THl i.-OAY DECEMBER 6, 1S7S.
s much swollen by Hie late
f i vo will open an engagement
' ' the 23d lust.
" Xllsli will be the nt
at New Market Theater.
the Catholic falrnu
twere siHut $"
'MfrWr.d'' are making
Chatter a merry prace oi
ma.1.- i t' the Cltj' as-
now uslnir the
lies continue at
' evening. The
g will take
issued in thii
in la v
the beat mouth
ljjis not behind, hut
iiitims for tbe best
. , meu! WttUration and proces
i .iiaofc&iviuK Jay was a grand
. d enteoed into with great zest
r ?mbt.-9,of the department.
iiid icuo' Instantly checked
i l1 Ti
Vith a few doaea of tbe
lauiette Kever'and Ague
I in conjunction with St.
' : 1 all, will shortly be erected
. ( Madison street, St. Stephen's
i 'i;jr needed for school purposes.
cunipkDy will return from
ictoriaand theSound and
-,t-uon at New Market Tiiea-
jr-Jay evening, December
i y disc
n Arioes, on
'" ii, at lUe
' a grand reunion of hon-i-ged
soldiers, sailors awl
eeday evening, December
all on First and Madison
'Horn", sweet home," Is not com
plete wi'lou. a bottle of Pfunder's
Oregon Ui.xxl Purifier. It Is truly a
two nunorett ana ten arrests were
aade by tbe city police d urine Xovem
ber. Of these, one hundred and seventy-
nine were oooKeu as "drunk aud dis
orderly.' The Catholic fairelosed on Tuesday
evening, after as successful a beggiug
and swiudimg run as the most devout
eliurcnman nuld desire, tbe proceeds
being about ,000.
T'je claiir s of tbe Woman's Home and
the 1 .allien' Hti'ief Society were presented
on Thanksgiving day by Rev. Dr. liluds-le-.aud
wu- taken up for the benefit of tbe
"Paly i'. He-' bas improved to much
I- f - i cor.' eneed giving bet I'funder's
0-i' i- Blu i Purifier. It is so nice for
tl i. tit onei.
new Vancouver boat "Ljirllne,"
v - . j -in : i route between Utat place
hib.t. y'on Monday. She is a
a . ' .od-iu-awUful craft, and Is oom-
: by raptain J. T. Gray, long of
t 1 ' V
rrara, First street, keeps the
- i beat assortment of teas In the
1 1 pro$$B8 them direct from
' ' fyts them to be what
- ; ti -anted. We have sampled
: . .!' our testimony in their
i , formerly of tbe press of
c i it more. recent! v connected
witii tin.', oi Cistern Orecou, died at St.
iiioei.tV li "I'iul last weekafter a brief
i li.'-. I If n-ionged to the order of the
?. r. !a of 1'yihiM.aud was by that fra-t.e'-iiitv
l.urieJ in Ijoae Firon Saturday.
K'lr-. if.W Seott, who has been for the
t1 vt :"iir mo.iths enioying a visit with
r-'l i! ii ! Vnnavlvania and Chloairo.
! lu "I - i !. -hotne in this oitv bv the
'Or, cr., .' ettlenUy the fatigues of
tt.. irst on t weighed by its pleas-
uri-- .- i,' ' sent Some in excellent
he.. '. 'I .rite.
T i ii . Oatnnbell have recently
- . ririilt-jralleryon Fifth street.
t :'Mt offlee, where they are
' arge pictures in oil, from
any Miu! a -picture, no matter how
j l..- r i I
h- t v r i
. tin- .', i tmmt
. . i v. ft , -rgp oflerintTO
4 f t. i i . ' Samaritan nosj
. rM tu inquire
ni . . a. --ME . 1
JsBi!. worn "r faded. Tliey also take
wr.:yp - p. all tiie latest styles. Thlr
x ge ns Ut Ofty cents.
. , .u of tbe proposed bridge
- ihe . i ismetie at tins city are
f . n ii ici and may be seen at the
f N in Heck ft Son. The lencth
tri.lz.- .9 designed will be 1,790
wiat' .. feet. The architects est)-
m. ne that - bridge can be built ae
mrdingto i 'iaos for $100,000 if wooden
'Opera are uel. and $110,000 if Iron filled
wun coocn re useu.
iMKiaeing ii . oaby may result in de-
wrmiog its uoe and bringing on near
aigbtedneas. pne safest plan is not to
klas a baby v tbe feminine persuasion
until it attai. - tbe age of sixteen years.
Tbe oat U la of the nose Is much
stronger tb -Detroit Free Pre.
Hon. N. T ' ton and wife, of Walla
'Walla, are c ad to mourn tbe death, hv
NoM feve 0fa bright little daughter
V yean ot
V- Tiieir manv friends
raMrB wlth ' this sad and sudde
11UISW1 m-ui. tfpv
-V fusible I.N...
Me to try B LataVaBaWsnriaw - OT,T
AMD Tar, and
of thht wonder .1 m
cided improi -tent.
her. Cost, on 0 cents a
Depot. rlttenton's Pa
Vafe-hoase.7 lxtli Avenue, New
The dollar sit. i the most economical for geu
ihlng tumble In the though toi
it" stricken down at our side.
X rord of endearment or eon
ent at our Ride la the fiasb
en ng our hearts with their
tht nivtl at oor leet, pale
our cries and heedless of
.' vesaiveiy rat person Is In
siij-uieoi heart disease or
vnn-Fat.the only remedy
the wii ,,y reguiatmg
imilaii or ,h, food u
s.-ud it ii-, wlii insurem
luctiun of w, ,glt rrom ,wo
it n- l.i
rentauiccisA. . I
lluiue Tor Homeless M'ouien.
tinder the auspices of the Band ot Helpers.
LoeaUon Columbia street, between Fifth and
Sixth. Sirs. Virgil, matron. Tbe doom of
tbe Home stand open to all homeless women
of good character. Board ami room will be
tarnished at eost to those vrbo have means,
and pske to those who have not. Temporary
work will be famished at the Hometand per
nMAentsttuallonsoMalned for Inmate. Ladle
who have sewing to pot out, who are In need of
pwlMslooal nurses, or any kind of help, are
urged lo apply at the Home, and thus aid lb In
noble effort lo help their own sex.
Certain Cure lor Cancer.
--Irs- Dr. Mary O. Brown takes thl method of
saying to tbe afflicted that she Is In possession
of a af. eertata, and painless eare for that
most loathsome nod terrible disease known as
canckk, in all Its forms and phases. Her
remedy fai never known lo ML Address Mrs.
Dr. Mary 0. Brown, OlympU.AV.T. 7-3
SI'IH IAI, NOTICE.
All business tetters pertaining to tbe New
Xokthwhbt, and all money due this office on
subserlplloas or otherwise, mast be dlreeled to
MRS. A. J. DUNIWAY
tt-tr The Xataonal Gold .Medal was awarded
In Hradtry A HttlofMHi (or the beftt rhoraphs
In the United States, and the Vienna Medal
.lor the bent In the world, tat MualKOioery
strmt. Han Franelsen.
Jilts. lilt. lll'ItK,
llomeofiathle physician and elect rlcluu. First
street, between Morrlion aHd Alder. S-l
F)ke Toothache 1tomi core In one m In ate.
XEW THIS WEEK.
Obtained for Inventors In the United States
Canada, ami EuroDe. at redneed nilfn. Willi
our principal office located In Washington, di
rectly opposite tbe United States Patent Office,
e are auie w auenu lo ail t'aieni ltusiness
with greater promptness and dispatch and les
cost tban other patent attorneys, who are at a
distance from Washington, and who have,
therefore, to employ "associate attorney."
We make preliminary examinations and fur
nish opinion as in patentability, free of
cnarge, ana an wno are Interested In new In
ventions and patents are Invited to send for a
copy of our "Guide for Obtaining Patents,"
which Is tent free to any address, and contains
complete instructions how to obtain patents,
and other valuable matter. We refer to the
uerman-Ametican .National Hank, Washing
ton, I). C.; the Itoyal Swedish, Norwegian, and
Danish Legations, at Washington; Hon. Jos.
Casey, late Chief Janice U.S. Court of Claims;
to tbe Officials of the U.K. Patent Office, and
to Senators and Members of Congress from
Address: IX)UIS BAGGER A CO., Solicitors
of Patents and Atlorneys-at-Lw, jt Droit
Building, Washington, D. a 8-12
Tlio Improved Now "Wilson
Is the best, laatest. and most economical
FA3IILT SEfflXC 3IACI1I.VE
In tbe world.
It Took Eloicn First l'rt'nilums
OREGON STATE FAIR,
Carrrytng on the Htne on everything for
which entry was made.
ThU Machine bas
SUCCESSFULLY DEFIED COMPETITION
Everrwhere; and to the most
DURABLE SEWING IttACIIINE
Price, only $30,
WARRANTED FOR FIVE YEARS.
of Attachment lor mesdlng given free,
JOII.X It. tSAlTItlSO.V, Agent,
lit Front street, between MorriWM and Alder.
Also, dealer la all klads el
YAXKKB NOTIONS, AOKNT AND
Machine Needles of all kinds warraated at
nny cents per aoaen. 8-K
LIVERY, HACK AND FEED STABLES
Corner Second and Taylor Streets.
ReaMMMbto Chargea for Hire. PartieHlar
tetithm paid to Hoarding Horse.
Onters tor Hacks Promptly Attended to. Day
ra Orders may be Mt at tbe Stables, or at
ine noreor nsnei jc Jiooerts. o
(.Successor to Peter Wagner),
Bread, Cakes, Pastry, Pilot Bread,
Soda, ricnlr, Batter, Boston,
Susar and Shoo Fir
JENNY LIND CAKES, GINGER SNAPS, ETC.
S4 Washington street, Portland Oca.
ev-Oiders from the Trade solicited. 6-80
PAY & MANNING,
DEALEas IN OROCEKIBS AND FH0V1S
loos, Fruits and Vegetable,
Corner of Third ami K atrcel.
ve rMnm our thanks for the nigral natron-
caivetlaoil would announce to our pat-
iTJSIowi!enraiiy tiia in mttiiuoo
V-.erTtilrlcciitli mid II H reels,
9H2 rORTEAND, OREGON. 7
OREtnN viHEQAR ANDCIDER WORKS,
' ret. between 1st and Id.
eaar. Inuin. Kunhtni'w. and Malt Vln
siieeialty. Goods detlveredwif Syrans a
NEW MILLINERY STORE.
rns. liRvrtv ii'isunn r.iTif nc ov-
, m I - - ..... ....... u...u v.
IT I Praneiseo. would lnSnrm ilut naMie tint
she hao opened a new Millinery Store on tbe
northeast corner of Fourth and Washlagton
streets, where sbe will be pleased to have the
ladles call and examine herstoek. She is sell
leg Millinery AT COST. Call and examine
prices and be convinced. S-S
GBEAT BARGAINS !
'THE WHITE HOUSE!
We will offer during tbe eaon,
BlegBHt Ulkutoeaded Silks !t CO er yd
KlegaBt IMk French Rasket Goo.!. 1 Wperjd
Btegant Rtk Preach Camel's Hair
Goods 1 CO per jit
Good Ulk Trimming. Silk Xperyd
All Wool IHk Caidimere CO per yd
Tbe above Goods are new, and l
Tho Very Latest StylosI
Also, an I mm
LADIES' CLOAKS AND DOLMANS.
LEWIS & STRAUSS,
S No. ST l'lrst Street. 1
Wf,l. CURRIER & CO.,
103 Flrtt Street,
Men's, Youths' and Boys'
Clothiers and Furnishers.
It only needs an inspection of our
NEW FALL AND WINTER STOCK!
And OUR PRICES, to convince buyers of
Clothing that we will make It to their Interest
to trade witn us. All ourciotlilng is ixjuuuk
SEWED, and a Suit purchased of us Is
Worth Tifty Ter Cent. More
Than that purchased elsewhere.
IN OUR TAILORING DEPARTMENT
We have made a frreat reduction In Driees.
XUslnc PrBtkl Tailor, ire iruarantee ererv
Garment Htipertor In Quality, Kit, and Work
mansbfp to any other house in Orecon.
HATS AND CAPS!
We baTe a larce and superior stock of the
VERY LATEST STYLES, and sell at very low
prices. Our Silk Hats are made at the very
best manufactory In San Francisco. We sell
the VK 1 1 Y BEST for EIGHT DOLLA Its ON LY.
ea- If you want the REAL VALUE of your
money, go to
CURRIER & CO.,
103 Tint Street. Portland. 9
IY100NEY & VALENTINE
LARGE AND COMPLETE SELECTIONS
DRESS GOODS, TABLE LINENS,
Hosiery and Millinery
LOWER PRICES THAN USUAL.
MOOXi:V A VALENTINE,
8 WtFl rst.SC, near Taylor, Portland. 9
We Invite the attention of house-keepers to
our stock of
BLEACHED AND BROWN SHEETINGS,
PILLOW CASE COTTONS,
TABLE LINENS, NAPKINS,
TOWELS, LACE CURTAINS,
COMFORTABLES, ETC., ETC.,
IVIiloh are nil new and desirable goods. We
do not throw water on a few cheap calicoes and
mnidlns and try to "bait" tbe public with
them as damaged stock, but offer first-class, re
liable goods at "bottom' prices.
OLDS & SING,
No. Hi Third street, Portland, Or. 8
CATARRH POSITIVELY CURED !
-r-vTt UMTS KKfTK. THE CKLKUItAi Kil
JJ Catarrh Doctor, of Chicago, formerly of
Aurora, Illinois, is now tocaicu in mi
Oregon, where he gives (at bis office) a r KEE
TRIAL or a
SUEE CURE FOE CATARRH.
The Doctor treat suecesfully all Chronic
Lnscases sou reuiaie Htanuwc, mi-, v-"
eerwiihout pain; bos a never-falling cure for
FKVKlt and AUUL. calcines ceni to uu
TMirls rt tlm muntrr. and all Dronernuestlons
parts of the country, and all proper questions
answered through the malls promptly by en
ekMdngtwostamps. Office Consultation FREE.
' . i can aou see me nucioi 1 1 juu t
needlng medical aid.
uure otrowbrldge's IlulIdlng.comerlstano
ft . '.Jeeta, north of Town Clock, rooms
Nft25u' ".second Boor.
t l' n 9 a. x. to 12 x.,and from 1
li5 Km 10 f. ' M- Sundays, 1 lo i r. X.
JNO. M. DALY,
FLEISCHNER, MAYER & CO.,
Front and First streets, beL Ash and A,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
R. MAYER HAS MADE VERY EXTEN
stve purabBMsdoi a tun nuoui
Dhreet from the Mnnnfactureri and Importers
In New York. Our ttek will mtu ot the
la teat styles and snaitsa ot
JTctitlici-K ami l?liiiiieM,
Ribbons, rialn, Cros Grain and Fancr,
Sllfet, TcUets, etc., etc.,
To which wc Invite the attention of the Milli
nery Trad ororegou aim wasniiigion '.terri
tory. Being the only Wholesale House lu tne State
Importing MILLINERY GOODS direct from
New York, we will be prepared to offer extra
Inducements to our Friends and Patrons.
rilKMTUKE MlMJFACTn:iX coiiPixr,
And dealers In
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
MATS, RUOS, CURTAINS,
WALL PAPER, SPRING 11BDS,
HAIR MATTRESSES, Etc
Sales-rooms, Corner First and Yamhill Sti.,
Steam Faetory, Coiner Front and Madison Su.,
T PORTI.AND, OREGON. 3H
STEINWAY PIANOS !
BETTER THAN THEY EVER HAVE BEEN.
3 T T
Three new and very Important Improve
ments have been added, through which the
most PERFECT TONE is obtained. No other
manuiaetory or Pianos bas It. Improvements
are all patented.
ALBERT BARTSCH, Sole Agent,
Third street, near Taylor, Portland, Oregon.
Also, tor the celebrated
KRANICH A BACH PIANOS,
The best Instrument for the price In market.
I also have In my ware-rooms a line slock or
The Best Organs
Always on hand to select from.
N.B-RKPA IRINO and TUNING Pianos and
Organs a specialty. 8-1
OREGON STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Portland to San Francisco.
REDUCED ItATJiS I
Carrying V. S. Mail and WcII, Fargo i
The Oregon Steomhlp Company will dfc
pateh their new and elegant A 1 Iron steam-'
THE OREGON, GEO. W. ELDER, AND
CITY OF CHESTER,
For Ibe above port every Ave days.
The Company Is now prepared to sell First,
Second, and Third CIas Tlcketafrom Portland
to all tbe principal Cities In the United States,
Toronto anu ionirei,."u.
Fnr further oartlculon for Passage and
Freight apply at the Company's Office, corner
of r ana r roni street.
5s G. W. WEIDLER, Agent.
PISHEL & ROBERTS,
Leading Clothiers and Halters,
Corner FlrM nml Alder Mroeli,
PORTLAND 0RKO N
WE MEAN ITJ
HA VINO PURCHASED A FINE STOCK
OP CI.Ori!!Xi from u Irge lniHllnc
and Manutarturlng Honse (aliout to retire
lu per ci:.vr. i,ts
Tlian Actual Manufacturing t'oHt. w are cob-
uii in mii ciAillll.M, tor .Mitne man
It wn ever llore uHereil In this .State.
Our Stock Is Complete in Every Detail,
-new iow, ini quality of (iuotts ol u u
OUR HAT DEPARTMENT
Is under ehatge of a
And the Stock la
Now, Frosh and Stylish.
MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT
Will always have the best of attention
AND A COOD FIT WARRANTED.
BarGtve us a call.
FI.NIIF.L A ItOIir.KTS,
Corner drst nml Alder Street,
(Strowbridge'j new Building.)
Sewing Machines !
Sewing Machines !
These popular Machines are now sohl at
greatly reduced prices. Call or send for prices
before purehatlng any other.
Machines sold on note or lease, and a liberal
discount for cash.
THE SI.t;i:it 3ITG COMPANY.
WILLIS It. FRY, Manager,
1M First street, between Yamhill and Taylor,
a .M , in. , vrfvavH. 1
'!iilirtloiinbly tile ! t xiistnlnril
uorkot the kind In tlir World.
XVTlCEli UK THE I'HRbH.
grew lt original title of the "New Miinllilv
MagailnC'lMM not In the least abated the pop-
uiamyiiwuu ni mc Duwn,uui ua auueu to
It In many ways, and has kept fairly abreast
of tbe times, thanks to the ntcrnrie of the
publishers and the tact and wisdom of its edi
tors, rrnrwnaieveris uesi anu most readable
In the literature of travel, discovery, and fic
tion, the average reader of to-day looks to
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dkl the reader of a quarter of a century ago;
mere ih ine same aumiraoie variety oi con
tent ami the same freshness and suggeatlve
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Address HARPER & BROTHERS,
.BKTW E B.r.
PORTLAND AND SAN FRANCISCO,
The splendid Low-preMure Side-wheel Amerl
JAMBS CARROLL. COMMANDER
Will leave Pad tie Wharf for San Francisco
And on each alternate.Salarday thereafter.
Kates ol Pavingc anil I'rclgbta:
- 7 l
Freight at Lowest Hates.
The Steerage on this Shin Is SUPERIOR to
the Cabins on mootot the other Coast shins.
and her Cabin Accommodation are unequaled.
.tij .rint-r 3itif ,tii itie i acinc uccan.
ror rreignr or i-a.sage apply at the office,
Paelne Dock, foot of Salmon street.
- N. Is. INOALLS, Agent.
JOHN A. BECK,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
119 Front street, Portland, Oregon.
Fine Aseorttnent of
CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, AND SPECTACLES
At LOW PRICKS.
I am selling American Watches at KASTKRN
PRICK", with Wells Farro eharges added.
NO HUMBUG! Selh Thomas' Clocks at Old
REPAIRING a Specialty.
In Prices I Defy Coin petition. g-S
Fresh Shoalwatcr Bay Oysters
ALISKY fc HECELE'S
PBE1I1UJI OAXDT 3IAXDFACT0UT,
First SU, bet. Alder anil Morrison.
A NEW ILLUSTRATED POEM.
'In with yon, man Pei'tfah said.
"You'd bctt.-r try la 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 ANJVA MATS ON.
Bv Xis. -Lljigriil Scott Dimi-wny,
Editor "New Northwest," Portland, Oregon,
WITH BEAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATIONS, AND ELEGANTLY BOUNP
A new epic, from a vigorous and skillful pen, on a enbjeet which occupies a large place la the.
social discussions of tbe day. The subject Is
vld Matson," with which tbe reader 1 probably familiar. David Mateon.a Merrlmae sailer.
was captured by Ibe Algerlnes (during one of hie voyages) and sold Into shivery. After many
years he obtained release and was on his way to the home of his boyhood, when he Ml la with
his old employer, who Informed him that his wife, believing him dead, had remarried, ami,
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 loo ml a theme In this story with
which her heart beats In warmest sympathy, and her lines flow on In the smooth cadence In
dtcatlve of the tallest accord. Sbe pictures the gentle, tender, trustful Anna and the wHy, cov
etous Pelatlah la vivid colors; and how years of poverty and longing, and th erfes of the linn
gry boys, compelled poor Anna to yield to Pelatlah Importunity,
My poor, nnraaled dove," said be,
" 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, If she persit In declining bis advances,
vation and coM. And this Pelatlah was a "deacon,"
" In exhortations deep and loud."
The wanderings of David, his captivity, release, hapless Interview with Petottati. dfeeoverv ot
Anna's second wifehood, and his sad going back lo Algeria, are all told so pathetically that our
leetings ate deeply enlisted. No one, with any true sentiment, can read the poem wtthoat be
ing t lion Highly stirred. The Illustrations are In admirable keenliic with tbe usmmm tbev are
designed to portray, and a tine engraving of
l"rll I "" oi t.ne poem should give It an extensive reading, alde from tbe Interest
which the literary reputation of the author mast awaken In It. As a specimen of boot-making
uw ii me i cenainiy oeaauiul, ana would
We know ot no work so well adapted
and moot beautifully bound, pure, !2 00;
by mail, pott-paid, by
S. R. WELLS & Co.,
A NEW STEM WINDER ! PRICE 88.00.
?oro Abyssinian Gold. But Recently Discovered, and the best imitation
of Pare Gold known.
I to. 50 by Mail Registered. Ladies Size watch and Long Opera Guard chain samepnee. Witt sead
goods by Express subject to examination, on receipt of the amount of order, and balance can be pnsd
the Express Company on reie.pt f f package On goods to be sent BY MAIL the full amount must be
sent with order Send money bv Post Office Money Order. Registered Letter, or Draft on New York or
Chicago. We will not send a watch by mad without registering, as it costs but fifty cents to register it.
and this insure its safe del it err We will hold ourselves Person ally responsible for
all coods or money sent as above directed. or fnrtner particulars send for our 48 pac
III usuatcd Catalogue cl Vat ches. Jewelry. Notion. Novel ties, and new Inventions. Agents wanted.
Address, THE INVENTORS AGENCY,
116 E. Washington Street, Chicago, QL
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES !
Mammoth Boot and Shoe Store,
IB FRONT STREET.
BOOTS AND SHOES
EXTREMELY LOW RATES.
7 V. S. WIItKIMJ. 4
Plain and Ornamental Penmanship.
(Graduate of Penmanship under Professor
1'. A. Ksplna, In Itarnani's Hostnews
College, Man Francisco, Cal.)
ORDERS FOR ORNAMENTAL WORK PROMPTLY
Specimens at Morse's Palace of Art.
Residence, J W. corner Fifth and Jefferson.
W. J. QOINN,
Stark xtreet, between First and Second,
nitit.h ji.vije to ounnit
In the T-ateat StTle. and raaranleed tn plvn
satl faction. 414
Foot ol Yamhill street.
JULIUS SO KENS EX.
AI.I. KINDS OF WOOD,
Sawed and nnsawed, constantly on band, and
w uvuivnuiuftu) pan ni ine Clly. Z7
in. j. a. olesx,
Southwest corner First and Yamhill
taken Irom Mr. Whlttler abort narrative of "Da-"
wolf-like, be threatens to abaadou her to star
the author Is a tittlHg froarJsfiieee. The saleet
adorn any center-table.
as a present. It Is printed on heavy tinted paper
full gilt extra. i 50. For sale by book-sellers, or
Publishers, 737 Broadway, New York.
With the New Year come new styles and invctt
tion Prominent among these ranks our new Stem
Winding Watch, named "Old 1878." Although tore
tofore we hate always handled thk best watch of
each kind that tt was noKible to get, yet it has beta
impossible to get a low-priced watch, with the stcas
windinK attachment, that could be relied upon for
time, and have a finished appcarence. This seens 10
hare been accomplished by the inventor of Old
1873." We need only refer yon to tbe cut gireaia
connection with this, which is an exact imitation of
it. and say that it t perfect ia every way The
works are covered with a heavy plate glass cap. taea
this is covered with a hunting case. The front or
face is a plate glass cap or crystal H of an inch thiefc.
set in a heavy run one-half an inch in width, nuking
it almost impossible to injure the watch.
It is fitted especially for KaUi-oad. 2arm and shop
uses, where dust and dirt are liable to get in on open
ing As toe cases lit very closely, and being a
stem-winder and open dial, it need never be opened.
If you need a watch, try this. It ts entirely new and
not el. You can rely on it for tune. You will be
the only one in your neighborhood having such a
watch. It looks exactly like gold and win save its
cost in a few years, by saving what you wouW have
to pay for repairs oa an ordinary watch.
Remember tlio price is only 88.00
by Cxpress, or 38.50 by Moil Regis
tared. We also furnish with the watch, when desired, a.
chain of the same material. (Pure Abyssinian GoM)
heavy long links and elegant seat cnarm ;
for I2.n0 each, or watch and chain $10.00 by Express.
MORNING STAR RESTAURANT,
Cor. Washington and Second Sts.
G. C. RIDKR
rpHIS XRW AND BLKOANTRKSTATJRAXT
X. is now opn ror tne reeeptJoa or Kfci.
rne lames win te supplied wun we
market a Bonis, at the following rates
. 1 60
3) Meal Tickets-
W. C. JOII.N0'. r.O.XWV.V. I.A.MA0HOM.
JOHNSOtt M'COWN i. MACRUM,
Attorneys and Counselors - at - Law
VMPraetieo In alltlieOoartsof the State.
Tians Male on Reasonable Termn. rVillM-
tKM, tncludlng Renu of Portland Property,
promptly made. Abstract famished, and
Ileal Kstate Leased, Bought and Sold In Mult
nomah and Clackamas eonntliv. Particular
Attention given to business In the U. S. Land
Offlee, Oregon City.
Oflkya-Monnastes' Brtek, First street, Port
land, Oregon, and Main Mreet, Oregon Clly.
BARBER & N1CKL1H,
(Sueeessors to J. IL llateh.)
No. MS First street, Portland, Oregon.
aWE UNDERSIGNED, IN TAKING I '
. of Portland, returns his sincere lha
the liberal patronage that bas been be:
aud would bespeak for his snccco'ors a
uanre or ine same, huh jjr. earner o. .
lln are gentlemen In every way worth
eonrhlenee that may be placed in them,
such I can cousclentimisly reeomruen .
Uwny furmer friends and patron-
c a. DOi.ru
J. N. DOUII.
E. C BKONAUu.
D0LPU, BKOSAPOn, liOtPH 4
ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE. PORTLAND,
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