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FRIDAY MARCH 16, 1877.
The Sunday Welcome has entered
upon its third year.
Hon. A. J. Dufur has taken up his
residence in iutsi roruanu.
The new styles of spring hats, as Im
ported by Fieibchner, Mayer & Co., are
Schools in this city aggregate about one
locks at Oregon City on account of the
the "Sandwich Islands" are largely at-
tenuea ana mil oi interest.
Thp Pnilttttr Pnllrf. Una nCTarait o
ward of S500 for the arrest and convic
tion of tlie Davis murderers.
The "Elder" brought up on her last
trip 1,124 tons of freight, over 400 pas-
nie -xsew iiaiay Aluswortli," now
on the ways at The Dalles, will be ready
bu muuuu iu u weeK or ten uays.
As a wise precaution in case of panic,
uie entrance to tlie V. M. U. A. rooms
is to he widened to jiflord speedier means
The children in the public schools
wm oe granteu a uoauay on tne occa
sion of the Library Association benefit
The beautiful form of woman is her
natural crown of glory; to possess and
retain that beauty, wear Dr. Warner's
Mails have been received and dis
charged fmm I ho tmino nnnncitn
Stark street ferry this week on account
e i . li l .
ui iuc uigu water.
The estate left by the late Geo. W,
Vailpllll in pet I mn tori In ha
000. Miss Llbbie Vaughn, his daughter,
Is sole heir to the property.
Andrew Hill, well known in this city
auu .aiuany, cneu at Uie residence of h is
t 1 I l i i . , .
iaiuer iu me muer city, ou Tuesday,
the 13th inst., of consumption.
The report of the Oregon Bible So-
CietV fihnWR th fnfnl ranointa loot ,.o m
to be 51,910 31. and the expenditures
CI AM on rut. - . .
i,iix -v. iuere are seventeen uraucli
During the past week we have had
unceasiug rains the coldest and most
disagreeable of tlie winter. Eastern
Oregon has been visited with a heavv
The TTowp Rpn-Inrr AranlifnA rm
have removed their office to their large
BLure-room inuecK'8 building, on Sec
ond street. Remember the Howe is the
cnoice ot ts
J. J. Browne. Secretary, and Tr nr.
The "Original Tennessee Jubilees"
carried the popular feeling of the city
by storm. They had full houses at every
concert, and departed for Salem on
Wednesday accompanied by the best
wishes of our citizens.
Preparations for the celebration of St.
Patrick's Day in this city are going rap
idly forward, and indications show that
our Irish populalion will celebrate the
anniversary iu their usual demonstra
tive and creditable manner.
G. Neimeyer, fashionable merchant
tailor, First street, between Pine and
Ash, is closing out his elegant stock of
gent's furnishing goods at cost prices.
The present is a fine opportunity to pur
chase a splendid suit of clothes at ex
tremely low rates.
The announcement that the "Jubi
lees" would sing at the Bervices held in
the Young Men's Christian Association
rooms on Sunday, caused the place to
bedeuselv crowded Inn,. !... .., ..
w - ' " " ' t UUUIO IUD UO-
ual hour. Hundreds were unable to
gain admittjiiino Tim tom i.,.,i.
out were more than usually interesting.
We call special attention to tlie ad
vertisement of Dr. Warner's Health
Corset. We will send one copy of the
Sew Northwest oue year aud one of
these Corsets post-paid to auy address
on the receipt of SI 00. We cordially
recommend the article to our lady
friends, aud feel confident they will
appreciate -them after a very short
The first criminal conviction under
Stewart's bill to yreveut cruelty to
women took place in Judge Moses' court
at Virginia City, Nevada, on the 9th
Inst. A man named Marshall, con
victed of wife-beating, was tied up to a
post near the Court-houstyit 2 o'clock
on the day specified witua placard,
"Wife-Beater," fastened on his breast.
There was considerable excitement over
the affair. This law may be an im
provement on the whipping post pen
alty for this cowardly class of offenders,
though we confess to a partiality to the
latter mode of punishment. There is
nothing so salutary as giving such fel
lows a smart, sharp, and decisive dose
of their own medicine.
A woman who lives in SaltLake City,
speaking of the young women of Utah,
says: "They suffer from their too Im
plicit faith in man, and from the confi
dence so guilelessly placed in a man
made religion, or more particularly in
oue feature of that religion known as
the 'Divine Revelation of the plurality
He purchased his sweetheart a nair of
en-button kid gloves, and handed U.em
In at the doorhlmself. Theservaut-giH
took them, atid going to the foot of the
stairs, bawled out, "Please, miss, 'ere's
a young man has brought you a pair of
MBS. 15. A. OW3fS, M. J).
Office and residence, east side First street, be
tween Yamhill and Taylor. Special attention
given to women and children's complaints.
Also, gives Medicated Vapor Baths, com
bined with Electricity, In treating rheumatism
and chronic diseases. 52
A Remarknblc Cnre.
West TowxscsD.Vt., May 16.1SG0.
Messes. 8. W. Fowxe & Soxa :
Gentlemen. Several veftnmlnroTtvilr n o re
vere cold, which settled on my lungs, where It
muuuuea witnout relaxation, i was men in
Massachusetts, and frrnwlntr trorsn nrtrl hMim.
ins unable to attend to my business, I returned
home and commenced searching In earnest for
some medicine which would restore my lost
health. I consulledgphyslcIans,I tried many
-(1th(iIqi h iht.1n.i1 nAlialn Vm 4r,ll
worpe. i naa a terriDie cough, and raised a
good deal of blood. I had profuse night sweats
and severe pain In my side. I continued In
this state for months, and hprsmn Bn van It
that It was with ereat difficult vT mniH icnib-
when I was advised to try AVisiak's Balsam
of wild cnERET, and to my great Joy I soon
rouna mat this remedy bad arrested the dls
ease. I continued to use the Bxijiinrtn iIippt.
tent of five bottles, and have since thpn nnpri.
enced no difficulty of the lungs. I believe the
Balsam saved my life, and I shall ever hold it
in uign estimation. Yours truly,
Miss Clara Dunlway offers her services to the
public as a Purchasing AcenL Orders for
every conceivable article of Ladles' and Chil
dren's wear, or lor jewelry, saver or Plated
ware, jsotions, l'aueras, JIuslcal Instruments
etc, eta., will receive her DromDt Dersonal at
tentlon. Persons living at a distance will And
It to tnelr advantage In Krmri thptr nrrlprc Tn
ordering mllllnerv. rlhbnns. tips, ein . slain flip
age ana complexion 01 wearer, color or hair
anu eyes, style or reatures, and how the hair is
worn. No order attended to unless nmim.
panled by tho cash, and all transactions to be
consmerea nnau ine same conscientious care
will be exercised in maklntr purchases as
though the owner were present, and Silas T)nn
way's acquaintance with the trade will always
enuoie ner to secure honorable bargains
Terms of commission, five per cent. Ladies
writing for information concerning nrlcpa
styles, etc, must Inclose a stamp to pay roturn
The American Newspaper DracrTOBTknn
epitome of newspaper history. It Is also re
garded as an official reeister of circulations.
This feature requires the closest scrutiny to
prevent it irom leading to abuses. The plan
adopted by the publishers of the DiRErrrnRv tn
secure correct and trustworthy reports Is rigid
in 11s requirements, and Is adhered to with
impartiality. Successful publishers, who have
something to gain by a comparison, are gener
ally prompi, not only to send reports in con
formity, but give Messrs. Geo. P. Itowell A On
such information as enables them to weed out
unsubstantiated statements or pretenders In
Journalism. Tho popularity of the book, and
me general confidence in its accuracy and irooil
laitn, are attested by the Immense body of ad'
veruseinenis it receives. 4 26
Mr. Uendee Is In town and Is latins-
In all styles of the art. and has all the advant.
ages of easy access to his Gallery aud tne best
light In the State, and takes as good pictures as
any otner man and at as reasonable prices, and
is always ready and good-natured. Please cull
and test his ability. Gallery In the middle of
me diock, tarsi street, between Morrison and
Yamhill, Portland, Oregon. 6-il
From a Jlstin;ruilicU Jurist.
"I have tried the Peruvian Syrdp and th
result fully sustains your prediction. It has
made a new man ol me, Infused into my sys
tem new vigor and enenrv. I am nn Inn. -or
tremulous and debilitated
saw me, but stronger, heartier, and with larger
capacity ior laoor, mental and physical, than
at any time during the last live years." Sold
by all druggists. 21
A Valuable Discovery. Dr. J. P. Milipr. n
practicing physician at 327 Snruce street.Philn-
delphla, has discovered that the extract of cran
berries and hemp combined cures headache,
cither bilious, dyspeptic, nervous.or slct hend.
ache, neuralgia and nervousness. This Is a tri
umph in medical chemistry and sufferers all
over the country are ordering by mail. He
prepares it In pills, at 50 cents a box. The Doc
tor is largely Known and highly respected
B3T The National Gold Medal was .iwanlprl
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.
rirtt .street, bet. Ash ami llne.
T)ESPECTFULLY ANNOUNCES TO THE
LV public that lie is closing out his stock of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
One door north or American Exchange Hotel.
Information Free to Immigrants.
IARMERS, MANUFACTURERS. MILL
. men, and others, are requested to assist the
hociety by notifying the Secretary when they
need Laborers, Lumbermen, Mechanics or
LANDS FOR, S ALE.
The Society has the following REAL ES
TATE iu Its bands for Snle :
I?.,Yam,hln coontr. 18 miles from McMInn
vllle; 150 acres under cultivation and 173 acres
of good pasturage. The farm has good running
water and excellent springs; also timber
enough for practical purposes, a rolling sur-
-" uittiuttgc, mere are good neicn-
ours in me vicinity. Price. S20 tier
TerinR.nnrvhfllffiaeh haianAnn 1. 1. "
interest. ' UM" ""OD5
In Washington county; 120 acres ofBeaverdam
land with no timber or brush on It; about 40
acres of heavy timber, balance open hazel
brush land. There is a good Barn and Log
house on the place; also a flne young orchard
and 16 acres of Timothy meadow. The land Is
nearly all under fence, and it can easily be
made one of the finest farms In Oregon. Price.
On the Columbia Bottom, 20 miles north ol
Portland, and 2J miles from landing place of
dally steamers on the Columbia River. Lake
Rlvei a navigable stream, crosses the place.
It Is one of the best dairy farms In the country.
Two hundred and sixty acres of this tract Is
gopd pasture and meadow land, and will be.
sold separately or with part or all of the bal
ance, which Is timber.
..c? tol t.the meadow and pasture. 515 per
fhSUp1,118 VmbF 00 Per "ere- Price ?or
Hfifi 1- Terms, two-thirds cash,
Mare jiw"" buildings on the place.
Vi'AB AWARDED THE
At the Centennial Exhibition, 18711. and has
always carried off the highest hon
ors wherever exhibited.
A Compact, Simple, Durable, Light
Running and Efficient "Lock
Adapted to the wants of Everybody
No Home Complete Without One,
Emphatically the Machine
for the People.
WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS!
Send for nriccs and samnles of work dnne on
the Home, or call at any of our offices.
JOHNSON, CLARK A CO,.
30 UNION SQUARE,
21 South Fifth street, St. Louis, Mo.
581 Washington street, Boston, Mass.
141 State street, Chicago, Illinois.
1I1VJ Second Avenue, Pittsburgh, Pa.
17 New Montgomery St., San Francisco, Cal.
G. W. Traver, corner of Morrison and Third
streets, Portland, Oregon.
FISHEL & ROBERTS
HAVE REMOVED TO THEIR
NEW AND ELEGANT STORE,
Corner First anil Alder streets,
Where they will be pleased to see their old
ana new customers.
STOCK OP CLOTHING
New, Elegant and Stylish.
MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT
Is supplied with the best and latest Styles of
NGLISH & FRENCH GOODS,
AND OUR NEW FEATURE,
Are the Latest Importation.
We guarantee to sell our Stock
LOWER THAN EVER,
And shall aim to please our customers in
GEO. B. CAI'EN. KLI.EBY CAPES.
GEO. B. CAPEN & CO.,
Cor. First A Salmon Sts., Portland. Or.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
In all kinds of
Mens' and Boys' Boots and Shoes
For the Oregon and Northwestern trade.
Particular attention paid to country dealers,
as we manufacture a class of goods well suited
to country trade.
All work warranted.
KOrders solicited. c-19
THE CLARENDON HOTEL,
ZtEUER A- KXOWLES, Proprietors.
Situated Opposite all tho Railroad and
Street Cars pass the House every Ave minutes.
FREE COACH TO AND FROM THE HOUSE.
Cor. Fourth and A Sts.
rpnE UNDERSIGNED TAKES PLEASURE
J to announce to his friends, acquaintances
SnVe.hpQbLlc ln K?neral. that be llaS:
opened the above Bakery, where he nlways
will keep on hand an assortment of
CRACKERS, BREAD. CAKES, AND PAS
TRIES, Of all kinds. All orders promptly attended
to- HARMAN & LERAMN.
CORSET SKIRT SUPPORTER
Increases in Popillarlty
. . . "very year,
An$&T HEALTH, COMFORT,
and STYLE is acknowlegedthe
BEST ARTICLE of the kind
evermade. Forsale by all lead
ing Jobbers and retailers. Be
ware of Imitations and infringe
ments. Manufactured solely bv
FOY & JIAKMOJf,
New Haven, Conn.
FLEIS CHEER, MAYER & CO.,
NOS. IS AND 15 FRONT STREET,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
R. MAYER HAS MADE VERY EXTEN-
si ve purchases 01 a 11111 nno 01
Direct from the Manufacturers and Importers
In New York. Our Stock will consist ot the
latest styles and shades of
JFeatliors and Plumes,
Biblions, Plain, Gros Grain and Fancy,
Silks, Yeltets, etc., etc.,
To which we Invite the attention of the Milli-
ney Trade of Oregon and Washington 'terri
tory. Being the only Wholesale nouso in the State
importing MILLINERY GOODS direct from
New York, we will be prepared to offer extra
Inducements to our Friends and Patrons.
A. Ii. FRANCIS,
PIANOS -AJNT ORGANS
And Agent for the world-renowned
WEBER PIANOS & STANDARD ORGANS.
Also Agent for the
COTTAGE GEM PIANO AND GERMAN UPRIGHT.
Instruments sold on very easy Installments.
Lanre discounts to music teacher.-', schools.
"WfE KEEP NO STORE AND PAY NO
V V rent, whereby we are enabled to sell very
low. We ship our Instruments direct, and al
low our patrons the privilege of testing before
purchasing. Being a practical musician, as
well as tuner and repairer, wo irnarantee what
ever we sell. Address A. L. FRANCIS,
6-15 Lock Box 235, Portland. Or.
DR. WARNER'S HEALTH CORSET,
irvnnuiLi OAnirAKi VUH91T,)
TO Sfcirt supporter k
of Hoily, Willi
Three gannen t s i n
one. .Approved h
Was awarded the Gold Medal at the Cenlen
nlal Exhibition for being the most healthful.
Over three million are now worn. The Child's
Waist Is a model of perfection. If no agent Is
near you, I will send by mall, post-paid, one
Health Corset, SI 75, and one Misses Corset,
$1 25, or one Child's Waist, $1 50, complete,
with two pair of Stocking Supporters, for $2 50
gold. State whether Long or Short Front Cor
set Is desired. Regular sizes run from 18 to 3a
Misses Corsets and Children's Waists run from
20 to 27 inches. Sizes 31 to 38, White or Brown,
are twenty-live cents extra. Send money by
The latest and mest complete invention Is
Dr. Warner's Nursing Corset, which excels for
comfort and convenience, and supports the
Breast. Sent by mail, post-paid, for $2 00 cur
rency. MRS. M. A. WARNER,
Says Mrs. J. S. Blake, M. D.: "Dr. "Warner's
Health Corset Restores the lost Development
of the bosom; they are constructed on physio
nas-Iwill send by mail, post-paid, live great
American Twenty-five Cent Stationery Prize
Packages lor Si 00 currency.
6-25 ALEX. WARNER.
Just the thing.
An Immense Stock.
2E3XjE1.:D CAGES !
FANCY GOODS I
Etc, Etc, Etc.,
At Aokerman's Dollar Store.
At Ackerman's Dollar Store.
. 33. CORBETT'S
LIVERY, HACK AND FEED STABLES
Corner Second and Taylor Streets.
Reasonable Charges for Hire. Particular At
tention paid to Boarding Horses.
Orders lor Hacks Promptly Attended to, Day
esr Orders may be lelt at the Stables, or at
the store of Fisliel fc Roberts. 5-35
NCIIADE A CO.,
DYERS AND SCOURERS,
173 Second St., between Main and Salmon,
LADIES' DRESSES, CLOAKS, MANTILLAS,
and Damask Curtains colored ln the best
style. Boys' and Men's clothing cleaned and
dyed, aud prices reduced. All work warranted.
Goods not called for within three montbs
will be sold to pay expenses, and any Articles
damaged or lost by fire wo will not hold our
selves responsible for. 6-21
STONE, THE JEWELER,
TO XIItST AND MORRISON STS.
SHERMAN & HYDE,
Corner of Keamy and Sutter Streets,
12.1 First Street, Corner Morrison,
Importers, Publishers, and Dealers Iu
SHEET music, music BOOKS,
These SuDcrb Instruments have achieved a
success unparalleled in the history of Piano
forte Manufacture. They are remarkable for
Great Volume, Purity and Sweetness of Tone,
O 33. Gr 1ST S ,
The Most Desirable Instruments In the market
for church and parlor. Over 28,000 now In use.
SHERMAN A HYDE,
siAKCTAcrnsxBs or the
Instrumcfits Sold on Easy
We have constantly on hand a good assort
RELIABLE CHEAP PIANOS,
Made from the best seasoned material, and
Prices as low as worthless Pianos are sold for
Call and see us before purchasing.
HEADQUARTERS OF ALL THE LEADING
MusIcTeachers and Bray's Quadrille Band,
Professor Parrish, Prompter. Also, music ar
ranged lor brass and string bands. Instru
ments selected for persons wishing to purchase.
Orders to be left with SHERMAN &. HYDE.
corner First and Morrison streets.
Also, headquarters of the Northwestern Band,
Parrott, Leader. 5-28
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For strictly household matters anil dress.
"Harpers Bazar" Is altogether the best thing
Sublished. To take It Is a matter of economy.
"o lady can afford to be without It, for the in
formation it gives will save her very much
more money than the subscription price, be
sides giving the household an Interesting liter
ary visitor. Chicago Journal.
"Harper's Bazar" is profusely lllustrated.and
contains stories, poems, sketches, and essays
ol a most attractive character. In Its
literary and artistic features, the "Bazar" Is
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ton. Terms :
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Address HARFER A BROTHERS,
17 New York.
A. C. WALLING,
Book and Job Printer,
prrrocK's building, up-stairs
Corner Front and Stark streets,
"VrlnT at REASONABLE RATES. 2SX
It, a- REX, M. D.
Office and Residence Corner Morrison and
Office Hours Prom 1 p. M. to 7 p. x., except
Wednesdays and Saturdays 9 A. it. to 12 v.
& NEW ILLUSTRATED P0E&1.
"In with you, man !" Fel'tlah said.
"You'd better try to earn your bread
Than like the birds to bill and cno !
Twill do for them to sigh and woo,
For they havo nothing else to do."
DAYID AN ANNA MATS OIN 5
T3y Mrs. .Atoifyn.il Scott Dunhvny,
Editor "New Northwest," Portland, Oregon,
WITH BEAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATIONS, AND ELEGANTLY BOUND.
A new epic, from a vigorous and skillful pen, on a subject which occupies a large place In the
social discussions of the day. The subject is taken Irom Mr. Whlttler's short narrative of "Da
vid Matson," with which the reader Is probably familiar. David Matson, a Merrlmac sailor,
was captured by the Algerlnes (during one of his voyages) and sold Into slavery. After many
years he obtained release and was on his way to the home or his boyhood, when he fell ln with
his old employer, who informed him that his wife, believing him dead, had remarried, and,
stunned by his trouble, he surrendered all claim as husband and father to the man who had
stepped into his place, and departed. Mrs. Dunlway has found a theme in this story with
which her heart beats ln warmest sympathy, and her lines flow on in the smooth cadence In
dicative of the fullest accord. She pictures the gentle, tender, trustful Anna and the wily, cov
etous Pelatlah In vivid colors; and how years of poverty and longing, and the cries of the nun
gry boys, compelled poor Anna to yield to Pelatlah's importunity.
My poor, unmated dove," said he,
" And look henceforth lor love to me."
A little further on he says:
" Become my wife and you shall be
Made happy through prosperity,"
While, If she persists ln declining his advances, wolf-like, he threatens to abandon her to star
vation and cold. And this Pelatlah was a "deacon,"
" In exhortations deep and loud."
The wanderings of David, his captivity, release, hapless Interview with Pelatlah, discovery ot
Anna's second wifehood, and his sad going back to Algeria, are all told so pathetically that our
feelings ai e deeply enlisted. No one, with any true sentiment, can read the poem without be
ing thoroughly stirred. The Illustrations are in admirable keeping with the passages they are
designed to portray, and a line engraving of the author Is a fitting frontispiece. The subject
spirit, fire and passion of the poem should give It an extensive reading, aside from the Interest
which the literary reputation of the author must awaken ln It. As a specimen of book-making
the volume Is certainly beautiful, and would adorn any center-table.
We know ol no work so well adapted as a holiday present. It Is printed on heavy tinted pa
per and most beautifully bound, piice, $2 00; full
by mall, post-paid, by
S. E. WELLS & Co.,
OFFICE OF THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Corner Yiuiiliill null First Sts., Portland, May 27, 1875.
THE SiRSCER STILL TRIUMPHANT!
Name of Company and Machine.
The Singer Manufacturing Company
Wheeler &. Wilson Manufacturing Company
Howe Sewing Machine Company (estimated)-
Domestic Sewing Machine Company
Grover & Baker Sewing Machine Company
Weed " " "
Wilson " " "
Wilcox AGibbs " " "
American B. II. " " "
Florence " " "
.(Etna, J. E. Brannsdorf & Co ...
FAY & MANNING,
FLOUR OF ALL GRADES,
Selected Teas, Tare Coffees and Spices,
BUTTER AND CHEESE
From the Best Dairies,
rOKEIGN ASD IIOMESTIC FKUITS,
Canned Fruits and Vegetables,
And a full variety of other goods usually kept
in a nrst-ciass store.
Corner E and Tblrd street.
Goods promptly delivered, free of expense.
SEED S -
A NEW STOCK OF
FIELD, FLOWER, AND GARDEN SEEDS
HAVE JUST BEEN RECEIVED AND ARE
for sale by
HACHENEY & STEMME,
Comer First and Taylor streets, Portland, Ogn.,
FOR THE BEST
Bnchtel & Stolto's
PALACE OIT ART,
Corner ot First and' Morrison streets, Portland,
& uregon. a
Eastern and Shoalwater Bay
IN EVERY STYLE,
ALISKY & HECELE'S
PREMIUM CANDY MANUFACTORY,
First St., bet. Alder nnd Morrison.
VDB. J. G. GI.EX2f,
Southwest comer First and Yamhill
gilt extra, 52 50. For sale by book-sellers, or
Publishers, 737 Broadway, New York.
No. MachlneslNo. Machlnesllncrease orDe
soul in lSTj. soiu ln jsti. i crease.
BARBER & NICK. LIN,
(Successors to J. H. Hatch,)
No. 109 First street, Portland, Oregon.
THE UNDERSIGNED, IN TAKING LEAVi.
of Portland, returns his sincere thanks for
the liberal patronage that has been bestowed,
and would bespeak for his successors a contin
uance of the same. Both Drs. Barber & Nick
lin are gentlemen ln every way worthy of any
confidence that may be placed ln them, and as
such I can conscientiously recommend them
to my former friends and patrons.
6-21 J. H. HATCH.
C. AT. WIBEBG,
No. 105 Front Street, Portland,
HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE LOT OF
the Latest Styles of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Such as Men's Centennial and Broadway Ties,
Ladles' and Children's (Gray Bros, and Sollen
Co.'s) Button, Lace, and Congress Boots. All
will be sold at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
N. B. All goods on hand previous to January
1st, 187C, will be sold at 20 per cent, below cost.
107 Tblrd Street,
Offers lor sale a lull assortment of
Corsets, Dress Goods,
Underwear, Fine White Muslins
Gents' and Boys' Linen B Shirts,
Embroideries and Trimmings,
Silk and Lace Ties, Lace Curtains,
Ribbons, etc., Piano and Table Covers,
And Domestics of every description, at lowest
N.B. Good Business Stand to Let. Store-
Room, No. 105 Third street. Eighty feet
deep. Rent moderate. Enquire of
6-23 107 Third street.
Foot ot Y mhlll street.
SORENSEN & TAYLOR.
ALL KINDS OF WOOD,
Sawed and unsawed, constantly on hand, and
5 delivered to any part of the city. 27
CHRIS. 8 CLOTH
rrVITES HIS OLD PATRONS AND THE
Public generally to call at his
NEW BUTCHER SHOP,
Washington t., one door east of Third.
T. A. M'BEXDE,
Office in Monnastes' Brick, First St., Portlaad.