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FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 124, 1875.
Half-faro tickets will be isauwl to the
State Fair by Hie O. & C. R. R.
The Good Samaritan Hospital will lie
thrown open for the reception of pa
tients on the 91U proximo.
A largo invoice of elegant and season
able goods jii9t received at the deserved
ly popular "White House."
A paper called the Helper is hooii to
be issued, under the auspices of the
Young Men'8 Christian Association.
A splendid stock of drugs, medicines,
chemicals, perfumery, etc., lias just been
opened by S. A. Ueppach, at the corner
of Oak and First streets.
A chance for bargains in boots and
shoes is offered at the Pacific Boot and
Shoo House during the next tweuty
days. Dekum's building, First street.
Take your rusty clothing to Schade
& Co., and have It dyed, scoured, and
made good as new at trifling cost. Sec
ond street, between Main and Salmon.
The special attention of our Washing
ton county subscribers is called to the
advertisement of Mrs. A. N. Buford, of
Forest Grove. Xiook out for some of her
pretty things at the county fair next
Have your time-pieces repaired, orpur
chaso new ones of John A. Beck, watch
maker and jeweler, 109 Front street. A
large assortment of everything in his
line just received and for sale at Sau
Appropriate resolutions, relative to
the deatli of Walter B. Joyoe, who was
drowned last week, were passed last
Sabbath by the Hall street M. E. Sab
bath School, of which deceased was a
loved and faithful member. .
The new post office has been open
since Sunday. Jts apartments are com
modious and elegant, as befits the mu
nificence of Uncle Sam, and the con
stantly increasing demands of the me
tropolis. Entrauces on Fifth and Yam
The McGibeny concerts which take
place regularly on each Sunday evening
at Good Templars' Hall are largely at
tended, many persons being unable to
obtain seats. It is needless to say that
these entertainments are highly pleas
ing to young and old.
The friends of Dr. York propose to
give a public reception for that gentle
man's benefit at Good Templars' Hall,
on Wednesday evening of next week.
No effort will be spared to render the
occasion a pleasant one. A cordial in
vitation is extended to all.
Miss Kelly Meacham arrived in this
city a week since, and has been during
this week canvassing for her father's
great work, "Wigwam and Warpath."
We trust this energetic little canvasser
will meet with the patronage she de
serves, from our generous citizens.
Dr. J. I. York lectured as advertised,
at Oro Fino Theater, on Sunday after
noon and evening, to large and atten
tive audiences. He will speak next
Sunday afternoon on "Temperance Re
form," and solicits the presence of all
who are interested in this great move
ment. Ed. Thorpe, the lad who was acci
dentally shot some two weeks since
while out hunting nearMilwaukie, died
on Sunday morning of secondary hem
orrhage. An artery, which at the time
of the amputation was carefully tied up,
suddenly sloughed off, and he bled to
death in about live minutes.
The entertainment given at Museum
Hall on Tuesday evening of last week
for the benefit of Rev. A; li. Smith of
Zion Church, was largely attended, and
seemed to be thoroughly enjoyed. We
are pleased to note the appreciation of
the services of the worthy gentleman to
whom the proceeds were tendered by
members of his flock and others.
Professor R. D. Kennedy, a thorough
and practical phrenologist, who spoke
at Oro Fino Theater one evening last
week, and made some decided hits in
delineation of character, is at present
visiting the west-side towns profession
ally. He is deservedly popular in his
chosen field, and has, during his sojourn
in tho State, won not a few encomiums
from press and people.
Professor J. C. Rider will give a
grand opening party at his dancing
academy, City Rifles' Hall. First street,
on Friday evening, October 1st. Classes
lor ladles and gentlemen meet on Mon
days and Wednesdays at 7:30 P. M.
commencing October 4tb. Children's
classes, on "Wednesday and Saturday af
ternoons, at 2 o'clock. Social hop every
aaturuay evening, at 5:30. 1'rlvate les
sons given at the Hall, or at resi
Merchants and milliners from the in
terior, desirinsr to nurchase fall and win
ter stock, will find it to their advantage
to examine the elegant variety or sea
sonable goods- displayed by FleiBchner,
Mayer & Co., at their commodious es
tablishment on Front street. This dod-
ular firm understand fully the wants of
their patrons, and supply the same
promptly and on terms most liberal
and advantageous. Call and examine
the immense stock on hand.
Mrs. V. Wagner, fashionable dress
maker, (late of Los Angelos), has eaUb
lished nersclf at the corner of B and
Sixth streets, where she is prepared to
cut, fit and make ladies' and children's
garments in the latest and most elegant
styles, and at reasonable prices. Mrs.
Wagner solicits patronage and guaran
tees satisfaction. An active girl who de
sires to learn the business will be taken
as an apprentice. Apply immediately
at tne corner oi Sixth and 15 streets.
Fire broke out in the wharf and ware
house owned by Messrs. Carter and
Grover, at the foot of Alder street, on
Sunday, damaging the same to the ex
tent of S1.200, and destroying Its con
tents to the amount of $3,000. The
latter consisted of wheat, wool, hay.
salt, feed, etc., and was owned by
Messrs. Everdlng & Farrell. Losses
fully covered by insurance. The fire
department was out promptly and in
full force, and as usual rendered effect
Captain Auld, master of the ship
"City of York," presented Chief Engi
neer Hal lock with a handsome gold
badge, bearing an appropriate inscrip
tion, in token of his gratitude for aid
rendered during tho fire that occurred
ou that vessel on the evening of Sep
tember 4tb. The members of Colum
bian Engine Company No. 3 were at the
fcame time presented wlthan elegantsll
ver ice-pitcher by Mr. Thomas F.Tilden,
in acknowledgment of their services In
caving me snip nd cargo.
The following will be of interest to
those who desire to attend the Wash
ington County Fair, which commences
on Monday: Mr. J. Brandt, Jr., Super
intendent of the O. C. R. R. Co., writes
to the Secretary of the Washington
County Fair as follows: "During the
continuance of ynur ninth annual fair
this company will sell round-triptickets
from all stations to Hillsboroaud. return
at one-half the Usual rates. Aferw-ini
train will leave Portland at 7 a. ic, ar
rive at HiIl8boroat8:50A.ir.: returning
leave fair grounds at 5 p, M., arrive at
Portland 6:45 p. sr. All trains will stop
pi me itur gruuuus."
"MY MTJSIHSS A rSfr FANCIES IN
The many friends of Mrs. A. J. Dirai
way, who. have from tlino to time ex
pressed a desire to possess such original
poems as. they have beard her. recite at
tho close of her lectures, can now have
opportunity to purchaso-them in pam
phlet form for the low price of twenty
live cents. Send orders, with cash, to
this office, and receive the poems witli
the author's autograph.
A Scotch peddler completely cowed
an irascible Welshman, who insisted ou
fighting him in an inn kitchen, by go
ing down on his knees and imploring
pardon for having killed "two men al
ready, and being about to kill auother."
The University at Copenhagen has
opened its doors except the one lead
ing to the Theological Department to
The American Newspaper Directoby Is an
epitome of newspaper history. It Is also re
garded as an official register of circulations.
This feature requires the closest scrutiny, to
prevent It from leading to abuses. The plan
adopted by the publishers of the Directory to
secure correct and trustworthy reports Is rigid
In Its requirements, and Is adhered to with
Impartiality. Successful publishers, who have
something to gain by a comparison, are gener
ally prompt, not only to send reports In con
formity, but give Messrs. Geo. P. Rowell & Co.
such Information as enables them to weed out
unsubstantiated statements of pretenders In
Journalism. The popularity of the book, and
the general confidence in Its accuracy and good
faith, are attested by Uie Immense body of ad
vertisements It receives. 4 26
NEW THIS WEEK.
CPflTPU DI AinC andflneFrench A1I
OUU I Lil rLAIUOWool Plain Dress
Goods, for sale at 107 Third street, by
5 5 JOHN WILSON.
Morrison St., between Second and Third,
SOLICITS THE PATRONAGE OF THOSE
who desire flrsfc-class work. Embroidery,
Braiding, Stamping, etc, done neatly and ele
FOREST GROVE MILLINERY STORE.
MRS. A. X. BUFORD
HAS JUST RECEIVED AN ELEGANT VA
riety of Fall and Winter Millinery Goods,
at her accustomed place of business In Forest
Grove, where she will be pleased to serve those
who desire seasonable and fashionable Hats
and Bonnets, at reasonable rates. Call and ex
amine the elegant Fall and Winter Flowers,
Feathers, Ribbons, and Styles. 5-5-3m
SCHADE & CO.,
DYERS AND SCOURERS,
173 Second St, between Main and Salmon,
LADIES' DRESSES, CLOAKS, MANTILLAS,
Damask Curtains, and Genu' Clothing Col
ored In the best style. All work warranted.
Goods not called for within three months
will be sold to pay expenses, and any Articles
damaged or lost by fire we will not hold our
selves responsible for. 5 5
JOHN A. BECK,
(Formerly at Wm. Beck & Son's),
WATCH-MAKER AND JEWELER,
No. 109 Front street, Portland.
JUST RECEIVED, A FULL ASSORTMENT
of Seth Thomas Clocks, to be sold at San
Francisco list price ; a line line ot Watches,
Chnlna and Jewelry at low figures.
Watch Repairing a specialty. All work war
ranted. 5 S
S. A. NEPPACH,
(Gradnateoftbe Philadelphia College ofFharmacj)
jg-AS OPENED WITH A FRESH STOCK OF
Drags, medicines and Chemicals, Per
fumery, Fancy Goods, Etc.,
CORNER OF FIRST AND OAK STREETS.
5 BST Store Open Day. and Nlght."Su 5
Who are suffering from the effects of youth
ful follies orindlscretlon will do well to avail
themselves of thls.the greatest boon ever laid
at the altar of suffering humanity. Dr. SPIN
NEY will guarantee to forfeit $500 for every
case of seminal weakness or private disease
oi any Kinaorcnaracterwnicn ne undertakes
and falls to cure. He would, therefore, say to
the unfortunate sufferer who may read this
notice, that you are treading upon dangerous
ground when yon longer delay in seeking the
properremedyforyourcomplalnt. You may
be In the first stage; remember you are ap-
proacblngthelast. If you are bordering upon
the last, andaresuQeringsome or all of its HI
effects, remember that If you persist In pro;
crastlnntion, the time must come when the
mostsklllful physician can renderyou no as
sistance; when the door of hope will be closed
against you; when no angel of mercy can
bring relief; In no case has the-Doctor tailed
of success. Then let not despair work upon
your imagination, but avail yourself of the
uenenciai result or his treatment before your
case Is beyond the reach ot medical skill, or
Derore grim death hurries you to a premature
grave. Full course of treatment, 25. Send
money by Post Office order or Express, with
full description of case. Call on or address
DR. A. B. SPINNEY,
5 5 No.ll Kearny street,San.Francisco.
Boots and Shoes
. The Entire, Summer iStock of Boots
and Shoes at the Pacific Boot and Shoe
House will be' sold at and less trm
i ' ' - .
Cost for the Next Twenty Days.
' GEO. A. PEASE & CO.,
JJelnua!s .Block, 77 Pirst Street.
BARGAINS IN DRESS GOODS',;
Third street, 5-2 ' JOHN WILSON,
Tho following portions are duly authorized to
act as Agents for the New Northwest :
Miss Mary Bishop . Brownsville
John Meacb:im....... Pendleton
George Wallace Walla Walla
A. J. .SniItli8on Travcllng Agent
Mrs. T.J. Baxter..; Independence
Mrs. 8. A. Nichols Dallas
Mrs. H. A. Louaharv Amity
R.T. Robison Dilly
Herman Snow 319 Kearny St., San Francisco
A. W. McConnell North Yamhill
Horace IL Day New York City
Mrs. S. M. Miller Last Chance
Mrs J. 11. Foster Albany
A. A. Manning
Miss Virginia Ulds.
Mrs. J. W. Jackson-
. ...... uorvains
W. W. Beach,
Rev. Wm. JolIy,
Mary J. Magers.,
A. W. Stanard
S. H. Claughtom-
C. A. Reed
Mrs. O. T. Danlels.
Mrs. Nellie Curl
P. C. Sullivan Salem
Mrs. 51. F. Cook Lafayette
Mrs. M. C Cllne.
Mrs. H. K. Bishop..
Rev. J. F. Damon-
P. D. Moore
G. B. Blood
Mrs. M. Jeffries
Mrs. M. Kelty
- Oregon City
. . The Dalles
... Forest Grove
A. K. Amoiu
G. W. Lawson .
Mrs. J. DeVora Johnson.
J. T. Scott, Esq
Mrs. A. E. Corwln
Geo. Ensrle .
J. W. Jackson-.-
... San Francisco
L. p. Fisher
Mrs. Laura DeForce Gordon California
Mrs. Nellie Mossman Olympla
I. T. Maulsby. .. Portland
G. W. Brock Dnlon Ridge, W. T
G. W. Barnes . Ochoco Valley
Mrs. E. Oakshett . Traveling Agent
Mrs. J. C Hayes-. . Gervals, Oregon
James Vance .... Yreka, California
M. P. Owen" ssoquei, uamornia
Mrs. R. A. Dupee Sacramento, California
Mrs. Sarah Harry
Mrs. Sarah Wallis
Charles W. Tappan
Mrs. L. M. Howell
Mrs. Lydla Cooley .
D. P. Porter
Salt Lake City, U. T
Other parties desiring to act ai Agents will
please forward their names. We want Agents
at every postofllce throughout Oregon and
Moore & Hoixabatjgh, (successors to J.
Flelschncr), nt tho old stand, 123 First street,
known as the San Francisco Boot and Shoe
Store, respectfully say to his old patrons and
the public generally that wo have marked
down the old stock from 25 to 50 per cent., and
Intend to sell regardless of cost, having this
day received a large stock of New Goods ol the
latest styles, which we will sell as cheap as the
cheapest, endeavoring to suit all who may fa
vor us with their patronage. Custom work
of all kinds done in the latest styles and on
new and scientific principles. Repairing done
to order. Glvo us a call before purchasing
elsewhere. All work warranted.
A Valuable Discovery. Dr. J. P. Miller, a
practicing physician at 327 Spruce street, Phila
delphia, has discovered that the extract of cran
berries and hemp combined cures headache,
either bilious, dyspeptic, nervous, or sick head
ache, neuralgia and nervousness. This is a tri
umph in medical chemistry and sufferers all
over the country are ordering by mail. He
prepares it In pills, at 50 cents a box. The Doc
tor Is largely known and highly respected.
KB" The National Gold Medal was awarded
to Bradley & Rulofson for the best Photographs
In the United States, and the Vienna Medal
for the best In the world. 429 Montgomery
street, San Francisco.
NEW THIS "WEEK.
YOU CA3X"X! AFFORD
TO BE WITHOUT IT!
A MONTHLY ILLUSTRATED PAPER PUB
llshed at Portland. Some or the ablest
writers In the State are contributors to its col
umns. The West Shore Is
The Only Illustrated Paper
In Oreson. and contains in each issue beside
articles of General Literature a description of
some portion oi me state or wasnington Ter
ritory. A full list of farming lands to let or for
sale. Has an
Illustrated Horticultural Department,
and other valuable Information not to be found
In any other paper on the coast. A copy of It
sent to friends abroad will give them a better
Idea of the Pacific Northwest than any other
Sent postage paid for ono year on receipt of
ii.jj; single copies.u cents. Auuress,
S 4 Portland, Oregon.
DRY GOODS BUSINESS ord?
sale any time during the coming year. Ex-
penses very light. Inquire of
3 JOHN WILSON, 107 Third street.
THE VERY FINEST
I? II O T O G- 3R. yV. J? II S
. TAKEN AT-
SHUSTER & DAVIDSON'S,
Corner of First and Yamhill streets, Portland.
I M.WIBERG WILL REMOVE HIS STOCK
BOOTS AND SHOES
TO NO. 105 FRONT STREET,
Next store Telow Beck's Gunshop, before the
o o aim ui jsepieraoer.
FOR THE BEST
Enchtol & Stolto's
PALACE OF AKT,
Corner of First and Morrison streets, Portland,
5 Oregon. 3
XEIMETEB & UTTER,
FURNISHING- GOODS, '
iNo. 31 First-street, between Pino-and Ash
5 PORTLAND, OREGON. 3
A. COODNOUCH, -
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
And Manufacturer of the
Granger O-lxni-ii ,
North First street, between B and C, Portland
- uregon. 4,3 u
: OFFICE OF THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
No. 103 Third Street, Portland, liny 27, 1S7S.
THE SINGER STILL TRIU1V3PHAS3T !
Name of Company and Machine.
The MBger Jlanafactarlcg tomyanv.
Wheeler fc Wllsou Manufacturing Com puny
Howo Sewing Machlno Company (estimated)..
Domestic Sewing Machine Company
Grover fc Baker Sewing Machine Company
Weed " " "
Wilson " " "
Wilcox A Olbhs ". " "
American B. JL ' " , . " .
Florence . . ". . .. tl . :
Victor 1 ? j -
jEtna, J. E. Brannsdorf & Co
DRY GOODS !
DRY GOODS !
S. Hi- MAItSH
JS NOW PREPARED TO OFFER UNUSUAL
Inducements to parues auuui im pureuao
DRY GOODS. Having received, ex John L.
Stephens and AJax, large Invoices direct
from the East, I am anxious to clear them
out In order to make room for large ship
ments to arrive In June.
Ladles are respectfully invited to call and
EXAMINE MY MAGNIFICENT STOCK
In which I can display some Extraordinary
PARASOLS A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT 1
All Domestic Good Sold nt Cost ol
B U C H JJ I
The only known Remedy for
And a positive remedy for
GOUT, GRAVEL, STRICTURES, DIABETES,
DYSPEPSIA, NERVOUS DEBILITY
Non-retention or Incontinence of Urine, Irrita
tion, Inflammation or Ulceration of the
Bladder and Kidneys,
Leucorrhoea or Whites, Diseases of the Prostrate
uiauu, stone in me rsiaaaer,
Colcnlus Gravel or Brlckdust Deposit and -Mu
cus or jniKy uiscnarges.
Permanently cures all diseases ol the
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, AND DROPSICAL SWELLINGS
Existing in men, women and children,
BUT NO MATTER WHAT THE AGE fen
Prof. Steele' says: "One bottle of Kearney's
num .Extract liucnu is worth more than an
other Buchus combined."
Price, SI per Bottle, or Six Bottles for S3.
Depot, No. 101 Dunne St., New York.
A Physician in attendance to answer corre
spondence ana give aavice gratis.
S3 Send stamp for pamphlets, free.
WM. PFUNDER'S DRUG STORE
HAS BEEN TRANSFERRED .FROM HIS
old stand, corner of First and Oak streets,
to tne Large ana Elegant store in uipiain aii
NEW MARKET THEATER REOCK,
Corner First and Ash streets,
Where he will be pleased to attend his numer
ous menus ana ine pudiic generally.
EB" Prescriptions, as heretofore, compounded
with the utmost care under the proprietor's
- -J. McCKAKEN & CO.,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
S), 52,51 AMNorth FrontSt.,Portland,Or.,
1 ORNTS FOR GILROY'S DUNDEE BAGS
J. and Bagging ; McMurray and W. K. Lewis
it liros.' uaseuoous; uswegoiungsioruBiarcn;
Hunnewell's Spices, Cream Tartar and Crys
talline Uli; uross uo-'sana cmory'sons
Candles: Salem Lead Co.'g White Lead. Also
for the following Flouring Mills : Magnolia,
tiianuara, ijeoanon, Auxnsvuie axiu juission,
N. B. Hrjeelal attention Dald to ShlD's bus!
ness and purchasing Cargoes of Wheat and
t lour. 4 m
ABSOLUTE DIVORCES OBTAINED FROM
Courts of different States lor desertion, etc:
No publicity required iNo charge until divorce-
gran Lea. Aauress, m. nuuoc, Attorney,
43 No. l! Broadway, N. Y.
No. MuchlncslNo. Machlnesllncreahe or De
sold In 1ST3. I sold In 1S71. crease.
LADD & TILTO&l,
1 jQl. 1ST DEC 3E3 IE. S ,
DEPOSITS RECEIVED AND ACCOUNTS
kept subject to check on draft.
INTEREST allowed on TIME DEPOSITS or
TRUST FUNDS, in sums of ONE DOLLAR
AND UPWARDS from date of deposit.
Muir.i iaiai, jj on approvea security.
Bonds. Stocks and other valuables receiver!
on deposit for safe keeping.
Collections made and proceeds promptly re
Investments In Real Estate and other DroD
erty made for parties.
Sight and Tefegrahlc Exchange on San Fran
cisco and the Atlantic States for sale.
Government securities bought and sold.
Agent for the transaction of nil kinds of Fi
nancial and Treat Business, nl
" II. McDOXALD,
AGENT TOR OREGON AND WASHINGTON
SELF"-REGULATING SIDE VANE AND
Rudderl Will water 400 head of cattle every
21 hours. Takes care of Itself In gales. Has
been tested seven years. Is used In all the
States and Territories. Reference is made to
W. C Goodrich, near Dayton, Yamhill county,
Oregon. Orders promptly attended to, and full
instructions given in putting mem up.
131 ii. MCDUiMALU, Agent.
LIVERY, HACK AND FEED STABLES,
Corner Second and Taylor Streets.
B-Reasonable Chanres for Hire. Particular
attention paid to uoaruing iiorses.
Calling,$l first hour; 50c each additional hour;
iviuing, 91 pernour;
To boats, 5o cents each passenger;
To and From Balls and Parties, SI 60 a conple.
I5B" Orders left at Stable, or Flshel A Roberts,
promptly attenuea to ai any ume. 4 iso
JOHXSON' & QUINS',
Stark street, between First and Second,
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER
In theLatest Style, and guaranteed to give
satisiaction. 4 -'1
UNION FISH MARKET.
Joun Mendenuali- A. K. CoLnURN.
MENDENHALL & COLBUKN,
(Successors to Jos. Qulnn),
FISH, GAME, POULTRY, AND OYSTERS.
Washington St, bet. First and Second.
FULL SUPPLIES-PROMPT ATTENTION-
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS.
C. F. STEWART,
First St, between Morrison and Alder,
' ' WATCH-MAKER AND JEWELER,
AND DEALER IN
Clocks, "Watches and Jewelers' Goods,
Repairing done as usual, and special atten
tion given to repairing opecuicies. ?
FITS CURED FREE I
ANY PERSON SUFFERING FROM THE
above disease is requested to address Dr.
Price, and a trial bottle of medicine will bo
forwarded by .Express,
The only cost being tho Express charges.whlch,
owing to my large Dusiness,are small.
jjr. i'rice nas maae tne ireauneni oi
FITS OR EPILEPSY
a study for years, and he will warrant a cure
by the use of his remedy. Do not fail to send
to him for a trial bottle; It costs nothing, and he
"WILL CURE YOU,
no matter of how long standing your case may
be, or how many other remeaies nave iaiieu.
Circulars ana testimonials sent wuu
FREE TRIAL BOTTLE.
Be particular to elve your Exnress. as well as
your post umce direction, ana auaress
uiu i.iLfU. i. rniub.
4-37-52t 67 William street. New York.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC
WILL OPEN ..
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1875,
Good Templar's IX all ,
Corner or Third and Alder streets.
Rates lor Private EessoiiM t
Piano-Forte, Organ, Violin or Harmony-
First Grade .......S 5 00 per month
.10 00 per month
Singing, Elocution or Calisthenics
First Grade ' S 5 00 rer month
Advanced Grades 10 00 per month
Rates for Class Instruction :
Singing, Elocution or Calisthenics -
Kindergarten Grade. $1 00 per month
All other Grades 2 53 per month
For further Information, apply to
J. B. McGIBENY, Principal.
Residence Corner Sixth and Jackson streets.
TR. CHAPMAN HAb REMOVED HIS OF-
jf nee to tne ftoutuwesi comer ui iiiurr,uii
nnil 171m, o twinl a iin.ifnM faimSfl tllA hall
from tho Photograph Gallery of Buchtel &
FISIIEL & ROBERTS,
The Leading Clothiers
Corner First nud Washington Street.
. 4 St
YOU CAN SAVE
JUL O JST 33 "3T
BY BUYING- YOUR
OREGON TRANSFER COMPANY
Office and Hack Stables,
S. "W. Cor. First nud Stnrk Sts.
Until further notice, our Carriage Rates will
be as follows :
Calling or Riding In City Llmlts.Sl per hour;
To or From Trains and Steamboats, 60 cents
To and From Concerts, Theaters, Balls and
Parties, $ 1 a conpl e ;
unerais, eacn nacs i per nour.
nas- All Orders riven to tho Drivers, or left at
the Office, will be promptly attended to Day or
Night. 4 38
OTXjEL aVT-A. JELl: TT3?
MURPHY & E0GERS,
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH
Meats kept constantly on hand consist
BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, VEAL, ETC.
Corned Reef Always on Hand. -
oar Stock boueht and sold. Orders from the
Remember the Place Corner Fourth
4 and E Streets. SO
EVEKDIXG & FARRELL,
WHEAT, OATS, HAY, AND FEED!
LSO, FOR SALE,
50,000 Second-Hand Sacks !
Portland, Alder and Front streets. '
riVITES HIS OLD PATRONS AND THE
Public genera'ly to call at his
NEW BUTCHER SHOP,
Washington st, one door east of Third.
W. B. CARDWELL,
Physician and Surgeon,
HAS REMOVED TO FIRST STREET, BE
tween Alder and Washington, two doors
north of First National Bank. 4 20
DIE. MARY A. THOMPSON,
PHYSICIAN AND ACCOUCHEUR
EESIDENCE AND OFFICE THIRD ST.
between Salmon and Main, opposite the
cans attenuea in any pan, oi lue city.
Batteries for sale, and Instructions given on
the use of electricity as a Remedial Agent, nl
J. N. DOLPIT.
C. A. DOLPII.
E. C BHOXAUGH.
DOLPH, BBOXACCn, DOLPII & SIMON,
ODD FELLOWS TEMPLE, PORTLAND.
8YT. C. SIMPSON. JOIIN B. WALDO.
SIMPSON & WALDO,
TTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW.
iloom .so. .1 uckuiu's .tsuuuing,
(Late of Portland),
BEGS TO INFORM HER FRIENDS AND
the public that she has
ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ROOMS
To let by the Day, Week or Month,
At SOS Mission Street, San Francisco.
rf THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE
of Oregon, forthecounty of Multnomah, ss.
Peter Fisher, Plaintiff, vs. Carrol 8. Myers, Ber
thn. Jane Mvers. Stanlev L. Myers. Louis D.
Myers and Mary Ann Myers, minor heirs of
Ellzaoein Lu myers, ueceasea, ana ADianam
Myers ana u. uicKinson, executor oi me last
will and testament of the said Elizabeth L.
Myers, deceased, and E. B. Babbitt and John
F. Miller, guardian at law or Carrol S. and Ber
tha Jane Myers, Defendants. To Carrol S. My
ers, one of the above-named defendants : In
the name of the State ot Oregon.yoaare hereby
rwmlreil in amear and answer the comdalnt
filed a?alnsL vou In the above entitled suit
within ten days from the date of the service of
(his summons UDon vou u servea wunin mis
county: or If served In any other county of this
Mtare. men wimin iweaty uavs irum me uaie
of the service of this summons upon you; or If
servea by publication, men in mac case yon
shall bd near and answer the complaint herein
filed against you by the first day of the term of
said uourt following me expiration oi me umu
prescribed In the order for publication, to-wlt,
the 11th day of October, 1875 ; and If yon fall so
to answer, for want thereof the Plalntlfl Trtll
talrn Inrtp-ment nnil 'ileerefl against you. fore
closing all your right, claim, lien and equity of
redemption In and to lot number lour (4) In
Hlrutb- nntnlwr tnrpntv.fnur (21) In the CltV Of
Portland, county of Multnomah, and State of
uregon, ana lor saie o.v ju, auwiuijig w
law. and for an application or the money aris
ing Vmm Rfiid sale to the payment of Plaintiff's
note and mortgage, to-wlt, $1,000, In U.S. gold
coin, and interest in like gold-coin at the rate
of twelve per cent, per annnm from the 20th
rinv of Seotember. A. D. 1875. and costs and dis
bursements, and judgment against the Defend
ant A. Myers for any deficiency which may re
main after applying all said moneys so appli
cable thereto, and for such other and further
renei as pertains to equity;
By order of E. D. Shattnck. Judge of paid
Court, mode on the 25th day of August, 1875, at
unamoers. jiahujn is mwatlk,
5-1 Attorneys for Plaintiff.
c"Ttr. Per Dav at home. Terms free.
U lo t3U Address G.Stihso.n 4 Co., Port
land, Maine. 4 s iy
Dr. J. Walker's California Tin
Cgar Bitters aro a purely Vegetable
E reparation, mado cMcfly from the nativo
erbs found ou tho lower ranges of the Sier
ra Nevada mountains of California, tho
medicinal properties of which are extract
ed therefrom rithout tho nso of AIcohoL
Tho question 13 almost daily asked, "What
is the cause of the unparalleled' success of
Vinegar Botees?" Our answer is, that
they remoro the causa of disease, and tho
patient recovers his health. They are the
great blood purifier and a life-giving prin
ciple, a perfect Renovator and Invigorator
of the system.., Never beforeinthehistory
of the world has a medicine been com
pounded possessing the remarkable qual
ities of VnfEQAB Botees in healing the sick
of every disease man is heir to. They are a
gentle Purgative as well as a Tonic, reliev
ing Congestion or Inflammation of the
Liver and Visceral Organs, in Bilious Dis
If men will enjoy good health, let
them use Vetegab Bittebs as a medicine,
and avoid the use of alcoholic etimulanta
in every form.
It- H. irjcDOXAEX) & CO..
Druggists and General Agent. San 1'rmncisoo, Califor
nia, and cor. Washington and Chariton Sta., New York.
Sola by all Druggists and Dealers.
FALL GOODS !
FLEISCHNER, MAYER & CO.'S
Xoi. 43 and 45 Front Street,
Infinite In Variety, .
Elegant In Quality,
Exnaustlcss In Quantity,
Unexceptional in Price.
Merchants from tho Interior are respectfully
requested 'to call and examine oar slock and
prices before purchasing their Fall Goods.
. A FIXE ASSOItTMEXT
Is now offered ror sale
AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES,
At the establishment of the new Arm or
F.LEISCHNEE, MAYER & CO.,
Nos. 43 and 45 Front street. . .
Call and make votir selections, or send In
your orders for Fall Millinery. 1 32
CHAN. II. DEXTER, LESSEE.
OPEN JUNE 10th.
ALISKY & HECELE'S
PREMIUM OAJfDT MANUFACTORY,
No. 107 First Street.
The only place to get the Justly celebrated
PAN ROASTS AND' OYSTER PATTIES.
EASTERN OYSTERS BY EVERY STEAMER.
THE CLARENDON HOTEL,
ZIEBER A KXOWI.ES, Proprietors.
Situated Opposite all the Railroad and
Street Cars pass the Honse every Ave minute
FREE COACH TO AND FROM THE HOUSE.
V. H. ANDRUS. T. E. McCajtekit.
THE OCCIDENTAL HOTEL,
(Kept on the European Plan),
Corner or First and Morrison Streets,
ANDRES .t McClFFEBTT, Proprietors,
4 Free Coach to and froni the Honse. GO
T7R0M AND AFTER THIS DATE, UNIIL
farther notice, the steamer
E. N. COOKE
"Will leave her dock, foot of F street, Every
iiay, (sunuay ttxcepieuj,
AT 2:30 P. M. FOR OREGON CITY.
Passengers for DAYTON and Intermediate
points will take the cars at PORTLAND at
730 a.m., connecting at CANEMAH on Hon
day, Wednesday and Friday of each week with
the steamer DAYTON.
Freight from Corvallls to Portland $2 00
Freight froni Albany to Portland 2 OU
Freight Irom Salem.' to Portland . 2 00
C5j- All Freight Delivered In Portland free o
GB-Freight Delivered at Astoria with Dis
patch and at the Lowest Kates.
3-5tT J. D. BILES, Agent.