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FRIDAY OCTOBER 27, 1S76.
Sheriff Jeflery returned home by the
Daily receipts of wbeat in this city
aggregate about S00 tons.
The Aurora Restaurant continues to
furnish an abundance of excellent food
for the hungry.
A plate of those delicious oysters at
Alisky & Hegele's is a luxury on these
damp and chilly evenings.
The fame of the Clarendon is spread
throughout the State'as being the best
hotel north of San Francisco.
The discussion between Dr. "Watts and
E. A. Cronin, Esq., haa been postponed
until Monday evening, November 30th.
Dr. Hewes, the great magnetic healer,
has returned to this city and can be con
sulted at his oflice, corner of Oak and
The Alden FruitPreserving Company
of Albany have shipped to this city al
ready this season about live tons of ap
ples preserved by them.
The Commercial College isacain open,
offering, as a heretofore, superior ad
vantages to those desiring to obtain a
thorough business education.
General Howard left Washington for
the Pacific Coast some two weeks since,
and will probably arrive at bis home in
this city next week.
Half-fare rates over the railroad lines
for three days this week to give the peo
ple inland a chance to see the Royal Mar
ionettes at New Market Theatre.
Fishel & Roberts continue to hold first
rank among the fashonable clothiers
of this city. Their goods are unsur
passed in style, quality and price.
Hon. J. F. Caples addressed the Young
Men's Hayes and Wheeler Club of this
city at OroFino Hall Tuesday evening.
His remarks were pertinent and well
timed and elicited much applause.
A new Unitarian minister, Rev.E. J.
Gavin, of Massachusetts, arrived by the
"Ajax" and will regularly occupy the
pulpit in the Unitarian Church in this
city during the absence of Rev. Mr.
The attention of the ladies is divided
between the stvlish cloaks and "love
of hats" imnorted by Lewis & Strauss,
although they do take time to declare
that the dress goods displayed by the
fcame firm are "just lovely" aud "so
Dr. J. L. York will return to this city
in a few davs and remain to deliver a
course of lectures under the auspices of
the Liberal Association, at Good leni
plars' Hall. The first of the course will
be delivered on Sunday, Oct. 29th, at 2
l. jr. Subject, "What is Truth."
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Fellows, of Ca
nemah, after several months sojourn in
the East, returned by the "Ajax" this
week. Their many friends will be
pleased to learn that the health of Mrs.
Fellows is much improved by their
The Marionettes, with General Joseph
Lane as fossil aud chief attraction, gave,
an entertainment at New Market Thea
ter Wednesday evening. We have not
learned as to whether the faithful were
presented with chromos, as a reward for
their appearance on that occasion.
Members of Paradise Springs Lodge,
I. O. G. T., located near Mt. Tabor, pro
pose to give a literary entertainment on
Friday evening, November 3d. The ob
ject of the entertainment is to raise
funds to erect a hall. All Portland is
invited and conveyance promised to all
who will go.
The stock of goods at the "Third Street
Store" is of even more than usual ele
gance aud variety. To attempt to enu
merate the nu merous beauties and novel
ties displayed would only be to fail, so
we say to everybody, and especially to
the ladies, call at John Wilson's and ex
amine them for yourselves.
The gambling law recently passed by
the Legislature is stringentand timely.
It went into effect immediately after its
approval by the Governor. Mutterings
of discontent, not loud but deep, are
heard among members of the sporting
fraternity. We will publish the main
sections of the new law next week.
Complaint is made by the librarian of
tne I'ortlana Library Association that
some persons in violation of the rules
have taken magazines from the rooms
and defaced some of the newspapers
with which the tables are supplied. The
American xmw hcvicvo lor July is
among the missing periodicals, and its
immediate return is requested.
Col. J. M. Wilson has received a dis
patch from Washington to the effect
that the amount appropriated by Con-
cress. $90,000, for the construction of
the canal aud locks at the Cascades of
the Columbia, has been allotted, and
that surveys are authorized. The work
of making necessary surveys" will be
commenced as soon as preliminary ar
rangements are effected, and more sub
stantial operations will speedily follow,
The speech of Hon. H. W. Scott at
Oro Fino Hall on Saturday evening was
an able effort, and one which cannot
fail to set voters to thinking. Hon
Orange Jacobs failed to reach the city
to fulfill his appointment on that even
ing. At the conclusion of Mr. Scott's
remarks, Dr. Sloan took the stand aud
in nis inimitable uianuer dealt out
pungent and unpalatable truth to the
JUemocracy for the space of half an hour.
STATE ASD TERRITORIAL.
The State University opened with 100
Tiie Eugene library has been
The new fire bell, weighing 800
pounds, bas been hung at Seattle.
The total amount of taxable property
in uiacuamas county is 51,8311,710 06.
The expense of sprinkling the streets
or Salem during X air weet was 100.
The "McMinnville," the new boat for
the Yamhill trade, was launched last
J. "YV. Eanofl, of Lane county, ships
100,000 pounds of hops to Portland this
W. S. Powell, of Dayton, had 1,678
BacKs 01 wneat on tne "iionanza" when
Mr. David, two .miles northwest of
itiiisDoro, raised 1,000 pounds of crapes
Towner and Sloop have discovered a
coal vein, live leet in thickness, on Ya
A Liberal Association has been organ
ized at iiaker Uity by Dr. York. Forty
uicuiueis am cuiuiieu.
There is more of a demand for th
goods of the Brownsville factory than
.1 : 1 , . . .
tue uiiii is uuie 10 supply.
Prof. Campbell has collected in th
past four months S11,000 for the Mon
moutn uoiiege, and that In Oregon.
A shipment of bones, destined for
England, lie at Tacoma awaiting charges
equal 10 mree times tneir value.
Nineteen marriage licenses were issued
by the County Clerk of Linn county
during the llrst nineteen days of this
TV no.n. ,i r,rma i T .nn.mmlr
nnvovprSam f aP? R9, mv less thflrj
a. v l'- "iin i 1 j i ui o wi -- v vj ,
$300 and over $100; and five pay le8apyareotlons, Patterns, Musical Instruments,
. a. . I PL Pfrv . trill rorAivA hi nrrm rt nfrtnnnl at-
man siuu ana over fcio.
Mr. P. M. Rinearson, of Clackamas
county, was fortunate enough to get
away wiui eleven .mciuiuu. yi nmw
and vegetables at the State I air.
A span of Percbpron fillies, bought at
tbe Orecon btato lair and laicen to be-
attle, are Bald to be the finest spau of
animals in Washington Territory.
Some 3,000 logs, scaling above two
million feet of lumber, from Skagit
River, were resently towed into Port
Blakely the lagest raft known on the
A fiPVPrn wlnrl atnrrv, vtclf p,l Rnrlniv's
nrnirio nn "VVtwinoarlnv nf lnnr. wppIt.
damaging buildiugs, fence, and fruit
trees belonging to Mr. Barlow to the
amount of $400.
Wra, McCulloch, of Ten Mile, lias a
wooden clock that has seen constant
service for 50 years. It was made in
1811b, and has been Handed down irom
father to son since then.
The great Montgomery Queen circus
must have paid more money out in Se-
attle than it took in, as' the weather
was anything but pleasant rain fall-
ing with but slicllt cessation during its I
stay in town.
Says the Nanaimo Free Press : On
the 13th workmen bad penetrated to a
depth of ten feet through solid coal, in
the seam struck in Messrs. Nicholas
and Francis' shaft on the Cornish farm.
The full thickness of the seam has not
yet been ascertained, but a .ten-feet
seam of coal is indeed a valuable strike.
The Methodist speaks of churches so
badly ventilated that "Gabriel might
blow nis trumpet, aud, after the novelty
of the first live minutes, people would
A daughter of the man who stood by
General Warren's side when he fell,
now lives in Boston Highlands at the
mature age of 103.
"I am dyeing for love," said a mel
ancholy young man, as he put the coal
black lluid on Ills mustacbe.
Professor Proctor is thirty-nine years
old, lias written twenty-turee books,
aud nas eleven cliildren.
The "Washington Monument is to be
four iiuuureu and eigbty-nve feet high.
2SEW THIS "WEEK.
WAENER'S HAIR PRODUCER.
The Only Reliable Itcmedy. Contains no
1'oisons. i'o more use for Wigs,
Olfin FORFEITURE FOR EVERY FAIL- 1
jp IKJVJ uro ill do not produce a New Natural
(Jrowih of Halron any Polished Bald Head.at
a ny age, from any cause except Scalding. Cures
"Diseased Scalps, Itfhing and Dandruff." Pre
vents lialr falling out in three to ten days.
i.ivniK eviuence can De seen in t'oriianu. au
dress or call at oO Morrison street.
0-3 MRS. E. S. WASS.
riniE "WELL-KNOWN MAGNETIC' 1IEAL-
X er, has again opened In Portland,
Oflice Cor. rirst ami Oak streets.
Where he- will treat the sick and afflicted.
MAGNETIC BATHS connected with the
MRS. S. HEWES, M. D.,
One of the first iady graduates in the United
States, also offers her services as one of the 1
most skillful practitioners on this Coast. Par
ticular attention given to Ladles and Children.
NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE
First street, between Morrison and Alder
Alder street, between
Front and First,
H. M. DeFRANCE
W. I- WHITE
AN INSTITUTION OF BUSINESS TRAIN
insr.desizned.in a combination of Theoret
ical and Practical Methods of Instruction, to
imparl in a short space of time that knowledge
of Business Theory and actual Business Rou-
tine which requires years of experience to oth'
TELEGRAPHY taught under the superln
tendence of an Experienced Teacher and Prac
tical Operator. PHONOGRAPHY under the
upenntenaence or a l'racticai suort-uana Ke-
males' department now organized, una laay
stuuents now in attenuance.
lor full particulars, send for N. B. College
Address Dr.FR.VNCE & WHITE,
ti-7 Lock Box 101, Portland, Oregon.
T)Y VIRTUE OF AN EXECUTION TO ME
JJ directed, issued out of the Circuit Court of
tue state 01 uregon ior Muunoman county, in
favor of George W. Elmer, Plaintiff, and
against Levi Estes, C. M. Carter, and George
Ham, Derendants, for the sum or S13 00, gold
coin, and the further sum of iSl 50 cold coin.
and interest thereon since March 1st, 1876, at
the rale of 1 per cent, per month with costs, I
did, on the2Ub day of October, 1873, being una
ble to And any personal property belonging to
either of the said Defendants out of which to
satisfy said execution, levy on the interest of
eacn ana an 01 saia ueienuants in anu 10 me
west half (V H) of block forty (40) in Carter's
nrtiimnn tn Mini' Ir eT I'nrtlnnn In MIIITnnmnn
addition to the City of Portland, in Multnomah
eountv. State of Orecon.
Now, therefore, by virtue of said execution,
on Saturday, the 2oth day of November, 1870, at
tne nouroi iu o'ciock a. m. oi saia aay, at tne
Court-house door in said county, I will sell the
above described real estate at public auction to
the highest bidder, to satisfy said txccutlon,
interebt, costs ana accruing costs.
Sheriff of Multnomah county, Oregon.
Portland, October 27, 1876. 0-7
G. W. WALLING &. SON. Proprietors.
At Sinshelmer's Music Store, Portland, Oregon.
GW. WALLING wilt attend to all business
. connectod with tbe Willamette Nursery
C-7 G. W. WALLING fc SON.
Miss Clara Dunlway offsrs her services to the
poc as a rorcnasing Agent, uraers ior
conceivable article of Ladles and Chll-
ure" s car, or ior jewelry, euver or x-iaiea
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ordering millinery, ribbons, ties, etc. state the
age nd completion of wearer, color of hair
and st le of ftature. and bow the halr Is
worn. No order attended to unless accom-
paniedbv thecash.andall transactions to be
considered final. The same conscientious care
will 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,
S11 etc" must lnclose a stamP 10 Pay re,um
The American Newspaper Directory Is an
epitome of newspaper history. It is also re-
carded as an official register of circulations.
This feature requires the closest scrutiny to
prevent it from leadinc 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-
formlty, but give Messrs. Geo. P. Rowell &. Co.
such information as" enables them to weed out
unsubstantiated statements of pretenders in I
Journalism. The popularity of the book, and
iue general cuniiuuucts iDiuf uccurauj' uuu uuuu
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, Phila
delphia, hasdiscovercd 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 and sufferers all
over the country are ordering by mall. He
prepares It in pills, at 50 cents a box. The Doc
tor is largely known and highly respected.
JIHS. DR. B. A. OWCXS.
Oflice 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 In treat
ing rheumatism and chronic diseases. 5-32
Simple and inexpensive as it Is, GlenVs
Sulphur Soap is a most efficient remedy for
certain obnoxious diseases, to be cured of
which those aflllcted with them olten spend
thousands of dollars to no purpose.
B3 The National Gold Medal was awarded
to Bradley Ji Uulofson for the best Photographs
In the united States, and the Vienna Medal
for the best in the world. 429 Montgomery
street, San Francisco.
a 1 li s :
U ;t i- ir :i i n n
For 10 Days,
For 10 Days,
For 10 Days,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
77 First street.
77 First street.
PK0TECT YOUR BUILDINGS,
Which may be done with one-fourth the usual
expense, oy using our
PATENT SLATE PAINT,
MIXED READY FOR USE.
Fire-proof, Water-proof, Durable, Eco
nomical, and Ornamental.
A roof may be covered with a verv chean
shingle, and by application of this slate be
made to last from a) to 25 years. Old roofs can
be patched and coated, looking much better.
r,?1J,a.1tJn.ii!onger than new shinSles without
the slate, lor
One-third the Cost of Rcshingling'.
The expense of slating new shingles is only
about tbe cost of simply laying them. The
paint is fire-proof against sparks or flying
emuers, as may De easily tested Dy any one.
IT STOPS EVERY LEAK.
And for tin or iron has no equal, as it expands
by heat, contracts by cold, and never cracks
nor scales. Roofs covered with Tar sheathing
cii can De maue water-tigui at a small ex
pense, ana preservea for many years.
xms state iaini is
Two gallons will cover a hundred sauare feet
01 sningierooi,wnueon tin, iron, ieit.matclied
uoarus. or any smootn sunace. irom iwo
quarts to one gallon are required to one hund-
reu square leei oi sunace, ana aituougn tne
mini nas a neavy Douy, it is easily applied
wiiu u urubu.
No Tar is used in this Composition.
Therefore It neither cracks in winter nor runs
On decayed shingles it fills up the holes and
pores, and gives a new substantial root that
I .tn i r . . . . .
viii iu, im jeura. VjUKljUUKWAHf0 snin-
glcs 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
tar, be sure you obtain our genuine article.
which iiurBuingie roots) is
When first applied, changing in about a month
to a uniform slate color, and is to all Intents
ana purposes slate, ua
Our red color Is usually preferred, as one coat
is cquui 10 nve oi any orainary paint, jf or
Ourbricht red is tbe only rellahle Klnt Paint.
ever Introduced that will effectually prevent
dampness from penetrating and discoloring
These paints are also largely used on out.
houses and fences, or as a priming coat on fine
Our only colors are Cuocoi.ATE,RED,BRiGirr
NEW YORK CASH PRICE LIST.
5 Gallons, can and box f 5 50
16 " keg 9 50
20 " half barrel . .....16 00
40 " one barrel :.so 00
We have in stock, of our own manufacture.
roofing materials, etc, at the following low
i,uuu roils extra nuDoer Hoofing at 3 cents per
square foot. Or we will furnish Rubber Roof
ing, Nails, Caps, and Slate Paint for an entire
new root at vt cents per square foot.
IMS) rolls 2-ply Tarred Roofing Felt, at VA
cents per sauare foot.
3,000 rolls 3-ply Tarred Roofing Felt, at 2
cents per square foot.
jm rous rarrea sneatnmg, y, cent per square
5:000 gallons fine Enamel Paint, mixed ready
for use, on Inside or outside work, at $2 00 per
Send for sample card of colors. All orders
must oe accompanied wltn the money or satis
factory city reierences. No goods shipped C O.
u. nniess express cnarges are guaranteed.
Sample orders solicited.
N. Y. SLATE PAINT COMPANY.
102 & 104 Maiden Lane, New York.
THE WHITE HOUSE,"
French and English Dress Goods
In all the Fashionable Shades and Materials,
Including an .extensive i.me oi
BLACK AND COLORED CASHMERES,
SILKS AXD VELVETS TO MATCH.
We would also invite attention to our large
JJJac - and Plain Colored. Dress Silks,
Which were purchased before the recent ad
vance, ana wnicn our pairous win
receive the benefit ot.
THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN
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-1
mem, in an tne prevailing aiyies ui
BEAVEK AND DRAP E'TE SACQl'ES AND CLOAKS.
OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
the most fashionable and re
cherche shapes of
FRENCH FELT AND BLACK STRAW NATS,
And a Superb Display of
As our arrangements for the
ITtili iiikI Winter Season
Are now entirely complete, we do not hesitate
to assert mat tne inuueemenis pre
sented far excel our pre
A cordial Invitation is extended to all to In
ARRAY OF NOVELTIES
Now on Exhibition.
LEWIS & STRAUSS,
No. 87 I'irst Street.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
nartnersniD neretoiore existing Deiween r..
Cahalln and P. J. Goodman, under the name of
Cahalin & Goodman, is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. The business will be carried
on In future in thename of E. Cahalln, who as
sumes an dents ana liabilities or tne late nrm,
and to whom all accounts due said firm are to
bo paid. E. CA1IALIN,
Portland, Ogn., September 8, 1870.
Boots and Shoes
To be sold for Cash at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAXS
OPPOSITION BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
Corner First and Stark streets, Portland.
0-2 r. CAIIAI.IN.
107 Third street, Portland, Oregon,
TTAS NOW IN STORE AND IN TRANSIT A
JUL large select stock of new
DRESS GOODS, LADIES' UNDERWEAR,
LACE CURTAINS, MENS' do.,
BOYS' fc GIRLS' do.,
HOSHSRY fc CORSETS,
All of the best quality and offered at unprece
dentedly low prices. Please call and examine
jn.ij. rsewgoous openeu every weeK. tMi.
e. a BRONAuan.
C A. DOLP1I.
D0LPH, BK0XACGH, IIOLFH & SI1I0N
ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE, PORTLAND.
EQUAL TO CAS!
Save j our Jloney and have a Good Light
1,000 BRONZE LAMPS
With Saiety Collars,
At ACKERMAN'S DOLLAR STORE.
Emnlovment Agency. 62 Fron't street'.
oruana, nnas employment ior an mose ap-1
plying ior situations, in any capacity, fayiiwew xors, we win oe prepareu iuulhuuh
special attention to ooiaining f arm .fcteip,
House Servants, Railroad Hands, etc, irro
specuve or .Nationality. 3-sa
SHERMAN & HYDE,
Corner of Kearny and Setter Streets,
123 First Street, Corner Morrison,
Importers, Publishers, and Sealers in
SHEET MUSIC, MUSIC BOOKS, I
These RnDerh Instruments have achieved a
success unparalleled In the history of Piano
They are remarkable for urcat volume,
Purity and Sweetness of Tone, and Durability.
S aA IDAB
The Most Desirable Instruments in the markcU
ior cuurcu auu paciur. uvmhuuhi uac.
SHERMAN it HYDE,
Mivrriwyiryra OT THE
Instruments Sold 021 Easv I
We have constantly on hand a good assort
SELLABLE CHEAP PLANOS,
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
Music Teachers and Bray's Quadrille Band,
rroiessor rurnsu. rrompter. Also, music ar
ranged lor brass and string bands. Instru
ments selected for persons wishing to purchase.
Orders to be left with SHERMAN fc HYDE,
corner First and Morrison streets.
Also.headauartersof the Northwestern Band.
rarrott, ieauer. it-xa
FLEISCHNEE, MAYER & CO.,
NOS. i3 AND 43 FRONT STREET,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers.
TVTR- MAYER HAS MADE VERY EXTEN-
XTX slve purchases of a lull line of
Direct from the Manufacturers and Importers
in New York. Our Stock: will consist ol the
latest styles and shades of
Feathers unci" FlumeH,
Ribbons, Plain, Cros Grain and Fancy,
Silks, YelTCts, etc., etc.,
To which we lhvlte the attention of the Mill!-
Apr Tnirt nr iirpfron and wasnineton i em- i
imDortlne MILLINERY GOODS direct from
I inducements to our Friends and Patrons.
JUST OPENED NOVELTY AND FANCY GOODS STORE.
IkC&S. CHAS. TICHNOR,
Sealer In all kinds of
and 3ToTeltlcs, Embroideries, laces, 'ladies'
Worsted and Canras, Etc.
Feather Dusters from 3 bits upward. Try onr American Stationery Prize Package for SS cents.
ew .novelties rcceivea Dy every steamer. Jiasqueraae costumes ior Kent.
CORNER OF FIRST AND SALMON STREETS. 2
OFFICE OF THE SINGER MANUFACTURING COMPANY,
No. 105 Third Street, Portland, Kay 27, 1875.
SINGER STILL TRIUSVBPHAWT !
Name of Comply and Machine. Sj$ffigl
The Singer Manufacturing Company. 211.07!) Increase 9,231
Wheeler fc Wilson Manufacturing Company 119490 92,827 Decrease 26,363
Howe Sewing Machine Company (estimated) 151,000 35,000 " 119,008
Domestic Sewing Machine Company 40,114 22,700 17,414
Grover & Baker Sewing Machine Company 36,179 20,000 " 16,179
Weed " ' " 21,769 20,495 " 1,274
Wilson " " " 21,247 17,525 " 3,722
Wilcox 4 Gtbbs " " " 15,183 13,710 " 1,47
American B.H. " " " 14,182 13,529 " 65S
Florence " " " 8,960 5.517 " 3.H3
Victor " " " 7,446 6,292 " 1J5
iEtna, J. E. Brannsdorf & Co .3.081 1,860 " 115
MOST EXTENSIVE ORGAN WORKS IN THE WORLD
ARE THOSE OF
J. ESTEY & CO,,
rilHEY NOW HAVE EIGHT EXTENSIVE
I 1 Factories, employing between 500 and 600
workmen, manufacturing 1.000 Cottage Organs
montniy aDout twice as many as any oiner
Iestamisnment in tne worm, rne nnesi cases :
The best lone ever produced in thts class ol
Organs charming all, tiring none.
Wonderful and Beautiful Solo Stops,
Original with and peculiar to the Estey Organs,
70,000 IX ACTUAI. USE.
Instruments Warranted for Five Years.
A. F. SMITH & CO.,
General Agents for Oregon and Washington
Territory ior tne tisiey nonage
Organs and the
Arion Pinu o ITorte.
Warerooms No. 109 Front Street, Portland,
BS" Special Terms to Churches, Lodges, Sem
inaries, etc. Send for illustrated catalogues.
A Repository or Fashion, Pleasure,
NOTICES 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 the organ of the
great worm oi lasnion. iisoston lraveier.
ine "uazar" commenus useu 10 every mem
ber of the household to the children by droll
and pretty pictures, to the yo'ung ladles by its
lasnion-piaies in enaiess variety, 10 me provi
dent matron bv its rjatterns for the children's
clothe's.to paterfamilias by Its tasteful designs
for emuroiaereu slippers ana luxurious aress-ing-gowns.
But the reading matter of the
"Bazar" is uniformly of great excellence. The
paper has acquired a wide popularity for the
nresiue enjoyment 11 anorus. iin. 1. .evening
In its war there is nothing UKe it. i resnana
trustworthy as a fashion guide, its stories and
essays, its poetry ana sqnms, are an invigorat
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Address HARrER & BROTHERS,
17 New York
XEIJIEYER & UTTER,
Fashionable Merchant Tailors
JUST RECEIVED AND OPENING A COM
plete stock: of the latest styles ol
Fashionable Men's and Boys' Hats,
Vn old Stock, hut the best New Goods that
could be bougnt in tne eastern mantei.
. . . .
31 FIRST ST., BETWEEN PINE AND ASH.
C. M. WIBERG,
No. 105 Front Street. Portland,
TTAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE LOT Or
I I the Latest Styles or
Knih us fen's Centennial and Broadway Ties
Ladies' and Children's (Gray Bros, and Soliers
&. Co.'s) Button, Lace, ana congress .books, aii
will De soia at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
v. Tt All irnnds on hand rirevious to January
1st, 1876, will be sold at 20 percent, below cost.
AS JUST RECEIVED FROM PARIS
Great Variety 01
Patterns for Fall and Winter Wear.
Ladles are respectfully invited to call and
see for themselves.
STARK ST., BET. FOURTH AND FIFTH.
6 Two Apprentices wanted. 3
Our large life-like Steel En-
GRAVINQS Of the PR ES ID EN'
tiai. Candidates sell rapid-
$1S A DAT!
ly. Send for circular. N. Y.
Engraving Co., No. 35 Wall
street, Box 3,236-, N. Y. B-l
Objects or the Order.
To shield the innocent ? fn xnonnr thf, fpTTint.
ed ; to encourage the struggling ; to give reliet
iu iue Kuuermg ; 10 oury tne ueaa, ana more
full v to strengthen the fratemnl hnnrlq which
should unite all true men and women in their
mission ot mercy and love.
Geo. B. Hudson, No. 325 Kearny street, San
Oregron, Idaho and Washington Territory-Officers
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. IL Roberts, Olympia, W. T.
Grand Treas., J. H. Munson, Olympia.
Grand C. of H.. J. E.Houston, Junction City, Or
Grand Chaplain, Enoch Turner, Portland.
Grand M. of C, Mary Hurley, Lewiston.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 or 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, Monticello, W. T
Miss Joanna Lyle, Dallas, Oregon.
J. H.Johnson, McMinnville, Oregon.
C. A. Mlsslmer. The Dalles. Oregon.
G. A. Deland, Portland, Oregon.
J. E. Houston, Junction City, Oregon.
j. xj. uuuu&uii, juurauueiu, uregon.
J. M. Howe, Lewlston, I.T.
Iilst of Encampments.
Harmony No. A. Portland. Oregon : Tuesda
evening; G.A.Deland,C; C.A.Coburn,R,S.
Oneonta No. 6. The Dalles. Ore-ron? Saturday
evening: R. W. Crandall, C; Miss Clara Huma
son, R. S.
T.aa T Tim..!.. sl r . - r 1
evening; J. M. Starr, C; J. M. Lafferty, R. S.
LaCreole No. 10, Dallas, Oregon ; Monday
evening ; Edward Casey, C; C. W. Teal, R. S.
Confidence No. 11. McMinnville. Oreeon?
Tuesday evening; J. H. Johnson, C; H. A.
.Brown, rt. a.
Perrydale No. 13, Perrydale, Polk county, Oi-
egon ; Saturday evening; William Uglow.C.;
J. B. Chltwood, R. S.
Excelsior No. 2. Monticello. W. T.: Satnrdav
evening; Nelson Huntington.C.; E.Stone,R.S.
Washington No. 3. Olvmnla. AV. T.: Tuesday
evening; J. II. Munson, C; W. H. Roberts, R.S
Eureka No. . Port Townsend, AV.T.: Wed
nesday evening; W. H. Arnell, C; C. O. Mor
Dayton No. 10, Dayton; Saturday evening;
, H. Lister, C; J. II. Kennedy, R. S.
Lewlston No. 1. Lewlston. Idaho : Saturday
evening ; H. O. Adams, C; E. A. Rowley, R. S.
Should any errors aDDear In the above Direc
tory, the Grand Secretary will have them cor
rected on receiving nrouer notification undei
seal of the Encampment.
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 IN 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.
"A FEW FANCIES IN VEIISE,"
B.v Mrs. A. J. DUNIWAY.
Address, with nine three-cent stamps,
THE NEW NORTHWEST,
LIVERY, HACK AND FEED STABLES
Corner Socond and Taylor Streets.
Reasonable Charges for Hire. Particular At
tention paia to lioarumg Horses.
Orders lor Hacks Promptly Attended to, Day
dr Orders may be lelt at the Stables, or at
the store of Fishel & Roberts. 5-36
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. HalLM. 1)., of New
ZELL'S ENCLYCLOPEDIA AND UNIVER
FUN BETTER THAN PHYSIC; by the sam
PERILS OF EARLY LIFE; by Qeo. L. Steb
blns, M. D.
AVHAT OF THE CHURCHES AND
CLERGY ? And several other-valuable works.
A few lady canvassers will find profitable
J. W. STRONG, General Agent,
No. WU, Front street,
5-33 Portland, Oregon,