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.JULY 10, ISTt.
The Daily Bee will soon have a new
The State of California left Astoria
Dr. Dillon insde shoot $400 clear ou
tbe Puget Sound excuntioo.
Ron. Heory Falling nd tlauglitero
have sailed for Europe froru New York.
Ueo. E. B. Babbitt, who was stricken
with paralysis a short time since, Is bet
ter. Several floe dwellings are belnj; built
in diflartmt parts of the elty by prornl-
. .1 . -e'la.
t .. ui. Crabee, of Seattle, V. T.,
h -. i "-i-nger by the Oregon ou Tues
' .ty uiorinriK.
Uoirf-rnor Thayer has pardoned two
more coo lets, John Harpole awl Ed
uardBetonfe. Owing to tbe saperior flnish and excel
lence of work; Abel I stands pre-emiueut
an a Dootoeraitner. utve mm a
The fourth annual meeting of the
Onna Ktate Horaosnathle Medical So
i-'ty m bekl In this oity during tbe
The State fair win commence
Wedoeadajr, Ooteber 1st. It will con
tinue Until Thursday, the 9th, and pos-
' Tj- f-VsreetCtiureh lias a ju ven
lit teiaprrai oe organisation, with Mas
ter Frank Xorthrup President aud Judge
capita, jr., secretary.
The i a Doctor who was recently cnl
leeUnc maoey in parts of this State for
BahMrtptiena to tbe Oakland Journal of
raMMB, naa been captured.
Tba display of fireworks, which was
prevented on tbe evening of the Fourth
by the rain, will be given next Satur
day night at East Portlnnd Park.
Two men, Beb Elder and Clias. Wil
son, eererety beat F. It. Neal In East
PoHMM an Uie Fourth, and then left.
Tbey bare Dot yet been captured.
A MHibM of prizes have been secured
for the printers' picnic, to be given on
the 1Mb, and are ou exhibition at Fishel
ft Koeerta'eiottnng establishment.
Tbe Ore MB carried awav the largest
shipment of wool ever made from tliin
port on Toetday morning 2,000 bales of
aw pounoa aaeft, valued at over $60,000.
J. K. urn Ob. Will occupy quarters
m " w qiook on jpirst street, be
tween Stark aad Oak. The entrance to
riii-ir wholesale department will be on
-iara si reca
ll. H. Thompson won the silver
trumpet for tbe best time made in the
foot-race In J-aM Portland on tbe Fourth
fter eoneiderable squabbling, It was
Kemenyi will make bis farewell ap
I rarauoe at New Market Theater next
Saturday evening. It is to be hoped be
will be met with as large an audience
us b! merit deserves.
Tbe Xaiiowd Employment Bureau is
at the eottafce, 107 Morrison street, op
posite the jiwt offie. Mrs. Kill Jones
aperhttene the ladies' department. J.
Koaeen J ones, manager.
Ex-8enator Mitchell has sailed for
Han FraneUeo en a business trip, which
may perbapc take him as far east us
Ogdeb, in Vhteli event he will return
borne by wmy of Eastern Oregon.
Mailers. H. W. Corbett, J. X. Dolph
andX. KMtar have been elected 1)1 ree
tMifMmO. S. 2. Co., f fill tbe vacan-1
el aa wanted by the resignation of Messrs. I
W. 8. Ladd, "Walter Thompson aud
Geo. J. AJnsworth.
Notice the advertisement of Tbomp
soo, DeHart & Oo. Theirs is the most
extensive hardware business in the
Htate, oeonnylag all the stories of the
buiMlBjg rannfng from Front to First
street, an Yamhill.
J. M. BeagardiHir, convicted of
forgery, epewAs his time in writing
"tnmtnga." He will have other occu
pation at Salem. Too bad a man of his
edoeation and command of language
abould be so lackiug in principle.
There having been some dissatisfac
tion among tbe foot-racers at the result
of tbe contest in Bast Portland last Fri
day, Mother prize has been ottered, a
Uver ice-piveber, to be competed for
nextfianday at East Portland Park.
People In need of any kind of staple
dry roods or groceries will do well to
patronise tbe Great American Store of
Oometock ft rtlucer, who are making a
forced sale of their goods. Second
afreet, between Morrison and Yamhill.
A young hardware merchant of Tur
11018 Station, named Haletead, disap
peared a week ago, and nothing has
lite been .heard of his whereabouts.
His brother has been in Portland for
several days trying to learn something
of him. He left a wife and three chil
dren. Mr. E. Conklin, a representative of
Prank Laalie'a New York publishing
booae, la vial t log tbe Pacific Northwest,
gatborioc material for a publication en
titled, "Tbe PiotureHiue Northwest," to
be israed in 1880. He will pass the
Summer In Portland, and all communi
cations will reach him here.
Mr. Bucbtel, the popular photogra
pher, bas refitted and beautified his gal
lery, corner First and Morrison streets.
His ekylight la the finest in the State,
and ia tbe only one that will permit
taking fine pi eta res at all hours of the
day and In all classes of weather. Noth
ing bet firat-claas work allowed tcrleave
Among the passengers from Sitka,
Alaaka, to this eity by the steamer Cal
ifornia, waa Mies Sallle Ball, who is
probably tbe youngest Government
official holding a commission in the
VnMed Bute. The little miss, tbougli
but twelve years of ace. Is the dulv an
notated postmistress of Sitka, and the
manner iu which every detail of her
office la attended to Is worthy of adap
tion by more than one of the "Nashya"
of this State.
The changeable weather worries the
local itemiaer on ou of tbe morning
PPf Mondy .was cool, and ho wrote,
"Still cool aod cloudy" wi,ieh appeared
Tuesday, and Tuemlay was "awfully
warm." Tuesday he wrote. Thi. L-ir,Tt
of weather will send people whirling to
tbe aeaeide," which appeared Wednes
day, and Wednesday was quite cool and
cl'iudr. Morniug. noon and nlcht mil.
tioos are reanired to enable him to de.
acribe the weather without havlug his
Tbe trustee of Willamette University
almost, unanimously accepted Professor
Gatcb'a terns, after a stormy debate.
He is now aaJti to have power to employ
his own assistants, and to assume the
financial control of the iustltution as
well as tbe educational. If he can can
01 his engagement with the State Unl
veralty and as-time charge of the Salem
mMitutu o, we will ee whether, in his
e .Urol tbe financial affairs of the
- .ool. Li- win" deal justly with women,
'left :i,i'B as the majority of mascu
. .;(- i i rectors are doing.
Although an earneat advoeale of the
perm-nance and lodiseolublllty oi me
marriage tie. our old friend, 31. . "u
bolt, of ihR Dayton Xowt. Is unable to
make Individual application of his the
ory, and has been agaiu thrown upon
the matrimonial market by divorce.
They do say that ho fees preachers by
the year for marrying him, and lawyers
In thesamo way for untyiug the knot.
Itl'-S1,UTH.S OP KKSI-ECr
Adopted by tbe Sabbath school of Foreu
drove, Oregon, on tbe death of MtM ElTta
AVnr.BEts, It has nleaaed the AHwtee God.
oar Father, wbooe thoughts are not our
iihhikiiu, wime ways are not our wart, and
wuo weu noi as man Mem, to Uike from us
our leimw-iaoorer, uivia 1 1. rearnMde.
i(ewirea, loai in uer ueain we reel tlutt the
ramllr elrrle in denrlTt nr n dnHful liiiitr
auu an aneciunau iUr, society a kind aud
syuipallilzinic mend, the cause of Chrlfct a con
sistent follower, our public wboolt an enirlent
teaeher.and tbe Sunday xcliool an earueot and
Itesolved. Tliatln the lonnf her brleht anil
active mind, her pure and gentle spirit and
uer steaanui moral influence, onr only com
pensation Is the nearer tireaenm and mora
constant sympathy of the Christ that made her
me niiu ii was; mat tnousli the youth and
strength and beauty which has been so famil
iar to our sight Is now taken away forever, yet
We th&nk oar Father InrvhBL It hMntflm
uu w main inai with Ills help we will ae
vetop In our lire those traits which so en
deared her to all, so that. In the end, we, her
companions and scholars In the school, her
friends and relative, may realise thalOod do
eth all things well and more than heals tbe
deepest wounds of those hearts that fully trust
II I m. Mise S. E. IIowl.bt,
MBS. H. ltOBRRIB,
s. T. Walkkb, Committee.
Fruqcent use of rfunder Oregon Blood
Partner restores tbe bloom of youth to fading
cheeks. Those who use It require no powder
or paint. Try It.
NEW THIS WEEK.
AT THE 8T08R OF
COMSTOCK & PFLUCER,
Between Morrtaoa and Yamhill streats.
Great Slaughter and Sacrifice!
or their lata
I 2FL"5T G-0OXS2
BOOTS AND 3H0KH,
BONA FIDE CLEARANCE SALE!
Goods Almost Given Away for Nothing.
THE GREATEST BARGAINS
BveroMrad la tfceettjr.
GOODS MUST BR SOLD
At most any nrtea. The Bios H lieait aad
complete In all lines, ami Is the lanM
ever sold tn the dsy am at
cojlSTtitiit a l'l'l.U:i:it,
Second straat, batwesa Montoost and Yamhill,
s roruana. -
K. H. THCMHA.V.
W. & THQMl-sON.
K. J. JK HART.
Thompson, De Hart & Co.,
IMPORTERS AND BBAUBtS IX
HARDWARE, IRON & STEEL,
Carriage and Wagon Materials,
U.UID1V00D LUMBER, HUBS, SrOKES, ic.
1I I'lrt A 13 Trout St., ror. Taniblll,
THIRD ANNUAL PICNIC!
Saturday, July 19, 1S79.
THE ELEGANT STEAMER "LURLINE"
Will leaTe tbe loot of Alder street at 9 oloek
Muolc by the tVnhliIBton tinnrd Band.
No expense will be spared to add to the com-
wn nnu ftiwiire oi toe excureloahNa.
Foot KaclDK for ladles and irenU,
Trial ot skill at arebery lor ladles,
Jumping, etc., etc.
Prises on exhibition at Fishel A Roberts' win-
Uem'sTMKets I Ladles' Tickets 50c
Can be bad of tbe Printers and at tbe
Committee of Arrangements:
C. J. Christie, II. W. Cashing, Jos-T. Haynes.
J-McCormlck, U. l X'erry, K. MathesonJ
Ixint Meieu I'onuiU la Three Weeks.
Allan's Aatl-rat la a aeaelne matletae. and
will reduce corpulency from two to five poands
per week; Is purely vegetable and perfectly
harmless, acting entirely upon the food In tbe
stomach, preventing the formation of fat. It
Is also a positive remedy tor dyspepsia and
Bostok, Mass., February It, KM.
Botanic Medicine Co., Buffalo, ST. Y.
Gentlemen: The lady alluded to tost seven
pounds In three weeks, by the use of Allan's
Anti-Fat. Yours truly,
SMITH, DOOIJTTLK A SMITH.
Wbolesal e d rugglsts.
Why submit to the dteomlbrt and humilia
tion entailed by a local disease of the skin
when Glenn's Scli-huh Soap will rid you of
It with certainty and dispatch? It Isa remedy
wbleh never falls to relieve cutaneous disease,
and as a means of banishing defects of tbe
complexion lllsenually reliable. The benefits
arising from the u-e of sulphur baths, tn ca
or skin disease and of rheumatism and gout,
are well known, but the cost Is too heavy to be
Incurred by many persons wlH would other
wise lake advantage of them. GLENN'S SUL
PHUR Soap answers the same purpose, and Is
both Inexpensive and convenient. No one
need stir abroad In search of a sulphur bath
who has this means of providing one ln-doors.
It Is Incomparably the best deodorizer and
disinfectant of clothing and bed linen In use,
and prevent diseases of an obnoxious nature
caused by contact. Sores, ulcers, braises.
scalds, cuts and sprains are promptly remedied
by it; and iu cleanly, healing and soothing
properties constitute It a far more desirable
remedy for scorbutic ailments than ointments
of any description, since such greasy com
pounds soil the clothing, often aggravate,
and very rarely Indeed do any perawaeal
good. Sold by druggists. Pries, S ee
per cake. Out box IS cakes), 7t eeets,
sent by mall, prepaid, on receiptor pttea. C
T. Crittenton, proprietor,? Sixth avenue, Kew
To all who are suffering from tbe errors and
Indiscretions of youth, nerTous weakness, early
decay, loss of manhood, etc, I will send x
recipe that will cure you. Fit ICR OF CHAKGK.
This great remedy was discovered by a mis
sionary In South America. Send a self-ad
dresed envelope to the Ilev. Joseph T. Ionian,
Station D, New York, City. -
t'ertnlu Cure for Cancer.
Mrs. Dr. Mary O. Brown takes this method of
saying to tbe amieled that she is In possession
of a saf, certain, and painless cute for that
most loathsome and terrible disease known as
Cancer, in all Its forms and phases. Her
remedy is never known to fall. Address Mrs.
Dr. Mary O. Brown, Olympta.W.T. 7-3
09 The National Gold Medal was awarded
to Bradley d: Rulofson for the best Photographs
In the United Slates, and the Vienna Medal
lor the best In the world. 129 Montgomery
street, San Francisco.
Hill's Ilalrand Whisker Dye, black or brown,
DRY GOODS AXD MILLIXERY.
LADIES' LINEN SUITS AND DUSTERS
AT TUB LOWBST PRICKS.
PIQUES, LAWNS & GRENADINES
IN TUB BUST VALUHK
FANS, PARASOLS AND SEASONABLE UNDERWEAR,
NBW AND CHEAP.
TUB BBST BAnGAINS IN
BLACK DRESS AND TRIMMING SILKS
BVKil OFPKIIBD IN OltBQON.
OLDS & KING,
No. 117 Third street. Portland, Oregon.
'THE WHITE HOUSE!"
Tho Very Latost Stylos
Direct from NEW YORK.
ri.owr.its, itniitoN.s, filitihiiw, kic.,
In all New Colors and Shade.
HATS AND BOXNETS
In all the New Shapes, trimmed to order by
an Accomplished Milliner.
PATTERN HATS IN ELEGANT VARIETY,
A Carefully Selected Stock of
FASHIONABLE SPRING DRESS GOODS,
TIES, GI.OVRS, RUCHINOS, BUTTONS
Merchants from the Interior are rospeetfally
Invited to Inspect our goods before pnrcliasttw
LEWIS A STIt.VU.SS.
SK 7 1'ln.t Street.
MILS. J. .STEI'IIEXSOX
J stlnTo? a,1J,Uon oer.
consisting of an elegant variety of
SUMMER MILLINERY !
TT4XI:f0 ENGAGED MISS FULTON, a
St-.TTi .1 J?1"1? of rranelsoo, we
Apprentice girl wanted Immediately,
hlx large rooms to let.
, MRS. J. STEPHENSON,
2o. 217 First at, bet. Main and Madison.
FISHEL & ROBERTS,
Corner ol First nnd Alder streets.
PORTLAND, OREO JN.
THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK !
THE MOST FASHIONABLE STOCK!
THE LOWEST I'll ICES
Of any Uone In the Stale.
EVERY GARMENT WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED
I l.SIII.I. At It o hurts.
Corner 11 rt nnd Alder Streets.
These popular Machines are now sold
greatly reduced prices. Call or send for price
before purchatlng any other.
Machines sold on note or lease, and a liberal
discount for cash.
THE M.NGEH MTfl COMPANY,
WILUS a FRY, Manager,
1S First street, between Yamhill and Taylor
On aiii.iuiu.i oa., i j. m.v.' i, uiicr
gnn, respectfully requests all the readers of
the New "Northwest who hnve work In his
line to call upon or address him. Estimates
given on applU-atlon, and all Inquiries
promptly answered. s-tl
33 -OOT S
WIBERQ & KIERNAN'S,
113 Front nlrrel.
OREGON TRANSFER COMPANY
General Forwarding and Commission,
Fre!ehtnndba?zare forwarded and delivered
with dispatch. Pianos and Furniture moved.
Orders for Hacks Promptly Attended to, Day
onlce-.N. W. Cor. .Second nnd Stnrk Sin.
BW Mark, Care of O. T. Co. 7-
SOMETHING NEW FOR PORTLAND!
PURE MILK AND CREAM!
IIAII.UOAII Jlll.Ii DEPOT!
BUTTER MILK and SOUR MILK always on
FARWELL A GILKEY.
0. CONRAD HAS REMOVED
usssssTI Iff 1 1 1 mill
Djrclns and Cleaning Establishment
From 25 Second street to No. 10 Salmon, be
tween first anu rronu tHl
Ico Cream and Soda Water I
ALISKY &. HECELE'S
PUEMIUM CA.VDT JIAXUF1CT0KT,
l'lrt.S!., bet. Alder nud 3Iorrlou.
THE AURORA RESTAURANT,
Northeast cor. Front and Alder streets,
The only place In Portland where you can get
A GOOD SQUARE MEAL
6 For 25 Cents. 35
W. J. QUINN,
Stark street, between First and Second,
SUITS MADE TO O It D E It
tn tbe Latest Style, and guaianteed to give
TNVITES HIS OLD PATRONS AND THE
X HDIIO pnu w call ai U1S
NEW BUTCHER SHOP,
Washington St., one door eaat of Third.
THE NEW NORTHWEST.
XIXTU TE1U OF PUBLI01TI0XI
THE NEW NORTHWEST,
A Weekly Journal
DEVDTEQ TO THE PEOPLE'S BEST INTERESTS I
Independent In Politics and Religion!
riMIIS WELIKNOWN WEEKLY JOUR
nal begins Its Nintn learoi i-uuneauon
with Its Issue oi May lst.lSW, under the bus!
ness management oi the Dumway Ponusn
iso CoJtrAsr, to whom all letters connected
with the Editorial, Advertising or Subscription
Departments of the pa per are to be hereafter
The New Nortuwest Is not a Woman's
Rights, but a Human Rights organ, devoted
to whatever policy may be necessary to secure
the greatest good to the greatest number. It
knows no ser, no polities, no religion, no party,
no color, no creed. Its foundation is fastened
upon the rock of Eternal Liberty, Universal
Emancipation and Untrammeled Progression.
OFFICE OF POniJCATION-Soutbwest cor
ner of Front and Washington Streets, fup-
stairs), Portland, Oregon.
TUB OUARMING SBRIAL STORY,
Uv MUS. MARY. SHANK SMITH,
Was earn men eed In our issue of May Mb,
MRS. DUNIWAY'S peculiarly original style
of Editorial Correspondence will continue
from week to week to attract thousands ot
readers, ahd 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
ebaraeter, and Is sought after by the best and
most Intelligent class of readers. As a medium
for Advertising, this Journal has no superiors.
HOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE!
SORSOniPTION RATES, IN ADVANCE:
Single copies, one year-
Agents and Canvassers I
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS EARLY I
Rally, Friends, to the Support orHnman
Illgliti soil The People" Paper.
DUNIWAY PUBUSniNO COMPANY,
Corner of Front and' Washington streets (en
trance on Washington, Portland, Or.
FLEISCHNER, MAYER & CO.,
Front and First streets, bet. Ash and A,
Importers anil Wholesale Dealers.
R. MAYER HAS MADE VERY KXTEN-
Tirppi rmm thR Mnnnfi&eUirerg and Importers
In New YorV. Oar Stock lll etmefetl oi the
-.latest styles ami suauen oi
JTentlicrK aud ?lumcK
Klbbons, rialn, Gros Grain and Fancy,
Silks, Vehcts, etc., etc.,
To wbleh we Invite the attention of the Milli
nery Trade of Oregon and Washington Terri
tory. Being the only WholesaleHouse In me State
Importing MILLINERY GOODS direct from
New York, we will be prepared to offer eoctra
Inducements to our Friends and Patrons.
FDKXITUKE HAXUFACTUKIXG COMPlXr,
And dealers In
WALL PAPER, SrRINO BEDS,
HAIR MATTRESSES, Etc.
Sales-rooms, Corner First and Yamhill Sts
Steam Factory, Corner Front and MadisonSts.,
PORTLAND, OREGON. 33 '
Portland to San Francisco.
Carrjln U. S. Hall and Wells, Fargo &
The Oregon Stenmshln Comrjanv and Pa-
elflc Coast Steamship Company will dHpateb,
every nve uays, ior me aoove pon,oue oi tneir
new and elegant A 1 Iron Steamships, vii:
THE OREGON, GEO. W. ELDER, AND
STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
SAILING DAYS June 3, S 13, IS, 23, SS.
THROUGH TICKETS sold to all tbe nrlnel-
pal Cities In the United States and Canada.
to G. W. WEIDLER, Agent O. S. S. Co.,
Corner Fand FrontSts.,Portlnnd,
Or J. McCRAKEN A Co., AKts P.C.S.8.C0.,
CO, G and 61 North Front St., Portland, Or.
LIVERY, HACK AND FEED STABLES,
Cor. Second nnd Taylor itreett.
Reasonable Charges for Wn,aJ5lJ!
Hack orders promptly attended. Day or NlgBt.
WOODWARD .VMACOO.V, Prop's.
Ft ot Yamblll street.
ALL KINDS OF WOOD,
Sawed and unsawed, constantly on hand, and
5 delivered toany part of the city. 17
BARBER &. KICKLIN,
(Successors to J. IL Hatch,)
No. 109 First street, Portland, Oregon.
it IforVttndrew,rn his sincere thanks fot
f-iuhj uiai nas oeen bestowed,
and would bespeak for his successors n contin
uance or the same. Both Drs. Barber 4 Nlck
lln are gentlemen In every way worthy of any
rrC V . J . in mem, an u as
such I can conscientiously recommend them
tt mv Trrm oe frlan . I m a...! .
6-21 J. H. HATCH.
PORTLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
noOMS Corner First and .Stark St.,
over Ladd A Tllton's Bank.
Contslsi Over Eight ThonsaqH Choice Books
Over 100 Papers and Magazines.
MEMBERSHIP FREE TO ALL.
Monthly Dues SI OO Payable Quarterly
ILFVIT i &R DEADY Preswent
M. W. FKCIIIimiiERl.rCorrelhR
HENRY A. OXER SbrarhndReclie-
First street, bet. Ash nud Pine,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FINE
and complete stock of
SCOTCH, ENGLISH, FRENCH & DOMESTIC GOODS
Whteh are nnsh.passed, and which he
will make up
8 AT COST PRICES.
VOSS & FUHR,
(Successor to Peter Wagner),
Bread, Cakes, Pastry, Pilot Bread,
Soda, Picnic, Butter, Boston,
Sugar and Shoo Fly
JENNY UNO CAKES, GINGER SNAPS, ETC.!
SI Washington street, Portland Ogn.
aarOrders from the Trade solicited.
JOHX A. BECK,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
119 Front street, Portland, Oregon.
Fine Assortment of
ClOCXS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, AND SPECTACLES
At LOW PRICES.
I am selling American Watches at EASTERN
PRICBH.wtth Wells Kareo charges added.
NO HUMBUG ! Seth Thomas' Clocks at OKI
REPAIRING a Specialty.
In Prices I Defy Competition. 8-3
CATARRH POSITIVELY CURED !
DR. JAMES KECK, THE CELEBRATED
Catarrh Doctor, of Cbieago, formerly of
Aurora, Illinois, is now located In Portland,
Oregon, where he gives (at bis office) a FREE
TRIAL of a
SURE CURE FOB, CATARRH.
The Doctor treats successfully all Chronic
Diseases and Female Weaknesses: cures Can
cer without pain; has a never-falling cure far
FEVER and AGUE. Medicines sent to all
parts of tbe country, and all proper questions
answered through the malls promptly by en
closing two stamps. Office Consultation FREE.
Write, or cull and see the Doctor If yon are
needing medical aid.
Office btrowbridge's Building.cornerlstand
Alder streets, north or Town Clock, moms
Na's IS and 11, second floor.
Office hours From 9 a. m. to 12 JC, and from 1
to S, and S to 8 F. if. Sundays, 1 to t P. M.
rosi umee uox sw. s-l
NEW ENGLAND MARKET
Corner of North Fourth and E streets.
Ff THIS MARKET YOU WILL FIND AT
all times, and at the LOWEST POSSIBLE
PRICES, Fresh, Smoked and Salt Meats, Poul
try. Lard and Km Also Henrv Ames .t rvi '1
Standard St. Louis Sugar-cored Hams, and
James E. Boyd's Extra Omaha Hams, the
OB Give us a eall.
8- NEW ENGLAND MARKET.
S. A. NEPPACH,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS AND MEDICINES.
Corner First and Oak streets, Portland, Or.
Physicians' Prescriptions Prepared at all
hours, Day or Night. 31
DR. J. G. H1E.V.V,
Southwest corner First and Yamhill
W.C.JOHSSON. r.O.X'OOWN. I.A.MACRBM.
JOHNSON M'COWH & MACRUM,
Attorneys and Counsclors-at-Law
Will Practice inall the Courts of theState.
ip.,T iinuii ABIU1S. UHiee-
promptly made. Abstracts famished, ami
-vlt(u, .uuowu in iiu li
no rnah and Clackamas counties. Particular
vueuuuu given hi oustnese in the U. 8. Land
Office, Oregon City.
Offices Monnajtes' Brick, First street, Port
land, Oregon, and Main street, Oregon City.
JOHS H. MITCUBLI. RALPH St. D-HIST.
MITCHELL & DEMENT,
OFFICE-Corner First ami Morrison streets,
rooms rormerly occupied by BuentePs Picture
J. JI. DOLPH.
E. C BEONAUQII,
C. A. DOLPH.
DOLPB, nitO.VAUGII, DOtPU i SIM 0.1
ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE, PORTLAND.
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ILL PRACTICE IN THE DISTRICT AND
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