!Uo Maim M?.Hk.f i FRIDAY SElTEMBEIt 5, 1873. HOMENEWS. The Cireus was largely attended. The fire limits have been laid out. Trinity Cburch was consecrated last Sunday. The Allmny It eg inter lias just closed its fifth volume. There are twenty-six Farmer's Granges in Oregon. Nowhere up the valley have tho crops ! K'l-n damaged by the recent rains. Tiie overland mail now reaches As toria in ten day from New York city. There are about 35,000 bushels of wheat in the various storehouses at Cor- allif. A ledge of pure chalk has been found in the vicinity of Lalta creek, Clatsop Plains. The Linn county Fair commences on the 23d of September, and continues four days. The Jackson county Fair will com mence on tlte 21th hist, and continue four days. TheMoiitieelloMeamerwill leave this c ity hereafter at 7 A. Jr., instead of 8, as heretofore. The lat shipment, for the season, of Oregon salmon was taken to Astoria on Friday last. The new school books adopted by the Hoard of IWueation arc now coming into market. The assessed valuation of Clatsop County as equalized by the Board last week is $515,000. me ouin I'orilaim saw-mill was burned Saturday night. The fire was the work of an incendiary. A reward of $1,000 is offered for the apprehension of the person or persons who caused the fire of August 2d. The State Fair will commence on the Mh of October. Large premiums are olfered for all branches of industry. T1. f .., m.i . ... uiu uussie leuair urougut down a piece of copper belonging to tho ill-fated j-Lcaiuer ueorge a. wngnt, it was found in Queen Charlotte Sound. J. yi. Fryer lias re-opened at his new store on First street, betweou Madison and Jefferson, anil will keep a large as sortment of general merchandise. The public schools of this city will open one week from next Monday. On account of the small-pox being in the c ity, no children will be admitted with out having been vaccinated. bishoppeoe:. This eminent minister and able scholar entertained a large and atteu tivenudience in tbeTaylor-street church on Monday evening with a lecture upon "Science and the Spirit land." AVe have rarely heard superior eloquence or more scientific reasoning. The venera ble appearance of tho speaker, who stands, as it were, upon the very brink of the river of eternal life, add3 much to the interest of his logic. "Who can doubt an existence beyond the grave when contemplating the inevitable and speedy demise of a material body clothed with such a spirit? The Churches. Methodist Episcopal Citcncn Comer of Taylor ana Third. Kev. G. W. izer, l-asior. l'rcachlne services in the morning at 11 o'clock: in the evening, from April to July, at 7:15; Au uust to November at7:!; December to March ;it 7. Communion service the first Sabbath morning in each month. Prayer meetings Suhbulh evening, one hour before nreachlng: young people's prayer meeting, Wednesday evening; regular weekly prayer meeting on Thursday evening, and general experience meeting on nrst Thursday evening in each month ; all at came hour as preaching service, Noon meetings dallr. Sunday School at 2 p. x.: Chinese Sunday School at SitO; Sunday School Missionary Concert on first Sunday In caen inoniu at p.m. strangers coruiany in viiea. iws iree. First Pxrshyteriax CiinHcn Corner Wash' lueton and. Third. Rev. Dr. Ltndsley. Pastor. Residence, corner Morrison and Ninth streets. Sabbath services at 11 a. M. and : p. SI. Sab luith School and lHble Class at 12:80. Prayer meeting at: P. 51. Lecture Thursday even ing at 7:1a. Gentlemen will be in attendance at the doors to conduct strangers and visitors lo seat. Unitarian Chapel Corner of Yamhill and Seventh streets. Kev. T. L. Kltot. Pastor. Reg ular service every Sabtmth at II A. SI. and 7:15 p.m. Sunday School at 12:15. Theoventngser- vice is omiueo on me nrst sunaay oi every month. The Communion Service Is at 3:30 P. m. on that day. Pastor's residence, Salmon street, between r irth and sixth. llvPTisr Chcbth Corner Fourth and Alder Mxeetfc. A. K. Medbury, Pastor. Preaching on Siibbath at 11 in the morning and at 7:t P. M. prayer meeting on Thursday evening or each week at S. Sabbath School at 1254 o'clock Sun day, Immediately after morning preaching. Baptist Mission Kant Portland. Services at cottage on the corner oi u and Seventh street, every Sunday at 11 and at Zi. Sabbath ScIkioI after morning preaching. Neighbor- nooa irayer meeting ruesuay evenings. Catholic Cuikch Corner Stark and Third streets, ltev. Fattier Flerens In charge, assist d by llev. C Delahunter. First Mass, CtfKI A, sr. Second Mass, 8 o'clook; High Moss, 10K) capers, , aw. Trinity Church Corner of Oak and Fifth. Kev. R. S. NevlUK, 1). D., ltector. Sunday rM'iiooi m. :- a. jt. .mti n i it service ai 11, Evening service at 7. lectures Friday even i UK ml ,. Bishop Scott Oravmak School- Geo. Bur ton, Chaplain. lHvlne services In the large vrhoolroom of the (irammar School evervSun. day morning at 10 o'clock. Sunday School at J I'. K. St. Stki'HBN's Chapel Comer Madison and Fourth. Kev. John Rosenburg, Pastor. Ser vices at 11 In the moming aud 6 In the evening. Sunday School directly after morning service. If all St. M. E. Church Corner Wall nnd Sixth. Kev. V. II. Melsse, Pastor. Services at 11 a. H. and r. M. Sunday School nt 9 .1. s Prayer meeting every Thursday evening. St. David's ChAPEL Enst Portland. Kov. C. R. Honnell. minister in charge. Services at 11 in the morning and VA In the afternoon. Sun day School at : In the morning. Conckbgational East Portland Service at the school bouse in the .McMillan iisirici,ai u In the morning; Sabbath School at izaa. ltev, W. R. Joslyn, Minister. East Portland M. K. CnnRCli Kov. J. W. Miller. Iator. Preachiiur at 11 A. V. and M. Sunday School at 2 p. x. Prayer mceUn; iliursuay evenings. A. M. KZmx Chitroh North Tlilrd street between H and C. Kev. J. F. Anderson . Pastor. Services at 11 a. h. and 7:30 p. K. Sabbath kciiooi hi z r. M. CotOKKn M. E. Chcrcii P.oom over R. J. Mccormick's store. Kev. Daniel Jones, l'Hxtor. services at 11 a. m. and 7:1 p. x. Sabbath School at 2 V. M. First Cokcrboational Chcrcii Corner of Jetrerson axd Seeond. Kev. J. O. Eaton, Pas tor. Servieasatll In the morning nnd 7:30 In the evening. sr. Timothy's Chapel Dlsliop Scoti Gram mar Sehool, eorner Eighteenth and C streets. Kev. Geo. llurton, Pastor. Services on Sunday at 10 a. M. SCANDINAVIAN LUTH. CHURCH East Port- ,B,!Sri,?, at 2 In the afternoon. A. E. KrWrietiseB, D. J)., Pastor. Svnabouk llBtu ISR-VBi-IMvine service each SaUirdny at Preaehlng by ltov. M. May. i PLYSfeUTH jGhchoh Corner. B and .Four teeulU. SalMtli fsili ool at "8 In tho afteruoon. -MADAM-AKKA BISHOP.-......... This celebrated Prima Donna has been singing in our city to crowded houses during tho past week. Everyono is charmed with her music aa well as -her personal appearance and jVomanlyj de meanor. We' are-pleasedvioffna her sensible and sprightly Inconversatlou, with none of tho affectation so visible in some of our would-be great meii and women. Her wonderful experience as n traveler within the last quarter century would form an Intensely interesting vol ume. And then her singing well, it is nothing but dulcet, delicious, dreatnv sparkling, vivacious, sentimental. mirth-provoking, tear-starting soul thrilling melody. Tho troup who accompany, her are fine musicians In their way, but the whole performance would fall flat with the public were it not for the charm of Madam Bishop's presence. : Woiiave not heard one man say a disparaging word in regard to her appearauce before the public, and strange to say, not one has said that "she had better be at home darning socks and sewing on'-buttons." As Geo. li. DePrans, the city manager, omitted us In complimenting the press with tickets, we are pleased to thank Madam Anna Bishop for favors celved. re- H0MS AGAHf. Miss Eliza It. Snow, the talented maiden polygamist, whoscllfeand relig ion constitute a remarkable matrimo nial parados, has recently returned from an extended Oriental tour. Her communications to the H'oman's J2rjo ncnl during her absence havobecn char acterized by striking versatility of gen ius and fine scholarly ability. Wo re gret that a lino poem from her pen, in blank verse, written we think, in Pales tine, clipped from the Bxjtonenl for pub lication in this paper, was mislaid dur ing our vacation, will some or our Salt Lake friends be kind enough to for ward us another copy? NEW TO-DAY. 0KEG0X STEAMSHIP CO.'S STEAMBOATS. '- IVoiicc. "I7KOM AND AFTER TIIURS J X day. May 1st, the Ucamcr E. N. COOKE in leave Oregon city as rollows: On Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at Si'J) A. M., and on Wednesday and Saturday at 10 A. 31., connecting with.steamer DAYTON through to i-umanu. jtciurning, will IjCave Portland for Oregon vity nt I I 3f. Pa8sengereforT..AFAYETTEandall interme diate places will take the CARS at S:1SA. M., connecting nt Canemali with steamor Dayton, on Tuesday and Friday of each week. Through Tickets sold at the otllee of the O. A a E. R. Co. nt Reduced Rates. All rrelght by this line delivered to consign ees Free of Drayage. r reigni receivou until s P. M. 3-Mf J. IS. lilLES, Agent. J. M. FRYER J.T. lit. fUU.MJ l. 1U 2tZ OlUUL, UN First St., bet. Mnilison nnd Jelfcrsoii, Where he expects to keep a good assortment of CENERAL MERCHANDISE. CALL AND SEE IIIM. To those who are Indebted to him he wnaihl Politely. ModestlV. but Flrmlv nn.l KarnMtlr say that he MUST HAVE MONEY: so call and pay wnai mou oweoU -5 j. ji. FRYKR. BURA'ED OUT I WRS. M.J. ENS1CN, rashionable Dress and Cloak Maker, lias located for the present on Oak St., bet ecu rirst nnd Second, Tierc she will be glad to sec her old friends uuu luiruns. CERTAIN CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA! DR. E. CHAMPLAIN'S LIGNEOUS EXTRACT! Statement of Dr. E. Clinmplnin, TN 1841, in Richland county, Ohio, I dlseov- X crea mis extract 10 be a sure uure ior uys pepsla. The discovery was accidental In the nrst instance; nut tne extract never once miieu to cure, effectually nnd nermnncntlr. every case to which It was nnnlied. Including many of long-standing that hod defied every remedy of the medical science of the day. l nave resiucu tne pasi eignt years in i;iover dale, Sonoma county, California, where, dur ing all this time, I have cured all my friends who were dyspeptic, free of charge; they Intro duced their friends, who were cured in their turn, and the circle has continued cnlarglng.so that to comply with all demands my whole lime anu aticnuon must do acvoicu to mis re medial Interest. Hitherto my labors In this direction have been gratuitous; but on applf cation nl Uie Patent Office this extract was ex amined nnd n patent Issued on the Mth of August, ISTi The extract contains no alcoholic or mineral substance, but Is purely vegetable. anu compounded in raiur3'ii great laboratory uy a morougn-going Kmpe ranee man and a member of Clorerdalc Lodge or Good Tem plars. Assured from post experience that the Extract will cure nil cases of Dysiwpsla, I feel confident It will meet a Ureat Need ot the Civ ilized World. Certificate or II. Glenn. East Portland, Feb. 36, 1ST. Mr. E. II. Eubanks Dear Sir: I would re spectfully state that I have been troubled with ilMU5?;stl0? ne?rJ? ""veyears. Hearing of Dr. K. Champlaln's IJgneous Extract, I obtained a bottle at Dr. M. Mack's Drug Store, ami alter using about one-half a bottle, was entirely re lieved or all symptoms of Dyspepsia, and have no difficulty now In nroncrlv tllrcoino m.. food. I can conscientiously recommend It to sucn as uru uiuicieu, Knowing it in is a certain cure. Yours truly, 11. GLENN. Certificate or Mrs. Ellen IVecland. Portland, Oregon, Feb. S, 1STS. Mr. E. IL Eubanks Dear Sir: I will resneet- fully Inform you that I have been troubled with Dyspepsia for many years, and could gel no rcllef;unlll J got a Lottie of Dr. E. Cliam tdains Ligneous Extract,and after using It. find it has been of great benefit to me. I think It will make a permanent enre. I have no best tancy In recommending It to all who are troub led WllU 111C coulHib iimr iruiy, . MRSELLEN FRijKLAND. Price SI 00 per Bottle. HODGE, CALEF CO., Wholesale Asfls, PORTLAND, OREGON, And sold bynll leading Druggists. " ' E. H. EUBANKS, Cen'l isent.rar.Orfgon nd JUJolnlng Tf rrltorlrs. C . i .j r. .1 S . Ji Residence, on 0 Street, bet. Front and First. . rt4tr TO-fiCfEtTUAHSTS AND OTIIKIt LIBERAL Thinkers A fUUsapply"or Splrltnallsfand ueiorm uooks Kept consianny lorsaicaionow-s IJberal and Reform liookstorc and General Pacific Agency, 319 Kearny street, up stairs, near Hush. Also Adams fc Co-'s Uolden Pens. Orton's Anti-Tobacco Preparation, and Spence's Positive and Negative Powders. All goods sold atEasteni prices. Remittances In UnltedStates paper currency recelvcd.at par. Circulars nnd catalogues mailed free. Address Herman Snow, P. O.Uox.117, San Francisco. CaL rinll For the very best photographs, go to Bradley A RuIofon's Gallery without STAIRS US-ASCEND IN TUB ELEVATOR, C3 Mont gomery St., San Francisco. MISCELLANEOUS. SMAL L-POX! -HISIf)5TljO.TIISOMK" OF ALT. L. illeuies Is liable In break out among us at any lime. It is well to be prepared for it at all times. DR. BORZEAU'S - ii; . ; -s. tm Small-Pox Cure and Preventive, Now prepared and kept on hand at my otllee. Tor. I'lrst nnd Jlnln NtreeU, s One door from First, Is n Ktire cure or preventive for that disease. Tho history of this medicine cannot better bo explained than by Inserting the following letter. SAMUEL CORWIN, Proprietor. Ban Francisco, July 2, ISTi Mr Drun Old Friend. Samuel Cohwin: I have no doubt butyou will be much surprised on receiving this letter, but, perhaps, not more so, or more gratified, than I was to hear from you. The manner In which I heard from you. and learned of your whereabouts. Is this: I happened to bo looking over an Oregon paper aud noticed your name,as representative elect, from Tillamook county. Tho thrill or pleasure which I experienced on reading is Indescriba ble. The many acts of kindness which I re ceived at your hands long years ago had never lieon forgotten, notwithstanding our corres pondence has been broken forseventeen years, well, Sam, I won't attempt to give you more than the outlines of what has transpired with me since we last corresponded. So many Inci dents of the past. In which you nnd I were con nected, crowd ujion my mind that I cannot think or write oi myself. Does your mind ever revert to the past, when wc first met how you took me in as a artner, when thoe who should have been my best friends threw off on me how we got snowed In mid had to live on Ktatoes straight for six weeks how good that grizzly meat tasted what a disgraceful retreat we made from our poor Innocent Jack, when we thought we were besclged by n grizzly? Well, Sam, those cvenLs of 1STC frequently fur nish subject matter lor my thoughts, and, as I am writing to you, crowd upon my mind, but I will dismiss them for the present to glvo place to that which will, perhaps, be of greater inter est to you. I pocketed eleven thousand dollars out of the Deep Claim" you gave me in Marabosa.nnd started for home in June, IsVk 1 Invested lour thousand dollars In real estate In this city, ami lerttt in cnrcofMcljinc.our old cabin male. My nropeity here has yielded me a handsome in come, and quadrupled in value. I went Into business in New i ork city. In which I was very successful sold out two years ago. since which time I have been traveling In European coun tries. You know I used to have a weakness for traveling well. It has been gratified to my heart's content. . While In France I was taken wllh thefcmall-pox. The lady of the Inn told me that I was fortunate to take the disease at that place, as there was an old small-pox doc tor near by who never failed to cure, no matter how bad the disease; and sure enough, I began to recover within four hours nfter commencing to take the medlclnc.and In twenty-four hours J rell quite well. I was so much elated with the magical effects of the medicine that I was determined, If possible, to obtain tho formula, In which I succeeded, by paying handsomely and promising not to divulge It In France. I sec from Oregon papers that you have tho disease among you. The enclosed package contains the formula nnd sufficient material for family use. I have cured all the cases that I have come In contact with, and find It an in fallible cure and preventive. When vou an swer this I will forward sufllclcnt of the mate rial to make you n fortune, as I have amnle. anu rest asureti l reciprocaic pasi iavors. i win close ior toe present, anu awau anx louilv your answer. Direct to San Francisco. as i win remain nere aooui two monius. Yours, etc., Isaac Eiciiardson. No net-son should be without this medicine. as the disease Is now In various parts of the country, and may be among us any day. It Is an old and true adage, that "An ounce of pre vention Is worth n pound ot cure" 14 Tls a wise man mat carries ins coai on a lair uay," etc SAMUEL CORWIN, Office Southwest corner Main and First Sis. Orders sent to Samuel Corwin, Proprietor, or Smith A Davis. Portland, Oregon, will be promptly, attended to. 63- Price One Dollar per Uottlo.o S3 OREGON & CALIFORNIA RAILROAD CO. NO. 20. TIME SCHEDULE. I NO. 20. riTO TAKE EFFECT SUNDAY, JUNE 6th, X 1ST, nt 5 A. X. for the government and in formation or employes only: the Company re serve the right to vary-therefrom as circum stances may require. - ....... Dally Trains will run between PORTLAND AND ItOSEBUUQ as follows: i.ea-e- arrive. Portland 8:15 A. Jf. I Rooburg 7:13 i.5f. Koseburg 5:15 A. X. I l,ortland.lU 1'. v. BB- Freight Trains (with Passenger Cars at. Inched) will run between PORTLAND AND JUNCTION Dolly (Except Sundays), as follows: leave. arrive. Portland -6i A. M. I Junction earn r. X. Junction 6:00 A. .v. Portland T,:ISi'.x. The Oregon and California Railroad Ferry mnkns connection with an ltcguinr rrnins. rinse connections are made at Roseburg with the stages of the California and Oregon Stage. Company. aa- Tickets for sale to all tho principal points In California and the Kast.al company ouicc, Cor.F and Front Stiu,at Ferry landing, PortUnd. na-vnTirK. Passenirers for Iluttcvlllo, Chamimeg, Dayton and Lafayette will take the iiar mriii. iiim.v. im.iiiii iil i.jiiii'ini.11. na-Storage will be Charged on Freight re- mnlnliw. In nrelimices ovcriM Hours. nsr Kreicht win not be recciveu lorMiiuiueui. after s ociock r. x. , J. C. lill.iiiir.iJi. E. P. ROGERS. Gen. Supt. Gen. Freight and Passenger Agent. THE OREGON CENTRAL RAILROAD CO rN AND AFTER SUNDAY. JUNE 8, 1S7J, j and until further notice, will run Krelgh and Passenger Trains from PORTLAND TO ST. JOSEPH, Connecting at Cornelius with Stages for Forest ..rove; ai ru josepn Ior all points South anu Vest Lafayette. MrMlnvlllo Amlir Mnn. noiiih, IndeiK-ndeuce, llucna Vista and Cor- .. .. eeavk Anmvr. l onianu ... .. Jf. I St. Joseph 11:00 A. X. St. Joeph...Hau A. X. Portland 23D p. x. B8- I-assengers received at Fourth street aid lngnn glvlngslgnal to the imli. Freight recelve.1 nt the Portland Warehouse aim iwk n nun, anu win not lie received ior shipment uncr a i x. 1I.TI1IELSEN. j.ua&iu.. Ucn'lSup't. Freight and l"asenger Agent. 2 30 THE WAYS OF WOMEN In their l'hjslra, Moral and Inttllrrtusl Relations, By A MEDICAL MAX. This Is unquestionably one of the most remarkable books Issued from the American Press In many years. A most beautiful specimen oi scientific nnd cracllcal word-painting on themes of vital lmjortance to ever' woman. A splendid chance for Ag'ts. AiaKes an elegant svo vol. oi u pp., on iinieu paper, superbly bound, lviceji Sent by mall mi receipt or price. For territory and agents terms, apply to the publlsnei'S, 50SW J.lJEWETT&CO.,aDeySt.,X.Y , .,-SCEL1:eo.USJVTISE5LEN. THE COMPRESSED OWN THE EXCLUS1 r. UinilTUNDERTHE ORIGINAL PATENTS OF DR.WM. A. ROYCE, Itnrnn. II. Ilav atlil others, for the tnv.nttati. ti.n nimnMci.. nf titn i... ...ci nn.f transmitted ror power, adapted for Tunnelling, Mining and Rock Drill Ing'puf poses. Tho Com pany has every foclllty for supplying the patented apparatus and can Issue rights to others to make nnd use the Inventions throilchmit the l'mti utniu mm- All other ni,in. m Compresilngnnd Storing Air fur theTraumission r r i v r. DELAMATER Iron Works, 10th A- Illli Ave, JtU.niul 13t!i St w North River, i. i. XEW Y'ORK. OREGON IRON WORKS, Corner Front :ixil IXnll Stx'cets, PORTLAND, OREGON. OREGON MADE STOVES THE CELEBRATED DEXTER C00KINQ STOVES, - AM A Largo Variety of Parlor Sous o OF EVERY VARIETY, OF ALL KINDS, MINING MACHINERY. STEAMBOAT MACHINERY AND ENCINES. BOILERS or ALL KINDS, Brass Jintl Iron CttNtiiifrH. ROBB'S PATENT SUIILTA.V'UX SET WORKS OK HEAD BLOCKS, for Saw Mills. iionivs I'ATr.vr jan; i:m;i:ii and cami ivtii hill. REPAIRING done at Short Notice, and as Give, us a call. J. A. KOIIII, .snperliiteiiileiii. REMOVED! XjiIG-ECT 3EtTJTSTTSri3SrG- Stxaiglit Needle! X.oclc Stitcltl LATEST! SIMPLEST! BEST SEWINQ MACHINE! Tho Now "HOME." S33WING ttomc inrrrr.w raimnvEti ir.ATEST XX one monthon trial on receiptor 83U. With actt 1 "cx sr I'm, it 13. Jloner Itelunded (less tno express cnarees) on ine reiuni i me .uacimw ui me cuu ui u month, ir Machine Ihxs Not Give Satlilactlon. AGENTS WANTED for the NEW HOME in nnmin w.i.iiiiii.i.i. ..mi iiinbn. Ijip-Tf CommlHslon)! clven than br any other Aeener In ' .ti i i - - i . -. ii . . i mi r nl. 2-10 Southwest corner MISCELLANEOUS. OREGON STEAM NAVIGATION CO.'S NEW r.V.S.SEXUEK SC'IIKIIL'I.I Commencing July 16, 1ST BOATS OF THE COMPANY' WILL I.K.U 1. I'ortland as IoIIowm : ror The nnlles: Dally (Sandays excepted) at 5 o'clock A. Jt. Tor AVnllnln: Monday nnd Friday nt 5 A. M. For Antorln, Knlnmn mul Olynipia: Dally (Sundays excepted) at C -V. it. I'or Monllccllo: Tuesday, Tlmrhday and S.lunlay, at S A. M. For C'ntlilaiiiet: Monday, Wednesday nnd Friday, fi A. M. For 1Velport: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at C A. M. For Victoria; Wednesday and Saturday nl G A. jr. S. G. REED, Vice President. I. W. Stair Shop on Oak'S!., LEWIS, Bu.ild.cr, bet. Seventh and Park. QTORE SHELVING ANiyiXTURES, Coun- tern, water iam., nt., v.., iu Chaixes Reajonable. AIR POWER CO. of power are Infringements. HORACE H. DAY, GENERAL AGENT No. fd Liberty Street, XEW YORK. 2 53 tf AND HOLLOW WARE ! - and Parlor Cooks' Stovos. ALSO Fi'onts txxcaL Castings Low as Good Work and Mnlerlal will warrant. I). .HeCllI.LT, l'rcaldeut. -J-IS EXCELS ALL OTHERS ! PRICE $10 LESS! I'.rrclTfd Direct Prom Tie Mm ractnrcn! SOLD AT FACTORY PRICES! WARRANTED FOR 3 YEARS. MACniNE. STYI.K IIANDl SEWING MACHINE sent out Illark Walnut Tableaud Treadle.nlcely flnUhed, u.n.1 lj.rlpMtlntniiil TVIp. I.l.t nr'n1.. Ilnm. f Gi:o. . TKAVKlt, t.euernl Aent, Tlilnl and jlorrt.on Mrcew, i-ortianu, u re con. MISCELL..XEOUS. TIIE REST rUCE FOR ICE CREAM AND CONFECTIONERY A LI SKY & HECELE'S, No. 107 First Street, Detweeen Alder ami Morrison IB lm Streets. STEAM, SULPHUR AND VAPOR BATHS, POlt THE Cl'ItR OF ColdstRIieiimallsni, Mercurial Affections. nine atthntiov OKSUFrailERS FROM J Coutln and Coldn It called to these Ilatlin, as one or iwo will remove me scc-resfc wiu, AlMJ, Wnrni. Coltl mul Shower Hatha. SleamorVnpornaths.Jl OOt Warm Baths, SOe. LUDWIU WILHELM, I'roprlctor, Wleenud'!! Old stand, '2-J9 Washington street, near Front. CH. LOUIS KUHN, 1 FURNITURE made to order ; also neatly ro ; Htlred, vanil.'-heil and poll.hed, by a com- THi8iiLineeiiaiiio hi iwiMin.iuit ..u.. v order at corncrThlrd and A Streets. 3 5r PORTLAND ADVERTISEMENTS. JACOB MAYER, Importer and Wholesale Denier In MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS, Hats and Gents Furnishing Goods, I .ad leV and JINses" TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS AND BONNETS, Frames, Braids, Cords, Ornaments, Flowers Ribbons, Trimmings, etc Dress Goods, White Goods, Yankee Xo tlons, Etc. Ladles' Cloaks, CloaK Trim mings, Etc. AGENT OF THE ELLENDALE WOOLEN MILLS CO. A IhtU Stock of Blankets, Yarns, Bea vers, Tweeds and Cassimercs Constantly on Hand. LATENT STYLES BY EVERY STEAMER PARTICULAR ATTENTION faid to Orders. nl PORTLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. KOOIIH Corner First mul Stark Sis., over Ladd Tllton's Bank. Coitalai Ortr Three Tbouvand (huke Cooks 0cr 100 Papin and Magazines. MEMBERSHIP FREE TO ALL. Monthly Dues 81 00 I'nj nble Quarterly Dibictous Wm. K. Ijid.l, l C. s.-huvl.T, Jr., M. 1. Ifcmdy, L. II. Wuk(-lli-ld, W. H. lirarkelt, A. U. aibb, C II. Lewis, M. W. Fvehheliiier, II. Fulling, L. Ilium. Officers: L. H. WAKEFIELD- ,..Prphlent .Vim lWldrut IL FAIIJNQ- 1'. a SCHUYLER.Jn TnwMirer M.W. KKCIIHEIMKIL. - Corn's iM.iidlnir Sec HENRY A.OXKK. Librarian and Rec.Rec DELLTNGER .Sc CO., Waihlngton St., bet. Second and Tlilrd, PORTL.VND . OREGON E MANUFACTURE AN A NO. 1 ARTICLE OF BREAD, - CRACKERS CAKES, And all kinds of Pastnrusuallr found In a First ClaM Bakery. Goodi delivered to any part of the cltv' jZl.Tlnia NOTICE. M. X. HODTinVOItTIf, HAH REMOVED FROM FRONT STREET to the Corner of E and Third Streets, Where he may bo found keeping a good supply of the best FAMILY GROCERIES, FIN TOBACCO, CIGABS, PIPES. PATENT MHICIXES AND TANXEE NOTIONS, Whore ha -will be pleased to meet his old cus- tomers, and holds himself In readiness to wait upon many new ones, and hopes by punctual- ictuai isurcs lijanaueanngin just weignu anu .uea O. S- SILVER IS OUT OF THE FIRE AND OUT OF A Brick: Store, but NOT OUT OF GOODS ! Ho can bo found at No. 131 ITirst Stvcet, In the next block below the old stand, on the opposite iiuc oi ine sireei, wucre l win mii goods at EXTREMELY LOW PRICES For tho next two months. Call and see, every- OOUy. 3-3 U. S3. N1LVCII. J. EC. FISK, ASSAYER AND SrETALLURGIST, 23 Stark St., bot. First and Second. Highest Price raid Tor Gold Dust X- Bars. fTIESTS MADE WITH CARE. AND AS3AYS JL of Oold and Silver, Copper, Lead, Anti mony, ickci, unrome, numuago, nn, iron, Clnncbar, Lime, and other Metals. Analysis oi Mineral w aters anu an ouier suu.siaiice.s. 2 4itf J. V. VOVTK. B. C BXOXACOIt. JOS. VISION. C. A. DOLI-II. DOiri, BKO.MCCU, DOLPH & SIM0.V, Attorneyi-at-Law. 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Address HARPER & BROTHERS, ii3S New York. MARY 1 S.VWTELLE, 31. ., BEING PERMANENTLY LOCATED IN HA lem,ofTers her professional services to the public and respectfully solicits her share of patronage. Pallrular .Utrntlon raid to DKcasrs of Women. OFFICE At Residence, on Court street. Next door lo the Court House. v2ii39tf 31 ICS. Ul'HAM IIENDEE, CLAIRVOYANT & MAGNETIC MEDIUM, Congress llnll, Jtlisli Street, lletween Cnlironila and Montgomery streets, j . 1. Pl.liK.l.ii nl.l 1?, .millll ...u. j Saturday evcnlns". Seances for buslncs. -ii i i UIL 31 A It Y A. TII3IPS.V. PHYSICIAN AND ACCOUCHEUR RKSIDKNI'E AND OFFICE THIRD ST. between Salmon and Main, opposite the llibllo Square. (Mils attended In any part ortheeity. llatteries for sale.and Instnu-tlonfc Kiven on the u'' of electricity as a Remedial Auent. nl. MeLERAN'S MIIiLS, Front Street, Portland. rn ARE NOW MANUFACTURING OF A MUK'nor iuaniy, anu oner lursaie, .W1KII.ESALE AND IlETAII, RXTRA FIXIUR; SIII'KRFINE " ORAHA.M " RYB " 1UJCICWIIEAT " HOMINY, Large and OAT MEALtSuperlnr); OATttltOATS; SPLIT l'KAS: CRACKED WHEAT; CORN MEAL, Yellow and White. .uiait; BRAN, MIDDLINGS AND CHOP. AVe have In onr employ a man from Scotland Who thoroughly understands his business, and hare been to irreat expense In building a Kiln for thoroughly drying the grain, so that we ran guarantee our Oat Meal to keep for years Iu a fresh state. CB" The Trade Supplied at the lowest llvlns rates. Orders Solicited. 2-ttf-3m McLERAN A- STEF.L. S S 3 , O O O IN CASH GIFTS, To be distributed by tho MERCANTILE PRIZE ASSOCIATION, OF NEW YORK. A 1'IUZK ron EVERY TICKET I 1 Cash Girt, 51(1000 fiCushGirts,cn. MflQO 12 " " " ZifVO J) " SiXW nCtuh Girtn.cn. S 1.000 .)io " " an aw " " mo K0 " " " 100 400 Gold Watches to aw l tO 120 27., Sewing Machlnes 7a Elegant I'lanos SO " Melodeons SMtoTUO . so to an Cash Glfts.SIIverWare.etc, valued atSLri00AU j cnance lo uniw any oi me Hoove Dnzes lor 25 cents. Tickets describing Prizes are Scaled in Envelopes and well mixed, on receipt of 25 cents a Sealed Ticket Is drawn without choice, uuu sciu uy mull in uny uuuross. ine priZu named unon It will be sent to anv ono on re ceipt of Ono Dollar. Prizes are immediately sent to any nuurcss Dy express or return mail. You will know what your prize Is before you pay for It. Any prize exchanged for another or the same value. No blanks. Our patrons ean depend on fair dealing. opinions ofthb 1'PESs. t airueaungcan bo relied upon. N. Y. Herald, Aug. 2X A genu ine distribution. (World, Sept. a. Not ono of the humbugs of the day. fWeekly Tribune. July 7. They give general satlstaction. Staats zeitung, Aug. a. References. By kind permission we refer to the following: Franklin S. Lane, Louisville, drew SISJiOi); Miss Hattle Ranker, Charlestown, SIMM); Mrs. Louisa T. Blake, SU Paul, Piano, Tul; SanuV. Raymond, Boston, S5,"ifO; Eugena I". Ilrackctt, PIttiburg,Watch, SUM; Miss Annie Osgood, New Orleans, fbfiUO ; Emory L. Pratt Columbus, Ohio. 87,100. One Cash Gift in every package of 130 tickets guaranteed. 5 tickets for 31; 11 for S2; 25 for S.t: 30for5; 1-jOforSli Agents wanted, to whom wo offer liberal In ducements and guarantee satisfaction. Address jajils iiiuuins & co., 2 SO lm 131 Nassau street. N. Y. A. C. WALLINC, Boole unci Jo I J J?x-iiitei, FITTOCK'S BUILDING, UP-STAIRS, Corner Front and Stark streets, I'ortland. Oregon. Work done at REASONABLE RATES. 2-.13 COMMERCIAL HOTEL, (Opera House Block), SALEM, OREGON MRS. A. J. ltlELY, Proprietor. MHIIS HOTEL WILL BE KEPT IN FIRST- X class oruer, wiin aiieuiiveanu ouuginc ser vants. No Chinese Cooks Employed. Iam prepared to furnish good accommoda tions to the traveling public, and will use every endeavor to merit their patronage. Free coach to the House. Regular Boarding at low rates. LONG LOOKED FOR COME AT LAST ! rilHE UNl-ERSALMICROSCOPE.-The lst X Low-Priced Microscope ever made. Ex ceedingly useful for exnmiHlne flowers. Insects and minute objects.detectlns Counterfeit Mon ey, and Disclosing the Wonders of the Micro scopic World. It is adapted to tho use of Phy sicians, Students and the Family Circle. Re quires no Focal Adjustment, and can tliereforo be readily used by any person. Other Micro scopes of no greater power cost $S each and up wards, and are so difficult to understand thai none but scientific men can use them, I tie Unlvcrlal alwnys gives satlsfact on. One single Microscope will bo sent carefully P-VK' mail.on receipt or $1. Agen Is wonted e en -wheie. Addniss D. U STAI r'II,i0.'n 2-l(H)'m Alien. Miclilgan.