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THURSDAY AUGUST 14, 1S78.
lion. W. D. Hare, of Astoria, called
The railroad ferry is rapidly njiproaeli
A fast line of steamers from tills city
to Astoria Is needed.
The shipment of grata from Walla
Walla has ontuQieneetl.
Mrs. Dr. Burr is lecturing in the val
ley towus to Isillesouly.
Belgian block pavemetil will he-given
a trial on i'orllaud streets.
Mr. 15. Hamburger, a nierobaut of
Astoria, died ou Tuesday morning.
Lighting street lamps should be let
out by contract to tiie lowest bidder.
Tli ere are rumors of a narrow-gauge
rauroau irom i oruaiiu to Vancouver.
A roadway will probably be eon-
etructetl from Portland to Vancouver.
The Methodist Episcopal Conference
win convene in tills city next WedneS'
Captain Ankeny Is now the sole
owner of the Sterling uilue in Jackson
Ttie Ameriean eleven defeated the
KiiKlieh eleven in the deciding game of
Extensive preparations are being
made for the erection of the Meebuulea'
The Portland Itoard of Trade wants
the Congressional Labor Committee to
Eighteen lodges of Good Templars
nave been organised and reorganized
during the year.
The Are engine sent to The Dalles
proved entirely satisfactory to the citi
zens of that city.
Arthur Borrows, a well-known pio
neer, died at St. Vineeul's Hospital last
bnnaay, aged so years.
Bishop Haven wilt lecture this even
ing at the Taylor-street church. Subject,
"me American ol the Period."
Xr. C. J. B. Malar key and Miss
Emily O'Connor were married at the
Catholic Cathedral last Monday.
The cost of maintaining the police de
partment of the city for the past nine
and one-half years has been $135,984 IS.
Owing to the superior finish ami excel
lence of work, A bell stands pre-eminent
as a photographer. Give him a
Brick work wasenmaieneed yesterday
on tile new hotel to be erected nu the
northeast corner of Morrison aud Front
Several gentlemen are potting In a
private sewer from Eleventh and Alder
streets to connect with the Fourteenth
A young man named Joyce swam
from 'Rose to Swan Island, a distance of
Ave wiles, on last Sunday, In two hours
and a quarter.
There ie mnch bathing in the river
now by boys. If they provide them
selves with swimming costumes, they
should not be stopped.
A party started this morning for the
parposeofsurveylng the bars at Yakima
ami Alsea Bays and the bar at the
month of Rogue River.
Mr. James Fuller, of Heppner, and
Mhw Kate Taylor, f this city, were
married on Monday evening, and left
an the State of California on a bridal
State Senator Hirsch has the appoint
ing of two pupils to the State Agricul
ture! College at Corvallls. Those wish
ing to attend should call upon the geu
tleman. Y. M. C. A. Hall has been leased by
the management of one of the hotels,
and will be divided into suites of rooms.
The Y. M. C. A. isMookiug for another
Major Gillespie has received Instruc
tion to commence at once the construc
tion of a light-house at Point Wilson,
W. T.. where a foe signal is now In
prose of construction.
The ladies of East Portland have writ-
tea a testimonial and numerously signed
it. ecUinc forth the commendable uual
ities of James McMurray's steamer aud
strainer. See advertltament.
Lewis A Straoss, at the White House,
maintain their popularity through the
Summer season by selling first-class
goods at reasonable ptiees, and dealing
graciously with ail cuctomere.
Work on theOreeon rivers will be re'
snmed at oooe by the U. S. engineers.
The amount appropriated by Congress
for river and harbor improvements has
Joat been declared available by the
Postmaster Cole ha received scores of
applications for positions as letter car
riers, among them being several from
ladies. One mounted carrier and four
footmen will be employed, the salary
being $850 par year.
Mr. J. H. Mcleod and wife have been
the city this week, laying in slock for
their new store at Dilley. We are glad
to see them beginning right by wtron
ising the well known wholesale firm of
Fteiachner, Mayer A Co.
The fourteenth annual eataloene of
the Medical Department of Willamette
University has been received. The reg
ular coarse of lectures will commence
oa Monday, December 8th, at the col
lege, on Fourth street, between Morri
son and Yamhill.
Olds King are well established in
the good graces of their numerous cus
tomers at the Third-street Store. Their
stock is new, Arst-elae and eheap. Ol
coarse our readers will give them a call,
and personal aquaintance will iuduee
them to call again.
A mass meeting will be held at Y. M.
C. A. Halt next Monday evening (not
to-morrow night, as aunotineed in
the dally papers), to re-organize the
Society for Prevention of Crultv to
Animals. Drafts of laws needed will be
presented lor consideration aud amend
The steamer Dayton, Captain Kel
kmr. commander, has rnvmiv
thoroughly overhauled and refitted for
Uie general lower iOiumbia and Cow-
licz iraue. -ito ucuuiutuuutitiotie are
good, its officers obliging, and its prices
for passengers and freight low enough
to suit toe limes.
Tbe open temperance meetings are
still very largely attended aud eutuuM
astically carried on. Mr. Caples de
serves ami receives great credit for the
masterly manner in which be preside
Last Saturday evening the meeting was
held to a late hour, aud mauy slgua
tures were added to the register.
James McMurray has Inveuted a very
convenient adjustable strainer and
steamer, of cast irou, which can readily
be fitted inside of any kettle, so that
whatever is belue cooked gets the full
benefit of the heat. For convenience
and economy these articles recommend
themselves to every nouse-Keeper.
A company has been incorporated for
the purpose of furnishing water for
Portland from the Tualatin River, the
water of which stream is good and
wholesome. Engiueer Cannon lias gone
with a party of surveyors to the Tuala
tin, to commence the survey of a prac
ticable route for conducting the water to
Mr. liuchtel, the popular photogra
pher, has refitted and beautified his gal
lery, corner First and Morrison streets.
His skylight Is the finest in the State,
and is the only one that will permit
taking fine pictures at all hours of tbe
day and In all classes of weather. Noth
ing but first-class work allowed to leave
Cole and Bobbins, the young men
who were arrested for cutting off the
horse's tonuue with bale rone In Eabt
Portland, have been bound over before
tbe Grand Jury with ball fixed at $150
eaol). They state that they placed the
rope in the horse's mouth, and that the
animal, while plunging violently, trod
on tbe rope, Injuring himself.
Captain Ankeny has sold the New
Market Theater block to Mayor D. P.
Thompson and Mr. M. S. Burrell, of the
firm of Knapp, Burrell & Co., for the
sum of $220,000 in cash. Mr. Thompson
is a two-thirds owuer. This it the
heaviest real estate transaction by indi
viduals ever known in Portland. The
improvements on the theater will be
Mr. Edward Cartwright, who had his
right arm amputated a year ago at the
shoulder, aud who has suflered severely
since that time, had the unhealed
wound severely hurt on Monday by one
leg of his eliair slipping through a grate
at the St. Charles Hotel, throwing him
violently against another chair. His
constitution is shattered by his long
sutlerlug, aud it is feared the result will
The ladies conuected with the Opeu
Temperance Meeting at the Y. M. C. A.
Hall will give another of their elegant
and popular soiiables at the hall on
Friday eveulng. Every effort will be
made to render tbe entertainment a
pleasing one. The public generally are
cordially Invited to lend their patronage
on this occasion to free the most popular
and useful society in the city from a
small but embarrassing debt.
A case of yellow fever is reported at
Jefferson Davis appears to be a candi
date for U. S. Seuator.
There is a moat pronounced revival in
tbe Iron trade of New Jersey.
Major Wm. II. Leland, formerly on
General (J rant's stair, is dead.
Galusha A. Grow, it Is said, will be
tendered the Kusslan mission.
General Miles has driven all the In
dians across the line Into Canada.
The Republicans of San Francisco
have nominated B. P.Fliut for Mayor.
The wheelborrow chap. Potter, has
arrived at St. Louis from San Frauciseo.
Reports from Memphis state that the
yellow fever is spreading In every direc
The yellow fever has been declared
epidemic at Memphis by the Board of
Tbe President will not favor the re
organization of State Republican Asso
ciations. Mrs. McKininy, at Dlxnn, California,
was so badly burned ou the 8th instant I
that she died.
The Prohibitionists of FeHttpylvanla
will hold a State Convention and nomi
nate a State ticket.
The verdict of the people of Tennessee
seems to be for absolute repudiation of
tue Slate's Immense debt.
Tbesuitof a Louisiana planter against
General Sberidau for damages for tres
passing has been dismissed.
Maine creenbackers are makinca vic-
orooH fight in the pending campaigu,
the Democrats furnlsuiug tue funds.
Captain Boyle, of the Mississippi
River steamer Heroine, was killed by a
desperado named Basque on the 8th.
A strike of the drivers aud runners of
the Enterprise colliery, near Wilkes
barre. Pa., has stopped mining there.
Department clerks in dlfTeient States,
disbauded by President Hayes, are re
organizing aud sending out documents.
Jacob E. Hauline was hanged in
Texas on the Stli for murdering Peter
Maihiox. He protested his innocence.
Laurence and Charles Castle, broth
ers, were drowned at Sau Rafael, Cat.;
on the 10th, while fishing in Tomales
Spotted Tail wants peace, and says be
and his people will live IlKe the whites
aud work. He has had enough of tbe
Paul Boy ton has accepted a oliallenee
from Webb, the English swimmer, to a
content, the former being allowed to use
his life-suit aud paddle.
James D. Fay's law partner, Henry
C. Kind, also committed suicide ou the
Sth iu San Francisco. He had squan
dered his wife's property.
The San Francisco Democrats have
nomiuated Gustav Reis, a German cap
italist and member of the Board of Fire
Commissioners, for Mayor.
The Republicans of California have
declined to form a coalition with the
New Constitution and Democratic par
ties to defeat tbe Kearneyites.
Lucky Baldwin, of San Francisco, has
been arrested by a U. S. marshal on a
eiiarge of defrauding the revenue by re
filling stamped packages of brandy.
Local papers on the fishery coast want
the Kearsarge to visit the Gulf of St.
Lawrence. Some complain that they
are worse oil" than before the award was
Captain Eads has been offered the po
sition of State Engineer of California,
and has been asked to take charge of
me worn ot improving me baoramento
Senator Conklinir. of New York, and
Governor Sprngue, of Rhode Island,
nave nau some trouble this week, but
nothing definite can be learned of the
Chairman Wrielit. of the Labor Onm-
mittee, addressed a lanre audience in
San Franci-eo last night, advoeating
me expulsion oi iiieJUtueee by peaceful
Comparative labor statistles alow
that Ameriean laborers are better paid
and can maiutalu themselves at less
cost than the Europeau In any similar
urancu oi industry.
The rich French residents of Xew
York are taking considerable stock in
the Panama canal. Americans in that
city, however, do not write down their
suoscripiions to any extent.
Two chivalrous Southerners, aged 16
and 19, fought a duel with blank car
tridges at Bladeusburg yesterday. The
uncle of one of them stopped the pro
ceedings, to preveui waste oi powder.
John O'Xeil and Peter McManus,
Mollie Maguircs, will be hanged In
Pennsylvania on the 9lh of October;
also Andrew Tracy for niurtlerlne
youug lady to whom he was paying at
The U. S. Consul at Manchester, Eng
land, says the failure of crops is much
more serious than generally supposed
abroad, aud the demand for meal and
grain from the United States will be
The I'lirenoinffical Journal for August
contahiB an exceedingly well executed
portrait of William Lloyd Garrison, ac
companied by a well written biography
of the great agitator. It Is also well
filled with phrenological, historical,
national aud other treatises.
The Medico-Lilerary Journal, edited
and published by Dr. Mary Sawtelle,
corner Kearny aud Sutter streets, San
Frauclsco, is a very creditable health
journal, and Is extensively patronized
by thinking- people.
Godey'a Lady's Book for August is at
haud, and is in every way a marvel of
tbe publishing art. If you have never
taken Oodey, send a dollar and try it
for six montbe.
How Women Would Vol.
Were the question admitted to the ballot,
and women were allowed to vote, every wom
an In the land wbu has ud Or. Pierce's Fa
vorite Proscription woeWvote It to be an an
failing remedy for tbe diseases peculiar to her
wi. Dr. Mere has received hundreds of
grateful testimonials of it curative powers.
Iowa City. Iowa, March t, 1S7S.
Da. R. V. Piehck, Bdppaio, X. Y. Dear
Sir: For many months I was a great sufferer.
Physicians could afford me no rctlet. In my
despair I commenced the use ol your Favorite
Prescription. It speedily efleeted my entire
and permanent cure. Yours thankfully,
Mas. PAUL It. I1AXTRR.
Fairer brows than those whitened by the
clarifying action of CiLBSN'a Sulphur Soil
are not to be found. Disfiguring pimples,
blotches and other blemlotaes of tbe complex
ion which mar the effect of pleasing features,
nne eye, and other agreeable physical trails,
are quickly eradicated by this healthful aid to
beauty, which Is also specifically adapted K
the core of local disease of tbe skin and the
alleviation of pain arising from rheumatism
and soul. The utility of sulphur baths is too
generally understood and appreciated to need
com menu They are expensive, however. Not
so Glenn's Sclpiiuk Soap, which possersca
the same properties in a highly eoaoentrated
farm. Is sold at a price which renders it avail
able by all, and obviates the necessity ot seek
lot; bejood one's own threshold the remedial
advantage of sulphur bathing. Obstinate ul
cerous sores, Maids, bruises and cuts are
healed by It; and It Is extremely efficacious In
relieving tbe Bartering caused by sprains. It
nullities the danger of diseases produced by
contact, when unsd as a preventive, and disin
fects clothing and linen worn by persons trou
bled with contagious maladies. Ketrarded
merely as an article of tbe toilet. It is far
preferable to ordinary soaps, on account of lu
Mipertor cleansing and emollient qualities,
and for bleaching line articles of needle-work
and white woolen, cotton and linen fabrics It
Is unequaled. Its use In sanctioned by the
medical fraternity, and testimony ot tbe most
unimpeachable kind proves lis inertia. No
statements are put forth In Its behalf which
the fact will not Justify. It Is In every respect
worthy of the rank which It holds among
Ameriean proprietary remedies. Inexen
sive, convenient and reliable. It especially
recommends Ittelf to the ue .ot families
In which there are children who are liable
to contract, at school or elsewhere, diseases
of tbe akin, to which It Is the best known
antidote Sold by druggist. Price, S cent
Iter cake. One box (X ealtea), 78 cent,
seat by mail, prepaid, on receiptor price. C.
X. CrtttenUHi, proprietor, 7 Sixth avenue, New
lie Ought lo Hate It.
'Clarence, you've got a real kind heart,'
gratefully observed a young lady on tbe.ears
lo a youth, as he dropped a prise package of
pop-corn in her lap. "Ye, Mao ; my heart is
all right," be sadly replied. What I want Is
a new liver." Why don't you line Plunder's
Oregon Blood Partner, Livek and Kidney
To all who are Ml tiering from the errors and
Indiscretions of youth , nervous weakness, early
decay, loss of manhood, etc., I will send a
recipe that will eure you, FREE OP CHARGE.
This great remedy was discovered by a mis
sionary In South America. Send a self-ad
dresked envelope to the Rev. Joseph T. In man
Htatlon D. New York City. g-ttt
Ortnlii Cure Tor Cnticcr.
Mrs. I. Mary O. Brown takes this method of
vying to the atnleted that she i In poesemion
of a safe, certain, and palnlesH eure for that
most loathsome and terrible disease known as
Canckr, In all Iu forms and phases. Her
remedy Is never known to ntH. Add rem Mrs.
Ir. Mary O. Brown, Olyrapia, V. T. 7-X
Hill's Halrand Whisker Dye, black or brown,
NEW THIS WEEK.
rpHKRE IS A COMBINATION OF KOON-
.i omy anu convenience in inetise ot tne
ADJUSTABLE STRAINER I
CAST IRON STEAMER!
Your Coo It I n r l'trnll arc luroinplete
EITHER OR BOTH FITTED TO ANY SIZE KETTLE.
The Steamers will save the nrice of them
selves In two weeks In any larally. They can
be used with equal advantage lu bolllnc. as it
Is impossible to burn meat or vegetables to the
oouom oi your acme, wuen tney are uoett in
ateamlne. whatever von are eookfmr l Inikle
of tbe kettle, thereby getting toe full benefltof
uie neat Jiiey are Jut what Is wanted In
canning fruit. Klther the Strainer or Steamer
can be removed with a knife or fork when hot,
and are easily adjusted. No corners or Joints
about either that are bard to keep dean.
Sold by Agents for 75 cents Each.
Agent will call on you shortly. Address
8-18 East Portland, Or.
GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY!
Kvery Article In the Retail Groeery Trade sold
at iieuucea iune.
NOTICE OUR LOW PRICES !
W. H. MARSHALL & CO..
No. HI IS St , bet. Flmt mill .Second.
SUC A UK.
(FULL, WEIGHT GUARANTEED.)
lo bk. California Golden C "m" til.no
to tw. No. 1 Island Sueur . m.
s Sm. Pine Crushed Sugar
Green Costa Rlea. per .
Green Java, per S' --.
luea, iioaM and Ground..
O. G. Java, lluaxt and Ground
Our Celebrated Family CoUee.x-fc. Hn
""""- nox japan Tea $3.00
ulli T, . , ';equereu Japan Tea 3.20
Bert Engllb Breakfast Tea'i'per
nirai -Tii.'rvr,'!' fTOm 35e- o SO
Ooal Oil, 3-gallon Can . 1.30
every article m the line of Staple and Panrv
'-IfT"? inline proportion. Special eunem-
i iHsew anu boardlng-boates. l'rmni.t
"""on and tree delivery ot good. Orders
-'--' iwwtow "wj morning tr desired.
W. II. MARSHALL A- .
I WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS
'8-47 No. 31 BSU, bet. First and Second.
SUMMER GOODS! ..
LADIES' LINEN SUITS AND DUSTERS
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
PIQUES, LAWNS & GRENADINES
IN THE BEST VALUES.
FANS.PARASOIS AND SEASONABLE UNDERWEAR,
NEW AND CHEAP.
THE BEST BARGAINS IN-
BLACK DRESS AND TRIMMING SILKS
EVER OFFERED IN" OREGON.
OLDS & EING,
No. 117 Third street. PortlRnd, Oregon.
'THE WHITE HOUSE!"
The Vory Latest Stylos
Direct from NEW YORK.
FI.OMT.KS, ItlllHO.VS, FEATIIEIIM, Etc.,
In all New Colors and Shades.
HATS AND BONNETS
In alt the New Shape, trimmed to order by
an Accomplished Milliner.
PATTERN HATS IN ELEGANT VARIETY.
A Carefully Selected Stock of
FASHIONABLE SUMMER DRESS GOODS
TIES, GLOVES, RUCHINGS, BUTTONS,
Merchants from the Interior are respectfully
Invited to Inspect our goods before purchasing
their Summer supplies.
LEWIS A- ST HA CSS.
&m No. b I'lrnt Street
FISELEIi & ROBERTS,
Corner ol t'lrxt nnd Alder afreet.
PORTLAND, ORlfa JN.
THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK !
THE MOST FASHIONABLE STOCK!
THE LOWEST PRICES
Of any House lu the State.
EVERT GARMENT WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED
'i.sm:i. v itoucRTS,
Corner I'lrat mid Aider Streets.
R It. THOMPSON. WM. IIOSKVHAS.
K. J. BE u art. w. a Tiioxraos.
Thompson, De Hart & Co.,
IMPORTERS AJD DEALERS IX
HARDWARE, IRON & STEEL,
Carriage and "Wagon Materials,
HARDWOOD LUMBER, HUBS, SPOKES, 4c.
171 I'lrt A 173 I'ront St., cor. TnmhlU
PORTLAND, OREGON. S-t
5 WASHINGTON ST.. PORTLAND, ORB
gnn, repectfully ren.uet all the renders of
lite Nkw Northwest who have work In his
line to call upon or address him. Estimates
given on application, and all Inquiries
CI I It IS. KCI.OTII
TNVITBS HIS OLD PATRONS AND TIIE
A. l-obiic genera'iy to can ai nis
NEW BUTCHER SHOP,
TCaalilngton St., one door ruut of Third.
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knows no sex, no polities, no religion, no party,
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trance on Washington), Portland, Or.
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ti ,m i. r innuraurAn nnd Importers
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latest stylets anu snaae oi
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Ribbons, PIaln, Cros Grain and Fancj",
Silks, Velvets, etc., etc.,
To whleh we Invite the attention of the Milli
nery Trade or Oregon ana wasuington -.territory.
Being the only Wholesale Hoote In the State
importing MILLINERY GOODS direct from
New York, we will be prepared to offer extra
Inducements to our Friends and Patrons.
FURNITURE 3I.LVUFACTURIXC COUPAXT,
- And dealers In
' MATS, RU9. CURTAIN!,
- i -IHAIR MATTRBSSRS, BMs.
Sales-rooms, Corner First and Yamhill Sts.,
Steam Facto rj Owner Front d MadtsoaSta.,
PORTLAND, OREGON. J8
Portland to San Francisco.
earning U. S. JIall and AVells, Fargo fc
The Orecoe Steamship Comnanr and Pa-
eine Coatt Steamship Company will dispatch,
every five days, for the above,port,one of their
new anu elegant a l iron eteamsnips, viz:
THE OREGON, GEO. W. ELDER, AND
STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
SAILING DAYS-July 3, s, 13, IS, 23, 2S.
August 2, 7.
THROUGH TICKETS sold to all the princi
pal CI 1 18 In lite United States and Canada.
rorpanwuiar inrrasKaKeaiHi rretgnuappiy
to O. W. WEIDLER, Agent O. S. & Co.,
Corner F and Front Sts., Portland,
Or J. McCRAKEN ACo., AkU P.C.S.S.CO.,
CU, Kami ei Norm r-ronis,i'orlland,Or.
QQnn A MONTH guaranteed; $12 a day at
QOJU home made by tbe Industrious. Capi
tal not required; we will start you. Men,
women, ooysanti gins raase money raster at
work lor us than at anything else. The work
Is llsht and pleasant, and such as any one can
eorlchtat. Those who are wise who see this
notice will send us their addresses at once and
see for themselves. Costly outfit and terms
free. Now Is the lime. Tho already at work
a'e lavlntr up larsesumsof monev. Address
TRUE i CO., Augukta, Maine. IM7
THE AURORA RESTAURANT,
Northeast cor. Front and Alder streets.
Tbe only place In Portland where you can get
A GOOD SQUARE MEAX.
6 Tor 25 Cents. ss
Flot ot Yamhill street.
ALL KINDS OF IVOOD,
Sawed and nnsawed, constantly on hand.aniM
o uvuvenu ttiHH imi ! we city. i
BARBER & N1QKLIN,
(Successors to J. 1L Hatch,)
No. 109 First street, Portland, Oregon.
riWR UNDERSIGNED, IN TAKING LEAVE
i i.i nu miiu, leiurui ma sincere thanks roi
tbe liberal oatmnnifA thnt ha, hui u.in..i
and would bespeak for his suceewors a contin
uance or the some. Both Dm. Uarber Jt Nick
lln are gentlemen In every way worthy or any
confidence that may be placed In them, and as
a -ii cuuM;iuuuusiy recommenu mem
iu ui y iurmer inenas ana patrons.
J. H. HATCH.
First street, bet. Ash nnd Pine,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON nAND A FINK
and complete stock of
SCOTCH, ENGLISH, FRENCH & DOMESTIC C000S.
Whleh are utM.-pasd, and whteb he
will make up
8 AT COST PRICES. SS
YOSS & FUHR,
(Successor to Peter Wagner),
Bread, Cakes, Pastry, Pilot Bread
Soda, Picnic, Butter, Boston,
Sugar and Shoo Fir
JENNY UNO CAKES, GINGER SNAPS, ETC.
31 Washington street, Portland OgH.
Off-Orders from the Trade solicited.
NEW ENGLAND. MARKET
Corner of North Fourth nnd E streets.
FT THIS MARKET YOU WILL FIND AT
all times, and at tbe LOWEST POSSIBLE
fRICES, Fresh, Smoked and Salt Meats, Poul
try. Lard and Eggs. Also Henry Ames Co.'s
Standard St. Louts Sugar-cored Hams, and
James K. Boyd's Extra Omaba Hams, tbe
rmu valley Mann.
evuive us a eau.
8-8 NEW ENGLAND MARKET.
OREGON TRANSFER COMPANY
General Forwarding and Commission.
Freight nttd bMBMM forwarded and delivered
with dispatch. Pianos and Furniture moved.
Orders for Hacks Promptly Attended to, Day
Office. S. W. Cor. feecoud and Stark Sta.
Off- Mark, Care of O. T. Co.
WIBERD & KIERNAN'S,
113 Front street,
0. CONRAD HAS REMOVED
Djeing and Cleaning Establishment
From S27 Second street to No. M Saimoa, be
tween first and Front. $-11
Ico Cream and Soda. Water !
ALISKY & HECELE'S
PREMIUM CAXDT MANUFACTORY,
FlrotKt., bet. Alder nnd Korrison.
SOMETHING NEW FOR PORTLAND !
PURE MILK AND CREAM!
RAILROAD MILK DEPOT 1
BUTTER MILK and SOUR MILK alwny on
H. a PARWBLL.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office, Strnubridge Building, Cor.
I I rut nnd Alder Street.
Or at residence, cor. Market and Front,
fll-.Ir llAnnu CVnm 1A 1" 1 v .flnil 9 In A
and 7 to 9 p. m.
air-special Attention to sorcery anu dm
eases of Women and Children. 8-17
W.C.JOHSSON. r.o.Jt'oowir. i. a. at aobum.
JOHNSON M'COWN i. MACRUM,
Attorneys and Counselors. at -Law
Will Practice In all the Courts of thestate.
Loans Made on Reasonable Terms. rVilleo.
Hons, Including Rents of Portland Property
promptly made. Abstract furnished, arid
Real Estate Leased, Bought and Sold in Mult
nomah and Clackamas eonnties. Particular
Attention given to buslnma In th ir a r,i
Office, Oregon City.
urn-jionnaaies' urlck. First street. Port
land, Oregon, and Main street,Oregon City.
JOIIS It. MITCHELL. RALPH Jt. DKMKXT.
MITCHELL & DEMENT,
OFFICE-Corner First and Morrison streets.
rooms formerly occupied by Buchtel's Picture
J. y. DOLPII.
. DO LP II.
. c. BKOXAUOn.
dolpd., unosAcon, uolph a sivos
ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE, PORTLAND.
JNO. M. DALY,
WILL PEAOTIUK ir m
United States Courts.
riLL PRACTICE IN THE DISTRICT AND