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FRIDAY OCTOBER 20, 1876.
On the day of the anniversary celebra
tion at Good Samaritan Hospital the
alms box received $60.
Further subscriptions to the Rodney
Morris Memorial Fund have been re
ceived, amounting to $27 10.
W. S. Chapman, the newly appointed
cijy assessor.has gone vigorously lo work
and is at present employed in preparing
the tax roll.
No need to be without light when
Ackerman's Dollar Store can furnish
bronze lamps with safety collars in any
quantity at-low rates.
Hon. Orange Jacobs, of Washington
Territory, and Hon. H. W. Scott, of
this city, will speak- at Oro Fino Hall
on political topics on Saturday evening.
Dr. T. D. Nickiin, a well known dent
ist of this city, left on the last trip of
'the "Elder" for Philadelphia, where he
proposes to attend a dental college for a
number of months.
The heavy rains that have fallen dur
ing the present week havecaused u mbrel
las, overshoes aud water-proofs to be un
cIo8eted and the streets to present an as
pect decidedly wintry.
The finishing work on the revenue
cutter at Albinais being pushed forward
rapidly, and it is thought she will be
ready to make her first trip In about two
weeks. The Secretary of War has failed
as yet to supply ber with a name.
Hon. Rufus Mallory by special invi
tation addressed a joint meeting of the
Hayes and Wheeler and the Young
Men's Hayes and Wheeler Club in this
city on Tuesday evening. The extreme
inclemency of the weather did not pre
vent a full turnout.
The Combined Plaiting and Fluting
Machine, the right of which for this
county has been purchased by Mrs. M.
P.Hendee, is really a marvel inlts way.
A dainty aud tasteful little lady of our
acquaintance declares that it is "splen
did," and we coincide.
A brutal husband, who keeps a saloon
on the Canyon road, protected his wife
and child so vigorously a short time
since that they were compelled to leave
home in their night clothes and flee
through the woods to a neighbor's house,
a quarter of a mile away.
Hon. J. N. Dolph made a telling and
highly appreciated speech before the
Hayes and Wheeler Club on Saturday
evening two weeks since. Hon. H. W.
Scott also made some timely and per
tinent remarks. The audience was, as
usual, large aud full of enthusiasm.
Hon. J. H. Mitchell is at every point
visited received with plaudits of wel
come from the people. His logic, pa
triotism and eloquence are alike appre
ciated by those whom he so ably repre
sents, and of whose interests he is so
watchful in the Senate of the United
The discussion between Hon, Richard
Williams and Hon. Lafayette Lane at
Oro Fino Hall on Saturday night drew
out an immense crowd. Much enthusi
asm was manifested, especially during
Mr. Williams' speech. The canvass is
waxing decidedly warm as ft nears its
close, with increasing probabilities of
tne election ol tueKepubiican nominee.
Mr. W. P. Watson, the popular and
efficient President of the State Agricul
tural Society, was presented on Tuesday
with a fine gold watch and chain by
numerous friends who appreciated his
efforts. As manager of the Oregon
State Fair Mr. Watson has displayed
ability that entitles him to the com
mendation he everywhere receives.
Mr. Jason Clark, long a resident of
and well known in this county, called
at our office a few days since, and doff
ing his beaver, displayed a magnificent
growth of hair starting upon what bad
since '48 been a sleek and shining bald
pate. He informed us that the new
growth was the result of using "War
ner's Hair Producer," advertised and
sold by Mrs. E. S. Wass of this city.
We advise all of our bald-headed friends
to call at that lady's place of business,
No. 50 Morrison street, and procure and
use this wonderful remedy.
STATE AND TERRITORIAL
Point Adams has now a signal staff
liu leet mgu
Mr. Hume will build a box factory at
Astoria tms season.
The Jacksonville fruit dryer began
operations last juouuay.
The Good Templars' Lodge In Jack
sonvllle has been re-organized.
The receipts of Washington Territo
rial Fair at Olympia were $000.
The receipts of the State Fair fall short
ot last year's llgures by about $5,000.
The Yamhill Locks and Manufactur
Ing Company of Yamhill county has
The Alden Fruit Company of Oregon
City was awarded the Centennial medal
for preserved fruits,
There are now accommodations for
about 200 scholars at the State Univer
sity at .bugene City.
Mr. J. H. Foster, of Albany, had his
"picket pocked" of 510 at the Salem
air Urounds last week.
Alodee of theKniehtsof Pvthias will
be instituted at Oregon City during the
iirsu weeK in movemoer.
Hon. H. W. Scott addressed the citi
zens of Astoria on Saturday evening on
iue pomicui issues oi me day,
It is said the public schools of Seattle
wm ne closed after tne first of next
montn, owing to lack of funds,
Two ranch men of Jackson cniinfv. ft
Cameron and S. Martin, have since last
spring raised i,uoU lambs from 810 ewes.
The upper Willamette since th
structlon of wing dams this season Is In
better condition for navigation than
The small-pox patients at Vancouver
are quarantined and properly cared for
anu every enort maae to prevent the
spread oi tne scourge,
"It's nice to be a father," thinks
Brother Bull, of the East Oregonian,
when he goes fishing and leaves his
eldest, nopeiui to run the paper.
Four hundred head of cattle from
gon and Washington Territory were sold
u y ucago on tne tnelstof last mouth,
and brought $3 per 100 pounds.
Oregon Is not only the "land of big
red apples" but of big yellow squashes
also: one of the latter was erl.ihit t
the State Fair which weighed 177 lbs.
Ward & Mitchell, owners of the Turn
water sawmill, have purchased General
McKenny's mill in Olympia for $5,000.
Additional buildings and machinery
will be added. J
Wm. Hand, of the Mountaineer, re
turned home after a brief absence in the
East, bringing with him a St. Louis
lady as his bride. May his matrimonial
venture prove a Hand-some investment.
Chinese have been employed on the Al
den Fruit Drver at Oreiron Cltv nnrt n.
night watchman employed for fear that
the employment of the Celestials would
lead to the burning of the establish
ment. The farmers around Colfax, W. T., are
all hard at work securing their crops,
which are larger this year than usual.
A good many new settlers are coming
into the county and the country is fast
Mrs. Phelps, who was injured by fall
ing through a hatchway 'on the steamer
"City of Panama" some months ago, has
been awarded damages- to the amount
of $5,000 and ber costs of suit (except
attorney fees). She is not satisfied aud
has appealed to the Supreme Court.'
From the Snohomish Star we learn
that 2,752 acres of land either has been
or will be diked on the Swiuimisb
slough this year. There has been more
or less diking going on for years past,
until several thousand acres have been
reclaimed, not against the tide so much
as against the overflow of the Skagit
The prizes offered by the publisher of
the West Shore some weeks since were
awarded as follows : Prize essay on the
"Resources of Oregon," premium $15
gold coin, to Milton Richardson, of
Tualatin, Washington county. Prize
essay by a boy or girl under 18 years of
age, premium Webster's Unabridged
Dictionary, value $13, to Miss Ida E.
Campbell, of St. Helens, Columbia
county. Prize essay by a boy or a girl
under 13 yearsof age, a beautiful writing
desk, valued at $10, to Miss Lucie Mason,
of Portland, Oregon.
The yellow fever is abating in the
The weather at Richmond, Va., was
unusually cold on the 16th. The ther
mometer at suurise was as low as 31.
The most destructive fire which has
visited Louisville in many years oc
curred at 1 o'clock on the morning of the
Sixty thousand additional salmon
eggs arrived in New York on the 17th
from California for the New York aqua
rium. The Democratic candidate for Gover
nor of Arkansas received a majority of
3,392. A small majority for a rebel
The superintendent of the general re
cruiting service is ordered to forward 130
recruits to Fort Russell for the 3d
Mrs. Brick Pomeroy Appeared on the
New York stage on the 27th as Juliet.
The critics are hostile, but not vio
The wrestling match between Col.
McLaughlin and Jacob H. Martin, of
Michigan, for $1,000 and championship,
was won by McLaughlin.
The most extensive arrangements are
making for the grand Republican ' ar
becue in Brooklyn this week. Already
more than 50,000 tickets have been dis
Snow fell In New York on thelSth and
in Providence on the same day to a
depth of three inches; in Quebec it
stopped the street cars, and at Ottawa it
fell to the depth of six inches.
There was a grand Republican demon
stration at New York on the evening of
the 16tb. It was impossible to get. near
Cooper Institute. Blaine was the chief
attraction. He spoke at great length
aud with telling effect.
The Ann Eliza vs. Brigham Young
case came up before Judge Shaefer, who
decided that unless the money previous
ly adjudged the plaintiff was paid within
ten days, an attachment should issue to
bring the defendent into court for con
fraudulent registraton is creating
much excitment in Brooklyn. The inves
tigation committee has discovered them.
In the 27th ward there are 200 men fraud
ulently registered: in the 19th, 450; in
the 7th, 350 ; in 21st, 265 ; in 25th, 150 ; in
11th, 200; In 23d, 400; In 16th, 200.
Miss Clara Duniway offers her sen-ices 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 send their orders. In
ordering millinery, ribbons, ties, etc, state the
age and complexion of wearer, color of hair
and eyes, style of features, and 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
Tflll be exercised in making purchases as
though the owner were present, and Miss Dun-
way's acquaintance with the trade will always
enable her to secure honorable bargains,
Terms of commission, five per cent. Ladles
writing for Information concerning prices,
styles, etc, must inclose a stamp to pay return
The American Newspaper Directort 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 the publishers of the Directory to
secure correct and trustworthy reports is rigid
in its requirements, and is adhered to with
impartiality. Successful publishers, who have
something to gain by a comparison, are gener
ally prompt, not only to send reports in con
formity, but give Messrs. Geo. P. Ilowell &. Co,
such information 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 26
A Valuable Discovery. Dr. J. P. Miller, a
practicing physician at 327 Spruce street, Phila
delphia, has discovered that the 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 rind sufferers all
over the country are ordering by mall. He
prepares it in pins, at 50 cents a box. The Doc
tor is largely known and highly respected.
nits. mi. u. a. owns.
Office and residence, east side First street, be
tween Yamhill and Taylor. Special attention
given to women and children's complaints.
Also, gives Medicated Vapor Baths ln,treat-
Ing rheumatism and chronic diseases. 5-32
To avoid the danger of infection, the linen of
persons suffering from skin diseases of a con
taglous nature should be washed with Glenn's
Sulphur Soap, which is not only a remedy,
but a disinfectant.
KB-The National Gold Medal was awarded
to Bradley&Rulofsonlbrtne best Photographs
in tne united states, and the Vienna Medal
The Express says a special dispatch
from Sc. Petersburg states a report was
current that Russia was about to Issue a
large loan. This was interpreted as
rather warlike. In the event of war the
United States would be drawn upon
largely for grain, provisions and muni
tions of war, which would greatly in
crease our exports and make business
lively in financial and commercial cir
Among the notices read by Mr. Beech-
er from the pulpit on Sunday was one
informing tho congregation that the
Women's Union Missionary Society
would, hold a three days' convention
this week in Rev. Dr. Storrs' church.
Arrivingat that point, Beecher hesitated
a moment, and then said impressively:
'I am sorry that the place selected to
hold this convention is one which will
necessarily prevent many of you from
attending. Of all places which might
have been selected, I think there is some
one wnere it would not nave oeen an
offense for you to go."
"Accidental Death." Some of our
San Francisco wlfe-beaters had better
emigrate to London, where the sympa
thies of the law appear on the side of
the husband in any case. A London
woman with a babe in her arms provok
ed her husband so much that he shied
a knife at her. It killed the baby, en
tering two inches deep into the head.
The jury acquited the father by render-
ng a verdict of "accidental death," and
severely reprimanded the mother for
having aggravated her husband. Gold
NEW THIS WEEK.
107 Third street, Portlnnd, Oregon,
HAS NOW IN STORE AND IN TRANSIT A
large select stock of new
BOYS' & GIRLS' do.,
All of the best quality and offered at unprece
dentedly low prices. Please call and examine
js. u.-.New goods opened every week. iHi.
Bargain s I
33 n. i j jx I n h J
.For 10 Days,
For 10 Days,
For 10 Days,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
PROTECT YOUR BUILDINGS,
Which may be done with one-fourth the usual
expense, uy using our
PATENT SLATE PAINT,
MIXED READY FOR USE.
Fireproof, Water-proof, Durable, Eco
nonucal, and Ornamental.
A roof mav be covered with a verv phenn
shingle, and by application of this slate be
muue 10 last irom vai toiii years. Ulu roofs can
be patched and coated, lookln? much better.
and lasting longer than new shingles without
lue state, ior
One-third the Cost of Ztcshing'ling'.
The expense of slailntr new shingles is nnU-
about the cost of simply laying them. The
paint is fire-pkoop against sparks or flying
cmucie, aa juuy ue easily lesiea oy any one,
IT STOPS EVERY LEAK.
And for tin or Iron has no eaual.as it exDahds
by heat, contracts by cold, and nevek cracks
nor scales, i too is covered with Tar Sheathing
x-cib cau ub muue waier-LitrnL at a small ax.
pease, ana preserved lor many years.
aiiis oiaiei'uint is
Two gallons will cover a hundred ennnn- fopf
ui aumgieruoi, wmie on tin, iron, leu, matched
boards, or any smooth surface, from two
quarts to one gallon are required to one hund-
icu hquare leei 01 sunace, ana aitnougn tne
Paint has' a heavy body, it is easily applied
UU U Ul UBU.
No Tar is used in this Composition,
Therefore It neither cracks in winter nor runs
On decayed shingles it fills ud the holes nnrt
pores, and gives a new substantial roor that
will last for years. Curled or waeped shin
gles It brings to their places, and keeps them
there. It fills up all holes in Felt roofs, stops
the leaks and although a slow dryer, rain
does not aflect It a few hours after applying.
As nearly all paints that are black contain
tak, oe sure you ontain our genuine article
which iiorsuingie roois) is
When first applied, chanslnc in about a month
to a uniform slate color, and Is to all Intents
uuu purposes slate, un
Our red color is usually preferred, as one coat
ia equai w nve ui any oruinary paint.
Our bright red Is the only reliable Slate Paint
ever introduced that will effectually prevent
dampness from penetrating and discoloring
These paints are also lareelv imnrt nn
houses and fences, or as a priming coat on fine
Our only colors are Chocolate.Red.Briout
NEW YORK CASH PRICE LIST.
5 Gallons, can and box
18 " keg
20 " half barrel. . 16 00
40 ' one barrel. u .... 80 00
We have in stork, of nnr nwn m n ?i f"-itn..
rooting materials, etc., at the following low
1,000 rolls extra Rubber Roofing at 3 cents per
square foot. Or we will furnish Rubber Roof
ing, Nails, Caps, and Slate Paint for an entire
new roof at 4J cents per square foot.
2,000 rolls 2-ply Tarred Roofing Felt, at VA
cents per square foot.
3,000 rolls 3-ply Tarred Roofing Felt, at 214
cents per square foot.
200 rolls Tarred Sheathing, cent per square
5A00 gallons fine Enamel Paint, mixed rco.1v
for use, on Inside or outside work, at $2 00 per
Send for sample card of colors. All orders
must oe accompanied witn tne money or satis
factory city reterences. No goods shipped C O,
u. uuiesa c&urc&a cuurses are guarantees.
Sample orders solicited.
N. Y. SLATE PAINT COMPANY.
103 4 1M Maiden Lane, New York.
THE WHITE HOUSE,"
. OK.. .
Tench and English Dress Goods
In all the Fashionable Shades and Materials,
including an Extensive Line or
BLACK AND COLORED CASHMERES,
SILKS AXD YELYETS TO MATCH.
We would also Invite attention to our large
Black and Plain Colored Dress Silks,
Which were purchased before the recent ad
vance, ana wnicu our pnnuna win
receive the benefit ot.
THE LATEST NOVELTIES IX
Silks and Worsted Fringes,
Ties, Scarfs, Fichues, Col
lars and Cuffs, Ruch
ing, Dress Trim
OUR CLOAK AND SUIT DEPARTMENT
Is replete with a Large and Elegant Assort
ment in an iue prevailing aiyies in
BKAVEB AND DUAP E'TE SACQl'ES ANU CLOAKS.
OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
Comprises the most fashionable and re-
cuercne s napes oi
FRENCH FELT AND BLACK STRAW NATS,
And a Superb Display of
As our arrangements for the
IT till and Winter Season
Are now entirely complete, we do not hesitate
lo assert mat tne inducements pre
sented far excel bur pre
A cordial Invitation is extended to all to in
ARRAY OF NOVELTIES
Now on Exhibition.
LEWIS & STRAUSS,
So. 87 First Street.
FLEISCHNER, MAYER & CO.
NOS. 43 AND 45 FRONT STREET,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
TR. MAYER HAS MADE VERY EXTEN-
Direct from the Manufacturers and Importers
in New York. Our Stock will consist oi the
latest styles and shades of
JETeatlicrs and Plumes,
Ribbon's, Plain, Gros Grain and Fancy,
Silks, Yeh els, etc., etc.,
To which we invite the attention of the Mill!
ner Trade of Oregon and Washington TerrI
Being the only Wholesale House in the State
Importing MILLINERY GOODS direct from
New York, we will be prepared to offer extra
inducements to our Friends and Patrons.
J. N. DOLP1T.
C A. DOLPH.'
BOLrn, BROMADOn, DOLPH i'SIMOS
ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE, "PORTLAND.
Emnlnvment fleencv. 2j 5""
S It . U 1. W DUCCl,
Portland, finds employment for all those ap
plying for situations, in any capacity. Pays
special attention to ootaining f arm ieip
House Servants, Railroad Hands, etc, irre
(pectlve of Nationality. 3-36
SHERMAN & HYDE,
Corner of Kearny and Salter Streets,
123 First Street, Corner Morrison,
Importers, Publishers, and Dealers in
SHEET MUSIC, MUSIC BOOKS,
success unparalleled in the history of Piano
fortovManufaclure. They are remarkable for Great Volume,
Purity and Sweetness of Tone, and Durability.
O G- 3ST JS ,
The Most Desirable Instruments in the market
for church and parlor. Over 23,000 no w In use.
SlIEItMAN Jk HYDE,
uurcTACTmuuis or THE
Instruments Sold on Easy
We have constantly on hand a good assort
RELIABLE CHEAP PfANOS,
Made from the best seasoned material, and
Prices as low as worthless Pianos are sold for
Call and see us before purchasing
HEADQUARTERS OF ALL THE LEADING
MuslcTeachers and Brav'sOuadrllle Band.
Professor Parrish, Prompter. Also, music ar
ranged ior Drass anu string nanus, instru
ments selected forpersons wishlngto purchase,
Orders to be left with SHERMAN 4 HYDE,
corner First and Morrison streets.
Also, headquarters of the Northwestern Band,
parrott, leader. 5-28
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
partnership heretofore existlncr between E.
Cahalln and P. J. Goodman, under the name of
uanaun & uoouman, is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. The business will be carried
on in ruture In the name of E. Cahalln, whoas
ClimAC all H.hte nnd 1 fihUIMAa nf .Via ln(a Urn.
and to whom all accounts due said firm are to
be paid. E. CAIIALIN,
P- J. GOODMAN
Portland, Ogn., September 8, 1876.
Boots txi.c3L Shoes
To be sold for Cash at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
TOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAKS
. AT THE.
OPPOSITION BOOT AND SHOE STORE
Corner First and Stark streets, Portland.
6-2 F- CAIIALIN,
XEIMETER & UTTER,
Fashionable Merchant Tailors
TUST RECEIVED AND OPENING A COM
U plete stocc or tne latest styles oi
Fashionable Men's and Soys' Hats
"No old Stock, but the best New Goods that
could be Dougtit in tne iastern market.
31 FIRST ST., BETWEEN PINE AND ASH.
EQUAL TO CAS !
Save your Money and have a Good Light
1,000 BRONZE LAMPS
With Salety Collars,
At ACKERMAN'S DOLLAR STORE.
JUST OPENED NOVELTY
Dealer In all
Fancy Goods and Xoxeltlcs, Embroideries, laces, ladles'
Feather Dusters from 3 bits upward. Try our American Stationery Prize Package for 25 cents.
i ew J o veiues received oy every steamer. jiasqueruuB losiumes ior itenu
CORNER OF FIRST AND SALMON STREETS. 2
OFFICE OF THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
Wo. 105 Thlrtl Street, Portland, May 27, 1S73.
THE SINCER STILL TRIUMPHANT I
Nnmnnf Pntnnanv and Mi-hin No. Machines No. Machines Increase orDe-
Kame of ComPay and Machine. sold In 1878. soldinl87. crease.
Tbe Singer llannrattnrlns Company-.. 232,444 211,B7U Increase 9,231
Wheeler fc Wilson Manufacturing Company 119,190 92,827 Decrease 28,365
Howe Sewing Machine Company (estimated) 151,000 35,000 " 119,006
Domestic Sewing Machine Company 40,114 22,700 ' 17,414
Grover fc Baker Sewing Machine Company 36479 20,000 " 16,179
Weed " " " 21,769 20,495 ' 1,274
Wilson " " " 21,247 17,525 " 3,722
Wilcox .fcGlbbs ' " " " 15.183 13,710 " 1,4:
American B. H. " " " 14,182 13,529 " 6S
Florence " " " 8,960 5317 ' 3,443
Victor " " " 7,446 6,292 " 1,154
iEtna, J. E. Brannsdorf & Co . 3,081 lfim " 15
MOST EXTENSIVE ORGAN WORKS IN THE WORLD
ARE THOSE OF
J. ESTEY & CO.,
THEY NOW HAVE EIGHT EXTENSIVE
Factories, employing between 500 and 600
workmen, manufacturing 1,000 Cottage Organs
monthly about twice as many as any other
establishment in the world. Tbe finest cases !
The best lone ever produced in thts class of
Organs charming all, tiring none.
Wonderful and Beautiful Solo Stops,
Original with and peculiar to the Estey Organs.
70,000 IN ACTUAL USE.
Instruments "Warranted for Pive Years.
A. F. SMITH & CO.,
General Agents for Oregon and Washington
Territory ror tne isstey cottage
Organs and the
Arion Piauo TP or to.
Warerooms No. 109 Front Street, Portland,
sar Special Terms to Churches, Lodges, Sem
inaries, etc. Seud for illustrated catalogues.
"A Repository of Fashion, Pleasure,
SOTICES OF THE PRESS.
The "Bazar" is edited with a combination o.
tact and talent that we seldom find In any Jour
nal: and the journal Itself Is tbe organ of the
great world ot fashion. Boston Traveler.
'ine "uazar" commenus ltseii 10 every mem
ber of the household to the children by droll
and pretty pictures, to the young ladles by its
lasmon-pjaies in enaiess variety, to tne provi
dent matron by its patterns for the children's
clothe's, to paterfamilias by its tasteful designs
for emDroldereu suppers ana luxurious uress-lng-gowns.
But the reading matter of the
"Bazar" is uniformly of great excellence. The
paper has acquired a wide popularity for the
fireside enjoyment it affords. N. Y. Evening
In Its way there is nothing like It. Fresh and
trustworthy as a fashion guide, its stories and
essays, its poetry and squibs, are all invigorat
ing to the mind. Chicago Evening Journal.
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An Extra Copy of either the "Magazine,"
Weekly." or "Bazar" will be supplied eratls
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Prominent attention will be jrlvcn in "Har
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HARFER & BROTHERS,
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE!
On account of Removal, FISHEL &
ROBERTS, cor. Washington and First
Sts., will sell their Entire Stock of Fine
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS
SWEEPING REDUCTION IX PRICES,
Marking every article down At a SaC'
rifice in order to sell their present Mam
moth Stock before removal to their New
and Elegant Store, cor. First and Alder.
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at ff FORFEITURE FOR EVERY FAU
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"Diseased Scalps.Itchlng and Dandruff." Pre
vents hair falling out in three to ten days.
Ltvlng evidence can be seen In Portland. Ad
dress or call at 50 Morrison' street.
6-3 MRS. E. a WASS.
HAS JUST RECEIVED FROM PARIS A
Great Variety of
Patterns Tor Fall and Winter Wear.
Ladies are respectfully lnvltdd to call and
see for themselves.
STARK ST., BET. FOURTH AND FIFTH.
6 Two Apprentices wanted. 3
(IS A DAI!
Our large life-like Steei. En
gravings of the Presiden
tial Candidates sell rapid
ly. Send for circular. N. Y.
Engraving Co., No. 35 Wall
street, Box 3,236, N. Y. 6t
AND FANCY GOODS STORE.
kinds of .
C. It. C. DIRECTORY.
'Objects or tbe Order.
To shield the Innocent ; to succor the tempt
ed ; to encourage the struggling ; to give rellet
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 of mercy and love.
Geo. B. Hudson. No. 325 Kearny street, San
Oresron, Idaho and Washington Terrl-tory-OfUcers
of Grand Encampment:
Grand Com., A. F. Johnson, Portland, Or.
Grand Coun., J. M. Bacon, Oregon City, Or.
Grand J. C, Cella A. Whitney, Portland.
Grand Secy., W. H. Roberts, Olympia, W. T.
Grand Treas., J. H. Munson, Olympia.
Gran d C. of H., J. E. Houston , Junction City, Or.
Grand Chaplain. Enoch Turner, Portland.
Grand M. of C, Mary Hurley, Lewlston, LT.
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 of November, 1876.
D. D. Grand Commanders,
Authorized to organize new Encampments
anywhere within the Jurisdiction of the Grand
E. P. Ferry, Olympia. W. T.
Nelson Huntington, Montlcello, W. T
Miss Joanna Lyle, Dallas. Oregon.
J. H.Johnson, McMlnnville, Oregon.
C. A. MIssimer. The Dalles. Oregon.
G. A. Deland, Portland, Oregon.
J. E. Houston, Junction City, Oregon.
t. xj. uuuusuu, iuarsnueiu, uregon.
J. M. Howe, Lewlston, LT.
List of Encampments.
Harmony No. 4, Portland, Oregon ; Tuesday
evening; G.A.Deland,&; C. A.Coburn,R.S.
Oneonta No. 6,The Dalles, Oregon; Saturday
evening: R. W. Crandall, C; Miss Clara Huma
son,R.S. T PO Wn 7 Tnn.tlnn PH rkM . If .,
evening; J. M. Starr, C; J. M. Lafferty, R. S.
LaCreole No. 10, Dallas, Oregon ; Monday
evening ; Edward Casey, C; C. W. Teal, R. a
Confidence No. 11, McMlnnville. Oregon;
Tuesday evening; J. H. Johnson, C.; H. A.
Perrydale No. 13, Perrydale. Polk county. Oi-
egon; Saturday evening; William Uglow.C;
J. B. Chltwood, R. S.
Excelsior No. 2. Montlcello, W. T.; Saturday
evening; Nelson Huntington, C; E.Stone.R.8.
Washington No. 3, Olympia, W.T.; Tuesday
evening; J. H. Munson.C; W. H. Roberts,R.S
Eureka No. 5, Port Townsend, W. T.: Wed
nesday evening; W. H. Arnell, C; C. 0. Mor
Dayton No. 10, Dayton ; Saturday evening ;
J. H. Lister, C; J. H. Kennedy, R. S.
Lewlston No. 1, Lewlston. Idaho ; Saturday
evening; H. O. Adams, C; E. A. Rowley, R. S.
Should any errors appear in the above Direc
tory, the Grand Secretary will have them cor
rected on receiving proper notification undei
seal of the Encampment.
"A FEW FANCIES IN VERSE,"
By Mrs. A. J. DUNIWAY.
Price S5 Cents.
Address, with nine threeent stamps,
THE NEW NORTHWEST,
LIVERY, HACK AND FEED STABLES
Corner Second and Taylor Street!.
Reasonable Charges for Hire. Particular At
tention paid to Boarding Horses.
Orders for Hacks Promptly Attended to, Day
ear Orders may be left at the Stables, or at
the store of Flshel & Roberts. 6-38
C. M. WIBUBG,
No. 103 Front Street, Portland,
HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE LOT OF
the Latest Styles of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Such as Men's Centennial and Broadway Ties,
Ladles' and Children's (Gray Bros, and Sollers
&. Co.'s) Button, Lace, and Congress Boots. All
will be sold at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
N. B. All goods on hand previous to January
1st, 1876, will be sold at 20 per cent, below cost.
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.,ofNew
ZELL'S ENCLYCLOPEDIA AND UNIVER
FUN BETTE R THAN PHYSIC; by thesam
PERILS OF EARLY LIFE; by Geo. L. Ste fa
bins, M. D.
WHAT OF THE CHURCHES AND
CLERGY t And several othervaluable works.
A few lady canvassers will find profitable
J. W. STRONG, General Agent,
No. UHSt Front street,
5-38 Portland', Oregon.
C. II. WOODARD & CO.,
HAVE REMOVED TO THE ODD FEL
Corner First and AIdr streets.