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FRIDAY OCTOliKU s, 1873.
The Dalles Mountaineer lias reached
the age of thirteen years.
There are nowcoufined in Hie Asylum
at East Portland 1SG patients, male and
Washington county gets $3,398 of the
State School FiiihI. Four districts have
not yet reported.
A peck of potatoes to the hill is. an
ordinary average of the crop in portions
of Clatsop county this year.
Epizootic has made its appearance
again in a very severe form. Many
horses are aullering with it in Yamhill
The Koselwrg municipal election
lakes plaee October 6th, at which time
five Trustees, one Itecorder, one Treas
urer ami a Marshal will he elected for
the coming tnn.
On last Friday evening about fifteen
young ladies met at a private residence
on Fifth street and organized the
"Young Ladies Rowing Club of Port
land." Following are llje officers: Miss
Kate Sherlock, President; Miss Helen
A. Dickinson, ice President; Miss
Maggie A. Sutton, Secretary; Miss Julia
A. Sutton, Treasurer, and Miss Clara A.
Myers, Captain. Mr. Laschepellc will
commence the construction of a couple of
boats at an early day for their use.
Mrs. Dr. M. P. Sawtelle lifts located in
East Portland in the practice of her
profession. This lady Is a graduate of
the "New York Medical College," and
has witnessed surgical operations in
Bellevue anil other hospitals. She In
vites ladies suffering from chronic mal
adies to call, as she makes this lineof the
profession aspeciality. She is a member
if the Third Judicial District of this
State. If htrlcl attention to business
will accomplish success the Doctor will
surely succeed. Consulting physician,
Dr. C. M. Sawtelle.
WEIT OF SPECIAL ELECTION.
To the Sheriffn of the several counties
within the male of Oregon:
Viiekkas, 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
Whkkkas, Since the said election,
aid office has become vacant by tho
death of said incumbent; and
Whereas, By provision of the Con
fctitution 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, on Monday,
the thirteenth day or October, 1S73; and
that you cause all proper notices to be
given thereof according to law.
Given under my hand and the seal of
the State of Oregon, at Salem,
l. s. this tenth day of July, A. D.,
1S73. L. F. Grover.
Attest: S. F. Chadwjck,
Secretary of State of Oregon.
ANSWERS TO COERESPOHDENTS.
Miss V. O., McMinnvllle: All right.
We had her husband's initials on our
books, and that was why we did not
know her name.
Mrs. E. A. C, Xehalem: You are
right in saying that the course the Ore
gonian has taken surprises its friends,
But we do not yet give up our hope of
the election of a decent man, although
that journal is doing all It can to defeat
him. You well say, "May it mako
much of its success as a shameless
blackguard. and rotten disorganize!-, for
its days of prosperity as a public journal
are very few." No wonder you "get into
a fever heat of indignation when you
think of how much damage and disgrace
it has been for the post year to public
decency in Oregon." We have some
faint hopes for the paper now. If the
young gentleman wlio has lately taken
c harge of it could have a clear field he
would do well with it, although his af
filiation with the Greeley Democracy
was an unfortunate beginning for a
youthful voter. Hut the boy must mind
his employers, and the orders are to dis
rupt the Republican party at all haz
ards. Tun Braix. One of the most incon
ceivable tilings in the nature of tho
brain is that theorgan of sensation should
in itself be insensible. To cut the brain
gives no jiain, yet in the brain alone re-
slues tne power ot leeiing pam in any
nart of the bodv. If tho nervo which
leads from it to the injured part be di
vided, it becomes instantly unconscious
of suflerinir. It is only by communica
tion with the brain that any kind of
sensation is produced, yet the organ
itself is insensible. But there is a cir
cumstance more wonderful still; the
brain itself may bo removed may be
cut away down the corpus callosin
without destroying life. Tho animal
lives and. performs all its functions
which are necessary to simple vitality,
but no longer having a mind, it cannot
think or feel. It requires that tho food
should be pushed into the stomach;
once there, it is digested, and the ani
mal will grow far.
As We Love Them. As, when our
infant childron are garnered in our bos
oms, we do not bless them according to
the wealth of affection that is in our
hearts for them, so does God, lifting us
up and looking in our faces, bless us,
not so much by what we need to receive,
as by what He hath to give.
Tender Little Acts. In these lives
of ours, lender little acts do more to
bind hearts together than great deeds or
heroic words, since tho first are like the
dear daily bread that none van live
without, the latter but occasional feats
beautiful and memorable, but not pos
sible to all.
Items for Housekeepers. Do
everything at the proper time. Keep
everything in its place Always mend
your clothes before washing them.
Alum or vinegar is good to set colors,
red, green or yellow.
Sal soda will bleach; one spoonful is
sufficient for a kettle of clothes.
Save your suds for the garden and
plants, or to harden yards when sandy.
A hot shovel held over varnished fur
niture will take out spots.
A bit of glue, dissolved in skim milk
and water, will restore old rusty crape.
Ribbons of any kind should be washed
in cold suds, and not rinsed.
If flat irons are rough, rub them well
With fine salt, and it will make them
If you are buyinga carpet for durabil
ity, you must choose small figures.
A bit of soap rubbed on the hinges of
doors will prevent them from creasing.
Scotch snufT, if put in the holes where
crickets run out, will destroy them.
Wood ashes and common salt wet
with water will stop the cracks of the
stove, and prevent the smoke from es
caping. Green should bo the prevailing color
for bed-hangings- and window-drapery.
At the Girls' Home, In SL Mark's
Place, under the supervision of the
Children's Aid Society, a class has been
formed for training in efficient domeslie.
work. Only volunteers are received, or
those who enter at the desire of parents.
A thorough course of instruction and
practice Is given in all the branches re
quired In ordinary households. The
girlsare taugh to make, beds, to sweep,
to wait on the table, to make bread and
pastry, and cook meats. The course Is
not completed In less than seven
mouths, and a year is desirable to attain
rrrent Tirofinipnpv Tlma fir lc to
small. Few young girls have the pa-
iiuiico to learu ineir business inorougli
ly. They do not easily realize that
alrllTiul inlusr la nl..n..n 1 1.1 I
every department, and that good wages
kwu employers win always be
found for such.
Artemus Ward thus recounts his only
money-lending experience: "A gentle
man friend of mine came to me with
tears in ids eyep. I said, Vhy these
weeps?' He said he had a mortgage on
his farm, and wanted to borrow $200.
I lent him the money and he went
away. Some time after he returned
with more tears. He said he must leave
me forever. I ventured to remind him
of the $200 he borrowed. I thought I
would not be hard upon him. So I told
him I would throw ofr$100. He bright
ened, shook my hand and said:' 'Old
friend, I won't allow you to outdo me in
liberality I'll throw of! the other hun
1 Tribute to Mother. One of the
most beautiful tributes to motherhood
1 that we recollect ever to have seen, was
that of a little clrl who. havinir taken a
great liking to an old man among a
company of workmen engaged on a
building near her home, followed him
to his dinner, but seeing so many rough
men enter, she drew back from the door,
but on being urged to go In, she asked,
"Is there amotier in there?" "Yes,"
was the answer. "Oh, well, If there's a
mother there, I'm not afraid.'"
Wa are authorized to announce to the public
that Dr. E. Champlain's great Dyspepsia Rem
edy will cure all cases of Bloody Flux, Dysen
tery, inflammation or tho Bowels or .Stomach,
by talcing one teaspoonful every three hours. 9
At ButtcvlUe, Marlon county, Oregon, Sep
tember 2Sth. 1373. Eva Blon-nie, twin daughter
f W. and A. M. Geer, aged 7 years, 5 month
and 18 day.
Deceased came to her death by her clothes
catching are, which burned her so scvoroly
that she died twenty-four hours afterwards.
(Portland and V. T. papers please copy.l
LET THE PEOPLE RALLY!
MRS. A.. J. XXnSIAVVY
,L ADDRESS THE PURI.lf! ON" TIIFt
roiiucai .iitu&tion nt
Albany.Frlday.Oct.. at V,i o'eloek r. M.
Eugene,Haturday,Oct.4 ' ' -
Koseburg, Monday, Oct, 6 " " "
Corvallls, Tuesday, Oct. " "
Portland, Thursday, Oct. "
Hlllsboro, Friday, Oct. 10. "
Time will be divided with any respectable
speaker who way wish 10 ojpose ner argU'
MILS. DR. .H. I SAAVTn.LI
L'raiusle of the Stw York Hcdlral College,
T)AYS SPECIAL ATTENTION TO DISEASES
X of women end children. Calls answered
promptly. Will also take patients nt her resi
dence, comer II and Ninth streets. East Port
land. The building is new, Jnstntfed up, situ
ated on nn eminence overlooking all Portland,
surrounded by shade trees and shrubbery; wa
ter excellent; air pure; accommodations to
sun patients; cnarges moderate. I tulles suf
fering with chronic maladies will And it Just
the locality to charm nway disease while under
the Doctor's treatment. Persons arriving on
the boats and cars will find an easy cenveyance
m nerresiuenee. consulting rnysieian, nr. i .
i. JMtwrene. 3
rynr. itndersiqxkd'.iiavino secured
A the services of a French GLOVE MAKER,
Is now prepared to manufacture at 1 sty leu of
TLXUITM' AND GKXTI.EM E.VS
KID, FUR, BUCK AND DOGSKIN GLOVES,
teed'1 F1,"ns ani1 I1,c8t Fa'''lou Ouaran-
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED would most respeel
X fully Inform the public at large that he has
opened the abuvo named offlce" on First street.
nntt ilruir fr. flu. l.l.m.l T . i i
will be always on hand and on the wing to ae-
ramwwiuic .it siju uiny nam ejnpioyzuem or
help of any kind. References exchanged If re-
1u.ircJ: . r J-v- ALLEN.
Portland, Oregon, Sept. I6.1S73. s-Ttf
J. M. FRYER
QAN HE rOUND IN HIS NEW STORE, ON
First SU, bet. M ndlson nud JclTersoti,
Where he expects to keep a good assortment of
CALL AND SEE HIM.
To those who arc indebted to him lie would
Politely, Modestly, but Firmly and Earn est ly
saythathe MUSTIIAVE MONEY; so call and
pay what thou owest. 5-5 J. M. FRYER.
!. YV. LEWIS,
Shop on Oak St., bet. Serenth and Park.
OTORE SHELVING AND FIXTURES, Coun
O ters, Water Tanks, etc., etc, made lo onier.
Charges Reasonable. 3-S1
iO hPIRITCALlSTS AM OTHER LIBERA I.
TiiixKtiw. A full supply or Spiritualist mid
Reform lJookskepiconsliintlyrorsalcat Snow's
ijiocrui mm Kcliirm IViokMorc and General
. ? i," V?cncj, ' Kearny street, up kUlrs,
near Hush. Also Adam A Co.'s Golden Pens
atKasteru prices. Remittance In I'tiltedKUtes
paper currency received at par. Circularaand
catalogues mailed free. Address Herman
Snow, P. o. Box 117,.San Francisco. Cal. v2nll
For the very best photographs, go to Bradley
i KulofnOn'S Gallenr ullhnnt 9TAIIW-
UTASCEND IX THE ELEVATOR, 123 Mont
gomery .i.,an Francisco.
AS THIS MOST LOATHSOME OF ALL
JX. diseases Is Untile to breast out among ui at
any lime, it u well to be prepared tor It at all
Small-Pox Cure and Preventive,
Now prepared and kept on hand at my office.
Cor. I'lrnt ntid Main Street.
One door from First, Is n sure cure or preventive
for that disease. The history of this medicine
cannot Itetter be explained than by inserting
the following letter.
SAMUEL CORWIN, Proprietor.
Ran Francisco. July 2, 1S72.
My Dear Old Friknd. samcet, corwin:
I have no doubt but you will le much surprised
on receiving-tills letter, but. perhaps, not more
so, or more gratified, than I wag to hear from
you. The manner In which I beard from you,
nud learned of your whereabouts. Is this: I
hapiwnet! lo be looking over an Oregon paper
nud noticed your name, as representative elect,
rrom Tillamook county. The thrill of pleasure
which I experienced on reading Is indescriba
ble. The many acts of kindneM which I ro
celved nt your hands long years ago had never
leen forgotten, notwithstanding our corres
pondence lias been broken for seventeen years.
Well, Sam, I won't attempt to give vou more
thnn the outlines of what has tranap'lrcd with
me since we la.it corresionded. So many Inci
dents of the past, In which you and I were con
nected, crowd uimn my mind that I runnot
Uilnk or wrile ot myself. Does your ml nil over
revert to the past, when we first met how you
took me In as a partner, when those who
should have been my best friends threw on on
me how we got snowed In and hud to live on
i potatoes straight ror MX weeks how good that
I grizzly meat tasted what a disgraceful retreat
we made from our poor Innocent Jack, when
we thought we were bcselged by a grizzly?
I Well, Sam, those events of IxSI frequently fur
nish subject matter lor my thoughts, and, us I
1 am writing fo you, crowd upon my mind, but I
I will dismiss them Tor the present to give plaee
to that which will, perhaps, be ol greater Inter
est to you.
1 I pocketed eleven thousand dol lars out or the
--Deep Claim" yon gave me In Maraposa, and
started for home In June, IsVs I Invested tour
! thousand dollars In real estate In tills city, and
leRitlncnreofMcI.nie.oiiroId cabin mate. My
, propeity here lias yielded me a handsome In
come, and quadrupled in value. I went into
business In New York city. In which I was very
successful sold out two years aeo, since which
time I have been traveling lu European coun
tries. Yon know I used lo have a weakness for
traveling well. It lias been grutlflcd to my
heart's content. While In France I was taken
with the small-isnx. The lady of the Inn told
me that I was fortunate to take the disease at
that place, as there was an old small-pox doc
tor near by who never fulled to cure, no matter
how bad the disease; nud sure enough, I began
to recover within four hours artercommenelng
to tnkc the medlclne,nnd in twenty-four hours
i ie.ii. quuc wen. i was to mucn elated with
the magical effects or the medicine that I was
determined, If possible, to obtain the formula.
In which I succeeded, by paying handsomely
and promising not to dlvulgo It In France
I see from Oregon papers that you have the
disease among you. The enclosed package
contains the formula ami sufficient material
for family use. I have cured all the cases that
I have come in contact with, and find It an In
fallible cure and preventive. When you au
swer tills I will forward sufficient of the mate
rial to make you n fortune, as I have ample,
and rest assured I reciprocate past favors.
i win ciosc ior me present anu await anx
iously Your answer, Direct to San Frnnelsro.
as I will remain here about two months.
Yours, etc, Isaac Ricu akdsox.
No person should be without this medicine.
as the disease is now In various parts or the
country, and may be among us any day. It Is
an old and true adage, that "An ounce of pre
vention ik wonu a pouua 01 cure"" 'lis a wise
man that carries Ins coat on a fair day," etc.
Ofllcc Southwest corner Main and First Sts.
Orders sent to Samuel Corwin. Proprietor, or
Smith & Davis, Portland, Oregon, will he
pruuipuy aiienueu 10.
" Price One Dollar per Bottle."
CERTAIN CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA!
DR: E. CHAMPLAIN'S
Stnteiucnt of Dr. E. Clinmplaln.
TN 1811, In Richland county, Ohio, I dlscov-
X erea tins r.xiraci 10 oe a pure unre ior ijj h
pepsla. The discovery was accidental In the
first Instance; but the extract never once failed
to cure, effectually and Dermanentlv. evrrv
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
ing all this time, I have cured all my friends
who were d vsnentlc. free of chanre: thev 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 been gratuitous; but on appli
cation at the Patent Ofllce this extract was ex
amined and a patent Issued nn the l.ttli of
August, j lie extract coniains no aicououc
or mineral substance, but Is purely vegetable,
and compounded in Nature's great laboratory
by a thorough-going Temperance man and a
member of Cloverdale Lodge of Good Tem
plars. Assured from past experience that the
Extract will cure nil case of Dyspepsia. I fel
confident It will meet a Great Need ol the Civ
Certificate or II. Olenri.
East Portland, Feb. W, 18TS.
Mr. E. II. Eubanks Dear Sir: I would re
spectfully state that I have been troubled with
iiui!?esuou nenriv inree sears, jieariiuroi ir.
ciiammain's uirneous r.xiraci. l uuuiineu a
bottle at Dr. M. Mack's Drug Store, and after
using about one-half a bottle, was entirely re
lieved oral! symptoms of Dyspepsia, and have
no difficulty now in properly digesting my
food. I can conscientiously recommend It to
sueii as are afflicted, knowing it to be a certain
1 1 luuisiaiijr, ii. udi.i.
Certificate or Mrs. Elicit Freeland.
Portland. Oregon. Feb. S. 1STJ.
r.3T: T'U Kul,ufcs-Dear.Slr:-I wHI rcspect-
I-V.v .1 " " 1 nave been troubled
ifi Lv.yirpfi or nay years, and could got
no relief until I tmt i f 1 1 n. v
. T n I I . . n w. I. jlM4U-
i . r.xiraci.ana aner using It, find
liiii .nte1. creal be'"fl' f me. I think it
ulll mabe aiionnuti.ni mim t t.... i
iiLV'i.1!! ff"inendlng It to all who are troub-
...... .Ut iU, ,,,,,,,. lourstruly,
M IIS. ELLEN FREELAND.
Price SI OO per Bottle.
lIODUi; CALEr A O0' liale.nle Ax's,
. PORTLAND, OREGON.
And sold by all leading Druggists.
E. H. EUBANKS,
Cicn'l Agent for Oregon an Adjoining Territories.
Residence, on C street, bet. Front and First.
TNVITES HIS OLD PATRONS AND THE
JL Public generally to call at his
NEW BUTCHER SHOP,
Washington at,, one floor east of Third
THE COMPRESSED AIR POWER CO.
-WVTHK EXCLUSIVE RIGHT I XnKnTltPfinintvir.niTr"rslls'nilWI. A. TtflYCR.
I 7 Horace II. Day and olhers. for the invention
transmitted for power, adapted for Tunnelling.
pany nas every lariiuj iur supplying me patented apparatus, and can issue ngiits to oiuers
to make and use the inventions throughout the United States, ntr All other Machines for
Compressing ana storing Air ror tne Transmission of power arc Infringements.
o r F I V K
lutlt A IIlli Ave,
12IU and I3l W ' '
N F. V'V YORK. K
OllEtxON I HON WORKS,
Corner "FVoiit mid Hull Street-,
OREGON MADE STOVES
THE CELEBRATED DEXTER COOKING STOVES,
A Largo Varioty ofV Parlor and Cook's Parlor Stoves.
oxxso H7" l-onts etxxca. Castings
Or EVERY VARIETY,
S-fVW V3Vr GRIST 511X1, MACHINERY
OF ALL KINDS,
MINING MACHINERY,' STEAMBOAT MACHINERY AND ENCINES,
BOILERS Or ALL KINDS,
Bi'n'HS niitl Iron CfiNti n jtk.
BODB'S PATENT SIUILTAXIAX SET W0KKS OK HEAD BLOCKS, for Saw Mills.
ho nirs lWTr.vr ;.vxi Kita:u anii uaxii i.atii .hii.i..
RErAIRINO done nt Short Notice, and as
J. A. Ktiliu. .iiiperiiiteiiiienl.
Tooele Stlh I
rr ffruiiun uinuiuri
"n,nu --' -nil lli A I SOID AT FACTORY PRICES I
inunuw nwrnc.-t-rtofflpM warranter kor 3 years.
HOME SHUTTLE IMPROVED (LATEST STYLE HAND SEWINfl MACHINE sent out
one montli on trial on receipt of 830. With Rlnck Walnut TableandTreadle.nlrely finished,
d0. Money Refunded (less the express cliames) on the return ortlie Machine at the end of the
month. If Machine Does Not Olve Satisfaction. AfiENTS WANTED for the NEW HOME
In Oregon, Washington nnd Idaho. Ltrcer Commlsslonii Riven than by any other Asrency In
ronianu. All KliiUS eeuicsanauil lorsnie.
2-48 Southwest corner
0REC0X STKAMSIIU' ( O.'S STEAMBOATS. I
I?ROM aND AITER THURS- jirx '
! day, May 1st, the steamer JafcSSHC j
E. N. COOK-E !
will lrav flreiron Clts'as follows: On Monrluv
Tuesday. ThurMlay and Friday at 8l A. M., 1
anu on weunesuay aim oitiuiuuy ai jo.i. .m.,
connecting with steamer DAYTON through to
Portland. Returning, will Leave
Portland Tor Oregon 'Itjr nt V. 31. j
TassenKers for LAFAY'E TI E arid all lntcrme- ;
dlate places will take the CARS at KM A. M., 1
connecting at Canemau. with Meamer Dayton,
on Tuesday and Friday of each week. j
Through Tickets sold at the ofllce ol the O. !fc ,
C It. It. Co. at Reduced lutes. .
All frrlghtby this line delivered to consign
ees Free of Drayacc.
rreisni received unin o i-. ji.
J. IJ. RILES, Agent.
FAB R E,
AT TICK CENTRAL JIARKr.T,
Has Enlarged his
Added Such . Improvements
As will enable hint to provide Epicures with
THE BEST-IN tHK MARKET.
Parties Iurnl,Ue.L with hot foCTee on short
rnr th i'imnm.iin or Air. lo he stored mid
Mining and Rock Drilling purposes. The Com
HORACE H. DAY,
N'o. Cl Liberty Street,
2 62 tf
AND HOLLOW "WARE !
Iiw as Oooil Work and MaterlHlwlll warrant.
1). .Hcflll.I.Y, )r-ldeiit.
S&S) EXCELS ALL OTHERS!
. THICK $10 LESS!
KerelrrJ Hired From Ike Wssa.
mtoi ior -irruiaranu i nrj- i-iui inc iimm.
tii:i. It . '1SC.S. iinirnii Asrnh
Tlilrd and Morrison Streebt, l"ortIand, Orejon.
FItr.SU SHOAI.WATER HAY
No. 107 First Street.
OYSTERS serve.! In every style to suit the
I. F. POWERS,
NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE,
Spring, Hair, Festber, Voss, Wool anil Pala
Blankets, Spreads, Sheets, Pillow Cases, etc.
The Highest Price Paid Tor Furniture.
No. 137 First Street, Portland.
CH. LOUIS KUHN,
I FURNITURE made to order; also neatly re-.
? paired, varnished and polished, by a com-I-etent
lnei'hanlc on rtasonable terms. Iavo
uruers ut corner i niru auu .-i mm, . ooi
Importer and Wholeiale Dcaterlu
Gr O O X S ,
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
Hats and Gents Furnishino Goods,
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS AND
Frames, Braids, Cords, Ornaments, Flowers
Ribbons, Trimmings, etc.
Dress Goods, White Goods, Tankeo .'o
Ladies' Cloaks, CloaK Trim
AGENT OF THE ELLEN DALE WOOLEN
A Itll Slock of JJlankets, Varus, Bea
vers, Tieeed and Cassimeres
LATF-ST STYLES BY EVEUY.STEAMr.lt
8- PARTICULAR A1TENTION Paid to
PORTLAND LIBRARY , ASSOCIATION.
IKIO.MN-Curuer Flrit Rinl Stark Sts.,
over Ladd A Til ton's Rank.
I'oitalns urer Three Tbauuod t bolrc Books
Over 100 Papers and majaiiacj.
MEMBERSHIP FREE TO ALL.
Houtbly Dues) 81 00-1'Hjul.Ie lnnrterly
DIHFCTOII.S Wm. S. Ijldd. P. C ft-hlivler. Jr..
M. P. IK-adv. I. II. Wakefield. W. II. ltmoketi.
A. ti. (ilbb,, C. II. Lewis, M. W. IVuhheiiuer. II.
Falling, I. Ilium.
I- H. WAKEFIELD-
V. i StMIUYLEILjK
IIKNIlY A.OXKIt Librarian and KecSec
UEIL,X.IIVG13rt Sz CO.,
Washington St., bet. Second and Tlilrd,
E MANUFACTURE AN
A SO. I AKTIOIli: !
And all Vlndsof P.islrviisiiallvfouuil In a"Flrst
Goods delivered to any part or the citv"
M. M. NOUTlIWslltTII.
HAS REMOVED FROM FRONT STREET
Corner or 1. niul Third Streets,
Wnerohe may be round keenlmrairriod snpiily
of the best
PINE TOBACCO, CIGARS, PIPES.
PATENT MEDICINES AND YANKEE NOTIONS,
Where he will lc pleased to meet his old cus
tomers, and holds himself In readiness to wait
upon many new ones, and hopei by punctnnl
Ity and dealing In Just Weights and Measures
to receive .1 liberal share of patronaie.
T2ni M. M. SOUTHWORTH.
IS OIT OF THE FIRE AND OUT OF A
Brick Store, but
NOT OUT OF GOODS !
. ' . ' i'
He can be found1 at
3Vo. 131 ITii'Kt Street,
In the next block below the old stand, nn the
opposite side of the street, where: I will sell
EXTREMELY LOW PRICES
For the next two months. Call and see, every
body. 5-3 CS. SILVER.
J. II. TISIt,
ASSAYER AND "METATjLUKGIST,
29 Stark St., bet. First and Second.
Illghest Price Paid Tor Cold Dust fc Bars.
TESTS MADE WITH CARE, AND ASSAYS
or Gold and Silver, Copper, Lead, Anti
mony, Nickel, Chrome, Plumliago, Tin, Iron,
Clnncbar, Lime, and other Metals. Analysis
or Mineral Waters and all oilier substances.
j. v. coi.ru.
E. C BHOXACCU.
C. A. DOLl'H.
D0LPU, BrtOSACC II, OOLIMI t siho.y,
ODD VELLOWS TEMPLE, 10RTL.ND.
J. It. tYITHERELL,
N'o. 8 0 Front .Street. Portlnml.
-CiINDS EMPLOYMENT FOR ALL THOSE
rV PE'Jr,n, 'r "Ituatlons In any capacity
troniV ood-chopper down to a Fat Offlce.Payi
special attenUou to obtaining Form lt.Tn
i l ndS ete.,
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Address HAHPER & HROTUKKS,
Ii3(i N'ew Yoi W.
(Formerly with Durchard & Powers),.
ESIIIESTO IXFOHM THE PUHLICTHAT
he lias established lilmsenat toe
Corner of Flrt and Tnylor Street.
With a large assortment or
SPRING, HAIR, WOOL, FEATHER, MOSS AND PUIU
Blankets, Bed Spreads, Sheets, Pillows,
Etc, Etc., Etc.
The highest ensh price paid for second-hand
Furniture. 3-71 r
MRS. Ul'IIAM IIENDEE,
CLAIRVOYANT & MAGNETIC MEDIUM,
Congress Hull, Ilusli Street,
Between CKllfornla and Montgomery ".treets.
Room -U, second floor. Circles Thursday and
Saturday evenings. Seances for bualnev
DR. MARY' A. THOMPSON.
PHYSICIAN AND ACCOUCHEUR
RESIDENCE AND OFFICE THIRD ST.
between Salmon and Main,- opposite tha
Calls attended In any part of the city.
Batteries fur sale, anil Instructions given on
the use of electricity as a Remedial Agent, til.
S O 3 5 , O O O
IN CASH GIFTS,
To be distributed by tho
MERCANTILE PRIZE ASSOCIATION,
OF NEW YORK.
A l'KIZE FOR EVERY TICKET I
ao " " sm
M " " " 5JXJ0
vti " " ' KM
ZZi Sewing Machines CO to Vti
lilecant l'lanos iT)loTiJi
TO " Melodeons !V!!.."iii
Cash Gin.s,SllverWare,etc.,vaIueil at$l,'i00j6O
A chance to draw any or the above, prizes for
2. cents. Tfcket-s tlescrlblng lrlzes are Sealed
In Envelopes nnd well mixed, on receipt or 2i
cents a Sealed Ticket Is drawn without choice,
and sent by mall to any address. The prize
named upon it will be Vent to any one on re
ceipt or One Dollar. Prizes are immediately
sent to any address by express or return mall.
You will know what your prize Is before you
pay for It. Any prize exchanged ror another or
the same value. N'o blanks. Our patrons can
depend on lair dealing.
Opixionsokthe Press. Falrdeallngcan be
relied npon. N. Y. Herald, Aug. 21 A genu
ine distribution. World, Sept. tf.- Not one'or
the humbugs or the day. Weekly Tribune,
July 7. They give general satisfaction. .Staats
REVERENCfSi, By kind permission we refer
to tho following: Franklin S. l.we, Louisville,
drew ; Miss Hattle Ranker, Charleslown.
S9J); Mrs. Louisa T. lilake, St. Fanl. Piano,
STivi; Sam. V. Raymond. Boston, $5,7" Eugeno
P. Rrnckett,Pittsburs,Walch,S.KX); Miss Annie
Osgood, New Orleans, $3,800; Emory L.Tratt
Columbus, Ohio, S7.0XI.
One Cash Gin in every packnge or 130 tickets
guaranteed. 5 tickets for SI; ll ror S2: 25 ror 33:
.1 1111 C-J , i.uiur
Agents wanted, to whom we ofTer literal In
ducements and guarantee satisfaction.
Auuress JAMES 1UUU1.N.S Jc CO.,
2 :t Jm l.H Nassau street, N. Y.
A. C. WALLINC, .
Book and Job Printer,
PITTOCK-S BUILDING, UP-STAIUH,"
Comer Front and Stark streets,
Woik done at REASONABLE RATES. 2-88
(Opcm House Block),
MRS. A. J. RIELY, Proprietor.
rntrre irrvrpr. win nr ttm
............... nr.i i ruusr-
JL class order, with attentive and obliging ser-
No Chiness Cooks Employed.
ii ;L . niiiu.sii kikmi accommoua
tions to the traveling public, and will use
ev'rJ" endeavor to merit their patronage.
Regular Boarding at low" rates. 3-5
LONG LOOKED FOR COME AT LAST!
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Low-Priced Microscope ever made. Ex
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sicians, Students and the Family Circle. Re
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Univerial always gives satisfaction. Orie sing e
Microscope wilt be sent c-arciully
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