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THURSDAY... -NOVEMBER IS, 1S7.
HEW 8EBIAL STOEY.
The publishers of the New Xorth
wkt are lisppy to auuounce that, on
Thunsiir-, November 3th, 1S79, the
first Chapter ..f Mrs, A. rt. Iuui'
new serial, "Mr. Hardine'a Will." will !
appear in this journal. Heretofore, this
author baa been forced t write her
cnulinoed stories from week to week,
while traveling from place to place doing
the field work so necessary to properly
. keep a reform journal before Ibe people;
but wbe baa bad a relief from story-writing
for several months, and this latent
narrative, a good portion of which is fin
ished, shows a care in its construction
nu known in her previous successful ef
forts. We refer oar readers to the an
nouncement in oar advertising columns
for an outline of the storj. Now is an
excellent time to eeod in money sndl
names, to avoid the trouble of ordering
Thursday, the 27lb Instant, has been
set apart for Tbaukstriviag.
Toe yimdicator says there Is a growing
demand for real i woes in East Portland.
The annual Poultrv Fair will eotn-
m-noe on the aeeotid Monday in Decem
ber. The Iron works at Oswego have been
shut down on account of scarcity of
The young ladies sociable at Taylor
street church last evening was largely
An elderly lady named Rachel Hcks
has been committed to the asylum for
lion. O. F. Strickland, one of the
Supreme Judges of Ctah Territory, Is at
Mr. O. KeJateyer, the popular mer
chant tailor, baa removed to Frat street,
Mr. P. Selling, who dislocated one of
bin shoulders a short time since, has
The entertainment for the benefit of
the Conarecrational Church will be
given to-morrow evening.
The Clackamas Social Club will give
a masquerade ball at Pope'i Hall, Ore
gon City, iu Thanksgiving eve.
An extension .of time to July 1, 1880,
has been granted for the completion uf
the canal and locks at the tjaeeade.
Owing to the superior finish and excel
leueol work, A bell stands pre-eminent
as a photographer. Give him a
Wm.Odeu, formerly of Portland, bnt
more recently of Astoria, ha been ap
pointed Postmaster at lakioia City,
The name of the little "Midshipmite"
to "Pinafore" Is Dot Reevy. Hhe is hot
four years old. Her parents live In East
Rodgers, arrested on a charge of lar
ceny rr beating Air. tarr out or a
quantity of money at "poker," has been
The shin frtrmatian cleared from A
ton on the 7th lor tjoeenstown. Her
cargo consists of 41, Art centals wheat,
valued at $81,91)8.
The macadamizing of Fourth street
and replacing the railroad track, is said
to he the most extensive piece of street
woik ever done in Portland.
Mr. '8. Ply male, of Kiwehurg, and Mr.
O. si. Parker, of this cilv, have lea-ed
the Mechanics' Pavilion, and will uteit
a a skating rink this Wluter.
Judge Bellinger hasaentenced Charles
' bnru to the penitentiary for three
1 ears. The coin let is a oue-arined
coldier, and his crime was burglary.
Miss Mamie Test, of Junction, a grad
tiate of the Portland High School in the
class of '78, has been appointed a super
numerary teacher in the public senools.
The Burton House, corner of Third
a id O streets, is doing the good busi
ness that it deserves. Mr Dillon, as
x'eward, carefully conducts the dining
Detective McCoy, who has been ill
lr months, is going to Ban Francisco
hy the nest steamer, the physicians
having given permission lor mm to
The 8an Francisco Call compliments
lien Teal, formerly of this city, for his
representation or u loafer in "Kichard
1 II at the recent Author's Caruival in
The Orcgonian, speak! ug of a runs-
ys one of tbe ladies,
who was thrown out of the caniaee.
"fit rock on her bead aud had ber bip
It is predicted that the largest audi
ence ever in Reer (),era House, Sa
lens, will gather there to-night to wit
ness the production of "I'.uafolre" by
The total number of letters, ostal
cards, transieut newspapers and pack
ages of merrhandie mailed at tbe Port
land post office during the first week of
November was 32.US9.
Those who wish an excellent suit of
clothing, guaranteed to give perfect sat
isfaction aa lo price, quality aud At,
should call ou W. H. l iter, with W. J.
g ilnn, 28 Stark street.
The jury in the case of Want Steveut.
e . 1 1. ma .1
vs. Dr. h.. A. Jones, ror 10,000 damages
for malpractice, returned a verdict of
i-lV for the plaintiff, tbe amount of tbe
espeuses incurred by hint.
On Monday evening a yoang man
named V. 11. Murray, employed as a
deck-band on Ibe river steamer It. R.
Thorn on, fell into tbe Columbia Kiver
at Tbe Dalles and was drowned.
Mr. Henry Owens bss gone to San
Kranelsco to confer with capitalists in
repard to tbe scheme for furnishing a
water supply to '.inland from tbe Tual
atin Kiver. He considers tbe outlook
Harry Tomliuion, a well-kuown
"drummer" of Han Francisco, bad his
collar bone fractured and tbe upper
riifbt rib broken last Friday by falling:
from tbe rallroa'l depot at K weburg.
The nigbt was very dark.
A new paper, the Hit! Eflatr Review,
published by Mesr. t'lark & I'pton,
bas made its apiiearance. It contains
matter of Interest to those who bold or
deal in real estate. It will le circulated
free until the first of January.
From the Salem Statesman It is
Irxrned that hereafter tbe Albany
evening express will carry the maiH
front Tortland toSalem. Mr. Matthews,
ot tl.e Clieuieketa Hotel, will carry tbe
niml Iron the tratu to the post omce. arrect on tbe charge of having ah
c. T. Belcher & Co., the enterprising . stractetl from tiie First National Rank
crockery aud glassware dealerft of No. of llaokeosack, of which he Is Presl
223 First street, have a large aud varied ' dent, collaterals deposited to secure a
stock of everything in their line, which
they are celling unusually low. iceaii
their new advertisement, and then call
and examine their goods.
The Board of Police Com ml blotters
oo Monday night accepted the "resigna
tions" of T. McManus and II. Dan
iels. J. W. Sloan, J. T. Watson and B.
F. Goodwin were appnluted o Ulcers.
Jos. Jakalla, suspended from duty some
lime since, was reinstated.
Sheriff Sperry, of Umatilla county.
brought down two convicts on Tuesday,
and yesterday took them to the peni
tent laiy. Their names are R. K. ileou
ami John Campbell. Kaeh is sentenced
for three years, the former for ttealiug
cattle aud the latter for taking n home.
Two sailors, Finland nml Trainor,
have been tried in the U. S. Circuit
Court for desertion from the Stonewall
Jackson, soil found guilty. They were
sentenced lo thirty days' imprisonment,
or to answer the requisition of the cap
tain of tiie vessel. They will probably
take the first lwiiishineut.
The Standard sends a reporter to the
High School on Friday afternoons to
give reports oT the elocutionary and lit
erary exercises. Tills is a good move.
Seeing their names in print, with a
word of commendation for thedeferv-
inar. will sour the rmnlls to do their
best, ami a high older of excellence will
Cardtneil'B Saturday evening sofrecs
are verv eniovable. The Professor's
renutalion is thoroughly established ill
Portland, and au excellent class of
voumr ueoule assemble every Saturday
nlehl in i Centenuial Hall. Charles
Cardiuell, Jr., is a thorough master of
the mazyatrt, and imparts His Knowl
edge In a manner that gives entire satis
faction. John Mountain, formerly of Ibis city,
but now a School Director of San Fran
cisco, has been undergoing an examina
tion by the f inance uowmiitee oc we
Board of Supervisors on the charge of
having received money from a young
lady for promising to get her a position
in the scnool, auo uie cnarge m sus
tained. Mayor Bryant will commence
proceeding to oust Mountain from his
seat in the Board of Education.
The management made a mistake in
continuing "Pinafore" after having
given out that last bat H Way evening
would be the occasion oi lie last repre
sentation. Deception will uot win, and
the attendance at New Market during
this week shows it. The error of ad
vertising "closing nights" Is made too
frequently by professional jieonle. An
immense business eon Hi uouuuees nave
heeu done in the cities up tiie valley.
The opera has been better sung this
week than last, several oi me company
who had severe colds having recovered
the use of tbelr voices.
Of tbe ditleient pedestriennes at pres
ent in the city, Miss Grace Florence, at
Armory Hall, is perhaps the neatest
walker. Miss Wiley, Is also neat, but
rather too tall to appear well. Miss
Sadie Donley, at Turn Halle, is tbe
greatest favorite. Miss Uelie snennan
is not handsome enough to be much
admired, thoneh ner sneed ami endur
ance eoutmaod resfteet. She is perbajMj !
the fastest long-distance wnlher in the
city, tiiough the pbleematie Von Ilerg
CUUtCV's MCI 1 Sas U liro u vuwi .
Miss Deo man, at Turn Halle, Is another
unattractive walker. Miss Alice Don
ley Is a bright-eyed, thoncbtful-looklnar.
curly headed brunette, ami walks with
an anxious expression on iter counte
nance. Miss Sherman is 3t years of
age ; Sadie Donley is 16, and the others
are uuder 22 years of age. As the time
passes on, the interest is on the Increase,
aud very large gatherings will probably
witness tbe close of the matches. Tbe
girls at Armory Hall lor three days
walked one lap more on each quarter
than tbey snouHl, ana are imiignaiii p
mat i lie iraca was iiol accurately mens
ured. They are now walking the
The Republican majority In Minne
sota is 20,000.
Rear-Admiral Reynolds diet! at Is en
York last Friday.
California enjoyed a rainfall of nearly
three inches on Monday.
The recent Author' Carnival In Sau
Francisco netted $23,000.
Robert Da via, tbe Ran Antonio
(Texas) millionaire, is dead.
General Grant's reception at Chicago
yesterday was very brilliant.
A San Jose desperado, Joe Roderlgnes,
was shot and killed on the 10th.
A rich strike is reported in tbe Hale
& Xorcross mine, ou tbe Conistoek.
Chicago's City Council has prohibited
tbe sale of milk from swill-feu e wi.
Hear-Admiral Affustus H. Kitty, U.
S. X., died at Baltimore on the 10th.
A thousand pork-packers who struck
for an advance of wages last rriday
Detroit, Mich., allows a gain of 3,000
for tbe Republicans. They elect almost
the eutire city ticket.
Mr. Bayard regards the Ohio election
', as a vindication of tbe course he pur-
sued in Congress last fall, ami aw Thnr-
man s downfall.
l)ueen Victoria being much apposed
to the prevailing etyie of "banging"
hair, women of the British Empire are
quitting tbe habit.
Three masked burglars entered the
residence of J. G. and U. K. Bailey, near
Kennel, Pa., last week, und rifled tbe
safe, securing $2(10,000.
It Is said that Chief Douglas, who led
the Ule in their assault on the aitenvy
at White River, was concerned in tbe
Mountain Meadows massacre.
During tbe three months ending No
vember "lb, 25,000 Germans landed at
Castle Garden an increase of over tt.OOO
over tbe corresponding iieriod last
i . ... . n .
Hutler, Kepuhitcan nominee lor rotate
Treasurer of Pennsylvania, has 30,000
majority over all other competitor.
The Prohibition nominee polled 3,219
Tbe official potinl In New York, now
progressing, shows that the Republican
majorities are more than was estimated.
Tbe IV ii ioc rats will get but two or three
Fifteen dealers in lottery tickets in
Sew York City have been arrested. It
is Intended to break op the Louisiana
lottery, by which five men make $100,
IKM a year each, root of which comes
from New York.
ine steamer Zealand, just arrived at
Philadelphia, reports tiiat a perfectly
sound bark, tbe Royal Arch, was fouud
deserted in mid oeesn. The Captaiu
put men on board with instructions lo
bring the vessel to New York.
The schooner Petrel, a whaler, which
sailed from New York for a cruise some
time agi, casizcd in mill ocean during
the gale on tbe last days of October, and
fifteen persons, including Captain
Fisher, were drowued. Six survivors
were picked up by an Austrian bark
and brought to New York.
Vorhee. member of Congress from
the tifth New Jersey district, is uuder
Crivate loan. The affidavits were made
y the Vlce-PresWeut and the Cashier.
A man named Wakle, of ard, Minn.,
havlnc alienated tbe allectinns of a
Mrs. Coldale from her husband, liau
his house burned by tbe scandalized
women of the place on the 10th. Walde
and his brother laid the burning to
Coldale, and murdered Coldale aud a
oornpaniou. A mob then huug aide.
A storm in San Francisco Bay on
Monday did considerable damage to
shipping. Several small craft ut the
Mis-ion were driven ashore or stiuk.
The steamer Idaho dragged her anchors
and weut ashore at Potrero. Two shljw
collided, doing considerable damage to
each. Some of the ferry-boats were
Judge Wright, having glveu a decis
ion adverse to the Workingmeu's nffl-ceH-elect
in Sau Francisco, who pledged
tbetu-selves to'a reduction of salary, the
Workingmeu say they will seat Iheni
by force. If necessary. Kearuey has
again made a fool of himself by saying
be will wade knee-deep in blood to ef
fect this result.
NEW THIS WEEK.
IT IS THE CHEAPEST!
Crockery and Glasswaro,
Lamps, Coal Oil, Etc.,
Where roa can KM tbe best quality and the
rilt YOUIt JIO.VKV.
THAT IS TVWT
WHAT 1VI! IM.
We rive better goods and more of them for
tbe same money than any other Hons) la Um
city. Call and aae. Also,
REMBMKEK THE TUACK,
C. T. BELCUER As CO.
223 Tirst Strest, rortland.
MORE NEW GOODS !
W' i.!Llf JE
" 10 Mr Moc
New Lots of Gossamer Rubber Capes
Circulars and Loggings.
Asiorlmetil or Silk, Alincn and
A LARGE VARIETY OP NEW DREW
OOODS. ULSTER CLOTHS, LADIES"
CLOTHS. AND WATERPROOFS.
Best Styles of CLOAKS aaJ ULSTERS
at Lowsst Tricsst
Orders will be Ailed promptly and satislacto-
rlly. Write to a Aw aavllUmcros)
want la Um Dry Goods Line.
OliBS & KING.
No. 147 Third, Street, Portland,
T N THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THK STATE
L of Oreaoo for Mullnomata county. In
inttv. Jane Dolan, llalnUK. vs. James Do
Ian, iMferxlanL Kelt for dlvorae. To James
Dolan, above named Defendant: In the name
of tbe Stale of Oreaoo, you are hereby notified
that tb above-named flaintlffhas Bled In the
Court above named her complaint against
you, alleaiac cruel and Inhuman treatment
and personal UMMmities inn idea by yoa upon
ber. rendering her Ills burdensome, and vrar-
ing a divorce from yon. a eh antra of her name
to jane Honena, we custouy oi we muwi
child of tin nanles liereto. a ad for eoats and
dlsbuisemems; and you betntr. a aon-raaldent
of this mme.and peraoaal aervlee or Hmnnni
upon yoa in wis ntaie Deins: impoaainie, toe
Court above named, on the 17th day of Octo
ber, 187. made an order directing aervlee of
hu mm ous upon you by publicatiOB for slz
Micceastva weeks In the Nbw KoBTHWKST.a
newspaper of ceneral elreulaUon published In
Moltboinah eaonty. Now, you are hereby
aammoaed and required to appearand answer
tbe above-menUoned complaint of tbe Plaln
tiffon or beam tbe llrM day of the next term
ol the above entitled Court, which will brain
and be neld at rortland. Oregon. u UwMcood
Monday of February, IMS; and if yoa (all so
to appear and answer, said llalnUIT will take
Judgment and decree against yoa for want of
auwer, anu win apply to loe court ror tbe re
lief prayed for In said complaint.
K. I). KIIATTUCK,
, . I'lalnllfTs Attorney.
Portland. Oregon, October S, 1K7.
V7IBERG & KIERHAN,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
I ll Front street, between Alder and
Morrison, rufUaad, Oreaoo,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
IM'iUKSE STOCK OF NEW GOODS.
A NEW ILLUSTRATED POEM,
"DAVID AND ANNA MATS0N,'
Bv MRS. A. & ltrjf!'AY.
BEABTIFUtlY lUBSTnATEO-UECANTlY BOUND
Full gilt extra
. 2 3
For sale by
book-sellers or by mall, pt-
.N. It. WEI.IJ A CO rublUliers.
No. TJ7 Broadway, Xew York.
LEWIS & STRAUSS,
IMPORTERS AND JOIIDBRS OF
MILLINERY & FANCY GOODS,
IIAVK OI'KNKIl, THIS HAY,
THE LARGEST STOCK
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS!
Will od tfcta llama the only WHOLESALE
RBrABMBHMltNT hi lh ettjr.
I.inVIS A- .STIIAU.SS,
Sp. t'lrit Slrecl.
1IV 3IKS. A. S. DUXIWAT.
MRS. HARDINE'S WILL"
rjIHK rUHLISIIKKS Of TIIK XKW
.oiiTll wiarr are pleased to announce
that tbey will.
0H THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20th,
Begin Ibe pabHeatlon of a XKW SERIAL
"Mrs. Hnrtline's WiH,"
from the graphic and ready pen of
MRS. ABIGAIL SCOTT DUN I WAY.
In this ttory of Pioneer IJfe, which tbe
author aa-i been engaged tot several months
in preparing for we press, abe hat, in a pe
culiarly laterestloc and striking manner.
woven into tbe Incidents of the plot a thrill
log and autbsatlu vsulo of many well-known
official acts of the ARISTOCItACV OF SEX.
la their conueclloe with the nnatvelal, legal,
aoctel.elvtl, poUtieal and domestic Interest
of the Wives. Mothers, Widows, Daughters
and Sisters of the voting classes.
Few Isrtlss have had equal opportunity with
MRS. DUNIWAY u place such a story before
ibe people from penonal knowledge ( the
facta, mm whlhri she has woven a network at
Onion that can not Jail to attract we attention
of the reading world.
Fr tbe KKW NOBTIfW EST. Take It for
your famllle. Hsud u to your triestd" In Km
East. Olve It all tbe aid "jon ean In etreaUt-
lug and sustaining the Truth.
sr Kor tsrm,ase Irst page.
a. n. smith.
OHO. A. rOUKO.
t'orner of I'lr! nnd lorrlti 8lroeft.
Board and Itoom.perday 51 0
Renovated and Newly Furnished.
FREE COACH TO AND FROM THE HOUSE.
S-M SJ1 ITU YOUNO, rroprletors.
Socond St., b;t. Rlorrison and Yamhill
ADUI.T Gr.AWiltS Monday and Tbursday
CHILDREN'S CU8HES -Saturdays at 1 1
Pupils of last veason, and otners dextrine to
pass a pleasant eveninc, are in viteu to ausna
use iauiraay wvrnimr. soeuus. v-v
NOTICE OI' II.VAI. .SHTTI.IDIENT.
-VWTICE IS 'HEREBY GIVEN THAT
bave riled my Anal account as AdralnU
tratnr of the estale of Charles Ilelnke.deeestsed
in tbe County Court of tbe Stale of Orecon fur
Moltnomab eonnty, and that said Court bas
mnisial Mondav. tbe 1st dav of December.
1K71. at 10 o'clock a. x., as the time for lies rl ok
objection thereto and the settlement
thereof. HENRY WEUKIl.
Faot of Yamhill street.
ALX. KINDS or tVOOD,
Sawed and unsaved, constantly on band, and
o delivered to any pan nt me cut. iu
I'lrst street, bet. Ash "d I'lnf,
RRPK CONSTANTLY ON HAND A PINE
V Had complete sloek of
SCOTCH, ENGLISH, FRENCH & DOMESTIC GOODS
Which ate BBs.-passsii,aiid which he
will matte ap
AT COST PRICES. S
DR. PAUL M. BRENAN,
The Most Successful Physician on the
IN THE TREATMENT OF ALL
CHRONIC AND DIFFICULT DISEASES,
HAS ItETl RN EI AFTER AN EXTENSIVE
tour of the Kastern States for tbe pastfottr
molMh. Tllf IJuclor visiteu ail ine pnncissi
medical institutlon In the large cities of tbe
United states, and conies hack with all the
modern method, instruments and appliance
known to tbe must aclenllAe men In the pro
fession. The loc'or bas also brought charts
and manikins to illustrate his lectures.
II K. l'AUI, M. HKK. A. ba Men la years
lecturing on tbe Iawsof IJfe and Health. In
his private and public leeuirei be has taught
men and women ine irue sysiem o me. mw
bebealtbv and haiior. if tbes would onlr be
guided by bis wisecouiuel. Hut all canaot hear
nis aellgnuui anu iDHrocun lecicres, nor can
lie tell everything necessary for suffering hu
manity In know from tbe public rottram be
fore a promiscuous audience. There remains
IIIUCU 10 oe learneu iron uiin, mm um Mn-
encs extends over Droait netua oi active pro
fessional life. This knowledge so necessary lo
the welfare of sufferers call only be gleaned by
f rlvate lTotesxinuai consultation at nis omce.
lis nxnerlence In tbe various parts ot Eurone
and America gives htm snch opportunities of
learning tbe delicate diseases wnicu tne nn
rtian family are prone to, tbelr mode of treat
ment and nermanent cure, as no other physi
cian on the PaclBc Coast can claim. He has
not only treated ttiese aiaeaaes most sn cease
lolly, but has made them a life study, as a few
momenta' consultation will prove.
He has become an expert in tne treatment oi
sesae. weakness ana derangement ot tne re
productive organs of both male and female,
nctaatng utscasea cwiku uj ii
i f i, i.i lis or Yor rii,
Huch as HrgaatAToaaHiEA.orHKMiNAi. Wsak
NKas.orLobS or 1'KkrsiT Vrr ality. Nearly
two-thlr is of all the Chronic Disease spring,
either directly or indirectly, from some de
rangement Of tne sexu.u system, anu yes wis
subject Is neglected by the majority of the
IT IS Tito:
That person, who are unfortunate enough to
be afflicted by any form ol sexual disease nave
a delicacy Incalllng upon the proper physt-
elan in lime, rrom a sense oi mouesiy, anu
sometimes from Ignorance, and permit those
diseases lo exist until their constitutions be
enma eorrunted. their organization broken
down, and tbe hope of future happiness blight
ed, until death becomes a welcome messenger
lo carry them out oi weir miseraoie exigence.
1 hose woo can in uuie umju uiv i-auij Ji.
Il k UN AS' need have no fear b'lt what be will
raainre tbeiu to Derfeet bealtb and vigor, make
their bodies pure and tbelr minds content. If
they will only iohow nis aa vice anu ireatmeuu
tAtarrn, sroucoiiw, mnm uikh.., osis
Diseases, Rheumatism, Kidney Complaint and
all IMseaaes ol tne r.ye anu nar, Btomacn aud
Klaiider. be can cure without fall. No Quack
Nostrums used; no slop treatment; no false
promises tverytning strictly connaenuai
under all circumstances,
f 'oiisiiltutioii free, and a list of minted
questions sent to those living at a distance who
cannot consult mm penmnany.
All Hurclcal operations penormea.
litltcc- No. m Ktrst street, between Oak and
Pine. Otnce Hours From 10 to 12 a. m.. i lo 5
and 7 to if. X. 9-1 Iy
CATARRH POSITIVELY CURED !
DR. JAMES KF.CK, TIIK CKLEBRiVTED
Catarrh Dia-tor, of Cblcaco, fontierly of
Aurora. Illinois. Is now located In lortland.
Oregon, where be Hives (at bis otnce) a FREE
TRIAL of a
SURE CURE FOR CATARRH.
The Doctor treat successfully ail Chronic
IJIseasva avuu r , lll.ir I , rmm nr. " " , mi-t
eer without pain; bas a never-faillni; cure for
KKVBtt and AUUE. Medicines seat to an
partaof the country, and all pro per questions
answered throtucb tbe mails promptly by en
closing two stamps. OfHceConsultation FRKE.
write, or call anu see me iMcwr n you are
Hcedlnc medical aid.
OfacertrowDridge-s imnains;, corner tusnu
Alder streets, north or Town Clock, rooms
No.'s U and 14, second floor.
OfBce houra From a. x. to 12 ic.and from 1
to . and to 8 r. M. Sundays, 1 to I r. M.
rviat vmcc nnx ass. e-i
NEW E N C LA N D MARKET
Corner of Norlli Fourth nntl E Mreel.
TN THIS MARKET YOU wILu FIND AT
1 all Uhh. and at tbe IA)WE8T 1-OSSIBLE
RtnKH. Peesb. Hmoked and Salt Meats. Ponl-
try. Lard and Ktf- Also Henry Ante & Co.'s
Standard St. Iuls Sugar-cured Hams, and
James E. Boyd's Kstra Omaha Hams, the
ItaU Valley brand.
Ss NEW KNGIVND MARKET.
J. F. MILLER,
Cosmopolitan Boot & Shoe Store,
COR. THIRD AND MORRISON STS.,
Will keep a roll supply of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Made from the Very Best Stock.
Kor sale for CASH at prices that defy compe
Positively n' Chlnee-madi good kept.
LIVERY, HACK AND FEED STABLES,
r. eeiiiin mm inyior Hirrrin.
Rcasonalde Charges for Hire and Itoardlnr.
Hark orders promptly attendet. Day or Night.
IVIHIIIWAItll A JIAtillO.V, 1'rop'H.
JOHN A. BECK,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER.
1st Front street, Ivtrtlan!, Oregon.
Fine Assortment of
CIDCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, AND SPECTACLES
At LOW PRICES.
I am selling American Watches at EASTERN
mi - i . v. i r . . 1 1 " - -
1 Ifc.V, r. " , l ,, nrn. I ia' ,1 I Kr MlttCU.
NO HUMBUO! Heth Thomas' Clocks at Old
REPAIRING a Specialty.
In Prices I Defy Com petit
OREGON TRANSFER COMPANY
General Eorwardinjy and Commission.
Freight and baggage forwarded and delivered
Willi dlepatcn. llanos ana rurnisurv movsn.
Orders JOr Haeks Pramptly Attended to. Day
Oflice S. W. Cor. Second nnd Stark his,
bb- Mark, Care of O. T. Co. 7-18
PISHEL & ROBERTS,
Corner ol Flrt nntl Aider atreetn.
rORTI-.ND, OREO JN.
THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK!
THE MOST FASHIONABLE STOCK !
THK LOWEST PJtlGES
Of any 1loae In the Stote.
EVERY GARMENT WARRANTED AS REPRESENTED
risiim. a Roberts.
Corner First and Alder streets,
W. H. MARSHALL & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
Staple and Fancy -Groceries,
SHIPS' STORES, OILS, ETC.
Every Description of Oregon Produce
Bought and Taken in Exchange.
COIIII.S DELIVERED 1RF.F.!
To all Farts of Ibe City.
No. 31 II St . bctHrcii rirtt nntl .Second
PORTLAND, OREGON. . 9-
rpiIERK IS A COMBINATION OF BOON
A, omy ami coureoleiice In theute of the
ADJUSTABLE STRAINER !
CAST IRON STEAMER!
Tour Cookius rtcnill ore Iiiconiitele
EITHER OR BOTH FITTED TO ANY SIZE KETTLE.
itu. Qtaamert will save the nrlce of theirt-
selves In two weeks in any family. Tbey eaa
be used with equal advantage in ooiiidk, as 11
Is impossible to burn meat or vegetables to the
nt mnr battle. When thev are nsetl in
steaminic, whatever you are cooking is Inside
of the kettle, thereby getting tne full benefltof
the beat. Tbey are just wnat is wanteu in
nnRin, fralt. Rltber the Strainer or Steamer
can be removed with a knife of fork when hot.
and are easily anjustea. o corners or joiuvs
about either that are bard lo keep clean.
Sold by Agents Tor 75 cents Each.
Agents will call on you shortly. Address
S-is East Portland, Or.
ishermen Company's Market,
29 Stark St., be t. FIrt and Strond,
Keeps every variety of
Frosh and Salt Water Fish,
ututlaaaltt and Retail, onnstantlr on hand.
Orders liwm the city and country respectfully
solicited and filled with dispatch, at lower
prices than any other house on toe eoask .im,
ron.TKY AND GAME.
Call and be convinced. t
-T GEO. UIU-TIN A CO., Managers. .
, iDlMVmvlV CT 1XIWTI 1 II IHK.
, vmP vd,uumm whA itava varz m ill.
line to call upon or address him. Estimates
4 ..... .... annlleiatlAn. HHll n InOUlrleS
J. K. GILL & CO'S
Jf EAV BOOK STOKE,
STARX AND FIRST STREETS,
is now open ro the runuc.
a ,iial invitation Is extended to all to
visit the establishment.
ij--ivrs s oils i
Crockery and Glassware !
A SPECIALTY OF LAMPS AND OILS!
rnilB CELEBRATED "HERO" OIL-BEST
I In the market. For sale by as only. Or
ders from the eoanu-y promptly ailed. Send
and try HERO OIL. Satis Bsettoo gaaranteed.
We are hare Utplease.
OIH A 3UMMKUS,
S-K No. US First street, PorUand.
THE AURORA RES1TAURANT,
Northeast cor. Front and Alder streets.
The only place in Portland where yoa can gtl
A GOOD SQUARE MEAL
6 For 25 Cents.
Jens it. MrrciiELi . bau-h m. dexkst
MITCHELL &. DEMENT,
nppif Rrr,r Pir,t ami Vorrtson streets.
rooms rormerly occupied by Boehtel's Ttotttro
JOS. SIM OX.
C A. DOLPII.
X. C BROKAUOH.
D0LPII, BBO.MCGH, DOLPII 4 SIM0.1
ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE, PORTLAND.
JNO. M. DALY,
TILL PRACTICE IN THK DISTRICT AND
united states Court.
BARBER &. NICKLIN,
No. It9 I'lmt Street,
J. G. ULEXX,
Southwest corner First and Yamhill
RAWDON ARNOLD, M. D.,
Ilomcropsthlc rhjlrlan and 5ar;con.
RESIDENCE AND OFFICK-K W. Corner
Market and Third streets, Portland, Ore
gon. OlHeeHoors S to W A. M..S lo4 and 7 to
MRS. DR. B. A. FORD. DR. A. L.FORD.
FFICE AND RESIDENCK CORNER OF
rirstand .Monigomery sssai,u.esv.
ca-pneetal attention (dvsm to Diseases of
Women tntd Children. &-3
PHYSICIAN .AND SURGEON,
Oflice, Ktrotrbritlse'H Ilillldlitc;, Cor.
First nntl Alder Streets,
Or at residence, cor. Market and Front.
Office Hocus From 10 to 12 A. St., and I to A
and 7 lo p. x.
a- Special Attention to Surgery and Dis
eases of Women and Children. S-4T
OREGON & CALIFORNIA RAILROAD CO.
TO TAKE EFFECT SUNDAY, SEPT. 15,
Dal'y (Sunday excepted) as folio ws:
PORTLAND AND ROSEBTJRG
Portland 1SK A. X. I lUKeburK 1'. X
ltoseburKH A. 3t. I Portlaa-lS P. M.
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN,
Dally (except Sundays),
Portland ,. 4 P. M. I Albany 8:88 r. M
Albany SA.lt. lrtbtlMl 1S A. it
Dally (eaeept SnsMkty)
Portuuvit 8:16 A. x. I Junctlo 6 r. m
Junctloo b:li A. M. I lorUaad fcS p. H.
Tbe Oregon and California Railroad Ferry
makes connection with all Regular Trains.
f : lose connections are made at noseoun: wnn
the Stages of tbe California and Oregon Stage
ca Tickets for sale to all the principal points
In California and tbe East, at Company's odice.
Cor.F and Frost Sis., at Ferry Landing, Portland,
cir Storase will be Charged on Freiebt re
maining lo Warehouses over SI boars.
nr Kreiantwtii not oe receiven forsnipstent
after 5 o'clock r. M.
J, BKVNDT, Jr.,
Gen. Fretcht and Paesenger AgeoL
Portland to San Francisco.
Carrj ins lT. S. Kail ana Wells, Fargo Jfc
The Oregon Steamship Company and Pa
cific Coast Steamship Company will dispatch,
every five days, for tbe above port, one of their
new ami elegant A. t iron steanumps, via:
THE OREGON, GEO. W. ELDER, AND
STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
SAILING DAYS-Octobar 11. 1G, 21 SO, 31.
NoVr 3, 10, 15, SO, 25, 30.
Leaving Portland at S a. j.
THROUGH TICKETS sold to all the princi
pal Cities In the United States and Canada.
For particulars for Pasaase and FrerfbUapply
to G. W. WEIDLER, Agent O. S. S. Co.. ,
Corner F and Front Sts.. Portland,
Or J. McCR A K EN A Co., Agts P. C. S. S. Co
68, a? and 61 North Front!jt..l"ortland, Or.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
VOTICE IS HEREBY 0IVEN TOAT TIIE
JN undersigned, the Administrator of the
estate of A lot Ruff, deceased, late of Mnltno
rnth'eounv, o'f Oregon ha. filed Unlhe
rvuintr foort of said county his anal account
SmSSor tbe said esl.ile.and that
WednSstay. the 17th day of December, A. D.
tiro basbeen flied as tbe time of settlement
ofaaM TSnaT iccoont.at the Court House in the
said county and Stale, at tbe boar of ten
rfeloekA.M.of said day. the time appointed
i . i iwr hearinp obleetlnns thereto.
,r tntr . . . . - . .
and for final settlement.
KyOTUerot tne vuuit, uhbiumo;!, wuv
I hi lied four weeks successively in the New
I K 1 1 1 11 "1 ' -
IMtetl Novembers, nsm, a-s
VOSS & FUHR,
(Successor to Peter Wagner),
Bread, Cakes, Pastry, Pilot Bread
hooa, ricnlc, Butter, Boston,
Sugar and Shoo Fir
JENNY UND CAKES, GINGER SNAPS, ETC.
M Washington street, Portland Ogtt.
svOrders from the Trade sol letted.
BAY CENTER OYSTERS,
ALISKY & HECELE'S,
First Si, bet. Alder and Morrison.
TNVITES HIS OLD PATRONS AND THE
1 Public generally to call at his r
NEW BUTCHER SHOP,
Washington at, one door east of TnlrJ