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FRIDAY DECEMBER 22, 1S7C.
HOMEHEWS. Many persons predict a fctill greater advance in wheat. Holiday book's of all kinds, styles, and prices atJ. K. Gill's. A large number of new- hooks huve recently beeu added to the Portland Li brary. The steamer "Shoo Fly," sunken by collision witli the "Ajax," . is being ruied. The Inst sociable of the "Busy Bee So ciety" at the Presby lerian Church net ted $75 87. ; SilKr has declined; yellow one and one-half cents, and cruihed three-fourths cents per pound. The cells in the county juil were all vacant on Saturday the first time since Multnomah was u county. Navigation has been closed on the Upper Columbia on account of the cold weather until fur'her notice. Wm. A. Daly, local editor of the Standard, has recently been quite ill at his home near East Portland, p Sales of holiday goods at the Dollar Store during the pawl week have been immense, and still the rnli continues. The "Caller On," the last vm-el ol the grain fleet from Astoria for the h?irvet year of 1875-70, arrived at Queeustown on the2Sth. Persons desiring to purchase first-clat-s instruments of music on easy terms should call upon Professor A. L. Frauds, on First street. Unapprnachd and unapproachable in prices and variety is (lie holiday stock displayed at the "White House" by Lewis & Strauss. Interest in Professor Halpruner's dancing class continues and increases, and his Saturday night soirees are of an enjoyable character. Fishel & Roberts' new clothing empo rium, corner of First and Alder streets, attracts the attention of gentlemen who like to be well dressed. A visit from Camilla Urso, the world renowned violinist, is mentioned as among the season's probabilities. She is now in San Francisco. Eliiridge Morse, Eq., editor of the Snohomish Star, lias been sojourning for a few days In this city. We ac knowledge the pleasure of a call. J. Al. Sawtelle has inaugurated a new dramatic season at New Market Thea ter, and theater goers may at last ex pect performances worthy of attention. Rv. J. H. Acton, editor of the Advo cate, delivered a lecture on Tuesday evening at the M. E. Church on "Life's Password." The lecture was interest ing and well attended. The entertainment at Hall-street M. E. Church, on Fiiday evening, was both a popular and financial success. Many of the exercises, musical and elocution ary, were of a high order. No danger of the holidays catching John Wils.iu, proprietor of tin; Third street Store, unprepared to supply the wants of his patrons. First-class goods in endless vuriety are here found at moderate prices. Persons who are so unfortunate as to need legal advice, are fortunate in se curing the services of capable ami con scientious lawyers. These they can find by calling upon Caples & Mulkey, in Odd Fellows' Temple. His Excellency Governor Grover ar rived in this city Monday en route fori San Francisco via Victoria. He goes on to Washington to tell why and wherefore lie attempts to defraud the people of Oregon out of a vote for Hayes. We have received the Christmas com pliments ot B. L. Stone, the popular Front street jeweler. His establish ment, before splendid, is now magnili cent in its holiday attire. This is the place to purchase enduring and elegant holiday presents. The entertainment given by Portland Lodge, I. O. G. T., on Monday evening was a success, popularly and financially. The exercises, musical and literary, were well chosen and exceedingly well rendered, the supper was excellent and abundant, and everyone seemed to enjoy the occasion. Tlie San Francisco anil Pacific Boot and Shoe Stores have consolidated. Champliu & Hallahaugh, the new pro prietors, are tilling up with a very laige and superior stock of goods of the best California and Eastern manufacture. Call and examine stock and prices at the old stand, 77 First street. A rare chance to buy diamonds, watches, and jewelry of all kinds is of fered by Mr. B. L Stone, the popular jeweler. He intends to remove to the large store on First and Morrison streets about tlie 1st of January, and Is closing out his present stock at panic prices, us it must be sold before the "change of base." If you wish to make your grand mother a present, nothing is so appro priate as a pair of those elegaht specta cles at John A. Beck's. If you desire to make your sou a present, call and exam ine the large stock of watches, reliable, handsome, and cheap. If the present is for wife or daughter, select from the fine slock of everything beautiful that Is here displayed. Remember the place, 109 Front street. . Among the prominent men called to Washington to testify in tlie Watts-Cro-nin case are Hon. S. F. Cliailwick, Sec retary of State, Hon. O. N. Denny. Col lector of Internal Revenue, Dr. J. W. Watts, "which wuz postmaster," anil Hon. Ben Simpson, Surveyor General. These gentlemen will enjoy their free rhle across the Continent, participate in the festivities if the Capital for a season, witness tlie inauguration of Hayes, and return to this State with hearts swelling with gratitude lo Governor Grover for privileges enjoyed. Business must be lively at Prentice's Music Emporium, if we may judge by the great number of people who daily visit that popular establishment. Mr. Prentice has just received per steamer "Ajax" another lot of those beautiful music folios and card receivers. If you wish tn Innlr nr. rliom vnn m,,cf very soon, as he informs us that he has nuiuiy uceu auie 10 supply me (lemauu for the goods. Also another large in voice of brackets, making the fourth for this season. Either Mr. P. is becoming very popular or his goods very cheap. He is always to be found at Sherman & Hyde's old staud, 123 First street. The copartnership existing between Joe. Oppenheimer and Henry Acker mail, better known as Ackerman's Dol lar Store, will be dissolved January 1, 1877. It is imperatively necessary that our stock be disposed of before that, time. It being a very large and com plete one, comprising in tlie main ele gant holiday presents, crockery, glass and flue plated ware, it will be readily seen that great sacrifices must be made to dispose of kail within tlie time set. The attention of the public, and espe cially of dealers throughout the State, Is called to the above. U Ackerman's Dollar Store. Wlstnr's Bnlsnm or Wild Cherry. Tlie great remedy for consumption. This welt known remedy is offered to tho public, santloned by the experience ofoverforty years, and when resorted to in season, seldom falls to afTect a speedy cure of Coughs, Colds, Croup, Bronchitis, Influenza, Whooping Cough, Hoarseness, Talus or Soreness in the Chest or Side, Bleeding at the Lungs, Liver Complaint, etc Beware of the counterfeits I Remember that the genuine Wistar's Balsam of Wild Ciiebkt has on the outside wrapper the signa ture of "L Bcrrs," nnd the printed name of the proprietors, "Setii W. Fowle & Sons, Bos ton." All other? are base Imitations. Exam ine the wrapper carefully before purchasing. A Case ol Thlrly TenrV hiiiudlii;;. East AuhoKa, N. Y., May 22, ItiTG. JIessks. Setii W. Fowr.E Jc Soxs : Gentlemen I was troubled with Dyspepsia for thirty years, and tried several medicines advertised for tlu cure of this distressing com plaint without deriving auy beuefllfrom them. About a year ago 1 commenced taking the Pe ruvian " svitur, and alter using altogether twelve bottles, 1 find myself entirely cured. 1 consider my case oue of the worst t ever beard of, and 1 take great pleasure In recommending the Pekuvian Sviicp to all Dyspeptics, believ lug that it will be sure to cure them. Yours respectfully, J.T. BuWES. Sold by all druggists. 12 A Volume in Six Lines. TnU very hour. If you have a Cough, a Cold, or uuydiiticulty in the throat or lungs, send for Hale's Honey op Uouehouxd and Tar. lake it talthlully, and you are safe. Tue cure is certain aud swift, the preparation pleasant. Don't disregard these six Hues. tuj u n ii n r 1 i igm XEW THIS WEEK. Ladies' and Childrens' Merinos, 50 cts., 75 cts.. SI 00, $1 25, $1 0, 2 00 and S3 5u eacn, tor saio uy JOHN wUjSUN, 6-15 107 Third street. CAPLES & MULKEY, Attorney s-at-Law, Room So. 5. Odd FellonV Building-, WILL GIVE PROMPT AND PERSONAL attention to business Intrusted to their care. 6-15 WARRANTED. THE CUTLERY MADE by JOII.V I.. GEORGE, I'irat St., bi-tneen Salmon mid -tin In. All kinds of Cutlery and Surgical Instru ments repaired or mude to order. c-14 SUMMONS. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE of Oregon, fur the county of Multnomah. Aleck Shetland, Plalntltr, vs. Annie Shetland, Defendant. To Annie sjhelland, the above named Defendant : You are hereby required to appear and answer the comnlalnf. fltpil against you In the above entitled suit within ten days from the date of the service of this summons upon you, ir served within this county, or if served In any other county or this state, then within twenty days from the date of the service of this summons upon you, or If the same be served by tills publication, then jou are so required to appear and answer said complaint on or berore tue 12th day of Febru ary, li.; and If you fall so to answer for want thereor, the Plaintiff will lake a Judgment and decree against you for the dissolution of the mnrriage contract and obligations now exist ing between yourselt and said l'lalntifr, and also lor the care and custody of the minor child uieiiuoiieu anu u-scrioeii in rialntitrs com plaint, and for such othjr reliof as kiiall lio equitable and Just. This summons Is published by order of Hon. E. D. SliatlUCk. Judlfft Of KnM I'niirr u-l.ii.li derwas made and entered on the 14th of De cember, 1S70. CAPLES it MULKEY, "-':.' Attorneys for Plaintiff. A. L. FRANCIS, DEALER IN T?XAjVOS ajnt organs And Agent for the world-renowned WEBER PIAX0S - STANDARD ORGANS. Also Agent for the CDTTACE GEM PIANO ADD GERMAN UPRIGHT. Instruments sold on very easy Installments. Large discounts to music tp.inliprti simnU and churches. ' ' TITE KEEP NO STORE AND PAY NO I T 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, we guarantee what ever we sell. Address A. L. FRANCIS, C-15 Lock Box 235, Portland, Or. VICTOR VOLLEY, Leading Picture Frame Store! THE VERY BEST ORNAMENTAL, WAL nut, Gilt, and Fancy Frames done to order. OLD FRAMES REGILT AS GOOD AS NEW. Oil Paintings Restored. Our Gilt Frames we make more durable for Oregon. They can always be washed with wa ter, remaining beautiful for years. VICTOR VOI.XEV, Corner of Morrison and Third Sli, 5-13 FISHEL & ROBERTS HAVE REMOVED TO THEIR NEW AND ELEGANT STORE, Corner First ami Alder streets, Where they will be pleased-to see their old and new customers. THE STOCK OF CLOTHING ..-IS . New, Elegant and Stylish. OUR MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT Is supplied with the best and latest Styles of ENGLISH & FRENCH GOODS, AUD OUR NEW FEATURE, HATS ! Are the Latest Importation. We guarantee to sell our Stock LOWER THAN EVER, And shall aim to please onr customers in every particular. 0-15 NEW THIS WEEK. SPECIAL NOVELTIES .... rort tue.. HOLIDAYS "THE WHITE HOUSE," Elegant Blaclt Silks Iu all grades, and al the Old Prices. BLACK AND COLORED CASHMERES, With Silks and Velvets to Match, andthc Largest Assortment of Dress G-oods In the city. SHAWLS AND CLOAKS, In Great Variety. LADIES' AND GENTS' Initial Hsmclltcrcliiel.-i, In every Letter or the Alphabet. W G.R S T E D EMBROIDERIES! Consisting of Foot Rests, Slipper and Case Patterns, Sofa Cushions, Etc. An Endless Assortment of SILK AND LACE TIES, COLLARS AND CUFFS, Lace Fichues, Fans & Neck Ruching. IN OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We offer Unusual Inducements In 3EE -A. T S , Flowers, Feathers, Velvets, Etc. LEWIS &. STRAUSS, Xo. 87 I'lrst Street. 6-15 "A Complete I'lctorinl History of the Times.' --Tlie be4t,clieaiest,nitI most successful Family Paper In llic Union:'' Harper's "Weekly. ILLUSTRATED. kotices op the rnEijs. "Harper's Weekly" should be In every Tam il' throughout the land, as a purer, more Inter esting, higher toned, better Illustrated paper Is not published In this or any other country. Commercial Bulletin, Boston. The Weekly" Is the only Illustrated paper of the day that In Its essential characteristics is recognized as a national paper. Brooklyn Eagle. The leading articles In "Harper's Weekly" on political topics are models of high-toned vls cuslon, and its pictorial illustrations are often corroborative argument of no small force. Examiner and Chronicle, New York. The "Weekly" has to a still larger degree distanced all competitors as an illustrated newspaper.' Its editorials are amonz the most able of their kind, and its other reading matter is at once learned, Driuiant, ana amusing, its illustrations are abundant and of rare excel lence. Christian Advocate, New York. Terms : Postage Free to all Subscribers In the U. S. Hakpek's Weekly, one year $l 00. SI 00 Includes prepayment of U.S. postage by the publishers. Subscriptions to "Ilarper's Magazine," "Weekly" and "Bazar," to one address loi one year, $10 00; or, two of Harper's Periodicals lo one address for one year, $7 00: postage free. 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Address HARPER & BROTHERS, n!5 New York. XEIMEIEU & UTTER, Fashionable Merchant Tailors Axn HATTERS. JUST RECEIVED AND OPENING A COM plete stock of the latest styles ot Fashionable Men's and Boys' Hats. No old Stock, but the. best New Goods that could be bought in the Eastern market. 31 FIRST ST., BETWEEN PINE AND ASH. 6-11 "WARNER'S HAIR PRODUCER. The Only Reliable Remedy. Contains no Poisons. Jio more use for Wigs, 51 HO FORFEITURE FOR EVERY FAIL 'S' LJU ure ir I do not produce a New Natural Growth of Hair on any Polished Bald Head, at any age.from any cause except Scalding. Cures "Diseased Scalps, Itching and DandrufT." Pre vents hair railing out in three to ten days. Living evidence can be seen In Portland. Ad dress or call at 50 Morrison street. S-3 MRS. E. S. WASS. ritAXK FAimirs chateau de VER SAILLES. NEW RESTAURANT, OYSTER, AND COFFEE SALOON. Furnished in the fin est style. Friends, former patrons, and the public generally are respectfully Invited to call at this new Restaurant, In Mrowbrldge's building. Second stroet, between Morrison and Yamhill. Coffee at all times. Oysters in any style to suit the taste of patrons. Meals at all hours. Handsomely furnished private rooms for ladles. g-U IK. J. G. HlllXX, Dentist, Southwest corner First and Yamhill PORTLAND, OREGON. Family Blankets, sallies (guilts, for sale by JOHN WILSON, -ll 107 Third street. Ctnro fn I Qt I-l& Third street,recently OlUIG IU LCl, occupied by the Singer Sew ing Machine Uo.a good business stand, by i JOHN WILSON, 8-13 107 Third street. MISCELLANEOUS. FLEISCHNER, MAYER & CO., NOS. 13 AND 15 FRONT STREET, Importers and Wholesale Dealers. FALL SEASON. M R. MAYER IIA MADE VERY EXTEN- slve purchases ora iuu une i HILLIKERY GOODS, Direct from the Manufacturers and Importers In New YorV. liur stock will consist ol the latest styles und shades of Xeatlioi'J a.utl Plumes, French Flowers, Hats, Shapes, Ribbon, rialn, Gros Grain and Fancy, Silks, YclTCts, etc., etc., To which we Invite the attention "of the Milli ner Trade of Oregon and Washington Terri tory. Being the only Wholesale House in the Stale Importing MILLINERY GOODS direct from New York, we will be prepared to offer extra Inducements to our Friends nnd Patrons. 5-52 T HE RED HOUSE! No. 3 Washington Street. Sign of the Amazonian X EC X S 17 Is where MIMES!, THE PRINTER, holds his IDtily Ijevces ! from 7 A. 3t. to C i. n. A LABOR-SAVING ENTRANCE! Level with the street, has been provided for the accommodation of customers. UNIQUE AND TASTEFUL PRINTINC, In endless variety, at the Most Reasonable Rates. 6-12 DISSOLUTION OF COI'AKTXEIISIIIP. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE partnership heretofore existing between E. Cahalln nnd P.J. Goodman, under the name of Cahalln & Goodman, Is this day dissolved by mutual consent. The business will be carried on In future In the name orE. Cahalln, who as sumes all debts and liabilities of the late firm, and to whom all accounts due said firm are to be paid. E. CAHALIN, P. J. GOODMAN. Portland, Ogn., September 8, 1STC. GREAT BARGAINS! $20,000 WORTH! Eoots and. Slaoos To be sold for Cash at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES! FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAXS AT THE .. OPPOSITION BOOT AND SHOE STORE, Corner First and Stark streets, Portland. 6-2 F-ICAIIAI.IX. HOLIDAY GOODS. J. K. GILL & CO., 75 1'irst street, Are receiving an Immense Stock of BOOK.S, Stationery, and Fancy Goods Fortheprcsent'season. Thelrassortmcnt of Standard, Miscellaneous and Fancy Goods, STAPLE AND FANCY STATIONERY Will surpass, both In extent and variety, that of any previous year. ORDERS BY MAIL CAREFULLY FILLED. ffSTPrlces of Books furnished on application. 0-13 REMOVED. TRODGERS HAS REMOVED TO HIS . new store on First street, between Main and Madison, where he has opened a lresh Stock of Ladles', Misses' and Children's BOOTS AND SHOES, And and intends to sell them at prices to suit the times. Owlnc to the little expense I am under, I am enabled to sell goods at prices that will DEFY COMPETITION. I am .also manufacturing Ladles' and Child ren's WORK to order, which I make a special ity, and will warrant a first-class Shoe and a SPLENDID FIT or no sale. Give me a call. 6-H MISCELLANEOUS. SHERMAN & HYDE, Corner of Kearny nml Sntter Streets, SAIT FRANCISCO, First Slk'i-el. t'(,.-;ii:i- Jl.-.nisn. PORTLAND, t)RLt;u.S, Importers, Publishers, and Dealers In sheet rausic, MUSIC EOCKS. .. .AND Musical Merchandise. These Superb Instruments have ai'hlevcd u smcet-s unparalleled In the history nf Piano- lore Manufacture 1 'iey nre remarkable for rsrvnr Volume. Purity and Sweetness of Tone, and Durability. THE CELEII RATED STANDI 03FL Gr Al. KT S , The Most Desirable Instruments In the market for church and parlor. Over 23,000 now in use. SHERMAN A HYDE, GENERAL AGENTS, San Francisco. lUXCTUCTUCEB Or TBX Instruments Sold on Installments. Easy We have constantly on hand a good assort ment of RELIABLE CHEAP PIANOS, Made from the best seasoned material, and ri'ttT Yl'ARKANTED. Prices as low ns worthless Pianos are sold for elsewhere. Call and see us before purchasing. Portland, Oregon. TXEADOTJARTERSOF ALL THE T.EATITNY7 II MuslcTeacbers and Bray's Quadrille Band, Professor Parrlsh, 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 und Morrison streets. Also, headquartersof the Northwestern Band, NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE First street, between Morrison and Alder and Alder -street, between Front and First, lortIaucI, Oregon. II. M. DeFRANCE President. W. L. WHITE -Secretary. AN INSTITUTION OF BJJSINESS TRAIN ing.deslgned.ln a combination of Theoret ical and Practical Methods of Instruction, to Impart In a short snace of time that knnwlpcicA of Business Theory and actual Business Rou tine wnicn requires years or experience to oth erwise obtain. TELEGRAPHY tauht under the, snnorln tendence of an Experienced Teacher and Prac tical Operator. PHONOGRAPHY under the superintendence of a Practical Short-hand Re porter. Ladies' Department now organized, and lady students now in attendance. For full particulars, send for N. B. College Journal. Address DeFRANCE & WHITE, 6-7 Lock Box 101, Portland, Oregon. 32. CORBETT'S LIVERY, HACK AND FEED STABLES (FIRE-PROOF), Corner Second and Taylor Strccti. Reasonable Charges for Hire. Particular A tentlon paid to Boarding Horses. Orders lor Hacks Promptly Attended to, Day or Night, tar Orders may be left at (he Stables, or at the store of Fishel & Roberts. 5-36 JAMES O'COXKOR fe BR0., Cor. Fourth and E streets, Portland, Ogn., T ESPEC1 FULLY INFORM THE PUBLIC It that they keep constantly on hand a full supply of MEATS OF ALL KINDS. BSff-Orders delivered to all parts of the city free of charge. 6-8 A. C. WALLINC, Book and Job Printer, PITTOCK'S BUILDING, TJF-STAIRS Corner Front and Stork streets, Portland, Oregon, ork done al REASONABLE RATES. 2-38 WBBEfi MISCELLANEOUS JUST PUBLISHED. A Mew Illustrated Poem- 'In with you, man !" Pel'tiah 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, By Mrs. A.Tjiffail Scott Duniway, 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 tho day. The subject is taken trom Mr. Whittlcr'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 i'nto slavery. After many years he obtained release and was on his way to the home of his boyhood, when he fell In 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 in warmest sympathy, and her lines flow on In the smooth cadence in dicative of the fullest accord. She pictures the gentle, lender, trustrul Anna and the wily, cov etous Pelatiah in vivid colors; and how years of poverty and longing, and the cries of the hun gry boys, compelled poor Anna to yield to Pelatiah's importunity, "Rise.rejolce, My poor, unmated dove," said he, " And look henceforth for love to me." A little further on he says : " Become my wife and you shall be Made happy through prosperity," While, lfshe persists iu declining his advances, wolf-like, he threatens to abandon her to star vatlon and cold. And this Pelatiah was a "deacon," " In exhortations deep and loud." The wanderings of David, his captivity, release, hapless Interview with Pelatiah, discovery of Anna's second wifehood, and his sad going back to Algeria, are all told so pathetically that our leellngs aie 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 deslghed 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 in 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, pilce, 82 00; full gilt extra, 2 50. For sale by book-sellers, or by mall, post-paid, by S. E. WELLS & Co., Publishers, 737 Broadway, New York. OFFICE -OF THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY, Xo. 103 Third Street, Portland, ainy 27, 1S73. THE SEflSGER STILL TRIURflPHAfeST ! o,m, nrromninvnnd Machine No- Machljics No. Machines Increase or De Name or company anu Machine. sold In 1873. sold In 1871. crease. The Singer Manufacturing Company M.lll 211,6711 Increase 9,231 Wheeler A Wilson Manufacturing Company 119,190 Lsr7 Decrease 6,383 Howe Sewing Machine Company (estimated) 1.I.0U0 35,U00 " 119,000 Domestic Sewing Machine Company - 10,111 22,700 17,414 Grover fc Baker Sewing Machine Company 36,179 20,000 " 16,179 Weed " " ' 21,769 20,19 " 1,271 Wilson " " " 21,217 17,525 " 3,72 Wilcox AGlbhs " " " 15,188 13,710 " 1,47 American B.H. " " " 11,182 13,529 " 653 Florenco " " " 8,"G0 5517 " 3,H3 Victor " " " 7,446 6,292 " 1,15 JEtna, J. E. Braunsdorf & Co 3,081 1,866 " 1,215 MISCELLANEOUS. FOR PHOTOGRAPHS! . ....OF TUB...... FINEST QUALITY, .GO IO. Shuster & Davidson, Corner First and Yamhill streets, Portland, 5-39 Oregon. 3mo DP. DF'a.-ST, DEALER IX P'INE GROCEKIES, FLOUR OF ALL GRADES, Selected Teas, Pare Coffees and Spices, BUTTER AND CHEESE From the Best Dairies, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC TltflTS, Canned Fruits and Tesetables, And a full variety of other goods usually kept in a first-class store. Corner and Third streets. Goods promptly delivered, free of expense. 6 49 FOR THE BEST PHOTOGRAPHS, ...GO TO... Buchtol & Stolts'i PALACE OF ART, Corner ot First and Morrison streets, Portland, 5 Oregon. 3 THE CLARENDON HOTEL PORTLAND, OREGON. ZHEHEU & KXOWI.ES, Proprietors. Situated Opposite all tho Railroad and Steamship Offices. Street Cars pass the House every five minutes. FREE COACH TO AND FROM THE BOUSE. 1-3JU 'ADVERTISEMENTS. MISCELLANEOUS. BARBER & NICKLIN, DENTISTS, (Successors to J. II. Hatch,) No. 109 First street, Portland, Oregon. NOTICE. THE UNDERSIGNED, IN TAKING LEAVfc of Portland, returns his sincere thanks for the liberal patronage that has been bestowed, and would bespeak lor his successors a -continuance of the same. Both Drs. Barber & Nick lin are gentlemen In every way worthy of any confidence that may be placed In them, and as such I can conscientiously recommend them to my former friends and patrons. 5-31 J. II. HATCH. ALISKY &. HECELE'S PREMIUM GAXDT MANUFACTORY, Alder St., bet. First nne Second. ICE CREAM AND WATER ICES IN SEASON. The only place lo get the Justly celebrated PAN ROASTS AND OYSTER PATTIES. 5-36 C. M. WIBERG, No. 105 Front Street. Portland, HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE LOT OF the Latest Styles of BOOTS AND SHOES, Such as Jlen's Centennial and Broadway Ties, Ladles' and Children's (Gray Bros, and Sollers i Co.'s) Button, Lace, and Congress Boots. All will be sold at GEEATLY REDUCED PRICES. N. B. All goods on hand previous to January 1st, 1S76, will be sold at 20 per cent, below cost. 5-32 PIONEER WOOD-YARD, Foot ot Y inhill street. ' SORENSEN & TAYLOR. AM. KINDS OF WOOD, Sawed and unsawed, constantly on hand, and 5 delivered to any part of the city. 27 CHRIS. SCXOTII INVITES HIS OLD PATRONS AND THE Public generally to call at his NEW BUTCHER SHOP, Washington St., one door east of Third. vnSO j. I?, dolpu. jos. sraox. E. C. BRONATJOn. O. A. DOLFH. DOLPII, BROXADGU, D0LPH & SIM OS Attorne vs-at-Law, ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE, PORTLAND, 2-wtr