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THi i.-l'AV OCTOBER W, 18TS.
EOKE eevt?. S- ' Y i.r oimtoei T1 o vinllitr !f ka for 1 1 ,e fur. S-feapifr "Oi.'mi" lay meiuuiir. Yhe opatr Will ah mt a foot finer ihi s to-day. ( 'idle threatening am vol Wetlnes- nne'le lias fallen late ri.ino. "1m Mew Hipli S buililiiiK is raiMly ppfOHCliiiiK rnniplelnni. Superintendent Bri i n liaselleclually el. ared tlie tdreet of i notions cause' I t tbc late Are. fb survey f II- 'i!utuliia River I - I , .. . I I . . . 1 . . ... r, woko "r , u, mi a m wewiuei, m in- ct.np.eiel tli week. sire, Scott HuMons has enlertaiue-l t h citizene of I'ttrllnii'l uitli a series of lr i ma tie entertatui'M-nts duriin; tlie Ii ieeot week. XsM week the O. ' N. Cunipanv put an extra boat on the ( 'iea.ie ami Port land route. Jt will run uuul the elose of the wheat season. lit ba been ruuion ,1 tlist the "Great Jt public" dhi been hauleil oir this route. The report, li nvever, falls to reieieeeooflraiatioo et. JjuA Satlir.lnv foren .11, nliout 10 o'clock. Mr. V. V. Lipjeu9, father of J. H. .Lapfteus. ex-einef of police, died uil4etily at tits home in tliis city. lu eottet'ijuence of I lie immense an.ountof b.nUlint; u this year, shingles have cot to lie a sonree article, and eamanauJ a Rood pr.ee in this city. in,. t 1...11 ..r h Puiliop MatbewT. A. 1$. Soeit-iy will be Riven tins (Tbanday) evenms, October 10. 1HT8. Daiietng will coiuu.i n.-e at 10:30 1'. M. Him Jean Ciara W.ilteix, and other f tnmbefe of the dramatle profes-timi who are uo'ler eiiKSKement to Mr. John M ago ire, will xail to-day on the "Great Republic" for this city. If you wish anything in the jewelry line, call on John A. Beck, 149 Front street. There you will find an elegant h wort me ut of tlie wuue, all of which are soi J at exceedingly low prices. At Ferrara's groeery store, First slnset, l.etween Pine and Asli, will be found tlie largest aad finest variety of teas in tlie city, fcmtlsry yourself as to their quality by calling aud sampling lila stock. Ir. Walter Hyde, spiritual devel oping medium, gives silting daily from 10 A. M. to 4 V. M., at 141 First Htreet, roow 12. I'm. lie eance every evening a( 7 o'clock. Coireajtomleiice from adMance iuviU-'l. At the Amador Market, comer of Fourth aoai K streets, you will always find the bet of everything in the meat line. Satisfy yourself by calling and Hitmpliog Ins juicy steaks and choice 1 Jiuiugaas. eeauverueu)eti. Davidsoa Brothers step to the front with a big reduction in the prices of photo work" Card photographs $1 50, and cabinets $3 per dozen. Their Sieeial artiat for outside work, Mr. A. II. Wulsen, has 110 equal lu the State. Mr. Noali I.smtiert yesterday awarded to Mee-tre. Trewavas & Ballantyne, the MUlraet to build the foundation of the four vtorea to te erecied ou the corner of line ami Front ttrt-ets, the site of the recent Are, for the sum of nearly f.",000. Intelligence has tutu received of the death, of Carl Boen, uho was well kuowa in this city as a showman in the magic art. Deceased was a victim to the yellow lever teoorge, and died a sliort Matt) dluee of that dreadful dit--eaHe in Isew Orleans. iV disastrous Are occurred in this eity at aa early hour ou Tuesday oiorniUK, wl.ich remitted in the lorn of the old Oia Finn Xbeeter aud adjoining build -1114s. Tlie lHt to tiuilriitura and iner eh andiae la est i muled at $30,000, covered by au insurance of S10.0IW. 'Panel pliotos," just Introilueeil by A tell, the popular artiat, are mkom to be I le moat popular for lailiea and geula. Cull and see them at hi moms, 1B7 and 1C I Kirat atreet, Portland, Oregon. Ail t y lee at-work made i.y Mr. A bell are giaranteed the finet In finish and at lo w prices. Rememhtr tht Albert Barteeh, Tuir-I street, near Taylor, is sole agent lor tlie celebrated 8teiuway piano. In his esteneive ware-nHime can be found a harge and well-releeled stock of imus icml iiMtruments, which are sold HI the lowest tmwible prices. Don't fall to call and azamiue before pMiehueiHg elsewhere. There will be a literare and musfeal entertaiament given at Turn Halle tills (Thursday) eveninK, under the anspiees of the Father Mathew T. A. B. Society. S. 2. MeCnrmick has eouseuUsl to lee ture on "The IJfe and Labors of Father Mathew," and a number of ladies ami gentlemen have volunteered to foml-li the vocal and instrumental music Tickets, fifty cents. MEWSJTBMS. BTATB AUD TaraSTOBIAt. AU the schools in Albany arc erowU-d. Oarvallit) is got at; to have a new lire engine. 8llver-side aalitKHi are ranning in the laiaeabia. All the warehouses at Oakland are tilled w4tfc wheat. Wheat is WOt-tl In Jack -on eoaHty nl w ceatH per isosnei. 8even nerois are ennfiiied in the Douglas county jail. Samuel Case lias baoglit the Oueatta mills at Yaqulna Iwy. Douglas county will send a large dele- gsAsou lo the Stale Fair. A couple of soap-peddlers named 11 anson bave been arrested in Douglas -y. eiiargetl with ctealluir a rill from J. c. lr;i. -rsJ-Tn "f Timothy Baldwin, at .. w.M roniwi of fiMir good ell iU . n" K-'W wulch awl dvv in biuiitj, .aat Week . 'a" "'ii-naflvrii news- paper man, is confined lo hi , , . Over 4,300,000 feet of saw lo. 1. ..... ...... r'.lu,w,w.iu f..t. . ' soon as the fall rallH) come will i, ItoHteU out and sold to tlie mills ou the Wlllsiuette. Tlie Lake Iou eounlry in Southern Orecoti, lately brought into notice, is aaiil to be very rhili In agricultural land and ti nber. A wsgnu road will soon he tuaiie to the npjier rl of it. A young man whose name Is not given, etuploye)l as log-hatiler in one of tlie Gardner mills on the Unipqua Itiver, fell from a tog a few days since, ami u as drowned. lie was 11 fnrelgner, and a gentleman In bearing and edueu ttOM. MRS. IIU ltlTItlt, phjUiian and eleetric.an. First , vtsreen Morrison and Alder. 3-1 A. Grnnd Surcess. Thousands df medicines are annoslly plae-st before the public to "fly or ML" .Some mi-worth)- preparattons succeed bv being Ehw Ingly adverUwd; one cannot ph hp news paper without being (tared oat of countenance by the heavy blast Mai of some vile no trum.aud by this maaat people are torced, as It were, to bay a bottle Jest lo give K a trial, nine eaM oat of ten the Brst bottle, being tlie last purchased. Other medicine moderately and Judiciously advertised, not claiming lo "eureaM," but doing Jest what is claimed tor Ibeta, toon make a reputation fur themselves, ad become an aeUml nrceu ity In every home. This I tlie ease with tbeOKHGOK Humid I'uki KtaK. Livrk ani Kidney Kkgcl toil We my waMt lo let yoa know where you can and it,and leaveoercsMtomeroU) Judge of Itaefl eey. It doea Hot -"cure all," but It I oue of ihc nen okjosi pwiHen buu reguiau.ra rt i j piaceu oerore tae panne, to issues in preg nancy It ban la aM cases proved a happtae aiievtaMn, .11 ugm.wl vomiting, regulai lac toe ftUUttaea,gtvinc Itlone.aad permitting ! it to retain lend. Maay ladlea of ItorUand can I tMtlly 10 IU enteaey In this reicard. It operates I nilldly,iradiielae:notralB, no severe paralnK, , tjelnx a parHy vecetable eompoand. for sale j by all draagtaM. Win. Plunder A Co., Mann- ietarin and PharntMeuUrmt Chemlu, In- tier Dc Store, w Msrket Theater block, Portland, Oreaon. A 1'at 3lnn MHle llapi.v r.oes GI lb Botanic Mkdicinc o . MuHklo, I. Y. -Oek-tlehbk: About three months aeo I com menced using yoarAntr-PiuVal which lime my weight was XI pounds. Hy following your dlrsostams carefully, I bave succeeded In re ducing my weight to 158 pounds. This is all very pleasant, out Just pravkms lo my una men ci lg the use of your medicine, I bad pur chased two salts of One clothe at a high price, and find, to my dismay, that they are entirety useless 10 me now. When I pat one of my coats on, my friends tell me It looks like a coffee sack on a bean-pole, and when I pot the pants on well, description nulv. My object In writing to ascertain whether yon have not. In conneettoa with your medicine belnca,au establishment where your patrons similarly situated eoald exchange these useless gar menu for others that would M. I think you ought to have something of the kind, as It would be an Inducement for many lo use the Anti-Fat who now object lo using It, In eowe QUeBee of Mm less they would sustain In throw ing aside valuable garmeute. Just turn this matter over la your mind. A ehXhlBg ex change I what you want In coHneettoH with your Anti-Pat business. Yours truly, GRORGK tiJYII. Prattville, Alabama, July 3s, 1838. Specks are obnoxious, particularly oh the face of beauty. No complexion, however fair it may be naturally, looks well when dtsngured by tan, freckles, pimples, blotches, or other blemishes of a like nature. That salutary benntltter and emollient, Olknx's .Sclphok SOAP.removeeall such eoaPiexioal ilefi'ctn and eradicates ..It local diseases ot the stein with gratifying promptitade. It not only whitens the cuticle, but Imparts lo Itadelbtht ful smoothness. 7-38 Certain Cure for Cancer. Mr. Dr. Mary O. Brown take this method of sayiag to the atHleted that she is In possession of a safe, certain, and painless core for that most loathsome and terrible disease kuowa as Cakcrk, in all lis form and phases. Her remedy is never known to fall. Address Mr. Dr. Msry O. Hrown, Olympia, V. T. 7-M si'i:ciai. xoTivn. All business letters pertaining to the Naw Xomth wkst, and all money due Ibis Pities ou subscription or .Aberwise, most be directed 10 M BS. A. J. IMXNIWAY. f lUlPallau-and Whist er Iye, blsek or brown. fly MISCELUVXKOUS. THE OLD STAND OLDS & KniG, (iteoeessun lo John Witamt, bealeni la j 1 DRY GOODS, : FURNISHING GOODS, j AND NOTIONS. ' 1 A Xi&rgo Assoi'tiiient THE LOWEST PRICES. - OLDS & KING, No. M7 Third street, rorUand. Or. STEINWAY PIANOS ! BETTER THAN THEY EVER HAVE BEEN. 3!! Three new and wir itHMwtaat ImavO' HUWU lu.M IhM .ldw.1 . tnrauKti wsisbvi most PBKFKCT TONR is ohtalned. No other manataeioryor ltano has it. Improvements areaii isneassa. AI.BBRT BARTSCir, Sate Agent, Third street, near Taylor. Itortlaod, Onsmfi. Also, lor the celebrated KRANICH & BACH PIANOS, The best lustra meat for the rtee In market. I also have In my ware rcoinsa aae atoekof The Best Organs Always on hand to select from. Q2lEPAIRINaandTOMNGl"ai.aml JOI1K A. UKCIv, tot iTniint.. unrfiAKER AND JEWELER, .w r street, Rsthrt, Orfl. Hoe Assoruaenl or CLOCKS, WATCHES, HWim.ANO SPEETACISS At LOW PRICKa I aas selling Anserleau Watebeat K sTRRv rHICR-. with Wells Fare., charges aude.1 NU HL'MBtJO! Seta Thomas1 Clocks ui Obi Hates. ItEPAIIUNti a Specially. In Tries I Defy Cum petition. sva MISCELLANEOUS. OREGON rCKXlTHllE JIAMTACTl'KIXG COMWXr, Manufacturer of And dealers In caki'ets. oil cumiR, MATS, RTJQa.CUWrAIN8, TAI.r.PAPBR,9PrlfC DUBS, HAIR MATTRBS5HS, Bto. Sales utowi.i, Oorner First and Yamhill Sti.. Sleam Msctory.Ooiner Front aud MedlsonSts., 7 PORTIAJs"D, Of.KOO.V. S GEEAT BARGAINS! 'THE WHITE HOUSE!" We win ofSeVdartne theeemoB, Bmgant Btk ltaMaded 3Uk -tselpefyd Btsgaut Blc llwneti Banket guadi. lfiOperjd Blagant HTk Pranoli OHmefs llah- Gooas , t CO per yd 9 per yd M peryd Good Btk Trim mine Sflk All Woal- Wk Chshmere The above Oaod are new, aadof TI10 Very Latest Stylos! Also, an Immense Slock of LADIES' CLOAKS AND DOLMANS. LEWIS 5t STRAUSS, & Sit. H7 rirsl .Mreet. WOMAN'S INVENTION FOR WOMEN. rwi: "M rru: t:iat Kettle Scraper anil Flsli t'lfaiifr. fepember . IS7g. br Mrs. K. J. Whitman, Osklaud, Oal , CLKANING KKTI i.r.. roA.r. r etc. No kitchen Is complete without one. . -. . I r H- .n aril m n 1 1 1 1 Vltll Try it, ami oe siuvimw ... wlll wonder how you ever got ubH.g without one. Price, 3 cents. JOHX H. tSAItltlMI.V. General Agent for the Slate of Oregon, nnw-in tfmni street, near Alder, Portland, with New Wilson Sewing Machine Company, Wholesale and Hewn. ... Send for samjues or can w .10. Agents wanted. MOOHEY & VALENTINE Are now prepared to offer for the Fall Seaoon Complete Selections In all their departments. SILlW.WlUfW O0DS. lIUUr)K-loSsnl'lii lrf.-r...-o, FLANNKLS. HLANKKTS, DOMKsrrics. shawls CL0AKS.CI.0AKINGS. USDKltWKAlt. IIOSIKRY. IJIXIVKS. COItSKT. DIII&S T1UMMINOS, And a Complete Stock of Millinery and Fancy Goods. Possessing superior opportunities for pur chasing In the New York and San I-rnneUeo markets, having resident buyers of large ex tHirienee at each of these cities, wo shall be en abled during the present eeanon to offer un usual advantages to pnrrhaers of the above lines of goods. OUIt STOCK we believe em braces nearly everything requisite in LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS, ...1 ..... .i.nii .iff... emteavor to lead In oar sl'KCIALTY. We solicit an early examina tion of our slock, and inquiry 01 prices. .1IOOXUY .V VALKXTIXE. m First SU, near 1 aylor, Portland. AMADOR MARKET, Corner of Fourthand E streets. HAS CONSTANTLY ON HAND CHOICE HeeC Uuunn. Vnl. IHirtc. Com Beef. iS? T4 nJ DIonas. Marketluig de- "Bwpraaimj. utveusacall. 8 J . C. XEITZ A r. MERKI-r. MIHCELLAXEpUS. FLEISCHNEK, MAYER & CO., Froui and Pttst St reels, bet. Ash and A, Importers and Wholesale Dealers. FAliL SEASON. -rtL MAYKR HA MAUB VBItY n.TK.V MILLINERY GOODS, Direst Mm I be MaMrtfttelHtvrs and Intsrer In New Yets, twr mh ' v.-.n-.i.. u. latest styles and snailas of jrntlti" til X'lttmtM, French Flowers, Hats, Shapes, Ribbons, IMaln, Cros Grain and Fancy, Silks, Ycluts, etc., etc., To whteh we Invite the attention of the Milli nery Trade or Oregou unu ninwu aciii tory. listuctaeeuly Wkols.aU House In Hie State Importing MII.MNKUY G001W direct from yew York, wc will be prepared to offer extra Inducements to our Friends and Patrons. THE 0. S. S. CO.'S LINE OF NEW STEAMSHIPS, Ko. A 1 for twenty years. Carrying the U. S. Mulls and Wells, Fargo Jt On. Express, will hereafter dlnpateh one of their new steamers. THE OREGON. GEO. W. ELDER, AND CITY OF CHESTER, A hoot ere rr Ave days, counseling with all the PHtNCIPAl. ItilNTSONTIIKOIAJltK. RATRS: (MSB a mi 1 to 7-ss t.'F.o. w, wi;:i.i.t:it. .se.n. INDEPENDENT LINE! urrnr. PORTLAND AND SAM FRAMCISCO The sptetstld Iiw-pressurs lrte-wreel A inert- leaH r-teaiun.p "GREAT REPUBLIC," SjfKJ Tow. J VMsiS I VKItOI.U (JUIIMAMlKIt Will leave i'seine Wharf lor Mail Friiel-i aim! on each slleriiste Sdlaiday thrreafter. Itntr-. of li.sae n.i.l lVelglits: steerage Cabin llrlestt H.Hm. Freight, per ton- 5 ! ! 7 1") 111 0J 1 U) TtM. kimmh .in this Shin Is Sl7I'r:ilI0H to the Cabins on moot of the other Coast Ships, and berCabtn Aeeommoilstlnnsareunequaled by any other ship on the iMdne ocean. For Freight or Passage apply at the office, foH of 11 street, next disir below Allen A Lewi. II. I.MiAl.l.i, Uttliu IMPORTANT TO INVALIDS! AT TUB..... SANITARIUM, Corner of .Second nmt Tnjlor Streets, DKIIKK THE MnillCAL SlTEItVISIOM OK M. HESLOP, M. D.f Ami the general management nnd care of W. C. CHATTIN, Is the celebrated XSttltoiUiiiio VitToi Xltttli, (Plaeand Hemlock i.forthe TOS1TIVE CUHK of ltHKUMATISM, Acute and Chronic Fever and Ague. Asthma, llronehltls. Incipient Pa ralysis, ana uiooruers peculiar 10 isuies. iiie ClJItATIVK properties of Iheoo Itaths Is truly wonderful. H e turnisu tne ELECTRO-MAGNETIC Ami the ordinary COLD AND HOT WATKIt BATHS. Itelbtbleand ouallfled women are emnlored In the Ladleo IeHirtment,and every arrange ment has been inntie so inai lauies taKini these Itaths are not subject to exposure, am can enjoy them without any blnderance or timidity whatever. Good furnished waiting rooms. Open on Satumnys till niKlnlghl. CATARRH POSITIVELY CURED ! is Must KRCK. THE CELEIIHATKD Catarrli ixwior, 01 uhcuku, mimnu . xurora, iinnoi". is nu Oregon, where he gives lai nis oiiiee) a r ivr.r. TK1AL.OI a SURE CURE FOR CATARRH. n.. T..ne treats stircesofullr all Chronic IHseases and Female Weaknees; curs Can without pain: has a never-falling cure for FKVEIt and AGUE. Medicine- sent 10 an rstrtsof the country, nnd all proper questions answered through tlie malls promptly by en .nH . " V. ... .,,.,. Offlce Consultation FItEE. WrTte; or call and see the Doctor If you are itmllnr medioAl aid. Mice strowbridge's BuHdlng.cornerl.land Alder streets, north of Town Clock, rooms Nos IS. 11. and 16, third noor. Offlce hours Front A.M. to IS x.,nnd from to S. and ft to H r. a. Sundays, 1 to I r. it. Post Offlce Box aa. o-i anSCELLAK0U3. I 11 " FISHEL & ROBERTS, Leading Clothiers and Hatters, Corner First anil Alder streets. P0ItTIXl).. OREG JN WE MEAN IT1 r A VINO PIJHCHASKD A FINK STOCK L OK CIJOTIUNU from a Large lmiortliig and MaDUtarturirut House (about to retire from business) 111 i'i:it ciiNT. i.uvs Than Actual Manufacturing Ct, we are sua bled to sell CLOTHING for Us Money man it whs ever Ixrtore otleretl lu till Suite. Our Stock l Complete In Kvery iwiaii. Prices Iiw. and uuallty of GimmIs of a .su perior Grade. OUR HAT DEPARTMENT Is under charge of a PRACTICAL HATTER, And the Stoek is New, Fresh and Stylish. OUR MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT Will always bave the best ofuttentlon AND A COOD FIT WARRANTED. o2Glve nsacall. I'ISSIEL .V ItOllKItTS, Corner First nmt Alder Streets. (Ktrowbridge's new Building.) SINGER SINGER S 1 1 Sewing Sewing Sewing IGER Machines ! Machines ! Sflachines ! GREAT GREAT REDUCTION! REDUCTION! These popular Machines are now sold at ftreatly reduced prices. Call or send for price before purebalng any other. Machines sold ou note or leae, and a liberal dUenunt for cash. THE SINGER Srt'U COJI1MXY, WILLIS B. FRY, Manager, 1; First street, between Yamhill and Taylor, 7 lwniunu, Oregon. 1 ASTONISHING CURES! Under thl-i heml will Apfir from time to Illlir ItrhUllMHIIHIH. VttftMltllll, IM OtHsses If CHIfU ftr CATARRH nnd uher CURU.N'IC UIB KASBtt by lR. J.vMKrt KKCK. Addrwn ,y n i.l I or cull and Uie imrlis fu l-?rM)n wlKHe iintnes are uli-eiibet to tetliiKnilu!M. Pokthnp. July , 1S3K IH. J. KtCTK AMI Til K AKKLirTKIt IKAK SIR ANi Khii.ni: Thin It Ui eertlfy tlmt I huve bwfi nKllcleil with Catarrh In my head for twelre yart, and about fle enri ago I hw ' llMl It waM.falllntf to my Iiii.k- I -u alui'-r i hllnd and deaf, and II win only a m.iti-i of' time when 1 would dl- with -miMiiiiplioii. I l hd ?ot m. had thai when I wuuld !i- Uu nlKhtlhe nui-u would lnp mt- my liu...f. unit I would hound to my lt .tnd timirn, h' trHMt htrMHKlr! todi-iiili. I in.itU- ii)'(ur ur'i . wj hel to do shiic taia .Mti.miM'ji-.mi! Snntf W.iM KuimI and SMSf'i Hi.tl i'l- r.-- - w. ,l alo rei-ominiid l ioii ,- I ni:n-ii-- d lUardialt-, but .. iin1 in" n i, ..1.1 j and Plere-fi nlti ntei witb Hi- - im i.u.'r.i' 15 iiux rewult. .lir tn lllj tit! ll"-.aiid 111 it) t irthr. I wo et lol I 1 1 . lt 1 ii.ul inritii medlc'.tre alKtul lour yai, ami b-n. t. -ler, X aUKiatlit the trentnint ot ifHl piiyi'..tn. hut ihesr m"ditnet i.tilinir i h-i ihi h-.ifed Hleel, I iv up it. 1 1 hop ( rtvovffv i l.tui a frte'id ttdtl nif t lr. Krf'w. d I - ,. ! him. Hi told iin-)' 4-stid fun iti . .t-it1 u.u i i(tinrfiiiitt fu rt- tin- Ki-urnii't i u iomiui i me mr itsty 11 in dtt m . d. 1 . j hint he w: in lKttir. ana tN,K a it-u reined v Imus-. 1 11 w .iin 011 ! si'li am almo'i well. Jf I -t no nt-iiT, tn-tnry oonld not purehnne lit irnv-lli I h.t- rect-ived from thW med'ilne i-r fti-tar p irl irtii.tt-x call at the h'wi Tdl i.-itr, mmiii. l P V. JKN. I- 'i r: . ' , . Is-, fo Tii-m 1.1 -1; n: i 1 -'II I w.eild o-st t i !ll Nsll l ulsr.11 -ti i eol.tlnnal u.-lil.ilf pun.- ..ier III.-ej . o. -ii.t, 101 about fifteen yeuro l.uve tie.n troubled uitli M.reneoo in ill' otoniM.b snd en side, itnd rould smell ulling. In the iim-hiiIIiii.-.I trie.1 Dr. Ssge's Calami neineay.roanior.i-s ruuiirai Cure for Catarrh, and other remedies recom menced oy irtenus. uesHies renie.net iroui fntl nhvstelan. all of which failed to cure. and the beat cave but slight relief. About six WeCKo UgO i Ilie lr. allien ivr. ram ue trouble in my stomach and slue was caused by the Cutanli having extended down to thooe points, lie also said that be had a Sure Cure lor Catarrh.and he could cure me. About five weeks ago I began using tlie "Sure Cure." The puln over my eyes lin uisappeareu: uiesore HM.in mv fctouinch and Hide is gradually dis appearing; my senseof smell Isreturnlng.and, in met, t leei i.kv n .jew ...mi, Mt.u .in .-m 11 vtneed that I will soon be rmanently cured. Any one doubling the above statement ean consult me In person or by mall, and I will re peat to mem vive voce wnat 1 nave uere com mitted to paper. CH AS. II. HAMLIN. .ngiueeriu ti. rerryuoai. East Portland, July 12. IS78. nn. ICkck DfiAK SIK: This Is to certify that I have used vour Sure Cute for Catarrh.and find It Is all you rlatm It to be. and even more. I have natl uaiarru lor ten year. 1 auuereu much with pain in my head, would take cold very easy, which would make my throat very .lira. There was almost a constant tickling In my thnwt, so I could not sleep. When asleep my throat would nil up ami strangle me, ami my sight also was badly affected. o that very .men i wan un. I c I., nwi evuev ..iiu pi.iv. sign on Yamhill street, opposite J. C. Mendeu a distance of perhaps lour nsls: in fact, I coulil feel the effect of Catarrh all through my sys tem. But theoe troubles have alt disappeared new. I run en to bed and rest all night, wtiicn Is something I bave not been able to do for six years. I hope you wilt puonsii tins, anu mat th hundreds who ate suffering as I have suf fered may pay attention to mis letter. 11 tins la .Mihlialied. I would advise anv one that may be troubled with anv disease, however bad or long standing, to call on Dr. Keck. I think be ean cure you If any one ean. llespeciiuiiy yours, CHAltLKS II. WHEELER. IMMENSE ATTRACTION ! AT THE C. O. D. GROCERY. Groceries Sold Cheaper Than ever before In the city of Portland, and VALUABLE PRESENTS Given to purchasers besides. For full particulars call on us or read one of our Circulars, which are scattered broadcast throughout the city. ou will nnd us at Xo. I'irst St., near Salmon. And hanging In froutof our Store Islhe largest TKA-KKTTLK 111 Ihe world. II A IMS Kit A- .SK.VU'.altli. 52 Frosh Shoalwater Bay Oysters AL1SKY &. HECKLE'S PUE3IIU3I OAXDY M.qU FACTO RI, First NU. bet. Alder aud Morrison. S-38 MISCELLANEOUS JUST PUBLISHED, ,v A NEW ILLUSTRATED POEM 'In with you, man " Pertiah said. "You'J bett.--r try to earn your bread Than like the birds to bill and coo! 'Twill do for them to sIkIj and woo. For they have not hi 11 k else to do." DAVIJ) AND ASTA MATSONv X5;v- 3Irn. A.lisrslil Seoitt Diini-waj, Editor "Uew Northwest," Portland, Oregon, WITH I1KAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATION'S, AND ELEGANTLY BOUNT A new eple, from a vigorous and skillful pen, on a subject which occupies a large place in the" social discussions of Ihe day. The subject h taken from Mr. WhlttleCs short narrative of "IM vld Matson," with which the reader Is probably familiar. David Malsoii, a Merrimse ssifeOr, was captured by the Ahrerine (during one ofhls voyages) and sold Into slavery. After many years he obtained release and was on his way lo the home of bis boyhood, when he Ml lu wttfct his old employer, who Informed him that hi wife, beltevinic htm dead, had remarrind.and, stunned by his trouble, be surrendered all claim as husband and father to the man who aad stepped Into his place, and departed. Mrs. Dnnlway has found a theme In this story with which her heart beats In warmest sympathy, and her lines flow on In the smeeth e&ds&ee in dicative of the fullest accord. She pictures the gentle, lender, trustful Anna and the wity, cov etous Pelatlab In vivid colors; and bow years of poverty and longing, and th alius of the bun gry boys, compelled poor Anna to yield to I'elatlah's Importunity, "IHse.reJolce, My poor, nnmated dove,1 said he, " And look henceforth for love to rjae." A little further on be says: " Become my wife and you shall be Made happy through prosperity," While, If she perMUs In declining bis advances, wolf-like, be thre '.ens to abandon her to atar vatfcm and cold. And this I'elatlafa wss a "deacon," " In exhortations deep and loud." The wanderings of David, his captivity, release, hapless Interview with Ilattah, discovery Frt AuHa's.seond wifehood, and his sad going back to Algeria, are all told so pathetically that ear leeilngs ate deeply enlisted. No one, with any true sentiment, ean read the poem wit heat' be lng thoroughly stirred. The Illustrations are In admirable keeping with the pain wge tney are designed to portray, and a fine engraving of the author is a fltttna; frontispiece. The subject spirit, fire and passion of the poem should give It an extensive reading, aside from the Intel m which the literary reputation of the author must awaken in It. Asa spectuiem of eoasHslcfJng the volume Is certainly beautiful, and would adorn any center-table. We know of no work so well adapted as a present. It is printed on try tinted paper and mist beautifully bound, pilee, im); full xllt extm ?. y,,. x ,. , -seMars, or by mall, poof-paid, by S. R. WELLS & Co., Publishers, 737 Broadway, New York- JO. CORBKTT'S LIVERY, HACK AND FEED STABLES (.FIKK-PItOOF), Corner cond and Taylor Streets. liiarges i istid to Hoarding Ilorses. Orders tor Hacks Promptly Attended to, Day or r.rgnu eer Orders mar be left at the Stables, or at the store of Flsbat A ICoberts. - TjrsTV BEAL, TEACH BH OP Plain and Ornamental Penmanship. (Graduate of Penmanship under Professor 1. A. Kaplna, In Barnards Business College. San Francisco. Cal.) ORDERS FOR ORNAMENTAL WORK PROMPTLY EXECUTED. Specimens at Morse's Palace of Art. Kestdence, Jf. W. corner Fifth and JeBerson. 7-2 W. J. QUITJN, MERCHANT TAILOR, Slark street, between First and Second, rORTL.VND, OREGON. MITS JlADi: TO OltllUK In the latest Style, and guaranteed to give satl-fw-tlon. til PIONEER WOOD-YARD, Foot ol Yamhill street, JULIUS SORE X SEN. AI.I. KIXDS OF WOOD, Sawed amtnnsawed, constantly on hand, and a uenvereu ioau part oi ineeity. Zi AMERICAN Slenm Dyeins-niiil denning Works DYE AND CLEAN ALL KINDS OF SILK, Woolen, and Mixed Goods, after the he I and newest German and French -ystems. KW Gloves and Feathers cleaned and dyeil by a new process. Blunketsund Furs nicely eleaiietl. Genu' Clothing cleaned and dyed, a specialty. o. COXIt.il A- CO.. Proprietors, 23 Second St., Portland, Or. S3 II It. G. ULEXX, UoiltlHt, Southwest corner First and Yamhill PORTLAND, OUEGON. ADVERTISEMENTS. GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES ! Mammoth Boot and Shoe Store, 115 FRONT STKKKT. boots' and shoes EXTREMELY LOW RATES. c. .'I. u iiti'.iti: MORNING STAR RESTAURANT, Cor. Washington and Second Sta. Q. C. RIDRR.- PROFKI8TOK rplIIS NEW ANI) KLKG A NT KESTTA ITKAMT X rs now open for the reeeptloa of aUtiass. 1 ne taibteo will be ptaHi wrta use ugiwmu nuiretanord,at the following rates : Per Month Week - "J? " IVsv 1 " Meal 3d Mini Ticket tee 6- w.cjohssox. r.ajt'cowjr. i.A.MACBtw. JOHNSON M'CQWN i. MACRU.'d, Attorneys and Coansjlora-at-Law, Will Prartloa In all the Courts of the State. Loans Made on Reasonable Terras. Colleo tions, Including Itenta of IortIand rroperty, promptly made. Abstracts furnished, and Real Estate Leased. Bought and Sold In Mult- r-numah anal Clackamas counties. Partleuiar Atteuttor. given to business In the U.S. Land OfHee, Oregon City. OtMcoe Munnastes' Brick, First street. Port tend, Oregon, and Main street, Uretfou City. -3 BARBER &.' NICKLIN, I1EXTISTS, (Successors to J. II. Hatch J No. vm First street, Portland, Oregon. XOTIGC THE UNDBRSIONED, IN TAKING LEAVa of I'ortlnnd, returns his sincere thanks tot me liberal patronage that has been oestowm, aud would bespeak for bis successors a contin uance of the same. Dotto Drs. Barber A Nics Hn are gentlemen In every way worthy f a"y confidence that may be placed In them, and 1 as stteh I can conscientiously recommend theui torny former friends and isnniofc JtV1.jL , . ins- sijiox. "sHofAOUH. c A. noia-H. DOtPU. BKOSAPCII. UOIPH i SlilO.t Attorncv-at-taw ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE. PORTLAND. 3-teu