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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 12, 1875.
60,000 postal cards, new style, arrived
by the steamer on Tuesday evening.
J. K. Gil! & Co. keep the best assort
ment of books and stationery fn the
city, af, 75 First street
Those who desire to purchase winter
clothing at rates extremely low are re
ferred to Currier & Co.'s advertisement.
We are pleased to learn that Professor
Prentice is meeting with the success in
this city which bis musical ability so
At the solicitation of many friends of
the song service, opportunity will be
given to secure reserved seats after 10
o'clock a. M. on Saturday of each week.
The ball given at Good Templars'
Hall on Tuesday evening, under the
auspices of the Liberal Association, was
largely attended, and an extremely
W. H. Baker, who shot and killed Ie
btewart in a row at the American r
change saloon last spring, has been ac
qltted of the charge of manslaughter
ana aiscnarged ironi custody.
The readings of Miss Holbrook at
Masonic Hall on Monday and Tuesday
evenings were well attended and highly
appreciated. The young lady intends
visiting the principal towns up the val
ley, ana is at present in tsaiem.
Fishel & Roberts have just received a
nne, invoice of men's ana boys' clothing,
which they oner to their numerous
patrons at rates extremely low. Call
and see the splendid exhibit at their
rooms, corner of Washington and First
Flelschner, Mayer & Co. continue to
fill numerous orders from the interior
to the entire satisfaction of their cus
tomers regarding prices, quality and
variety of goods. AH orders receive the
prompt personal attention of one of the
members of the firm.
The "Woman's Association" of St.
Stephen's Chapel passed at a recent
meeting a resolution to pay to the
bishop or his agent the sum of $10 per
month for the maintenance of one or
phan at the orphanage until the said
grant shall be revoked by the Associa
tion. The "song service" as conducted forms
a delightful Sunday evening recreation,
for which the public show their grati
tude by their attendance and contribu
tions. These latter have heretofore been
left to the option of the giver, but 25
cents admission will be charged hereaf
ter for adults, and 10 cents for children.
The new and commodious steamboats
"Ohio" and "City of Salem" offer supe
rior traveling accommodations to pas
sengers, while their facilities for snip
ping and handling grain and other
freight are unsurpassed. The enterpris
ing gentlemen of this "Independent
Steamboat Line" deserva and receive
MissMacnamara, fashionable milliner
at the Ladies' Bazar, south of Ladd & Til
ton's bank, has just received a fine and
varied assortment of first-class millin
ery direct from New York, which she is
prepared to sell to her numerous custo
mers at prices to suit the times. Call
and see her goods before making fall
and winter purchases.
The four boys, George Connor, Chas.
Carroll, John Dougherty, and Willie
Reynard, found guilty of larceny, were,
on Saturday, sentenced by His Honor
Judge Shattuck to three years each In
the penitentiary. These youthful of
fenders, the youngest but nine years
old, bad the benefit of a fair trial, and
public sympatl)y was throughout
strongly in their favor, on account of
their extreme youth; the evidence of
their guilt was, however, so conclusive
that the jury could do no less than bring
in a verdict of guilty, and the court no
less than pass sentence. It is hoped
that their fate will be a salutary warn
ing to others of their age in this city,
who are manifestly on the same road,
and especially be a warning to parents
to look after their boys.
STATE AND TERRITORIAL.
The post office at Sublimity, Marion
county, has been re-established.
A car load of emigrants arrived at
Itoseburg last week. They are looking
ior nomes in mat section.
Levi Iceland, the Grand Lecturer of
ine liooa Templars, lectured at JS'ew
Westminister, 5. v., last week.
Work has been suspended on the
Dalles and Bandy wagon road. About
twenty-five miles of the road have been
Diptheria has recently been quite
prevalent in the vicinity of Browns
ville. Linn county. Some fatal results
The steamship "Dakota," on her re
cent trip from Olympla to Seattle, made
the quickest passage on record three
hours and fifty minutes.
Since the beginning of the year, the
direct shipments of the three coal
mines Seattle, Eenton and Talbot
to San Francisco aggregate 56,738 tons,
The biennial report of Mr. E. T,
Gunn, Territorial Treasurer, shows that
"Washington Territory is $20,599 99 in
debt, and has a balance on hand of $12,-
W. E. Dunbar. G. W. C. T.. organized
a lodge of Good Templars on Upper
Eagle Creek, in Clackamas county, on
the 5th. inst., with twenty-two charter
The Yamhill County "Woman Suffrage
Association win meet at .Lafayette on
Wednesday, the 17th insL There will
be three sessions, meeting to open at 11
O'CIOCK A. JL.
The town of Sheridan, in Yamhill
county, is rapidly Increasing In ponula
tion. The place has four churches, one
school-house, three stores, and several
otner important institutions.
Ashland has two schools In successful
operation. The academy has an attend
ance of about one hundred, which is
daily increasing, while the same may be
earn ot tne district school.
A child of Wiley Parker, living a few
miles from Jacksonville, was severely
ournea oy its ciotnes catcnlng tire from
a fire burning near the house. Its re
covery is thought to be doubtful.
Gardiner bids fair to be a lively place
this winter. The arrival and departure
of numerous schooners keep up quite a
buzz. The new steamer and schooner
being built there will soon be ready to
Fifteen thousand shfenn
ported into Montana during the present
year from Illinois, Iowa, Utah. Nevada
and California. This will-swell the
number of sheep In that Territory to
If the utterances of the religious press
are to be tacen as a toKen, tne expecta
tion of a great revival the coming win
ter is marked ancugenerai.
The following persons are. duly authorized to
act as Agents for the New Noktii west:
Miss Marv BIshoD Brownsville
John Meachtim .-..Pendleton
George Wallace . waua waua
A. J. tjmimnon ,. iravruni; yvKcui
Mrs. T.J. Baxter Z Independence
Mrs. K. A. Nichols Dallas
Mrs. IL A. Loughary - .. Amity
R.T. HobUon Dilly
Herman Snow .119 Kearny HL, Kan Francisco
A. W. McConnoll North Yamhill
Horace H. Day New York City
Mrs. H. M. Miller Last Chance
Mrs J. H. Foster- . Albany
Ash by Pearce Benton county
Dr. Bayley-. CorvalUs
A. A. Manning . Ulympln
Miss Virginia olds.
Mrs. J. W. Jackson-
W. W. Beach
Rev. Wm. Jolly
Mary j. lagers.
A. W. stanard,
H. H. Claughton-,.
u. a. iieea
Mrs. O. T. Daniels
Mrs. Nellie Curl
P. C. Sullivan
Mrs. M. F. Cook
Mrs. M. C Cline
Mrs. K. A. Vawters
Mrs. B. B. Bishop
Rev. J. F. Damon
John Holtcn . .
p. u. MOore..
G. B. Blood
Mrs. M. Jeffries
Dr. J. W. Watts
Mrs. M. Kelty-
A. N. Arnold
O. "W. Lawson ..
Mrs. J. DeVore Johnson .
J. T. Scott, Esq
Mrs. A. E. Corwln
J. W. Jackson
L. P. Fisher ..
Mrs. Laura De Force Gordon.
Mrs. Nellie Mossman .
G. W. Brock.
Union Ridge, W.T
.. Ochoco Valley
G. W. Barnes
Mrs. E. Oakshett
Mrs. J. C. Hayes.
M. P. Owen
Mrs. R. A. Dupee
Mrs. Sarah Harry.
Mrs. Sarah Wallfs
Charles W. Tappan
Mrs. L. M. Howell
Mrs. Lydia Cooley
Salt Lake City, U. T
. Hubbard, Oregon
v. P. rorter.
Other parties desiring to act as Agents will
please forward their names. We want Agents
at every postoffice throughout Oregon and
Moork & Hol-ABaugh, (successors to J
Flelschner), at the old stand, 123 First street,
known as the San Francisco Boot and Shoe
Store, respectfully say to his old patrons and
the public generally that we have marked
down the old stock from 25 to 50 per cent., and
Intend to sell regardless of cost, having this
day received a large stock of New Goods of the
latest styles, which we will sell as cheap as the
cheapest, endeavoring to suit all who may fa
vor us with their patronage. Custom work
of all kinds done In the latest styles and on
new and scientific principles. Repairing done
to order. Give us a call before purchasing
elsewhere. All work warranted.
A VALUABLE Dbcoveby. Dr. J. r. 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 mall. He
prepares It in pills, at SO cents a box. The Doc
tor is largely known and highly respected.
A lady who lost three sons by consumption
writes lrom Hartford, Conn., to say that her
only remaining child, a daughter, has been
saved, she believes, by the use of Hale's
Honey of Horxuound and Tar.
Pike's Toothache Drops cure In one minute.
NEW THIS WEEK.
Motor Drnnf In black mix, gold mix, light
liulbl rlUUI blue, green, etc., for sale by
5-11 107 Third street.
THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL.
Front street, between Taylor and Salmon,
J. W. WOODWARD, Proprietor.
Board, per week$l 50 1 Single Meals $.25
Board & Lodging. 5 50 1 bodging . 25
-t-cGIBENY'S SONG SEEVICE
EACH SUNDAY EVENING!
New Market Theater.
TT'h!JbL!E3 "WE .--LIELjE-
CLOTHING AT COST
CURRIER & CO.
"Will sell their Entire Stock of
Tor the Next Sixty (60) Days
For Cash Only!
J. It. &, CO..
In . i
MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
BOOKS AND STATIONERY
IN THE CITY,
AT KO. 75 FIIIST' STREET, PORTLAND.
Rnnnotp P-dles' and Misses', great variety,
latest strles. Inst received bV
jb n. CAMSUKO.
83 Third street.
MY HUSIHOSA TEW PAH0IES IN
The mauy friends of Mrs. A. J. Duni-
way, who have from time to time ex
pressed a desire to possess such original
poems as they have heard her recite at
the close of her lectures, can now have
opportunity to purchase them in pam
phlet form for the low price of twenty
five cents. Stud orders, with cash, to
this office, and receive the poems with
the author's autograph.
The Aiiericas 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 Dibectoby to
secure correct and trustworthy reports Is rigid
In Its requirements, and is adhered to with
Impartiality. Successful publishers, who have
something to gain by a comparison, are gener
ally prompt, not only to send reports In con
formity, bht give Messrs. Geo. P. Rowel 1 & Co.
such inlonnatlon 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
Bar The National' Gold Medal was awarded
to Bradley & Rulofson for the best Photographs
In the United States, and the Vienna Medal
for the best In the, world. 429 Montgomery
street, San Francisco.
NEW THIS WEEK.
lYIi-s. A.. J. Duniway'g
" . It!
The Molalla Matron,
HE FINEST AND BEST PRODUCTION
From the experienced Author's prolific pen,
V T through the columns of the New Nobtu-
First 'Friday in December.
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE!
To get the whole of this Story without being
burdened with back numbers.
Call the attention of your friends to this
advertisement. Everybody wants the paper.
They have only to be asked to subscribe. A
copy of the paper will be furnished FREE to
every getter-up of a Club of FIVE NEW SUB
Let each patron try to secure one new sub
scriber during the next few weeks, and thus
help to place this Great Story before every
reader In Oregon and Washington Territory.
NDEPENDENT STEAMBOAT LINE!
' OHIO," " CITY OF SALEM."
IiASDINO AT PACIFIC iniARr,
Foot of Salmon street. '
LARGEST STORAGE FACILITIES IN THE CITY!
Pass your Wheat with Least Handling to Deep
a water. lu
AGENT FOR OREGON AND WASHINGTON
OELF-BEGULAT1NG SIDE VANE AND
CJ Rudder! Wlllwater400headofcatueevery
24 hours. Takes care of Itself In gales. Has
been tested seven years. Is used In all the
States and Territories. Reference is made to
W. C Goodrich, near Dayton. Yamhill county.
Oregon. Orders promptly attenaea to, ana iui
instructions given in puxunginem up.
4 94 .tt. MCLnjftMiU, Agent.
FITS CURED FREE 1
ANY PERSON SUFFERING FROM THE
above disease is requested to address Ds.
Phice, and a trial bottle of medicine will be
lorwaraea oy .express,
FITS OR EPILEPSY
a study for years, and he will warrant a cure
oy me nse or nis remear. uo not iau 10 send
thlm fora trial bottle; It costs nothing, and he
wm, cjjiiu you,
no matter of how long standing your case stay
be, or howmany other remedies have tailed.
Circulars and testimonials sent with
FREE TRIAL BOTTLH.
Be particular to give your Express, as well as
Post Office direction, and address
ncvuuu. u uures
DR. chas. t. "pntrTR
67 WUllam streefe Now York.
Unfinnr Dress Buttons, Spool and Skein
II U UUIIO, silks, Button H. Twist, Cable Cord,
Alpaca Braids and Bindings, Elsstlo Cord and
Tape, etc., etc, for salo; at 107 Third street, by
5-11 JOHN WILSON,
OFFICE OF THE SINGER
THE SINGER STILL TRSUfPHAIMT !
nfrinnnMT and Marhina No- Machines No. Machines Increase orDe-
ame of Company and -tachine. sold In 1873. sold In 1871. ' crease.
The HtBger MsBurittarlng Company 222,411 211,87U ' Increase 9.23S
Wheeler fc Wilson Manufacturing Company 119.190 9227 Decrease 23,383
Howe Sewing Machine Company (estimated) 1S1.U0O , 85,000 " 119,000
Domestic Sewing Machine Company : 40,114 22,700 ' ' 17,411
Graver 4 Baker Sewing Machine Company 38,179 20,000 " 16479
Weed "' ' 21,7(19 20,495 " 1,274
Wilson " " " 21,247 17,525 " 3,722
Wilcox & Glbbs " " " '15483 13,710 " 1,478
American B. H. " " " 144S2 13,529 - ess
Florence " -l t " 8,960 5J17 3,443
Victor " " C J4-. , 7,446 6,232 " 1,154
iEtna, X. E. Brannsdorf A' Cof-". i 3.0S1 ' 1,868 " 1,215
'THE WHITE HOUSE,"
Conslstlngof the Latest Novelties in
PLAIX XSD PI-VID
ID -EL-ESS GOODS,
Including the celebrated
BLA.CK 4 COLORED CASHMERES,
NEW CENTENNIAL CLOTH,
' . ' CAMELS' HAIR PLAIDS, . ,(
ALL WOOL BERGE,
Together with the various
nvv:.: . t -
' :n:; :
SILKS A.TSX VELVETS
We beg leave also to call attention to our
splendid display of ,
IMroItTED COSTUMES, DKA1 ITXC.
BEADED AND BEAVER
And to our
Consisting of the Choicest and Most Extensive
French Hats and Bonnets.
FLOWERS, FEATHERS, RIBBONS, ORNAMENTS,
Etc., Etc, Etc,
We invite especial attention being the most
attractive exniDiuon ever presented to mo la
dles of Portland.
A close inspection ofour establishment will
at once convince .our patrons that every De
partment is so complete mat it is lmpossioie
to describe the mauy Novelties on exhibition.
LEWIS & STRAUSS,
So. 87 First Street.
"TnE VERY FINEST
SHUSTER &. DAVIDSON'S,
Corner of First and Yamhill streets, Portland.
11 M. WIBERG WILL REMOVE HIS STOCK
BOOTS AND SHOES
TO NO. 103 FRONT STREET,
Next store below Beck's Gunsbop, before the
a a -um or HepteraDer.
FOR THE BEST
Bachtel & Stolte's
. 1 . .
-E4.I-SlCE OTP AKT,
Corner of First and Morrison streets, Portland,
5 .Oregon. ; 3
XEIMETER & UTTER,
No. 31 First street, between Pine raid Ash,
5 PORTLAND, OREGON. . f
JOHN A. BECK,
(Formerly " at Wm. Beck & Son's),
WATCH-MAKER AND JEWELER,
No. 109 Front street, Portland.
TUST RECEIVED, A FULL ASSORTMENT
tl of Beth Thomas Clocks, to be sold at San
Francisco list price ; a One line ot "Watches,
Chains and Jewelry at low Azures.
Watch Repairing a specialty. All work war
ranted. 5 5
o-CT . -tfTin'A Per TVs v -it V.-iTn. Terms free.
J-' -JU Addre8sto;STlMSOM&Co., Port
1 m .1 lf.m. 1 A Of 1.
Third Street, Portland, Slay 27, 1873.
ACKERiYIAN'S DOLLAR STORE
Saturday, October 16th, 1875.
HAS RE-OPENED AT
94 Fii-st Sti-eet,
(Opposite the old stand); .
No. Of Front Street,
PORTLAND, OREGON, -
With a Larger and More, Carefully Selected I
siock man ever. .
We especially invite the attention of Ladies I
to our wen-selected stock: of
I I. AT ED AVAJSE,
Crockery . and Glassware,
AND ALL KIXDS OF
Toys, Fancy Goods, Etc.
- " ALSO, AN '.
Enormous Stock of' Goods
- FOR THE HOLIDAYS I
- . . I .!
AH of which have been purchased by Mr.: Ack-1
erman on nis ia.st.trip tust and to .Europe.
COUNTRY DEALERS SUPPLIED AT REA
cioa-.UcKERiyiAN'S DOLLAR STORE
1 ." j
Reduced Price, S35.
HOME AND HOME SHUTTLE MACHINES.
REDUCED TO LIVE AND LET LIVE PRICES I
THESE MACHINES ARE SUPERIOR TO
nnv&nd all: nice sewers. straight needle.
two threads, shuttle, lock stitch, the simplest
and cneapest, ana tne uguiesi-runmng iirsi
class machines In the market. To see is to
THE "FT ATX TREADI-E,
For Sen In c 31acblaes.
The most Important improvement ever made,
A child can run It. Always starts the right
wav. Never troes backward and breaks things.
Can be stopped Instantly. With it on your
macnine, you can uo uouuie iuo wur . juu cu u
rin without It- Flftr (SO) stitches can be made
with one pressure of one foot. It can be ap
plied to any sewing macnine; Approve- uy
tli p. Mnssanhnsetts State Board of Health, (see
official report, 1872). Massachusetts MedlcalSo-
A8SOCiauon. lOOUAljuiniuuija la n yaii.
of all HOME MACHINES sold by us.
Must be seen to be appreciated. For a ;Farmer
or Mechanic to see It. la to buy one. It Is an
amcio in every latui-uuutc,
shop or notei.
Tbe Hall Treadle JIB" Saw and Boring;
Is an accomplishment in every workshop. The
Is an accompnsnmeni m every wornuop. iub
ha r.r. TREADLE is aDDlicable to all machln-
alia aexiui lumcsi cmj. ocuu iui uu,uiaia.
HALL TREADLE MANUFACTURING CO.,
17 New Montgomery street, San Francisco.
SWITCHES, BRAIDS, CURLS, ETC.,
Will Fade an- Become too Light for her own Hair,
Aftr mntlnnous wear, thereby necessltatlne:
renewal at a large expense. Now, the under-
signed hereby submits that she can, for a trl
Bestore all Sncli to their Pristine Shade
ALL KIND, at HAla WURfc mAnurA-iuniu
At the Hair Store Butterlck Pattern. AgencV,
Morrison street., Detween xi
Portland, Oregon. 5-7
Morrison street., between Third and hounn,
Linen B. Shirts,
Linen Collars and Un
derwear. for men
- 1 boy. at
107 Third street.
THE NATIONAL MANUFACTORY OF
Watches, at Elgin, Ills., have established a
California Branch of their business, and have
SAN FRANCISCO WATCH,
Of beantllul design and finish, dnrahle and
accurate in mechanism, and combining the
latest Improvements in American watch-making,
these waches are fast obtaining the prefer
ence of California purchasers. Each move
ment is warranted by the National 'Watch
Recommended and for Bale In Silver and
Gold pases, of all styles and prices, by
2 pro nt
rpHE GRANGER .CHURN,
JL A new Invention,
AiaEes tne Dest or nutter
WltU the least attention.
'Now all good dairymen.
Who would a reputation-earn,
Should' make their butter
In the Granger Churn.
It makes more butter ,
i From the 'same amount of cream ' 1
..Than .any other Chum ..
That ever "was seen.
. .j, .
And It makes It so. yellow,
With such excellent taste, ! "i
It is the pride of the, seller, . ,
For It sells1 in such haste.
The grocers all want It
The butter I mean . '
To supply all their customers,
From laborer to queen. 1
It will churn in 'five minutes,
. I am happy to." say, i
And docs not waste time
' Like the old-fashioned way. '
Those that have tried It '
Speak In .complimentary terms: -
And say they will use it
In preference to all other Churns?
So send In your orders, '
Or call in and sea
A. GOODNOUGH, North First street,
Between "B"'and C" '
5 7 If . .
FISHEL .&. ROBERTS,
The Leading Clothiers
Corner First and "Washington Streets.
OREGON TRANSFER COMPANY
Office and Sack Stables,
S. W. Tor. First and Stark SU.,
Until further notice, our Carriage Rates will
be as follows :
Calling or Rldlnir In Citv Llmits.Sl nerhour:
To or r rora xrains anu meamoga-. ouceuu
To and From Concerts. Theaters. Balls and
fames, Ji a conpie;
t unerais, eacu nacK 51 per -our.
tar All Orders eiven to the Drivers, or left at
the Office, will be promptly attended to Day or
HUEPHY & E0OEES,
TYEAT.ERS IN ALL KINDS OF FRESH
XJ Meats kept constantly on hand consist
BEEF, MUTTON, PORK, VEAL, ETC.
Corned Beef Always on -land.
ea- Stock boueht and sold. Orders from the
Bememfcer the Plaee-Corner Fonrtis
EYERDINC & FARRELL,
iwiipij nT HAY ANI1 FFFI1 1
WMtAI, UAI-, HATi AMU tttU I
A LSO, FOR SALE,
RO.OOO SeCOnd-Hahd Sacks
Portland. Alder and Front streets.
l -rvvTTra tttq nr.T, TAnirva avh tttr
1 I ht,nnVto ebM it Sli .
i ii;.hTi7 wnriil v to call at His
4- Cbllc generally to can at nis
NEW BUTCHER SHOP,
Waslilncton st,, one door east . of Third.
; vnau ,
E. W. ALDR1CH, M. D.
-FFICE 127 and 129 First Street, Portland,
J Oregon. 1
SPF.CIAXTY, .2 '
Diseases of Women and Children
1. ir. tolpii.
. E-C SBONADUU.
C. A. dolpuv
I nnt.pn. nitOSAUOIT.1 DOLPT1
. , . ; . 1
- l Attor nc vs-at-Law.,
ODD' 'FELLOWS' ' TEMPLE. PORTLAND;
1 . 2-0tf
Jt EM OVAL I
TH. CHAPMAN KAS REMOVED HIS
Ajr, nee j tne uwest corne orn.ofi
- I pn,.n. Misses' Waists, Hosiery and Un-
I sixes. Just received by
107 Third street.
ana 1 UUIwCld, aerwear,aij
FLEISCHNER, MAYER & CO.'S
No. 13 and 45 Frout. Street,
PORTLAND, OREGON. '
Inflnlte In Yarlety,
Elegant In Qualltr.
Exnaustless Ln Quantity,
Unexceptional In Price.
Merchants fromthe Interior are respectfully
I requested to call and examine our stock and
prices before purchasing their Fall Goods.
A FIXE ASSORTMENT
- Is now offered for sale
AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES,
At the eatubUahment of the new firm of
Ieleiscjjitee, MAYEE & CO.,
Nos. 43 and 45 Front street.
Call and make your selections, or send In
yonr orders for Fall Millinery. 1 32
ALISKY t HECELE'S
PREMIUM CANDY MANUFACTORY,
No. 107 First Street.
The only place to set the Justly celebrated
PAN ROASTS", AND' OYSTER PATTIES.
EASTERN OYSTERS BY EVERY STEAMER.
' ' " i 38
THE CLARENDON ROT E L,
ZlKJJEIt & . KNOWXdES, Proprietors.
I Situated Opposite all the Railroad and
" I Street Cars pass the House every five minutes.
FREE COACH TO AND FROM THE HOUSE.
.W..H. Anducs. T. E. McCait-iett.
THE OCCIDENTAL HOTEL.
(Kept on the European Plan),
Corner of First and Morrison Streets,
ANDRL'S , McCAFFEETT, Proprietors.
A Free Coach to and from the House. E0
"P1ROM AND AFTER THIS DATE, UN1IL
further notice, the steamer
Will leave her dock, foot of F street, Every
tay, (Hunaay jsxcepieaj,
AT 2:30 P. M. FOR OREGON CITY.
'Passeneers for DAYTON and Intermediate
points, will take the cars at PORTLAND at
7:30A.--C. connecting at CANEMAH on Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday of each week with
tne steamer u&i iuo.
Freight from Corvallls to Portland
Freight from Albany to Portland-
Freight lrom Salem to Portland-
ear All Freight Delivered in Portland free of
carFreleht Delivered at Astoria with Dis
patch and at the Lowest Rates.
3-5tf J. D. BILES, Agent.
It E M OVAL.
WM. PFUNDER'S DRUB STORE
HAS" BEEN TRANSFERRED FROM HIS
old stand, corner of First and Oak streets,
to the Large and Elegant Store in Captain An
tony's SEW MARKET THEATER BLOCK-.
Corner First and Ash streets,
with the utmost care under the proprietor's
S. A. NEPPACH,
X3ai-3aMA.CETJTIS T ,
(Grsfta-te of tie Philadelphia College orPharmacy)
AS OPENED WITH A FRESH STOCK OF
Dran. medicines and Chemicals, "er-
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lumcry, i ancy uooas, jute.
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I CORNER OF FIRST Au ua
IDeutHclio Apothoke .
ear Store Open Day and NlghU-ea 5
McCRAKEN &. CO.,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
1 GENTS FOR GILROY'S DUNDEE BAGS
A o-H nomHh MnMnrrav and W.K. Lewis
I jt Hr,. , r?o cr nnruts (lwpro Klnesford Starch :
wnnnewell's SDlceS. Cream Tartar and Crys-
talllne Oil: Gross & Co.sand Emory's Sons'
nnnHiffsr Sal I'm Lead Co.'s White Lead. Also,
ror tne ioiiowine riuurniK
Standard, Lebanon, Aumsvllle and Mission.
N. B.pecial attention paid to Ship's busl-
1 ness ana purcnasjnB ib -
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Fine Imported Beaver Cloth,1
J 1 Aw fn. Tsui fA ft01Vt. fnt
OF - THIC IIIIUUUCU U&aibi iuui,.
ForTallor.' u.e,or pr
at 107 Third street, by 19J JOHN WILSON.
ABSOLUTE DIVORCES OBTAINED FROM
Courts of different States for desertion, etc.
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No publicity required. No charge nnUldlvorct
granted. Address, M. "O"'"0!
I 4 Ci No. 194. Broadway, N.X,
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