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THURSDAY SEITEW 1$ER IS, 1ST.
lTott. Lea Iiiiglilin, 'if North Yaai
MII, fe hi the eliy.
Th Jewish New Year commenced at
Hawiowii last evening.
Th little eh iltlreii for adoption ar
at the Home, corner Fourteenth anil P
The Americans were victorious in the
erieket contest with the Knglish last
The Evangelical Association Church,
eanwr Eighth and Clay tlreett-, Is about
Maews. Courtney, Coher, Kristol, Dull
and Matthews Have been appointed
Tba bark Dovenlty pal tlirtweli
IwoCTCioneH while en route from Hono
lulu to this port.
Therrewaof the Willamette Rowing
Ciab will race on the 20th (next Satur
day) Instead of the 27th.
The Chinese Mission Chapel nn Fifth
street, between Alder and Morrison, was
dedicated last Monday evening.
The total attemlauee at the puliHc
schools for the week ending last Friday
was 1,859130 in exeees of last year.
An Invitation, has been forwarded
'fratM Salem to General Grant for litiu
telf and party to visit the State Fair.
Owinr to the superior finish ami excel
lence tU work, Akell stands pre-eminent
r photographer. Give lilm a
A l'ortland nine of ball-player will
go to Olymitia to eomitete (or tlie ire-
iniHi oflered by the Agricultural So
Mrs. Item won, the popular milliner,
at No. 28 Washington ftreet, has re-
eeJved her Fall stock of halts and trim
The berk Norman MeLeotl was for
two days in the breakers at the mouth
of the Columbia without receiving any
The telegraph line lietween St. Joe
and the Iliekreal will he enmpleled as
mom as I lie insfliators arrive irnui ban
Mr. J. J. Barton, one of Oregon's first
hettlere, died at his home in till city nn
last Monday night. He came to the
8Ul In 1815.
Another pioneer, Mr. Wm. I. Holmes,
aged seveuiy-three, died at Oregon City
last Friday evening. He was a highly
Mr. W. C. Myer, of Jacksonville, has
been In the city several days Willi some
of his Fercheron horses, which lie is
taking to I'uget Souud.
Work on the Harrison-street sehool
baikJitie; is being crowdetL, ami the ex
terior work will be completed In three
weeks If rain dors not intervene.
Mrs. Drocilla Dobeon, a lady eighty
two years of age, who has resided on the
Tualatin Flaios since 1850, died near
Oleoeoe last Saturday. She was highly
The School Directors have employed
another teacher, Miss Iynilea. Ituxton,
in the sixth grade of the North School,
In conccqnenc) of the crowded coudition
of that grade.
Captain Witkioson. military in
structor at Pacific University, has a
elass of about lifty eadets in training at
Forest Grove. Uniforms will be ob
tatoed from the Bast.
The nuptials of Miss Grace Howard,
daughter of General O. O. Howard, and
Cantata J. T. Gray, of the steamer Lur-
line, were consummated at Vancouver
uarraeks last evening.
Those who wish an excellent suit of
clothing, guaranteed to give perfect sat
isfaction as to price, quality and fit,
sbeald call on W. H. Utter, with V. J.
Quins, 28 Stark street.
Mm. Wiley, a lady who lives on tlte
vvaabougal Hirer, vV. T., was gored by
a vicloue eow last Thursday, and dau
Verounly hurt. Site is being earetl for at
St. Vincent's Hospital.
Tbe clearance sale of Comstock &
Pilnger'e general stock of dry goods ami
clothing will continue some three
rnoptlag. We advise tlmwe In quest of
good bargains to call on tbesn.
There are bat few persons iu the
county jail who have been held to await
the action of the Grand Jury. Judge
Bellinger nd District Attorney Caples
have awakened a whafeccme fear in law
breakers. Hon. H. W. Corbett, after faithfully
fulfilling the duties of President of tbe
Board of Trade for Ave years, declined
another term at the last meeting, and
Colonel John McCraken was elected
Mr. R F. HH. of the Arm of Dayton
& Hall, and Mi's Letta Lindsley,
daughter of Rev. A. L. Lindsley, were
married at the Presbyterian Church
last Tuesday evening, the father of the
The outgoing cargo of the ship Dov
eaby will be the sixth taken by that
vessel from Oregon. Captain Penny
lias erossed tbe Columbia liar eleven
' times, and has no fear of it and no diffi
culty In crossing.
A man named W. D. Parker, recently
arrived from California, fractured one of
Ilia lees on Monday morning by jump
ing from the seeoud story of the Norton
House iuto tbe yard. He claims that
lie did It In his sleep.
Bernhard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol.
Hirscb, died in this city on the 13th
itattant, aged S years S months ud 90
days. Tlie child was a bright, promis
ing prattler, who endeared himself to
every one who knew him.
We present to-day an advertisement
of the widely-known and popular Realty
idauos and organs, manufactured by
Daniel F. Realty, Washington, N. J.
The terms are so reasonable shal all can
Indulge their taste for music
The Attorian Informs Portlanders
that tbe remaining portions of the
French vessel which sank in the Wil
lamette near Flanders' wharf In 1850
have been removed. Portlanders should
subscribe for tbe Astoria daily.
Tbe seventh Sunday School Conven
tion for Oregon, Washington ami Idaho
Will be held in Salem iu the Congrega-
. I ... I flu. rnli nn Tnattlav ..) j.
tional Church on Tuesday ami VJi.es
day, Stember 30th ami October 1st.
State Fair tickets cau be bought, thus
securing half fare.
There is much opposition among mer
cantile and commercial firms to the re
moval of Captain Merrimaii as Inspector
of Ibis IJglitbouse .District. A Million
asking that lie be allowed to remain has
Iteeo forwarded by Portland firms to the
National lighthouse lioaru at Wash
ington. The mere announcement that the Me
chanics' Pavilion will be formally
onened ou the 13th proximo by a Imlt,
given by the Grand Army of tbe Re
public, is sufficient to cause a rush, as
the G. A. It. parties are the most tmpu
las iu the city. See advertisement uuder
"New This Week."
The opening day of the Mechanic'
Fair has been postK)Ded to October 30th.
Tbe fair wilt continue two weeks. Ex
lilbilora will be allowed free space, ap-
plications for which most lie made, in
trrUiny, to Mr. II. R. Nicholas, the
Secretary, whose office Is in Dekum's
building. Only tlioeo who sell wares
will be charged for room.
Mr. Ruehtel, the popular photogra
pher, lias 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 tine pictures at all hours of the
day ami in all classes of weather. Noth
ing but flrst-class work allowed to leave
Dr. Keck, the well-known catarrh
doctor, has Issued the initial number of
au advertising medical journal, to be
puldifhed monthly, the object being to
"disseminate sound saultary doctrine,
free from the trammels of any class or
school, yet always esteeming and em
bracing truth, from whatsoever source
it may How." The number before us Is
gotten up In good stvle, on the "ready
Tlie open temperance meeting of last
Saturday evening was a most enjoyable
lla.tr. the attendance was large, ami
the President in his happiest mnnd.
The speech by Mr. Ranks, of the Hull-
street Church, was rootl, and the read
ing of extracts Irom John 11. Cough's
speeches was excellent. Alany new tig
natures were added to the great register,
which now has S 300 names enrolled.
The exereises for next Saturday evening
give promise ot equal interest.
In the Pittsburg DUpnteli, recently,
there appeared a long artlele about a
fortune in Holland of $200,000,000 lietng
left to be divided among about seventy
heirs. Four of these heirs reside iu
Multnomah county. They are the chil
dren of Mr. Wm. Kern, who Is well
known in this county, having come
here in 1851. He resides a few miles
from East Portland. The names of the
heirs are J. W. Kern, A. A. Kern, Mrs.
Marquam and Mrs. Staiiborough. In
formation is soon expected which will
settle the matter.
C. T. Belcher & Co. display at their
elegant store nn First street, near Sal
mon, one of the fluest exhibits of staple
and fancy crockery, glassware, silver
ware, etc.. etc., evef brought to this
market. Their exhibition of Majolica
ware is particularly elegant and attract
ive, and ruarrelously cheap. We were
surprised to learu that fruit dishes of
Mils ware, which sell In New York for
$5 00, were ottered for $2 00, and vases,
log", pitchers and the like In the same
proiortloii. -jiiey also nave lor sale tlie
famous ''Diamond Oil" for lamps,
water-white, 150 fire test, sod tlie very
liest in tlie market.
Nittchez has raised
against New Orleans.
Tlie Stanton coal mines near Potts
ville, Pu., are caving in.
A miner was eooked to death lu the
Savage mine on the 15lh.
The Republicans have a majority in
me UaiiioruiH .legislature.
Tbe State Treasurer of Georgia, J. W.
Renfroe, wilt be impeached.
The silver certificates eireolate In
Wushiugloti like greenback.
Funds are being raised In New York
for the sufferers at Memphis.
The Irisli cricketers defeated the New
Yorkers easily ou the 12th aud 13th.
The walk for the Aslley belt will
commence iu New York on the 22l.
Trouble is reported between the agent
and the Ute Indiana at While River,
Six persons were Injured by a falling
building In New York ou Saturday last,
but none fatally.
San Francisco presents a gala appear
ance, buildings being decorated in honor
of General Grant.
A boiler explosion In a slaughter
hou'e in Nashville ou the lotll caused
the deatll of two persons.
General Grant says he will go direct
to his old home In Galena alter he com
pletes his Pacific Coast visit.
Tlie Wisconsin Deaf and Dumb Insti
tute at Delaveu was burned on the 10th.
Loss, $100,000. Inmates saved.
Tlie Commercial Exchange of Phila
delphia has adopted the cental system
for lite purchase and sale of grain.
The Fall meeting at Creedmnor of the
National Rdle Association was opened
nn tne loin uy a graim eannonaile
The Itark Laura, from Porto Rieo to
Uueeftstown with sugar, baa beett lost.
together wlt'i six or the vespers erew.
The Maine Legislature stands:
House S" Republicans, 84 opposition ;
Senate 15 Republicans, 10 opposition.
Clearing-house statistics show a still
further increase in the volume of busi
ness of the country ilurlifg the past week,
Ren. Butler has beett nominated for
Governor of Massachusetts by a faction
which claims to De tueJJetnocrutlc party,
The loss of cotton Iu Louisiana ami
Mississippi by the reeeut storm is about
230,000 bales, and of sugar 50,000 hogs
Joseph A. Blair, of the Merchants'
National Rauk, New York, has been
indicted for murder for killing Ids
coach ms n.
Mrs. Ronesteel, living at Shawnee,
Mo., killed two of bar children, little
girls, on the 14th, iu a lit nf teminrary
Ex-Confederate soldiers and sailors
have united with tlie general public to
welcome General Grant mi bis arrival
at San Krntcison.
The Massachusetts Republicans have
nominated Lieutenant-Governor Long
for Governor. Pierce was uomitiated
for Secretary of State.
New York policemen put In their
spare time raiding Chiueee opium dens.
They are beginning to get souia knowl
edge of the "Utile brown men."
Ex Governor John T. Hoffman has
resigned tbe office of Sachem of the
Tammany Society, and says that he
wilt support the Rubiusuu ticket.
The six-days' walking match between
Miss Von Berg ami Mine. La Chanelle.
in San Francisco, terminated to-day at
one o'clock, La Chapelle easily winning.
A child seven years old. named
Charles McKeogh, died In Mannyunk,
Pa., on the loth, of hydrophobia, hav
ing ueen bitten by a Hound two months
Three cl.ll.lreu named McGrath were
poisoned n, Uklah, Cal., on the 11th, by
driukiug milk freh from aeow that had
been poisoned. Two of the children
A hotel uas blown up at. Westervllle,
Otiio, on the 11th, by unknown nersous.
because the proprietor would not cease
selling liquor, xso one was seriously
Jay Gould is keeping his word about
sending sufficient money to Memphis to
defray tlie expeuges of tbe Howard As
sociation during the ravages of yellow
A lie, hoond aerobe the track, wrecked
a train in Illinois ou tbe loth, killing
the fireman and severely hurting the
engineer. The paseengeis escaped seri
The county funds of Santa Cruz
county, Cal., are missing to the amount
of $23,700. The Treasurer Is under ar-
rest, and has turned his property over
to his bondsmen.
Kalloch, Mayor-elect of San Fran
oisco, makes excellent promises as to
what he will do when he assumes tbe
duties nl his otllce. Probably one thing
he will see to Is that De Youug is prose
cuted. A race has been arranged between the
Canadian oarsman, Haulan, and Court
ney, American, fur SG.000 a side, to take
place nn Chntauqua Lake, New York,
on October Sih. Distance, live miles,
with a turn.
W. W. Keene, assistant cashier of the
Northwestern National R-uik, of Minne
apolis, has embezzled $135,000 of the
funds of that Institution. Tlie stock
holders arc men of wealth, aud will
make the defalcation good.
Divls, the Republican candidate for
Governor of Maine, lacks a few hundred
votesof a majority overall oppnsitigcan
didates, which will throw the election
into the Legislature. That body being
Republican, Davis will probably be
Adolph Reniihatd, aged seventeen,
hanged himself in New York ou the
15th. His stepmother forced him and
his brother to leave the house, ami sor
row at being separated from ills father
caused the act. He left a letter for
An explosion of oil works at Coupe
ville, Pa., on the 15th, caused the deatll
of George J Emery, son of the proprie
tor, and perhaps fatally injured two
other persons. The works were new,
and had Just started up iu refining oil
by a new process.
IIblp in ActtviBtNO Kxowleiwb. In ac
quiring a knowledge of tlie Bm-ltsh language.
ami especially In learning: tlie meaning of
wonts, probably no other work, nor many
other books artoxettier, eau aRurd so ranch aid
as Webster Unabridged Dictionary, wttlt IU
1M pictorial Illustration, Its precise and fall
deOniikHif, IU careful discriminations of syn
onymous words, lu many valuable tables, ami
above all with tbe recent additions to it of a
supplement of over tjSM new word and mean
lues, tush as have ouma Into tbe language
within the last few years, anil a new biograph
ical table of more than S.7U0 names ol noted
penons, giving In brief the pronunciation, na
tionality, protosoton ahd daleoreach. It U,ln
iuelf, a whole library of the language. Let
one family have a copy of this work and us
It faithfully, and another be without Itthe
difference In the progress of tbe two families
In getting knowledge will be very great.
NEW THIS WEEK.
MECHANICS' FAIR !
THE ANNUAL EX II I RITION
or Tit K
PORTLAND MECHANICS' FAIR
Will be opened in the Pavilion,
On the 20th of Octobsr, 1879,
And will continue Iwo weeks. Kxblbltors
should Imuiedlati ly give tUstr tMHteamut de
ertpUon of articles, together with the space
reunited, to toe eerelary. Attarr
11. R MUUOI.AK, Seerotary.
No. 10 bekumM Building. First street.
I Ifertlund, Uregou.
KIIXINERY GOODS !
THE r.VI.I. .STYLUS
HATS AND TRIMMINGS
IIAVK AKltlVEII AT
SIRS. J. W. LEMMON'S,
NO. St WAHIIIKOTON' SYIIKKT, fUKTI.AN 1
CONCERT' AND BALL!
GEORGE WRIGHT POST, 0. A. R.,
TOR TI1K BEXf IT OF TltK
Grand Army Relief Fund,
FIRST OPENHiS OF THE KCCHAKICS' PAVILION,
UN WONIIAY XIOHT,
1023 Paces. 3000 Encravini.
Tour rages Colored l'lates.
.Vow ddfJ, a SUPPLEMENT ofofr
46 OO 3EW WORDS andJIeaninjs,
lwlodlDC sorh as hire come Into ow during
I he pat fifwfii ream msryof w hi,h tista orrer
before fouuj a place la any Eng!in dicuocary.
ALSO ADDED. A NEW
rover D700 JTA3IES
?Jted Perjn,aneienland mod ern.lrwlndlnc
rssnr now liunc Ritlng Name, Proonnelauoo,
suocaiity. Profession and Date of each.
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NEW EDITION contains a Snr-plemest of
oTer 4600 M word, and meanings.
Esch new word fa Piipptrnent has teen se
lected and defined with great care.
With lUocrsr.himl THrtiomrr. Dowaddrd.of
OTer 0100 names cl Noted IVnm.
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Illmtrallonj, 3000, about three times
as many as in any other Dictionary.
Ths Dk-IV recommended lr Fine 6on-U
of 35 Stater, aad 50 Coders Presls.
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WEBSTER'S IliTIOML PlCTORIIL DICTIOSaRT.
1040 Pi; Odiro. 600 Eacratkiit.
NEW THIS WEEK.
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IXtrOKTRrtS AND J0IU1KK3 OP
MILLINERY & FANCY GOODS,
UAVB OI'KNBD, THIS DAY,
THE. LARGEST STOCK
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS!
IMreet from the Manufacturers.
mii.i.im:ks ami jir.itcn.vNT.s
Will find this Mouse the only UMIOI.BBALK
RarAUI.ISlIMK.Vr In this city.
LEWIS Jk STJtAU.SS.
Xo. l'J3 I'lrxt .Street.
s. w. xinre.
OLDS & KING,
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
ID JFLST. o- o o x s
FimXISIII.VU AXD FiXCV II 00 us,
No. ' 1-17, Third Street, Portland.
No- Damaged- or Auction Goods !
seat on appHsatton.
Orders Solicited and Carefully Filled
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Washlatrtoa, Scvr Jersey
AYER'S CATHARTIC PILLS,
ror nil flie imriioHeH ofn I'nnilly I'liyslc,
Dsenlery, Foal Storn
ach ami Dieatb, Head
ache, Kryslpelas. Piles
and Skin IMtteates, 1111
lousne, IJver Com
plnlnt. Dropsy, Tetter,
Tumors and Salt Rheum, Worms, Gout, Nea
rAlgin, as a Dinner Pill, and Purilylns the
Blood, are the mnt eonsenlal pursaUves yet
terfected. Their eOVcts abunduntly showliow
much they excel all other Pills. Theyaresafe
and rdeamni to take, but powerful to cure.
They purte out the foul humors of the blood;
they stimulate the sluggish or uworuerea or
gans Into action; and they Impart lieaitn ami
tone to the whole being. They cure not only
the every-doy complaints of everybody, but
formidable and dangerous diseases. Most
skilful physicians, must eminent clergymen.
and our best citizens, send certlneates or cures
performed, and of great benefits derived from
these pills. They are the safest and best physic
for children, because mild as well as eiiectuai.
Heinz stitrar-coated, they are easy to take; ami
beinc purely vegetable, they are entirely
harmless. Prepared by
I) It- J. C AYEIt V CO., Lnuell, MaH,
Practical and Analytical CbemNts.
Bold by all Drusta and Dealers In Medicine
V J I U J T 1
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GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY!
Kvery Article In the Ttelalt Oroeery Trade solU
JJOTICE OUR LOW TKICES t
W. H. MARSHALL & CO.,
Xo. 31 II Si , Ict. Flrat ami Sccoml.
(FULL WKIQIIT GUARANTKED.)
10 a. Callloriita Golden C Sunar 1!-"?-
10 aa. Nu. 1 Inland Sugar
a sM Kxtmu sugar
tot. Flue Crushed SogBr
Oraen Oota Rica. ler
(Ireen Juva, ler a.
Costa Itlca, 1 toast and Ground
O. G. Java, llnast ami Ground 3c
Dor Celebrated Family CHte,2-lb. liii 3He
Gon.1 IVV Hoi Japan Tea (t;2.J)0
ileal -ax iouemi jsiu ira ... ..-..
Bast IV. JarJaimnTea
Be Kugllah llreafcfastTea, pcrSh. .li
Tea In 1-K I'ackazcK. frum 33c. to ")
Coal Oll.S-nallon Can. 7. 1.30
Kvery article In the line of .Staple ami Fancy
Oroesnew lu like proportion, tspeclul oonce
stOBS to hotels ami tounllng-bouses. l'mmiit
altentlon and free delivery ot goods Orders
taken at residence every niorulits If desired.
W. II. 3IAKSIIAI.I. A ..
WH0LE8ALK AND RBTAIL G ItOCKItS,
$-17 No. SI RSt, bet. First and Second.
K. 1. UK 1IAKT.
W. 8. TUUMMN.
Thompson, De Hart & Co., . .
IMPOKTRKH AND DSAI. W
HARDWARE. IRON & STEEL,
. Carriage and Wagon Materials,
HAUDWOpil LUSIBEK, Hl'US, SPOKES, Ac.
17! I'lrxt A 11 1'ront St., cur. Vanillin,
NEW READERS FOR OLD
J. It. GILIi As CO.'S,
Xo. 107 Tirol SI root.
SCHOLARS OF P0RTUND PUBLIC SCHOOLS,
Ami alt othar Mbolars residing In Multnomah
County, can exebattce the ud PitelBa Coast
Read en (or the new Independent Render on
terms maae Willi te sua ikmuu ot aunea
tton. An old fspelleraml Meents lor a newfioeller.
An old Flmt lleuderand MeenlH lor a new
An old Fourth Header and 91 cents lor a new
J. Il.tJII.I. A fi.
Uookaellera ami SiaHoaem.
8-tt AgenU for Multnomah loonly,
Crockery and Glassware !
A SPECIALTY OF LAMPS AND OILS!
rpilK OKLKDRATED "IIKRO" 0Hr-BB3T
1. in tne marseL ror sate Bjr us only, ur-
ders from the country promptly Rtrau. .StMitl
and try 1IKHO 01 U ttatl.fuotton gaaranteed.
V ore hare to pleae.
OW A aUMMKHS,
H-St No. IS Firl street, Portland.
S. D. SMITH.
aw. A. YOU-Nt.
Corner of I'lrM nnd 3Iorrisn Streets,
lit) trd aud Room, per day.
Renovated ami Newly FtirnLsHotl
FREK (AClt TO AND FROM TIIK ItOUSK.
s d SMITH A YOUNO. Pro
MEW ENGLAND MARKET
Formerly Amador f,
Corner of Xortli fourth mill K Ntreeta.
TN THIS MAHKKT Y'OU WILL KIND AT
1 all times, and at the LOWEST 1-OSM11II.K
l-KIf-KS, Fresh. Smote ed and Salt MeaU, IVml-
iry. l.anl antl Em, Also Henry Ames v Uo.s
Standard at. IshiI Stigar-snml Hams, ami
Jhqk K. Rayd'a Extra Omaha Hams, the
I'isu aiwy urami. .
nsTGtve us a call.
S-JB NKW KNGt..ND MARKET.
FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR,
COSMOPOLITAN BOOT & SHOE STORE,
1 13 First street, under the Town Clock.
Have purchased the above establishment, and
are ueiermineti to sen
CIIKAPKRTHAN ANY JlOUsK IN ORKOON
N. K. -This Arm still continue busineas at
their old stand, lit Front street, ami for the
present will carry on mistneat at nolo atauus.
BAY CENTER OYSTERS,
bet. Alder mitt
STEAM DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS
TYE AND CI.KVN ALL KINDS OF SILK,
1 1 woolen nnd rained goods, alter tne uest.
and newet German and Frenert systems. KM
Gloves ami Feathers cleaned and ttlttl by a
new nrueesH. lllunVels and Fors eleaneil nice
ly. (lenta'elolhlnkT cleaned and dyed, a spe
cialty. O. CONRAD A CO., No. Ill salmon
street, Portia ud, Orviron. 8-61
Ft ol Y'amhllt street.
AM. KINDS OP WOOD.
Sawed and unsawed, constantly on hand , nnd
S delivered to any part nftbe city. JX
THE AURORA RESTAURANT,
Northeast cor. Front and Alder streets,
The only place In Portland where you ean gel
A GOOD SQUARE MEAL
8 For 25 Cents. 35
FLEISCHNER, SIAYEE & CO.,
Front and Ftr&l streets, bat. Asb and A,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
. TR. MATRR IIAH JlAim rasr
Hi. 8lV partllHtaSSKn a jnti.ntroo..
IMreet from ths Maaotootorerj and (MIWMen
In New York. Uar tsttiea; sin
latest styles aad akaales ot
ITetttliei-K iiiitl Plitmcs,
Riboons, rialn, Gros Craln and Fancy,
Silks, Ychcts, etc., etc.,
To whlah wlnltthe attetuloa of tbe MIIH
aery Trade of Oregnn and Waahlncuw Tori
Being lite only Wholesale Hoom to lte State
ImportlBg MIM.INKRY GOODS direct from
New York, we wilt be preparsat to offer estra
Indaeements to or Friends ami Patrons.
FISHEL &. ROBERTS,
Comer ul I'irst nnil Alitor ntreeli,
PORTIVND, ORKG N.
THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK !
THE MOST FASHIONABLE STOCK !
rim howssT pr raits
Of any HfcM la the .State.
EVERY CaRMEHT WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED
risnni. v Roberts,
t. t 4ontrr first antl Aider Streets.
rilllRRE IS A COMBINATION OP KCON
JL omy ami convenience In the ue of the
CAST IRON STEAMER!
Your Couliin ltenslN nre Iiieuiittilcte
EITHER OR BOTH FITTED TO ANY SIZE KETTLE.
Tiie Steamers will save the price of them
selves In two weeks in any lanilly. They can
be used with equal advantage lu boiling, as It
Is Impossible to born meal or vegetable to the
bottom of your kettle. When lltey are ued in
aleamtnr. whatever von are crMiltlner Is Inside
of the kettle, thereby rettlnc tne fail benefit of
miv neitk i uej are just wnii is wsowti in
canning fruit. Either tlie strainer or steamer
can be removed with a knife or kvtk when not
and are easily adjusted. No corners or Joints
aioui eiiner mat are nam to Keep clean.
Sold hy Agents for 75 csnts Each,
Agents will eall on you shortly. Address
8-IS East Portland. Or.
LIVERY, HACK AND FEED STABLES,
Cor. Second unit Ty lor streets.
Reasonable Charres fnr Hire and Doartllrti.
Hack orders promptly attended. Day or Night.
WOODWARD A JIAOOO.Y. Prop.
5W VPHINUTtlN ST., PORTLAND, OUE-gon.re-perifullv
rerpiiMtts all the readers of
the Naw N.ktiiwiwt who have work In his
line to eall u)n or address him. Estimates
given on application, unl all lmrnirleg
promptly answered. &-ti
JOHN A. BECK,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER
IIS Front street, Portland, Oregon.- '
Fine Assortment of
CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, AND SPECTACLES
At LOW PRICES.
T,?;aSVflll,Mt American Watches at EASTERN
PRICE-', with Wells Fareo cbarees added.
NO HUMBUG! Seth Thomas' Clock at Old
REPAIRING a Specialty.
Iu Prices I Defy Competition. 8-3
JOIUT U. MITCUELT. RALPH M. aattj.i.
MITCHELL & DEMENT,
riwmv r,.n,ar viraf nn! Morrison streets.
rooms formerly ooeapleU by Buehtel's I'lctare
j. n. do urn.
c A. DOLPH.
e. c HaosAOOir.
D0LPU, BBO.N'ACOn, U0LPU & SIM0
ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE, POKTLAND.
JHO. M. DALY,
TTLL PRACTICE IN TIIE DISTRICT AND
United states Courts.
w.c.Jonso;r. v.o. jrcuws. la-jtacbum.
JOHNSON M'CSWN & MACRUM,
Attorneys and Counsclors-at-Law
Will Practlen In all the Courts of the State.
Loana Made on Reasonable Terms. Coller-
ttoas. Including Renu of Portland Property
p-romptli' Huwe. ADetracw lurnianeu, ana
Keal Kstate Leased. Bought and Sold In Mult
nomah ami Clackamas counties. Particular
AUeotkm irlven to buslneos in the U. K. Land
OAtae, Oreaoa City.
Offiees MoauKstea' Brick, Firs street, Port
laml,Oreon,aml Main street, Oregon City.
BARBER &. NICKLIN,
No. 119 J'lrst Street,
RAWOON ARNOLD, M. D.,
UamaropatUK rbyslrlsn anil Snrseon.
TESIDBNCE AND OFFICE-S. AV. Corner
XL Mantel ami Third streets, Portland, Ore
koo. Ollice Hours 8 to W A. M., S to t and 7 to
p. M. 8-1
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Ollice, Stroubritlce liulltlliig, Cu
l'lrst mill Alder Street,
Or at residence, cor. Market and Front,
Office Hours From 10 to 12 a. M.,and 2 to 4
and "ml i. m.
I&rSpeelal Attention to Surgery and DIs-
of women andtjbtldren. 8-17
First ilreet, bet. AhIi nutl Plue,
KEEPS OONSrANTLY' ON- HAND A FINE
am! eomplet atoek of
SCOTCH, ENGLISH, FRENCH & DOMESTIC GOODS
AVhleh are aati.passad, and which he
will make up
AT COST PRICES,
PORTLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
IIOO.MN Comer First ami StnrU Sts.,
over I jdd A Tlllon's Bank.
IVintalM Orcr tlstit Thoujsnd I'balre Booki
Over 100 Paprirs and Magrmnca.
MEMBERSHIP FREE TO ALL.
Jfontlilj- Dues 91 OO I'nynblc Qnnrterly
IliRitcTtiR Wm. S. IjuM,
P. C. Schuyler, Jr.,
M. P. Deady,H. W.Corl
W. M. llrnekeii.
A. a Gibbs. C. H. Irwls, it. V
'. Fechfaeimer, It.
rauine, i mam.
P. C. SCHUYIJ5R.
Correspond I m; Sec
.Ubrarmn and Rec Sec
M. V. FKCHliKlMER..
HKNRY A. OXKIt
CATARRH POSITIVELY CURED !
DR. JAMES KECK, THE CRLEBRATED
Catarrh Doctor, of Chieago, formerly of
vurora, Illinois, Is now located tn Portland,
Oreiton, when he give (at his office) a FKEK
TRIAL of a
SURE CURE FOR CATARRH.
Tlie Doctor treats snccessfully all Chronic
Diseases and Female Weaknesses: cures Can
cer without tialn; has a never-falling cure fr
FKv Kit ami AOUE. Medicines sent lo all
parts of the country, and all proper questions
answered through the malls promptly by en
closingtwoslamps. Odiee Consultation FllEK.
Write, or eall antl see the Doctor If you are
needing medical aid.
Office M row brtd lew's Balldlng.eorner Inland
Alder streets, north or Town Clock, rooms
No-'a Uintl 11. second door.
Office boars From A.M. to 12 .,aml from I
lo 5, and ti to 8 p. Jt. Sundays, 1 tot p. m.
Putt Office Box 319. 8-1
OREGON TRANSFER COMPANY
General Forwarding and Commission.
Freight and barrage forwarded ami delivered
with dispatch. Ptanet) ubU Furniture moved.
Orders for Uaeka Promptly Attended to. Day
Oflice S. W. Cor. Secoml nnd Stork. St,
ire- Mark, Qare fcf o. T. Co.
tSuoeessor to Peter "Wagner),
Bread, Cakes, Pastry, Pilot Bread,
ouua, ncnic, Butter, Boston,
Sugar and Shoo Fly
' JENNY UNO CAKES, GINGER SNAPS, ETC.
31 Washington street, Portland Ogn.
,erOrders from the Trade solleHed.
nit. j. a. -ole!IS,
Soatbwest corner First and Yamhill