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-" 'THAT LETTEE.
.AUGUST 8, 1S73.
"Wool ia coming into Roseburg rapidly
The agricultural works at Salem cost
A large warehouse is being erected at
Hay is selling at $S ier ton at Mc
Minnville. iiaker City lias an entire block of
Ice in LaGrande is sold at one and a
hair cents a pound.
Fine crops of sweet potatoes are grow
ing Jackson county.
Tin Is said to have been discovered at
Ochoco and lead at Yakima.
The free bridge at Dayton across the
Yamhill river is nearly finished.
The LaGrande school district has lev
led a tax sufficient to raise $1,000.
The farmer's warehouse at Corvallis
is rapidly approociiing completion.
There are a great many new comers at
Eugene, and inquiries about farms are
The residence of Mr. E. G. Bryant, of
Clatekauie, was nearly destroyed by fire
The Corvallis Warehouse Company
have increased Iboir capital stock from
$3,000 to $7,000.'
Capital Lodge or Good Templars at
Salem has initiated 900 persons since Its
organization in 1803.
A Postofllce lias been established at
Big Prairie, Lane county, with Addison
Black as Postmaster.
The amount of receipts over expenses
in Union county for the year ending
July 12th was$4S0 01.
Mr. W. C. Evans is getting up a
guide for Washington county, and will
have It printed shortly.
The school house atHillsboro is being
rapidly pushed forward, and begins to
present. a nice appearance since its cu
pola is finished.
C. S. Silver, nothing daunted by his
heavy losses, will re-open business at
once at No. 131 First street, three doors
from the corner of Yamhill.
Mbthomst Episcopal Ciiuik-ii Comer of
Taylor ami Third. Rev. O. W. Iter, Pastor.
Preaching service in the mornlngat 11 o'clock;
in lhe evening, lrom April to July, at 7:5; Au
gust to November at'dU: December to March
at 7. Communion service the first Sabbath
morning In etx-h month. Prayer meetings
Sabbath evening, one ltour lelore preaching;
young people prayer meeting, Wednesday
evening; regular weekly prayer meeting on
Thursday evening, and general experience
meeting on first Thursday evening In each
month; all at same hour as preaching service.
Noon meetings dally. Sunday School at 2 r.
M.: Chinese Sunday School at 3S; Sunday
School Missionary Concert on first Sunday In
each month at 2 p. it. Strangers cordially In
vited. Pews free.
FiHsrPHEsnvTKniAsCiinp.rn Comer Wash
ington and Third. Hew Dr. Llndsley, Pastor.
Residence, earner Morrison and Ninth streets.
Sabbath services at 11 A. M. and 7:t5 p. it. Sab
bath School and Bible Class at 12:3). Prayer
meeting at 6:45 p. M. lecture Thursday even
ing at 7:15. Gentlemen will be in attendance
at the doors to conduct strangers and visitors
Unitarian Chapel Corner of Yamhill and
Seventh streets, Rev. T. I Kliot, Pastor. Reg
ular services everv Sabbath at 11 a. v. anil
r. II. Sunday School at 12:15. The evening ser
vice is omuieu on ine nrst Sunday or every
month. The Communion Service Is at 330 P.
M. on that day. Payor's residence, Salmon
street, between Fifth and Sixth.
Baptist Church Corner Fourth and Alder
streets. A. It- Medbury. Pastor. Preaching on
sauoatti at II in me morning and at 7:4j p. M.
Prayer meeting on Thursday evening or each
week at 8. Sabbath School at 12k o'clock Sun'
day. Immediately after morning preaching.
Baptist Mission Kant Portland. Services
at cottage on the corner of G and Seventh
streets, every Sunday at 1 1 and at ShC Sabbath
School aner morning preaching. Nelghbor-
uoou prayer meeting xuesuay evenings.
Catholic Chckcii Corner Stark and Third
streets, llev. Father Fierens In charge, asslst-
ca uy nev. i ueianunter. nrst Mass, usm a.
it. Second Mass, 8 o'clock; High Mass, 10:30;
Trinity Chohcii Corner of Oak and Firth.
Rev. R. S. NevlDK, l. D., Rector. Sunday
School at 9:15 a. m. Morning service at lL
Evening services at 7. Lectures Friday even
Bishop Scott Grammar School- Geo. Bar
ton, Chaplain. Divine services In the large
schoolroom of the Grammar School every Sun
day morning at H o'clock. Sunday School at
St. Stephen's Chapel Corner Madison and
Fourth. Ilev. John Hosenburg, Pastor. Ser
vices at II In the moraine-undo In the evening.
Sunday School directly after morning service.
Hall St. M. E. Church Corner Hall and
Sixth, llev. W. II. Meisse, Pastor. Services at
11 A. M. and r. sr. Sunday scliool at 9 A. ji
prayer meeting every mursuay evening.
St. David's ChAPEL East Portland, llev. C.
R. Roflnell, minister in charge. Services at 11
In the morning and 3 In the afternoon. Sun
day School at 9a) In the morning.
Conoueo ational East Portland Service at
the school hou in the McMillan District, at 11
in ine morning; rsauuatu nooi at i:ia. itev
W. K. Joslyn, Minister.
East Portland M. E. Church llev. J. W
Miller. Pastor. Preaching at 11 a.m. and 7. 11
M. Sunday School at 2 p. m. Prayer meeting
j nuntuay evenings.
A.M. K-Ziox Church North Third street,
between B and C llev. J. F. Anderson. l"stor.
Sen-Ices at 11 A. it. and 7:30 P. M. Sabbath
School at 2 iv M.
Colored M. E. Church Boom over S. J.
If. ... Il-t.- . ... TLmlAl Ynnna I..-..-
Service at 11 a. m. and 7:t3 P. M. Sabbath
School at 2 p.m.
First Congregational Church Corner of
Jefferson and Second, llev. J. D. Eaton, Pas
tor. Services at 11 In the morning ana .30 In
St. Tithvs Chapel Blshoo Scott Gram
triai-Knhnnl.Mirnpr Eighteenth and C street.
Hev. Geo. Burton, Pastor. Services on Sunday
at M A. M.
Kl-AN-niS-AVIAN I.LTH. Church East Port'
land-Services in English al2 in the afternoon.
A. E. Frtdriciisen, v. u., l-asior.
Svnaoooue BETir Israel Divine service
each Saturday at 9:30. Preaching by llev. si.
Plymouth Church Corner E and Four
teenth. Sabbath School at 3 In the afternoon.
Onn of the saddest thimrs wo hav
seen recorded forn lone time was th
case of a boy fifteen years of age, ar
rested and imprisoned in iSew iorK tue
other day, on the charge of being drunk,
yet who had not taken liquor. On an
investigation of the case it was discov
ered that before the boy was born his
father had been a habitual but secret
drunkard, and when the fact was made
known to the wife it almost deprived
her of reason. Her child was born, and
grew up bearingall the outward appear
ances of being a drunkard, though rig
idly temperate. He has tho air, the
manners, the look, and the reeling gait
of one intoxicated, and when excited
stammers, and speaks in broken words
like a drunken man. Thus his life has
been blasted and his earthly existence
cursed by his father's sin. It should be
added, however, that the father, when
he learned how terribly the news or his
degradation ailected his wife, made and
kept a resolution of reform, became an
altered and temperate man, and is now
the fathorofa family of bright, intelli
gent children all but the fated firstborn.
There, that letter was in his coat
pocket "and ho bad the coat on, and how
I was to get it was the most perplexing
thing. ' '
You see, I was a little jealous of my
husband. It had always been a great
mystery to me why he ever married me;
and notwithstanding that ho had, I still
had some doubts as to whether he really
loved me or not. And, when one uight
as ho was writing some letters In our lit
tle sitting room, he seemed particularly
anxious to get me off to bed, Insisting
that I must not wait for him to finish
Ills writing, I immediately got it into
my bead that he was going to write a
letter that he did not care to let mo
know the address of. I protested that I
was not sleepy, but as he did not resume
his writing, I soon went to my room.
But I took one peep back and I saw him
quickly draw a clean sheet of paper to
wards him and commence writing.
.Sow I was sure of it. Who could he be
writing to, that he was afraid of. writing
in my presence ? I lay awako half that
night trying to solve that question, but
morning found me no nearer the solu
tion. I awoke early and thought I
would outwit him by getting up first,
for doubtless he had left the letter lying
on the table as he usually did, thinking
there would be no ono in the room be
fore him in the morning. But berore I
bad finished dressing, he astonished mo
by suddenly jumping up and hurriedly
putting on his clothes; saying, "There
was no use lying in bed so late, any
way." Sure enough, there the letters were
on the table, but my husband immedi
ately picked them up and put them in
And now how was I going to get that
one particular letter, as he was going to
take them oil right away aaer break
fast? Finally, he came in to wash be
fore starting. He pulled off his coat
and laid it on a chair. I purposely
emptied the water pail, and while he
was gone to replenish It, I quickly took
the letter from his pocket and read the
address. It teas to our old family phys
ician. Imagine if you can the emotions
that surged through my breast. Shame,
for my suspicions and love for my hus
band predominated. I well knew what
it contained. I. had been troubled for
some time past with what I believed to
be heart disease. And my husband had
urged me to write to our former family
physician, who now lived some distance
away, and In whom wo had the utmost
confidence. But I told him It would do
no good. A few nights previous I had
an unusually severe attack, and I sup
pose that had decided him to write.
nd his tender love for me had led him
to wish to conceal the fact, lest I should
be uselessly alarmed about the state of
I then resolved never, never again to
be jealous of ray husband.
MAGNA 0HAETA OF UNIVERSAL
LIBEETY- NO. 2.
Memories holy as death have been
throwing their shadow over my spirits.
l iook back upon the dim and shadowy
past and see Isabella of Spain pledging
jewels for the great enternriseof Col u in
bus, thereby immortalizing herself to
future generations forever. I think of
the mighty intellect of Queen Elizabeth
of England of many women who have
displayed great energy of character
and a host of heroines who have accom
plished great deeds by great exertions.
Coming down the lapse of aires we see
the mother of Washington renowned for
her virtues and transmitting to her son
the noblest of qualities. In our own
time, too, wo have our Harriet Hosmers
and Vinuie Reams, Stantous, etc
What man has done man can do ajrain:
wnat woman has done woman can do
again. It is a poor rule that will not
work both ways. Woman is eminently
fitted to shine in any capacity and make
footsteps on tho "sand3 of time," sound
ing down the lapso of ages throughout
the vast cycles of eternity.
2sot hi the brutal broils which tako
place in midnight brothels, surrounded
by the sickening stench of poisonous
liquors, docs she shine, but in the
Courts of Empires, in the pestilence,
in hospitals, when disease and death
make sad hovoc of human lives, there
she is seen bending, like and angel of
mercy over the dying, and whispering
words of consolation to the despairing
one. In the sciences, in literature and
the arts she has made her mark, as last
ing as the eternal ledges of granite in
our majestic mountains. When th
fountains of pure lovo are swelling
outfrom the human heart and the bright
wings of peace and domestic bliss are
waving serenely yet beautifully iu the
great heart-throb of society, there she 1s
found, a "pearl of great price a Jewel
which cannot be bought." This is th
fractional part of humanity the best
being of earth ever given to man to bless
him and make him happy and he has
denied and still denies her the inalicna
ble right of suffrage.
"May my right arm be palsied and
my tongue cleave to the roof of my
mouth," ere I ever cease to advocate
and defend the cause of Universal Lib
erty to all of every grade, sex and color.
John A. Womack,
Wasco county, Oregon.
Yonnir Ladv to a beau of whose com
pany she Is getting tired: "I hope you're
UOt nerVOUS, oecauso Mini, wuvu nun
queer effect on people. All my geutle
mon luvmnintances start when it strikes
ten, andit'sjnstagoing to strike; so if
you're nervous, perhaps you'd better go
riAtnA t llA rrlna U TT VfUL
Monkeys. "Was it your oldest
daughter, madam, that was bitten by
monkey V" ".No, sir, it was my young-
L Mr oldest daughter had a worse
misfortune; she married a monkey!"
For the very best photographs, go to Bradley
A Tlulofson'i Gallery without STAIRS-
OB-ASCEND IN THE ELEVATOR, 429 Mont
It Is an old but true saying that a man is
known by the books he reads and the company
he keeps. Tills saying Is Illustrative of the
great sewing machine war, In which nearly all
of the second-class " machines have, nlaved
prominent parts, expending much ammuni
tion and making forced marches attended
with groat loss. But our readers have not seen
the name of the world-renowned Graver &
Baker Sewing MachlnBiflourliHedjbefore the
people In the above- connection, and this digni
fied reserve has established the popularity of
the Grover A- Baker Sewing Machine, now and
forever. It stands on Its respectability an
merits. These machines make the Elastic
Stitch mid Shuttle Stitch, and will be sold on
installments of $10 per month,
han, agent, 71 First street.
, T. Shana-
To Spiritualists ivn Onivn Linnit.
Thinkeik. A full supply of Spiritualist and
Reform Bookskentconstantlyforsale at Snow's
Ijlberaliand Reform Ilnnlrifir . ml neners.1
Pacific Agency, 319 Kearny street, up stairs,
near Bash. Also Adams A Pn ' flnldrn Pens.
Orion's Anti-Tobacco Pre pa ration, andSpencc's
Positive and Negative Powders. All goods sold
at Eastern prices. Ilemlttances In United States
paper currency received nLnnr. PlrculArsand
catalogues mailed free. Address Herman
Snow, V. O. Box 117, San Francisco, Cal. v2nll
ON AND AFTER SATURDAY, AUGUST 2d,
1S73, will make Dally Trips between
ST. HELENS AND PORTLAND,
Leavlns St. Helens at 6 A. M., and leaving
Portland at 2:30 P. M.t making the round trln
on the Columbia river side on Tuesday and
rnuay; running mrougn ine mougn on Jion
day, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday: call
ing in at Lewis lllver, on Tuesday and Thurs-
For Frelcht or Passage aDDlv
Wharf at the foot of Morrison Street.
Ktf E. a LAKIN, Captain.
o San Francisco and the East,
RAILROAD AND 0. & 0. STAQE LINE!
Through to San Francisco In 80 Hours!
V)URISTS should bear In mind that this
Route uaKses through tlio Garden of tho
'aclfle Coast. The wild Dlcturvsoue scenerv
alone doubly pays the Tourist for passing over
GREAT OVERLAND MAIL ROUTE:
TICKETS FOR SALE
OFFICE Or THE O. A ft R- R. CO.
?.ril fnrnorPnnil VmntSlrwtJL
OREGON & CALIFORNIA RAILROAD CO.
NO. 20. I TIME SCHEDULE. I NO. 31
rrVi TAITR VVFFTT RTTNDAY. JUNE 8th.
X 1873, at5 A. jr. for the government and In
formation of employes only: tue (jompany re
serve ine rignt lo vary wicreirum a ciitum
stances may require.
Dally Trains will run between
PORTLAND AND KOSEBURQ
Portland 8:15 A. v. I Roseburc 7:15 r. it.
lloseuui 5:15 a. m. Portland iZO r. f.
IE"Freleht Trains fvllli Pustpncer Pars at.
uiuueui wm run between
PORTLAND AND JUNCTION
Dally (Except Sundays),
IMrtland t.rdT. l V LlimMInn n .
Junction CM A. . I FortlandZ!Is:13 rliL.
The Oretron nnil f'.illfnmlo Itallrno.t f.mr
makes connection with all Regular Trains.
Close COIinertlniis nr n-iailft lrrwltitr vltli
the Stages of the California aud Oregon Stage
av Tickets for sale to all the principal points
Cor.F and Front Sts.,at Ferry landing, Portlail,
OV NOTICE. Passengers for ButteTllle.
Champorg, Dayton and Lafayette will take the
boat lor ine a Dove point at uaneman.
OB-Storage will be Charged on Freight re
maining In Watehouses over II hours.
aw Freight will not be received for shipment
after 5 o'ciock p. m.
j. u. mi.imr.iji.
Gen. Freight and Passenger Agent.
THE OREGON CENTRAL RAILROAD CO
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, JUNE 8, 17S.
and unUl further noUee, will run Freight
and Passenger Trains from
PORTLAND TO 8T. JOSEPH,
Connecting at Cornelius with Stages for Forest
drove; at St. Joseph for all points South and
West Lafavette. MeMlnvllle. Amltv. Mon
mouth, Independence, Buena Vista, and Cor-
Portland .sail) a. it. I SU Joseph...lliO A. v.
SU Joseph ..11 -JO a. X. Portland 230 p. x,
car Passengers received at Fourth street ld
Ine on clvlngshmal to the train.
Freight received at the Portland Warehouse
and Dock Co.'s Wharf.and will not be received
lor shipment alter a p. . it. THIELHEJ.,
Freight and Passenger Agent. i SO
OREGON & CALIFORNIA R. R
. nurv RPFNAT. EXpnESS TRAIN
A will commence running on Sutulay, June
:Tt:- i.maan Mnlem snd ITirtlBDU. Stopping
at Mllvraukie, Oregon City, Aurora and Uer-
vals. Time as iouows:
w . AIIRIVZ
Salem B:15 A. X. I Portland SiISa. x,
TVirtiund 4:ti p. x. I Salem ... :15 r. it,
350 - J.aHILDRETH.Qen'lSupU
VN THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT UNDERTHE ORIGINAL PATENTS OF DR.WM. A. ROYCE,
1 t- u ir tins ami rtlif Pv. fiir f I to Invanthma Cn. 1. 1 -s.. nu,tn nr i- n . .
transmitted for power, adapted for Tunnelling, Mlnlns and Pjpck Drilling purposes. The Com
pany has every facility tor supplying the patented apparatus, and can Issue right to others
tomake and use the Inventions throughout the United States, atr All other Machines for
Compressing and Storing Air for the Transmission of power are Infringements.
10tu A llth Ave.
12(a and 131k Nt.,I
OREGON IRON WORKS,
Cornel' JPi'ont uiitl II Jill StreetH,
1'OllTL AND, OREGON.
OREGON MADE STOVES
THE CELEBRATED DEXTER COOKINQ STOVES,
A Largo Variety of Parlor and Parlor Cooks' Stoves.
Fronts ftn cL
OF EVERY VARIETY,
SAW A.TSD GKIST IILL MVCIIUVEIITl
OF ALL KINDS,
MINING MACHINERY, STEAMBOAT MACHINERY AND ENGINES,
BOILERS or ALL KINDS,
15 ! it K jukI Iron CtiHtlnsrs.
BOBB'S PATEXT SIMILTAXIAX SET WQUKS OR HEAD BLOCKS, for Saw Mills.
PATENT SAX EDOEIt AND OAXO I.ATIX MILI-
T EPAIRING done at Short Notice, and as
J. A. ROI1 It, Nllerliitciideut.
BEST SEWIXG MACHINE!
Tho Now "HOME."
-r-rnsrs- Hiiin-rrp iMPltnVFD J LATEST
month, tr Macnino noes runt uive kuu-u. .".""',"" ,.,, f,V Vni nf.p7 Awnrv in
in Oregon, WashlnRton and Idaho. Lareer ,'ni,wPlIm Prlre ljtJ?neYlome
ltrtland. All Kind- Needlesand Oil forsale. Send tor UrcHlaraiid Price Ut or xneiiome.
Gray's Music Store.
OREQON STEAM NAVIGATION CO.'S
SEW PASSENGER SCHEDULE,
Commencing Jul j- in, bTJ.
BOATS OF THE COMPANY WILL LEAVE
Portland as lollows :
For The Italic:
Dally (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock a. m.
Monday and Friday at 5 a. m.
For Astoria, Knlnina and OI j inpln:
Dally (Sundays excepted) at 6 a. it.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at S a. 5t.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 6 a. x.
Tueoday, Thursday and Saturday, at 0 a. m.
Wednesday and Saturday At C A. M.
fl. (J. REED, Vice President.
I. W. LEWIS,
Shop ob Oak SL, bet. StTtotb and Park.
STORE SHELVING AND FIXTURES, Coun
ters, Water Tanks, etc, etc, made to order.
Charces Reasonable. '2H
CH. LOUIS KUHN,
UtlRNITURE made to order; also neatly re
JJ paired, varnished and polIsheI, by u com
petent mechanic on reasonable terms. Leave
orders at corner Third and A Streets. 2 Sutf
AIR POWER CO.
HORACE H. DAY,
No. 61 Liberty Street,
2 52 tf
AND HOLLOW WARE !
Low as Good Woric ana Material win warrant.
EXCELS ALL OTHERS !
PRICE $10 LESS!
Uttclrcl Dlrtrt From The Kanu
SOLD AT FACTORY PRICES!
WARILVNTED FOR 5 YEARS.
M A. CHINE.
STYLE HAND) SEWING MACHINE sent out
w.tlnutTableand Treadle.nlce r HnUhed.
Odd Fellows' Temple, First Street, Portland.
THE BE3T PLACE FOR
'ICE CREAM AND CONFECTIONERY
A LI SKY & HECELE'S,
No. 107 First Street,
and Morrison Streets.
J. II. FISK,
ASSAYER AND METALLURGIST,
19 Stark St., bet. First and Second.
Highest Price Paid for Gold Last Ban.
nPESTS MADE WITH CARE, -AND ASSAYS
I r nt,t tinri Kllver. CoDDer. Iad. Antl-
nnnv virt.i. rhmraf. Plnmbaeo. Tin. Iron
Clnnebar. Ume, and other Metals. Analysis
or Mineral Waters and an otner suustanccs.
STEAM, SULPHUR AND YAP OR BATHS,
FOR THE CURE OF
Colds, Rheumatism, Mercurial Affections
riMIE ATTENTION OF SUFFERERS FROM
1 lougns anu lJIU inmctiiiwutu"i
as one or two win remote mo Kumimu,
Warm, Cold and Shower Batbs.
SteainorVaporlUlhs.ll 00. Warm Baths, SOc.
LHDWIG WILIIELM, Proprietor,
Wiegand's old stand,
2-J Washington street, near Front.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
IIats and Gents Furnishing Goods,
ladles nnil Miss oh'
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS AND
Frames, Braids, Cords, Ornaments, Flowers
Ribbons, Trimmings, etc
Dress Goods, White Goods, Yankee No-
Ladies' Cloaks, CloaK Trim
AGENT OF THE ELLENDALE WOOLEN
A Ihtll Stock of Blankets, Yarns, Bea
vers, Tweeds and Cassimeres
LATEST STYLES UY EVERY STEAMER
KB- PARTICULAR ATTENTION Paid to
PORTLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
ROOM.H-Coruer First nnil Stark Sts..
over Ladd Tlllon's Bank.
ConUIni Orer Three Thousand t'hol.e Books
Over 100 Papers and Magxzisci.
MEMBERSHIP FREE TO ALL.
Monthly Due 91 00 Payable flnnrterly
1 1 111. '. .JUUU, I . V . . 'V 11 11 ! I . ( . 1 . .
M. P. Drady, U II. Wakefield, W. If. llrnckett,
A. a Glbbs, a H. Iwls, M. W. Fechhelmer, II.
railing, l. mum.
H. WA ICEFIELD-
P. a SCHUYLER. Jr .Treasurer
M. W. FECHHEIMER. Corresponding Sec
HENRY A. OXER Librarian and Rec. Sec
"Fim piTn Balteryl
DELLINGER Ac CO.,
Washington St., bet. Second and Third,
yr-E MANUFACTURE AN
A NO. 1 ARTICLE OF
And all klndsof Pastry usually found In a First
'Goods delivered to any part of the cltvj
M. 31. SOUTH WORTH,
HAS REMOVED FROM FRONT STREET
Corner of E anil Third Streets,
Where he may ba found keeping a good supply
of the best
FINE TOBACCO, CIGARS, PIPES.
PATENT MEDICINES AND YANKEE NOTIONS,
Where he will be pleased to meet his old cus
tomers, and holds himself In readiness to wait
upon many new ones, and hopes by punctual
ity and dealing In Just Weights and Measures
to receive a liberal share or patronage.
v2n2J M. M. SOUTHWORTIL
A. C. WALLINC,
Boole and Tol Printer,
prrrocK's building, up-stairs,
Corner Front and Stark streets,
Work doae at REASONABLE RATES. S-38
J. X. DOLPlt.
X. C. BR0NAUO1I.
C. A. DOLI-II.
D0LPII, BBOSAEGH, DOLPH Jt SIMON,
ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE, PORTLAND.
FRANCIS A. EFFINCER,
BOOK-SELLER AND STATIONER,
Corner 8tark and Front ltrects,
5-l0tt FERRY LANDING.
KRUHBIEN &. GILBERT,
ARCHITECTS & DRAUGHTSMEN,
Stark Street, between Front and First Streets,
CHRIS. S CLOTH,
TNVrrES HLS OLD PATRONS AND THE
-a. i uunc Eciieiuiix 10 can at nts
NEW BUTCHER SHOP,
Washington at., one door caat or Third
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Address HARPER & BROTHERS,
n3(i New Y'ork.
31 A ICY I. SAWTEIXi; 31. D.,
BEING PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN SA
Iein, offers her professional services to the
public and respectfully solicits her share of
Particular Attention Paid lo Dlrasrs or Women.
OFFICE At Residence, on Court street.
Next dexjr to the Court House.
3IK.H. I7PIIA3I IIEXDEE,
CLAIRVOYANT & MAGNETIC MEDIUM,
'oitsres Hull, Dusb Street,
Between California and Montgomery streets.
Room -IS, second lloor. Circles Thursday and
Saturday evenings. Seances for business.
DR. MARY A. TII03IPSON.
PHYSICIAN AND ACCOnCHEUH
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE THIRD ST.
between Salmon and Main, opposite the
Cans auenueu in any pan ui me cnj.
lLitterlnx for sale.und instructions given on
the use of electricity as a Remedial Agent, nl.
Front Street, Portland.
E ARE NOW MANUFACTURING, OF A
superior yuauiy, anu oner tor sale,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
HOMINY, Large and
CORN MEAL, Yellow
BRAN, MIDDLINGS AND CHOP.
We have In our employ a man from Scotland
who thoroughly understands his business, and
have been to great expense In building a Kiln
for thoroughly drying the grain, so that we can
guarantee our Oat Meal to keep for years In a
OB-The Trade Supplied at the lowest living
rates. Orders Sollcil
McLERAN A STEEL.
E. J. W. STF.MMF,
HACHENEY & STEMME,
CORNER FIRST AND MAIN STREETS,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED AND OPENED
out the Largest Stock of
Ever imported on this side of San Francisco:
also Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Shrubbery,
iinois, isuios, eir.
Call and examine our stock before buvlnz
elsewhere. Catalogue sent on application.
LONG LOOKED FOR COME AT LAST!
ryiHE UNIVERSAL MICROSCOPE.-Tho best
JL Low-Priced Mlcrocope ever made. Ex
ceetlingly useful for cxamlulnr Dowers, Insects
and minute objects. dotectlng Counterfeit Mon
ey, and Disclosing the Wonders of the Mlcro-i-copie
World. It Is adapted to the use of Phy
sicians, Students and the Family Circle. Re
quires no Focal Adjustment, and can therefore
be readily used by any person. Other Micro
scopes of no greater power cost S3 each and up-
warus.anu are so uiuicuii, iu unuersiana mat
none but ncientlnc men can use them, The
Unlverlal always gives satisfaction. Ono single
Microscope will bo sent carefully packed, by
mall, on receipt of SI. Agents wanted every
where. Address D. L. STAPLES A CO.,
:-i(Hiui Allen, Michigan.
& Q S B , O O O
IN CASH GIFTS,
To be distributed by tha
MERCANTILE PRIZE ASSOCIATION,
OF NEW YORK.
A. PRIZE FOR EVERY TICKET I
1 Cash Gift, 3100,000
CCash Gifts, co. SOJXO
12 " " ZiUJO
JO " " " . 5,000
SCO " " " 501
juo " an
550 " " " 100
TO Sewing Machines
75 Elegant Pianos
.$75 to 30U
.. 60 to 150
so " Meiodeons
Cash GifU.SIIverWare.etc., valued nt.iftf)SXO
A chance to draw any of the above prizes for
S5 cents. Tickets describing Prlres are Sealed
In Envelopes and well mixed, on receiptors,
cents a Sealed Ticket Is drawn without choice,
ana sent ty man in any aouress. lue prize
named nnon it will be sent to anv one on re
ceipt of One Dollar. Prizes are immediately
sent to any address by express or return mall.
Y'ou will know what your prlzells before you
pay for it. Any prize exchanged for another or
the same value. No blanks. Our patrons can
depend on fair dealing.
upiniossoftiie itess. rairucaungcan be
relied upon. IN. Y. Herald. Aug. 23. A cenn-
Ine distribution. IWorld, Sept. a. Not one or
the humbugs of the day. 1 Weekl v Tribunn.
July 7. They give general satisfaction. rat-mta
"Zeltung, Aug. 5.
HKFERE2TCE3. By Kind permission we refer
to the following: Franklin S. Lane, Louisville,
drew $13X00; Miss Hattle Banker, Charlestown.
$700; Sam. V. Raymond. Boston, $5,500; Eugene
P. Brackett, Plttsburg.Watch, S-100; Miss Annlo
Oigood,ew Orleans. $5,000; Emory U Pratt
Columbuif, Ohio. $7,000.
One Cash Girt in every package or 150 tickets
guaranteed. Stlckets forSl; U for $2; 25for$3;
50 for $5; 150 for $15.
Agents wanted, to whom we offer liberal In
ducements and guarantee satisfaction.
Address JAMES HIGGINS & CO.,
2 50 3m 131 Nassau street, N. Y.
MARCUS M.SPACtDISO. JtOHTOJJ JtSPACLDISO-
S PAULDING BROS.,
Stalls Nos. 1 and 2, Central Market,
Or all kinds,
Hess Beef and Pork, Hams, Bacon, Lara,
2-R Etc., etc., etc.
Komery St., San Francisco.