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About The new Northwest. (Portland, Or.) 1871-1887 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1873)
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER "j'j.
A District Gn
Albany last wee
Inge was organized at
The gros valiaation of all the property
in Washington county is $2,18G,4K.
The Warehouses in Brownsville are
all full, and still the grain continues to
The time for holding the Jacksonville
camp-nieettng WHI ho October 2d in
stead of September 25tb.
Four immigrant wagons, which left
the State of Minnesota last May, passed
through Albany last week.
C. E. Tubois has started a glove man
ufactory. See ad. We'll notice his en
terprise more fully next week. Give
Go o the Oregon Iron Works for
cooking stoves. We are using one from
their foundry and can bear testimony
that it is good. They are cheap, too.
Patronize hom industry if you would
A Grange of Patrons of Husbandry
was organized under the name of "Mc
Minnville Grange" on Saturday last,
electing the following named officers:
Alexander Reed, Master; H. C. Dale,
Overseer f A. K. Okis, Lecturer; Win.
Burnett, Chaplain; Dwight Crawford,
Steward; Wilson Cook, Assistant Stew
ard; George Olds, Gate Keeper. For
the lady officers Miss Virginia Olds was
elected to that of Ceres ; Mrs. Durham,
Pomona; Miss Cook, Flora, and Mrs.
Fuller, Lady Assistant Steward.
Sam. Corwin's small-pox remedy has
proved effectual in staying the ravages
of this loathsome disease among us.
We have seen a dozen well authenti
cated statements from those who were
alllieted who recovered with very little
inconvenience, and were left with very
few marks of disfigurement. None that
took the remedy have died, and almost
all cases of reliance upon ordinary treat
ment terminated fntally. The medicine
is a preventive as well as cure. Those
who were exiKised to the disease and
took the remedy Invariably escaped the ;
contagion. Every family should keen i
it in the house.
Woodburx, Sep. 22d, 1S73,
Editor Nbw Nokthwkst :
At the Spiritualist Grove meeting to
be Itbld at Woodburn Station on the 0
& C. It. R., commencing October 3d,
1873, and to continue three days, a good
time is expected and everybody is in
vited to come. Let all that can do so
bring teuts, blankets and provisions and
come prepared to camp, but for those
who cannot camp there will be a restau
rant provided where they can get meals
at all times. There will also be a large
shed on the ground with straw for sleep
ing; but bring your blankets, and in
addition to this there will also be tents
and beds prepared sufficient to accom
modate all mediums and speakers from
a distance. Mrs. Belle A. Chamberlain
and other good speakers are engaged for
Yours respectfully, C.CCoolev,
Chairman of Committee of Arrange
ments. The Churches.
Methopist Epiwopai. CHrnrn Corner ol
Taylor nd Third. Kev. G. W. Ier, Pastor.
Preaching services in the rooming at 11 o'clock ;
in the evening. Irom April to July, at 7:15: Au
gust to NovcmlKT at 7-JSO; December to March
at 7. Communion service the first Sabbath
morning in each month. Prayer meetings
Sabbath e-mug, one hour before preaching;
young peoplt 's prayer meeting, Wednesday
evening; n gular weekly prayer meeting on
Thursday evening, and general experience
meeUng ou first Thursday evening in each
month; all at same hour as preaching service.
Noon mcctiiics daily. Sunday School at 2 r.
X.; Chinese Sunday School at 3M; Sunday
School Missionary Concert on first Sunday In
each month at 2 p.h. Strangers cordially In
vited. Pews free.
First Pkeshyteuiax Church Corner Wash
ington antl Third. Kev. Dr. Undsley, Pastor.
Residence, corner Morrison and Ninth streets.
Babbath services at II A. X. and 7:15 r. jr. Sab
bath School and Bible Class at 12:30. Prayer
meeting at :to v. M. Lecture Thursday even
ing at 7:4-. ;-ntlemcn will be In attendance
at the doors to conduct strangers and visitors
Unitarian Cilapl Corner of Yamhill and
Seventh streets. Rev. T. L. Eliot. l"astor. Rec-
ular services eery Sabbath at 11 A. M.and7:B
p.m. Sunday School at 12:15. Theeveningscr-
vice is onniuvi on in nrsi unaay ot every
montn. i ue t ommonlon service is at sso P.
M. on that dny. Pastor's residence, Salmon
street, between Fifth and Sixth.
Baptist Church Comer Fourth and Alder j
(.treets. A. L Medbury, Pastor. Preaching on
Sabbath at II in Hie morning and at 7:15 r. x.
Prayer meeting n Thursday evening or each
week at S. shl.aih School at U!4 o'clock Sun
day, Immediately aru-r morning preaching.
Baptist Mission East Portland. Services
at cottage on the corner of G and Seventh
streets, e try Sunday a! 11 ami at S. Sabbath
School alter morning preaching. Neighbor
hood prayer meeting Tuesday evenings.
C.vrKoi.K" CHrirrii Comer Stark and Third
street. Itev. Father Fieren In charge, assist
ed by Rev. V. lh-lahunter. First Mass, 6O0 A.
jl Second Mass, 8 o'clock; High Mass, JOAl;
Trinttv CurRTH Corner of Oak ami Fifth.
Rev. R. s. Nevius, D. I)., Rector. Sunday
School a! 9:40 a. m. Moraine service at 1L
Kvenlng ser ices at 7. Lectures Friday even
BISK3P Scott Grammar School Geo. Bur
ton, Chaplain. Divine services in the large
schoolroom of the Jrammar PcIkkm every Sun'
day morning at 10 o'clock. Sunday School at
St. Stf-piii-Vs Chapel Corner Madison and
Fourth. Rev. John Rosenborg. Pastor. Ser
vices at 1 1 in the moraine aud 6 In the evening.
Sunday School directly after morning service.
TfAi.r. St. M. E. Church Corner Hall and
Sixth. Rev. W. 11. Melsae. Pastor. Services at
II a. M. and p. M. Sunday School at J A. M
Fraj-er meeting every Thursday evening.
St. David's ChAPKi East Portland. Rev. C.
R. Bonnell. minister In charge. Services at 11
In the morning and 3 in the afternoon. Sun
day School at y:.H) In the morning.
Congrkg ational East Portland Service at
the school house In the McMillan Dtelrict.at II
in the morning : Sabbath School at 12:15. Rev,
V. K. Joslyn, Minister.
F.ast Porti.asii M. n. Church Rev. J. W.
Miller, Pastor. Preaching at 11 .. m. and 7. r.
Sunday school at 2 p. m. Prayer meeting
A. M. K. 7. ion
E. Zion CiiracH-North Third street,
i B and C Kev. J. p. Anderson, Pastor.
services it a. m. and 739 p. m. Sabbath
.CiOR?D..MK c"WK-H-Room over S. J.
McCprmick's store. Rev. Daniel Jones, Pastor.
SfltVr!' anU T:" "
ihevnTngf " U"' mornlsTnd " In
St. Timothv CHAPKL-Bisbop Seott Gram
mar School, corner Eighteenth and C strects.
Rev. Geo. Burton, 1-a.tor. Servtoes on Sunday
at w a x.
Scandinavias Lr-Tir CHUMCH-East Port
land Services in English at 2 In the afternoon
A. E. Fridrichsen, D. D., Pastor. '
STNACoorr Beth LsR.vEi-Dlvlne service
each Saturday at !i:JU. rreachlng by Rev. M.
Plyjiobth cncHCH corner E and Four-
irtjuiu. sauuain wuwi at o in uiaarternoou
"WEIT OF SPECIAL ELECTION.
To the Sheriffs of the several counties
within the State of Oregon:
"Whereas, At a general election held
on the third day of June, A. D., 1872,
the Hon. Joseph G. Wilson was duly
elected representative of -the State of
Oregon in the Forty-third Congress of
the United States; and
Whereas, Since the said election,
aid office has become vacant by the
death of said incumbent; and
Wheiieas, By provision of the Con
stitution 'of the United States, and the
laws of this State, it has become the
duty of the Governor thereof to issue
his writ of election to fill such vacancy.
Now, therefore, I, L. F. Grover, Gov
ernor of the State of Oregon, do hereby
command you and each of you to notify
the several judges of election within and
for your several counties, to hold a
special of representatives in Congress to
fill the vacancy aforesaid, ou Monday,
the thirteenth day of October, 1S73, and
that you cause all proper notices to be
given thereof according to law.
Given under my hand and the seal of
tho State of Oregon, at Salem,
i.. s. this tenth day of July, A. D.,
1S73. L. F. U rover.
Attest: S. F. Chad-wick,
Secretary of State of Oregon.
Summer Suggestion's A writer
gives the following ideas ou "sun
stroke," which may be of benefit to
some person afflicted in this way:
"About a year since I saw in a news
paper an an account of a case of sun-
stroKc, written uy the party himseir.
After suffering a long time from tho at
tack, and having to a considerable de
gree recovered, he experienced suffering
even from the rays of the moon. This
led him to the reflection that it was not
altogether the heat of the sun that pro
duced prostration. After mucli research
he discovered that the injury came from
tho chemical ray, and not from the heat
ray. lie was truiiled to this by observ
iug the fact that a photograph could not
ue taKcn turougn a noilow glass. Ac
cordingly he lined his hat with two lin
ings one of orange yellow to arrest the
heat ray. Thus prepared, he went
where the rays of tho sun were most in
tense with perfect impunity. Itis well
known that the negro is seldom or never
sun-struck. The color of tho skin over
I the skull beinir of the oianw vMIow
; may assist in accounting for the fact.
S " L,V.a" ' '?,Cl? '
summer, lined mv hat with trreeu and
orange yellow paper, and had confidence
eiiouch in the truth of the theory to
: neglect my umbrella, which I had never
ilntlfa nmnriv I mmitfminfl ir. in mint
who. trim! It nlso nn.l in mnnr r.nJZ
wno ineu n aiso, anu in many cases
that came under my observation, thev
heat of Ujc alm ur)OII the heat, " luuch
What Will Can Do. A friend in
the interior of the State writes as fol
lows: There Is an old gray-headed man in
our neighborhood who had for more
than three-scoro years been a slave to
tho alcoholic demon. One day a friend
who was addicted to the use of tobacco,
said to him:
"Uncle John, you arc too near the
grave to be indulging so in intoxicating
"You leave off your tobacco," said tho
old man, "and I will quit drinking."
They shook hands upon it, and that
old man to whom many supposed the
sudden withdrawal of the accustomed
stimulant would bo death, aud in whose
ability to abstain from liquor scarcely
any one had any confidence, has for
years kept inviolate the pledge that he
gave half-banterinRly to his friend. So
mucu lora uctermineu will.
A certain doctor, who sometimes
drank a good deal at dinner, was sum
moned one evening to see a lady patient,
when he was more than "half seas
over," and conscious that ho was so.
On feeling her pulse, and finding him
self uuablo to count its beats, he mut
tered, "Drunk, by Jove!" Next morn
ing, recollecting the circumstances, he
was greatly vexed, and, just as ho was
thinking what explanation he should
offer to the lady, a letter was put in his
hand. "She too well knew," said -the
letter, "that he had discovered tho un
fortunato condition in which sho was
when he visited her;" and she entreated
him to keep the matter a secret, in
consideration of the enclosed a hundred
TnE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING SECURED
the services of a French GLOVE MAKER,
Is now prepared to manufacture all styles of
UDICS' A5D GEXTXEMEV.S
KID, FUR, BUCK AND DOESKIN GLOVES,
Perfect Fitting nnd Latest Fashions Gunran
Also. Gloves cleaned, dyed and repaired on
short notice. 3-s u. li. aiumvj.-s.
(Formerly with Burchard & Powers),
TYESIRES TO INFORM THE PUI1LICTHAT
VJ ue lias established himseir at lue
Corner or Tint nnd Taylor Slreeli,
With a large assortment of
SPRING, HAIR, WOOl, FEATHER, MOSS AND PUtU
Blankets, Bed Spreads, Sheets, Pillows,
Etc., Etc, Etc.
The highest cash price paid for second-hand
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
nMIE UNDERSIGNED would most respect
X fully Inform the public at large that he has
opened the above named ofllre on First street.
next ooor lo mv mxiucuim iiuivi, wticre iir
will be always on band and on the wing to ac
commodate all who may want employment or
help of any kind. References exchanged If re
quired. J- V. ALLEN.
Portland, Oregon, Sept. !, 1S73L J-7U"
J. M. FRYER
QAN BE FOUND IN HIS NEW STORE, ON
First SU, bet. Madison nnd Jeirerson,
Where ho expects to keep a good assortment of
CALL AND SEE HIM.
To those who are Indebted to 11m lie would
rolltelr Modestly. but Firmly and Earnestly
pay what thou owest. 3-o J. JL r li Lit.
I. W. LEWIS,
Shop on Oak St., bet. Seventh and fsrk.
OTORE SHELVING AND FIXTURES, Coun-
J ters, Wstcr Tanks, etc., eic.maae to oruer.
CUarges Reasonable, -"H
TO SPIRITnALIMTil Asm ftxtfTTlS T.TTICT? AY.
TiilNKEits. A full supply of Spiritualist and
'u.-iurm jcjss kcih constant! vrorsaie at snows
Liberal and Reform Bookstore and General
I'aclfle Agency, aw Kearny street, up Hairs,
near lllUll. Also Ailnm .". nnlilin ivt
Orion's Anti-Tobacco pre pa ration.andSpence's
Positive and Negative Powders. All poods sold
at Eastern prices. Remittances in United States
paper currency received atmr. circulars and
catalogues mailed free. Address Herman
Snow, p. a Box 117, San Francisco. Cal. v2nH
For the very best photographs, go to Bradley
A Rulofson's Gallery without STAIRS
W ASCEND IX THE ELEVATOR, 129 Mont
gomery St., San Francisco.
S M A L L-POX!
1. disease Is liable to break out among us at
any nine, 11 is well 10 De prepared tor it at nil
Small-Pox Cure and Preventive,
Sow prepared and kept on hand at my oOlee,
Cor. rirst mill Main Street,
One door from First, ls sure cure or preventive
for that disease. The history of this medicine
cannot better be explained than by Inserting
the following letter.
SAMUEL CORWIN, Proprietor.
San Fkancisco. July 2,1S72.
Mv Dear Omi Fiuenii. Samuel Corwin:
I hare no doubt but you will bo much surprised
on receiving this letter, but. perhaps, not morn
so.ormore gratified, than I was to near from
you. The manner In which I heard from yon,
and learned of your whcrealKiuts, U tills : I
happened to be looking over an Oregon paper
and noticed your name, as representative, elect,
front Tillamook county. The thrill of pleasure
which I experienced on reading Is indescriba
ble. Tho many acts of kindness which I re
ceived at your hands long years ago had never
licen forgotten, notwithstanding our corres
pondence has been broken for seventeen years,
well, Sam. I won't attempt to give you more
than the outlines of what has transpired with
me since we last corresiwnded. So many Inci
dents of the past. In which you and I were con
nected, crowd upon my mind that I cannot
think or writ ot myself. I)ies your mind ever
revert to the past, when we tlrst met hovr you
took me In as n partner, when those who
should have lieeu my best friends threw on tin
me how we girt snowed In and had to live on
potatoes straight for six weeks how good that
grizzly meat tasted what n disgraceful retreat
we made from our oor Innocent Jark, when
we thought we were lieseleed by a grizzly;
Well, Sam, those events of 1X32 frequently fur-
msn Minjec; mailer lor my iiiouguis, ami, as i
am writing to you. crowd upon my mind, but I
will dismiss them for the present to give place
to that which will, perhaps Iw'ot greater inter
I pocketed eleven thousand dollars out of the
"IVep Claim" you gave me in Maraiai.a.and
started for home In June. KVl I Invested lour
thousand dollars in real estate in this city, ami
left ltincareof McLane.ouroldcabln mate. My
propeity here has yielded me n handsome In
come, and quadrupled in valu. I went Into '
business in New ork city, iu which I was very
sucwsf'il sold out two years ago, since which
tlnic I have been traveling In European coun-
trU. You know i usM to have a weakness fur
traveling well. It Has Icn gratified to my
heart's content. While In France I was taken
with the small-ox. The lad)' of the Inn told
me that I was fortunate to hike 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 sura enough, I began
to recover within four hours after commencing
to take the medlcine.nnd In twenty-four hours
I felt 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 see from Oregon papers that you have the
disease among yon. The enclosed package
contains the formula and 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 anil preventive. When you an
swer this I will forward sufllclent of the mate
rial to make you a fortune, as I have ample,
and rest assured I reciprocate past favors.
I will close for the present nnd await anx
iously your answer. Direct to San Franclco,
as I will remain here about two months.
Yours, etc., Isaac Rich auiwon.
No person should be without this medicine,
as the disease Is now In various parts of the
country, and may tie among us any day. It Is
an old and true adage, that "An ounce of pre
vention Is worth a pound ol cure"" Tls awlse
man that carries his coat on a fair day," etc.
Office Southwest corner Main and First fits.
Orders sent to Samuel Corwln. Proprietor, or
Smith A- Davis, Portland, Oregon, will be
promptly attended to.
ear Price One Dollar per Bottle.S'
CERTAIN CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA!
DR. E. CHAMPLAIN'S
Statement of Dr. E. t'hnmplnlu.
TN 181. In Richland county, Ohio, I dlseov-
X creu tins l-ixtract to dc a Mure uure lor uys
)epslu. The discovery was accidental In the
tint instance; but tnc extract never once failed
to cure, cnectuaiiy anu permanently, every
case to which It was applied. Including many
of long-standing that had defied every remedy
of the medical science of the day.
I have resided the past eight years In Clover
dale, Sonoma county, California, where, dur-
Inc 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 enlarging, so
that to comply with all demands my whole
time and attention must be devoted to this re
medial Interest. Hitherto my labors in this
direction have bt-cn gratuitous; but on appli
cation at the Patent Oiriee this extract was ex
amined nnd a patent Issued on the 13th of
August, li-ri The extract contains no alcoholic
or mineral substance, but Is purely vegetable,
and compounded In Nature's great laboratory
by a thorough-going Temperance man and a
member of Clovcrdale Lodge of Good Tem
plars. Assured from past experience that the
r.iirflci win cure an cases oi uyspepsia, i leei
continent it win meet a ureal rtceu ot ineuiv
Certificate of II. Glenn.
East Portland, Feb. 20, 1S73.
Mr. E. If. Eubanks Dear Sir: I would re-
siKYlfullv state that I have been troubled with
Indigestion nearly three years. Hrarlngof Dr.
E. Cliamplnln's IJgneous Extract, I obtained a
bottle at Dr. M. Mack's Drug Store, nnd after
using about one-hair a bottle, was entirely re
lieved of all symptoms of Dyspepsia, and have
no dimcnltv now In nmnerlv dleestlne my
food. I can conscientiously recommend It to
sucn as are niincieu, Know ing It io oe a certain
cure. Yours truly, H. GLENN.
Certificate of Mrs. Ellen Freeland.
Portland. Oregon. Feb. 8. 1873.
Mr. E. H. Eubanks Dear Sir: I will resnect
fully Inform vou that I hm-p i.jn imuMmI
Willi DvXttCDSIa for llintlV VMn ami vnil.l it.l
" "suv u uoiue oi ur. 1. main-
plains Ligneous Extract.and nfterusinglt,flnd
"Lm b'n of crent 'nent to me. I think It
will make a permanent cure. I have no hesi
tancy In recommending it to all who are troub
led with the complaint. Yours truly,
MRS. ELLEN FREELAND.
Price SI OO per Bottle.
IIODUE, CAI.F.F A CO., Wholesale AfU,
' PORTLAND, OREGON,
And sold by alt leading Druggists.
E. H. EUBANKS,
Gcn'l isent Tor Oregon and Adjoining Terrllorirs.
Residence, on C street, bet. Front and First.
FCVITES HIS OLD PATRONS .VND THE
Iubllc generally to call at his
NEW BUTCHER SHOP,
Washington St., one door cast or Third.
THE COMPRESSED AIR POWER CO.
OWN THE EXCLUSIVE RIGHT CNRERTIIE ORIGINAL PATENTS OFDR.WM. A. ROYCE.
Horace 11. Day and others, for the Inventions for the Compressing of Air, to be stored and
transmitted Tor power, adapted for Tunnelling, Mining and Rock Drilling purposes. Tim Com
pany has every facility for supplying the patented apparatus, and can Issue rights to others
to make and use the inventions throughout the United States. cAH other Machines for
Compressing nnd Storing Air fur the Transmission of power are Infringements.
o r r i v 1:
10th Jk 11th Ave.
I3IU nml talk .St
OREGON illOK WORKS,
Corner IVont suicl Iltill Streets,
OREGON MADE STOVES
THE CELEBRATED DEXTER COOKING STOVES,
A Large Variety of Parlor and Cooks Parlor Stovos.
oixso IP ronia and.
OF EVERY VARIETY,
SvVAV vivr oxn.srr 3iul.il, jiaciiinery
OF ALL KINDS,
M IN INC MACHINERY, STEAMBOAT MACHINERY AND ENGINES,
BOILrRS Or ALL KINDS,
33 iti4i-t tiittl Iron Ctir-iTingrs.
KOBE'S PATENT SIMILTAXIAX SKT WOIIKS OK HEAD BLOCKS, for Saw Mills.
uoiiirs iati:xt ts.iNc i:(ii:it and ts.ixtJ lath .hill.
REPAIRING done at Short Notice, and a Low as Good Work and Mnterial will warrant
Give us a call. I). Mct'ULI.Y, President.
j. A. ilium, niiiieriiiieiiueiii.
ILiOclc Stitli I
BEST SEWING MACHINE!
Tho Now "HOME.
n , in
HOME SHUTTLE IMPROXTCD (LATEST STYLE HAND) SEWING MACHINE sent out
onemonthon trial on receipt ofgO. With RIack WalnutTnl.leandTiadle.nlcclyflnlshed,
BIO. Money Refunded (less tho express ehaires) on tho return or the Machine at the end orthe
month, ir Machine Docs Not Give Satisfaction. AGENTS A ANTfcl) for the NEW HOME
In Orrcoii, Washington nnd Idaho. Irxer Coinmlsshms elven than by any other Agency In
Portland. All Kinds Needles ami Oil for sale. Send lor Circular 'and I PrtcjV.lst of "The Home."
Ji:. W. TltAVt.lt. t.cneml A cent,
2-lG Southwest corner Thirl and Morrison Streets, Portland, Oregon.
OKKCOX STEAMSIIir CO.'S STEAMBOATS, i
17R0M AND AFTER TIIURS-
i' day, May 1st, the steamer Jrx1?itt2
TJ. N. COOCS
Will leave Oreeon Cityas follow-: On Monday.
Tuemlay. Thursday and Friday at A. M.,
and on Weitnesday anu aiuniay at ioj. M.,
connecting with steamer DAYTON through to i
Portland. Returning, will Leave
lortlnniI for Oresou City nt 1 I. jr.
Passengers tor LAFAYETTE and all Inte'rme- !
dlate places will take the CARS at S:15 A. M., i
connecting at Canemah with steamer Dayton, '
on Tuesday and Friday of each week.
Through Tickets sold at the ofllce ol the O. A '
C. R. R. Co. at Reduced Rates.
All frrlght by this line delivered to consign-1
ees Free of Drayage. I
Freight received until S P. M. '
a-otl J. R. RILES, Agent.
AT THE CENTRAL JIAEKET,
Has Enlarged lilt
Added Such Improvements
A vllt n till dim In nmvMalVl.nM. ...i . i
THE BFST IN THE M UlKFT
inc. umi, i. int. JiAKKrJT.
T,rtlJ (nmUhfH villi 1,nt rrn.. .1..-.
- - . . v.. ..t, n nu,,rL
HORACE II. DAY,
No. M Liberty Street,
3 52 tf
AND HOLLOW WARE
EXCELS ALL OTHERS!
l'UICE $10 LESS!
r.rrtlirS Ulrrtt Kroia Tlit Msnu
fattnrcrs! SOLD AT FACTORY PRICES I
WARRANTED F0R5 YEARS.
ruF.sir sitoAi.tvATEn hay
O Y S T E JEt. S I
No. 107 First Slreet.
"VYSTI5RS serveil In every style to suit the
I. P. POWERS,
NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE,
Spring, lUlr.Kratlitr, Moss. Wool and Polo
Blankets, Spreads, Sheets, Tlllow Cases, etc.
The Ilishcst Trice Paid for Furniture,
No. 137 Firrt Street, Portland.
CH. LOUIS ICUHN,
' OixToixiLO t alter,
! TURNITURE made to order : also neatly re-
' U n!llm, varnished and po sbed,Jy a com-
Vt!.!?. -!,t.l. I.nn. T..
orders at corner Third and AMreets. 2Wtf
iMfieiiL meciiauic .III ,i:' ...... o. " "
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
Hats and Gents Furnishing Goods,
Ladles and .Misses'
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS AND
Frame, Braids, Cords, Ornaments, Flowers
Ribbons, Trimmings, etc.
Dress Gootk, White Goods, Yankee .Vo
Ladles' Cloaks, CIoaK Trim
AGENT OF THE ELLENDALE WOOLEN
A Full Slock of JtlanheU, Ynrns, Bea
vers, Tweeds and Cassimeres
LATEST STYLES BY EVER Y STEAM Kit
ear PARTICULAR ATTENTION Paid to
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over Ladd A TIltonN Rank.
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DiRr.CTon.s-Wm. S. IjidJ, P. C. cchuvler. Jr.,
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A. C. Glbbs. C, H. Lewis, M. W. Fechheliiier, II.
Falling, 1- Ilium.
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P. C SCHUTLER.Jit
M.W. FECHHKIMBR CorresiKiiidiiigSec
HENRY A.OXEIS Ubrurlan and RecSoc
UEIL.1L.IISTGE1?. t CO.,
Washington St., bet. Second and Third,
E MANUFACTURE AN
A NO. 1 AllTKtf.F. or
And all kinds of Pastry usually found In a First
SOT Goods delivered to any part of the elf!
31. 31. SOUTinVOKTII,
HAS REMOVED FROM FRONT STREET
Corner of E ami Third Streets,
Whero he may be found kccnlns u sood supply
of the best
FINE TOBACCO, CIGARS, PIPES.
PATENT MEDICINES AND YANXEE NOTIONS,
Where he will be pleased to meet his old cus
tomers, and holds himself In readiness to wait
upon many new ones, anu nopes ny punctual
ity and deallm; In Just Weights and Measures
to receive a liberal share ofpatronaee.
v2nS M. M. SOUTHWORTH.
O. S. SIZiVEH.
IS Oirr OF THE FIRE AND OUT OF A
Brick Store, but
NOT OUT OF GOODS !
He caii be found at
2Vo. 131 3?irHt Stxeet,
In the next block below the old stand, on the
opposite side of the street, where I will Hell
EXTREMELY LOW PRICES
For the next two months. Call and see. every
body. 3-3 as. SILVER.
J. II. 3TISK,
ASSAYER AND METALLURGIST,
29 Stark St., bcL First and Second.
Highest Price Paid Tor Gold Dust JL- Bars.
TESTS MADE -WITH CARE, AND ASSAYS
or Gold and Silver, Copper, Lead, Anti
mony, Nickel, Chrome, Plmubaco, Tin, Iron,
Cinnebar, Lime, nnd other Metals. Analysis
of Mineral Waters and all other substances.
J. N. DOI.rH.
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ODD FELIX)WS' TEMPLE, PORTLAND.
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special attention to obtaining Farm Help,
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V iron Ilr.S.W. AtcDowell. of Saleiu. Marioi
county, as our candidate for Congress at th
coming; election, October 13th, 137X, subject t
decision at the polls. These are times whe I
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