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THURSDAY AUGUST 2S, 187.
H0MEXEW8. Sheriff Nbnten lias returned fjmii tlie seaside. Tlie Iron hull of the new railroad ferry la about eotnilelel. Bishop Beott Grammar School will often September 21. Rerireaentative YVliiteaker utrived in tbe city lat eeuiuf. Mr. Claude Thayer, eon of Hi Gov ernor, In seriously III. Captain Oleeo, of Freenort, W. T., was in the city yesterday. Joaquin Miller has placed Maml In a Canadian eouvent school. The East Portland Vbtdiealor la now published hy MeGuIre &, Beard. Surveyors are laying nut plots in the new cemetery near the Red House. The work f laying Iron on the west side road was com nieucetl last Friday. Bishop Haven, win and daughter, sailed on tbe State of California yes terMay. To faclViate the shipment or grain, extra trains will shortly be put on the Kast side road. Theaunual falrof Washington county will commeuee September 22J and con tinue five days. Mr. Tbomes Pralher and wife, of Steilacom, are registered at the St. Charles Hotel. A wharf is to be constructed lek of tbe lie building on the earner of Front aud Ash streets. The t'ttv Surveyor has been provided with an assiotant for two months at $100 per mouth. The Board of Police Commtoioners have euepeuded Officer Joseph Jaskallu for neglect ol duty. Miss Gertie Granville hts been en traeed as soubretle for New Market Theater during tbe coming season The jioliie officers are now required to tie on duty twelve nours at a nine. They have lieeu assigned new beats, The Terpsichorean Club have leased a hall for their own use in Strowbrldge's building during the coming Winter. Hon. Lee Laiighlln. agent of the Xew Northwest at North Yamhill, gave us a pleasant call last Saturday. OwIdk to tbe superior finish and excel leuee of work, A bell stands pre-eminent a Dootoeraiiher. Give him a eall. A stone quarrler id tbe northwestern nart of the city was severely injure) last Saturday forenoon by the caving of a ban. A social entertainment will be given at nytnoutb Church t-morow evening, coroer Fourteenth and K streets. Ad mission free. The High School Is to be removed to the Park building. The present location is better adapted for the school, being more central. Tbe assembly room, hall, aud eveu the stairway at the oiieii temperance meeting were closely packed last Satur day eveniug. The MeOiheny Family were at Hor nellsvllle, N. Y., on tbe 10th. Journals throughout that State give them (Ut tering notices. Mr. Frauz, oi the German Rifle Club, made 32 out of a possible 36, Inst Sun day, tbe second highest score made by a member of the club. Work on the Corbett-FaiHng build ing, on the site of the old Oro Fino Theater, is being rushed, workmen being busy on Sundays. Mr. W. Tj. Chittenden, Assistant Pootmaster, has returned to tbe city, j His wife and his daughter have gone to , Eugene for a short visit. j The State Teachers' institute is discussing the propriety of establishing a State Normal School In connection with the Vniversity at Eugene. Two fireman on the K. 11. Thompson had a shooting scrape on last Friday, but DO damage was done. One of the men, named Ohern, was arrested. Tbe O. S. N. Company have purchased the steamer Northwest. The boat was built by Captain Stump three years ago, to run oonosition to the O. S. N. Co. A team, driven by Mr. Tieroey, a con tractor, ran away on Monday, throwing that gentleman out. Tbe hind wheels passed over him, Injuring him severely. The best hall game of tbe season was played a few days ago between the Wil lainettes and the Hustlers of East Port land, the former winning by a score of 13 too. Tbe city has purchased the property at Heeood and A streets, opposite New Market, and the building lias been moved. Second street will now lie com iaratively straight. A sad eae of destitution is reported from North Portland. A disabled man, named McDougal, with his wife and children, are liviug in extreme poverty on a scow near Weidler's sawmill. Mr. John Gates, Chief Engineer of the O. 8. X. Co., has received a patent on a steam pump. It is becoming a regular item to notice a new invention liateuted by him, ami all are valuable. Work on the new Baptist Church iu East Portland is progressing rapidly, and it will soon be ready for occuncy. It is situated on tbe corner of G and Ninth streets, aud its dimensious are 60x82 feet. A young man, named Charles Gam ble, mysteriously disappeared a few davs neo near Kalatna. lie was tracked to tbe edge of tbe Co weman River. His body was recovered from tbe stream a few days ago. The New York underwriters do not apprehend any danger to the ship Tabor, loaded with Iron, wheels and axles for the west side railroad. She sailed from New York for Portland on Ferbuary 26th, so that she has been out six months. The Jane A. Falklnburg made the fatest time on record between this port and Honolulu on her last trip, both to and from that place. The trip from here to there was made in eleven days, and the voyage back in uioeteen aud a half days. 'Iwo boys, named Cason and TJaley, accused of shooliug a Chinaman In East Portland, had a preliminary examina tion Monday morning before Justiee By bee, and were bound over, each In tbe sum of $150, for trial by the State uircuu uouri. Aa oiu iiaiian oeggar eaned at a South Portland lady's houe the otbei day and asked for something to eat. which was cheerfully given him. She also gave him a coat belonging to her busbaud. Tbe Italiau returned the kindness by stealiog some silverware. The funeral of the respected pioneer. Gaidmer Elliott, ol Canemah, on Sun day, was quite lnrge. Tile boat arrived about uoou from Oregon City, and was met by a delegation of tree Masons, who, vtilli relatives and friends, aeeoni pauied the remains to Lone Fir Ceme tery. It is reported that Mr. Dana W, Pearson, the founder of tbe Resource of Oregon amd VaUuglon TerrUoty, has accepted the position of editor of the Iltaovroe of California. The Journal he 'has established here has given to the world much information regarding the Northwest. There will lie a free dilivery of letters at a quarter past Ave every day except Sunday after October 1st. This delivery will include all letters received by the Oregon and fjalllornla Kailroaa, and also those from The Dalles and Astoria If the boats arive before 4:45. Letters which arrive after 4:45, and all ueirs papers, will be delivered next morning. Mr. Buclitel, the popular photogra pher, has refitted and beautified his gal- Jery, corner First and Morrison streets. Ills Bkylight la the finest in the Slate, and is the only one that will permit taking fine pictures at all hours of the day and in all classes of weather. Noth ing hut first-class work allowed to leave. the gallery. Among the appointments by Bishop Haven, at tho M. K. Conference just closed, are the followinc: J. II. Acton, Taylor-street Church anil editor of the Advonate ; L. A. Banks, Portland Hnll- streetaud Oswego; W. C. Chatlln, Ully Mission; Isaac Dillon, Salem; B.J. Sharp, Oregon City; J. W. Miller, Hubbard ; Wm. Roberts, Missionary to the Chinese; F. P. Tower, agent of Wil lamette University; J. N. Dennlson, East Portland ; J. F. De Vore, Seattle ; I. D. Driver, Eugene; J. T. Wolfe, Al bany. "Laugh nud Grow Tut. This ancient bit of advice is well enough for "pare" people, bat how about I how wtio are already loo tat t What k to become of them ? Sit still, and I'll tell yon. Alter many experi ments, extending tbrongh months of patient Investigation and toll, the celebrated analyt ical chemist, J. C. Allan, has iierfccled and given to the world Allan's Anil-Fat. Thns far In several hundred rates thlsgreat remedy has never failed to reduce a corpulent Ierxn from three to six pound per week. II Is perfectly harmless and positively crock-nL Sold by druggists. Crrtiilu Cure for Cnucer. Mm. Dr. Mary O. Hrotra lake this method of saying to the afflicted that she U In pomeuion of a ad. certain, and painlesa cure for that iiiom loathsome and terrible disease known a Cakckb, In all it form and phae. Her remedy I never known to fall. Address Mrs. Dr. Mary O. Brown, OlympU, V. T. 7-J Hill's Halrand Whisker Dye, black or brown, W cent. NEW THIS WEEK. IK THE CIRCUIT COURT FORTIUS STATU of Oregon for the county of Multnomah. Mary Mc Arthur, Plaintiff; v. Neat McArUiur, Defendant. To Neal McArthnr. the above named Defendant : In the name of Ibe Stale ol Oregon, yon are hereby required to appear and answer the complaint Hied against yon In the above entitled action within ten da from tbe date of tbe service of this summon upon yon. If served within ihi coonty; or If served In any other county of this State, then within twenty days from the date of the ervlee of till summon upon yon ; or in case of service by publication, then you are hereby required to anoear and answer tbe complaint filed against you by the ami day of tbe term follow ing the expiration ot then me prescribed in the order for publication, u wit: six weeks from tne orst puDiicauon, wuicn saia nm any oi aid term will be the 13th day of October, A. I. 1st. And yon win late notice mat u you tall to so answei the said complaint, for want t hereof the Plaintiff will apply lu tbe Court for the relief demanded therein, io-wlt: A decree ol divorce on Plaintiff behalf, dissolving the bond or matrimony now existing neiween Plaintiff and Defendant, and for such other and further relief as may be Jut and equitable, and for coat and disbursements. &Tbta publication Is made by order of Hon. C. R. Bellinger, Judge of said Court, mad at chamber ou the 'Sh day of August, A. D. 197. M. U. OBOIUiK, Attorney for Plaintiff. Portland, AuguM 28. A. D. 1H7. AYER'S CHERRY PECTORAL, I'nr Diseases of the Tlirnnt anil I.uliss. Mllvll nn Colixll, 4't.IdH, Whooping t'ouzli. ISroiicIillis. Asllimu, and t'O.VSl JIITIO.V. The few com position which have won the confidence of mankind anil become household words, among not only one but many nations. must have extraordi nary virtues. Perhap no one ever secured so wide a reputation, or maintained it so long, a Araa'sCHBJUtT Pnc- torai- It has been known to the public about torly years, by a long continued series of marvelous cures, that have won for It a confi dence In Its virtues never equaled by any other medicine. It still make the most ef fectual cures or Coughs, Colds, Consumption, that can be made by medical skill. Indeed, the Ohkkky I'n-mRAL ba really robbed th dangerous disease of their terror to a great extent, and given a feeling ol Immunity from their fatal effects that I well founded If the remedy be taken In season. Kvery family s boa Id have It in their closet for the ready and prompt relief of It members. Htekoeas, suf fering and life even Is caved by this timely protection. The prudent should not neglect It and the wise will not. Keep It by yon for the protection It alTrds by its timely use in sudden auacK. i-npsno oy 1IC J. C. AYlIlt V CO., IrfMvell, Jlnss., Practical and Analytical Chemists. Sold by all Druggist aad Dealera In Medicine. KING ofthe BL000 The Host Thorough Pcripikr op the Blood Ykt Disco vjtiiBn. Cures all Humors, from a Common Kruptlon to the Worst Scrofula. It purifies the Rlood. It invigorates the T.lrer. It regnlatcs the Itorrels. It strengthens the Stomach. It gives vivacity in place of lassitade: place of gioeni, and robust vigor is nUss M debuity. DysMpsia, Bilioosness, Dieordsrea User, Cta rtipstaoa, Nemos AaVctinos, Oeaersl Delalitr. m short all the numerous diseases and ditoofafart enwsd by impure blood are speedily eoaqasnd by this powerful corrector, tbe chief and sorefwgn of aS aacisBt or Buxtsrn medical dueoreriss Kio r tie Blood. its N.vsin is its nnsT Tnsciiir. TI W , as tt u a royal dispenser of tbs lilt nigs of iMlth, aad vanquishes tbe foes tkat lark in the ItbaaUTus I I M P T.T:S. SAT.T TtTITnT. KCAT.V GnVlTIOXK, 1'I.Cir.HW. NCAI.H 1IKAD, 1'BVlllt SOllIM lUITtK hC"0,"DI-0U' lI!Ott- It ebeefa CO.ysi jrPTiON la its sariy slaires. T. 11 '"l'?it,1! rured it tthtn adraaced. It disperses TCSIOHS and CAACKKS tthot the SarreMi s knife. It earn imoi'ST. frenrrsl nr partial, h tarn rilMALE WJUAK.H ESS and It red cw ia a safe sad effectual manner all FiraH- iaf, ex temsl or antcniaL It eradicates tbe effects of Mineral Paisaas, aad establishes a sound eonstrtutioa. . Msveermleates, ranch fartlwr iaCormatioa and fattdtreetioosfarswur.'WiU be fsand In ths m. Iet, "Trene on I)i.5e.of tbe BVajJ,- n waMa cash botU is ssdossd. Plire Jl wr battle enataifias; li oamess, or -W to i. BsUbySeakTsmaiedieMte, MsHMes. D. EA1TS0H, SKI & CO., Prcprietsrs, Buftalo, N. T. 8- K.WB. No remedy ol the age Is aahlevlngmore suc cessful ami widely appreciated results than Glenn's Sulphur SOAr. Ilisconfessedlytbe best specific for diseases of the skin, and by tbe feminine portion of the community it U recognized a an incomparable beautlflor of the complexion. ThuSawholiareettber expe rienced or witnessed lis effects have leen con vinced In tbe most practical way possible that It Is genuinely eflleaelous. It lias largely su- jtenteded the use of sulphur bath, which are among the best known of medicinal agencies, simply for the reason that It is quite as fruitful of curative result In rases of skin disease, gout and rheumatism, and does Its work at far lighter cost. The cuticle, through IU IliOu euce, acquire unwonted iurfly and smooth ness, a consideration of no small Importance to ladles troubled with eomplexional defects. Scalds, burns, cuts, sores, brulMi and sprains are cured by II, and the pain wliksb they cause speedily alleviated. Dandruff is dispelled by Its use a fact of moment to person wliote hair is prematurely falling out Inconsequence of a proper want of moisture In lite scalp, a deficiency am ply compensated for by Glumm's SrxrauB Soap, which opens the pores and so keeps the scalp cool and moist. When cloth ing or linen become Infeelol.lt may be easily dlstmpregiiated by thoroughly washing and rinsing Willi the soap, which for bleaching lorios Is unrivaled, Imparting to woolen. cotton and linen fabric the whiteness of snow. Of obnoxious disease caused by con tact with tbe person, it Is an Infallible pre ventive as well asan excellent remedy. Those disease of tbe skin for which "sulphur oint ments" were long and erroneously regarded as the only efficient remedy, are now eradicated with far greater certainty by Glenn's Sul phur Koap, which. Instead ol tolling tbe linen like tbe compound alluded to. Is emi nently conservative of cleanliness as well as health. It Is an article without a drawback, and with many and unmistakable point of superiority. Sold by dnrgglst. Price, cents per cake. One box (g cakes), 75 cents. sent by mall, prepaid, on receipt of price, C X. Crtttenlon, proprietor,? Sixth avenue, New York City. A Vnlunble Jlcdlrlne. Buehu In various forms has for many yean been one of tbe chief article in the Materia Medica for the treatment ot certain diseases. among which are chiefly those aliecUng the urinary, digestive and dreulalory organs. Tbe dlmeulty that was long experienced in obtain ing a preparation of this valuable drug that could always be relied upon for unlrormtty la strength and absolute purity led to the Intro duction of llelmbold's' Kxtractof Huehu, which for the last quarter of a century has been ex tensively use! both by pbystclansnnd In house and family practice, and with very gratifying Me. Tbi medicine, like every other valu able thing; has been extensively Imitated, and those who have use for It will do well to see that they obtain the genuine "Helmbold Bu- chu," tbe only pure and reliable preparation. "Jfmiile.' "Sonny hair Just touched with gold, nine eyes sweet with lore untold. Rosy cheek with health's rich hoe, Kuby Hps Jnst touched with dew. "Arm for sweet caress's given. Utile tongue that talks of heaven, Running round with talry feet. Such I Mamie, baby sweet-" When baby sweet begin to talk, And tell the babies nigh her Why those rosy cheeks aud rahjr lips. She'll any, "I nosed IYauder' Puriner." A '.ltl. To all who are lutferlng from Urn errors and Indiscretions of youth, nervous weucnes, early decay, loss of manhood, etc., I wtll send a recipe that wilt cure you, FIlKB OK CIIAHUK. This great remedy was discovered by a mis sionary In South America. Semi a self-ad dressed envelope to the 1 lev. Joseph T. in man station I), New York Oily. S-ag MISCELLANEOUS. RAWDON ARNOLD, M. D., Ilomtropithtr 1'hjslrlan an .Surgron. riKSHlENCK AND OKFICK-S. W. Corner gon. office IIours-M to lit a. m.. S to 1 ami T to M p. x. a-It GO TO THE AURORA RESTAURANT, Northeast cor. Front ami Alder, streets, The only place In Portland where you can gel A GOOD SQUARE MEAL For 25 Cent. PIONEER WOOD-YARD, Ft ol Yamhill street. JULIUS S O K E N S K N . A I.I. KINDS OP WOOD, Sawed and unsawed, constantly on hand, and ueiivervu Han) kart oi uieciiy. i FIFTY CENTS ON THE DOLLAR, AT THE COSMOPOLITAN BOOT & SHOE STORE, 1 13 First street, under the Town Clock. tVIIIKKIS A KIKIt.YAN llave purchased tbe above establishment, and are determined to sell CIIKAl'KTt THAN ANY IIOUSS IN OltRGON OU KI.SKWJIKItB. N. B. This firm still continue business at their old stand, IK Front street, and for the present will carry on baslnes at both stands. 8-IJ NEW READERS FOR OLD .T. IC. GILL Sc CO.'S, No. 107 FIrt Street. SCHOLARS OF PORTLAND PUBLIC SCHOOLS, And all other scholars resldlni; in Multnomah County, can exchange the old Pacific Coast Readers for the new Independent Headers on term made with the Slate Uoard of Kduca tlon. An old Speller and M cent for a newPpeller. An old First Iteuder and Mi cent lor a new First Header. An old Fourth Reader and cents lor a new Fourth Header. Etc, Etc. J. K.II.I.VCO. Hookfcellerx and Stationers, 8- Agents for Multnomah County. TO HOUSEKEEPERS. . rjllIF.RE IS A COMRINATION OF ECON JL omy and convenience In tbe uso ofthe ADJUSTABLE STRAINER I CAST IRON STEAMER! Your fooUiur; dens!! are Inconiilete U linon t Them. EITHER OR BOTH FITTED TO ANT SUE KETTLE. The Steamers will save the nrlee of them selves In two weeks In anv lamtlv. Tliee ran w umu iiu eiiuni auvnntaRe 111 UOIIlng, as it is Impossible to burn meat or vegetables to the mwiu o, juur scute, wnen tuey are useu in ateamlne. whatever von ar nooVlmr t ini,ie of the kettle, thereby tetllna lue full benefit of um wycau iny are jut wuat is wunled In eanalnc fruit. Kither ihnniin.rpiuiiii o' be renioved with a knife or fork when hot. i . .yr -o corners or joluls m 'c uaru to aeep clean. Sold by Agent for 75 cents Each. Agents will oall on you shortly. Address JAMES McMURRAY, 8-IS East Portland, Or. MISCELLANEOUS. SUMMER GOODS! LADIES' LINEN SUITS AND DUSTERS AT T1IK LOWEST PItlCUS. PIQUES, LAWNS & GRENADINES IN TUB I1KST VALUES. FANS, PARASOLS AN0SEAS0:ASL UNDERWEAR, NEW AND CHEAP. TUB 11KST llAHQAINS IN BLACK DRESS AND TRIMMING SILKS EVBH OFFERED JN OREGON. OLDS & KING, No. 117 Third street. PortlandOregon. M5 . ." GREAT DISPLAY I 'THE WHITE HOUSE!" HILLIXEKT U00DS! Tho Vory Latest Stylos Direct from NEW YORK. ri.owiJits, itiiinit.vs. riivriii:us. i:tc. In all New Colon and .Shade. IIAT3 AND BONNETS In all the New Shape. trimmed loonier by an AeeninpMslied Milliner. PATTERN HATS IN ELEGANT VARIETY. A Carefully Selected Stock of FASHIONABLE SUMMER DRESS GOODS TIBS, OLOVBS. RU0IIINOS, BUTTONS, AND FRINGES. Merelrants from the Interior are respectfully Invited to Inspect ourcoods before purchasing their Suminersuppllcs. LEWIS A .STRAUSS. 89B So. H FIrst'Mreet. PISHEL & ROBERTS, LEADING CLOTHIERS, HATTERS, AND MERCHANT TAILORS, Corner ol First mid Alder street. I0RTliAND, ORECT IN. THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK ! THE MOST FASHIONABLE STOCK ! THK LOWEST rnrcKS Of any House In the Slate. EVERT CARMENT WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED risiir.i. a itonERTs, Corner First mid Alder Street:- (MB v K If. THOMfSON. WM. IIOSEYMAN. E. J. I1C ItART. , W. S, TllOMH-fO.1. Thompson, De Hart & Co., IXrORTKHS AMD OEAt.KltS IK HARDWARE, IRON & STEEL, Carriage and Wagon Materials, ii.vnnwoon luiibei:, nuns, sroKES, ic. 171 I'lrot A IT.t Front St., cor. Tnmlilll, TORTIND, ORE00N. 8-11 ti a tMTTVr-mV BT PnliTf.A ORE- con. respectfully requests all the readers of the Naw Noktii west who have work In his line lo call upon or address him. Estimates given on application, nnd all Inquiries promptly answereu. o-" CIIRIN. SCXOTII TNVITBS HIS OLD PATRONS AND THE X Public gencrauy ui can NEW BUTCHER SHOP, TCaAlilnft-ton aC, one door eaat of Third. THE NEW. NORTHWEST. XIXTI1- YEAR OF PUBLIOATIOX ! 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DUNIWAY rURUSHINO COMPANY, Coiner of Front and Washington streets (en trance on Washington), Portland, Or. MISOELTVXEOUS. FLEISCHNER, MAYER & CO., Front and'Flrst streets-, bet. Ash nnd A, Importers and Wholesale Dealers. SUMMER SEASON. MR. MAYER HAS MADE yBlXTBN slvepurebasesofalull ImeoT s 1 MUfLINEItY Q00DS. nireet fmm 'ftiA MnnnfAAttirersnnd Importers In New York. Our Stock .will consist ol the luiusisiyiee ami buhuis wi JTcutlierw nl PluincS) French Flowers, Hats, Shapes, Ribbons,. Plain, Gros Grain and Fancy, Silks, Velvets, etc., etc., To which we Invite the attention of the Milli nery Trade of Oregon and wastungion ierri- tory. Being the only Wliolesalellouse In the State Importing MILLINERY GOODS direct from New York, we will be prepared to offer extra' Inducement to our Friend and Patrons. 5-S OREGON FUUXITUKK JI.IMTACTURIXG COMPAJiT, Mantifttcttirem of . 133 And dealers In C,VRPETS,OILCIXTII.S ' MATS. RUOS, CURTAINS, 7K EiSLWALL paiier, sphinc.bhds, ,n HAIR MATTRHSSHS, Etc Sales-rooms, Comer First ami Yamhill SU., Steam Factory, Coi ner Front nnd Madison Sts., PORTUND, OREGON. 3S Portland to San Francisco. Carrjlns V. S. Mail and Wells, Fargo i Co.'s Express. Tlie Oreiron Steamshtn Com win V and Pa- elOe Coast Steamshln Comnanv will dlpntch every five days, for tbe above port, one of their new ana eiegani A l iron sieamsuips, viz; THE OREGON, GEO. W. ELDER, AND STATE OF CALIFORNIA, SAILINO DAYS August 12, 17, 22. 27. Sept. I, !, 11, 10, 2t 20. October I. 6. Leaving Portland at 3 K. it. THROUGH TICKETS sold to all the princi pal Utiles In the United States and Canada. For particulars for PossaBeand Frelght.npply to a. W. WEIDLER, Agent O. S. S. Co., Corner Fand Front Sts., Portland, Or J. McCRAKBN ACo.,.gts P.C.S.aCo., W, 01 aud 61 North Front St., Portland, Or. 8-8 PORTLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. ROOMS Corner First and Stnrb St., over Lodd & Tllton's Bank, lontalns Orrr Klght Tboruand tbolre Bookt AX1J Over 100 rapsr and Maffazine. MEMBERSHIP FREE TO ALU. Monthly Due 81 OO-l'nynble Quarterly DinEnroiw Wm. S. Ladd, V. 0. Sclinyler, Jr, M P Dead-."- W. Corlett. W. H. BrockeU. AC.GIbbs,C. II. I'wis, M.W. Fechhelmer.H. Falling, L. Blum. OfEccm MATTHEW P. DEADY. II. FAILING .-President -Vice President P. a SOHIIYLER.JR- -Treastirei M.W. FKCHIIEIMBR. Corresnondlne-Sec HENRY A. OXER Librarian and Rec. Sec QOnf) A MONTH guaranteed ; 112 a day at iiuuiu uiuue oy ine inuusirious. Cnpl- mi noi reo.uireti; we will start you. Men, women, boy and girls make money faster at work; for us than at anything else. The work . inv..aii ouu ucu us any one can gorlzhtaL Those who are wise who see this notice will end us their addresses at once and DA fiW tlMon.la-n Oll . . i. c vnjr iiuiih ana terms tnt, ow Is the time. Thoo already at work 'aylne up large somsor money. Address 'u Wf iHai uc, (Jtf MISCEIiIiAIsE0TJ3. G. NEIMEYER, MERCHANT TAILOR, First street, bet. Asli nml I'lne, KEEPS CONSrANTLY ON HAND A'FINB and complete stock of SCOTCH, ENGLISH, FRENCH i. DOMESTIC GOODS. Which are unu.-passl,nnd wlihjh ho wHt make up ' '' S AT COST' TRICES .i 3S GOOD NEWS FOR EVERYBODY !. Every Article In tbe Retail Grocery Trade sold ut Reduced Rate. NOTICE OUR LOW PRICES I W. H. MARSHALL & CO., No. 31 It St, bet. First nnd Second. SCCtKS. (FULL WEIGHT GUARANTEED.) - IO &S. California Golden C Sugar ..81.00 to B4. No. 1 Island Sugar l.oo 1.00 l.oo 0 Ba. Extra C Sugar. tyi ft. Fine Crushed Sugar COFrEES. Green Costa Rica, per 20c aoc 23e 3Se 50c Green Java, per m Co-un Rica, Roast and Ground. O. G. Java, Roast and Ground Our Celebrated Family Cotree.S-k. tin- TEAS. Good 4H-. Box Japan Tea 82.0O Best .Vd. Box Lacquered Japan Tea 310 Best-IH-KV. Jar Japan Tea . 2.75 Best English Breakfast Tea, per 3 Tea In 1-1. Packages, from 33c to 30 Coal Oil, 3-gallon Can 1.30 Every article In tbe line of Staple and Fancy Groceries In like proportion. Special conces sions lo hotels and boardtng-bonses. Prompt attention and free delivery ot goods. Orders taken at residence every morning if desired. W. II. MARSHALL, a. CU WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, &-17 No.3lBSt.,bet.FirstandSeeood. EMPIRE BAKERY. YOSS & FUHR, (Successor to Peter Wagner), Manufacturer of Bread, Cakes, Pastry, Pilot Bread, Soda, Picnic, Butter, Boston, Sugar aud Shoo Fly CRACKERS, ,JENNT UNO CAXES, GINGER SNAPS, ETC. 31 Washington street, Portland 0jn. az0rders from the Trade solicited. NEW MARKET. 'NEW ENGLAND M A R K E T (Formerly Amador), Corner of North Fourth nnd Y. streets. JN THIS MARKET Y'OU WILL FIND AT all times, and at the LOWEST I-OSSIBLE PRICES, Fresh, Smoked and Salt Meats. Poul try, Lard and Etegs. Also Henry Ames i Co. Standard SL Louis Sueaicured Hams, and Janie E. Boyil's Extra Omaha Hams, the flan, alley oranu. ceutve us a can. USt) NEW ENGLAND MARKET. OREGON TRANSFER COMPANY General Forwarding- and Commission. Freteht and sstBrage forwarded ami delivered with dispaieh. Pianos and Furniture moved. Orders for Hacks Promptly Attended to, Day or iisjnu , Oflice S. W. for. .Second nnd Slnrl. M, CiT Mark, Cftre'of 0. T. Co. 7-M NOTICE. 0. CONRAD HAS REMOVED Dyeing and Cleaning Establishment From 25 Second street to No. H Salmon, be tween First and Front. S-41 Ico Cream and Soda Water ! ALISKY &. HECELE'S PREMIUM CAXDT MAXUFACTOHT, First St., bet. Alder nnd Morrison. 5-36 DOCTOR CHAPMAN, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, OIHre, .Strowbridse't nulldincr. Cor. Or at residence, cor. Market and Front. nrnrc llnrm-Vnim 10 to 12 A. M..and 2 to 4 and 7 to P.M. ., OsT-peelat Atteniion w 0 eases of Women and Children. 8-17 ATTORN'BYS-AT-LAW. T.amnssox. f.o.m'cows. la-macbux. JOHNSON M'COWN & MACRUM, Attorney and Connclors-at-Uaw Will Practice In all the Courts of theStale. Loans Made on Reasonable Terms. (Vdloe- tlons, Ineludlng Rents of Portland Property firomptly made. Abstracts furnished, and teal Estate Leased, Bought and Sold In Mult nomah and Clackamas eonntles. Particular Attention Eiven to business In the II. K tn.l Office, Oregon City. unices Jionnaste' tincB, First street. Port land, Oregon, and Main street, Oregon City. JOIIX H. MITCHELI.. RAI.riI 3f. DEMENT. MITCHELL & DEMENT, Attorncys-at-Law. OFFICB-Corner First and Morrison streets, rooms formerly occupied by Buelitel's Pasture Gallerj'. s-W J. X. DOLFH. J03. SIMO-f. C A. DOLPit. E. & DKONACOIl. D01P1I, BKOXAIJUll, II0LP11 A SIM0.1 Attorne v-at-Law ODD FELLOWS' TE-MPIiE, PORTLAND. S-otf JNO. M. DALY, Attorncy-at-law DALL.VS, OREGON, WILL PRACTICE IN THE DISTRICT AND United States Courts. 8-33