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THURSDAY. JUNE 10, 1879.
H0MEKEW8. Reroetijt, Hie Russian violinist, now in San Fntncleeo, will probably visit PorU&ntl. The Oregou Statu Medieal Society of i r .-ivy uwwnpiHi me metric system -..eight and measures. -elective ncuoy, who bad a tumor remoTed frog one side of his face about a montn ago, 18 able to be on tbe street. Owioctotho superior finish and excel- leoeeof work, Abeil stands pre-eminent as a photographer. Give him a call. A ymg roan named Richard Hojg mmaamstHi In this city last Sun day, by mntsjat of theSheriffof Sonoma LaaMj', UL, on a charge of arson. Tfc afaalacr exercises of the Hluti Bafcaol will be held next Monday evec iBCt urf the Associate Alumni will Rive HMU olertalnment the following night. Tbe National Employment Bureau Is at tbe cottage, 107 Morrison street, op posite tbe poet offle. Mrs. Kill Jonrs mtperlnteuds tbe ladies' department. J. Bet oil Jones, manager. Tbe time of leaving Portland for the esearsteo to Puget Sound Is fixed for IHf an. to sun mat., wnue the tick et 'vrlll btt ireod for return any time be fore j my iaiu. Tbe Seat of California arrived at San Fmnelsoo on her last trip in 37 hours and 20 minutes after leaving the Colum bia oar. This beats the Oregon's best time mm hour and ten minutes. Portland Bethel Hall, corner of North Tblrd and 12 streets, was dedicated on last 8onday. Chaplain and Mrs. Stubbs have labored most faithfully to secure tbe erection of tlie Hall, and their ef fort bare been crowned with success. Two Cbiaamen who arrived on the net trip from China have since died Tbe SUmdard says they were kept in tbe frieon hospital to the rear of the Jem House, where they must have been h tarred to death, as they were nothing but akin, bone ami mm. jnwrvoce iarreii, supported by a earofeMy seleoted company from San Fraaetbeo, opens at New Market Thea ter to-Bight in Bulwer-a great play of "JUebelleu." The season will last but etgtat Migrhts and one matinee, with a eoangeof programme at each perform Governor Thayer has donated a silver irmapel, valued at $130, to the Fire De petUueat of East Portlund, to be ofTered a a prise for the fastest time made by a Araeaaa in a 160-yard raee at East Port land Park on tbe Fourth of July. "Tbe anatoat will be open to every company In tbe State" except No. JTs of this city. Mr. K. II. Thompson, of that com pany, being barred. Mr. A. B. Mecliesney, of Pennsylva nia, aod Rev. E. S. Mecliesney, of Michigan, father and brother of Mrs. H. W. Scott and Mrs. Thos. McClintock of this city, arrived here last week, and will BMke an extended visit- It is the first time they have seen Oregon, and tbajr are delighted with It. Before their retora. they wiil visit many parts of ine state, unu perhaps ol Washington Territory. last Monday the election for munici pal ortteers was held, resulting In the abotoe of five Democrats and three Re yuWauuu. Hon. D. P. Thompson, Rep., for Mayar, received 46 majority; E. Corbatt, Dem., for Police Commissioner, i; Joe. Bacbman, Dem., for City Treas- nrp OA - W'm T T.-ll.. r It T7. vuuciiiuru iiieuaru Werdea, Dem., First Ward, 129 ; T. I KiekHo, Rep., Second Ward, 167 ; J. S. Keller., Dem., Third Ward (long term), IS; S.F. Watson, Rep., (short term), 112. Tbe city election of East Portland, last Mouaay, resulted in the choice of tbe entire Republican ticket, except the Trastee from tbe Secoud Ward. I. A. Saaadeta, Recorder, received. SS major ity; Boas Merrick, Marshal, 82; W. F. Coat 1 1, Treasurer, 109; J. Gerdoleman, fltrcet Commissioner, 102; Wilber Kern, Assessor, 1. (McCueo. the Dem ocratic candidate, will contest Kern's election.) Trustees Cyrus Buckmsn, First Ward, 38 ; W. II. Moore, Second "Ward, 36; XV. C .Wilsou, Tblrd Ward, 8(5. The "bridge across the Willamette" may yet be realised. The whole amount of the capital stock of the Portland Bridge Company, which was incorpor ated February 7, 1878, has been sub scribed. A meeting of the stockholders and incorporators will be held in this city on the 22d of July at the office of M. (j. tieorge. The object or the meet ing is to elect not less than three Di rectors, ae the stockholders presentshall determine. A full attendance of both incorporators and stockholders is re quested. BE0EHTEVENTS. Tbe Denver and Rio Grande Railroad lias been placed In the IibihIs of a re ceiver. The anniversary of the battle of Banker Hill was celebrated on the 17th Instant. Heory XV. Blair was elected to the Senate from New Hampshire on Tues day last. Rumors have been afloat for several days that tbe Pacific Mail Company is in danger ot being closed out. Tbe Iowa Republicans re-nominated Governor Gear and Lieutenant Gover nor Campbell by acclamation. New York City is reported threatened witb yellow fever, two vessels with the disease on board being in the upper bay. Tbe largest "Invoice" of Cbinamen in two years, 1,020, arrived In San Fran cieeo by tbe City of Tokio on the 18th instant. Tbe lo$ee bv the Point Ilr7 fir near Philadelphia, on Wednesday and iNiBiuji, uuiouuteu ;o aonut naif a minion North Adams, Mass., has been visited by a disastrous flood, and the damage Uiroaguoui. iue uistrict amounts to utUMlreus oi inousanus or dollars. Tbe House Labor Committee h HO lift. Order to visit San Francisco and other leading western cities, alter adjourn meat, to take further testimony. Ttaturns to the Department of Acrl nultHre show that tbe averace condition of Wlnler wheat for June Is 00 against 9S last year. The aoreage of Spring wheat Howu Is about four per ceut. iucrease over last Spring. At RnlHilo Gbd. Dakota, on Thursday nlebt, by the sudden rise and overflow , lit, i 11' n ( r. ot JJeaver "ree, tuuow j . ... i .n-.i .i Tutnnnn wprn drowneti. Five minutes from tbe first alarm, the .uIiiiIa nountrv was flooded, and the water subsided almost as suddenly as it rose. Hie number of acres within the forty mile grant limits of the amended and shorter route of the Northern Pacific Railroad through Washington Terri tory to Puget Sound will be four millions less than on the old circular route, which will be restored to tbe public do main r3orl firnnt. alluding to the para graphs about political demonstrations In honorof his return, writes from Slam that he is always sensible of approval of us leiiow-citizens; but any formal dis play wbioh might be construed as a movement for olitical purposes would not be agreeable. The court-martial in the oase of Col onel D. L. Stanley and Colonel XV. B. Hazen has found the former guilty of conduct to the prejudice of good order and military discipline, and sentenced him to tie admonished in general orders by the General of the Army. General Sherman approved the proceedings aud findings aud says: "The officers will re sume thelrrespectlve duties," and adds, "Both parties will be careful that the service be not Injured by a revival of the subject." The most remarkable meeting yet held In honorof William Lloyd Garri son waB in Atlanta. Georgia, on tbe 9th Instant. Bishop Haven presided. The resolutions adopted contained the fol lowing: "From this State and capital, where $5 000 was oflered for the head of tbe gnat pbilautbropist, we rejoice to make this declaration to all tbe land, and call upon all to praise aud serve tbe God who led our Moses to conquer the Pharoah of American slavery, and to make his captives free." The wealthiest single woman In the world is Miss C. I. Wolfe, of New York. She is worth over $10,000,000, and has just returned from a two-years' trip to Europe. She will die some of these years and bequeath this vast sum to colleges for the exclusive education of males. That is the usual finale to such lives. What a ebarm there Is In a elear, smooth complexion ! Tbe ladles are fully alive to this feet, and therefore use O lens's SoLruun Soap, the most desirable purifier of the skin In existence. Com plexlonal delects are entirely removed by It, and local diseases of tbe skin disappear more rapidly through Its Inflaenee than through that of any other external rem edy. The fact is that mow of tbe onguenls, ointments and liquids recommended for dis eases of tbe cuticle are not remedies at all, or, at roost, merely relieve without eradicating tbe malady sought to be cared. This is not the ease with Glenn's Scli'HCk Soap, which does Its work thoroughly, removing every trace of an eruption. It, moreover, speedily heals oM sores, ulcers, cut, braises aud scalds, and Is a reliable disinfectant of clothing or bed linen. Diseases communicable by contact are pre vented by it, and It promptly relieve the twinges of rheumatism and goat. Sold by druggists. Price, 25 cents er eake. OBb box It cakes), 75 cents, tent by mall, prepaid, on receipt of price. C N. CriUenlos, proprietor, 7 Sixth avenue. New York City. "Practical Science. Under the above heading, the St Croix Cou rier, of SC Stephen, X. R. In referring to the analysis of Dr. ItereCs Golden Medieal Dis covery and Sage's Catarrh Remedy, recently made by rroC Chandler, of New York, and others, nays: " Nothing was discovered which we think objectionable, and the published annlvalx Miould Increase, rather than retard, their si.le. To us It seems a little unjust to call a man a quack, simply because be seeks to reaps much pecuniary reward another classes of inventor." Tbe Kngllsh press Is conserva tive, yet, after a careful examination of all the evidence, II not only endorses but recommends the Family Medicines manufactured by Dr Pierce. No remedies ever oflered the alflleted Lstve such perfect satisfaction as Dr. Pierce's Golden Medieal Discovery and Dr. Sage's Ca tarrh Remedy. A CAKIl. To all who are sotlerine from tbe errors and Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, etc, I will send a recipe that will cure you, PRKK OF CIIAItOK. This great remedy was discovered by a mis sionary in South America. Send a self-addressed envelope to the I lev. Joseph T. Ittman, Station D, New York City. 8-98 Certain Cure for Cancer. Mrs. Dr. Mary O. Brown takes this method of saying to the afflicted that she Is in possession of a safe, certain, and painless cure for that most loathsome and terrible disease known as Cancer, In all Its forms and phase. Her remedy la never known to fall. Address Mrs. Dr. Mary O. llrown, Olympla.'W. T. 7JS ew The National Gobi Medal was awarded to Dradley 4 Rurofson for tbe best Photographs in the United States, and the Vienna Medal lor the best In the world. 439 Montgomery street, San Francisco. Hill's llalrand Whisker Dye, biackorbrown, GO cents. MISCELLANEOUS. HOI FOR PUGET SOUND I Grand Excursion on the 24th of June Ilnfe for Ilic Itoiiml Trip from INirtlnml to Son! lie nml Itrtiirn, Lets IPhii Hall I'rlce-Tickets Uuoil till July ISIli. ri'HIS EXCURSION IS OOTTEJf OP UNDKR J ine auspires ol tlie Methodist Kpl'eopel Church, but Is for the benefit and accninmoda Don of evenrbodr. The time is nmnlUotM. The days are the longest; the nights are moon- iiftm; mi is Hsiiswiurcwtsu; it is too eany for smoke. Tlie benedts are numerous Infor mation, health, tileasure. economv. The ob ject Is most worthy To help In the liquidation oi a cnurcu oeoc I'ersoos atone ine line or the O.AC. IX. R. will mr full tare to Portland and be returned iree to tbe station Irom which they ill upon eerUSeateor Rev. Isaac Dillon, of Seattle. Tkikels for the round trip, only 350 each; ebllften under IS, half pHee. For sale at J. K. uiii a tun, rwraumi. NEW MARKET. NEW ENGLAND MARKET (Formerly Amador), Corner of Xortli I'nurlli ami V. streets. vHirtSt''1 ih lOWUST I-OSSIISM-L? lZSl rSffe SBMk1 Salt MshU. Ioul Sndlrf s"? A-" Henry Ames A Co.'s JsL""t- bL',1.u'"..stHr,'r-1 Hams, ami H.Tvaler,br?nVKXlni JIa"18' lb OsTOIveusa call. SEW KNOIND MARKBT. S. A. NEPPACH, Plitirmtioixt, Dealer In DRUGS. CHEMICALS AND MEDICINES. DEUrsClIE APOTIIEKK. Corner First and Oak streets. Portland, Or. Physicians' s Prescriptions Prepared hours. Day or NlgbtT at all Ice Cream and Soda Water I ALISKY At HECELE'S PREMIUM CAXDT MAXUFACT0UT, First St-, beU Alder nnd Morrison. 5-38 CHRIS. K CLOTH TNVITES HIS OLD FATRONS AND THE j. i-uoiic generauy 10 cajt at ills NEW BUTCHER SHOP, Washington at., one door east of Third. DRY GOODS AXD MILLINERY. HOSIERY IToi UtnlicH, HOSIERY ITor Gciitlcmcii, HOSIERY IToi CHilclrciis HOSIERY JPov All , UXSUJIPASSBD ASSORTMENTS, JIOOXEY .V- VAtKXTIXirS. 103 First street, uear Taylor. 8-K GREAT DISPLAY! "THE WHITE HOUSE!" MILLIXERT GOODS! The Very Latest Stylos Direct from NEW YORK. I'Loirsns, itnmoNs, filvtiieum, Etc., In all New Colors and Shades. HATS AND BON'XETS In alt the New Shape", trimmed to order by an AeeompHshed Milliner. PATTERN HATS IN ELEGANT VARIETY. A Carefully Selected Stock ot FASHIONABLE SPRING DRESS GOODS, TIES, OLIVES. RUOIIINOS, BUTTONS, AND FRINGES. Merchants from the Interior are respectfully Invited to Ins peot our goods before purchasing their Spring supplies. I.r.WIS A KTKAIISN. H) No. H7 First Street. SPRING OPENING! We are now reestvfng OTJK. SPRING STOCK ! Conststlncof lull lines of . Toreign and Domestic Dry Goods, LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS AND NOTIONS. The above goods have been s el Baled with great care, bought to the best advantage, and are offered at the very lowest prices. An In spection is respectfully sotteMed. We aie at ways glad to show goods. OLDS & KING, 8 No. 1(7 Tblrd street, Portland, Or. 3 SUMMER MILLINERY I JIKS. J. NTEl'lIBNSO-C Has Just received a large addition to Iter stock, consisting ot au eiegani variety oi SUMMER MILLINERY ! HAVING ENGAGED MISS FULTON, a Imullne milliner of i-an Franelseo. we otler the Latest and Choicest Styles la tbe city at Hie LOWEST ItWKS. Apprentice girl wanted Immediately. Six large rooms lo let. MRS. J. RTE PII ENSON, No. 217 First L, bet. Main and Madlsou, 8-33 SOMETHING NEW FOR PORTLAND! PURE MILK AND CREAM! It.VII.ItOAll MII.K DKl'tIT! BUTTER MILK and SOUR MILK always on hand. . 8-83 FARWKLL A GILKBY. OREGON TRANSFER COMPANY General Forwarding and Commission. Fretabtnnd baqcage forwarded and delivered with ill. patch. Pianos nnd Furniture moved. Orders far Hacks Promptly Attended to, Day OiHre-S.1V. Cor. Second nnd Stark Sis. er Mark, Care of O. T. Oo. 7-5S IIH. J. o. OLENN, Xcutist, Southwest corner First and Yamhill PORTLAND, OREOON. MISCELIiAIvEOUS. FISHEL &. ROBERTS, LEADING CLOTHIERS, HATTERS, ASD MERCHANT TAILORS, Corner ol First nnd Alder streets. PORTLAND. OREO JN. THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK! THE MOST FASHIONABLE STOCK! THE LOWEST Pit ICES Of any House In the Slate. EVERY GARMENT WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED FINIICL A- ltOIil'.KTS, Coruer First nml Alder Streets. 6-e SINGER SINGER SINGER Sewing Machines! Sewing Machines! Sewing Machines! GREAT REDUCTION! GREAT REDUCTION! These popular Machines are now sold greatly reduced prices. Call or send for price before purchasing any other. Machines sold on note or lease, and a liberal discount for cash. THE SINtir.lt JI'I'O COJI1MXY, WILLIS a FRY, Manager, m First street. between Yamhill and Taylor 7 Portland, Oregon. l PROF. E. COOK, H AVISO SEVERED HIS CONNECTION with the Oiegon Conservatory of Music, bus opened MUSIC PARLORS Ou I'lrst St., bet. Jlnlu auil Snliiiou, Over the Mnslr Store ot llobblns Yates, ami Is prepared to tracti I'lano.urgan, voice uaira Ing, Singing, Thoronirh ILassand ilarmony. Annlleatlons may be made at the MusJeMMre of D. W. lreiillre A Co., Rohblns A Yates, or at Morse's I ii! ace or An. in.r rwlr thTfin.li llii. (viurtAsv i,r 1 r. Jas. MmI. Rev. J. A. Cruxan and 1). V. Prentice t Co., begs leave to refer to these gentlemen as to personal cuaracieranuproiessionai auiiiiy.s'4 EMPIRE BAKERY. CARL VOOS, (Successor to Teler Wagner), Manufacturer of Bread, Cakes, Pastry, Pilot Bread, Soda, Picnic, Butter, Boston, Sugar and Shoo Fly CRACKERS, JENNY UNO CAKES, CINCER SNAPS, ETC. 31 Washington street, Portland Ogn. a-Orders from the Trade solicited. PORTLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. ItOOJI.H t'orurr First runt Stark Nta over Ladd A Tllton's Bank. Contains Orcr Elgbt Thousand I'notce nooks AU. Over 100 raprs and 'Martzines. MEMBERSHIP FREE TO ALL Monthly Dues; 01 00 I'nynblc nnrlerly DiarcTORS Win. 8. Lndd. P. C Pehuvler. Jr. M. P. Deadr, 11. W. Corhett, W. 11. IlrackeU. .- c oibbstii ii. wis, n. v. t-ecnuetmer.it. Falling, L. Blum. Officers MATTHEW P. DEADY -President It FAILING. Vice Iresldent C. SCHUYI.KH-J .Tree su ret M.W. FECIIIIKIMER. Corresponding Hec HENRY A. OXER Librarian and Rec (ec G. NEIMEYER, MERCHANT TAILOR, First street, bet. Asli nml l'lne. TTEEPS CONS TANTLY ON HAND A FINE J.V and compIete-stocK or SCOTCH, ENGLISH, FRENCH & DOMESTIC GOODS nbHih areunsb.passd,and which ho will make up 8 AT COST PRICES. 31 GOTO THE AURORA RESTAURANT, Northeast cor. Front and Alder streets, The only place In Portland where you can get A GOOD SQUARE MEAL 8 Tor 25 Cents. & W. 3. QUINN, MERCHANT TAILOR, Stark street, between First and Second, PORTLAND, OREGON. SUITS MADE TO ORDER in the Latest Style, and guaranteed to give satisfaction THE NEW NORTHWEST. X1XI11 YEAR OF rUBLICATlOX! THE NEW NORTHWEST, A Weekly Journal DEVQTEO TO THE PEOPLE'S BEST INTERESTS I Independent In Politics nnd Religion! 'HIS WELL-KNOWN WEEKLY JOUR " nal begins Its Ninth Year of Publication with Its Issue ot May 1st, 1S7, under the busi ness management ol the Dun I way Toblisii iso Com r any, to whom all letters connected with tbe Editorial, Advertising or Subscription Departments ot the paper are lo be hereafter directed. The New Northwest Is not a Woman's Rights, but a Human Rights organ, devoted to whatever policy may be necessary to sedUro the greatest good to the' greatest number. It knows no sex, no polities, no religion, no party, no color, no creed. Its foundation Is fastened upon the rock or Eternal Liberty, Universal Emancipation and Untrammeled Progression. OFFIOB OF PUBLIOATION-Soutfiwest cor ner or Front and Washington Streets, (up stairs), Te rtland, Oregon. TimOIIAlOllNCrSHRIALSTORY, "HLIX0Ii 2V0HT0X," lit- MRS. MARY ailANB SMITH, Was eomnisoeesl In our iseos of May Sth, MRS. DUNIWAVS peculiarly original style of Editorial Correspondence will continue from week to week lo attract thousands ot readers, and Editorials are promised upon all the leading topics of the day. CORRE SPONDENTS are also employed to furnish weekly letters from Washington, New York and various parts of Europe. ' No pains will be spared to make THE NEW NORTHWEST the leading newspaper of Its class In America. Its literature Is always moral In tone and instructive and elevating In character, and Is sought after by tbe best and roost Intelligent olass of readers. As a medium for Advertising, this Journal has no superiors. NOW IS THE 1IME TO SUBSCRIBE! SUBSCRIPTION RATES, IN ADVANCE: Single copies, one year- -J3 0) Six months - 1 50 -10) Three months I.IIIKRAI. INDVCKJIKXTS Agents and Canvassers I SEND IN YOUR ORDERS EARLY I Rally. Friends, to trie Snpport orilarnnn tllil- niid Tlie People's Paper. DUNIWAY I'UDLISHINO COMPANY, Corner of Front and Washington streets (en trance on Washington), Portland, Or. MISCELLANEOUS. FLEISCHNEE, MAYEE. & CO., Front and First streets, bt.A.h and A, Importers and Wholesale Dealers. SPRING SEASON. M R. MAYER HAS MADE VERY BXTBN slve pureuasesora iuii una oi MILLINEEY Q00DS, Direct from tbe Manufsetnrsrs and Importers In New York. Our Stock will liuastsf ol the latest styles and shades of JTeutliox-K Jintl X?lli,iti3i-, f French Flowers Hats, Shapes, Ribbons, Flain, Gros Grain and Fancy, Silks, Velvets, etc., etc., To which we Invite tbe attention of the Milli nery Trade of Oregon and Washington Terri tory. Being the only Wholesale House In tee State Importing MILLINERY GOODS direct from New York, we will be prepared to offer extra Inducements to our Friends and Patrons. OREGON FDKXITllRE 3IAXUFACTURIXC C05IPAXI, Manufacturers of DL7,TJ3EL3NrX-3?TJDELE3 , And dealers In CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, MATS, RUOS, CURTAINS, WALL PArSR, SPRING BEDS, HAIR MATTRESSES, Etc Sales-rooms, Corner First and Yamhill Sis., Steam Pn dory. Corner Front ami MadleenSts, PORTLAND, OREGON. 8$ Portland to San Francisco. Carry itif- lr. S. Mall and Wells, Fargo i- Co.'s Express. The Oretrnn Steamship Comnanv and Pa cific Coast steamship Comnanv will dispatch. every n ve nays, for tne anove port, one oi tneir new auu elegant a i iron steamsnips, viz: THE OREGON, GEO. W. ELDER, AND STATE OF CALIFORNIA, SAILING DAYS-Jane 3, S, 13, IS, 23, 2S. THROUGH TICKETS sold to all the prlnd nal Cities In the Untied States and Canada. Fo r pa rt ten la rs for Fassa ge and Frelg b t, a p ply to u. v . t.UIL.t'.ll, Agent !!... tXL, Corner F and Front Sts.. Inrtland, Or J. McCRaKEN A Co., Agts P.C.S. S.CO;, (JO. ! and 61 North Front SL, Port land, Or. 8-8 COBBETT'S LIVERY, HACK AND FEED STABLES, Cor. Second and Taylor streets. Reasonable Chanres for Hack orders promptly attended. Day or Night. 1VOOIVAItr A ?lAGO).V. Prop's. . $-31 PIONEER WOOD-YARD, Fxt ot Yamhill street. JULIUS SOBEXSEN. ALL KINDS OF WOOD, Sawed and nnsawed, constantly on hand, and 5 dejl vered to any part of the oily. 27 BARBER & NICKLIN. DENTISTS. (Successors to J. H. Haleh.) No, 109 First street, Portland, Oregon. NOTICE. rriHK UNDERSIGN!!. Tc Tiwvn miin X Of Portland-n4flrn him .fnUMt..i.. the liberal patronage that has been bestowed, and would bespeak for his mssnnnn rmin. uance of tbe same. Doth Drs. Barber & Nlek- iiu are Kenuemen in every way worthy orally confidence that may be placed In them, and as such I can conscientiously recommend them w mijf luriuer menus ana patrons. 6-21 J. H. HATCH. MISCELLANEOUS. Importers, Jobbers, and Re tail Dealers IS GENERAL MERCHANDISE! On Second Centennial I The MtdsUa Htrees. Block. Store. Between . Morrison and Yamhill streets. In order to make room tor oar BTsCW SPREVG STOCK : We nave made StVfrisin; Reduction in prices IN ALL DEPARTMENTS. Dry Goods! Dry Goods! Dry Goods! Dry Goods! Dry Goods 1 Dry Goods! DHY GOODS Dry Goods! Dry Goods! Dry Goods! Dry Goods! Dry Ooe! Dry Goodet --AND FANCY GOODS! Silks, Novelties, Clothing, ami FURNISHING GOODS! Hats and Caps, Ulsters and Overcoats, will all tws soiu at Astonishing low Prices. BOOTS AND SHOES Grocerr Department Connected, GREAT AMERICAN STORE. COMSTtK'K A 1'FX.UGrjK, Second street, between Morrison and Yamhill, Portland. S6 JOHN A. BECK, WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER. 119 Front street, Portland. Oregon. Pine Assortment of CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, AND SPECTACLES At LOW PRICES. Iam elllne American Watches at EASTERN PRICE", with Wells Farco charge added. NO HUMBUG! Seth Thomas' Clocks at Old Rates. REPAIRING a Specialty. In Prices I Defy Competition. S-S BENKERT'5? BOOTS WIBERG & KIERNAN'S, 115 Front street. PORTLAND 9RHGON S-17 CATARRH POSITIVELY CURED ! DR. JAMES KECK, THE CELEBRATED Catarrh Doctor, of Chicago, formerly of Aurora, Illinois, Is now located in Portland, Oregon, where be Rives (at his office ) a FREE TRIAL of a SURE CURE FOR CATARRH. The Doctor treats successfully all Chronic eer without pain: has a never-tailing cure for revan ana auub. Jieuicines sent io ail parts of the country, and all proper questions answered through the malls promptly by en eloslng two stain ps. Office Consultation FREE. Write, or call and see the Doctor if you are needln: medical aid. Office MrowbridKe's Bulldlns;,eoroermand Alder streets, north of Town Clock, rooms No.'s 11 and 11, second floor. OlHce hours From a. x. to 12 M., and from 1 to S, and 8 to 8 r. m. Sundays, 1 to I f. M. I-ost OlHce Box Ml -l ATTO UXE YS-AT-LA W. W.C.JOHNSO.-. P.O.Jt'COWX. I.A.MACHOX. JOHKSON M'COWH & MACRUM, Attorneys and Counselors -at-Law Mill Practice In all the Courts of tbe Stale. Loans Made on Reasonable Terms. Collec tions. Ineliidlne: Rents of Issrtlnnd Pronertv promptly made. A hs tracts furnished, and Ileal Estate I -cased, Dooght and Sold In Mult nomah and Clackamas counties. Particular Attention irrren to bnslness In the V. a. Land OtSee, Oreson City. Offices Monnastes' Brick, First street, Port land, Oregon, and Main street, Oregon City. e- JOU.V II. MITCIIEtU BALPB M. DEStEST. MITCHELL & DEMENT, Attorncys-at-Law. OFPICK-Corner First and Morrison streets. rooms former!- MMtnlcil t.v RaekktAls. 1hetnr Gallery. J. s. DOLPII. jos. srnoN. C A. MUU. E. a BHOSAUGII. dolpu, Br.uN.vcan, dolpii a simo Attornovs-at-Law ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE, PORTLAND. O-lfttf JNO. M. DALY, Attorney-at-iaw DALLAS, OREGON, WILL rBACTICK IN THE DISTRICT AND United Stales Court. 6-S JOHN It. CIIITES. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AN D No tary Public. Office Room 15. Dekunis' liulldlnir. First street,' Portland, Oregon. Col lections promptly made. 8-Si