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-MARCH 30, 18711.
. s ir accounts
w vvawsisaipan, u. J,
The .Treves of Johnson ....i u.
Jobo A. 3eek, th p .pular Front ntreet
Jeweler, make, repair! nK fin wetcbe a
Mia Tuthill, the popular el.icutionUt
gave recitation at the Presbyterian
aodable on Wednesday eveuiue.
Owine to the sunerior finish
leaee of work, A hell mu1h pre-t mlueot
- ifuowgnpner. uive him s
Aybarraia In eeentui hand seuim; ma
XZ, sjuerra Mi. iw front street.
races, irom o to $15 m n klMto
Lewiaton A Fn-ttnui ,.f i. u...,
iSH" W fornlalt the elly prieotiera
" "wmui ai niieeti cents each lor the
period or ooe year.
Ilia Emily Sbattuck. teacher of Ian.
gnagea iu the High School, h been tor
aenooeiy m. We hope to
nuuKw uer eariy recovery.
Toe .teenier "Aoeoo" is to rename her
tnpe Del wee d tbla elty and San I'ran-
cwoo. iea vi ok trie latter port on Toearlu y,
toe stn met. Fare will doubtlees be
iw nun m unver Uannn were
interred la Lone Fir Cemetery on Sat
nrday, having been kept on iee three
weeks awaiting the arrival of his wife
Wolf, the young man who ettilered
amputation or the foot 00 account of
naviog bad a corn extracted, died after
leaioae lingering at St. Vincent's Hos
pital on Sunday.
Three boys aged about twelve years
have been niiasiuic from the Oami Sa
maritan orphanage in this city ainee the
"w inai. mey were Jounti near Jelrer-
The steamers "Great Republic" and
"Oregon" arrived on Setuntav
few minute of each other, each bring
ing to thi port several hundred passen
ger. Both depart lor San Francisco lo
Mrs. Oilday, walding in the sou titer n
portion of the citv. was draaiFMi nil Cut.
nrday some distance over brush and log
by a frightened cow she was leading to
graeo, na received injuries from which
she died on TMeday.
Fihel & Roberts come to tbe front as
usual wltti tbe flneet Hock of t-nring
clothing in the city. Good purchased
from tliis "well eetahliohed Arm are Just
what they are represented and give eut
iafac lion, both In quality and price.
A. Ferrara, First street, keeps the
finest and best assortment of teas in the
city. He procures them direct from
Japan, and warrants them to be what
they are represented. We hnve sampled
them, and add our testimony in their
Having obtained tbe process of tak
ing pictures with llgntalwg rapMtty
(by Lsunberl's patent), Joseph ttic)ltei
Is now prepared to do work better than
heretofore, and asswres tbe public that
none but tbe best work shall leave tbe
The marriage of Norwood I, son of
me late ex-uovernor tMrry, and Mie
Lillian, daughter of Joseph ltnchtel,
took place at tbe residence of the latter,
in East Portland, on Sunday evening.
We join tbe many friends of the happy
pslr in tendering good wishes.
Merchants from the Interior should
examine tbe large and elegant stock of
gomis shown by Lewis & Strauee before
making their spring selections. Their
&ortmebt both of drv roods and mil
linery is extremely fine, and their prices
in accordance wiui ine anil times.
St. Patrick's Day was celebrated with
the u-ul pomp and ceremony by Irlh
citizens on Mouday. A patriotic ora
tion was delivered at Turn Halle by
Rev. P. F. Oibney and tbe "Battle of
hontenoy" recited by Mil's Kate McLeti
nan. The demonstration was very en-
in view 01 me tact tnat I He mil ven
geance of tbe law has been meted out,
it will now be in order for eorretBoni
ents signing themselves "Justice" to re
frain from recounting tbe details of the
O'Shea robbery and tbe Joeph murder,
in t lie daily papers. Aoything, however
exciting, becomes stale by such "fre
quent repetition hammered on the ear."
Miss Cella Reynolds, a you up lady
seventeen years of age, died in Ibis city
on Saturday morning. She was stricken
with paralysis several days before death
came to her relief. The remains were
taken to the cemetery near her ohi
home at Forest Drove for liUertnent.
Her mother arrived from San Francisco
n tbe "Great Republic" a few bourn
after ber daughter's death.
It haii been asserted thst over fix
hundred of the "best element" applied
to Sheriff Korden for permlMiion to wit
ness the execution lawt Friday. Were
these applications induced by enriosity
or brutality ? If the former, let the
stereotyped slur about woman's curios
ity be shamed into silence; If the latter,
let o hear nothing further at present
bout tbe saving grace of eapitul pun
ishment. The anniversary service of the Part
land Seamen's Friend Society were aoo
d noted at the Presbyterian Church on
Sunday evening. At the close of the
interesting exercises, which were con
ducted by tbe pastors of the several
ehntebes, a collection amounting to
$155 70 was taken up. The society pro
nose to raise if posibto a further sum of
$5,000 to build a mariners' home the
. Mrs. E. C. Rioker desires local and
YV"traveling agents for ber new system of
dres-euttir.g. This system Is mathe
matically correct, and by It any lady
Co cot cloaks, baaquea, princess drosses,
wrappers, and every style of carmen t
included in dressmaking, sleeves ami
II, complete. Full instructions given
In the art; also, cutting, basting, ami
dress-making, at her residence, 128
Alder street, between Sixth and Sev
enth. The finest assortment of carpets ever
exbibiUil in this city are now to be
found at tbe establishment of tbe Oregon
Furniture Manufacturing Company.
Elegance, durability and variety com
bine to render them ali that can be de
sired, while reasonable prices nut them
in the reach of all. No need for the
worn wife of the working-man to drag
and push a steaming mop across ti e
floor of ber sitting-room when durable
carpet' eati he supplied as low as this
nrni oners mem.
Jacob Miver returned a short time
gn from :sew York, and already Ini
mense cases of dtv ponds nureliasMi
there for the spring trde of the firm of
leiscnner, Mayer & Co. have arrived
ana are neing oeiied. Their fine facul
ties lor procuring goods is well known,
and their patron reap the benefit In low
prices. Everything needed either for
ciiv or country tn.le nan be found at
their commodious ware-rooms at rates
upon wuieh purchasers will be able to
thrive. Call and examine.
Home Tor Ilotuoiovi UbtllSn.
Under UMiunptee of tbe Band of Helper.
Ixtton Colu.bl street, between Fifth ana
Sixth. Mrs. Vlnjll, matron. Tbe doors of
the Home stand open to all homeless women
ot good character. Boant Mid' room will be
OrnHaed at cost to thote who have mean,
and fbkk to thoe who have not. Temporary
work will he airaltbed at the Home, and pr
nunem situations obtained for Inmates. Ladies
who have sewing to pat out, who are In need of
Pmfcsatonal nonet, or any kind of help, are
unted to apply at the Home, and that aid tbl
noble effort to help their own sex.
After a thorooct trial, H remain an undla
Pd fact that Ike Jfew Wilson sewing Mh
ehlae la the eailait-rnnnmg. best, and most
economical tewing machine tat the world. At
the Stale Fair, the Of our New Family Sewing
look the wraad pfetatam over the White
Shuttle Machine, wMJe the Kew WHson look
the gist premium ovartoth for betn Ike bt
family sewing naabtbe aed tor doing the
trealest variety of work. John li. Usrriton,
stent lor the New Wilton Sewing Maahlne
Company, I) Front street. S-C
To all who are utnerlne from the ermin and
Indiscretion ot tooth, nskvoas weakness, early
decay, loas of wanbootl.fctc., I will mo4 a
recipe that will eofejron, FREE OK CKAHOK.
This great remedy was discovered by a Mb-
atoaary In South AmeHca. send a aelf-nd
drassed envelope to the Rev. Joseph T. lamas,
Station D, Bible Iloose, New York City. S-3
C'ertnln t'tire fiir 4'Miirer.
Mrs. lr. Mary O. Brown takes this method or
ayiaa 10 ine amieted tnat she 1 In noMwdao
of a safe, certain, and Minima eure fc.r tlu
moat loathaoHie and terrible dtae known a
Canckr, in all lu forms and pb&Mw. liar
tenieay is never known to mlL Address Mm.
it. iiary U. Btmra, tnympla, W. T. 7-i
All bosineM tetters pertaining to the New
North w swt. sod all m oner due lhlx olHnu ru.
aabserintlona or etberwiae, maot be directed to
M KS. A. J. DUNI WAY
XBW THIS WEEK.
"THE WHITE HOUSE!"
An hameaae Stock o
JI I L L I A" E R V C 0 0 II S !
- ntiaet ssj XKW TOiUr.ecsnmlsing
The Very Latest Styles
OI THS gEABOlT.
WeaieaO saady tosakAK ttBHi;aa)d
dlatly tevtuewturfcimy leaaM.
LEWIS & STRAUSS,
.Vo.ST 1'ln.t Street.
STEAM CARPET CLEANING AND REN
OVATING. BLANKETS SC3BKED AND RE-HAPPED,
And Steam Laundry Attachad.
ar Work done In the Very Meat Manner.
Leave orden at Weefca A MorfanV, corner
Tnira ana jsomaon ireei. ana ai rowen'
Kurnltnre, Ktore, and al W. V. Cuagill', Eaat
Three block above the Canyon Garden.
Family Grocery Store,
Corner or I'ourtli nnl I) Mrcct.
We are happy to laform ear nnmeroo trlenda
and enatometa that we have made
To oar Stock of
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS!
nr Good delivered to all part uf the elty
free if cbarce. g-SJ
JOHN VAX BEURDEN,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
168 First Street,
la D. W. Prentlee A O0.H1 MaateaMoea,
BAVTVO MOVKO INTO MtSNHW 8TORB,
oBem now to Ms cmtomen the toeMamt
moat rxquMte feieetloa of
IMPORTED AND AMERICAN
CLOCKS PLATRD WAKK,
Rver fafoawhl to thla Coast, which will beaotd
at Extremely Low Irloea.
SoeefaU attention paid to repalrtac flu sad
New Designs of Etruscan Gold Pins
Sole A cant mr the WerldBanewned Fpl
TOIN WA3CUKR, which reeslved the Hit
J I. 1 1 IT i,Iiiii. ! Ihii iiinlil 4i-9Jt
OREGON TRANSFER COMPANY
General Forwarding and Commission.
Frebrht and kawsage forwarded and delivered
with dtapaieh. Piano and Furniture moved.
Orden far Hack Promptly Attended to. Day
tlllire S. W. Cor. Second nml Slnrk SI.
Mark. Care of O. T. Ce.
1 virAv who was onOAKiftr in a
J Chareh In San Jose live yean, destrea a
like poaiuon here. Auureiw s. A. 1'ontaou.
Importers Jobbers, and Re
On second I Centennial I The Mkldte
Street. Hhick. I Store.
Between Mon-Kon and Yamhill atreetc
In order to make ruom lor oar
is'inw si?iivg stock:
We have huhw
Surprising Kcdurtlon In prices
IN ALL IIEPARTM1INTS.
Dry Ooodal Dry GwMlt!
Dry flood! Dry Good! Dry Good!
X DEL "3T GrOODS
Iry Good! Dry GooU! Dry Goods!
IHy Good! Dry Good!
FANCY GOODS! .
811 k, NorelUea, aothlng, and
Hau ami Cap. Ulatara and O v vrouat. will all
be ni at
Astonishing Low Prices.
BOOTS AND SHOES
(Irorery 'Department Connected,
AT TH K
GREAT AMERICAN STORE.
co.m.stock a itlif;i:k.
.' aeeml atreet, between Morrlton and Yamhill,
t iwrianu. 3
DELAYS ARE DANGEROUS !
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE!
Our Entire Stock
I. drawing to a elose, we urge buyers to
COME EARLY AND SECURE BARGAINS.
I called to onr
DIUXS GOODS. FLANNELS,
HOSIERY, AND ITNUKHWRAK,
LADIES, MISSES, GENTS, AND BOYS.
Don't Neglect this Opportunity.
OLDS & KING,
S No. 1(7 TMnt atreet. rortlaml , Or. SS
ENCOURAGE HOME INDUSTRY.
Picture Frame Maker & Gilder.
QKNAMKNTAL FHAUBS OK KVKUV
style made to order, OLD FltAMKS re-gllt
eod as new, OIL PAINTINOS restored ami
varnlahed, BL.VCK WALNUT CompooMtsB
Ordera by mall Immediately attended to.
for. Tlilril mid .Murrliun Hi., I'nrtlnnil.
FINE SPIRIT VAfiNISH FOR SALE.
Drte almot lntantly. You enn renew roer
JJraeket, l'rmr, or any Wood-work. It to
Odorlea. It l the beat. Prlee, C6 eent per
DR. A. A. CLEVELAND,
Well and favorably known as
Tho Oregon Clairvoyant,
rpAKEfTHIS METHOD OF OFFERING HIS
X MrvieeatoiheDuMlcirenerally. For nearly
ten yearn DR. CLEVEL-VND has Riven freely
10 rich and poor alike the Kins given tohlm,
reftislnc to Accent rmr. or hewaku. The In
eraaHlne demand upon his lime compel hlra
to either refhse altos-ether or chance a moder
ate asm for hla at-rvlcea. Write YOrJHSBLF
Just how you feel, with ace and aex. From
your deoertptlon. DR CLEVELAND will teM
your dleae and aeod you the ItBMHDY for
$3; and If more Is needed. It will be furnished
LADIES reqolrlnealatance for Weak nesa,
etc. especially 1'raUptui Ulert. DR. CLEVE
LAND'S remedies haw? not as yet failed. La
dles apply It themselves, and need not un
dergo humlltaHne and enervating examina
tion. Remedies lor Diphtheria and Putrid Sore
Throat, to ate In aueof seed (used for eight
years without los of a single ease). .
Oonsullalton 11Y LETTER ONLY. Address,
with addressed ami stamped envelope,
nit. A. .1. CLEVELAND,
8 Box No. 12. Astoria, Oregon.
CAPLES & MULKEY,
Room No. 3, Odd Fellona Ilulldlnjrv
"ITriLL GIVE PROMPT AND FERSOVAr.
II attention to btulnesa Intrusted to their
FLEISCHNEE, MAYEE & CO.,
Front and Find Mreetx, bet. Ah aBd A,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
A rR. MAYER HAS MADR VBUY BXTIEN-
ltj rtve paielwesAra ibii nneoi
IHreet Irom the MaiMfulareni and IinporlerM
In New York, thir Smek a 111 eunaiat ot the
latent ktylea and khadeo of
Xfoaili;fM ttinl IMuiihsn,
Hlbbons, l'laln, Cros Grain and Fanrr,
Silks, Vcltcts, etc., etc.,
To whteh we Invite the attention of the Mllll-
nery Ira orureson ana viiuiu);wu
Delng the only Wliolale House In Hie State
Importlntr MILLINKIIY GOODS dlreet from
New York, we will he "prepared to offer extra
Inducement to our Friend ami Fatrons.
BETTER.THAN THEY EVER HAVE BEEN.
it. .. . . 1 r, Unnartnnl Ininmve-
IRRe lirw Wit, IWJ w, ... . ... -
inent have been added, through which the
HMM-t I'BRFKCT TONK UoWaintd. No other
tMnuwiiAn' nt PlfliMM ha It. lniitroteiiieiits
are all patented.
ALDBRT KARTSsClI, Sole Agent,
Third street, near Taylor, Forttaml,.OreEon.
Also, lor the celebrated
KRANICH & BACH PIANOS,
The beat Instrument tor the prlee In market.
I alt-o have In my ware-rooraaa One utoekof
Tho Best Organs
Alwaya on band to aeleet from.
N.B.-IiKIIRINa andTUNING Iiamvand
Orcaaa a eetally. !-l
OREGON STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Portland to San Francisco.
ltlSOTJCED rates :
Girrjlns V. S. 35all and-Wellt, Farso i
The Oreon Steamslilp Company will ills-
fMHen ineir new aiMi etetiiniA 1 iron Mtani
THE OREGON, GEO. W. ELDER, AND
CITY OF CHESTER,
For Ihe above Hrt every Ave days.
Tli.fViMir.nt't.nni. I -u1 1 UM
w an lite principal utiles in the United Stales,
Toronto and Montreal, Canada.
For further nartteolnr for rair nml
Frvhthl apply at the Company's Oinee, corner
of F and Front streets.
3-8 O. W. WEIDLHR, ARenL
PORTLAND AND SAN FRANCISCO.
The aplendid Iw-preur Shle-wlieel Amerl
JAMK3 CARROLL COMMANDER
Will leave I"eiflc Wharf for Han Frenrl-co
And 011 each allernale Katuiday Uiermner.
ltatcs ol liionse nud Freights:
1 z r 7 ol
Freight al Lowest Rates.
The steerage on this Ship Is SUPERIOR to
Ihe Cabins on mot ot the other Coast Ships,
and her Cabin Accommodations are unequaled
by any other ship on the Paoifle Ocean.
For Freight or Passage npply at the office
Pacinc Dock, foot of Salmon street.
N. V. INGALLS, Agent.
CV.WlRERa. N JOHn KlntNAN
WIBERG & KIERNAN,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
145 rHONT STREET,
Bet. Alder & Morrison,
JNO. M. DALY,
TniX TRACnCE IN THE DISTRICT AJO
IT UniteusuucavAiuruk 0-33
PIS EEL & ROBERTS,
Leading Clothiers ant! Hatters,
CornrrrirM and Alder streets,
PORTLAND. OREG IN
WE MEAN IT1
I TAVINfl PtlRPHASED A FINK STOCK
.li OF nxmilNO from a Leive Imjiortlng
a. it Manataetnrins; Honse nboul to retire
in, 111 ixislnesa)
4i fEit t:i:vr. i.is
Than Actual Manufacturing Cost, we are ena
bled to sell CLOTHING for Less Money than
U was ever lMfctorM offered in tills Stale.
Our Slock Is Complete In Every TMtall,
1 rices los, anu quality ui uuwa tn .u
OUR HAT DEPARTMENT
Is under charge of a
And the Stock Is 1
Now, Fresh and Stylish.
MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTMENT
Will always have the best of attention
AND A COOD FIT WARRANTED.
cS-Glve us a call.
ri.sni:i, fc itonKRTS,
Corner First And Alder Streets,
C tSlrowbridse's new Building.) 32
GREAT REDUCTION !
These popular Machines are now sold at
greatly reduced prices. Call or tend for prices
before purchasing any other.
Machines sold on note or lease, and a liberal
discount for cash.
thi: si.MJr.it svrc cojiim.vy,
WILLIS B. FRY, Manager,
11 First street, between Yamhill and Taylor,
7 PorlhiMd, Oration. 1
First otreet. bet. Ash nml Pine,
KKRPS CONsrANTLY ON HAND A FINE
and complete xloek or
SCOTCH, EHGIISH, FilENCH 4. DOMESTIC C000S
Which are nnt.:swl, anal whleh he
will make up
AT COST PRICES.
CATARRH POSITIVELY CURED !
"TI! JAJ1KM KECK. TIIR CELKI1RATED
J Catarrh Doctor, of Chicago, formerly or
Aurora, Illinois, h now located In Portland,
Ormon. where he gives tat his office) a FRKK
Till AL of a
kSTJRE CURE FOR CATARRH.
The Doctor treats successfully all Chronic
Diseases and Female Weaknesses; cur's t an
eer without pain; has a never-falllnir cure for
FKVEIt and Ail UK. Medicines cent to all
parts of the country, and all proper questions
answered through the malls promptly by en
eklng two stamps. OlHceConsultalion FREE.
Write, or call and see the Doctor If you are
needing medical aid.
Ofltce Mrowbrtdge's Duildlng.cornrrlkland
Alder streets, north of Towu Clock, rooms
No 's ltnnd II, second floor.
Olnce hours From A. M. to It x.,nnd from 1
lo&, and to K r. M. Sundays, 1 to t p. 11.
Post otnee iiox am. si
JOHK A. BECK,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
II Front atreet, Portland, Oregon.
Fine Assortment of
ClOCICS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, ADD SPECTACLES
At LOW PRICKS.
Iam selling American Watches at EASTERN
PRICE", with Wells Fargo charge lidded.
NO 1IUM11UUI Seth Thomas' Clocks at Old
REPAIRING a Specialty.
In Prices I Defy Competition. K-3
Should examine Madame
For IMPROVED 0ORSBT
SKIRT SUPPORTER. For
Health. Comfort, and Ele
gance of Form It bos no ri
val, and is really the mol
CORSET made. For
Mile by all leading dealers.
rY .V If AltJIO.Y,
New Ilnsen, Conn.
BARBER &. NICKLIN,
(Successors to J. II. Hatch,)
No. 108 First street, Portland, Oregon.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED, IN TAKING LEAVE
L 01 ronianu, returns 111s sincere inanxs ioi
tbe liberal patronage that has been bestowed,
and would bespeak for his successors a contin
uance of the same, lloth Dn. Barber A Nlck
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 rormer friends and patrons.
S-21 J. H. HATCn.
Ft of Yamhill street.
JULIUS SORE SEX.
ALL KINDS OF WOOD,
Sawed and unsawed, constantly on hand, and
5 delivered to any port of the city.
J. s. DOtrit. a10
k. a hhoxauou. c A. dolto.
U0LP1I, BROXAl'Sn, DOLPH A 8IM0
ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE, PORTLAND.
A NEW ILLUSTRATED POEM
"In with yon, roan ." Fel'tlah 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 notblne else to do."
DAYID AND ANNA MATS ON.
By Mrs. .A-ljifjail Scott Dimi-tvay,
Editor "New Northwest," Portland, Oregon,
WITH ilBAUTIFUL ILLUSTRATIONS, AND ELEGANTLY BOUND
A new epic, from a. xlnoroo and skillful pen, on a subject which occupies a large place In the
social discussions of .'he day. The subject Is taken Irom Mr. WhluierS short narrative or "Da
vld Matson,"wlth which the reader Is probably ia miliar. David Mataon, a Merrlmae seller
was captured bs the Algerinea (during oneof his voyages) and sold Into slavery. After man)
years he obtained release and was on his way In tbe home of his boyhood, when he fell In with
his old employer, who informed him that his wife, believinc him dead, had remarried, and
stunned by his trouble, he surrendered all claim as hnsband and father to the man who bad'
stepped Into his place, and departed. Mrs. Dun! way has found a theme in thla story with
whleh her heart beats In warmest sympathy, and her lines flow on In Ihe smooth oadeneo in
dlcatlve of Ihe fullest aeeortl. She ptotures the gentle, tender, IraMfhl Anna and the wily, env
etous Pelatiah In vlvtd colors'; ami bow yean of poverty and longing, and the cries of the bun
gry boys, com pel led poor Anna to yield to 1'elatlati1 Importunity,
My poor, unmated dove," sakl he,
" And look henceforth for love to me."
A Utile further on lie says :
" Become my wife ami you shall be
Made happy through prosperity,"
While, If she persists In declining his advances, woir-llke, be threaten to abandon her anetafc
vatlon and cold. And this Pelatiah was a "deacon,"
" In exhortations deep and loud."
The wanderings or David, his captivity, release, hapless Interview with PelatUh, discovery ot
Anna's second wifehood, and his sad going back to Algeria, are all told so palhetieally that our
teellngs are deeply enlisted. No one, with any true sentiment, can read the poem without be
ing thoroughly stirred. The Illustrations are in admirable keeolne with the racaar-o.
designed to portray, ami a line engraving or the
, , "c !"""" "iv itou imraiu give 11 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 ot no work so well adapted as a present. It is printed on heavy tinted paper
and most beautifully bound, piice, 2 00; full gilt extra, 32 50. For sale by-book-sellers or
by mall, post-paid, by '
S. R. WELLS & Co., Publishers, 737 Broadway, New York.
A NEW STEM WINDER ! PRICE 88.00.
Pore Abyssinian Gold. Bnt Eccently Discovered, and tie best imitation
of Pure Gold knovm.
110.50 by Mail Registered. Ladies sire watch and Long Opera Guard chain samepnee. Will send
goods by Express subject to examination, on receipt of V. the amount of order, and balance can be paid
the Express Company on reccpt of package. On goods to be sent BY MAIL the fall amount raost be
sent with order. Send money by Post Office Money Order. Registered Letter, or Draft 00 New York or
Chicago. Wc will not send a watch by mad without registering, as it costs but fifty cents to register it.
and this insures its safe delivery. We will hold ourselves Personally responsible for
all roods or money sent as nbovq directed, t or furtner pamculan send for our 48 page
111 us Lilted Catalogue c Watches. J ewviry, N cticr.s, ovelties. aad new Inventions. Agents wanted.
'Address, THE I1TYENTORS AGENCY, v
116 E. Washington Street, Chicago, HI.
C. T. BELCHER & CO.,
Cliina, G-lass and Quoon's W .zxx-o,
PUTED GOODS, LAMP STOCK, GOAL OILS, ETC.
ALSO, Sole Agent
The body of this Can is nwlr
or tlikk glass, neatly coveted by
a Corrugated Tin Caking, pro
vided wtlli measuring gauges.
Tills Is the only Class OH Can
entirely protected by a inetalgg
We have lost received a supply of lbes cans,
A. r. PABSIIAI.I- M tAT-
A. F. PARSHALL & CO.,
Universal Liquid Slating,
CORDUROY ERASER & KAQUN FOR BLACKBOARDS.
ALPO.the BEST and CHEAPEST SLATK In
the World. 8-16
DR. J. O. ULC..,
Southwest comer First and Yamhill
author Is a Suing frontispiece. The subject
With the New Year come new styles and Inven
tion. Prominent among these ranks our new Stem
Winding Watch, named -Old 1878." Although here
tofore e have always handled the best watch of
each kind that it was possible to get, yet it has bean
impotable to get a low priced watch, with the Kent
winding attachment, that could be relied upos far
tune, and have a finished appeareacc This seeaas to
have been accomplished by the investor of "OU
1871." We need only refer you to the cat given m
connection with this, uluch is an exact ianutioa of
it. and say that it is perfect in every way. The
works are covered with a heavy plate glass cap, then
this is covered with a hunting case. The front or
face is a plate glass cap or crystal H of aa inch thick,
set in a heavy run one-half aa inch in width, making
it almost impossible to injure the watch.
It is fitted especially lor Railroad, farra and shop
uses, nere oust ana am are name to get in on open
ing As the cases fit very closely, aad being a
stem-winder and open dial, it need never be opened.
If you need a watch, try this. It is entirely new aad
novel. You can rely on it for time. Yob wnt be
the only one in your neighborhood having such a
watch. It looks eracdy like gold and will save its
cost in a few years, by saving what you would have
to pay lor repairs on an ordinary watch.
Remember the prico Is only S8.00
by Express, or by Moil Regis
We also furnish with the watch, when desired, a
chain of the same material. (Pure Abyssinian Gold)
heavy long links and elegaat seal charm attached,
for ta. each, or watch ,and chain f 10.00 by Express.
- . f..r the r-U-brated
The beat Coal Oil Ob ever
njanu&oMred. e Never leaks,
Vnd ooe eaa always tell Vtew
mn,'h Oil IcHtfe h la the Otn.
Ko cbanee Ibr short measure
an 1 offer them to the trade at low flgures. Pur
223 FJrnt Street, lurtlnnil, Oregon.
D. D. BRIGGS
IS THE MAX "WHO WANTS WORK AT
anything In the line of REI'AIKIXG FUR
NITURE, Varnishing, Scraping, Upholstering,
Re-caning Cbatrs, etc Look sharp for the sign.
Washington street, between Third and Fourth,
OtT Having disposed of the Candy business,
this Is to tnlorm Old Patrons lout I am pre
pared to do work In tbe old line. 841
Fresh Shoalwater Bay Oysters
ALISKY Sc. HECELE'S
PREJIIUU 01XDT MAXUFIOTORT,
First St., bet. Alder and KorrtsoB,