor of Uorbctt's New Building, from
10 A. M. till 4 r. sc. of each day
bb-Lesmjss given ut Landscape Paint
INVITES HIS OLD PATRONS AND THE
IMbllc sencrally to call at his
NEW BUTCHER SHOP,
Wnshlngtou si., one Uoor east of Third
NOW IS THE TIME-. TO SUBSCRIBE!
Unparalleled Inducements to Clubs
THE NEW NORTHWEST,
A Journal for the I'eople,
OEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF HUMANITY.
Arranccments havo been made to secure the
Services of a
COMPETENT CORPS OF WRITERS
upon any and all subjects of Public Interest.
The New Northwest Is not a WomanM
RlehtK, but a Human Rights organ, devoted
to whatever policy may bo necessary to secure
the greatest boou to the greatest number. It
knows no scx.no ixlltlc,uo religion, no party,
no color, no creed. Its foundation is fastened
upon the rock of Eternal Liberty. Universal
Emancipation anu uniranimeieu rrogressioii.
OUR PREMIUM LIST.
As an Inducement lor our friends to make
virt!nnc in meiirn Innre clubs for the NEW
Northwest, we offer tho following list of val
uable premiums :
KOr twenty subscribers, ai sjwcncn.arcuiu
panled by the cash, we will civo the HOME
SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, without la
m Ikcfiutinillv nmnmenleil. lTlce.SJU.
Vnr ihiriv-fl-n sulihcrlliers. at 51 Ul each.ae-
compauled bvthocash.we will given HOME
SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, with Black
walnut lauio, urouzea nuu niceij wmu,
For forty subscribers, at $3 00 each, accom
rmnled bv the cash, we will clvca HOME SHUT
TLE SEWING MACHINE, finished In extra
style, with Black Walnut table and cover.
Thealxive.SewIus 3Iachlnes, which are war
ranted first-class In ever" particular, can be
seen at the oulco ot Geo. W.Travcr,112 Front
v..r nrtv subscrlbeni. at S.1 00 each, accom
panied by the cah,we will give u MASON i
HAMLIN PORTABLE ORG.VN, four octave,
klncle reed, with black walnut case, automatic
bellows swell, two blow jwdals. Improved cen
ter tiressure reed valves, etc- Price. STid.
For seventy-five subscrl lers, at SI tt) each, ne-
. - i.i i . i n.i. .. . t . . . . 1. 1 ....
Cflllllfillllt'U 1111- l.llll, t UUMUW ..IV. .I1.L.1U.1
HAMLIN ORGAN; resembles the flr.tex-
CCUl UUl u liu :umi wire i.l'ji. iin-r, j.a.
For seventv-tlve subscrH-ers. nt S."l tx) each
aceonipanliM by the cash and twenty-five
lollnrs additional, we will give a .MASON
HAMLIN ORGAN, of Five Octaves. One Stop.
Sclf-Ailjustlng Reed Valves. Improved Bel
lows, Tremulant and Knee Swell, l'riee, S10H
For one hundred ubcrllers, at (3 00 each,
and twrntv dollars additional, we will give a
MASON HAMLIN ORGAN, I'lve Octaves.
Five Stops, Two Sets of lllbrators Throughout,
Improved Graduated Sell-Adjusting Heed
Valves, Improved Bellows, Tremulant and
Knee-Swells. VIOLA, DIAPASON, FLUTE,
TREMULANT. Price, J1J5.
Those who desire to work for these premiums
can seud the names and money as fust as re
ceived. The subscribers will bo placed to their
credit, and If enough names are not received
during the year to procure the premium de
sired they can ehoo-ien Icsserpremltim.orthcy
will be entitled to receive twenty-ave percent.
In cash of the amount remitted fur their labor,
OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST.
As The New Northwest has already proved
a popular success, we are decided that It shall
also prove iiTRtUMi'it.
To enable our Mends who may declda to can
vass for our paper to benefit both themselves
and us by Increasing ourSubscrlptlon Lists, we
propose to give the following additional Ire
ralums to canvassers :
Any subscriber who Is In arrears for the New
Northwest, who will send us his orherown
subscription fee, ami one new subscriber, ac
companies oy me easn win gir .
A pair Parian Marble Vases;
Or a Bohemian Glass Vase;
Or a Bohemian Glass Cant Receiver;
iir;4iiozcn ivory .-sapxin mugs:
Or dozen Plated Tea Spoons;
Or I pair Alexandre's Kid Oloves;
Or a Lady's Kan, upangled, leathered edgo;
Or a Bird Cage;
Or an Album for holding ICO pictures;
Or an Album (extra) forholdlug SO pictures
Or a Fancy Letter Case;
Or a box Toilet Articles, Includlnz soap,
cnaiK, penuraery, etc.;
Or a Britannia Tea Pot;
Or a Kerosene Lamp :
Or Y, dozen Glass Goblets;
Or U dozen Glass Tumblers,
Or a large Glass Fruit Dish;
Or n Work Basket:
Or a Fine Embroidered Handkerchief;
OrInzrn Linen Handkerchiefs;
Or a Woolen Table Cover;
Or K dozen Table Napkins;
Or doxru Towels;
Or an elegant Portmonla.
Any subscriber who Is In arrears lor a year's
subscription, and who will send his orherown
subscription foe, and two new subscribers, nc-
rompanieu dj- me cuu-Bunin: w we wilt
A set ol Rosers Table Forks, triple plated, on
Or a set or Rogers' TAbfe Spoons, triple plated,
on white metal, warranted;
Or n set of Rogers' Tea Spoons, triple plated,
on white metal, warranted;
Or VS dozen Rogers' & Russell's Table Knives,
uesiquaiuy, w ill hhimti ,
lira handsome Bird Cage.
Any person In arrearsfor subscription to The
New Northwest, who will send his or her
subscription fee and three ueiv subscribers, ac-
conipanieu Dy me c.in, muring 3i w, we will
A handsome Marsailles Quilt
Orahandsomo Woolen Quilt, red and white,
or uiue uuu wiiilc
Or a pair or Table Cloths;
Ortwo nalrs of Nottingham Lace Curtains?
Or three ralrs Alexandre's Kid Gloves, any
color or size;
Or a Japanese Inlaid Work Box;
Or IS yards best yd. wide Sheeting.
For seven subscribers nt S3 00 each, amount
ing 10 a.i w, we win m-uu
An extra Castor, trlpleplatcd.on white metal
vaiueu ai w:
Or a Lady's Writing Desk, of equal value:
Or an Extra Jananese Inluld Worlr TItxt
The.6 articles arc all valuable, and are war
ranted to be Just as we represent them. Per
sons living in mis ciiy urwno can visit us can
receive these articles from our own hamUnt nn
hour's notice: or if not convenient to visit us.
.... .will ...... .1. a ul.tai I . uvn .. . '
No order of this kind will receive attention
unless the cash accomnanles It.
Send money In l"0"otnce orders at thq cus-
"juiiirj iulch ui currcucy, orsenuuraft If pre-
A1I orders promptly attended to.
yo slncerelv m itio thnt thl. i..,i...n..i..i
oner, which Is a new feature In the newspaper
business In Oregon, will meet with h hearty re
sponse from the many Mends of our paper,
who i up to this timo have seemed to rail to real
ize that Tun New NoirruwusT cannot be run
without nioney. Now is the time to make ud
clubs. Begin before some other person cets
the start of you. See what you can do forySur
ell, the Public and Tub New NownwKST.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer in
millinery and fancy 0000s,
Hats and Gents FoRNisnixa Goods,
I. mills' and .Hisses'
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS AND
Frames, Braids, Cords, Ornaments, Flowers
Ribbons, Trlmmlnjs, etc.
Dross Goods, white Goods, Tnnkee No
Ladies' Cloaks, CIoaK Trim
AGENT OF TIIE ELLENDALE WOOLEN
Ihill Stock of Blankcii, Yarns, Bea
vers, Tweeds and Casslmtrei
LATEST STYLES BV mTIty STEAMER
Light ltunnlDg, Easily Learned
cs the Preference!'
WARRANTED TO GIVE SATISFACTION.
GEORGE IV. TKAVEIt,
General -tV T o n t ,
AT GRAY'S MUSIC STORE,
Odd rellosiH" Temple,
v2 Portland. nT
101 First Street.
lESxTLipiaro DBalxoi-y I
1ELLINGEII sSc CO.
Washington St., bet. Second and Tlilrd,
"y-E MANUFACTURB AN
A NO. 1 ARTICLE1 OF
And all kindsof Pastrynmally found In a'FIrst
es Goods delivered to any part of the eltv
UOOM.S-Corner First nud Stark Nt.,
over Ijidd Jt Tllton's Bank.
fonlilns Otrr Three Tliootsnd Cboke Books
Over 100 Papers and Mapaziacg.
MEMBERSHIP FREE TO ALL,
Monthly Ilne-i 81 00 Vnynblc 0.nnrterly
Dtnrcrons Wm. S. I.add, P. C. Scliuylor, Jr.,
m. i". iieauj-, i ii. wnKcueiu, w. Jt. jiracKeti,
A. C. Glbbs, a II. Lewis, M. W. Kechhelinor, H.
L. II. WAKEFIELD President
H. FAILING Vice I"resldent
P. C. SCHUVI.KR.Jr Treasurer
M. W. FECHHEIMER- Correspondlns Sec
HENRY A. OXER. Librarian and Itcc. isec
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Where lie may be found keoplnc a cood supply
of the best
FINE TOBACCO, CIGAKS, PIPES.
PATENT MEDICINES AND YANXEE NOTIONS,
Where he will be pleased to meet UIs ol3. c3-;
tomers, and holds himself In readiness to mlt
upon many new ones, and hopes by P""'""1:
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to receive a liberal share of patronage.
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PTrrnrtF; taken In all the latest and most
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thoowist. Work well done and completed in
side of twenty-four hours. ll.l,,nhl
BS-BASlBi AJD Cun.PKsl10uI'1 be brou ht
lntw?n"hthou " of IU mid 2,nlways dressed
In light clothes -"
TniS TRULY WONDERFUL MEDICINK
Is warranted to exil all worms from the
Bowels and Stomach, except Tape and Chain
The proprietor has taken much naln in im
the comparative merits of the principal Worm
jieuicmes oi iue uuy, unieii, numerous aa Ine
Entozoa themselves, have overs press! th
land, each claiming for Itself the name of sue.
clclc; and, while we frankly acknowledge tbat
many of them nre orten suecessral.and do spresit
good, wero we not assured that this combines
advantages possessed by no other worm medi
cine. Its introduction at this late day would not
nave oeen nitempieu.
The Bleasnnt taste and exceedlnelv small
quantity of this medicine required to test the
existence of worms, or to remove every one
from the system its operating in a few hours,
unaided by any other purge, together with IU
certainty of effect, constitute it one of tlia roost
Had we space here, scores of certificate?)
might be adduced to show IU progressive and
rapidly increasing reputation for the last lew
years; but to promulgate Its fame and estab
lish its character, we only ask for a trial.
Its speedy operation in all sudden attacks, as
convulsions, colic, fits or spasms, given It an
unrivaled superiority. Sent by express on re
ceipt of price.
8 VMITOM3 OP WORMS.
Alternate Baling and flush! nr of the coun
tenance, dull expression of the eyes, drowat
iness, itching of the nose, a swelled upper Hp,
tonguo wnueiy iurreu anu tnicKty specKiea
with red points, feted breath. an enlarged belly.
a partial or general swelling or paftihgneM of
the skin, a sun-tin? in the sleep and grlHtHnx ot
the teeth, a sensation as If something was
lodged in the throat, a gradual wasting of the
rtesh. sickness of the stomach, vomltlnr. a
short and dry courIi, appetite sometimes vora
cious, at other times feeble, bowels sometimes
costive, nt other times looe, great 1 retrain
and Irritability ortemper.pains in the stomach
and bowels, colic, fits, convulsion and palsy.
Its value In removing masses of eradlltes
from the stomach and bowels of children, even
where no worms exist, cannot be too highly es
timated. . ,
Prepared and sow. wholesale antt retail, oy
DR. VAN DEN BEP.GH and Agents In all eli
tes and towns.
Dr. Van Den Berch can he consulted on all
diseases that the human system is heir to. life
Ions experience In diseases of women and
children cannot be surpassed by any physi
cian in the United States or Europe. Dr. V. mi-
vl-.es ladles troubled with any lrreeuuinues 01
the Uterus to try his new remedies and get
By consulting and undergoing a simple ex
amination the atllicted can learn If their dis
ease ! worms or not. At all events, Dr. Van
Den Bergli can tell them from what dsseaMt
they are sulferlng.
Consultations and examinations free of
Office rooms 38 ana , over rowomee,
Letters deerlblii!r the symptoms will ho
promptly answered, and persons Itvtntr at a
distance will be saved the expense and trouble
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-VTICASIO W.VTER-CURE Is situated m Call
i tornia the healthiest state In the Union ;
in .Mnrin county t no healthiest In the Stale:
and In Nlcaslo Valley a plaea comblnlna; all
the advantages of climate aiw beauty 0Toea-
It is reachetl in a few hours fmm ftan man-
Cisco, via either San Rafael or Fetalnxoa. ami
patients can. by suecial arrangement, hava
easy carriages, with bed. if deslred.at very low
r.ue, uy aiipiieisuon m uay lew -caotes.I9an
Ranfael, or to the livery stable of Unkiess,
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Staees leave San Rafael, fontlsvs. Wsdnctv.
days and Saturdays, at 2 p. v.. Stages leavo
i-eiaiuma a I iuo same nour, iieanay!i and
has facilities (or successfully treating the sick
unexcelled by any cure, East or West
Tub wivsici.ijis are skillful, and they have
had lone experience in thcllvrienlc treatment
of chronic diseases. They employ in addition
to the common u .iter-Cure or Hygienic treat
ment, r.LunitlciTY in baths and, otherwise,
and iSHAi.ATtON-s of oxyoes, which prove
very valuable in many cases of lung and throat
diseases. They also pay particular attention
to all diseases i-kccli ak tm woxix. They are
well known as editors, for the last three years,
of tho "PaclQc Journal of Health," a periodical
which has IiIrU rank as one of the best pope lar
Health papers In the world.
Wc therefore confidently assert that M no
place In the world can the sick receive, ibr the
timo and money expended, mote substantial
benefit than In the N icabio Watkb-Citb.
DR. W. J. YOUNG.
MILS. HARRY (iODLCT
OFFERS FOR S.LK HEP. SUPERB SHUCK
of Millinery and Fancy Goods
AT A BARGAIN.
The business Is one of the best paylrer at, the
kind in the Stalc.and will be old sojeryofi ac
count of the falilnc health of the propria! or.
For Particulars :Idress
M1B. HARRY G0BL8Y,
ven3j Albany, OiegBii.
S. IA. MILLER, ,
L.XST CHANCE, MULTNOMAH CO., OON.
GROCERIES, PROVINIOXS, TORACCO.
LIQUORS, VEGETABLES, WOOD, ETC.
BB-Opposlto the head of Sauvlf-M Island.
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Attorney, Connscllor at Liw anj
EUGENE CITY OREGON
Consultations In the Kmrllsli. Franeh. nor
mal! and Holland lanuageH. ni.
3IRS. Ul'IIAM IIKXDKE,
CLAIRVOYANT & MAGNETIC MEDIUM,
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Between Cnllfiirnla and Montgomery streets.
Room 43. cecond Hour. Clr-les Thursday ami
Seances for business.
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