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THritSDAY DECEMBER 6, 1678.
THE BOER, OT TIIK IMIE.UIEI:. rise, O, men' nor dream tne hoars Of llle away; Arise ! and do vur lielns's work While jet Hla day. The doer, not the dreamer, breaks The baleful spell Which binds with Iron hands the earth On which we dwelL Vp, men ! or war with Aery feet Will tread down men; Up! or his bloody hands will reap Tbe earth acain. Oh ! dreamer, wake! your brother man i till h slave: And thousands go heart-crashed, tb U morn. Lnto tin-grave. The brow of wrong is laanl-cmrned, Nut rirt with shame: And love, and truth, and right, as yet. Are out i From out time's arn your golden hoars Flow fast sway; Then, dreamer, up! and do life work While yet lis day. THE EYAXGKLIST. rThe Mlowisc strlktne- noesn was translated for the New York World from the French of Franclaeo Cooee-J Walking with I"eter, OtirM his footsteps wt On the laka shorn, hard bv Oenneaarei, At tbe boor when noontide burning rayS down poor: When they beheld, at a. mean cabin door, A Usher widow in her mourning clad. Who. on the threshold seated, silent, sad The tearthat wet them kept her llda witliin. Her cbUd to cradle and tier uax uinu. Near by, behind the fig-tree's leafy sen-en, The Master and his friend could sec. unseen. An old man ready for bis earthy bed, A beggar with a Jar upon bis bead. Came by. anil to the mourning widow there Bttld,uWoman. I this vase ol milk should bear Unto a dweller in the hamlet near; But I am weak and l-nt with manj a year, More than a hundred paces yet .WP" Remain, and, without help, I surely know I cannot end my t.e-k and earn it lee." Tfce woman r-e. .! not a word said she; Without a pan her distaff 'laid aside. And left the cradle where tbe orphan cried. Took op the jar, and with tbe beggar went. T tif well U. Ih- benevolent," Peter, "but small sense inai woman Khnured n Ravine tbn- her child and ber abode for the cbanec eonier that first soUKbt her out ; The becxar some one would have found, no doubt. To ease hint or his load upon the way." The Lord made answer unto refer. "Nay. Vh Father, when tbe poor assists the poorer Will keep her out, and her reward assure her. She went at once, and wisely did in that." And Jesus, having finished speaking, sat Dawn on a bench, was in the humble place. 1 with h is bleat bands, for a momsnt s snaea. Be louenea ine uisian, rocsea me utile one. Base, signed to Peter, and they gat them gone I she to whom the Lord hath given this prooi Of good will came hark to her humble roof. She found, nor knew what friend the deed had aone. The baby sleeping and the flax all spun! THE INDIAITWAE OF 1855-6, As a small party of us was returning from the Umatilla, whence we hail es- ' oorted a wagon train en route for The Dalles, ami was emerging from tbe ileme atrip of deciduous timber that banters the road for a distance of a half mile at the crossing of Walla Walla Jllver, we were surprised to see a large body of armed Indians drawn up aero; tbe road just ahead of us. It was diffi enlt to determine their number in tbe advauciiiR twilight, but we estimated tbeni at first sight at about one thou amad. And while I would not intimate Uist our party was wanting; In that sol dierly quality, eourage, I believe we all breathed easier when we saw a white Hag (instead of a red one) thrown to the hreese by the savages. I know, more over, that when we saw them simul taneously point their guns zenith ward and discharge litem, that we were greatly reassured. A parley ensued, ml we quickly learned that we were Indebted for our lives to his ilighnetf, Stock Whitley, head chief of the great Deaehuttes nation, who, with one hund red of liis chosen braves, was making life way toward Fort Mason to consider terms of peace between the august power he represented and tbe United States government. We accordingly proceeded forward in the darkness toward l.ead qttsrters, armed savages and ragged vol unteers promiscuously enranked,and in roauy cases merrily chatting with each ether. Xor did we reach our destina tion till near midnight, yet, reserved as we were, before 9 o'clock the following day, all of our envious comrades about eain p had beard of the sanguinary bat tie we had sustained against ten limes oar number, and had seen for themselves the five MX) re dejected prisoners that had graced our triumphant midnight march back to camp. The time set for holding tbe council had already arrived, but owing, proba bly, to a distrust of the motives of the whites, tbe Indians who were most wanted bad not yet presented them selves. At length, on the 11th of Sep tember, representatives of some half- dozen tribes beiug present, Governor Stevens opened the council in behalf of tbe government, with l'errin Whitman as interpreter. And, as I bad rend of the dignified bearing and thrilling elo quence of tbe "noble red man" while wrestling with weighty matters of state, I felt that an epoch in my career was at hand. Many of the savages ar rayed themselves in the most gorgeous style, but I was unable to distinguish the Patrician from the plebeian, either by his lreH, his manner, or the size and shape hi9 head. Governor Stevens opened the council by stating its object, and then through tbe interpreter invited ex pressions from his "red brothers," on duL8Utthey mit wi8l to iuce. uile mow of thelr addre83e8 r-sessed b"f ngle merit, that of th:t:;eTf9tbeafrais9lon j . Ue ebief -or tbe inter- preter-uwpiaved true eloquence In r- 1 counting the wrongs lueIi ' at the hands of tv. .1 """ereu , ; u.itit race, aud not in a few instances W tUtv in figures that bore resemblance t., Jl try. By observing their manner t aneakincr and of hearing m.. . . - - J uiinu was wholly disabused of tbe prevalent idea ',r B"i"v that tbe Indian Is a stoical, emotionless m". & i being. Par from it, for I never wa' wV w'h'''llM'" people so easily moved by their orators tnard'.'..'." as they. While a speaker was painting ! " aI ReeT"";;;;;; tbe flagrant maltreatment their unre- sisting people bad received at our hanis, tbe swarthy audience would bow tiit.r heads and pirn vont to their feel LjJ.ngs inaudible sobs: but let him raise t and, assuming an attitude of defiance, cry out for vengeance upon the hated race, and every head would be instantly raised, flra would flash from every eyo, while war-whoops, sug gestive of soal-liflliiL'. would rise from I the throats of the erewhile sobbing crowd. As I preserved some of the addresses listened to ou that occasion, I will pre sent a few brief extracts, from which the reader cau judge of the peculiar talents exhibited by those wild, nnouitured sons of nature. WIn-im-suoot, a Cay use chief, In re ply to an address by Governor Stevens, counseling peace, and the acceptance of aid from the government on their reservations, said: "White man talk too much. lie open his Hits, and smooth words fly out like pretty hornets from their nests, but they disappoint they sting. Tbe credulous Indian hears, and if lie believes, is misled, is ruined. was onee young and foolish enough to believe all they promised; I am older and wiser now. A young deer will follow its captor away from its wild, free home, to Im enslaved or to die to please him, hut the old deer is not so foolish. You may slay him, but you cannot tame nun. two years airo. Mr. came to us and said if we would give up all our land ex cept a small pareel on the Umatilla, we should have that for ourselves and our children forever; that no white man's foot-print should ever mark it. His words were pretty, we consented, but while men continued to travel over our land, to steal our Iioreev, to insult our people just the same. We went to war. and were conquered; we will fight no more; we are women, and only ask to die at home." Tom-en-we-tla, an aged and almost blind ciiief of one of the Columbia I liver bauds, sitoke as follows: "The snows ot many winters have lit upon my hair, and now it le white as yonder mouutain peak; the smokes of many summers have settled in ray eyes, aud now they are watery and dim; by so many unfriendly blasts have my limbs been shaken, that they tremble at th gentle zephyr. I have shot my last arrow, my quiver is empty, and ray bow lies broken at my feet. I am of no use to my people, but will they hear my words ? You all know that I never loved the whites, but now we are few and weak, while they are many and strong. We can never conquer them aud we must not fight longer. Wi must smoke together we must be friends. And since we must live to gether, we must live as they live. love the wild, free life of the savage, am too old myself to be a white man but our young men should. Why can they not cherish the virtues of our race, shun tbe vices of the white', aud at lengtli become wiser than the former. and still remain better than tbe latter? But old Stock Whitley's grievances were of a different kind. His ebief ar raignment of tbe hated race was for over turning the Indians' social regulation. He said that previous to the coming of the whites among them, the lordly buck enjoyed a life of luxury and ease, with horses, dogs aud women in abun dance; that tbe latter were contented with the sphere for which Uiey were in tended; that they did all the drudgery, aud cousidered it the greatest honor to have a fat, sleek hufhaud, and would exhibit the many scars they carried on their bodies with pride, as evidences both of the greatuees of their masters, and of their own loyalty. "But now," he said, "an Indian could scarcely chas tise his spouse at all, as the women had become bo demoralized by the examples of white women, that they had began to beHeve that their masters bad no right to whip them uuless they Itad commit ted some great wrong; that he had no right to imprint marks of his superior ity upon their bodies when drunk and feeling good, just for his own gratifica tion." Indeed, reviewing in my mind the arguments (?) of this redoubtable chieftain, I am convinced that I have heard the same, in spirit if not in letter, delivered by men who would scorn to be rated with him iu moral force or log ical perception, and am convinced that this question of "womau's sphere" be long to savages, whose rude eloquence can alone properly elucidate It. To be continued. It Is awful hani Utnee, you know, "wolf at the door," aud soon; and yet the United States will have a surplus of 1.300,000,000 bushels of wheat, and 5, 250,000 bales of cotton. When we tile we shall And that we have not lost our dreams; we have only lost our sleep. llichter. Electric cooking Is now proposed. It won't do for frying; it will only result in a Mash of the pan. Ileaoonstield Suffrage. rather favors Woman AisnvTN i'oit Tim xi:w.iiitTiinsT. The following persons are duly authorised to act as Agent for the New North west : Mrs. Laura Do Force Gordon California Ashby Pearee - Benton county MissVirginiaOlds. MrMlnnville V. 1. Owen -SoQuel. California "Woman's Journal" Boston, Massachusetts D. I". Porter Bneoa-s, Oregon J. Casto New Kra Mrs. Nellie uuri Mairm Hiram Smith Hairisbtrg Mrs. C. M. Foltt 8an Jose, Cal Mrs. W. A. Mills Clackamas 1). 1). Gray - - Albany Mrs. J. A. Johns Kalera Mr-.. Lottie Ream -Eugene City Mr. K It lroebtel - -LaUrande 1 U Williams.- Hlllsboro Mrx M. A. Warner Kpokan Falls, W. T Miss Mary Bishop Mrs. K. A. Slehnls Brownsville -Dallas Mrs. H. A. Loughary Amity A . XYOIIllMtn . Mrs. Marts Rammage Mrs. M. Kelty .. Mrs. J. ls-Vore Johnson....! Dlllv North Yamhill Lafayette 1 iregon City The Dalles t'orvallls -Walla Walla -Pendleton Kiicenet'iiy tv.liux.W. T Brownsville Lebanon -n-. LPUiiueii I Mr j H ! M .."i-'', """-ili.ZZ P.Vtsher .....Salem Larayette r, Albany ...rorest Grove .-Astoria San Kr.ru-U.... Oth r parti. If-lrtnit to act as Agi-nls Wl plt-.iti- fiirw.ir-1 ir iiHiiii-s. We wjnt Anent. e.erjr p.wlofflee thr......,, j Washington Territory, LIST OF POST OFFICES. oiii:;ox. BAKBK COUKTV. .unnrn-, Augusta, nascr ".', --, : press Itanch, Eldorado, lent. Humboldt I ta il n, Jordan Valley, Kye Valley. Wlngvllle, . . . i -1 .. .. , 1 1 .. Sumter, siotte, Connor Creek, North I-owder, Terrysvllle. BKNTON. Alsea Valley, fonallis". Collins, King's alley. Liberty. Ultle Elk, Newport, N'ewtmi, Onealta, Itillomaih, Starr's lv.lut, Summit, Toledo, Vaquina. Monroe, Tidewater. CLACKAMAS. Beaver. Butte Creek. Canby, Clackamas, Clear Creek, Cuttingsvllle, Damascus, Eagle Creek, Glad Tidings. Highland, Molalla, M1I--wankle. Needy, NortOT, Oregon City", Oswego, ffendy, Springwater, Zlon, Kew Km, Barlow, li i la, union jtiiia, nronv-a pmj, k ivmwm.. Home, Ringo ltolnt, Staflbrd, Viola. CLATaop. AKtiirixe.rilftHi. Jewell. Knaopa. Nehalem, Kkluun,Keaside House. West port, Isllinlus. Olney, Hummer House, Kort Clatsop, Mlsha- aae. coos. loos miy, uoquilie, i . AiHpiic " J chanted rauie.Fslrvtew, llennunsvlllt,Hen- ryvlite, Jtarsnnera. .ortn neno, us, ttao doloh. Hllkln. Sltkura. Utter Cltv. Randan Coaledo. U ravel Ford, Iowa Slough, Freedom, Mynitf rvini, ."lurwsy, oumurr, i-araersDlirg. COLOMBIA. nler. Riverside. St. Helens. Sanvle-s Island. 8eappooe, Clear Creel:, Onion, Vernon la. CtJBRV. Cheteoe, Kllensbarg, lVtrt Oriord. nooauAn. Camas Valley. Cleveland. Cole's Vallmr. Drain, Klkton, (talesvllle,Uardner, Kellogg-s, Uuoklngglasa, Myrtle Creek North Canyon- .v, vwi.hh-,, v w nHmnur, poults burg. Ten Mlto.DsapqH Clty.Wilhor.YoaeaJU. LisniuMs, imy-m vreea, is ureea, kik tflead, r air uass, Houna i-nune, Huinnur Mprlngs. vine, John Day City. Prairie City, Parkersvllle, rnraw, namier, uap narney, urannc. Monument, ML Vernon, Penola. JACKSON. Annlecate. Ashland, rkownsborouirh. Otm. tral Potnk Ragle Point. UraoVs Pass. Hot npniigs, jacasooTiiie-, LAaeport. i-nomix rvock rotnt. am-s vaiiev. raoie noes, wit low Springs, Barron, Big Hutte, iMirdanellea. root's creeg, lioneer, nooavine. JOSKPHINK. Klrbv. Leland. Slate Creek. Waldo. Altboate. l Jlcay vtucen, aiurpny. urn. Antler. Bonansa. Dairy. Chewaucan. Drews' Valley, tfoos Lake, Lake View, Laugell Val ley, LinkvUld, Mergaasen, Mew Pine Creek, Silver Lake, 8pragoe River, Summer Lake, TUie lse, w uiienni, n nuue-s r erry. x ainax i-ievna. LANs. Bur Prairie. Cottage Grove. Creawell. Camp Creek, Cart Wright's, Dexter. Engews VIIJ , rnuuu, ,ukuw, Mun xww. Mir nawK, iieasant lint, sauuaw. wpeneer t,"reeav SC. Isabella, Leaburg, Liverpool, Mabel, McKensie Bridge, waliarvuie. Albany. Big Prah-te. BrownsvlMe. Craw fordsvUle, Diamond Hill, Fox Valy. Grass Ridge, Harrisburg. Harris Ranch. Halse. Jordan. Lebanon. Miller. Muddy. ML Pleasan rcona. im rrto. naeaa-s. eoaa springs Bo- da vllle, Sweet Home, Oak vllle. Tangent, W ater- loo. XAHIO.V. Aurora, AumsvlUe. RaUevills, Rrooks, Kair- A - " , , .Mil I.Mk.. VI UC tU , uqtms vnv.ww, tf,Mmm, Monitor. Newellsville, isalem, Stlverton, Ktay ton.SL Paul. TBrner.Woodbum, Aider, How ell prairie, Menanem. UDtimity. MUL.THOMAH. Kast Portland, Portland, Powell's Valley, St. Johns, Willamette Slough, Alblna, Rooster Kock, sauries. Bethel. Knena Vista. Dallas. Eola.Elk Horn Grand Ronde, Independence, Llneoin, Lnckla mnle, Ie wis vllle, Monmouth, Perry da Is, Rle- reati, 2ena. TH.I.AKOOK. Garibaldi, Kllcbes, Netaru, Nestocktop, Til- lamooa, xrasK, lenaiem. UMATILLA. Batter Creek. Heppner, Lenoe, Marshall, Meadowrllle. Milton. Pilot Roek, Pendleton, Umatilla. Weston, wuiow roraa, uvenon, Midway. DHIOK. rms. Island Cltv. La Grande. North Powder. Oro Dell, Summerville, Union, Wallowa. In dian, Elk Fiat, iiaune tsea, pana. WASCO. Antelope, Bridge Creek, Hood River, Mitch ell, ML Hood, Prinevtlle, rteotfs, Shellroek, Spanish Hollow, in uatiew, warm rpnngs Wasco. Wiltoogbby, Fossil, Pine Creek, Iamm Kock. Bake uven, trown noca. vamp mm, Ikwhnua. Dufur. Howard. Klneslev. Alex. spring Valley, Tyak Valley, Upper ttehoco. Wapinllla. WASHtMOTOK. Beaverton, Cedar Mill, Cornelius. Dllley, VOr- est Grove, Uiencoetureenviiie,iiiiisDora,MHi' dleton. Mountain Dale, Peaks, Sholl's Ferry, ctM trmm. Tualatin. Wanato. Centervllle, (ale's Creek, Gaston, Joppa, Reedvllle, West union. TAMatlU. Amity, Bellevoe, Carleton, Dayton, Ijstay ette. MeMlnnvUle, NorthJ'amhlll Snerklan, St. Joe, West Cbehalem , Wheatland, Newberg. WASIIIXGTO.V T11KR1TORY CLALUCX OOOTT. Keah Bay, New Dungeaesa, Port Angslss. t'ysnu CLAS4CB. Battle Ground, Brash Prairie, Fourth Plain, Yj.r,in Kintr miBMr. Btooa-faton. Union Ridge, Vancouver. Waabougal, Fern Prairie, La tinier, nayns, inmu, CHKKAUa. Cedarvllle, Chehalls Point, Elma, HoqaUun Montesino, usmus, anssop. Nana, COLCMBIA. Alpowla, Burksvllle. Dayton, Pomeroy, Tuk- .vnneun, linsima rejej, jaaxvngu. OOWUTS, Castle Rock, XTeeport, Kalams, Lower Orw llu, Montleeiio, ml umbo, uag i-oiat, rana. MiiveriAae, uswwrasn, uisqus. BLAim. Coo pe vllle, Ooveland, Dugally, Utsalssty Ouk Harttor. jgrrason. i'oit Discovery, Port Lndtow, Poi t Townsend. Black River, Dwamlsh, Fall City, Kealtle. Slaughter, Rnoqualmy, Squaek, White Klver, Osceola, Renton. KTraAP. Port Blakely, Port Gamble, Port Kadlson, Port Orehard, Seabeek, Teckllt. KUCKITAT. Block House. (Muwbua, Ooldendale. KIleM Ul. White Salmon, Blakely, Fulda, Klickitat landing. LBwm. Algernon, Bohttort, Chehalls, Claquato, Oov lltx, Ulen Eden, Little Falls, Meadow Brook, Mossy Roek, N spa vine, Newankn m , HkoekM m j rhock. Silver Creek, Wlnloek, Naaello. MASOK. Arcada, Lightvtlle, Oakland, Rkokomlsb. PACIPtC. Bruce port, Brook field. K nappton.Oystervllk., Riverside. Sonth Bend. Unity. Woodward's landing. Bay Center, Lake View, South Bend, ljsraco. ptbscb. Elhl, Franklin. Lake View, New Tacoma, Puyallun, Stellaeoom City, Tacoma, Ahier town. Carbon, Acton, Summer, Muck, Wuks son. SAM JOAN. San Juan, Lopas, Orcaa, East Sound, Friday Harbor. SXOHOMtSH. Oentervtlle. Lowell. Mukllteo, 8nobonlst Tulallp, Park Place, fttamwood. SKA-HANIA. Cascades, 011108 landing. BTBVKJOJ. Crab Creek, Four iJikes, Fort Coivllle. Hang man's Creek, line Grove, Rock Creek. Rosalie, Spokane Bridge, Spokane Falls, Union Rlrlgo, Walker's 1'ralrie. TMCTBTON. Coal Back, Beaver, Miami rmlrif .uljMipU, Tanalquoit, Tenino, Turn water, Yelm, Inde pendence. WAHKlAKtTJt. Cathuunet, Kagle CIUT, Bkamoka way. Water ford. WALLA WALLA. lalaha Irairie WaiUburg. Walla Walla. Whitman, Wallula. WHATCOK. Cedar Grove, Guemas, Jjt Conner, Lrhmht, Lumml, Lvnden, Nootaaehk, Point William, Samlsh. Heahome, Helahmoo, Ship Harbor, Ship Island, Skagit, Trader, Whatcom , Kidalgo. WHITMAN. Cedar Creek, Ool fax, Kwartsville.Owensburg, Palouse. Steptoe, Union Flat. Walton, Clinton, Ieltch vllle, I'anawana, line Creek, Rosalia. Uncoln, Unloutown. TAKISCA. Attanum.Ellenshnrg, Fort Slmeoe, Kittitas, Konnowock, Nanuni, Pleasant tiroe, hielah, j isKinta, I 'Money Order Offlces. THE XEW NORTHWEST. Kiciini vEiu of ruiiiiiauiox ! FHE NEW NORTHWEST, A Weekly Joiirmil OtVQTEO TO THE PfDPlE'S BEST INTERESTS I Indeprntlrnl in Politics and I!i ll;ina una. . J. ii win it. uits.('.i.ioi;t'tt. .nillsr an rreprltter. ,'""" BBr. OPPICK OF VUIUTION-fouihss-t ear ner of Front it artrngssn sisatin, (p- stalrs), Portland, Onn. EIHTOIIIAL ROOMn-Oorvter Kearth and "F" Streets. The 'kw SMrHtraiT is net a W RJcirts, bat a 11 a man IWnhts organ, isevoted to whatever palter my be necessary to secure the greatest food to the greatest number. It knows rasex,npolrlles,BireJgto, no partr, no color, ho steed.- lis foundation Is fastened spun the roek of Ktsrltal Uberty, Universal Km an oi nation and Untramraeled I'rggraason. Taiui?? 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We pay cash for Bounty Land Warr. i. - ind we invite correspondence with ail par' ty ing any lor wale, and Rive toll and ex; . u structions where assignments are imi i We conduct our business in separate t!i. r n-.s naving tnereux me clerical assistance - ." ana expertenceu lawyers. anagive ot JS UL ' 1'.' erjjjnporta!: y p ompSnttein : '.ft ntrontedjU'ti'-, A personal supervision to every prepared in each case. Promi per r.us seenred to all business enl Ad dress It. S. A- A. 1. 1 V1!VAI foriivj s WAHNGTO, Any person desiring intormation . -taiiulng aud responsibility of the 11 r u tO'iesi, Deiurnianea witn a saxisia.-! em e in his vicinity or Congressional d 6-17 ," DR. A. B. SPINSET, No. 11 KEAHMT STREET, Treats all Clironlc aud ieclI lf.s-awes. YOUH'C MEN fHO MAY BE SUFFERTXG FKOM THE II effects of youthful follies or In.i- rtions will do well to avail themselves ol tti.'s, the greatest boon ever laid at the altar of i nri'ertng humanity. DR. SPINNEY wilt gnrn ee to forfeit S90a lor every case of seminal kness or private disease or any kind or . bararte which he undertakes and falls to cu MIDDLE-ACEDMEK There are many at the age of tlili - to sixty who are troubled with too frequent acoatrm of the bladder, often accompanied yasllth' smarting or burning sensation, and -i weaken ing of tbe system In a manner the pu:,ent can not account for. On examining ti e urinary deposits, a ropy sediment will often be front, and sometimes small particles ol wbomen will appear, or tbe color will be a tain milklsu hue, again changing to a k a.id tornid appearance. There are maot - m w, die of this difficulty Ignorant of ',, which is tbe second sUureof seminal h Dr. s. will guarantee a perfect core i all si G8na, mo a oeajuiy restoration or I-,' eu Office hours lOtos, and S to 8. Sun-tays WWIIA.S. tOUOIU'ltlUU ITM- Th,,t!i Call on or address, sr ., UR- SPHtXFY A ' X).. 7-K No. II Kearny su, San Frn-i UMPIRE BAKERY. CARL V00S, (Successor to Peter Wagner , Manufacturer of Bread, Cakes, Pastry, Pilot Bread, Sotm, 1'lcnlP, Hutter, Uoston, Suar and Shoo Fly CIlACICKIiS, JENNY UNQ CAKES, HMKR SNAPS tit. S4 Washington street, Portland ft. EC-Orders from the Trade solicited. H-3B FAY & MA.'NNIN a, 1 EALERS IX GrUXEItlKSWAD 1 IOVIS- U loos. Fruits and vegmKme Corner of Third PORTIANXj age recelve.1, apu tX-s" a"' D awiJ RiORA RESTAURANT,' t . mr raanTi j-&.2 4aMslnsgssas'A x u vsui -i. missMlfi I nil m , iBBHWK.'laailansBP jM toATTTmrarinManTaTaTelmlr Sgglsf . -gwuniear tr s f n rafiiBV wnaaungBBBBaKouan : , t - -sms, rpnaw TTBSssBsuBBBaBsaanap, in -i urrTi r gaassTS! ' rf' VSF SgftBigeBWBsj IsBBBBsBssPlalarsraV- ' - pfysst cor. Front and AWor strww, The only place in Portland where cv, A GOOD SQUARE MB.- For 25 Cents. ! CAPLES & MULKEY, Attorncys-at-Iiaw , Room Xo.5. Odd Fellows' Hnddlag, vvriir mvrc PROMPT AND l'KRSONAI. W sSltonto business intrust si to the r CHRIS. NCLOTI1 TNVITE8 HIS OLD PVTHOXS AV IV r 1 I'ubUe genera'ly to eai 1 m his NEW BUTCHER St YVaxbluKtotl sL, one door en ; ol T- t, I vn3C 4 ulnal' - tS if 3 r froai Ml i