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THDESDAY MORNING, SEPT. 19, 187S.
THE NEW SENATOR'S ANTECEDENTS.
Mr. Slater came to Oregon a free soil Whig.
In natural constitution of mind he -was op
posed to the Demecratic party, and this
oppoeition "was strengthened by his early
training and associations. But he found few
political kindred spirits in Oregon, and but a
handful in Benton county. His mind was
not of a very robust and independent order,
but he had some rather quick parts -which
enabled him soon to see that there was no
hope for political advancement through ad
herence to ideas which could not muster
numbers sufficient to give a party a standing
and a name. Thus beset, Mr. Slater began to
yield to the force of popular opinion around
him. Democracy he first endured, then
pitied, then embraced. He won the friend
ship of"J. C. Avery, long a leading citizen
and prominent Democrat of Benton. Ur.
Avery and Judge Williams completed Mr.
Slater's conversion to Democracy. Confirmed
in the faith by receiving the appointment of
clerk of the court at the hands of Judge Wil
liams, he has remained generally faithful to
his new vows, though often taunted in years
past with his free soil or abolition ante
cedents. DuriDg the war he prudently
kept silence, since his party had no favors to
bestow. He was no more a man to lead a
forlorn hope of Democracy than he was to
remain a sturdy free soil Whig in the midst
of an overpowering adverse public senti
ment. But when the close of the war gave
opportunity to the Democracy to renew its
strength, and honors wcreoncemorein sight,
Mr. Slater again appeared at the front, and
has been at the front ever since. True, he
has not been much in any man's way, and
has repeatedly been pushed aside to make
room for others who had a larger hold on the
heart of their party. But all this he has
borne with as much patience and good nature
as any one so situated could be expected to
evince. He has always been offering him
self, yet it has always been easy to crowd him
cff. As witty Charle3 the Second said of
'GodolphiK, he is never in the way nor out of
the way. He owes his fortune now to the
favor of locality. A circumstance raised by
another as a political trick to serve a selfish
purpose turns to the advantage of Mr. Slater.
Those appeals made by Mr. Mitchell lo East
ern Oregon in the hope of securing his own
election, hollow as they are, gave Mr. Slater's
friends their opportunity. Otherwise Mr.
Skier had been seduced hi vain from free soil
principles in his youth, and like patience on
a monument would still be waiting and
taking his chances for the next occasion.
Til E RING CHARTER.
This instrument proposes to reserve to the
mnnon council the big job in the erection
water works ami gas works, by providing
ecially in section 33 that the council shall
. ve power to furnish the city with water, to
regulate the sale and distribution thereof, and
to erect or construct water works and reser
voirs within or without the limits of the
city; and also to provide for lighting the
streets with gas or other light, and to erect
such' works as may be necessary or conven
ient therefor. A common council, a majority
of whose members are totally irresponsible
in every respect, and who notoriously are
irere instruments in the hands of trucking
politicians by whom this ring charter is con
ceived and supported, should not be en
trusted with any such power and opportu
nity. The people do not want to see the city
government converted wholly into a ring
machine. That is suiliciently its character
now. Put the police wholly in the hands of
the common council, and add the other large
opportunities which the ring propose to
ieizs under this cunningly devised
charter, and the politicians of a grasping
faction will be abla to consolidate here their
now broken power, and gain once more a
foothold to rule the state. It is well known
that their complaint against the present police
organization is that they could not use it as
they desired in the last election. It declined
the most earnest solicitations to " stand in ;"'
and neither entreaty nor threats could bring
it to the support of a faction which had
staked all on a single throw for a new lease
of power. A tradable police is now wanted
hi' the ring which made its threats immedi
ately after the election that it would punish
what it chose to call the treachery of the
police organization to its interests. We shall
see if the legis.ature will deliberately confer
on the ring the powr it seeks and convert
the corporation of Portland into spoil for
ob hers to revel in.
THE INDIAN SITUATION..
Uen. Howard has for some weeks been col
lecting bands of surrendering Indfans at Mc
Deriuiit, and the whole of them numbering
in the aggregate nearly one thousand, are
now being transferred to Camp Ilarney.
They are held as prisoners of war to await
the pleasure of the government. It should
he almost unneceisary to say that these In
dians ought by all means bo transferred to
some dtetaut locality. The country is now
cleared of all bands of Piutes which have
Heon engaged in hostilities, llemove these
Indians, now prisoners, and the whole of
outheasern Oregon and the adjacent parts
)f Nevada and Idaho will forever remain un
disturbed. The Malheur reservation should
be given up. If the Indians heretofore be
longing to that reservation be sent back,
nothing can keep them there; they will start
off again on a laiding expedition whenever
they feel disposed, and there will be a repeti
tion of the scenes of the past summer
throughout all the surrounding country. It
is absolutely necessary for safety that they be
removed to some distant place as the Modocs
were; and now that the whole of them are
prisoners, the job will be an easy one and
hould be done at once. We are advised that
Gen. Howard has recommended that they be
taken to the Indian territory or some other
distant locality, and it may be hoped that his
recommendation will have weight with the
authorities at Washington . It should be sec
onded by our representatives in congress. We
call attention to the desirability of Mich
thorough action as will assure tho country
that we have had the last of this trouble.
The names of thirty eight Indians or the
Umatilla and Columbia river bands who
joined the hosliles and participated in the
attacks upon our citizens in Umatilla county
Lave been ascertained, and many of them are
known. That they are lurking about the
Umatilla teservatiou. or in the vicinity of the
Columbia river is not doubted. The civil
authorities should be on the alert Tor them.
It Is positively necessary to the future peace
of that vicinity that these renegades be taken
ami punished. Kvery possible facility will
be furnished by the mi.itary, but it will de
volve on the civil authorities to make the
arrtsts. because there is a law which forbids
the use of the military as a posse to execute
ci. ' i cress, and if Oea, Howard takes the
Indians he must hold them under military
law and cannot give them up to the authori
ties of the state for trial and punishment.
Thi3 may serve for answer or explanation to
the complaint made at Pendleton that the
military are not arresting the offending Indi
ans and giving them np to the sheriff. Surely
the sheriff ought to be able to ascertain who
those Indians are ; and he has a right to take
them on the reservation or wherever found.
Measures should also be taken without de
lay to effect a permanent settlement with the
Indians of Moses1 band on the upper Colum
bia. The territory which Moses wishes to retain
onght to be conceded to him. He has main
tained the peace" under very trying circum
stances heretofore, and has always been true to
his promises. Hisconductin the past gives as
surance, therefore, that if he be confirmed In
possession of the lands he occupies he will
remain a firm friend of the whites, keep the
peace and exercise a wholesome influence
over the Indians around him. It is the more
necessary that this concession be made at
once, because there has always been some
uneasiness among those Indians, and because
it is certain that auy attempt to remove them
to a new locality will be resisted, and the re
sult will be war. Those lands could never
be of much value to the whites. Besides, if
this arrangement be consummated. Homely
will go from the Umatilla reservation to this
locality, and two-thirds of the Indians of that
reservation will most willingly attend him.
This would go far toward settling all ques
tions connected with the Umatilla reserva
tion. Now is the time to put all these mat
ters in proper shape, so that the country may
experience no more trouble. Bemove the
Indian prisoners to a distant place., punish
the unfaithful Uniatillas and settle definitely
with Moses, and we shall not have further
There has been quite a row in the Demo
cratic convention in Massachusetts over the
nomination of Butler for governor. The
sfate central onimittee tmde an order post
poning the convention till the 25th, but tho
adherents of Butler disregarded it and rushed
their programme through. It now remains
to be scea what the respectable portion of the
Democratic partv will do.
In Salem, Ogn.. Sept 17, altera lingering illness,
of consumption, Mrs Nellie C. Burgess. Age 25 yrs.
Ohio papers please copy.
aiiilLnomaSi Engine Co. No. 2. Special
meeting this Thursday evening atS o'clock, bharp.
By order of the FOREMAN.
FOR RENT BUILDING NEW.
A NEWLY FURNISHED SUIT OF ROOMS IN
a desirable part of the city. Address X,"
Oregonian office s19tf
SEVERAL YOUNG GENTLEMEN CAN BE Ac
commodated with rooms at No. 67. N. W. cor.
Park and A tts. Apply at Match Factory. N. E.
Park and A streets. sl9J3t
KALEIGH STOTT. JSO. M. GEARIN
STOTT & CEARiN,
Attorneys at JL.a-v-Rooms
1 and 2 Terwllliger' building, opposite Oc
cidental IlotU. Portland. Oregon.
THE BRITISH VICE CONSULATE IS REMOVED
to O. S. N. Co'j Block, No. AtA Front Street,
JAMES LAIDLAW & CO.. have removed to O.
S. N. Co's Block. 41J4 Front st , up stairs. &19d2w
2 for 25 Cts.
IMPORTED HAVANA CIGARS!
Just received per Chester the latest Havana In
voiceand GENUINENESS GUARANTEED
The wholesale coat of thl? clas of goods Is twice
that of the bit cigars generally dispensed.
Corner First and Alder streets.
BRANCH I3V A.X.JE3IVX.
ROOJI AND BOARD WASTED
FOR THE WINTER, BY HAN AND WIFE,
where there are no other boarders ; must he
centrally located, btale where house is situated
and price per week or month. No need to address
unless house is centrally located.
Addribs lxx 77, P. O. Portland. s!8dtl
OLYMPIA. W. T..
31IIS. IX. II. HOWARD Proprietress.
TOES NOr EMPLOY RUNNER3 ON ANY OF
XJ 'he boats or trains to harras ihe traveler.
Ihe PACIFIC is in every respect a first class homo
for travelers. Reliable men at all depots and
wharves to take charge cf baggage.
Good Sample Rooms on first floor.
CO&TJMBIA RIVER BAR.
SHIPMASTERS. OWNEES AND CONSIGNEES
of vessels are hereby notified that the nsw Pilot
Schooner RESCUE Is now ready and In active ser
vice on the Columbia River Bar. She will cruise
on the cutsidc or the bar und be ready in all weath
ers to put experienced and trustworthy Pilots on
board of any vessels iuward or outward bound.
M. D. STAPLED.
slSdtf Bar Pilots.
Vocal & Instrumental Concert
PROP. E. K. TRAUNEE,
Asslgteil !' well known Amateurs, and
Alembers of tlie NortUwcKteru llnnd.
To be given at
TURSr VEREIN HALL,
SUNDAY EVENING, SEPT. 22, 1S78.
Admission 10 cts. Reserved 3sat 75c
(Albky & Heselo's New Building.)
COR. MORRISON Jfc THIRD STREETS,
Kuriiisliol Room In Suits, or Single, ly
the clay Week or Slontli.
MISS H. JIESEPEE, Lesser.
xs-Gentlemen and their wives will find superior
accommodations at this House. sl9alm
' Come and see oui "etv Stock or 3IEX'S
and BUTS' CLOTH IXG, FURMSIIIX9
GOODS, HATS etc. GKEAT I5AKG1IXS
Toil ALL. KOO'S CLOTH IXG TALACE,
corner FInt and Xorrison streets
Como and sec ihe biggest store, the
best selected Stock and the LOWEST
PRICES ever offered la the State. Xow
Is the time to call at KOHX'S.
Important Anction Sale !
WE WILL SELL AT OUR REAU ESTATE OF
1 1 fice, comer Washington end Front sts oa
TUIiSDAY. SEPT. 24. AT ill . r.
The fallowing valuable property:
.. . ir''. - " ueiwecn bairaon ana
Main, on Third HrceUiiith lMKe house of 12 rooms
dweu.etc. a very desirable limsitmeni.
Lot 6. Bloct 3, .oa Grant irett between Front
E V of N. W.Vf Bloct C. Carter' Addition, belne
4 lots on louxteeuih street, bet. Market and MUL
Also 18 acr In Sec It. T 1 S. R 2 K, aboni two
miles from the ferry. East Portland
Full particulars at our office. Terms at time or
CREIGKTOX & STEARN, nctlanecrs.
JOHN CRAM & GO.
Arc how opening for tke
JlJX IZVIItfCENSsIE STOCK OF
Which Is this Season largely Increased,
Is replete with tnc
LATEST PARISIAN STYLES,
"New Frencli Plaids
In InYlslble effects.
Sew Over-Dress Goods!
Direct from Paris.
SILKS & SATINS
To Match, c
A yinc Stock or
In Excellent Value and large Quantity.
17c direct special attention to our
HOSIERY A3D CORSET STOCK,
Which we belleTC to he
Ever shown In Oregon.
In which we have at present,
A full lino or Ladle' and Gentlemen's
CALL AND SEE.
sqffee mmmm i
Look at TMs I
We have just received a fresh lot of that Iclicious
Pure Ground CoiFee
In Papers and Cans. Also.
Cala. Smoked Beef,
HEW GO OSS,
By City of Chester.
mnim, sites & go.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Fancy and Staple Groceries,
187 Pirst Street.
15ct:. arox'rlson. and "STnmlilll.
Oregon Steamship Coxnp'y
P0KTM3D to SilK FBMCISCO.
CrrylnR the United States Molls unci
Vlla, Fajrgo fc Co'u Eipresj.
Tho Oroin Steamship Company
i win dispatch their new and elegant
aAl icon Steamship
CITY OF CIH3S'2."'23Tt.
P. ilACKlE COilMAXDER.
For the above port on
SUA DAY, SEPT. 23, at 5 o'clocU A. Bl.
RATES OF PASSAGE:
The Comp.nv are nor prepared to Eell First,
Second and Third Class Tiikcts from Portland to
all the principal Cities in the United States, Toron
to and Montreal. Canada.
For further particulars for Passage and Freight
apifty at the Company's Oflcc, corner of F and
Front streets, Portland. Ojrn.
GEO. W. WEIDLEK, Agent.
BON TON JLIiEsltS3trA"K.33K.
Madame R,, DeWinslow,
HAS THE HOXOR TO ANNOUNCE TO THE
Ladiea of Portland that she has tacen
Room No. 11, First Stret,
over Clarke & Henderson's Dry Goods Emporium,
where she will be pleased to receive the patronage
of the Ladies for
EVEXIXG fr BALL DRESSES a. specialty
tyle and fitting guaranteed.
Old Itaion, Scissors onil Knives Ground,
RAZORS AND LOCKS MADEISAYS FILED
And Set, Tools Jlcpalred anil Tempered.
TAYLOR St . bet. Pront and First.
MEETS THURSDAY EVESISG. bept 19th, at
S o'clock P. M. for election of officers and
other important business. tlSdit
r hAVK ASSOCIATED WIT A ME IK THE
L Baicutriiij: Hutns Mr. JOSEPH BUP.K.
UARjr. and will continue as formerly at the old
sand. GUST. 81RDBE
Eat Ponlau J. Sept. It, 1S75. El&JSt
DRY GOODS. M1LL1HERY, ETC.
THE WHITE HOUSE!
We will offer during
Elegant BUi Brocaded
Silks, at - $2 50 per yd
Slegaat Black French.
Basket Goods, $1 SOpryd
Elegant Black Freneli
Camel's Hair Goods,Sl 50
Good Blk Trini'g SUk, 75
The above Goods are
New and the
Very Latest Styles!
Also, an Immense Stock of
ZiBWIS & STRAUSS.
Clarke & Henderson's.
Too Miner ou3 to Enumerate.
CALL AND SEE THEM!
CLARKE & HENDERSON.
Emporium of Fashion!
Ladies' Suits and Cloaksi
Ladies' Suits and Gioaks !
Ladies' Suits and Cloaks ! !
The Largest Stock in the City
Can be Found at
First Street nenr. Morrison, Portland.
Manufacturing our own Cloaks and
Suits, wc are enabled to UNDERSELL
an house In that line In the city.
fall and be CONVINCED !
ANOTHER CHANCE IN BUSINESS
Another Seduction in Prices.
Mtt. JOHN H.1EKNAH
Has this day become an equal partner v, ith Mr. C.
M. Wiberg in the
BOOT A$D SHOE BUSINESS,
145 Pront Street.
They respectfully wish to inform, the public that
they are now receiving direct from the East and
San Francisco large Invoices cf the Eestaud Latest
BOOTS AND SHOES,
And all Goods pertaining to the Boot and Shoe
Trade, which they offer for sale
AS CHEAP IF XOT CHEAPKR
Than any other house in Orejon.
slSdiw WIBERG & KIERNAN.
"PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRY!"
WILMISETTE STOVE WORKS,
RICHARDS & ROGERS, Proprietors.
Front Street, between Slain and Madison.
Dexter Cook Stoves, Psrlor r n 1 Box Stoves
Itotmil .Monitor, Hollow Ware, fcc.
STOVE EXTRAS, ol all kinds, made to order.
THE -VtAGSSETiC !
Nature's Great Restorer!
BE. D. HALL McLEMAN.
THE CELEBRATED HEALER. CURES ALL DI3
1 eases, no matter how originally caustd or how
aggravated in character.
Health examination, together with a healing test
free to all.
PARLOR1! at Pala-o House, corner Morrison
and Third streets.
Spiritual communicitionsand advice during the
day. Wonderful testa given.
CIRCLES every Tuenl&y. Friday and Sunday
evening at S o'clock. Fee Genu. 1, Ladles, EOc.
Wc have received ex Barks -Falkiaburs" and
Fr.0M HONOLULU, DIRECT,
From the followins P.antations:
IJOIIAL..A. " HAIKU,
AUo. 300 nags TABLE 1HCE.
"Which we offer to the trade at low rates.
S7dlia ALIiES & L.EWIS.
AUCTION AND COMMISSION.
CREIGHTOff & STEAMS,
Real Estate Agents
Corner Kroat and "Waslalugtoa Streets.
AUCTION SALE IS
28 HF, ATS OP COWS.
"TOTE "WILL 8ELL JOR ACCOUNT OF MR. L.
TT P. W. QUIMBY, at the Ferry Landing. East
Sntnrday, Sept. SI, at 10 o'clock A. ?L,
Twenty -six head of COWS, a nnmber of them now
Time will be given nurchasers. if required, on
their famishing approved notes. Sale positive;
CREIGHTON &STEAEK3. Auctioneers. .
BOOTS & SHOES.-!
"Worth, of Boots Jand Siioes
from th.e Bankrupt stoelr of
Mess. EINSTEIN BROS. &
CO. of San Francisco and
Boston, -who nave recently
failed for the enormous
This is no FEATJD, gotten
np to deceive the public, "but
a GENUINE SAE.
These Goods have been
honsht for CASH THREET
BAYS before the FINAIi
CRASH, and on account of
the cro-wded state of our
Store will bo sold at FIFTY
PER CENT, of their value.
In order to convince the
public, they are respectful-
fly referred to Mess. J. ISc-
Craken & Co , -who can in
form them-how many "eases
of Boots and Shoes -we have
stored -with. them, and to
stop paying storage we ar e
forced to clear out these
goods vat ruinous rates.
This sale is positive, and
will continue for the next
Cor. First and Yamhill Sis.
Also, a large stock of Dry
Goods, Fancy Goods & Cloth
ing at reduced rates.
In order to enable onr
enstomexs to compete witn
and force from this market
all EASTERN SHODDY,
we liave made
Blanket Coats and Ulsters
Cassimeres, Tweeds, etc.
And Overwear, etc.
"We invite tne attention
of the trade to our Im
mense Stock and Reduced
OREGON CUT WOOLEN MILLS,
JACOBS BROS. & CO.,
8 X 39 1 QA, U?H
MOVED OUT OF THE FIRE YESTERDAY AT
four o'clock, and our customers on and after
to morrow will be supplied with all goods in our
Soda, Sarsparilla, Ginger
Ale, Cider and Cider
. AT 14 PRONT STREET.
Fortland. Sept. 11. 1S7S. slCtf
Consignments of Wheat, IIops, Dried
Fruit, and other Products,
Solicited. Liberal Advances made. Prices and
other information promptly furnUhcds.
CUTTING & WURRAY,
aulMSm2p S00 Front St., S. Ki
AUCTION AND COMMISSION.
JL. 33. RIOHULXfclDSOISr,
A-txo tio .o a?.
S. L.S. eiXXJL GEO. X. TOTOQ.
GXX.MA2T & 1TQXJHG,
Auctioneers and Commission
fie. 43 First Street, bet. Plae aad Ash.
Anction Sides of Keal Estate. Furniture. General
Merchandise. Horses. C&tUe. Bugles, &c
Bcgnlar Sale Dajs TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS,
at 10 o'clock A. 1L
Regular and Peremptory Sale
Fnrnitnre,Grocerles, General M'dso,c.
FKID1T, SEPTE21BEII 20, 1S78,
At 10 O'clock A. M.
100 Cases Coal Oil,
50 Hir Bbls. Choice No. 1 Island Sugar,
25 Bnjjs No. 1 Japan Table Rice,
150 Boxes IXli Soap,
100 Boxes Fancy Toilet Soap,
50 Boxes Family Soap,
50- Cases Fresh Toma.ots, 3 doz each,
25 Cases Green Corn 2 ttoz. each.
Fine Parlor Sets,
Two Elegant Blk Wal't Bedroom Sets,
Two Klne " " "
Twenty Fine Spring JJIattrrsses,
Fine Bed Lounges,
Three Eng. Breakfnat Tables,
Hi Arm Chairs.
GIL3IAN fc YOUNG. Auctioneers.
T. A. DAVIS.
T. K. ARNOLD.
AND JOBBERS OF
Window Glass, Oils,
Nos. 92 and 94 Pront street,
San Francisco Office 116 Front Street.
New lork Office 3C Piatt St.
AVING JUST MOVED INTO OUR NEW
Store at the above location, wi are now bet
ter prepared than ever to meet the wants of our
Our jacllities for business are not surpassed by
those of any firm on the coast Our store is new,
built especially for us, and with a view solely to
the proper display and handling of our goods
Our Stock is large a: d complete in all its branches.
Drugs and Patent Medicines
We carry a complete assortment, adding all new
remedies as fast as they appear.
We have opened a
Druggists' Sundries Department,
Complete in" all its appointments. We have many
Novelties In the way of
that must be seen to be appreciated.
We would call particular attention to our Etoct of
Counter Balances, and Druggists' Pre
by far the finest ever brought to this market.
We alo offer a new and fine line of SIIEliP
WARE, and can furnish a full outfit of
Glass Labelled Bottles,
at shirt notice. To any one wishing to start a new
store, cr to replace old ware with new, it is a great
advantage to have the bottles labelled at the Fac
tory, thus insuring the per.'ectfitof each label.
In White Leads, Mixed Paints, Colors,
Brushed, and Painters' Stock
of all kinds, we have an assortment far surpass-
in; anything ever shown in Portland.
We make a specialty of
and buying our Stock at first hands can offer supe
rior inducements to all who deal in them.
We also carry a very large Stoci of
Embracing all the leading Brands, and we offer
them at prices which cannot be beaten. In
We aie prepared to fill orders for 1G and 26 cz. or
We have a Stock covering all Mzes from 8x10 to
40x72, and shaU bo glad to furnish estimates, or
any Information desired.
J. SIMON & GO.,
No. 12S Front Street, near Alder,
DOORS, WINDOWS, BLINDS,
Weights, Cords & Pulleys,
A. Nov a-iaci Complete Stoolc
GLAZING TO ORDER.
In consequence of Low "Freights, we
are enabled to scJl
Aud Upholstery 6oods,
AT BOTTOM PRICSS !
NEW PATTERNS by EVERY STEAMER
For sale by
Salem Bakers' & Superfine
For sale by SALEH FLOCRISG HILLS CO., Salem
WM. S. SIBSON.
17 'North Front Street, Portland.
MRS. D. C. PEARSON,
Fasliionable Dress Malrer.
ROM THE EAST. OF MANY YEARS EXPE-
rience. has located in roruana, ana respect
fully solicit patronage
HRTI1AI. COSTCilES a STW I
LIDAL COSTC11ES a specialty.
1C2 First st , cor. Morrison, Church's new building.
AUCTION AP COMMISSION.
AUCTION AX1 COMMISSION MKKCHAXfc '
Corner First and Pine Street.
Regular Sale Bajs, Wednesdays aa
WILL FUECHASE AND SELL SSAL ESTATS
Merchandise, Furniture, aa.
BY THE DAY. WEEK. OR MONTH. PARTIES
desirous of securing nicely furnished rooms,
as, above, can be accommodated on and after Sep
tember 1st. Tho Lownsdale buUdiasr having re
cently changed hands ha3 been refitted and fur
nished throughout, and will be kept first class In
every particular. Entrance No. 163H Second and
No. 41 Morrison streets. auSldlm
A SMALL RESTAURANT. WELL LOCATED.
Causa of disposal, ill health. For address
call at this office. slStlit
A HOUSE AND ORCHARD OF FRUIT-BEAR-
ins Tree, at Mllwaukie. Apply to JOHN
SELLWOOD. Milwaukie. s5dlm
DR. W. B. CARDWELL,
Ilxyslclan and Surgeon.
Office Corner Firs; and Morrison, up stairs, over
Morse's Palace of Art. Portland. Oregon
R. F. PRICE, M. D.,
Obstetrics and Surgery, specialty 15 years experi
ence; best of references.
Office . Residence Cor. Third &. Alder sta.
O. B. BIRD; hi. D.,
Homoeopathic Physician anil Surgeon.
Taylor street, above Fourth. Offlceon ground floor.
Office honra 8 to 9. S to 4. 6X to 71$. alod2m
BOOKS OPENED. DJUSTED 6R REGULARLY
written up by the month, by competent book
keeper of CO years practical experience. Satis
factory reference furnished on application. Work
solicited. Address W.M. R care Oregonian of
THE REGULAR ANNUAL' SALE OF SEATS IN
the Synagogue "Ahavai Sholom" will take
place on bunday next. 2id Inst, at 2 o clock P 11.
order of the President.
WIT. WOLFF. Sec'v
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXIST
Ing between Karl Seella & Ferdinand Zimmer
man ta the wholesale liquor business, is this day
dissolved by mutnal consent. Ferdinand Zimmer
man retiring. Karl SeeliE will collect and liqui
date all debts of the. late firm, and continue the
business at the late staud. KaRL SEELIG.
Witness the above signatures :
EHIL ZETTFe CHS.
Portland. Sept 1C 1S7S slSdGt
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXI3T
ing between James Welch and A. V. Bennett
in the Harness and Saddlery business is this day
dissolved by mutual consent. James Welch retir
ing. A W. Bennett will collect and liquidate all
debts of the late firm, and continue 'the business at
the Old stand. JAMES WELCH.
A. W. BENNETT.
Portland. Oregon, Sept. 6, 1873. sOdiw
TURBINE WATER. WHEEL,.
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM TnE STATE,
parties desiring to negotiate for the Burnham
Standard Turbine Water Wheel, will applv to 8. E.
Young, Albany. Oregon. J. F. BACKENSTO.
mim ISDIA SUBBER CO.'S
The lines on theBoot fhow
Pure Rubber Springs made in
the Boot, making it. impossible
for them to crac&
KAUFMAN, HECHT & ASM,
lml 3;Kront Street, Portland, Oregon.
STfilNWAT & 80SS'
LE VICTORY !
TWO 21EDAI.S OP HONOR, AMD TWO
11P1iOJIAS OP MERIT !
STEINWAY & SOK3 HAVE BEEN DECREED
the supreme, viz: Two Medal3 of Honor and
two Diplomas of Merit, being incontestable the
highest, honors bestowed upon any Piano exhibit at
the Centennial Exbloltion.no otherpiano exhibitor
having received more than one medal, or a similar
extraordinary recognition by the Jury, and only to
the Stcinway Pianos has been accorded Tlie
HigUest Degree of Excellence in nil tlielr
Stylet,." AL11ERT BART8CH,
2S0 Third street, near Taylor Street Church,
Sole Aent for Oregon and ashington Territory.
Also, Agent for the Kranich & Bash Pianos, the
best in market.
JAMES E. KOONTZ,
FOEWAEBISG & COSMISSIOS
A large Fire-Froof Warehouse for storage.
Also, dealer in
DRT GOODS, CliOTIIIXG. GROCERIES.
(Established In 1253.)
t35Iarl: Goods, caro J. H. K".. U.
Slfed2p JAMEd H. KOONTZ
aldwin Locomotive Works.
BDRNHAM. PARRY WILLIAMS & TO.. Philadel
phia. Pa.. LOCOMOTIVK ENGINES of all de
scriptions for both .itarrow Gauge and Broad
ALL WORK ACCURATELY FITTED TOGA.UGES.
thoroughly interchangeable, and FULLY
Illustrated fatalogueaof NARROW OAUGELOCO
jiOIlVEd furnished on application.
WILLIAMS. BLANCUAEO & CO..
sl6dlm2p Contracting Agents lor California.
Oregon Cream & Limburger
50,500 lbs. of the above Cheese.
Tne Sest in tlie Blarlcet 1
For sale In lots to suit.
C. A. BTJR.CHARDT,
au21dlm 3CnniMlr Washington Street.
r. W. STECIIHAV. D. W. PKENTICK.
I. W. PB33NTICE fc CO.
K"ortli ru.citlp Ooost .A.j?en.ts,
Tnc Celebrated "WEBER PIANOS.
Tlie TJnrlvled KSTKY aud STANDARD
Send for Catalogues and J'ro-3.
Alder Street, pji. Ot!i .m' Temple
jysu eot".Un. tJi! lm.