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FRIDAY. ; JUNE 2, 1S70
Eiver full. Sauvies' Island mib
tnerged. The Waverly Social Club will give a
moonligbt excursion at an early date.
A citizen of East Portland protests
and justly against target practice in the
East Portland Park on Sundays.
Rev. R. Bentley delivered the Bacca
laureate sermon before tbe students of
"Willamette University last Sunday.
Judge O. S. Phelps offers himself as
an Independent candidate for Justice of
the Peace of South Portland Precinct.
Ladies will always find it to their In
terest to inquire for the "Royal Boot
and Shoe Store" soon to be open on
First street, between Yamhill and Tay
lor. Send your orders to Jason L.
The question for discussion before the
Liberal Association next .Sunday is:
"Jtesolved, That the introduction and
establishment of the Christian religion
in the Roman Empire was the principal
cause of the 'Dark Ages' in Europe."
Dr. J. L. York, of San Jose, Cal., will
spend tbe coming summer in this State
and Washington Territory in the inter
ests of Free Thought and Liberalism.
Those who desire assistance in liberal
and reform work can secure the services
of Dr. York by addressing J. H. Fisk,
Mr. Jacob Mayer, of (he well-known
firm of Fleischner, Mayer &. Co., will
start to New York on the outgoing
steamer for the purpose of purchasing
the regular autumnal supply of every
thing stylish, useful, elegant, or desira
ble, for tbe accommodation of their im
mense trade. Mr. Mayer is the most
judicious and extensive whoIeale dry
goods merchant in this. city.
Tlie basin, fleet of boats, property,
etc., owned by the O. S. S. Company,
have been transferred to the W. T. & T.
L. Company. The nominal purchase
price paid was $23,000. The last named
compauy was ostensible purchaser, but
it is understood that tbe O. S. N. Com
pany have literal control of the entire
fleet of river boats, with the exception
of the "Ohio" and "City of Salem."
Tbe services at the Betii Israel Syna
gogue on Monday, commemorative of
tbe delivery of the delivery of the Ten
Commandments to the children of Is
rael, were conducted in a beautiful and
impressive manner by Rev. Mr. May.
At the close of these, ten children were
confirmed according to the rites of the
Jewish Church. Iu the afternoon Rev.
Mr. May was presented by them with
uu elegant gold chain and locket.
In making up your lists of periodicals
for 1S7G, don't forget the West Shore, tbe
only illustrated paper published in Ore
gon, devoted to literature in general,
aud the resources of Oregon and Wash
ington Territory in particular. The
ablest writers i'u the State are contribu
tors to its columns; the engravings arc
executed by the leading artists on the
coast. As a family journal it stands at
the head of Pacific Coast publications;
as a paper to send to friends abroad it
has no equal a single copy will give
them a better idea of tbe Pacific North
west than a year's number of any other
paper. Sent postage paid for one year,
SI 50; single copies, 20 cents. Address
the publisher, L. Samuel, No. 5 Wash
ington street, Portland, Oregon.
The Centennial Executive Committee
announce the lollowiug appointments
for the celebration iu this city on the
coming Fourth of July: Orator, Hon.
J. W. Nesmith; Poets, Joaquin Miller,
S. C. Simpson; Reader, ; Chaplain,
Rev. E. R. Geary; Marshal, Al. Zeiber;
Division Marshals, William Kapus,
Joseph Wiley, W. S. Chapman, Charles
Rosenbaum; Pyrotechnist, Professor G.
Hughes. The following judges were
elected; Rifle Shooting, Peter Ander
son, H. W. Dilg, F. X. Auer; Wing
Shooting, A. P. Ankney, C. S. Schenck,
John Green; Yachting, T. B. Trevitt,
John Harlow, George Chase; Boating,
John Holland, George Webb, J. La
Chapelle; Fire Engine, Joseph Bucta
tel, Joseph Webber, Robert Holman;
Turners, William Kapus, Emil Zeit
fuchs, C. VouSchrader. The following
additional committees to those already
selected were appointed: Base-ball,
Joseph Buchtel, J. R. Wiley, George
Belt, i. McCracken, W. A. Hart; Mili
tary, (japt. James A. Slauen, Cant. M,
C. Wilkinson, Capt. W. H. Boyle;
Trades, L. Besser, F. B. Camp, John
Gates, C. E. Smith; Liberty Car, D. F.
Harrington; Address of Welcome to
Pioneers, Judge William Strong.
state and territorial
Ann Eliza Young lias made $30,000 in
lecturing, aud out of her hook.
The waters of Great Salt Lake are
four feet higher than ever before known.
The Military Cemetery at Vancouver
is to tie Handsomely improved this
H. Buxton sold 40 acres of brush land.
three miles from Forest Grove, to some
.Hollanders ior per acre.
The Good Templars' Lodge at Van
couver has almost doubled its member
ship in the past three months.
Spring wheat in Yamhill county looks
excellent, auq tlie acreage or fall grain
isgreater man in most adjacent counties
me spiritualists win uoiu a grove
meeting on tueir ground at JNewJira
Clackamas county, beginning June 2d
Farmers on the Columbia River are
compelled to retreat to the hich lands.
They will be damaged very considerably
uy iue uigu water.
Tbe O. S. N. Company will charge
only half fare to those attending the
Teachers' Institute to be held at The
Dalles on the 8th of June.
The candidates'in the various counties
have very slim audiences at their dis
cussions. The farmers are too busy to
iooi tueir time away ou pontics.
W. E. Dunbar, Grand Worthy Chief
Templar, on the -Utli inst. organized a
lodge ot Wood Templars at Clarkesville
Douglas county, with a good charter
Notwithstanding the late spriu
more grain was sown in Benton county
tnau is usually the case, and the
aoundant rains of the past ten days in
ouiea uu aounoant crop.
Philomath College is just closing a
very pleasant aud profitable year's la
bor. The commencement exercises will
begin on Saturday, June 3d, aud close
uu tveuuesuay, June 7th.
-iast weeu ju. uoldsmith sold 1,200
? paiuy lying in ..Multno
mah and partly in Washington county,
live miles northeast of Bob Tiniirt-v
place, and near Willamette Slough, for
o uei iiuie, iu ouLue uermails.
The railroad authorities
take the railroad by McMinnville if the
people will build bridge estimated to
cost, sdu.uuu, on condition that tin com
pany issue freight warrantx whatever
amount me work would mM to iu re
deemed by them In oarryim: ireiirht
uver me roau alter 11 L pai;U iu opera
Pierrepont will depart for England on
All the recent Cibinet c'lai'igi took
effect on the 1st int..
Attendance at the Exposition on
Decoration Day was nlmoxt, or quite
equal to that of opening day.
Mark-Twain will preside at the open
ing of the California Centennial build
ing, which will tako place about the
There is no longer doubt that a con
certed movement will soon be made by
parties claiming blood relation to A. T.
Stewart to establish their interest in
his estate. Lawyers are preparing pa
pers in the suit.
Vauderbilt's eighty-second birthday
was celebrated on the 2Sth tilt., at Nash
ville witli interesting exercises. Chan
cellor Garland delivered an address giv
ing the history of Vanderbilt. The build
ing and grounds were illuminated at
The Senate lias decided that it lias
jurisdiction in the Belknap case. It is
rumored that the trial will be post
poned until November, when the Sen
ate will convene for that special pur
pose. It will be lengthy, occupying
probably six weeks or two mouths.
The grain export trade was surpris
ingly brisk at New York on Saturday.
Charter engagements are reported to
the amount of 70,000 bushels of grain
from this market, 11,000 from Philadel
phia, aud 32,000 from Baltimore. Tins
nauticipated activity is attributed
among grain merchants to tlie com
bined influences of two causes pros
pects of war iu Europe, and the rise in
the gold premium.
Miss Clara Dunlwny offers her services to the
public as a Purchasing Agent. Orders for
every conceivable article of Ladles' and Chil
dren's Wear, or for Jewelry, Silver or Plated
Ware, Notions, Patterns, Musical Instruments,
etc, etc, will receive her prompt personal at
tention. Persons living at a distance will find
It to their advantage to tend their orders. In
ordering millinery, ribbons, ties, etc, state the
ge and complexion of wearer, color of hair
nd eyes, style of features, aud how the hair is
worn. No order attended to unless accom
panied by the cash, and all transactions to be
considered final. The same conscientious care
Till be exercised In making purchases as
though the owner were present, and Miss Dun-
ay's acquaintance with the trade will always
enable her to secure honorable bargains.
Terms of commission, ten per cent. Ladies
writing for information concerning prices,
styles, etc., must Inclose a stamp to pay return
3IIIK. lilt. IS. A. OWKNS.
Office and resilience, east side First street, be
tween Yamhill and Taylor. Special attention
given to women and children's complaints.
Also, gives Medicated Vapor Baths In treat
ing rheumatism and chronic diseases. 5-32
Office and Treating Rooms, 127 and 129 First
street, Portland, Oregon, successfully treats
lseascs of women, all chronlccomplalnts, can
cers, fever sores, and hemorrhoids. 5-40
B5r The National Gold Medal was awarded
to Bradley fc Hulofson for the best Photographs
In the United States, and the Vienna Medal
for the best In the world. 429 Montgomery
street, San Francisco.
NEW THIS WEEK.
innn Pniinrr Embroidered, Green and
IdilU UUVGlS. Gold. Blue and Gold. Dr.ib
and Blue, Brown and Gold, Maroon, Scarlet
anu uoiu, etc, ior sale ny
1U7 Third street.
Dlnnb Prnnnrlmni. BalzarllieS. StrlllCd
fJUn U K dli Kb. and Ecru Plaid
Ljineu and other summer Dress Goods, lust re-
ceiveu uy juiir wilsu:.
w l07Thlrd street.
D-.' nl White and Colored
DUYb dllU Mdll b Khlrts.at low prices,
insrrcfPivi'fi sinii mrsa p nv
5-Si 107 Third street.
Boys' Shirts, ESSi,1
best make, at Low Prices.
107 Third street
Portland, tinds employment for all those arn
plying for situations, in any capacity. Pays
special attention to obtaining Farm Help,
uouse nervaniK, iiaiiroaa nanus etc, irre
P,H OTO GRAPHS
Shuster & Davidson,
Corner First and
REPUBLICAN JIOUNTY TICKET.
State Senators :
' Jr. C. GEORGE,
JOHN 15. KOI1EKT.S,
JT. SI. SCOTT,
T. JT. MATLOCK,
County Commissioners :
W. TT. SPAUI.DIXG.
County Clerk :
JAS. A NJIITU.
. 31. HARVARD.
School Superintendent : ,
ir. ir. soRTnui'.
A. X. DELIX.
". YT. RVKRAGE.
2,000 doz. Dress Buttons, .
Pearl, Silk, Crochet, Coat and Vest Buttons.
5-39 107 Third street.
The American JTEWSPATfiB DntEcroKY Is an
epitome of newspaper history. It Is also re
garded as an official register of circulations.
This feature requires the closest scrutiny to
prevent It from leading to abuses. The plan
adopted by tho publishers of the Directory to
secure correct and trustworthy reports Is rigid
in Its requirements, and is adhered to with
Impartiality. Successful publlshers.whohave
something to gain by a comparison, are gener
ally prompt, not only to send reports In con
formity, but give Messrs. Geo. P. Rowell & Co.
such inlormation as enables them to weed out
unsubstantiated statements of pretenders In
journalism. The popularity of the book, and
the general confidence In its accuracy and good
faith, are attested by the Immense body of ad
vertisements It receives. 4 28
A Valuable Discovery. Dr. J. P. Miller, a
practicing physician at 327 Spruce street,Phlla
delpb la, has discovered that tbe extract of cran
berries and hemp combined cures headache,
either bilious, dyspeptic, nervous.or sick head
ache, neuralgia and nervousness. This Is a tri
umph in medical chemistry and sufferers nil
over .the country are ordering by mail. He
prepares it In pills, at 50 cents a box. The Doc
tor is largely known and highly respected.
6-31 AUKKUJIA.I'N IJUULiA-tt S1UIIK.
Hosiery and Corsets. iUSiW&s
ou huud'and lor sale by
5-3.1 107 Third street.
FLEISCHNER, MAYER & CO.,
NOS. AND 4.VFRONT STREET,
mporters and Wholesale Dealers.
UH STOCK OK SPRING GOODS IS NOW
comnlete anil we oner to tho trade an un
rivaled assortment of
Staple and Fancy Dry Goods,
Cloiliinz, Hats, Furnishing; Goods,
And Millinery .Goods,
On Very Favorable Terms.
AVe are the only Wholesale House In this
State which Imports MILLINERY GOODS
direct from Kastern and European Markets.
Our arrangements are so complete now that
we are enabled to ofTer greater Inducements In
styles and prices than al any previous season,
and we solicit the patronage of the trade-in
Oregon and Washington Territory. 5-32
MOST EXTENSIVE ORGAN WORKS IN THE WORLD
ARE THOSE OP
J. ESTEY & CO.,
ESTA BLISI IE D 1S16
piIEY NOW HAVE EIGHT EXTENSIVE
1 Factories, employing between o00 and GOO
workmen, manufacturing 1,0)0 Cottage Organs
monthly about twice as many as unv other
establishment In the world. Tbe finest cases !
The best tone ever produced In thts class ot
Organs charming all, tiring none.
Wonderful and Beautiful Solo Slops,
Original with and peculiar to the Estey Organs.
00,000 IN ACTUAL I'SE.
Instruments Warranted for Five Years
A. F. SMITH & CO.,
General Agents for Oregon and Washlm
Territory for the Estey Cottage
Organs and the
No. 109 Front Street, Portland,
fiarSpecial Terms to Churches. Lodses. Senr
lnaries, etc. Send for Illustrated catalogues.
TO THE LADIES
Of Oresron and "Wnslilnjrton Territory,
(Every Lady her own Dress-Maker).
yOU WILL PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT
L I have by the last steamer received the
Agency tor ana a large supply or the Celebrated
1. T I ' . 1 -I't'.i T 1 . . . . r s......
J.i. . V 1IUJIIUVCU IC1I1S lUr Lulling
Dresses, Children's Clothing, Patterns, etc.
(Patented In 1871 by Mrs. IL A. Leakes.) An
Illustrated Book of directions given with each
system, irau on or ouaress
MRS. E. E. PARSONS,
No. 93 Third street, box 179, Portland, Oregon,
uealer in all kinds of Fancy Notions, Bonnets,
xiuis, auu xviuuuus. x-auerns oi every uesenp
tlon cut. Also, Ladles' and Children's Cloth
ing cut, lit, and made to order. Dress-Makln?
a Speciality. Also, Sewing Machine Attach
ments or an Kinds, and .Machine Needles for
uu inacuines. o-3a
J. McCRAEEN & CO.,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
50,52,51 & 68 North FrontSt.,Portland,Or.,
AGENTS FOR GILROY'S DUNDEE BAGS
and Bagging ; McMurray and W. K. Lewis
fc Bros. Case Goods; Oswego Kingsford Starch;
Hunnewell's Spices, Cream Tartar and Crys-
uiiiiiitt uu ; uivss a: uk'H una r.mory'8 5ons
Lanaieg; saiem ieou uo.'s wniicjueau. Also
for the lollowing Flouring Mills : Magnolia,
ouiuuuru, ieoanon, Aumsvme ana .Mission.
i N. B. Special attention nald to Shin's hnsl-
ness and purchasing Cargoes of Wheat and
r iuur. 4 SO
DiY- PKENTICE, TEACHER OF .VOCAL
. Music, oners his services to the citizens of
Portland and vicinity, to conduct CLASSES
and. CHOIRS. Will give lessons In Vocal Cul
ture, singly or in clubs. Will also nintn a-r.
rangements to conduct a limited
Musical Conventions during tho coming sea-
xiii. iuiui:iicB uuu uiuer parues "wisning to
mediately. Terms reasonable, and best of ref
crcnci-sven. r oriun particulars, address
D. W. PRENTICE,
5-8 Portland, Oregon.
SHERMAN & HYDE,
Corner of Kearny and Sutter Streets,
110 au'l 121 l'lrst Street, Cor. Morrison,
Importers, Publishers, and Dealers In
sheet music, music BOOKS,
These Superb Instruments have achieved a
success unparalleled In the history of Piano
They arc remarkable for Great Volume,
Purity ond Sweetness of Tone, and Durability.
The Host Desirable Instruments in the market
for church and parlor. Over 28,000 now in use.
SHERMAN & HYDE,
6EXEBAX, A.GESTS, v -'SAX
ILUrCTACTtntEllS OF THK
Instruments Sold on
We have constantly on hand a good assort
RELIABLE CHEAP PIANOS,"
Made from the best seasoned material, and
Prices as low as worthless Pianos are sold for
Call and see us before purchasing.
TTEADOUARTERSOF ALL TI1E LEADING
11 MuslcTcacbers and Bray's Quadrille Band.
Professor Parrish, Prompter. Also, music ar-
rangeu ior nrnss ana string Danas. instru
ments selected forpersonswishlngto purchase,
Orders to be left with SHERMAN & HYDE.
comer r irsi anu jiorrison streets.
Also, headquarters of the Northwestern Band
Parrott, Leader. 5-2S
A FEW GOOD AGENTS,
TO SELL HILL'S MANUAL OF BUSINESS
FORMS: by Prof. Thos. E. Hill.
GUIDE-BOARD TO HEALTH, PEACE, AND
COMPETENCE; by W. W. Hall.M. D., of New
ZELL'S ENCLYCLOPF.DIA AND UNIVER,
FUN BETTER THAN PHYSIC: bv the same
PERILS OF EARLY LIFE: bv Geo. L. Steb-
UII1H, LI. I
WHAT OF THE CHURCHES AND
CLERGl T And several othervnluable works.
A few lady canvassers will And nrofltable
J. w. KTltONG. General Agent,
Cosmopolitan Hotel Block,
5-38 Portland, Oregon,
HACKENEY & STEMIV1E,
Corner First and Taylor streets, Portland, Or.
FIELD, FLOWER AND GARDEN SEEDS,
MIXED AND PLAIN CANARY SEED.
We keep constantly on hand Fresh Timothy,
iiiuecrass. ueu anu wnue uiover. urcnara-
grass, Alfalfa, etc Send for catalogue. 5-27
ALISKY & HECELE'S
PREMIUM CAXDT MANUFACTORY,
No. 107 First Street.
ICE CREAM AND WATER ICES IN SEASON,
The only place to get the justly celebrated
PAN ROASTS AND, OYSTER PATTIES,
. Foot of Yamhill street.
SOREXSEX & TAYLOR
ALL KINDS OF WOOD,
Sawed and. nnsawed, constantly on hand, and
w uciiycp-u iu zuij jiuxl oi uie ciy.
Legalized by an Act of the Legislature, and
Approved Nov. 12th, 1S75, by E. P. Ferry,
Governor of the Territory.
Divided Into 00,000 Tickets at 3 colu
eacli, or Eleven for $30.
The County Commissioners of King county
W. T., appointed jr. S. Booth, Esq., Auditor o
King county, Capt. Geo. D. Hughes, U. S. A.,
Treasurer ot King county, and John Collins,
Esq., Trustees, Into whose hands the property
Is deeded In trust for the prize-holders.
SEATTLE SAW-HILL & MILL JMtOFERTE,
Owned by II. L. Yesler, will be
The Grand Prize of $100,000
HOVEY &. BARKER CORNER,
Opposite the Seattle Bank, and the
PACIFIC DREWERV l'ROl'ERTY
The Second and Third
THERE WILL BE, IN ALL,
g , r t' n prizes,
Or One Chance iu Ten.
SEE CIRCULARS !
Agents Wanted Everywhere,
GET UP CLUBS!
Send money by Reelstcred Letter. Post Orlice
uruer, uertmeu iiruit, or Dy express.
Tickets forwarded immediately on receipt of
Tickets for sale nt the office of the Manager
II. I- YESLER,
Seattle, W. T.
B. L. STONE
B. L. STONE
B. L. STONE
IS CLOSING OUT
IS CLOSING OUT
IS CLOSING OUT
Prior to early departure to purchase New
uoous. a cuance to uuy nt low prices, .i-.ii
FISIIEL & K0BEKTS,
The Leading Clothiers
Corner l'lrst mid Washington Street.
TS THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE
JL of Oregon for the county of Multnomah.
van oi. ueiasnmutt s. it. a. uaiman, riain
tlfls. vs. John Oderklrlc. Defendant Suit In
enultr to foreclose a mortcace. To John Oder
klrlc, Defendant: In tbe name of the State of
Oregon you are hereby required to appear and
answer the complaint of the above-named
Plaintiffs against you. filed herein, by the first
day of the term of the above Court following
the expiration of six weeks publication ot tms
summons, to-wit: on the 12th day of June, 1876.
If you fail to answer as aforesaid, the Plaintiffs
will apply to the Court for the relief demanded
In said complaint, which is to obtain a decree
against you ior tne sum oi tour nunurea aoi
lars with interest from the 2d day of Septem
ber, A. D. 1875, at the rate of twelve per cent,
per annum, and fitly dollars additional sum, all
In gold coin of tbe United States, together with
the costs and disbursements of said suit : also
for the foreclosure of a certain mortgage exe-
cuted by you to said Plaintiffs on said 2d day of
eeptemoer, ltno, upon certain real property
situated in said county of Multnomah to secure
the payment of a certain promissory note for
the sum of tour hundred dollars gold com,
with Interest in like coin, at the rate of twelve
per cenu per annum, executeu oy you to saia
Plalntlfls on said 2d day of September, 1873,
and for the sale of said real property to satisfy
said debt, Interest, additional sum, and costs
By order of Hon. E. D. Sliattuck, Judge of
said Circuit Court, dated tne uay oi April
IH76. TlIAYEll & WlL.ljl.VMH,
5-35 Attorneys lor Plaintiffs
HENRY P. HICKS,
Tin, Sheet Iron, and Coppsr Warp,
CORNER SALMON AND FIRST STREETS,
Country Dealers supplied on Liberal Terms,
SINGER SEWING MACHINE
OFFICE OF THE SINGER
THE S1R3CER STILL TRIUEViPHAftIT !
Name of Company and Machine.
Tlie Singer Manufacturing Company
wneeier t Wilson .Manufacturing tympany
Howe Sewing Machine Company (estimated)-
Domestic Sewing Machine Company
Grover fc Baker Sewing Machine Company
Weed " " "
Wilson " " "
Wilcox & GIbbs " " "
American B.IL " " "
Florence " " "
Victor " " "
Etna, J. E. Brannsdorf A Co
UTATJGUEATION OF THE SEASON
'THE WHITE HOUSE."
WE TAKE GREAT PLEASURE IN AN
nounclng to our patrons and the public
generally that we are now exhibiting a Superb
Array ot Novelties for the
The great facilities within our control have
nabled us this season to procure the most
Elegant Novelties in the Fashionable World.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT,
Will be found a large and most complete as
STRIPED AND PLAID SUMMER SUITS,
NEW STYLE PLAIDS,
GRENADINES, PERCALES, Etc.
3TA.1VCY GOODS !
In this Department we have devoted special
care to place on exhibition a really choice se
lection ot every conceivaoie novelty to ue
found, including an immense line of
ECRU CASHMERE LACES,
NECK RUCHINO, TIES, Etc
CLOAK AND SUIT DEPARTMENT,.
We present the most extensive assortment
Ladies' and Misses' Linen Suits
In great variety and style.
OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
Contains the very latestTarisIan
ECRU NETS AND LACES, Etc.,
Being the most complete and attractive dis
play of Stylish Goods ever introduced Into the
LEWIS & STRAUSS,
No. 87 Firxt Street.
O. 31. WISER G,
No. 103 Front Street, Portland,
TTAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE LOT OF
I I the Latest Styles of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Such as Men's Centennial and Broadway Ties,
Ladies' and Children's (uray uro. ana .soners
& uo.'s) iiutton, i.ace, ana congress uoots. All
will be sold at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
N. B. All coods on hand Drevlous to January
1st, 1S76, will be sold at 20 per cent, below cost.
FOR THE BEST
Buchtel & Stoltc's
PALACE OF JSJX&T,
Corner of First and Morrison streets, Portland,
a uregon. a
CORNER FOURTH AND ASH STREETS,
Will make, Fresh Every Day,
Bread, Cakes, Pies,
And All Kinds of Pastry.
AT LOW PRICES.
Delivered to all parts of the city free of charge,
5-31 C r. WANDST, Proprietor.
THE CLARENDON HOTEL
ZiEBER fc KNOWI.ES, Proprietors.
Situated Opposite all the Railroad and
Street Cars pass the House every five minutes.
FREE COACH TO AND FROM THE HOUSE.
TNVITES HIS OLD PATRONS AND THE
X Public generally to colt at his
NEW BUTCHER SHOP,
Wastilnsfton St., one door east of Third,
Third Street, Portland, May 27, IS73.
No. MachinesjNo. Machlnesllncrease or De
sold in 1S73. I Bold in 1874. crease.
It. C. DIRECTOR'S.
Objects or the Order.
To shield the innocent ; to succor the tempt
ed ; to encourage the struggling; to give relict
to the suffering; to bury the dead, and more
fully to strengthen the fraternal bonds which
should unite all true men and women In their
mission ot mercy and love.
Geo. B. Hudson, No. 325 Kearny street, San
Oregon, I.inho ami Washington Terrl-tory-OHIccrs
or Grnnd Encampment:
Grand Com., A. F. Johnson, Portland, Or.
Grand Coun., J. M. Bacon, Oregon City, Or.
Grand J. C, Cella A. Whltuey. Portland.
Grand Secy., W. H. Roberts.Olympla, W. T.
Grand Treas., J. H. Munson, Olympia.
Grand Chaplain. Enoch Turner, Portland.
Grand M.of C.Mary Hurley, Lewistoti, I. T.
Grand Guard, Edward Casey, Dallas, Or.
Grand Sent., M. M. Lucas, Portland.
The next session of the Grand Encampment
will be held in Olympia, W. T-, commencing
on the second Tuesday or November, 1876.
I). I). Grand Coniinnmlers,
Authorized to organize new Encampments
anywhere within the Jurisdiction ofthe Grand
E. P. Ferry, Olympia, W. T.
Nelson Huntington, Monticello, W. T.
Miss Joanna Lyle, Dallas. Oregon.
J. II. Johnson, .McMinnville, Oregon.
C. A. Missimcr, The Dalles. Oregon.
G. A. behind. Portland, Oregon.
J. E. Houston, Junction City, Oregon.
J. L. Johnson, Marshfleld, Oregon.
J. M. Howe, Lewlston, L T.
List of Encampments.
Harmony No. 4, Portland, Oregon ; Tuesday
evening; G.A.Deland.C; C. A.Coburn,R.S.
Eureka No. f, PortTownsend, W.T.; Monday
evening; W. H. Arnell, C; C. O. Morgon, IL s.
Oneonta No. 6, The Dalles, Oregon; Saturday
evening; R. W. Crandall.C.; R.O.Dunbar,R.S.
Lee No. 7; Junction City, Oregon ; Monday
evening; J. M. Starr, C; J. M. LafTerty, R. S.
LaCreole No. 10, Dallas, Oregon ; Monday
evening ; Edward Casey, C.; C. W. Teal, R. S.
Confidence No. 11, McMinnville, Oregon;
Tuesday evening; J. H. Johnson, C; H. A.
mown, it. C5.
Perrydale No. 13 Perrydale. Polk countr. Or
egon ; Saturday evening; William Uglow.C;
WASHING TON TERRITORY.
Excelsior No. 2. Monticello. W. T.t Saturrlav
evening; Nelson Huntington, C; E. Stone, R.S.
Washington No. 3. Olvmnla. W. T.: Tuesdav
evening; J. II. Munson, C; Y. H. Roberts,R.S.
Davton No. 10. Dnvtnn S.itnrilnv pvpnlnw
J. H. Lister, C; J. II. Kennedy, R, S.
Lewlston No. 1. Lewlston. Idaho ; Saturdav
evening ; H. O. Adams, C; E.A. Rowley.R. S.
Should any errors anDear In the above Direc
tory, the Grand Secretary will have them cor
rected on receiving proper notification under
seal ofthe Encampment.
JOHX A. BECK,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
At Music Storo of A. F. Smith & Co.,
109 FRONT STREET, PORTLAND, OREGON.
Fine Assortment of
CLOCKS, WATCHES, ANI JEWEI.ET.
ALSO, HAS ON HAND THE FINEST AS
'sortmentofSpectacles In Oregon Genuine
Pebbles, Coin Silver, Gold and Steel Bows;
Perosconie Lenses In E ve-elasses or SDectacle
Watches. Clocks. Jewelrv. and SDectacles re
paired at low rates and In the BEST possible
uiuiiuer. aii worx: warranteu.
Call and see me. 3-28
STRUBLE'S WEBFOOT MAGAZINE
Devoted to Literature, Science and tbe Arts,
Commerce, the News, and the General
Interests of Oregon and Wash
Terms S2 00 a Year.
riIHE WEBFOOT MAGAZINE WILL E
JL Issued on or about the first of May next. It
win De a tnirty-two page montniy, ana it win
be the aim of the pu bllsher to make It second
to none other In literary excellence. To this
end he would respectfully solicit articles of a
literary, scientiiio, commercial or general na
ture, from all persons who may feel disposed
Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rates.
Address all communications to
WALLACE R. STRUBLE, Publisher,
P. O. Box 270. Portland, Oregon.
Cor. Front and Alder streets, Portland, Oregon.
NEW, NEAT AND CLEAN. EVERY DE
partment conducted as It should be. La
dles' Department a Specialty.
Board per month- $20 00
Board per week 5 00
Board per day ..... 75c
Good square meal 23o
5-19 RIDER & HERSEY, Proprietors.
LIVERY, HACK AND FEED STABLES,
Corner Second and Taylor Streets.
Reasonable Charges for nire. Particular At
tention paid to Boarding Horses.
Orders for Hacks Promptly Attended to, Day
KB- Orders mny bo left at the Stables, or at
the store of Fisbel Jfc Roberts. S-30
31 RS. ACHILLAS
HAS TAKEN THE ROOMS FORMERLY
occupied by Miss Jennie Camthers,on th
corner ot Fourth and Yamhill streets, where
she Is prepared to
CUT, FIT, AND MAKE DRESSES
In the Latest Styles and at Reasonable Rate.
Patronage is solicited. 5-32
J. N. Down.
E. C BROAUGH.
C. A. BOLPU.
DOLPn, BltO.N'AUG II, IIOLFII & S1M0.
ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE, PORTLAND.
ABSOLUTE DIVORCES OBTAINED FROM
Courts of different States for desertion, etc.
No publicity required. No charge until divorce
granted. Address, M. HOUSE, Attorney.
i -C No. 1M Broadway, N. Y.