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THURSDAY MAY 6, 1880.
LOCAL IEV8. '
lb. Win Wafers baa been appointed
sjssjwtsj u. n. jnanoat.
A targe Dumber of Vancouver people
wen in tne city Monday.
There are nftw ninety-nine licensed
Ik nor saloons in Portland.
The delinquent tax roll fur 1879 ia
ery small, Ueiujr only $6,737.
John M. Morpliy, of the Olympia
Standard, returned home yeeterday.
The new steamer Columbia will sail
from New York for Portland direct next
Batarday.
Hon. M. C. George opened bis politi
cal eampaigu at Jacksonville last Mon
day night.
The excursion of Willamette Co.
No. 1 to Corvallis last Suodsy was
largely attended and very anecessfol.
A ftmnd excursion from Philomath,
Corvallis and other Interior towns, to
Portland, will take place next Saturday.
Mr. Josiah Melvin, an old settler of
Oregon, died near St, John's Saturday
morales;. He cade to Oregon in 1846.
Judge Deady has appointed J. II.
Woodward to act as chief supervisor of
election under the Federal election law.
Owing to the so perior finish and excel"
lenee of work, A bell stands pre-eminent
as a photographer. Give him a
call.
Wonder's Oregon Blond Purifier ia
the great conqueror of biliousness and
liver complain t. Relief certain jn every
ease.
Mr. B. Ik Durham, auditor and clerk,
who ha been ill recently with the
measles, is now able to be upon the
street.
Mrs. Leorena Wills, wife of Jacob
Wills, of Wilis's Mills, died on the 3d
Ins. The deceased crossed the plains
ial8to.
Tbe0. R. & X. Company have re
duced the charges on wheat, flour and
other freight to SI 50 per ton between
Sale and Portland.
The booae-warmiog of tbe St. An
drew's Society at their new suite of
rooms io Union block Tuesday evening
waa a very pleasant affair.
Mr. Oscar Dunbar, an old Oregon
compositor, bat who tor the past eight
yean baa resided in SaD Francisco, gave
us a pleasant call yesterday.
The Oregon Iron Works properly, at
Albina, waa purchased last Thursday,
at assignee's sale, by Messrs. Ktuitb
Bros, as Watson, for the sum of $15,025.
TbeOregon on her last voyage brought
np the largest cargo which lias been
' carried over the bar for many years.
It consisted of 2,100 ions of "aborted
merchandise.
Gen. E. A. Sherman has accepted the
Invitation of Oeorce WrUrbt lt No. 1.
O. A. It., to deliver the oration on ins
olation Day, which this year
on Sunday, will be celebrated
f.iilinj; i
l lie I
win met.
Tbe pupils of Professor Cardinell cave
their annual exhibition and ball at
Turn Halle Monday evening. Tbe hall
was well filled, and the exhibition
paased off in a mauner grullfyliig to all
concerned.
An old gentleman named ITenry
Warren, from Milan, Missouri, tiled on
the Elder on her last voyage irnm San
Francisco to this port, He has children
at Spokan Falls, whom he vru on hie
way to visit.
The lecture of Rev. J. L. Parri-ili at
Y..M. C. A. Hall on Tuesday evening,
apon "Reminiscences of Early Times in
Oregon," waa not so well attended ax
the
manner In Which the SUMeot was
treated deserved.
Those who wish an excellent sutt cf
clothing, guaranteed to give perfect sst- 1
1st action as to price, quality am! lit,
ahoald call on W. H. Utter, with VV. J. I
Qntnn, who has re-opened at I. Is old
stand, 28 Stark street.
Amour those who will canvass the ,
Rt.t. In ilo intmataoT thai Hr..it.ii.ii
nominees daring the present campaign
may be mentioned Hon. J. N. Dolph,
Hon. Bnfus Mai lory, Judge Ktearn,
Hon. A. C. GIbbs, Hon 'Lisa Applegate
swmI General Odell.
Tbe rivef has been rising very rapid
ly for the past few days, and lu conse
quence workmen have been engaged in
removing freight from ttsaswarer to the
upper docks, so that very Mttic damage
will be done unless the water reaches
aa unusual height.
Tbe report of the pabJIe schools for
the past month shows that, with an at
tendance of over 1,800 popila, t here were
only 17 cases of tardiness. Five years
ago there were bat 97S pupils In attend
ance daring April, and 530 eases of tar
diness were recorded.
Dr. Bawdon Arnold, homo?ipalbic
pbysieiao and surgeon, whose office and
residence is now at No. 83 Fourth street,
is fast gaining the confidence of tbe pub
lic, and, although a resident of this city
for but a few mouths, is building np an
extensive and well-deserved practice.
Rev. Isaac Dillon, at present in the
East, baa seen ml very low rates on the
Union and Central Pacific Railroads for
an excursion to Oregon and tbe Oregon
State Fair, which commences July 1st.
The excursion train will start from New
York June 16:h, passing Chicago and
St. Louis.
The great firm of Flelschner, Mayer &
Co. hi still engsged in selling goods by
the ton. Milliners who wish to replen
ish their Spring stocks for May and
Jane are Invited to inspect their Im
mense assortment of everything new
and desirable in bonnets, bats, feathers,
flowers, ribbous, laces, ornaments and
novel ties of every device and description.
Jacob Mayer knows just what you want
and how to select It for you in New
York, at bed rock prices. Examine his
stock and see if ibis isn't so.
About 2:30 o'clock Saturday morning,
that portion of tbe brick building on
Uie corner of Ash and First streets oc
cupied by the Standard and Willamette
farmer offices was discovered to be in
flames. Tbe department was soon on
band, and succeeded in eettimr th flr.
, ander control, but not until the offices
mentioned were completely destrored
Tiie store of Oilman & Co.. auctioneers.
in tbe same building, was completely
wrecked. The Standard and Farmer
were insured for $l,.'t00 each ; Oilman &
Co. for 51,000; and W. K. Smith, owner
of the building, for $2,000.
The announcement of the Portland
City Homestead on our fourth page
should receive the careful attention of
everybody. To such of our friends as
de-ire to purchase in the Homestead,
uc will state that, upon receipt of their
full name aud address by either Mrs. A.
A. Duuiway or the Dutuway Publishing
Co., accomjianleii by $5 00, the first pay
ment on oce lot, we will forward to
theui a bond for deed. Ail subsequent
pivuienls must lie made to the baukuig
in - of Lidd v'c Tilton, in this city;
hi .1, when ihe Is-t installment I paid,
a v. irr.ini d.-c-d will be given. This Is
a r re opportunity to m c:e, at a iicnii
t. ' cost, property which will in a few
years be valuable for city residence?,
and should be embraced by all.
LETTER FB0X OHIO.
To the Editor or tub New Noam west :
By reading tbe editorial correspond
ence of the New 2foRTHWK8T of April
1st, I was led to tender tbe writer my
svmnatbr. not that I think abe needs
any help (but from our Father In Heav
en) to defend the truth ; and abe has
had so many victories to strengthen her
faith thai I know ahe has no fears of tbe
final result. I have been thinking we
ought rather to expend our sympathies
upon her opponent, Dr. S. G. Irvin?,
who is certainly under a strong delusion.
His teaching would make God a tyrant,
and who can love a tyrant? "God Is
love," saith tbe Scripture. No wonder
such a preacher makes infidels.
Tbe great transgression, according to
Paul, was disobedience ; and yet woman
was not created when man was com
manded not to eat of the tree of knowl
edge of good and evil. She waa kept
pare to become flesh and blood with tbe
Son of God, to "snva rebel man." As
Adam waa a representative of all men,
ao Eve was a representative of all wom-
. Woman's subjection to nan was
for a purpose I need not name ; but It
relieved her from the law that "worketh
wrath." No animals' blood had to be
sacrificed for ber sins; but bet flesh and
blood was sacrificed upon tbe cross to
atone for the sins of men. Did not Si
mon ssW toCnrist's mother (by the Holy
Ghost), "A sword shall pierce through
toy soul 1" There are many women,
and many sons of women, in whose
aplritaj there is no guile who will stand
before! the thrown of God at tbe last dav
witboat fault. I believe In Christian
perfection and profess It
j Matilda Wallace.
Ham moods vll I e, Ohio, April 20.
THEATRICAL.
The Orcgonian stated that Miss Annie
Adamk Little Maud, Miss Belle Douglas,
Miss Lou Edgar, Mr. Lindsay, Mr. Al
len, and other members of the company
recently at New Market, are play lug at
Walla Walla. It was reported when
they left this city that they went to the
Sound.
John Maguire's benefit on Monday
even lop, white a success financially,
was not so artistically, judging from the
complaints heard upon every hand. Tbe
most notable feature of the eveuing was
the unrolling of the new drop curtain,
painted by John R. Wilkin, which is
said to be a very fine piece of scenic
work.
The performance tivon ly Kir ton
Hill and Miss Josie Cameron Saturday
alternoon at New Market Theater was
not well attended, and in consequence
they did not apiieur in the evening as
advertised. If Mr. Hill con!d not draw I
when supported by Mr. Chaplin and
-""guire's company, ue surely could uot
r :l 'wu,IBt' wan oiuy iti isvt v auierou
ami a air. liarnes, 01 uiympia, 10 assist.
The benefit tendered by the ciliens
of Portland io Mrs. I). F. Smith at New
Market Theater lust Friday evening was
largely attended by the elite of th.- city,
and tbe lady may well feel proud ol the
appreciation with which she was met by
her many friends. Hhe was ably as
sisted by some of the best amateurs aud
professionals in Portland, ami every
number was rendered in excellent style.
Mrs. Hraith was particularly elective
in scenes from "Macbeth," showing a
thorough appreciation of the author's
meaning, and foreshadow! up a brilliant
iuture for the lady should she properly
develop her histrionic talents. She will
uppear at Pope's Hall in Oregon City
to-morrow evenii.ir. and
e bespeak
for her a crowded house.
TI,r- okeuos KtDXEr
TEA.
K-ad the following testimonials, not
from persons 3,000 miles away, whom
no one knows, bnt from well-known
trustworthy cltisens of Oregon,
wlirwe uarries, written with their o
hinds, can be seen at our office:
Pkmi'.ktos, Or., Jan. 12. 1880.
Having U"l-! the OBEQOS KlDNEY
Tea for one of my sotn, whose urinary
organs were injured by taking turpen
tine, I cheerfully certify to its beneficial
effects, and recotnmeud the same to the
public. Lot l.IVEKMOKK,
Agc-ut for Wells, Fargo A Co.
Portland, O-.. Jan. 22, 1890.
I hereby certify thai I have used the
Onr.ooN Kidney Tea and been greatly
benefited by it. I heartily recommend
it to the public.
CitAtoiE Sharp, Jr.,
Traveling- Ag"t for Wheeler & Wilson
Mfg. Co., 20 Geary st., S. F.
Hoxor raov EruoPB. It is rounded on all
sides that Dr. Ayer's Pills are above compari
son Willi other medicines. Uniting the best
elements known to the chemist, they are par
ticularly efiVellve against the numerous tom
acbtc disorders loi which they are recom
mended as a euro. Three Pills are so mild,
yet searching, that they are often prescribed
by doctors who otherwise do not favor patent
medicines. Indeed, with the fratu or Dr.
Avers genius In the shape of Illls, Harsapa
rllla. Ague Cars and Cherry Ieetoral, one
might with ftupuulty travel through Ike
swamps of tropical America, or follow Stanley
on his travels through the inierior of Africa.
Amsterdam Nieair van den Dug.
KEW THIS WEEK.
RAWDOM ARNOLD, M. D.,
BesMrspaUIr nyslrlsa ssi sargrss.
f.sriiKXCE AND OFKK'F-No B5 Fourth
I, lelwcen Stark and llik. rortlMiiil
r:..-:-11 ours -8 to lit A. X., 2 to 4 and 7
felo
Ice Cream aud Soda. Water !
ALISKY A HECELE'S,
Tiist bet.
Alder and
mil
HorrlH.
IITATIOX.
IN THE CorSTY COURT OF THE STATE
of Oregon for the county of Multnomah.
In the matter ol ihe ette of I', r. ija , de
ceased. To Jnm- .V. Ihivi. Sarah Ann Nh.ii
Merrill U-ivi,, Viitfil DavNamt Wen.li II Havi.
Uelrnof ! W. D:ivl, di-ceoM-d, in the n. lllll- ol
iiif.an- itr'Knn: ny ord-r of the uv
eiiliiV.I f t. mmi" on tl- .m i,i '.j.iv
I). Iv.. j. .u re li.rebj eiled and re. ml red' to
appear before the Judge of this Court at the
I'oun-rnom therwif, in the ritv of Portland
eoonty and -tale aforenal.l.on the Mil dav at
.1 aly, A. 1. ISSi, at the liour ol t-n i lm o'. i.w-k
in the fun-noon ol ail dav. tlu n ami ihi re o
how r.iu-. If any exist, whv an or.ler should
not tie gl anted l.y tills l'(.nrt n, ll.uiiili M
'i.ii-is, Auluiiiistratrix i.f said , siati- n, s,.'l i
lie reai i -lati- trt-l.inkiui; in s-o. ,-si,ti, (
!. iri.-'y : lil urn1 ill in ItlfM k mi.. tuiiHlr.-.l
ili-i imietv-i ly'.i l'l-.inHii c'vi.l i'.irll.m 1.
Mu'Tr.olu.ih I .I'lnli . .s-'.ir ol i i. '-n, il im lug
a paicel or ground ail by lou feet ii'iutiing upon
Had and Meventh streets in sautelty, enrloned
by a picWel and board fenc-, lmniz a one
KUiry wiviilen lisri-Illnii-lionKe ,Tie.t thereon.
In orili-r 'o i'o iiikI shI.nIv lh.- i-lainis a-i,i
rli-oTu'i's aim 'i-l a.-! i si , a m l,. - w-i::i.i!i
Hl.-I .11 t'lls fi.urt ,)j tin- tih , . ,j
i.i-"'. I . . II r.
Wit-., -si el' .ii v
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1 1..
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lor If
tiiSniiu ilte Mi4t o. Mm! (.uun m
nxed, this 5tb day ol May. A. I). lMu.
JAMES A. SMITH, Cierk.
by A. E. Borttwnk, Dt puty.
MISCELLANEOUS
Established in (371.
ACKERHAX'S
DOLLA E. STORE,
87 and 89 First Street
AS If
86 and 88 Second Street,
PORTLAND ORBUON
G8BCKERY, 91ASS & PLATEB WARE,
An Immense Assortment.
FANCY OO0D8, TOYS, NOTIONS,
LAMPS, LAMP STOCK, CHANDKUKBB,
BRACKETS. FRAMES. MIRRORS,
CROQUET SETS, BIRD CAGES,
BARY CARRIAGES, ETC, ETC,
V-31
MACKINAW
MEUSSDORFFER'S.
rpHE MACKINAW HAT 18 TBE MOST
X durable Summer Bat maonHsctored. It
will not spoil bv rain, and is la the loot ran
the -:.rpext Hnmmer Hat made. Tbe genuine
is thu best, and only for tale at
XEUSSBORFFER'S,
IS I VroHt Htreet. nnrt lea I'lrst .Street.
a -Si lm
BARTSCH'S MUSIC STORE,
143 Pint Street, Portland,
General Act'til lor
Kranirti A Marh.rrnvt Gabler ?ie M-nlc
I'prUrat Pianos nml Jiurdelt Urgnas.
Instruments mid on the installment plan.
Sheet Music. Mook and Musical Merchandise.
Catalogues tarnished on application. Country
orders promptly attended to.
as-Tuning and Kepalrtng a Specialty, myl
SHAM CARPET-CIS Aitllfi
REXOVATISO ESTABLISHMENT,
X. BAIX, Proprietor.
Blankets Scoured, Rleaelied and Ue-napped,
Mattresses and feathers Kenovated,
Lace Curtains and Shades aHpsetalty.
And Carpets Be-Ulted and Re-laid.
Works Bead ef sTasfersan Street
(On Canyon Hoad.)
aw Bell Telephone and Order Slate at
Clilld'a Drugstore, corner Second and Morri
son streets; also, at Pmreral Faruitnre stnre,
First and Yamhill streets. S-30
CORBETT'S
LIVERY, HACK AND FEED STABLES,
Vr. lii-wHil anil Taylor streets.
Reasonable Charge for Hire and Boarding.
Hack orders promptly attended. Day or Night.
WOOHTTAXH Az XAHIIK.V, drop's.
2CITW HAIlEETi
NEW ENGLAND MARKET
(Formerly Amador),
('raw or Jforth Foartb tusd K streets.
IX THIS MARKET YOU WILL FIND AT
all times, and at tbe LOW KMT POSSIBLE
PRICES. Fresh, Smoked aad Salt Meats, Poul
try, Lard and Kggo. Also Henry Aaaea a Co.s
Standard St. Lonls Sagar-erMl Hams, and
James K. Boyd's Extra Omaha Huns, the
Piatt Valley brand,
aw (Jive us a call.
S-sSi NEW ENGLAND MARKET.
LADIES' EMPORIUM.
THE LAMES' EM POBIU M, ESTABLISHED
1 slltt Front street, near Alder, la beooaalng
one of tbe Instttntlons of Portland. Ladles'
Underwear, Laces, Embroideries, Wools, Zeph
yrs, Chen I lies, Bristol and Card Board a Spec
ial 17. Best assortment of Relief Pictures,
Rnchlngs. Handkerchiefs, ete. In fact, almost
everything needed by the Ladles for fancy
work and articles of venae can be ftmnd at
Oarrlson's Emporium, 19 Front street. Orders
from abroad solicited ami promptly nuca.
f iik oeiH newioi mciihs
can be found al Onirlsonl Sewing Machine
iMore, 1 ,1 rruiu iirers viu.m -
circular price lists sent when desired. S-2S
ZMPraS BAKERY.
VQSS & FUHR,
(Sucoessor to Peter Wagner),
Vonnfocturers of
Bread. Cakes, Patfry, Pilot Bread,
Soda, NchIc, Butter, Dofton,
Sugar and Shoo Fly
CRACKERS,
JURY IMO CAIE3, BtMtt S8AK, ETC.
M iVoahington street, IHtrtland Ogn.
sarorders from the Trade solicited.
AMERICAN
STEAM DYE1NB AHO CIEAHIRG WOSXt
tm'e and n.KAX all Kisns ok silk
JL wiMilen and mtxd goods, alter the best
and newet 'Icrman and French systems Kid
i;!oves and Kiat!ii'M cleaned and dud by a
new proves.. Ulansitsand Furs cleaned nlee
1. iiiiiu'cioiiiing cleaned and dyed a spec
ialty. O. CONRAD St CO., No. 10 Salmon
-....- 1 . 1 1 . 1 . a 11 u , un-vun. o-oi
QOn A M''TII giiarantred: 1 . a div at
'JIOW l..,:nr m.i.l- to the industrious. I apl-
1 not r..utin.i: w w :i
w..ni.-nt I. .s a"..l eirls in .V
-tart
Men,
w.,rk lur 11- i'i 111 .,1 an; Lone
inn
els
r isti-r at
Tin- work
-'" ' ' .0 ir.' , 11,,
' ' A- ' s l '.-'l.'.r ..lilr.vui.,uliBil
see for themselves. Costly outfit and terms
rree. Now In tbe time. Those already al work
5..-5yin: up ,re sums of money. Add rem
lULcavuatiiUBUiiaiQe. ftf7
TJKY GOODS VXD MIJjLIJsERY.
MOTICi
TO-
WK HAVK OI'BSCKl) OUR
MAMMOTH STOCK
OH
HILLHTEE.Y GOODS
Direct from ths rdanufactnrcrs.
Persons Visiting this City are Spc
cially Invited to Examine Our
Stock TJefore Purohasin.
LEWIS & STRAUSS,
So. 123 First Street.
1856.
1880.
SPRING OPENING.
We are now receiving
OUR SPRING IMPORTATIONS
or
Dry and Furnishing Goon's!
Which comprise
THK MOST C0MPLETK A889IITJIIOT
We have ever sttered.
We shall end so tor, as in ths past, to sell tbe
HKST QUALITY of Goods at
I?02?TTX.VXt PRICES.
SOT Everr Indoastneut that can he offered
will be cheerfully given, aod ao sflbrt will be
spared to please eoslomers.
OLDS & KING,
TTo. liLY Xltii-a Street,
I"ORTLAJsD OKEOOX.
FLS1SCHHEP., MAYER & CO.
Kront sod Wrst stmts, bsC Asm and A.
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
SPUING SEASON.
MR. MAYRR 1LS MADK VKKY RXTEN
lve pwmlisisso-fa IMll tins of
MILLINERY GOODS,
TMmet fungi 11m AfaaaSuauraM asd IsanBtters
la New York, our sioek will eemssi et tbe
latest styles nmt somos or
ITeatIicr smcl Plumes,
French Flovors.
Hats, Shapes,
Mblions, Tlaln, Cros Grain and Fancy,
Silts, TcItcIs, etc., etc.,
To which we In vlts the aUeoUon of the Milli
nery Trade oromsw ami nnwm
lory.
Bafse tbe only Wholesale Heose la the State
ImaorMag MILLINBKY GOODS direct from
New York, we will be prepared to ottr extra
ladBeeraeots to our Friends and Patrons.
sss
S. B. SMITH. O0- A. Y0D.VO.
OCCIDENTAL HOTEL,
t ornor or I'lrst nnd Morrison Streets,
rOr.TL.VND, OIIEOOK.
Doard sod Hoem.perday $1 S9
Renovated sod Nswly Furnished.
FKEK COACH TO AND FI10M THE HOUSE.
S-51 SMITH Jt YOONO, Proprietors.
PIONEER WOOD-YARD,
Fsot ol Yamhill street.
JULIUS SORENSEX.
all Hixns or tvoon,
Rawed and unsawed, constantly on hand, and
5 delivered to any part of the city. Z7
MISCELIVNEOUS.
Clothing Way Up !
Prices Way Down !
FISHEL & ROBERTS
IT AVE KKCEIVED, DIItKCT FHOM THE
MANUKACTTJREB3, ALL TIIE LATEST
STYLES OF
Nobby Clothing,
Furnishing Goods,
Hats, Caps, Etc.,
Which, allhootjh they haws advanced In price
33 per esai, will be soM far the next co days
at old prices.
riSItUL .t KMIlKItrs,
Corner ol llrst anil Aider streets,
PORTLAND. OKEG J.V.
S-S
Ohronrio-Lithography
Lithography,
Photo -Lithography,
COUNTY AND CITY MAPS,
-A-D 5
Printing of Ercrr Description
EXBCVTBO WITH
PROMPTNESS, NEATNESS
AND AT
REASONABLE RATES.
Estimates and Design Furnished on appli
cation.
NI3L3GS & BJSRBE.
No. 67 Tront Street,
PORTLAND-
..OREOON
Mannf.ictnrer, Importer and Jobber in
FUKNITsTllE.
BEDDINfi, CARPETS, PAPER HANGING.
WAREROOMK ISI and 1SJS Fust and 1st
Beeond atnet.
STEAM FACTORY H. W. Osmer Front and
sjn streets.
i'i:tla,yj. onncn.v.
G. HSI35ETSR,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Xu. I S Tirst street,
KEKS CONSrANTLY ON 1LNU A FINK
sod complete .lock of
SCOTCH, EK6USH, HKXett i C3MEST1S GOODS
Which are natk-pnssed.aad which he
will make up
AT COST TRICES.
OILS'
Crockery and Glassware f
A SPECIALTY OF LAMPS AND OILS!
rrtllK CELEBRATED "HERO" OIL-BRST
JL In the market. For sale by us only. Or
ders from tbe eoontrr promptly rilled. Semi
and try IlKRO OIL. Satisfaction guaranteed.
11 mv nvre ui piewne.
OLDS A 8U5IJIKR8,
S-S No.ua First street, 1'orUand,
5W.VSHINGTON ST., roRI LAND. ORE
Kon, respeetfully n-uest8 nil i,e readers ol
the New Northwest wLo bae work in his
line to call upon or address bim. Kstlmales
glTen on appliratlon, an I all Inquiries
promptly answered.
Ol rCf TO J009 A. YEAR, or to S per
O lOUU day In yonr own locality. No risk.
Women do as well as men. Many make more
than the amount stated above. No one ean
fait to make money Art. Anyone can do tbe
work, lou can make from CS cents to 52 an
boor by devottne your evenlniis and spare
time to the business. Nothing like It for
money-inakloE ever oflbred before. ItoMness
pleasant and strictly honorable. Reader, If
you want to know all about the best-paying
business before the public. send us your ad
dress and we will send you full particulars
and private terms free; samples worth !$ also
tree; you can then make up yonr mind for
yonrselt Address OEOltUE STINSON" A CO.,
Portland, Maine. 8-17
MISCELLANEOUS.
D. W. PRENTICE & CO.,
TnE LEADING
SVlusic .Dealers !
North of Sau Franrisco.
TIIE LARGEST STOC K OF
PIANOS!
From $203 to $1,000!
THE LAROEST STOCK OF
O H. G- iL KT S !
Tront $25 to $700!
TUB LAROEST STOCK OF
SHEET MUSIC AUD BOOKS!
iBtbsXortbweK.
Tmirummte of All Ktods Sold on Easy
PaymcmU.
SUBSGMBB TOR
D . W. PRENTICE & C0S
Monthly Musical Journal,
Wtilefc contains from 815 to 19 worth of new
vocal ana instrumental mime ami
valnableHnd Interest! n read
ing matter each year.
Only 75 Cents por Year.
D. W. PRENTICE & CO.,
No. 107 First Street,
a. K. GUI' eM stand).
I"0R rLAND ORBGON
s-II
REMOVAL.
"W. H. MARSHAIiIi & OO.
0
WIJIO TO TUB VERY LIBERAL EN-
enunsementwe have met with since oar
etwnmenosraent in tbe Grocery Bastnese,
we hare been compelled toseeklanjerand
more central quarters'" onr late premises
were quite Inadequate to meet the de-
manda of oar eonstantly Incieaslng trade.
Se have therefore mneh pleasure In an
nounetas; to the public that we have se
cured Stalls Nos. 4, 5, G and 7.
Central Market,
And we purpose maklns this place
The Central Rendezvous and Depot
For everybody to purchase all de
scriptions or
Staple and Fancy Groceries.
We are now dbTfdaytnc.ex steamer "flee. "V
AX IJIMHNSB STOCK
lOCAV GOODS,
rttrehnsstl with especial reJBrsiwM to onr new
departure.
Oar Prices are lower than those of
any other house in the city, and onr
Goods are all Fresh, New and "Well
Selected.
Y earnestly Invite the attention of
llonsekespers. Heads of Families, Ho
tel aud Boardloc House Keepers, ete.
to whom special Inducements will be
oflered-to our faetlitiee r supplytns
tliem with tbe best eJass ef fofxl" at tbe
Lowest Possible rriee.
or Goods delivered free and promptly to
'every part of tbe dty, also to all trains ami
steamboat.
RESIEMBEIt TIIE TLACE,
Central Market Grocery Store,
Stalls Nos. 4, 5, 6 and 7,
(Opposite 0Shea Bros'.)
V. H.
MARSHALL, & CO.
res tr
GO TO
THE AURORA RES1TAURANT,
Northeast cor. Front and Alder streets,
The only place In Portland where yon can get
A GOOD SQUARE MEAL
For 25 Cents. &
PR0FES3I0NAI.
IBas H. MrTCIJEI.I- BALPII X. DBSIX2CT
MITCH ELL' &IDEMENT,
Attorncys-at-Law.
OFFICE Corner First and Morrison streets,
rooms formerly occupied by liuchtcl'sjrietnre
Gallery. 8-58
J. S. DOLPH.
JOS. SIMON.
C. A. DOLPH.
E. C BCOXAUOIt.
D0LPU, DEOXACan, DOLPH SIU0.1
Attornevs-at-Law
ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE, PORTLAND.
2-Wtf
JNO. M. DALY,
Attorncy-at-Law
DALLAS, OREGON,
WILL PRACTICE IN THE DISTRICT AND
United States Courts. 6-38
W. KOEIILER,
DentistDentist Dentist.
"VTEW DENTAL ROOMS CORNER FIRS1
1 and Main streets, in Shade's new brick
uulldlng.over I'lummer's Drne Store. Jal
DR. J. a. GLENN,
ZJOJltitst,
Southwest corner First and Yamhill
PORTLAND, OREGON.
MISS OR. ANQIE L. FORD.
OFFICE Rooms I and 5, Moamutei.s Build
In?, lrasd ls First street.
KKSIDBNCB Corner of First and Mont
gomery streets, No. MB.
OB- Special attention given to Diseases ol
Women and Children. 9-3
TRAVEL.
OREGOH & CALIFORNIA RAILROAD CO
TO TAKK BFFKCT SUNDAY, SBFT. 15,
187S,at Ku.
DaUy (Sunday excepted) as follows: -
PORTLAND AND RO.SEBURG
as follows:
leave. arrive.
Portland 7:88 A.M. I Roseburs 7:60 r.3f
Roseburg5:UU A. M. Portland. p. x.
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIJ.,
Dally (except Sundays),
As follows:
LKAVE
AHRIVE
Albasy 8aKr.3t
rortland-lMS a. u
P.trllan.1 J p. f.
Albany M.
FREIGHT TRAINS,
Daily (except Sunday)
A3 FOLLOWS t
LEAVE. ARRIVE.
Portland 8:U A. M. I Janet ton SS&9 V. u
Junction 5: A. M. Portland SSI v.yu
The Oregon and California Railroad Ferry
makes connection with all Regular Trains.
Close connections are made at Roseburg with
the Stages of the California and Oregon Stage
Company
ere- Tickets for sale to all the principal points
In California and the Bast, at Company's office,
Cor.F and Front Sis., at Ferry Undlnir, Portland.
str Storage will be Charged on Freight re
maining In Watehouses over 31 hours.
tur Frelahtwill not be received for shipment
after 5 o'clock: p. X.
J. BRANDT, Jr.,
. x uwano. urn. sj,'w
Geo. Freight and Passenger Agent.
I-MI
Portland to San Francisco.
Carrjln U. S. Mall and Wells, Fargo &
Co.'s Express.
The Orecon Railway and Navhrailoa Com
pany and Pad lie Coast Steamship Company
will dispatch, every live days, for the above
Port, one of their new and eleeant A 1 Iron
Steamships, viz:
THE OREGON, GEO. VV. ELDER, AND
STATE OF CALIFORNIA,
SAILING DAYS April S, 13, IS, S3, 2S.
May a, . is, is, 23, as.
June 2, 7.
Leavlnt; rertland al 3 A. M.
THROUGH TICKETS sold to all the nrlnel.
pal Cities in tbe United States and Canada.
ror parueutars tor raseage ami Frets til, ap
ply to G. W. WBIDLTtR,
Steamship Asent O. It. .t N. Co..
Comer Ash and Kront.Sts., Portia ad, Or.
Or J. McCRAKEN st Co., AkIs P.C.S. S.Co
(jB,tsand si .ortn -rontst.,rorlland,or.
JOHN A. BECK,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
1 Front street, Portland, Oregon.
A Fine Assortment of
C10Q1S, VATCHES, JEWELRY AND SPECTACLES
AT LOW PRICES.
Repairing a Specialty AH Work War
ranted. Parehaslns AMERICAN WATCHES Direct
and for Cash, and having the advantage ot
Low Rent, I ean safely promise Lower Priees
than any other house in Oregon.
Ueinir competent, I will repair Common or
Fine Watches satisfactorily.
SPECTACLE and OPTICAL GOODS a
Specialty.
Elgin Sliver Watches.
Wallbam Sliver Walehes
-SK to 56
-Jit to 560
OREGON TRANSFEB COMPANY
General Forwarding and Commission.
FrefczhtamI bacse forwarded and delivered
with dispatch. Pianos and Furniture moved.
Orders for Hacks Promptly Attended to, Day
sll .IIJJUU
Ofllce-S.W. Cor. Second nml star It Sin.
Cir Mark, Care of 0. T. Co.
7-M
W1BERQ & KIERNAN,
.UEALEHS TV
BOOTS AND SHOES
113 Front street, between Alder and
Morrison, Portland, Oregon,
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
Ad IMMENSE STOCK OF NEW GOODS.
QHfi A WEBK In your own town, and no
tjpUU capital risked. You can give tbe busi
ness a trial without expense. The best oppor
tunity ever offered for those willing to work.
1 on should try nothing else until you see for
XOttrself what vou can do at the buftlnee xwa
offer. No room to explain here, You ean de
vote all yonr time or only your spare time to
the business, and make great pay for every
hnllPlll.l vnn .1- UTnman .
- - . J . n v, is. uu.au Ma 111UCU OS
men. Send for special private terras and par
ticulars, which we mall free. S5 outfit free
Don't complain ot hard times while yon have
such a chance. Address II. HAXiLETT & CO
Portlan d, Mai n e. gj7

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