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FRIDAY- APRIL 6, 1877.
Vacation In the public schools this
Graud Lodge I. O. 0. F. meets iu this
city on the 15th of May.
Ten marriage licenses were issued In
this county during March.
Rev. Mr. Pierce iuteuda leaving this
city about the 1st of May.
Lewis &. Strauss are opening a splen
did stock of spring goods. .Give them a
Judge Shattuck took his departure
for the East by the "City of Chester"
The Y. M. C. A. will receive a benefit
on the return of the Tennessee Jubilees
to this city.
The "United Irishmen" had a pleas
ant reunion at Good Templar's hall ou
Wm, Koehier advertises this week.
He is an excellent dentist as his many
patrous can testify.
Prof. Cardinell's soiree ou Saturday
evening was largely atteuded, well con
ducted, and enjoyable.
There are sixty pupils in attendance
upon the Bishop Scott Grammar School,
twenty of whom are boarders.
Dr. Littlefield, of this city, has been
indicted by the Grand Jury of Yamhill
county and placed under $1,000 bonds.
The most ingenious invention is Dr.
"Warner's Duplex Supporter, sold by
Mrs. Warner, Third street, near Morri
son. A little girl In East Portland was
scalded so severely on Sunday evening
that death resulted in twenty-four
Alf. Carr, indicted for violation of the
gambling law, has been discharged, the
prosecutiug witness failing to appear
The cakes, pies, bread, etc.. at the Em
pire Bakery are under the new manage
ment up to that of the former standard
Hons. J. K. Kelly and L. F. Grover
returned from their arduous (?) labors
iur au ungrateiut constituency, by tlie
"Rlrlor" flil n-ooL-
The meat shon corner of Fourth anil
E. streets lias been reopened to the great
uccommouauon oi u well era In the north
ern part of the city.
.there Is a rumor that Mr. Jos. Kuott
luteuus putting on a ferryboat to ply
between the foot of Clay street aud a
poiur, opposite ou tlie east bauk.
ine steamer "uuy or unester" was
visited bya large number of ourcitizens
ou Saturday. She is not nearly so large
ur uuuimouious as is me "Jiiaer."
Willie Reynard, the incorrigible, is
aguin uoiok peuauce in tne city jail iu
uelault of !2o0 bouds to answer before
tue grand jury to a charge of larceny.
William C. Morand was arrested by
Officer McCoy ou Friday of last week,
charged with the murder of Thomas D.
Davis. The arrest was made in Gar
diner. A three-mill tax was voted at the an
nual school meeting in Holladay's Ad
dition to East Portland, for the purpose
of building a school-house the coming
The Howe Sewlncr Manhinp f!nm
have removed their office to their large.
siore-roora in sect's building, on Sec
ond street. Remember the Howe is the
pioneer of all.
Deputy U. S. Marshal Burns has
brought down from Douglas county and
lodged in the city jail Mrs. Mary E.
Baker, charged with the manufacture
of counterfeit coin.
Any dairyman, farmer, or farmer's
wife who desires to purcbuse a "Granger
Churn" will do welt to call at this office
or communicate with us by letter.
Fresh butter at ruling prices will be
taken in payment.
The meeting of the Multnomah
County Equal Rights Association last
Saturday was interesting and well at
tended. Meeting as usual next Satur
day at the residence of Mrs. D. W. Wil
liams, West Park, between Taylor and
Yamhill streets, at 1:30 o'clock p. ji.
All are invited.
Rev. George C. Chandler, of Forest
Grove, is at present stopping in this
city. Although an invalid and deprived
by paialysis of speech, Mr. Chandler
attended service at the First Baptist
Church on Sunday. His appearance in
spires at once veneration, respect aud
Chas. W. Pope, a well-known citizen
or Oregon City, was drowned in the
Clackamas on the 28th ult. The body
was found on Saturday and the funeral
took place ou Monday. A wife and five
children, together with a large circle of
relations aud friends, mourn his un
The valedictory of W. Lair Hill, Esq.,
as editor of the Oregonian, appeared in
that journal on Saturday, and the salu
tatory of Hon. H. W. Scott following
on Monday. Mr. Scott assumes con
trol under happy auspices, and is
welcomed to the position by a host of
menus, uiu anu new.
The concert at the Taylor-street
Church ou Suuday eveuing was largely
f"fnj and extremely interesting.
"The Monument bf Truth" was built
by fifteen or sixteen youug ladies of the
Sunday School, appropriate texts from
ocripiure being recited at the placing of
eauu sioue in tue monument.
Mr. John Jaek has returned to this
city and will inaugurate a short dra
matic season at New Market Theater
commencing on the 7th Inst. His com
pany has been strengthened by the ad
dition of several new members. The
opening piece on Saturday evening will
be Brougham's play, "John Garth."
We call special attention to the ad
vertisement of Dr. Warner's Health
Corset. We will send one copy of the
Isew Northwest one year and one of
these Corsets post-paid to any address
on the receipt of $4 00. We cordially
recommend the article to our lady
friends, and feel confident they will
appreciate them after a very short
A very unusual degree of interest was
manifested in the school election in this
district last Monday. The number of
votes cast was 726. Mr. Morgan's ma
jority for director is 129. Mr. Murray
was chosen clerk by a majority of 103.
yuiteanumberof women availed them
11 Vll,theuptiVleSe wWcb widowhood
fhi, hoi.,efhood.a,ccorded tuen). "! let
question Pe tbem 0n the sc,1o1
Messrs. Goldsmith aud Teal have dis
posed of their interest In the Willam
ette Transportation and Locks Company
to H. W. Corbett and Henry Pailinjf
The property includes the locks at Ort
gon City, wharves, ware-houses and ba
sin, two large wharves and ware-houses
at Astoria, and also the steamers "Occi
int' ""Orient," "Willamette Chief,"
"Fannie Patton," "Champion," "Bo
nanza," "Dayton," "Alice," "E. N.
Cpoke," and "Ockiahama." The O. 8
if. Company still own the controlling
Miss Clara Dunlway offers her services to the
public as a Purchasing Agent. Orders for
every conceivable article or Ladies' and Chil
dren's Wear, or for Jewelry, Silver or PlaUd
ware, motions, Patterns, Musical Instruments,
etc, etc, will receive her prompt personal at
tention. Persons living at a distance will find
it to their advantage to send their orders. In
ordering millinery, ribbons, ties, eta, state the
age and complexion of wearer, color of hair
and eyes, style of features, and how the hair is
worn. No order attended to unless accom-
panled by the cash, and all transactions to be
considered final. The same conscientious care
will be exercised in making purchases as
though the owner were present, and Miss Dun
way's acquaintance with the trade will always
enable her to secure honorable bargains.
Terms of commission, five per cent. Ladles
writing for information concerning prices
styles, etc, 'must inclose a stamp to pay return
The Ajiebicajt Newspaper Dibectoby 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 DieectobyTo
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. Rowel 1 fc 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 the Immense body of ad
vertisements it receives. 4 26
A Sense of Weariness
Is often felt by persons who cannot locate any
particular disease. II they wort, It becomes
labor; if they walk, they soon tire; mental ef
forts become a burden, and even Joys are
dimmed by the shadow of this weakness which
Is cast over their lives. Recourse is had some
times to stimulants of a dangerous character.
The advice of physicians to refrain from active
labor produces no happy results. Why 7 The
system is debilitated and needs to be built up
properly. Peruvian Sirup will do this very
thing. Like the electric current, it permeates
the entire system, and harmonizing with the
corporeal functions, it raises up the enfeebled
and brings the color to the cheek again, and
hope to the despondent. It does its work
promptly and well. Sold by all druggists.
Do It at Once!
If a tithe of the testimonials now on hand of
the value of Dr. Wistae's Balsam of Wild
Cherry should be published, no one would
stop to read the bulky volume. Ask any drug
gist and he will tell you that this Balsam Is a
real blessing to all affected with throat or lung
diseases. All kindred affections, including
Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Croup, Hoarseness,
Plain In the Chest, and Bleeding of the Lungs,
yield to Its wonderful power. AVe advise any
one urea or experimenting with Physicians'
prescriptions or quack medicines to drop them
at once ana use this Balsam of Wild Cherry.
Sold by all druggists. 28
A Valuable Discovery. Dr. J. P. Miller, a
practicing physician at 327 Spruce street.Phlla
delphla, 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.
Mr. Hendee is in town and Is taking clotures
in all styles of the art, and has all the advant
ages of easy access to his Gallery aud tne best
light In the State, and takes as good pictures as
any other man and at as reasonable prices, and
is always ready and good-natured. Please call
and test his ability. Gallery In the middle of
the block, First street, between Morrison and
Yamhill, Portland, Oregon. 6-21
MART F. FOSTER,
Commission Merchant and Purchasing Agent,
is prepared to make purchases In New York
and other cities, on order, ofall goods, jewelry,
groceries, etc, on commission of 5 per cent, for
S. of L and 10 per cent, for others outside of
tlie Order. West India preserves and Mexican
conserves. Address P. O. Station "D." New
Pike's Toothache Drops cure in one minute.
NEW THIS WEEK.
D. W. TERWILLIGER & CO.,
Cor. Fourth and E streets, Portland, Ogn.,
RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE PUBLIC
thatthey keep constantly on hand a full
MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
R3TOrders dellvpnvl in nil nnrtenrcna.nir
free of charge. g-S0
c. o. T. WILLIAMS.
WILLIAMS & FULLER,
Bread, Cakes, Pastry, Pilot Bread,
Soda, Picnic, Butter, Boston,
Sugar and Slioe Fly
JENNY LIND CAK3, GINGER SNAPS, ETC.,
31 Washington street, Portland Ogn.
B6B-Orders from the Trade solicited. 6-30
DR. WM. KOEHLER,
DENTAL ROOMS First street, between Mor
rison and Yamhill, Monnastes' Block, Port
land, Oregon. 6-30
NEW MARKET THEATER.
LESSEE AND MANAGERMR. JOHN JACK
Mr. John Jack respectfully announces a short
and Brilliant Season or
Thirteen Nights and Three Matinees!
SATURDAY, APBH 7, 1877.
Return of the Accomplished and very Success
ful Actress and Vocalist,
MISS ANNIE FIRMIN!
And the Popular Character Actor,
MR. JOHN JACK!
Who will be supported bya full cast of first
The GreatWallack's TEeater.NewYork, Success
JOHI3 GARTH !
Saturday Afternoon and Evening.
PRICES AS USUAL. Box Sheet at Gray's
o Music Store. 30
1723. TT.OTTt G
WAS AWARDED THE
At the Centennial Exhibition. 1876.v and has
always carried off the highest hon
ors wherever exhibited.
A Compact, Simple, Durable. Light-
Running and Efficient "Lock
Stitch " Machine
Adapted to the wants of Everybody
No Home Complete Without One,
Emphatically the Machine
for the People.
WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS!
Send for prices and samnles of work done on
the Home, or call at any of our offices.
JOHSSOX, CLARIS A CO,.
30 UNION SQUARE,
South Fifth street, St. Louis, Mo.
Washington street, Boston, Mass.
State street, Chicago, Illinois.
111 Second Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa.
17 N ew Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cat
G. W. Traver, corner of Morrison and Third
streets, Portland, Oregon.
FISH EL & ROBERTS
HAVE REMOVED TO THEIR
'JEW AND ELEGANT STORE.
Corner First anil Alder streets,
Where they will be pleased to see their old
ana new customers.
STOCK OP CLOTHING
New, Elegant and Stylish.
MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT
Is supplied with the best and latest Styles of
ENGLISH & FRENCH GOODS,
AND OUR NEW FEATURE,
Are the Latest Importation.
We guarantee to sell our Stock
LOWER THAN EVER,
And shall aim to nlea.se our mistnmnrc in
First Street, bet. Ash and Pine,
TJESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES TO THE
J.V public that he is closing out his stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
GEO. B. CAPES.
GEO. B. CAPEN & CO.,
Cor. First fc Salmon Sts., Portland Or.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
In all kinds of
Boys' Boots and Shoes
For the Oregon and Northwestern trade.
Particular attention paid to country dealers,
as we manufacture a class of goods well suited
to country trade.
All work warranted.
eOrders solicited. r-19
Cor. Fonrth and A Sts.
THE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEASURE
to announce to his friends, acquaintances,
and the public in general, that be has re
opened the above Bakery, where he always
will keep on hand an assortment of
CRACKERS, BREAD. CAKES, AND PAS
TRIES, Of all kinds. All orders promptly attended
to. HARM AN & LERAMN.
FIEISCHNEE, MAYER & CO.,
NOS. AND 15 FRONT STREET,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
MR. MAYER HAS MADE VERY EXTEN
slve purchases of a lull line of
Direct from the Manufacturers and Importers
In New York. Our Stock will consist ot the
latest styles and shades of
JTentliers and Flumes,
Ribbons, Flain, Gros Grain "and Fancy,
Silks, Velvets, etc., etc.,
To which we Invite the attention of the Mill!
ney Trade of Oregon and Washington Terri
Being the only Wholesale House In the State
Importing MILLINERY GOODS direct from
New York, we will be prepared to offer extra
Inducements to our Friends and Patrons.
OFFICE FRONT STREET.
One door north of American Exchange Hotel.
Information Free to Immigrants.
FARMERS, MANUFACTURERS. MILL
men, and others, are requested to assist the
society by notifying the Secretary when they
need Laborers, Lumbermen, Mechanics or
INDS FOR S ALE
The Society litis the following- REAL ES
TATE In Its bands Tor Sale :
In Yamhill countv. IS miles frnm IMHnn.
vllle; 150 acres under cultivation and 173 acres
of good pasturage. The farm has good running
water and excellent springs; also timber
euougn ior practical purposes, a rolling sur
face and good drainage. There are good neigh
bors In the vleinlfv. Prlco on not-
terms, one-half cash, balance on credit at long
In Washington county; 120 acres ofBeaver dam
land with no timber or hmeh nn it- ohnnt jn
acres of heavy timber, balance open hazel
brush land. There Is a good Barn and Log
house on the place; also a fine young orchard
and 16 acres of Timothy meadow. The land is
nearly all under fence, and it can easily be
made one ofthe flnestfarms in Oregon. Price,
On the Columbia Bottom. ?n miipa nnrth
Portland, and 2 miles from landing place of
River, a navigable stream, crosses the place.
It Is one of the best dairy farms In the country.
Two hundred, and sixty acres of this tract Is
good pasture and meadow land, and will be
sold separately or with part or all or the bal
ance, which is timber.
frlce for the meadow and rn.iture. is iwi-
mi uiuucrt9i w per acre. rice ror
the whole tract, 30,500. Terms, two-thirds cash.
oaiance on lime, Good buildings on the place.
March 7, 1877. t-27
DR. WARNER'S HEALTH CORSET;
lift SKirt Sniporter &
of Ilody, with
i race ana
Beauty of form
Three garments ill;
one. Approved Ljf
Short front. Lone front.
Was awarded the Gold Medal at the Centen
nial Exhibition for being the most healthful
Over three million are now worn. The Child's
Waist is a model of perfection. If no agent Is
near you.l will send by mail, post-paid, one
Health Corset, $1 75, and one Misses Corset
$1 25, or one Child's Waist, SI 50, complete
with two nalr of Stocklncr8urjnnrtrs
gold. State whether Long or Short Front Cor
set is desired. Regular sizes run from 18 to 30.
Misses Corsets and Children's Waists n r
20 to 27 inches. Sizes 31 to 33, White or Brown
are twenty-five cents extra. Send monev bv
The latest and mest complete invention is
Dr. Warner's Nursing Corset, which excels for
comfort and convenience, and supports the
Breast. Sent by mail, post-paid, for $2 00 cur
rency. MRS. M. A. WARNER.
Says Mrs. J. S. Make. M. D "n w..,.
Health Corset Restores the Inst Tipvoinnn-.
ofthe bosom; they are constructed on nhvsin
loglcal principles." f w
BSTIwill send by mail, post-paid, five irreat
American Twenty-five Cent Stationery Vrlxr
Packages lor $1 00 currency. e
107 Third Street,
Offers for sale a lull assortment of
Corsets, Dress Goods,
Underwear. Finn WI.Wa r.,-',t
Gents' and Boys' Linen B Shirts,
. . Embroideries and Trimmings
Silk and Lace Ties, Lace CurtalnsT '
a -P't"8'.?'0- , PIai10 and TabIe Covers,
And Domestics of every description, at lowest
ST. B. Good Business Stand to !... at
Room, No. 105 Third street. Eighty feet
deep, and, if desired, apartments up stairs for
dwelling. Rent moderate. Also twelve nice
rooms Tor office and one overhead. Enonlra
of JOHN WILSON?
-23 lOTThird street.
DR. C. G, GLASS.
Office Corner of First nnrt start-
E. Cahalln'a boot and shoe store.
uuice ours-iu:ao a. m. to 4 p, and 630 to
SHERMAN & HYDE,
Corner of Kearny and Sutter Streets,
123 First Street, Corner Jlorrlsou,
Importers, Publishers, and Dealers In
sheet music, music BOOKS,
These Sunerb Instruments have achieved a
success unparalleled In the history of Plano-
rorie jianaiaciure. xney are remarieaDie ior
Great Volume, Purity and Sweetness of Tone,
The Most Desirable Instruments in the market
for church and parlor. Over 28,000 now in user
SHERMAN .t HYDE,
iLLsrcTACTUszas or thz
Instrtunents Sold on Easy
We have constantly on hand a good assort'
ItELLA-BLE CHEAP PTANOS,
Made from the best seasoned material, and
Prices as low asr -worthless Pianos are sold for
Call and see us before purchasing.
TTEADQUARTERS OF ALL THE LEADING
JJL MusioTeachers and Bray's Quadrille Band,
Professor Parrlsh, Prompter. Also, music ar
ranged lor brass and string bands. Instru-
u aeiucieu ior persons wisning to purcnase.
Orders to be left with SHERMAN HYDE.
corner Flint and Morrison streets.
Also, headquarters of the Northwestern Band,
Parrott, Leader. 5-2S
Just the thing.
An Immense Stock.
y A. JVC Y GOODS I
Etc., Etc, Etc,
At Mcirman's Dollar Store.
QREGOU TRANSFER COMPANY
Office and Hack Stables
S. VT. Cor. First and Stark Sts.
All business entrusted to us will be executed
wlti'i cure and dispatch.
Orders for Unci s Promptly Attended to, Day
CAPLE? & MULKEY,
Room No. 5, Odd Fellows' Building',
WILL GIVE PROMPT AND PERSONAL
attention to business intrusted to their
A. C. WALLINC,
Book and Job Printer,
PITTOCK'S BUILDING, "UP-STAIR8
Corner Front and Start streets,
ork dona at REASONABLE KATES. 2-38
It, (i- BEX, 51. D. .
Office and Residence Corner Morrison and
Office Hooirs Prom 1 p. n. to 7 p. it, except
Wednesday)! and Saturdays 8 A. it. to 12 M.
EW ILLUSTRATED POEM.
"In with you, man !" Pel'tiah said.
"You'd better try to earn your bread
Than like the birds to bill and coo !
'Twill do for them to sigh and woo,
For they have nothing else to do."
DAVID AID ANNA MAT-SCOT,
By Mrs. -AJbigail Seott Dnniway,
Editor "New Northwest," Portland, Oregon,
WITH BEAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATIONS, AND ELEGANTLY BOUND.
A new epic, from a vigorous and skillful pen, on a subject which occupies a large place in the
social discussions of the day. The subject la. taken from Mr. Whittier's short narrative of "Da
vid Matson," with which the reader is probably familiar. David Matson, a Merrlmac sailor,
was captured by the Algerines (during one of his voyages) and sold into slavery. After many
years he obtained release and was on his way to the home of his boyhood, when he fell In with
his old employer, who Informed him that his wife, believing him dead, had remarried, and,
stunned by his trouble, he surrendered all claim as husband and father to the man who bad
stepped into his place, and departed. Mrs. Dunlway has found a theme in this story with
which her heart beats in warmest sympathy, and her lines flow on in the smooth cadence in
dicative ofthe fullest accord. She pictures the gentle, tender, trustful Anna and the wily, cov
etous Pelatiah In vivid colors; and how years of poverty and longing, and the cries of the hun
gry boys, compelled poor Anna to yield to Pelatlah's Importunity,
My poor, unmated dove," said he,
" And look henceforth for love to me."
A little further on he says:
" Become my wife and you shall be
Made happy through prosperity,"
Whila, If she persists in declining his advances, wolf-like, he threatens to abandon her to star
vation and cold. And this Pelatiah was a "deacon,"
" In exhortations deep and loud."
The wanderings of David, his captivity, release, hapless interview with Pelatiah, discovery ot
Anna's second wifehood, and his sad going back to Algeria, are all told so pathetically that our
leellngs ai e deeply enlisted. No one, with any true sentiment, can read the poem without be
ing thoroughly stirred. The illustrations are in admirable keeping with the passages they are
designed to portray, and a fine engraving of the author is a fitting frontispiece. The subject
spirit, fire and passion ofthe poem should give it an extensive reading, aside from the Interest
which the literary reputation of the author must awaken in it. As a specimen of book-making
the volume Is certainly beautiful, and would adorn any center-table.
We know ot no work so well adapted as a holiday present. It Is printed on heavy tinted pa
per and most beautifully bound, pilce,$2 00; full gilt extra, $2 50. For sale by book-sellers, or
by mall, post-paid, by
S. E. WELLS & Co., Publishers, 737 Broadway, New York.
OFFICE OF THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Corner Tnmlilll nnd Flrct Sts., I'ortlnml, May 27, 1875.
THE SBICER STILL TRIUMPHANT I
Name of Company and Machine.
The Singer Manufacturing Company
Wheeler fc Wilson Manufacturing Company
Howe Sewing Machine Company (estimated)..
Domestic Sewing Machine Company
Grover & Baker Sewing Machine Company
Weed " " "
Wilson " " "
Wilcox & Gibbs " " "
American B. H. " " "
Florence " " "
Victor " " "
.astna, J. E. Brannsdorf fc Co
FAY & MANNING,
FLOUR OF ALL GRADES,
Selected Teas, Pure Coffees and Spices,
BUTTER AND CHEESE
From the Best Dairies,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC FRUITS,
Canned Fruits and Vegetables,
And a full variety of other goods usually kept
In a first-class store.
Corner E nnd Third streets.
Goods promptly delivered, free of expense.
S EJ :
ANEW STOCK OF
FIELD, FLOWER, AND GARDEN SEEDS
TTAVE JUST BEEN RECEIVED AND ARE
JlL for sale by
HACHENEY & STEMME,
Corner First andTaylorstreets.Fortland.Ogn.,
FOR THE BEST
. GO TO
Buchtel & Stoltc's
PALACE OF ART,
Comer ot First and Morrison streets, Portland,
6 Oregon. 3
Eastern and Shoalwater Bay
IN EVERY STYLE,
ALISKY & HECELE'S
PREMIUM CANDY MAjnTFACTOKT,
First St., bet. Alder nnd Morrison.
Bit. J. G. GLENN,
Southwest corner First and Yamhill
No. MachlneslNo. Machlnesllncrease orDe-
soia in IS73. sold in crease.
BARBER & NICKLIN,
(Successors to J. H. Hatch,)
No. 109 First street, Portland, Oregon.
THE UNDERSIGNED, IN TAKING LEAV1.
of Portland, returns his sincere thanks for
tne liberal patronage that has been bestowed,
and would bespeak for his successors n contin
uance of the same. Both Drs. Barber & Nlck
lin are gentlemen In every way worthy of any
confidence that may be placed in them, and as
such I can conscientiously recommend them
to my former friends and patrons.
6-21 J. H. HATCH.
C. AT. WIBERG,
No. 103 Front Street, Portland,
HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE LOT OF
the Latest Styles of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Such as Men's Centennial and Broadway Ties,
Ladles' and Children's (Gray Bros, and Sollera
A Co.'s) Button, Lace, and Congress Boots. All
will be sold at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
N. B. All goods on hand previous to January
1st, 1876, will be sold at 20 per cent, below cost.
SCIIADE A CO.,
DYERS AND SCOURERS,
173 Second St., between Main and Salmon,
LADIES' DRESSES, CLOAKS, MANTILLAS,
and Damask Curtains colored in the best
style. Boys' and Men's clothing cleaned and
dyed, and prices reduced. 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. 6-21
Foot ot Y mhlll street.
SORENSEN & TAYLOR.
ALL KINDS OF WOOD,
Sawed and nnsawed, constantly on hand, and
5 delivered to any part ofthe city. 27
CHRIS. S CLOTH
TNVTTES HIS OLD PATRONS AND THE
JL Public generally to call at his
NEW BUTCHER SHOP,
Washington st,, one door east of Third.
STONE, THE JEWELER,
TO FIRST AND MORRISON STS.
T. A. nX'BRTDE,
Attorney -at -Law,
Office In Monnastes' Brick, First St., Portland,