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FRIDAY JULY 27, 1877.
The city police are soon
to be unl-
formed in gray.
Benator Saulsbury has departed over
land for his borne in Delaware.
Showers, refreshing to dwellers in the
city, but annoying to farmers, have
fallen during the week.
Two hundred sacks of oats, the first of
this year's crop, were brought down by
the "City of Salem" on Tuesday.
The "Elder" took out on her last trip
2,115 sacks and 339 bales of wool, the
largest single shipment that has ever
left this port.
The open temperance society, under
the presidency of Hon. J. F. Caples,
holds interesting sessions on Saturday
evening of each week.
Senators Morton, McMillan and Sauls
bury, accompanied by a number of citi
zens, went up to The Dalles on Monday,
returning on Tuesday evening.
About 1,000 people were present at the
camp-meeting in Powell's valley last
Sunday. EQorts will be made to con
tinue the meeting overanother Sunday.
The exodus from this city to seaside
and valley resorts and mountain retreats
has been considerable during the past
week. Let the thermometer get up
toward the nineties and it starts 'em.
There were 193 witnesses subpoenaed
by the Senatorial committee during the
investigation. Ot this number 175 ap
peared and were examined, at an aver
age cost of $15, making a total of $2,625.
Lieutenant Keeler telegraphs to Gen
eral McDowell that the employment of
volunteers to operate with General
Howard is "woree than useless," and
discourages "their use in any emer
gency." A woman residing in this city became
insane last week on account of the pre
dicted near approach of the end of the
world by the Adventists, and was, upon
examination, committed to the asylum
Anv dairyman, farmer, or farmer's
wife who desires to purchuse a "Granger
Churn" will do well to call at tins olllce
or communicate with us by letter.
Fresh butter at ruling prices will be
taken in payment.
This office tenders thanks to Mr. "YV.
C. Knight, of Vancouver, for a box of
excellent fruits Royal Ann cherries
and early plums. It is scarcely neces
sary to say that all hands bestowed their
individual attention upon them for a
The various members of the Senatorial
party were serenaded on the evening
that their labors were concluded. Each,
excepting Senator Morton, who was
unwell and bad retired early, responded
to tbe compliment tendered in appro
Rev. C. C. Stratton, of San Jose, for
merly well known throughout this State
as one of tbe. most eloquent and earnest
members of the Oregon Coffference,
preached in the Taylor-street M. E.
Church on Sunday, morning and even
ing. He received a warm welcome from
many old friends.
Frequent complaints have been made
of late of the shamelessness of boys and
young men who bathe themselves, di
vested of their clothing, in the river be
low Greenwich dock. Close to the
river's bank at this place runs a public
thoroughfare, and it is plain that such
shameless indecency should be stopped
by the authorities.
We call speoial attention to the ad
vertisement of Dr. Warner's Health
Corset. We will send one copy of the
New Northwest one year and one of
these Corsets post-paid to any address
on the receipt of $4 00. We cordially
recommend tbe article to our lady
friends, and feel confident they will
appreciate them after a very short
If Miss Annie Fixley will dress in her
former modest and becoming manner
when on tbe stage, instead of exhibit
' ing herself in a costume too scant to ad
mit of description, her old friends and
admirers in this city will be doubly
pleased at herareappearance at New
Market Theater. Such displays are not
only immodest, but indecent, and thea
ters conducted without regard to de
cency are merely recruiting places for
Ibe tent meetings of the Second Ad
ventists continue to draw large audi
ences, and many opinions pro and con
are expressed concerning tbe doctrines
taught. Their elucidation of tbe Scrip
tures is plain, forcible, and striking, and
their denouucemeut of church fairs as
pious gambling frauds, and gold, silk
and velvet adornments of modern Chris
tians is pointed and sweeping. Their
meetings will be continued for some
The moonlight excursion given by the
fot. Andrew's bociety last Tuesday even
ing was attended by a large crowd, and
was in every respect a decided success,
The party stopped at Vancouver for
about three-quarters of an hour, and so
gave the excursionists an opportunity
to stroll through that quiet little city.
Returning, tbe boat reached this city at
2:30 A. si. Great credit is due the com
mittee for the excellent manner in
which everything was arranged and
We are just in receipt of the latest
puniications oi fcjnertnan & tfyde. "The
Uoiden Uate .Lancers," wbich is now all
tne rage, Is being played at all tbe fash
ionable balls and parties. Price 50 cents,
"Little Birdie, Slug aud Cbeer Me" is a
beautiful song and chorus; it has been
sung with great success at Emerson's
Minstrels, the melody being exquisite
and the chorus very effectively ar
ranged. -rice so cents, ask your
music dealer for them, or address the
puDiisners, Messrs. Sherman & Hyde,
San Francisco, enclosing amount in
stamps or currency.
Tbe open temperance meetlncr. which
is held every Saturday eveniusr. com
mencing promptly at 8 o'clock, at the
room of the Y. M. C. A., corner of First
and Alder streets, Is still Increasing Iu
attendance and interest. A Iarce num
ber sign tbe pledge at every meeting,
aud tbe exercises, consisting of vocal
and instrumental music, short sneeches.
declamations, recitations, etc., are ot a
very Interesting characters. All are in
vited to attend, and no one will suffer
disappointment who, at tbe close of the
weeK's laoor, desires to spend an even-
ing pleasantly and profitably.
The Amebican Newspaper Directory Is an
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garded as an official register of circulations!
This feature requires the closest scrutiny to
prevent it irom leading to abuses. The plan
adopted by the publishers of the Dibectoby to
secure correct and trustworthy reports is rield
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-
formlty, but give Messrs. Geo. P. Rowell t Co.
such lnlormatlon as enables thtm 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'
vertlsements it receives. i 26
A Valuable Discovkby. Dr. J. P. Miller, a
practicing physician at 327 Spruce street.Fhila
delphla, has discovered that the extract of cran
berries and hemp combined cures headache,
either billons, 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 50 cents a box. The Doc
tor Is largely known and highly respected.
Mr. Hendee is in town and Is talcing pictures
in all styles of the Art, and has all the advant
ages of easy access to bis Gallery and tne best
light In the State, and takes as good pictures as
any other man and at as reasonable prices, and
is always ready and good-natured. Please call
and test his ability. Gallery in the middle of
the block, First street, between Morrison and
Yamhill, Portland, Oregon. 6-21
31 All Y 1'. FOSTER,
Commission Merchant and Purchasing Agent,
is prepared to make purchases in New York
and other cities, on order, of all goods, Jewelry,
groceries, etc, on commission of 5 per cent, for
S. of L and 10 per cent, for others outside of
the Order. West India preserves and Mexican
conserves. Address P. O. Station "D," New
SlltS. B. A. OWE.VS, 31. D.
Office and residenceeast side First street, be
tween Yamhill and Taylor. Special attention
given to women and children's complaints.
Also, gives Mkdicatkd Vapor Baths, com
bined with Electricity, In treating rheumatism
and chronic diseases. 5-32
ear The National Gold Medal was awarded
to Bradley fc Rulofson for the best Photographs
in the United States, and the Vienna Medal
for the best In the world. 429 Montgomery
street, San Francisco.
Hill's Hair and WhlskerDye, black orbrown,
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
i undersigned has been duly appointed by
the County Court of the State of Oregon for the
county ot Multnomah, Administrator of the
estate of James J. Harnee, deceased. All per
sons having claims .against the estate of said
deceased, are hereby required to present them
to me with proper vouchers within six months
from this date at tbe office of Itlce & Smith, In
Portland, Oregon. C. F. SHEPARD,
Portland, Oregon, June 29, 1S77.
Ice Cream and Soda Water
ALISKY & HECELE'S
PBKMIU3I CAXDT MAXUFACT0KY,
rirst St., bet. Alder and Morrison.
FAY & MANNING,
D CALEB IN
FLOUR OF ALL GRADES,
Selected Teas, Furo Coffees and Spices,
BUTTER AND CHEESE
From the Best Dairies,
FOREIGN ANI DOMESTIC FRUITS,
Canned Fruits and Vegetables,
And a full variety of other goods usually kept
In a first-class store.
Corner E mul Third streets.
Goods promptly delivered, free of expense.
JOHN A. BECK,
WATCHMAKER- AND JEWELER,
At Music Store of A. F. Smith & Co.,
109 FRONT STREET, PORTLAND, OREGON,
Fine Assortment of
CLOCKS, WATCHES, AND JEWELRY.
LSO. HAS ON HAND THE FINEST AS-
XV. sorimcnt of .Spectacles In Oregon Genuine
Pebbles, Coin Silver, Gold and Steel Bows;
Peroscoplc Lenses in Eye-glasses or Spectacle
Watches. Clocks. Jewelrv. and Spectacles re-
paireu tti low rates anu in me ami: possible
manner. All work warranted.
Call and see me. 6-12
'ORTLAND STONE WORKS,
Front St., bet. Main nud SIndison,
STONE OF ALL SIZES AND SHAPES,
Carriage Blocks, Borders for Shrubbery, Welfc
vurup, uisiern uuros, an icinus 01 f in
ish for Cemetery Lots, Copelng,
MADE TO ORDER.
E RESPECTFULLY PRESENT TO THE
public the following list of articles and
DOOR STEPS, with Ornamental Noslner. er
iwt, 91 uu.
MONUMENTS, eleht feet hlirh. with Rase.
Die. and Obelisk. S25 la 40.
CHIMNEY FLUES and HEAD, tier f6ot.
Si UU UJ $1 Z.T.
WATER TANKS and SINKS, Si to $10.
BURIAL CASES and VAULTS, $50 to $100.
CORNER POSTS, 50 cts. and upward.
STONE FLOORING, per root, 20 cts.
6-35 W. P. WATSON & CO
FISHEL & ROBERTS,
Leading Clothiers and Hatters,
Corner First and Alder streets,
WE MEAN IT!
TTAVING PURCHASED A FINE STORK
XL OF CLOTHING from a Large Importing
uuu .aianmacuiring uouse lauout. to retire
40 PER CENT. tESS
Than Actual Manufacturing Cost, we are ena-
oiea uj sen uLAJiiiipiu ior Less .Money than
ib was ever oeiore onerea in mis Btate.
Our Stock is Complete In Every Detail
Prices Low, and Quality of Goods of a Su-
0TJB HAT DEPARTMENT
Is under charge of a
And the Stock is
New,' Fresh and Stylish
MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMEN
Will always have the best of attention
AND A GOOD FIT WARRANTED
a-GIve us a call.
FISHEL &. ROBERTS,
Corner First and Alder Streets,
8 (Strowbrldge's new Building.) 82
MOONEY & MOXLBY,
Dry Goods and Millinery,
Are constantly receiving and offering Fine
AND FANCY GOODS.
Ladies' Trimmed and Un-
FLOWERS, FEATHERS, ETC.,
rirst St., bet. Tamnlll anil Tnylor.
'THE WHITE HOUSE,'
LADIES' LINEN SUITS!
I) RAP E"TE AND MATAI.ASSE
Sacques and Dolmans.
Xlccly Trimmed Suits at $3 00 & Upw'd
Elegantly Braided " " 4 50 "
Stylish Embr'd " " 7 50 "
French Cambric Braided 5 00 "
Havlne bv far the Larcest and Most Varied
Assortment, we are enabled to sell these goods
cneaper man any oiuer nouse in uregon.
We also call attention to our immense and su
perior line of
SILK AND ALPACA PARASOLS
In the various Stylish Handles, at prices that
IOO Cases of Straw and Chip
u a. rr s r
Of the Very Latest Shapes.
300 boxes French Flowers,
In all the new shades, at 23 per cent, less
than the regular prices.
N TRIMMED HATS AND BONNETS
Will be found
The Most Attractive Display Ever
And at figures that are within the reach of all.
LEWIS & STRAUSS,
No. 87 First Street.
C. JMC. WIBEEG,
No. 105 Front Street, Portland,
BOOTS AND SHOES!
Direct from the East,
A LARGE LOT, LATEST STYLES, OF
Gray Bros. and G. T. Morrow's Boots and
snoes ior games' anu unu
Caufield and Graf Bros.' Hand Sewed Extra
Fine for Men's wear.
Also, a Full Assortment of
SAN FRANCISCO MANUFACTURED GOODS,
All of which will be sold at a Small Profit.
n,;n. BEST QUALITY, 15 YARDS FOR
rlllllS. Si 00. Second Quality. 18 Yards for
CI ftfl '
Rorl Criootino good quality, two
"Yards wide, for Twenty-
tivfi r.tR. ner vard.u'
rnntnn Clonnnlo BLEACHED AND
UaillUII I lullllGlo. Brown, Usual price
n....l GINGHAM. 37K. E0. and 75 cents
rdldbUlb. each. hlIk,$2 60,$3 00.S3 50,84 00
and $1 50 each.
rirno Pnnrln ENDLESS VARIETY
Uirjaa UUUlia at corresponding v
Prices, lor sale by JOHN WILSON,
w French Ceffco and Spico Mills. "o
ESMONIN & RICHET,
C o t e n n d Spices
OF ALL KINDS.
CHOCOLATE OF DIFFERENT BRANDS FOR SALE
And Satisfaction Guaranteed.
No. 23 Yamhill street, bet. First and Second
6 jroruana, uregon. 38
S. F. MATTHEWS
No pains or expense will be spared to keep
tne cuisine ana every ueparimentoi mis mag
nincent noiei up to mo niarn. as
6 THE BEST HOTEL IN OREGON. 38
WILHOIT'S SODA SPRINGS.
P rjleasant resort, eood accommodations and
romantic scenery, this place cannot be equaled
on me coast, ana wun improved accommoaa-
Hons, i snail endeavor to mase everyminc
comfortable and pleasant to the public in gen
eral, a Hack leaving Portland every Wednes
dav mornlne at 7 o'clock. For further Dartlcu-
lars Inquire at Farmers' Stable, Front street,
Portland. G. W. HOLSAPPLE,
FLEISCHNEE, MAYER & CO.,
Front and First streets, bet. Ash and A,
mporters and Wholesaled eaters.
R. MAYER HAS MADE VERY EXTEN-
slve purchasesoraiuii line oi
Direct from the Manufacturers and Importers
In New York. Our Stock will consist ol the
latest styles and shades of
ITeatlierts and Plumes,
Blbbons, Plain, Gros Grain and Fancy,
Silks, Yelvets, etc., etc.,
To which we invite the attention of the 511111
nery Trade of Oregon and Washington Terri
tory. Being the only Wholesale House in the State
importing MILLINERY GOODS direct from
New York, we will be prepared to offer extra
Inducements to our Friends and Patrons.
3Et :E2 - O 3E DE3 1ST 1 3ST 3-
W. T. SHANAHAN'S
Music and Art Gallery.
T WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE
JL Public that I have Just opened my new
htoro on Morrison street, near secona, wuere
can De round a new ana cnoice selection oi
CHROMOS, STEEL ENGRAVINGS,
PHOTOGRAPHS, PICTURE FRAMES,
MOULDINGS, WALL POCKETS,
And erervthiner In the line suitable for beauti
fying your homes. I have also greatly reduced
the price for framing pictures, and guarantee
to ao DeuerworK una give Deiiersaiisiuciiuu
to my customers than ever before.
A FULL AND ELEGANT STOCK OF
Pianos, Organs, Violins, Guitars, Flut-
inas, etc., etc.,
Soon to arrive, will be offered at prices and
terms suitable to an. nanos anu urgans ior
joa-1 also make a speciality in TUNING and
REPAIRING Pianos, Organs, Accordions, and
all kinds of Musical Instruments. All work
guaranteed to give satisfaction. Pianos tuned
for S2 60, or kept in thorough repair by the
year tor $ uu. o-ao
GEO. B. CAPN. ELIiERY CAP EN,
GEO. B. CAPEN & CO.,
Cor. First fc 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.
AH work warranted.
JSB-Orders solicited. 6-19
Oregon Frame Manufactory
Corner Tlilnl anil Morrison Sts.
OLD FRAMES REGILTASG000 AS NEW,
Oil Paintings Restored.
PRICES REDUCED TO THE VERY LOW
est fltrure. and In tbe Gallery connected
with the establishment are many fine Paint
ings, Cbromo8. Engravings, etc, for sale. Gilt
Ornamented and Marbled Frames made to or
der, and you will also find here some of the
nanasomesi patterns ior mis una oi wort.
Corner of Morrison and Third streets.
WHY BE BALD?
"WHEN YOU CAN BUY A FAMILY RIGHT
T to prepare ana use
A VEGETABLE HAIR RESTORER
Which never falls to restore new hair on a bald
head, or to check falling hair, itchlnc. dand
ruff, diseased scalp, etc The preparation to
check falling hair, etc, has all the merit
claimed for it: also makes the hair glossy aud
luxuriant, and that woman's surpassing crown
or glory is maue more glorious, uan or aa
dress Mrs. E. S. WA8S, or ALEX. WARNER,
t'orliana, uregon. o-iH
D. W. TERWILLIGER & CO.,
Cor. Fourth and E streets, Portland, Ogn.,
EESPECTFULLY INFORM THE PUBLIC
that they keep constantly on hand a full
MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
ca- Orders delivered to all parts of tbe city
tree oi cnarge. o-au
THE AURORA RESTAURANT
Northeast cor. Front and Alder streets,
The only place in Portland where you can get
A GOOD SQUARE MEAL
8 For 25 Cenlf. 35
WHITNEY & HOLMES
rrtHE ABOVE INSfRUMENTS CONTAIN
J. all the Improvements found In
Many of which are used exclusively by us.
They have IMPROVED S WELL.-IMPROVED
BELLOWS, PATENT REED and SOUNDING
BOARDS, IMPROVED REEDS, VALVES, and
SlOP ACTION, with KEYS of the FINEST
IVORY, IVORY FRONTS, SOLID EBONY
SHARPS, CLOTHED MORTISES, BRASS
GUIDE PINS, ENGRAVED IVORY STOPS,
PEDALS, carpeted In rich designs, etc.
AVe manufacture but one class of work, and
one of our INSTRUMENTS is in general re
spects equal to another, as far as Its capacity
goes. The same
Smooth, Finishing Voicing
Which are so satisfactory to good players, will
be found in every Organ upon our list, the dif
ference in price being regulated by the capacity
of the Instrument, and the difference in the
Style and Ornamentation of the case. Every
Instrument fully warranted. Send for Price
For further lnlormatlon address
J. H. BOBBINS, Portland,
Agent for Oregon and Washington Territory,
W. T. SHAN AH AN,
Agent for Portland, at Shanahan's Music and
Art Gallery, Morrison street.
These Organs took the First Premium
at the Oregon State Fair in 1876.
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NEW ILLUSTRATED POEM
"In with you, man I" Pel'tlah said.
"You'd better try to earn your bread
Than like the birds to bill and coo !
'Twill do for them to sigh and woo,
For they have nothing else to do."
DAVID AND ANNA MATSON
Bj- Mrs. A.'big'&il Scott Dniii-way,
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 largo place in the
social discussions of the day. The subject is taken from Mr. Whittler's short narrative of "Da
vid Matson," with which the reader is probably familiar. David Matson, a Merrimac 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 of his boyhood, when he fell in with
bis 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
tepped into his place, and departed. Mrs.
which her heart beats In 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 Pelatlab in vivid colors; and how years of poverty and longing, and the cries of the hun
gry boys, compelled poor Anna to yield to Pelatlah's Importunity,
My poor, nnmated dove," said he,
" And look henceforth for love to me."
A little further on he says:
" Become my wife and yon shall be
Made happy through prosperity,'
While, If she persists In 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 of
Anna's second wifehood, and his sad going back to Algeria, are all told so pathetically that our
feelings ate 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 fine 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 in it. As a specimen of book-making
the volume Is certainly beautiful, and would adorn any center-table.
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THE SINGER STILL TRIUSPHAST!
Name of Company and Machine.
The Singer Manufacturing Company.
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Domestic Sewing Machine Company
Grover fc Baker Sewing Machine Company
Weed " " "
Wilson " " "
Wilcox A Gibbs " " "
American B. H. " " "
Florence " " "
Victor " " "
iEtna, J. E. Braunsdorf fc Co .
C. O. T. WILLIAMS.
WILLIAMS & FULLER,
Bread, Cakes, Pastry, Pilot Bread,
Soda, Picnic, Butter, Boston,
Sugar and Shoe Fly
JENNY UNO CAKS, GINGER SNAPS, ETC.,
34 Washington street, Portland Ogn.
oarOrders from the Trade solicited. 6-30
W. C. JOHNSON. F.O.JI'COWN. I.A.JtACRDM
JOHNSON, M'COWN & MACRUM,
Attorneys and Counsclors-at-Law,
Will Practice In all the Courts of the State.
Loans Made on Treasonable Terms. Collec
tions, Including Rents of Portland Property,
Sromptly made. Abstracts furnished, and
;eal Estate Leased, Bought and Sold in Mult
nomah and Clactamas counties. Particular
Attention given to business in the U. S. Land
Office, Oregon City.
umces Jionnasies' iiriCK, rirst sirrei, x-orv-land,
Oregon, and Main street, Oregon City.
J. 27. rxiLPn.
C A. DOLPH.
E. C. BBONAUOII.
DOLFH, BRONADGH, DOLPH & SIM OS
ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE, PORTLAND.
CAPLES & MULKEY,
Boom No. 5, Odd Fellows' Bnlldlit?,
WILL GIVE PROMPT AND PERSONAL
attention to business Intrusted to their
JHO. M. DALY,
WILL PRACTICE IN THE DISTRICT AND
United States Courts. 6-38
MORNING STAR RESTAURANT,
Cor. Washington and Second Sts.
G. C. RIDER-
mHIS NEW AND ELEGANT RESTAURANT
X. is now open ior tne reception 01 guests.
The tables will be supplied with the best tbe
mantel anorus,ai me loiiowing rates :
Per Month $20 00
" Week 5 00
" Day 100
" Meal . 60
20 Meal Tickets 5 00
Dunlway has found a theme in this story with
a present. It Is printed on heavy tinted paper
gilt extra, $2 50. For sale by book-sellers, or
Publishers, 737 Broadway, New York.
mid First Sts., Portlnud, May 27, 1873.
No. MachlneslNo. Machlnesllncrease or De-
sold In 1S73. sold In 1871. I crease.
SCIIADF. A- CO.,
DYERS AND SCOURERS,
173 Second St., between Main and Salmon,
LADIES' DRESSES, CLOAKS, MANTILLAS,
and Damask Curtains colored In the best
style. Boys' and Men's clothing cleaned and
dyed, and prices reduced. Cleaning gloves, 25
cents. All work warranted.
Goods not called for within three months
will be sold to pay expenses, and any Articles
damaged or lost by fire we will not hold our
selves responsible for. 6-21
BARBER & N1CKL1N,
(Successors to J. II. Hatch,)
No. 109 First street, Portland, Oregon.
THE UNDERSIGNED, IN TAKING LEAVi.
of Portland, returns his sincere thanks for
tue auerai patronage mat nas Deen oestoweu,
aud would bespeak for his successors a contin
uance or the same. Both Drs. Barber & Nlck
lln are gentlemen In every way worthy of any
confidence that may be placed In them, and aa
such I can conscientiously recommend them
to my xormer menus anu patrons.
J. li. iljVi.VJ.tl.
DR. P. . BUNNELL.
Office Rooms No. 10 and 15, Strowbrldge's
Building, corner First and Alder streets, Port
mr Diseases of Women a Specialty. Ladles
suffering from painful menstruation will find
my treatment superior to anytning yet Known
to the profession. 6-38
BR. C. G, GLASS.
Office Corner of First and Stark streets, over
E. Cahalln's boot and shoe store.
Office Hours 10:30 A. M. to 4 p. sr.; and 630 to
7:30 P. 31. 6-23
It. G. BEX, M. D.
Office and Residence Corner Morrison and
Office Hours Prom 1 p. ji. to 7 p. M., except
Wednesdays and Saturdays 9 A. it. to 12 M.
DR. E. A, JONES.
Office and Residence Rooms land 3, Strow
brldge's Building, First and Alder streets,
ear- Special attention paid to Diseases of
Women and Children. 6-37
B. J. G. OLESN,
Southwest corner First and Yamhill
INVITES HIS OLD PATRONS AND THE
Public generally to call at his
NEW BUTCHER SHOP,.
Washington st, one door cast of Third,