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FRIDAY OCTOBER 23, 1S74.
The first lecture In theMuscum course
will take place on Tuesday, the 27th
Theriiolps troupe have returned from
Salem and are again delighting theater
goers of this city.
One hundred and twenty-eight mar
riage licences have been issued in Mult
nomah county so far this year.
J. C. Meussdorfler, corner of Front
and Morribon streets, keeps on hand the
finest assortment of hats and caps in the
city. Cu.ll upotphim and be headed.
E. St. Clair, somewhat notorious on
the police records, wa3 sentenced by the
Circuit Court, on his own plea of guilty,
to one year in the penitentiary, and was
taken to Salem last Saturday.
Prof. Rice, the man who is fifdwl wlfli
the power of iniud reading, is exciting
the womler of the numerous visitors at
the Museum this week. Go and witness
ins performances and solve the my&tery
if you can.
The "Granger Chum" advertised else
where is rapidly working Its way Into
public favor. The enterprising proprie-
tur uuf exuiDiieu it on auout thirty oc
casions, at as many different places,
taking orders wherever exhibited.
The committee appointed on the com
petitive examination for a cadetshlpat
West Point consisted of Judge Deady,
Dr. Ghiselin, and Prof. Anderson. The
examination took nlace on Kntuniav
last. Edward H. Brooko was the fortu
The "spotted boy" and the smallest
living woman in the world nre on exhi;
bitlou on Washington street, between
Front and First, They are not repulsive
monstrosities, but genuine curiosities,
and all should avail themselves of the
present opportunity to visit them.
A novelty, in the way of a needle
threading thimble, is attracting the at
tention of the curious in this city just
now. Procure one of these simple con
trivances, and avoid straining your eyes
during the coming dark days of winter.
"A knife and scissors sharpener" for
household use also commends Itself to
The third and last game in the series
between the rival base-ball clubs the
Arcadians of this city and the Collegi
ates of Salem took place at the
Oregon City grounds last Saturday. The
game did not reach a fair and satisfac
tory close being broken up on the
ninth inning -by a misunderstanding
little short of a general row. The um
pire has decided the game in favor of
tne Arcadians by a score of 9 to 0.
STATE AND TEKRITORIAL.
Laramie won't be satisfied with less
than a $100,000 hotel.
The Oregon City "Woolen Mills are
running to their utmost capacity.
The flouring mills at Lafayette are
crowding the wheat through from IS to
24 hours a day.
The Eugene City Yarn Mills have run
out of staple, and want 100,000 pounds of
Stone masons and brick-layers com
mand from $7 to $9 a day in Helena,
and are scarce at that.
The County Court of Jackson county
let the contract for building the uew
jail to Smith fc Hall at $3,870.
Two wagon loads of pumpkins and
squashes were raised from four seeds on
Luke Taylor's place, Young river. The
vines covers 40 feet square.
The gross receipts of the Olympia
Fair were something in excess of $000
more than enough, we understand, to
pay off all expenses incurred.
Mrs. Barnes, of Olympia, took the
first premium on washing machines at
the recent Fair of the "Western Wash
ington Industrial Association.
The Hillsboro district schoolhouse
building looks nulto handsome in its
new coat of paint. It is the handsomest
buildinir of the kind in the county. D.
M. C. Gault keeps a number one school
in it aiso.
Tho capital slock of the Yamhill
River Improvement Company is $50,000,
divided into shares of $50 each. The in
corporators aro J. W. Cowles, T. B,
Handley, H. G. Burns, G. "Wilson and
C. J. Handley.
The dedication ceremonies of the
Catholic Church took place in Astoria
on Sunday, tho 11th inst. The dedica
tion was made by Archbishop Blanche!,
and the church was christened, "Mary,
Star of the Sea."
The Albany warehouses and mills are
uearlv full of "rain now, yet It is esti
mated that nearly one-third of the crop
Is yet to be stored. The inquiry is
therefore pertinent, where is the balance
of tne gram to ue htoreu v
The Yamhill County Council of
Grangers met at Lafayette on Monday
last, and transacted important business.
Twelve Granges were represented. The
next Council will meet at McMinnville
on the last Monday iu December.
The camp-meeting recently held at
Dixie was much disturbed by hoodlums.
Cutting saddles and haruwe, taking
linen-pins out of wagons, setting ttiu
fence around the camp-grounds on fire,
and divers and sundry pllferlngs, are
among the exploits noted.
Mr. E. Smith, carriage maker of Port
laud, exhibited one open ""J one
covered buggy m? '" lr grounds,
wi,ik jwaerve especial mention. These
carriages are especially light and dura
ble, and those in need of such a purchase
nml who isn't should call unon him
before purchasing elsewherc. Of course
jir. ennui oore on me umu riuuuus.
Oelnber IStli. 1S74. by Rev. J. Hoberg. Wm. A.
Mills and Mrs. Mary E. Copi. all of Clacka
At the residence ot John I- Bozartli, Fruit
Point, W.T., October 4th, l!74, by V. C Itozarth,
J. P., Mr. Albert W. Luelling to Miss Mary
Gartlaer, Mr. Wiley Martin to Miss Mary h.
lknarth, Mr. Howard C. HozartU to Miss Dclma
j. iiarun, an or Lewis itiver.
NEW THIS WEEK.
WILHOIT SPRINGSJODA WATER !
TTAVING RECENTLY BEEN AFPOINTED
a J. Ageni lor me uuove well-known Mineral
waier,onierscan be promptly tilled.
G. Y. TILVVKR, Agent.
4 9 Corner Morrison and Third M reels.
ZKKE STILL ALIVE!
Oysters for tho Million!
At 40c per hundred.
I7ASTBRN OYSTERS per every steamer.
It servd in every stylo, and delivered to any
prtof thee4ty,atall times, both day ad night.
Come one and all.
Give Zeke a call,
At B9 FIRST STRBET, PORTLAND. 4 9
The following perrons are duly authorized to
net as AsenU for the 'cw NonTii west :
Mrs. Jiozartb -Pckln.'W. 3
Mm. K. A. Nichols Dallas
Mrs. II. A. Loughary... Amity
Lewis Wilcox Cornelius
ILT. Robison Dilly
Herman Snow 319 Kearny St., !San Francisco
A. W. McConnell North Yamhill
Horace IT. Hay New York City
Mrs. 8. M. Miller Last Chance
Mrs J. II. Foster- .Albany
Ashby l'earce Benton county
Dr. Bavley Corvallis
A. A. Manning
Miss Virginia uius....
Mrs. J. W. Jackson..
. w. lieacn
llev. Wm. Jolly
Mary J. Magers
A. W. Stanard
K. II. Claushton
C A. Ueeu
Mrs. O. T. Daniels
Mrs. Nellie Curl. ,
1'. C. Sullivan
Mrs. M. K. Cook
Mrs. M. C. Cllne
Mrs. It. A. Vawters
Mrs. R. R. Bishop
Kov. J. F. Damon
Mrs. Jane M. Wilson
P. D. Moore
Travel Inir Aseni
O. B. Blood
Mrs. M. Jemies .Traveling Agent
Dr. J. W. w atts- traveling Agent
Mrs. M. KMty.... Utfayelte
A. N. Arnold Albany
O. W. Lawson Salem
Mrs. J. DeVore Johnon
J.T.Scott, Esq -
Mrs. A. E. Corwln
J. W.Jackson- .
L. P. Fisher-
Mrs. Laura Do Force Gordon,
I. T. Maulsbv......... - Portland
G. W. Brock Union Ridge, W. T
G. W. Barnes Ochoco Valley
Mrs. F Oakshelt Traveling Agent
Mrs. J. C Hayes Gervals, Oregon
James Vance .. .Yreka, California
M. P. Owen Soquel, California
Mrs. It. A. Dupee -Sacramento, California
Mrs. Sarah Harry..-. -Stockton, California
Mrs. Sarah Wall is Mayfleld, California
"Woman's Journal" -Boston. Massachusetts
Charles W. Tappan Salt Lake City, U. T
jits, ij. ji. iidwcii. i-nemx, vregon
Mrs. M. J, Penland Halsey, Oregon
Mrs. M. A. Dlmlck Hubbard, Oregon
D. P. Porter...-. .Shedd's, Oregon
Other parties desiring to act as Agents will
please forward their names. We want Agents
at every postofflcc throughout Oregon and
JOHN A. BECK,
-T7-ATCHMAKER AND JEWELER. Located
Tl permanently In the Music Store ot A.S.
Smith A Co., 105 Front street, Portland, Oregon.
A good assortment of Seth Thomas Clocks;
also, a tine lot ot Spectacles. Watches, Clocks
and Jewelry repaired. All work guaranteed.
Country trade solicited. 4,8tf
ISCCCESSOU TO J. KolIK A Co.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Cents' and Boys' Clothing,
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, VALISES AND SATCHELS,
No. 91 First Street,
Opposite First National Bank, between Alder
s anu Yasnington,.L'oruanu,urcgon. s
SELECTED EASTERN OYSTERS!
Ter Steamers ; also,
FRESH SHOALtVATER BAY OYSTERS,
ALISKY & HECELE'S,
107 First Street.
Try their celebrated
C. F. STEWART,
Morrison Street, St. Charles Building, I
WATCH-MAKER AND JEWELER,
AND DEALER IX
Clocks, Watches and Jewelers' Goods.
Repairing done as usual. 3 14
J. x. Dor.ru.
. A. POM'H.
E. C. BROXACCIT.
DOLrn, BKoxAccn, voivn & suiox,
ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE, PORTLAND.
CORNER FRONT AND ALDER STREETS,
mills IS THE FINEST RESTAURANT
J. north of San Francisco, and furnishes nrsi
class accommodations at the following very
Board, per month $3409
uun . rrr rfHE
lloard. rcr day .7ft
Single meal .
49 O. C. RIDEll, Proprietor.
THE SINGER SEWING MACHINES.
SEWIXG MACniXE SALES FOR 1S73.
Slngtr JlaDBfsetnrlns Co. Sold 252,111 Jlarninrs.
Domestic m. -m. ix)
Drover A Baler S, M. Co..
Weed S. M. Co
Wilson S.M. Co .
liowe Machine Co .-.
Gold Medal S. M. Co
Wilcox A Ulbbs S. M. Co
American II. 11, Ac
R. P. Howe S. M. Co
Florence s. M. Co
Davis S. M. Co
Victor S.M. Co
nioes 8. M. Co.
Secor S. M. Co.
.t:tnarJ.Ii.I!mut)sJorf A Co
Bart ram & Fanton
Centennial S. M. Co
The table of Sewing Machine Sales lor 1873
shows that our sales last vear amount,! tn
'J32.4II (two hundred and thirty-two thous
and, four hundred and forty-four) Machines,
being a large Increase over the sales of the pre
vious year u&-.j
The table also shows that our sales Exceed
those ofnnr other Comnnnx.forthencrlod
named, by the number of 113,331 Machines,
or nearly double those of any other Company.
It may further be stated that the sales of 1S73,
as pomDared with those of l$72.show a relative
ly larger Increase, beyond the sales of other
maaers, man 01 auj uiurrjrar.
For Instance, In 1872 we sold 43,000 more
than nnr other Company, whereas. In lK73.tlie
sales were 113,234 Machines lit Excesi of
our Ulc"est competitor.
Ttion tirares are all the more remarkable,
fnr thn reason that the sales of the principal
Companies In 1S73 are LESS THAN THEIR
sLES IN 1S72, whereas, as has been shown,
OUR SALES HAVE LARGELY INCREASED.
The account of sales is from returns made to
the owners of the Sewing Machine patents.
It will hardly bo denied that the superiority
of the SINGER MACHINES Is fully demon-
stratea ataii events, iu lu" i'"'u""J "
the household is unnurauouuun-.
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING Ctt,
34 Union Square, New York.
f Principal Pacific Coast Ofllce, 1
J I No. 105 Kearny street. &F. I
1 Portland omce,
I No. 1&5 Third strecu J
Tbc Commnndlng Operation of Dr. Wal
ker's Vinegar Hitters In Chronic Dyspepsia,
Fevers, Nervous Disorders, Constipation, defi
ciency of vital power,and all maladies affecting
the stomach, the liver, the bowels, the pulmo
nary organs, or the muscular system, Is excit
ing the wonder of scientific men and creating
such a sensation among the sick as was never
before witnessed In any age. Tho sales of this
great vegetable remedy bare been quadrupled
within a single year. S
The triangular fight for Governor and other
State officers Is over, and the returns are com
ing In. Some think the result will be In favor
of the Democratic ticket, and vice versa, but it
is certain that FISHEL& ROBERTS are lead
ing In the race for supremacy In their particu
lar line of business. This popular clothing
house Is now filled In every department with
the latest fashions, and they are offering great
bargains, though that Is generally understood
by all who know the Arm. Leave your meas
ure, and wc assnre you that satlstactlon will be
given In every instance. 47
For the very best photographs, go to Bradley
A Rulofron's Gallery with an ELEVATOR,
429 Montgomery St., San Francisco.
FALL IMPORTATIONS I
THE WHITE HOUSE,"
Comprising the Largest and Most Attractive
Display ever exhibited In the clty.of
BLACK CROS GRAIN SILKS,
Plain Colox-etl Sillcs,
In the various new shades;
TRIMMING SILKS AND VELVETS,
Irish and French. Poplins,
EMPRESS CLOTHS, FREHCH MERINOS,
VIGOGNES, EPANGLES, CACIIEMERES,
Ilrnp DT.te, Tnnilse, Armurcs,
Rlnrrltz, F.tc, Etc
Special attention Isdirected to our brands of
Which for quality and brilliancy of color can
not be surpassed on the Coast.
FANCY GOODS DEPARTMENT
Will be found all the latest novelties in vogue.
Including a full assortment of
Itngle I'rln on,
.VII Colors In BALL FRINGES, and an endless
variety oi NECK RUCIIINO, Etc
We earnestly call the attention of Ladles to our
very superb ana recnercne assortment oi
HATS AND BONNETS,
Untrimmcd Velvet Hats,
Turquoise Silks, Velvets,
Cros Grain Trimming and Sash Klbbons,
In nny desired shade of color.
All of which, being of our own direct Impor
tation, far exceed In style and beauty any of
our tormcr attractions.
LEWIS & STRAUSS,
4-6 No. 87 First Street.
Oro Fino Theater.
Lessee and MANACr.KMits. K. M. Phclts
Engagement of the California Artiste,
H. F. STONE, MRS. F. M. PHELPS, ROB'T FUlfORD
And full Dramatic Company and Orchestra.
AH the Lnte Novrltlet
Will be brought out in rapid succession.
Open Every Evening- Except Sunday,
Every Saturday Afternoon, at 2 o'clock, at half
llie uuai price.
WAR CLAIM AGENCY,
No. 31 MONTGOMERY BLOCK,
San Francisco, Cal.
AIKEN. Attornev-at-Law. and Com'
mandcrof the Grand Army of the Ro-
puuiic in tjntiiornia anu eTaua. win give
prompt attention to the collection of Additional
Travel l"ay, now due California and Nevada
volunteers, uiscnargeu more man tnree Hund
red miles from home. Soldiers can depend on
falrdeallng. Information given freeof charge.
When writing, enclose stamp for reply, and
state company and regiment and whether you
have a discharge. Conirress has extended the
time for tiling claims for additional bounty
under the Act ot JulySS, lSCti, to January, IS7S,
so mat aw sucu claims must ic maue before
that time. Original Bounty of $100 has been
allowed ail volunteers who enlisted before July
,... 1 fnr tlifM vfir tr lint nfilil tli i, rr a
wlien discharged. Land Warrants can be ob
tained for services rendered before 1S55, but not
forscrvlces in tno late war. lvnsions tonne
late war and warof 1812oblained and Increased
when allowed for less than disability warrants,
but no pensions aro allowed to Mexican and
trinH.in trarsoldlerz. Stole of Texas has grant
ed pensions to surviving veterans of Texas rev
olution. JCW uiicoua M . . . . . MUMJ
iitmwdue and being paid. W. JL Aiken also
attends to General Law and Collection Busl
IMPROVED HOME SHUTTLE" SEWING MACHINE !
2Se-w Style Improved .A.iicrut, IS'7'4.
1N1SHED IN SIX DIFFERENT STYLESGUARANTEED TO GIVE SATISFACTION !
THE ONLY PRACTICAL,
LIGHT, SMOOTH, -gs
MANUFACTURE COMMENCED, 1S73
Sold at Low Prices for Cash No Traveling Agonts.
TATE AGENT P. of II. has made special arrangements to supply Grangers. The sales of
I these Machines exceed all competitors on North Pacific coast. Needles for all kinds of Sew
ing Machines. Send for new Price List and Illustrated Circulars.
4 9 Southwest corner
R R R
Railway's Ready Relief!
CURES THE WORST PAINS
In Trout One to Tncnty Minute.
NOT ONE HOUR
After reading this advertisement need any one
SUFFER WITH PAIN.
Ealway'i Kesdr Keller Is a Cure fur Ercry. Pain.
It was the first and Is
The Only Pain IZcmcdy
that Instantlvstons the most excruciating pain.
allays Inflammations, and cure Congestions,
whether of tho Lungs, stomach, liowels, or
other glands or onran. by one application, IN
FROM ONE TO TWENTY MINUTES, no mat
ter how violent or excruciating the pain the
RHEUMATIC, lled-rldden, Intlrm, Crippled,
Nervous, Neuralgic, or prostrated with disease
RADIVAVS ItEADV ItELIEr
Will afford Instant relief for
Inflammation orthe Kidneys;
Inflammation of the liladder;
Inflammation of the liowels;
Congestion of tho Lungs;
Soro Throat, Difllcult Iireathlng;
i'aipiiaiion oi mo uean;
Hvstcrics, Croup, Dlpthcria, Catarrh;
Influcnia, Headache, Toothache, Neural;
Rheumatism, Cold Chills, Ague Chills.
The application of the Ready Relief to the
part or parts where the pain or dltllculty exists
will afford ease and comfort. Twenty drops in
half a tumbler of water will in a few moments
euro Cramps, Spasms, Sour Stomach, Hoart-
nurn, hick jteauacne, iiiarrnen, iiyscntcry,
Colic, Wind In the liowels, and all Internal
Travelers should always carry a liottle of
Radways lteady Relief with them. A fewdrops
in water will prevent sickness or pains from
chance of water. It H better than French
Branny or Hitters as a stimulant.
FEVER AMI Afit'E.
Fover and Ague cured for 50 cents. There Is
not a remedial agent In the world that will
cure Fever and Ague, and all other Malarious,
islllous, scarlet, lypnoiu, leiiow ana oilier
revcrs (aiucu oy lumway's I'iiisi so tpncK as
Itadway's Ready Relief. Fifty cints pur bottle.
Sold by DruggUts.
HEALTH! BEAUTY !
STRONG AND PURE RICH I1LOOD-IN-
CIIEASE OF FLESH AND WEIGHT-
CLEAR SKIN AND BEAUTIFUL CO.M-
PLEXION HtCURED TO ALU
nas made the most astonishing eti res: sonulek
and rapid are the changes the body undergoes.
unucr tno inuuence ot mis truly wonuenui
Every Tiny nit Increase In I'iesli nml
eignt i neen mm 1 cit.
THE CHEAT BLOOD PUKIFIEK!
Evcrr drop of the Sarsaparillian Resolvent
communicates through the blood, sweat, urine,
anu oilier nuias nnu juices oi me system tne
vi cor of life, for it repairs tho wastes of tho body
with newand sound material. Scrofula, Syph
ilis, Consumption, Glandular disease. Ulcers In
the Throat, Mouth, Tumors, Nodes In tho
Glands and other parts of the system. Sore
Eves. Strumous Discharges from the ears, and
the worst forms of Skin diseases. Eruptions,
Fever Sores, Scald Head, Ring worm, Salt
Rheum. Ervslpelas. Acne. Black Spots. Worms
In the Flesh, Cancers In the Womb, and all
weakening and painful discharges. Night
Sweats. Loss of Sperm, and all wastes of the
lire principle, aro wiinut tne curativo range oi
this wonder of Modern Chemistry, and a few
days' use will prove to any person using it for
either of these forms of dlsenvsltspotcntpowcr
to cure them.
If the patlent.daily becoming reduced by the
wastes and decomposition (hat Is continually
progressing, succeeds In arresting these wastes,
and repairs the same with new material made
ironi neaitny moou ; ana mis tne earsnparniian
will and does secure.
Not only docs tho Sarsaparillian Resolvent
oxcel all known remedial agents In the cure of
chronic, scrofulous ami constitutional skip
diseases; but It Is the only positive cure for
Kidney and Bladder Complaints,
Urinary and Womb diseases. Gravel. Diabetes.
Dropsy, Stoppage, of Water, Incontinence of
Urine. Brlcht's Disease. Albuminuria, and in
all cases where there are brlckdust deposlts.or
toe water is tuict. ciouay, inixcu wuu sub
stances like the whlto of an egg, or threads
like white silk, or there Is a morbid, dark, bil
ious appearance, ana noncmust. ueposiis, anu
when there Is a pricking, burning sensation
when passing water, and pain In the Small of
tne itaci;, anu along tne iin. t-ncu, iiw
WOItMH. The only known and sure Remedy
tor orms i-iu, lape, etc
Tnmor of 12 Yenrs' t.'roulli Cured by
Beverly. Mass.. Jul v IS. lv.
Dr. Radway: I have had Ovarian Tumor In
the ovaries and bowels. All the doctors said
there was-no helpTor If." I tried every thine
that was recommonded i- but nothing helped
me. iftawyouriii-ui,t:iii,itim moiigut i wouiu
try it, but had no faitli In it, because I had suf-
terea tor twelve yean i iook six notiiesot Hie
Resolvent, and one box of Had way's Pills, and
two bottles of your Ready Relief; and there Is
uuLumguuituiuui v dvuivi tcii.nim A ice I
better, smarter, and happier than I have tor 12
years, i ne worst tumor was in me lett siuc ot
tne Dowcts.over me cmiu. i write tnis to vou
for the benefit of others. Yon may publish it
liyoucnoose. iia.n.nah l'. ivNAl'p.
PERFECT PURGATIVE PILLS,
perfectly tasteless, elegantly coated wllh sweet
gum, purge, regulate, purify, cleanse, and
strengthen. For the cure or all dlsordersof the
Stomach, Liver, Bowels, Kidneys, liladder.
Nervous Diseases, Headache. Constipation.
Costiveness. Indigestion, Dyscpsla, Ullious
ness, Bilious Fever, Inflammation of the IJow-
eis,i'iics,Hnuuii utri.MiKciuuma oi t ne internal
viscera. arrann-u iu eiieci a positive cure.
Vegetable, purely, containing no mercury,
minerals, or ueiciriiuj, m
or Observe the following symptoms result
Inr from disorders of tho Digestive On-nn,
Constipation, Inward Piles, FnlnessofKIood In
tho Head, Acidity or the Stomach, Nausea.
lleartlmm.DUzustof Food. Pullnessnr Weight
In the Stomach, Sour Eructations, sinking or
Fluttering at the Pltof thcStomach. Swimming
ot the Head, Hurried and Dltllcult Ilreathlng,
FluUcrtng at the Heart, ChoklngorSunbcatlng
Sensations when In a LVIng IVjsture. litmnnt.
of Vision, Dots or Webs before the Sight, Fever
and Dull Pain In the head. Deficiency or Per
spiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes.
Pain In the side, Chest, Limbs, and sudden
Flushes of Heat, llurnlng in the Flesh.
A few dotes of Radway's Pills will free the
system trout ail tue auove-namcu disorders.
x rice, i cents per uux. jiu uy uruggtsts.
Read "False and True." Send ono letter
stamp tn RAIiWAY A CO-.No.ST Mnlrto r
New York. Information worth thousands wiif
be sent you.
LOW - PRICED MACHINE !
ALL KINDS OF WORK
Straight Needle !
OVER 60,000 SOLD FIRST YEAR.
w. TICAVEIC. .tinnurncturerv Agent,
Morrison and Third streets, Portland, Oregon.
Dr. J. Walker's California Yin-
ccar Hitters aro ti purely Vegetable
E reparation, made chiefly from the native,
erbs found ou the lower ranges of the Sier
ra Nevada mountains of California, the
modicinal properties of which are extract
ed therefrom without the use of Alcohol.
The question is almost daily asked, "What
13 the cause of the unparalleled success of
Yfsnout Hinuits?" Our answer is, that
they removo the canso of disease, and the
patient recovers his health. They arc the
great blood purifier and a life-fiTing prin
ciple, a perfect itcnovator anu invigorator
of the system. Never before in the history
of the world has a medicine been com
pounded possessing the remarkable qual
ities of Vinegar Bitters iu healing the sick
of every disease man is heir to. They nre a
gentle Iurgative as well a3 a Tonic, reliev
ing Congestion or Inflammation of the
Liver and Viiceral Organs, in Bilious Dis
eases. II" men will enjoy sood health, let
them use Vinegar Hitters as a medicine.
and avoid tho use of alcoholic stimulants
in every form.
it. t; txi.VAf.n t co
Draicai.t -ud n.u,ni .tirruL.. uu lniKacu. tllfur.
ui. slid cor. WubuiKt-u sud Charltuu SU-. Stx Yuik.
Soll by nil llrucslstN uud Ucnlei-k.
B U C H XT !
The only known Remedy for
And a positive remedy for
GOUT, GRAVEL, STRICTURES, DIABETES,
DYSPEPSIA, NERVOUS DEBILITY,
Kon-retcntlon or Incontinence of Urine, Irrita
tion, Inflammation or Ulceration of the
Bladder and Kidneys,
Leucorrhceu or Whites, Diseases of the Prostrate
uianu,tone in ine uiaaaer,
Colculus Gravel or Brlckdust Deposit and Mu
cus or .Milky Discharges.
EXTRACT B TJ C BE 17
Permanently cures all diseases ol the
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, AND DROPSICAL SWELLINGS,
Existing In men, women and children,
IWXO MATTER WHAT THE AGE 1 KU
Prof. Steele says: "One bottle of Kearney's
Fluid Extract lliichu Is worth more than all
other Buchus combined."
Price, Jl per Bottle, or Six Bottles for Si
Depot, No. 101 Dunne St., New York.
AThysIclan In attendance to answer corre-
sponuence acu give auvice gratis.
OiPSend stamp for pamphlets, free.
3 -A' tf
. TO THE
NERVOUS AND DEBILITATED
OF BOTH SEXES.
Xo Charge Tor Advice and Consultation.
DR.J. R DYOTT, graduate of Jefferson Med
ical College, Philadelphia, author of sever
al valuable works, can lo consulted on all dis
eases of the Sexual or Urinary Organs, (which
he has made an especial study), cither in male
or female, no matter from what cause originat
ing or of how longstanding. A practice of SO
years enables him to treat diseases with suc
cess. Cures guaranteed. Reasonable charges.
Those at a distance can forward letter describ
ing symptoms and enclosing stamp to prepay
Send for the "Ouide to Health;" price? 10c
- J. It. DYOTT, n.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
101 Dnane St., X. T.
BUT XO.XE BUT THE REST!
THE "UNIVERSAL" SPRING BEDS!
EVERYBODY BUYS THEM !
"linT Because they are cheap, simple.
common slat heilitead. They can be packed
and sent to any address In a space ot one foot
Xo Nails or Screws About Them !
FULLY WARRANTED FOR THREE TEARS!
Price Only Ten Dollars!
A ...(. vftntml In ftrortf iit,nfv In tllft StfltP.
Full directions with each bed.
II. B. MORRILL, Proprietor,
First street, between Yamhill and Taylor.
PIONEER BOOT t SHOE 3I1XUFACT0BT,
Cosmopolitan Hotel Building, between Oak
and Stark streets, Portland.
I MANUFACTURE NOTHING BUT HAND
MADE GOODS. Boots and Shoes made to
order at retail prices. Nothing but tho best
t rencn auunantauruz i earner useu. All stocc
warranted as represented.
My farmers' Boots and Shoes I will
WARRANT FOR ONE YEAR.
Persons coins to the Stlckcen Mines wilt
And it to their interest to Examine my Goods
before purchasing elsewhere.
Please bear In mind the name,
Tills Is the only house on the coast that manu
factures wholly by hand.
.None but tne tiesi oi workmen empioyeu.
Country Dealers are especially invited to
I will pay the above reward to any one who
detects shoddy of anyklnd In my work.
3 34 li. O. OlltSU.N,
THE JONES SPRING BED!
THE BEST IX THE MARKET!
r" IS VERY ELASTIC, CHEAP AND DURA
blc; has do harbor fur vermin and
Cannot Get Out of Order.
Is now the leading cheap Spring Bed In the
isasicrn marseu it can ue nau oi
BARNARD A GIHSWOLD,
Wholesale Agents, Portland,
Or Tyler A Shipley, Forest Grove; C. F. Royal,
i-aiavene: j. a. lavior. Jtcitinnviie: il w.
Dunn, North Yamhill; Henry Worlns, Hlllb-
Refer to Oulmhv A Perkins. American Ex
change, Portland ; J. T. Scott, N. K. Goodell
and Jerome Porter. Forest Grove: Dr. Sutton
McMinnville; A. C. Arehibold, Hillsboro. and
a hundred others. TYLER A SHIPLEY,
3 lTtt Forest Grove, Oregon.
OREGON STEAM NAVIGATION CO.'S
BOATS OF THE COMPANY WILL LEAVE
Portlaud as follows :
For Tbe Dnlles:
Dally (Sundays excepted) at 5 o'clock A. M.
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at C A. jr.
For KAlama anil Tacomn:
Daily (Sundays excepted) at G A. M.
Wednesday and Saturday at S A. sr.
8. G. REED, Vice President
J. EC. 3TISIC,
ASSAYER AND METALIiTJRGIST,
19 Stark St., bet. First and Second.
Highest Trice raid for Gold Dust & Bars.
rriESTK made wmr care, and assays
JL of Gold anil Silver, Copper, Lead, Anti
mony. Nickel, Chrome, Plumbago, Tin, Iron,
Clnnebar, Llntc, and other Metals. Analysis
of Mineral Waters and all other substances.
OUT OF THE FIRE !
NOW IS THE TIME!
For All who Want their Fares to Look Bcantlfal!
1 SI HAVE FITTED UP MY NEW ROOMS
expressly for the business, I would most
nvltc the ladles and gentlemen ot
Portland and vicinity to call and visit the
NEW PHOTOGRAPH ROOMS,
Corner First and Yamhill streets.
T have an entire new outfit. My Prices will
continue to be lower than In any other Rooms
In Portland. All kinds of work done in the Art,
and in the neatest style. Nothing but first
class work will be finished In my Rooms.
Only one nigiu or stairs.
3 2S O. DENNIE, Photographer.
TO THE LADIES OF PORTLAND.
JRS. W. N. WALLACE will open a first-class
Oct. 1st. In ono of the new and Elegant Rooms
on Stark street, between First and Second, at
which place she would respectfully solicit your
CONTRACTOR AND BULT.DER,
And Manufacturer of the
North First street, between B and C, Portland'
rrmrc TtvnFTtsiGNED. HAVING LEASED
ST. CHARLES HOTEL,
Begs leave to inform the public that he has
commenced business with
At Reasonable Rates.
eiirFrco Coach to and from the Hou sc
r.VITES HIS OLD PATRONS AND THE
Public gencra'ly to call at his
MEW BUTCHER SHOP,
Washington St., one door cast or Third.
rPBY TUB DELICIOUS DISHES THAT
jl cuuic his up uatiy at me tcntrai Market.
Importer and Wholesale Dealer In
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
Hats and Gents FuRNismNa Goods,
Ladles' and Silases'
TRIMMED AND UNTRIMMED HATS AND
Frames, Braids, Cords, Ornaments, Flowers
Ribbons, Trlmmlnjs, etc
Dress Goods, White Goods, Tankee No
Ladles' Cloaks, CloaK Trim
AGENT OF THE BROWNSVILLE WOOLEN
A Jiill Stock of Blankets, Yarns, Baa-
vers, Tweeds and Oassimcres
LATEST STYLES BY EVERY STEAMER
PEIXIXBEIt A CO.,
Washington St., bet. Second and Third,
E MANUFACTURE AN
A NO. 1 ARTICLE. OF
And all klndsof Pastry usually found in a First
CB" Goods delivered to any part of the city.
MRS. UPILVJI 1IENDEE,
CLAIRVOYANT & MAGNETIC MEDIUM
CoiiffresM Hall, llitsli Street,
Between California and Montgomery streets,
Room 43, second floor. Circles Thursday ami
Saturday evenings. Seances for business,
A. C. WALLING,
Book and Job Printer,
pittock's building, up-stairs,
Corner Front and Stark streets,
Work done at REASONABLE RATES. 2-33
DR. MARY A. THOMPSON,
PHYSICIAN AND ACCOUCHEUR
TJESIDENCE AND OFFICE-THIRD ST.
AX between Salmon and Main, opposite the
Calls attended In any part of the city.
Batteries for sale, ana Instructions given on
the use of electricity as a Remedial Agent, nl.
IR. J. a. GLENN,
Southwest corner First and Yamhill,
PORTLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
ROOMS Corner First and Stark Nts.,
over Ladd A Tllton's Bank.
Contains Orcr Tbree Thousand Choice Books
Over 100 Papers and Magazines.
MEMBERSHIP FREE TO ALL
Monthly Dues 81 00 Payable Quarterly
DIRKCTOR3 Wm. Ft. Ladd, P. C Schuyler, Jr.,
M. P. Deady, L. H. Wakeflold, "W. H. Brackett,
A. a Glbbs.a H. Lewis, M. W. Fechheimer, II.
Falling, L. Blum.
L. H. WAKEFIELD-
P. C. SCHUYLER. Jr.
M. W. FECHHEIMER-..
HENRY A. OXER.
Librarian and Rec Sec
SOMETHING N E W I
TWO HUNDRED BUSHELS TO TIXE ACRE.
Farmer and Gnrdeners, Read Tills I
Agents Wanted to Sell the Japanese Pea.
THESE PEAS have recently been brought to
this country from Japan, and prove to be
the fl nest Pea known for table use or for stock.
They grow In the form of a bush, from 3 to 5
leei nigu, anu uo not require sucuing. They
yield from one Quart to a Gallon per bush. A
sample package, that will produce from 5 to 10
bushels of peas, with circular giving terras to
Agents, and lull directions as to time and man
ner ot planting, win be sent postpaid to any
iring to act as Agent, on receipt of 50 cts.
U L. OSMENT, Cleveland, Tenn.
"We have cultivated the Japanese Tea the
past season, on a small scale, and we arc con
vinced they arc a perfect success. Their yield
was enormous. For the Table or for Stock tney
are unsurpassed by any other pea. They crow
well on thin land and are bound to be a No. I
A. J. -WHITE, Trustee Bradley county ,
I have cultivated thofPlofMObusneti
year, and raised them ,t .the rate ,ot j"
&esle a?-FV-P-, Bradley Co.