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About The new Northwest. (Portland, Or.) 1871-1887 | View This Issue
. KAY 1$, 1880.
lira. Sr. Nonage leaves for tbp East
A Rod and Gun Ciab ba been or
ganised in this city.
Dr. Bowlby. of Forest Grove, was in
in otty on Tuesday.
W. R. Danbar. Esq., of Goldeodale,
W. T., bas been iu the city tbis weak.
Tli nl nrnnxxls of the tWO entertain
Menu by the Olympic Clnb were $000.
Senator G rover and his wife are both
wider treatment at Wilmington, jmm
The eenaos enumerators of MMtoo-
mab are all Republicans except w. J.
A "Javenile Pinafore" is promise.! at
Mrs. McLennan's benefit to-morrow
Uim Sarah Tutbill appeared for tbe
lost time on Saturday before a row sod
Mr. E. B. Watson, one of tbe Repob
lican candidates for Supreme Judge, is
la tbe city.
Hon J. F. Caples will deliver the
oration at the Htate f air ou tue round
of July this year.
Messrs. Bynon & Steel, or tbis city,
are engaged in getting up a business di
rectory of tbe State.
Tbe railroad and steamboat companies
will Issue half-fare tickets to and from
Portland on Decoration Day.
There Is no truth in tbe rumor that
Sam Parrisb has been hanged by the
minors at tbe Monumental mine.
'TbeQ-street bridge over Coach's Lake
win probably not be completed until
after the subsidence of tbe Jane freshet.
Owimr to the mi Deri or finish and excel
lence of work, A bell stands pre-eminent
as a photographer. Uive him a
Daring a row on Tuesday afternoon in
a sllsrepatable Third-street boose, a
aamee U iveete was snot in toe
Miss Nellie J. Thurman, after a pro
tracted aleknem of two years, died In
this elty last Httunliy. Her age was
Doig, pilot of H e Republic when she
was wrecked, Is now master of the
Pelican, on the Central Amer:-
Tbo Seventh Day Ailveutists will hold
their annual eoufereiice and camp-meet-hg
in Salem daring tl.e week ending
There are 139 census !i-tticts in Ore
gon. Tbe appointment for the State
have all been made, except those for
E. W. Asdmuod was ruu over by the
train between the Upper and the Lower
Cascades on Sanday eveuing, and was
Knott Bros, have made a needed itn
provewent at tbe Stark-street ferry slip
'an adjustable pontoon, rising aud fall
ing with the water.
Mr. George I. Rines, son of John
Bines, died in this city last Kit unlay,
leaving a wife and one child. Ilia mal
ady was ooneaaapUon.
"Sioee I aaed Waaler's Oregon Wood
Purifier, myself aud children enjoy ex
cellent health," says Judge Capita, the
terror of all miscreants.
Tbe Republican State Central Com
mittee will to-day nominate candidates
for State Printer and Prosecuting Attoi
uey of the Fifth District.
A eentleman, writius from a point on
the Upper Colombia, advice everyb-iiy
to make preparation for a larger tl - d
than wefcever known here. j
Mr. Ik H. Darlington, special eorre-
spoodetlt of the New York Herald, is
visiting Oregon , sutl will "write up" the
State for the Journal lie represents. i
Two Chinamen had an encounter on 1
Friday night last about a woman, and ,
both were badly injured. However, 1
the will not "eo." at thev are recover- i
A little 1'iy named Krauee was
drowned in Kust Portland on last Friday, j
Toe distracted mother recovered tue
body, bat all etlorts at resuscitation
It is state' that the case of Stearns vs.
Bead baa been settled satisfactorily to
both parties, aud that Mr. D. H. Stearns
will resume control of tbe Iktily Dec
Mrs. K. O. White, of Battle Creek,
Mieb., a noted advocate of Christian
temperance aud kindred work, will be
In attendance at tbe Ad ven tints' camp
meetiag In Salem.
The Oregon Steamship Company's
elegant vessel, tbe Columbia, has sailed
from Kew York for Portland. She U the
ft aeet vessel afloat, the acknowledged
queen of tb ocean. ,
Robert Irving i President, E. T.
Howes Secretary, E. J. Jeffery Treas
arer, and M. F. Sbeehau Foreman of
Couch Eagiue Company No. 6, which
was organized a few days ago in North
Miss Augie L. Ford, M. D., has re
moved ber residence ie No. 91 West
Park street (corner of Stark). She Mill
retains ber office in Monaastes's Build
ing, on First street, between Morrison
Those who wish an excellent salt of
clothing, guaranteed to give perfect sat
isfaction as to price, quality and fit,
should call on V. H. Utter, with W. J.
Qui no, who has re-opened at lits old
stand, 28 Stark street.
A cigar, loaded with a dynamite car
tridge, was given to Purser Phillips, of
the steamer Orient, on Toesday, by a
stranger who asked him some questions
about the boat. Mr. P. lighted It some
time afterward, and in a few minutes
the explosion occurred, badly maits-liiir
bis left band, and patting out bis left
eye. Had the cigar been In his month,
death would have resulted. This cow
ardly attempt at murder Is thought to
have been made to get Mr. P. out of tbe
way, Ite beiug an important witness in
a criminal case.
Magnetic Healer. Dr. James
Kietb, a plain and unpresomlng man,
whose mission seems to consist in "go
inc about doing good." is at present In
-this city, engaged In canvassing for
books for daily bread. He bas exhib
ited in tbis office a large number of
testimonials from persons of good stand-
lug wbo claim to have been cured, some
of uaialvsts. some of rheumatism, at I
some of cancer even, by his metfrod of
laying on of bands. The Doctor has tie
office In the city, but wishes to announce
that he will answer at residences apy
calls by note dropped in the jtost office,
and will make no charge for a call when
not employed as a btale..
Bishop Simpson preached to 8,000
persons in music nan, oiuciuinu, -Sunday,
and tuauy could not gain ad
mission. His sermon, on the 'Growth
and Ultimate Triumph ol Christianity,'
was applauded frequently.
McLean county. Ills., Bartered $100,000
uatnsgee by a cyclone ou xuesuay.
Florida Republicans are for Grant.
Tbe sum of $34,000 will be allowed
for the expenses of tbe Chinese Com
Postmaster-General Key will not ia
lerfere with Weils, Fargo & Co's letter
Suit to oust Mayor Kallocb of San
Francisco baa been commenced In tbe
Postmaster James of Kew York will
probably be appointed to the Postmaster-General's
Nevada Republicans have instructed
for Blaine as long as bis name is before
the Chicago Convention.
Admiral Am men is still working on
his eanal scheme, and has obtained con
cessions from Nicaragua.
Six men were killed at Baltimore
yesterday while foolishly crushing a
shell with a sledge-hammer.
The Renabliaans assured a maioritv
of the offices la the, recent municipal
election at Virginia City, Nevada.
A nearo was lianmd t Fort Worth.
Texas, on the 8th, for outraging a while
woman, her father preparing the noose
for hie eek.
A by in Kentucky shot and killed
tbe father of a rirl he had seduced, was
acquitted of tbe crime, and then married
tbe girl in the eoart-room.
Tbe Wy man murdercase was abroDtlv
elosed, for tbe present, in Patersnn, N.
J., last Saturday, one of the jurors hav
ing been drtveu insane by the proceed
ings. Thus fsr America has contributed
about $1000.000 toward the relief of
starving people in Ireland. The c.ntri-
outloas nave teen In money, provisions
The .Methodist Conference at Cincin
nati is in favor of establishlnr educa
tional jtaaUintlons on a secure flosueial
beats, land keeping tbera strictly de
It is now said that tbe Democrat will
attempt to regulate tbe pay aud ap
pointment ot deputy marsnais oy oirect
legislation, their rider on the appropri
prlation bill having failed.
The Republicans of Cook county, Ills.,
(of which Chicago Is tbe county seat)
will send two delegations to the State
Convention, one solid for Grant and
tbe other opposed. The Convention
will decide which delegation Is entitled
The row between tbe railroad com
pany aud tbe settlers near Hanford,
Cal., has culminated in a fight, In
which three settlers were killed and
several wounded. One of theeompany's
men was killed and another fatally
The United States Engineers have
submitted their reports on tbe locatiou j
of the Pacific Coast Harbor of Refuge.
Three of them favor Port Orford. where ;
the cost'will be nearly $9,000,000, while
the fourth, In a minority report, strongly 1
recommends Trinidad, Cal. j
The coroner's jury, holding an Inquest '
on tlie Madison Square disaster at New
York, condemned the Harlem Railway '
Company for tbe manner in which tbe ,
building was constructed, and censured
the Department of Balldlngs for per
mitting tbe addition to be built contrary
The M. E. Conference at Cincinnati
has decided to elect four Bishops. John
F. Hurst, Cyrus D. Foes and Henry W.
Warren were chosen, and a colored man
may be elected for tbe fourth. Tbe
Conference bas adopted a resolution
complimentary to Mrs. Hayes and tbe
social atmosphere of the Wbite House.
Tbe company wbicb recently occupied
the boards at New Market was at Walla
Walla at last accounts. John S. Lind
say is acting as manager.
Miss Josie Cameron and Mr. Barton
Hill sailed on tbe last steamer for San
Francisco, notwithstanding It was an
nounced tbat "Manager Maguire bad
encaged them for a four-weeks season"
in Portland and Walla Walla. The "en
gagement" appears to have been very
To-morrow evenloe Kew Market will
doubtless be well filled, it being tbe oc
casion of Mrs. Kate MeLennao's benefit.
Tue Telegram says she bas bad but two
weeks' salary in six months. Although
on the stage for ten years, this is the
first time sbe bas asked the assistance of
tbe public. A genuine "Juvenile Piua
fore" will be given, with Little Dot as
Josephine. This will be followed by
the farce of "Nan tbe Good for Noth
ing," in which it is announced tbat
Mrs. McLennan will appear for the last
time befure a Portland audience.
Why should we, tbe people of the Pa
cific Coast, auy longer be pestered with
worthless nostrums made fifty years ago
east of tbe Rocky Mountains, and that,
too, by persons who never even knew
chemistry by Its name proper, much less
Ite wonderful workings? This question
suggested itself years ago to Win. Pfun
der, tbe only operative chemist iu Ore
gon. Tbe result was tbat tbis geutle
uian applied himself to a great and
tedious research of the different vegeta
tions growing in immense quantities
In this Slate, bat shedding until his
discoveries all their virtues from year
to year to mother earth. His tedious
researches, scientific applications and
proper combinations culminated in the
production known to-day as tbe Oregon
Blood Purifier a purely vegetable com
pound, ready for use, ami very efficient
iu almost all Liver complaints and
Kidney disorders. Ask your druggist
for It. .
NEW THIS WEEK.
MISS DR. AH6IE L. FORD.
OFFICE Ttnnrfli 1 mwA ft Unnaerl T7-.iM.1
In. IU7 cd lrH First street.
KfcMiKNOE No. 91 Wert Park street (cor
ner of srork .
mw Sppr- tl HiuniK.n tiveo m DImavs ol
W'omt n an.I l nlMrt n. myl
r-T THE OOTOTT OOUBT OF THE STATE
Of Oregon fbr the eoaxitjr of Maltnomah.
In Um mmS4r of Lhe entMtm of P. W. Davis, tie
ceed. To Jmrncut A. Dvl,ii-inita Ann N-won,
jiomu uaTiH, iT-gn wTwua wen'ieii lmvis
belmr P. W. DatH, decettiwil. In the nam or
the Hii ?e of Oregon: By ordr of liie hUivi
entitli Court, majc oh the 5tl. ta ol May. A.
I. M. "o are hereby rtt-tl -riuireU to
nppear l"tort ttio Jti.te oi ilii ' urt nt t'i
Court-rtH.m thereof, in !h. i ' of IN.iilantl
ooutl! M l ;fort". ti 1, ou I Ti tl.iv of
Jaty, X. i. i.-SJ, iit lUi? hour til ten Uuj 't K.'k
In the ton next a ot niM Ufty, then and there to
sttoif r;.ue. If any exitt why an order iibonld
not bt granted by t hi Court to Hannah M.
iMviff, AdminUtratrlx of i:ittl t ;ate. to ftell all
the rrnl ehlAte be!oni:i!ic to wti.1 fljt-,
namely: Ixt one (1 in Blocfe one hundred
and ninety-eiffht l6t in the cltv of lor(Iand,
Multnom ill County, Stale of jron, it beint
a pairvl of rotin l ji tv ! f. I'liiiun i:oii
Hall autt rx eiith Mret-t in naid Uy, eucltsttl
by a iM'-lit t .i'ii doir-l U nr haMtt a on-
atory h u duliiTiij-iiu-t- t rt-vu t hT"ti.
In order to pav and saiufy the el aim and
ehr;t: acaiiiit 'Hid etar. av in her plitIon
died In il.K Cour' on (lie- 4ln day ol Mnyv .V V.
1SS0, jr.t t J for.
Willi tt c lT-no.!1 V. Tl re.
.Itidjt of i he ' mi.' t r.'ir r oi t . "M.iU
ol t ,','.i.i lor Hi- Couui of Valmo
sei m.th, w!h tbe seal oi .tid Court u
nr I. tl ) Vh dav of May. A. It. I w).
JAMh A. SMITH, Citrk,
mjt by A. E. liortUwlck, lxrimiy.
Established in 1871.
87 sat 69 First Street
86 -and 88 Secena Street,
CROCKERY, BUSS & PLfeTED WARE,
An Immense Assortment.
FANCY GOODS, TOYS, NOTIONS,
LAMPS, LAMP STOCK, CHANDKLIBBS,
BRACKETS, FRAMES, MIRRORS.
CROQUET SETS, BIBD CACHES,
BBY CARRIAGES, ETC., ETC
rrHE MACKINAW HAT H THE MOST
X durable Hummer Hat manufactured. It
w II I not spoil by rain, and lain the long run
r. cheapest Hammer Hat made. The genuine
ti. Uie beht, and only for sale at
131 1'rsnt Htreel. nnit ICS 1'irtt Street.
BARTSCH'S MUSIC STORE,
143 First Street, Portland,
i'iieral V-jeiit lor
Kranlra A Jiach.Kriml C.abler Noiv.Scnlc
Upright 11 h ho a nil KnrleC t Orarnxs.
Instruments sold on the Installment plan.
Sheet Mumc, Book and Musical Merchandise.
Catalogue iurnUtied on application. Country
onlerx promptly attended to.
S3Tuning und Repairing a Specialty, myl
STEAM CARPET GLEANING
X. JtVI.V. lrprl4or.
Blankets Scoured, R cached and Re-napped,
MaUreMiei and Feathers Renovated.
LoceCurtainn and shade ampeelalty.
And Carpet Re-nued and Be-laid.
War ha niad of Jesferson Stcwet,
(On Cm: yon Road.)
ea-Bell Telephone and Order Slate at
Child Drug Slore, corner Second and Morri
son streeta; aim, at IHtwerVt Furniture Ktors,
First and Yamhill Mn-r ts. myl
LIVERY, HACK AND FEED STABLES,
for. 8eeml mil! Tnylnr MrcetH.
Reasonable Cbarsea for Hire and Boarding.
Back orden promptly attended. Day or Nlgtak
W01VAKI A MAOOO.V. lrop'.
MEW ENGLAND MARKET
Corner of Xnrtb raarth and E ssrse.
IX THIS MVKKET YOU WILL KIND AT
all times, and at the LOW KMT POSSIBLE
fRICKM, Freh. Hntoked and Halt MeaU. Poul
try, Lara and Alao Henry Amen A Co.'s
Staadmrd 8t. Labia Hnsnrsrared Bum, aatl
Jamea E. Boyd's Kxtra Omaha Hubs the
Piatt Valley brand.
STGIve as a rail
(MS NEW EN'GMXIl MARKET.
rpHE LACKS' EMPuRIIJM.KSTABUSHED
A at ll Front street, near Alder, la becoming
one of the Inctltntlons of Portland. Lsdles'
Underwear, Laeea. m broideries. Wools, Zeph
yrs, Chenilles, BrlMol and Card Board a Spec
ially. Best amurtment of Relief Pictures,
Rurhlngs, Handkerchief, etc In fart, almost
everything needtti by the Ladles for fancy
work und article of vertne can be fonnd at
Oarrlson'ii Kmporliim, 1 r Kront street, tirden
from a!. ro:i.! so! ':ud .uid prumptly Ailed. '
-Tlie best Pewlne Macblties In the world
can be round at tinrison' He wins. Machine
Ktore, 119 Front :rVt. orders silieiled and
circular price ilxta ieut when desired. S-38
V0SS & FHHR,
(Successor to Titer x-'auur1,
Brea, Cakes, raster, Pilo! !rrxd,
Saaa, Pleale, Butter, BMica,
Ssgar Btl Shoe Fly
JEIMT i;0 CAU3, OlfiCS SaAPS, ETC.
:il 'uhtnxton street, Portland on.
aa-Oi.lem fum the Trade noltdted.
Xoe Cvenni and Soda Wator !
ALISXY . HECELE'S,
l'lrvl r.. Iel. Aldr HH'I Mffrrloit.
AQDi I A ii'-'N ill snaranteed; S!2 a diy al
3OUU home made by the In Imtriom. Capi
tal not rrquird: we will slart ou. Men,
women, lo ni r'r.s mate money f mter at
work tor im ll.an al ntiythtng e!e. Tl.e work
I l iici.i an, pieussnt, mm snen hh any one r.tu
. l rithr tt: Tiio." wl.i ,,re wi.-. m im
I noli'-e u Ml t-en 1 tlielr ad-In .it i.-i. i ali.i
I nee for themselves. Coly ooifit an! terms
1 lree. Now 1j I he time. Those already hi wrirk
are laying up large um of money. Addms
1 TUUE A CO., Augueta, Maine. 1M7
DRY GOODS AND MILLINEKY.
Direct from llio Blannractarers.
Persons Visiting thh City are Spe
cially Invited to Examine Onr
Spck Before Purchasing.
LE-WIS & STRATTSS,
Xo. 121 First Street.
We are bow rseerriac
OUR SPRING IMPORTATIONS
Dry and Furnishing Goods!
THK HOST C03IPLBTK ASfiOKTMflVT
Ws have aver offered.
We sha'l enasasw, as In the past. In sell the
Bear quality or ooods at
M- Bvery indneement tbat can bs offered
wUI be cueorfnlly giTan, and u eflbrt will he
spared to please eBctomers.
OLDS & XING,
No. l-slT Tliit-rt Stro;t,
FLElSCHIISIl, HAYEE & CO.
Front and yirai aUwata, bs. Ash and A,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
MR. MAYKR HAS JIAI1K VBRY RXTKX
sirs pnrchasarof arnll Una f
Direct front Uie ItABHCseutrers ami Impstrtsr
In New yb oar Stedc wilt wnla o! tb
latest stjrles and b4ss of
ITotitlior unci FIiiiuck,
Rlfebont, rialn, Gros Cm In and Fancy,
Silks, VcItcIs, etc., etc.,
To whtoh w InrMsthe attention or the HIM
nery Tracts of Oregon aud Wasulngum Terrt
Belnc the only rbo)sal Ilsass In the State
tsaporttee MILLIXBRY GOODS direct from
Hr York, wo will be prepared tbofibr extra
ImdsesmenU to onr Friends and-Patrons.
S. D. SHITtt. (ISO. A. YOUIiO.
Corner or Tint nml 3XorrlHon $trcctH.
Hoard ami Iteom.pertlay
Renotnated and Xewly Pnrnisbetl.
FREE COACH TO ASD FROM TflK ItOUSK.
K-Jl SMITH A YOUNG, Proprietor.
STEAM DYHfiC AND CIEAMSG ViSSKS.
DYH AND CLKAK ALL KINDS OF SILK
woolen and mlxetl roods, after the hxt
.'it. 'I newest German and French systems. Kid
liloves and Heather eleA&ed and died bv a
i new process. Itianketa nml FBiseMnned nloe-
ly. ueDU'cwuiii)? nmnni unu urru avpcsr
lalty. O. CONRAD A CO., No. 10 Salmon
street, l'orlland, Orejou. HSI
Clothing Way Up !
Prices Vay Down !
klSHEL & ROBERTS
JJAVK RRCKIVEO, DIRECT FROM THE
MANUFACTURERS, ALL THE LATEST
Hats, Caps, Etc.,
Which, although they liaTeadmteed In price
:n per cent, will be sold for the nest CO days
at oM prices.
riHIIIil. .V ItORUHTS,
Corner of lira! mill Alder street.
COUNTY AND CITY MAPS,
I'Mntlns of Every Description
Kail mates and Designs Furnished on appli
NIIiES & BBEBE,
No. 6T Front Street,
. IP. POWERS,
Manufacturer, Importer and Jol.berin
F U 11 1TUKB.
BEDDING, CARPETS, PAPER HANGING.
WARKKOOMK-IS1 and 1S3 First and IS I
STEAM FACTORY N. W. Corner Fronl and
No. 182 I'lrt street.
KEEPS OOM8 TANTLY ON HAND A FINK
and complete atoek of
SCOTCH, E.1SUSM, FRENCH & DOMESTIC C30DS
Which are nns..naiieil , a ltd hlch be
will make up
at cost rnicss.
Crockery and Glassware !
A SPECIALTY OF LAMPS AND OILS!
rpHK CELEBRATED "HERO" OIL-BKST
1 in the market. For sale by ns onltr. Or-
aers irom me ennniry prompuy nueu. semt
and Iry HEltO OIL. Satisfaction guaranteed.
e are nere to piease.
8-51 No. 1X3 First street, Portland.
A WASIIINOTON .ST., PORTLAND, ORE
O (ton, respectfully requestsAll the readersot
tbe .New North wsht wbo have work: In his
line to call upon or address him. Estimates
given on application, and all Inquiries
promptly answered. g-n
51 nfin TO M00 A YEAR, or SS to tag per
yflOUKj day In your own locality. No rl.k.
Women do aa well as men. Many make more
than the amount stated above. No one can
rail to make money fast. Anv one can do the
work. Ton ean make from t cents to 2 an
hoar by devoting yonr evenings and spare
time to the baslness. Nothlne like it for
money-masins eeer offered before. Ilaslness
pleasant and strictly honorable. Reader, If
you want to know all about the best-paying
boslness before the public, send us yonr ad
drees and we will tend you full parUenlars
and private terms free; samples worth 56 also
Ires; yea ean then make up yonr mind for
yourself. Address GEORGE STINSON A CO.,
l'orlland, Maine. 8-17
D. W. PRENTICE & CO.,
North of Pan Francisco.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
3P I IN" O S !
From $200 to $1,000!
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
OB.G A.KTS I
Trom $25 to $700!
TUB LARGEST STOCK OF
SHEET MUSIC AND BOOKS!
In the Northwest.
TntlrimmU of All Kinds Sokl on Easy
JJ . "W. PEEXTICE & CO'S
Monthly Musical Journal,
Which contains from SIS to i worth of new
vocal and instrumental musre anu
valuable und lntersetlns rend
ing matter each year.
Only 75 Cents per Year.
D. V. PRENTICE & CO.,
No. 107 Pirst Street,
(J. K. OUIH eld stand), -
TOR FLANK - , , , , ORKGON
VT. S. MARSHAIL & CO.
WING IX) THE VERY LIBERAL EN
couraesment we have met with since our
commencement In tbe Grocery Business,
we have been compelled to seek larger and
more central quarters, as our late premises
were quite Inadequate to meet the de
mands of our constantly inereaslne trade.
We have therefore much pleasure In an
nounelDB to the public tbat we have se
cured Stalls TTos. 4, 5, 6 and 7.
And we purpose making this place
The Central Rendezvous and Depot
For everybody to purchase all de
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
We are mow AtopfejrtBK.sx steamer "Geo. W
AX IMMENSE STOCK
Purehaaad with especial reference to onr new
Our Prices are Lower than those of
any other house in the city, and our
Goods are all Tresh, New and Well
We earnestly Invite the attention of
Housekeepers. Heads of Families, Ho
tel and Boarding House Keepers, etc
to whom special Inducements wilt be
oOkred to oar faetlttles for suppiymg
them with the best class or goods at the
Lowest Possible Price.
Do- Goods delivered free and promptly to
everv nart of the city, also to all trains and
REMEMBER THE PLACE,
Central Market Grocery Store,
Stalls Nos. 4, 5, 6 and 7,
(Opposite CSbea Bros'.)
W. H. MARSHALL & CO.
THE AURORA RESITAURANT,
Northeast cor. Front and Alder streets,
Tbe only place In Portland where you con get
A GOOD SQUARE MEAL
por 25 Cents. 15
i jonx ix. jirrcnEix. ralph st. djsmxst
OFFICE-CornerTlrstand Morrison streets,
rooms ronnerly occupied by Bnchtel's.FWtore
I. x. Mini.
C A. DOLPK.
DOLPH, BKO.tAUaU, DOLFH SIH0JI
ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE, PORTLAND.
JNO. M. DALY,
WILL PRACTICE IN THE DISTRICT AND
United States Courts. -M
VTEW DENTAL ROOMS CORNER F1RS1
1 and Main streets, in Shade's new brick
bulldlng.over I'lummers urue store. jat
DR. J. G. (ILEXS,
Southwest corner First and Yamhill
RAWDON ARNOLD, M. D.,
nomoropathle Pbrshlan and Sarcces.
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE-No. 85 Fourth
street, between Stark and Oak, Portland.
Oregon, utiles Hours 8 to hi a. k., I to and 1
to S p.m. fel5
OREGON & CALIFORNIA RAILROAD CO
IIO TAKE EFFECT SONDAY, SEPT. 15,
. lS73,nt 1Sm.
DalJy (Sunday excepted)
Portland TO0x.il. I Roiebunr 7.-00 r.x
Roseburg S:(XIa.k. I Portland 45 r.x.
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN,
Dally (except Sundays),
leave arm vi ,
Portland 4 P. x. I Albany-. 8l35 P. M
Albany 5SJ0A.M. I l'orlland. 1S:05a.x
FREIGHT TRAINS, .
Dally (except Sunday)
Portland 6:15 A. M. I Jnnetlon 60 plx
Junction 5:45 A. x. I Portland,,.. , .6 r.x.
The Oregon and California Railroad Ferry
makes connection with all Regular Trains.
Close connections are made at Roseburg with
the Stages of the California and Oregon Stage
eo- Tickets for sale to all the principal points
In California and tbe East, at Company's office,
Cor.F and Front Sts.,at Ferry UndlDg.Fortlind.
ffS-Storage will be Charged on Freight re
maining In Warehouses over 24 hours.
tr Freight will not be received fbr shipment
alter 5 o'clock P. x.
J. BRANDT, Jr.,
E. P. ROGERS, Gen. SupU
Gen. Freight and Passenger Agent.
Portland to San Francisco.
Carrjlns U. S. Hall and Wells, Fargo
The Oregon Railway and Navigation Com
pany and PaclOe Coast Steamship Company
will dispatch, every nve days, for the above
port, one of their new and elegant A 1 Iron
THE OREGON, GEO. W. ELDER, AND
STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
SAILING DAYS-April R, 13, IS, 33. SS.
May 3. 8, 13, IS, S3, 3N.
June 2, 7.
Leaving Portland at 3 A. u.
THROUGH TICKETS sold to all the princi
pal Cities In the United States and Canada.
For particulars for Passage and Freight, ap
ply to G. W. WEIDLER,
Steamship Agent O. R. N. Co.,
Comer Ash and KrontSts., Portland, Or.
Or J. McCRAKEN ACo.,Agts P. C. 8.8. Co.,
69.ee aud 64 North Front SU.Portland.Or.
JOHN A. BECK,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Its Front street, Portland, Oregon.
A Fine Assortment of
clocks, watches, jewelry and spectacles
AT LOW PRICES.
Repairing a Specialty All Work War
ranted. Purchasing AMERICAN WATCHES Direct
and for Cash, and having tbe advantage ot
Low Rent, I can safely promise Lower Prices
than any other house In Oregon.
Belne competent, I will repair Common or
Pine Watches satisfactorily-.
SPECTACLE and OPTICAL GOODS a
Elgin Silver Watches.
Waltham Silver Watches.
$12 to in
.JH to $50
OREGON TRANSFER COMPANY
General Forwarding and Commhsion.
FrelEbt and boscage forwarded and delivered
with dispatch. Pianos and Furniture moved.
Orders for Hacks Promptly Attended to, Day
oniee R.tV. Cor. Hecoud and Stark NU.
ea-Mark, Care of O.T. Co. 7-28
WIBERQ & KIERNAN,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
115 Front street, between Alder and
Morrison, Portland, Oregon,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
AN IMMENSE STD OF NEW GOODS.
A WEEK In yonr own town, and no
OvJU capital risked. You can give the busi
ness a trial without expense. Tue best oppor
tunity ever offered lor those willing to work.
ou snouid try nothing else until you see ror
yourself what you ean do at the business ws
offer. No room to explain here. You can de
vote all yonr time or only your spare lime to
the business, and make great pay lor every
hour that you work. Women make as much aa
men. Send for special pri vate terms and par-
1. 1 v. ... mnfi free. S.1 outfit free.
Don't complain ot hard times wblleyou have