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FRIDAY DECEMBER 1, 1S76.
Firemen's election next Monday.
Show-windows are already taking on
a holiday appearance.
Performance at Xew Market Theater
on Saturday afternoon aud evening.
Holiday uoveltie9 are displayed in
great profusion at the "White House."
Senator Kelly returned to this city on
Tuesday and took apartments at the
The "S. T. Church," Capt. Cochran's
new craft, will he ready for her trial trip
in about two weeks.
A short operatic season will be opened
at Xew Market Theater on Wednesday
by a first-class troupe direct from San
The Philoniathean Literary Society
holdsweekly meetings on Monday even
ings at Nonpareil Hall. Friends of
such societies are always welcome. '
Dr. Lindsley, after a somewhat pro
tracted sojourn in the East, returned to
his home and pastorate in this city by
the "Elder." His health' is much im
proved. The annual banquet of the St. An
drew Society has been Indefinitely post
poned on account of the death of Mrs.
Donald Macleay, wife of the President
of the society.
Professor Halpruner's dancing class
continues to meet on Tuesday and
Thursday evening, to the manifest im
provement of his pupils in this graceful
A Chinaman was fined $10 00 by
Judge Adams, on Saturday, for stealing
an umbrella. His Honor evidently does
not share the belief that umbrellas are
The "Daisy Ainsworth," the finest
boat owned by the O. S. N. Co., was
wrecked by being run on a reef of rocks
at the Upper Cascades last week. Her
machinery and portions of her upper
deck were saved. The company's loss
is about $50,000.
Work of improving the Upper Colum
bia is being pushed rapidly forward by
the contractors, Messrs. Grant & Stone.
A working force of 15 men with boats
aud all needed appliances has been
dispatched to Owyhee Rapids aud work
Members ot the Unitarian Sunday
School are making preparations for a
delightful Christmas entertainment con
sisting of Dickens' charming Christmas
Carol, "Scrooge and Marley," by Mr.
L. F. Henderson. The readiug is to be
illustrated by seven tableauxs.
A young man who boards at the
Thompson House, Samuel Walker by
name, attempted suicide by taking
strychnine on Friday evening. His de
signs upon his life were frustrated by
antidotes administered by Dr. Sloan.
No reason for the rash attempt is given.
Hon. A. J. Dufur, who has worked
with such untiring zeal for the interests
of Oregon at the Centennial, returned
home by the "Elder" on Sunday. His
services, though underrated by the Leg
islature, are highly appreciated by the
people, and we trust will in due time be
One of the teachers in the North
school, charged with daubing warm as
phaltum on the face of one of her mis
chievious pupils, was brought before
Justice By bee on complaint of the irate
father of the decorated youth on Friday.
The matter was compromised by the
defendant paying costs which amounted
to $9 25.
The ladies of the Relief Society ap
peal to those charitably disposed for
second-hand clothing for the children
of the "Home." Articles may be left
at the house of either of the members
6f the advisory committee Mrs.
Thellsen, Mrs. Ainsworth, or Mrs. Con
gle. Let careful mothers of sheltered
flocks remember these waifs as the cold
Alf. Carr, proprietor of the Cornuco
pia saloon, was a short time since .in
dicted under the recent gambling act.
The State appearing by Mr. Stott, prose
cuting attorney, aud the defendant by
bis counsel, J. C. Moreland, a demurrer
to the indictment was filed and argued
before his Honor Judge Shattuck, who,
after taking the matter under advertise
ment, sustaiued the demurrer on the
grouud that the law failed to sufficiently
define the prohibited games. The case
will probably go before the Supreme
The copartnership existing between
Joe. Oppeuheimer and Henry Acker
man, better known as Ackerman's Dol
lar Store, will be dissolved January 1,
187". It is imperatively necessary that
our stock be disposed of before that
time. It being a very large and com'
nlete one. com wising in the main ele
gant holiday presents, crockery, glass
and fine nlated ware, it will, be readily
seen that great sacrifices must be made
to dispose of it all within the time set.
The attention of the public, and espe
cially of dealers throughout tue btate,
is called to me anove.
11 Ackerman's Dollar Stoke.
A reception given Hon. A. J. Dufur
at the residence of Mr. Matlock in East
Portland on Tuesday evening was i
brilliant and enjoyable affair. Mr. Du
fur was presented with a handsome sil
ver pitcher of elaborate design and
workmanship, which contained the in
scrintion. "Presented to Hon. A. J. Du
fur by his East Portland friends for val
uable services rendered In behalf of the
State of Oregon at the Centennial Ex
position at Philadelphia. November 28,
1876." Hon. M. C. George made the
presentation speech, alter which Joseph
Buchtel, in his usual happy manner,
re-presented the token to Mrs. Dufur,
with a well-merited tribute to her part
la JUr. JJuiur's success.
Hon. A. J. Dufur was met at the St.
Charles on Monday evening by a large
number of friends who appreciate the
creat work he has done for Oregon at
the Centennial. Music and display of
fire-works preceded loud calls for Mr.
Dufur who, in response, appeared and
standing on the stairway spoke for some
time regarding Oregon's display at the
Centennial. She had been awarded
thirty-Jive medals and diplomas more
than any other State in the Union.
California received bat five. On retir
' ing to the parlor, which was crowded
wit n iiis personal friends, Mr. JJutu
was presented with an elegant gold
waicn and cnalu and a tine sllK piu
hat, the whole costing about $300. He
was so taken by surprise as scarcely to
be able to "light on a broken word to
thank them with." W. P. Watson
made the presentation speech. The
watch bore an appropriate inscription
nno me lOKena oi appreciation were
highly gratifying to the recipient who
so wen merited mem.
The school directors of Wallula have
assessed a tax of 6 mills on the dollar
2 mills to pay the teachers, and 4 mills
to build a new scnooi-nouse. The w.
W. & C. R. R. and the O. S. N. Co,
threaten to decline to pay the tax on
the plea that it is not legally assessed.
juioacuuji Alien, lata ui xvauaas, is tuc
teacher, aud said to be a very competent
STATE AND. TERRITORIAL.
King county, W. T., has a $14,000 jail.
The Turawater pipe factory is tempo
Typhoid fever is raging in some lo
calities in Polk county.
Yaquina settlers are planting exten
sive orchards this fall.
There is one Chinese pupil in the
Hillsboro public school.
Thg Seattleites are makiug an effort
to organize a literary society.
There are 85 pupils in attendance at
the public school at McMinnville.
Port Townsend district paid $1,G75
teachers' salaries in one school during
the last year.
Seven thousand six hundred sacks of
wheat were shipped from Dayton in one
day last week.
Six thousand shares of the Esther
Mining Company were sold In Roseburg
on Wednesday last.
The late heavy rains have raised the
rivers emptying into the Sound out of
their banks in many places.
The Oregon City Brewery manufac
tured 1,135 barrels of malt liquor for the
fiscal year ending June 30, 187G.
Mr. James Power, editor of the Bel
lingham Bay Mail, has received the
appointment of Inspector of Customs at
The Courier says that "more substan
tial improvements have been made in
Lafayette this year than in any other
since its foundation."
The Columbia Riverat Umatilla is five
feet above the government low water
gauge, and higher than recollected by
the oldest settler during the month of
The "Fannie Patton," the first boat
of the season, to the great delight of the
people of Lafayette woke the echoes
about that village with her shrill and
welcome whistle on Tuesday of last
Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Arizona and
New Mexico together, are turning out
each day $20,000 in gold, $17,000 in sil
ver, and $1,500 in base metal, giving a
total of $3S,500 each day, or $11,500,000
The Salem City Council have instruct
ed the committee on Ordinances to report
au ordinance making certaiu city otlices
salaried ones, fixing the compensation of
the marshal, $1,000; recorder, $800; and
From the Christian Messenger we learn
that the meeting announced to take
place at Monmouth not long since was
a decided success, and that great enthu
siasm prevailed, aud enough money was
subscribed to pay off the indebtedness
of Christian College.
Seven Chinese prostitutes were bonded
over in the sum of $500 each by Justice
Smith, at Seattle last week, to answer
for their crime at the next term of the
District court. Warrants were issued
against as many others, but they could
not be found.
Drain's Station is makiutr ranid
growth, and Roseburg may well begin
to look with jealous eye at its fast in
creasing proportions. The new mill is
an ornament to the place and a good in
vestment ior me owners, besides a con
venience to the country around.
Mrs. James HigRins, of Snriucr Vnllnw
vtts brought before Judge Truett. of Pni.-
couuty, last week, and adiudireii inin.
by the Court after due examination of
tue case. iurs. iiiggins was just mar
ried last spring, aud is onlv
years of age. But a few months ago she
was to all appearances as bright aud in
telligentas anybody. About two months
ago it was noticed that her memory was
failing her, and she soon became list
less, bue has attempted several times
to commit suicide, but, always was pre-
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such information as enables them to weed out
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the general confidence in its accuracy and good
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vertisements it receives. 4 26
"H'istar's Balsam or Wild Cherry.
The great remedy for consumption. This
well known remedy is offered to the public,
santioned by the experience of over forty years,
and when resorted to in season, seldom tails to
affect a speedy cure of Coughs, Colds, Croup,
Bronchitis, Influenza, Whooping Cough,
Hoarseness, Pains or Soreness in the Chest or
Side, Bleeding at the Lungs, Liver Complaint,
etc Beware of the counterfeits ! Remember
that the genuine WisTiu's Baisam of Wild
Cherry has on the outside wrapper the signa
ture of "L Butts," and the printed name of
the proprietors, "Setii W. Fowle A Sons, Bos-
ton." All others are base Imitations. Exam
ine the -wrapper carefully before purchasing,
A Case ofTliirty Years' Standing.
East Auroka, N. Y., May 22, 1870.
Messrs. Setii W. Fowle & Sons :
Gentlemen I was troubled with Dyspepsia
for thirty years, and tried several medicines
advertised for tha cure of this distressing com
plaint without deriving any benefit from them.
About a year ago I commenced taking the Pi
ruvian Syrup, and after using altogetner
twelve bottles, I find myself entirely cured.
consider my case one of the worst I ever heard
of, and I take great pleasure In recommendin;
the Peruvian Syrup to all Dyspeptics, bellev
iug that It will be t.ure to cure them.
J. T. Bowen.
Sold by all druggists.
A Valuable Discovery. Dr. J. P. Miller, a
practicing physician at 327 Spruce street, Phlla-
delphia, has discoverecUhat 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 mail. He
prepares it In pills, at 50 cents a box. The Doc
tor Is largely known and highly respected.
Dare Not to 'l'rlfle With a Cough.
It Is inviting death, when safety is within
reacn. stop me uougn, neai tnc lungs, re
move all irritation from the windpipe, relieve
the difficulty of breathing with Hale's Honey
of Horeuound and Tar. A few doses will ef
fect a speedy cure.
SIRS. 11. A. OWENS, 31. .
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 In treat
ing rheumatism and chronic diseases. 5-32
Beautify the complexion, and remove pirn
pies, spots, burns, scalds, stings, chapped lips
prickly beat, and all irritations of the skin, by
using Glenk's Sulphur Soap. In cases
Gout and Rheumatism it is also very effica
83" The National Gold Medal was awarded
to Bradley fc Rulofson for the best Photographs
in the United States, and the Vienna Medal
for the best In the -world. 129 Montgomery
street, son Francisco.
Miss Clara Dunlway offers her services to the
public as a Purchasing Agent Orders for
every conceivable article of Ladles' arid 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
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. Ladies
writing for information concerning prices,
styles, etc, must inclose a stamp to pay return
At the residence of the bridegroom's father
In Clackamas county, by Rev. J. Casto, Mr.
Orin Lee and Miss Cleo. P. Whitney.
NEW THIS WEEK.
THE K.E13 HOUSE:
No. 5 Washington Street,
Sign of the Amazonian
e h: i s a? -, s
h ikies:, the printer,
from 7 A. 31. to C P. Ji.
A LABOR-SAVING ENTRANCE!
Level with the street, has been provided for
the accommodation of customers.
UNIQUE AND TASTEFUL PRINTING,
in endless variety, at the
FOB THE HOLIDAYS
David and Anna Matson
Mrs. A. J. Dmiiuay,
With Beautiful Illustrations and Elegantly
This Poem is a most thrilling and interesting
tale, based on a faet in New England life,
nearly a century ago, as recorded by John G
Whittler. Once taken up it cannot be laid
aside until completed.
S. It. TVEI.LS. Publishers
737 Broadway, New York,
HONEY OF HOREHOUND AUD TAR
FOR THE CURE OF
Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness, Difficult
Breathing, and all Affections of the Throat,
BroncHA Tales, and Lungs, leading
This infallible remedy is composed of the
Honey of the plant Horehound, in chemical
union -with iAK-UALM, extracted lrom the
Life Principle of the forest tree Abeis
Balsamea, or Balm of Gilead.
The Honey of Horehound SOOTHES AND
scatters all irritations and inflammations, and
the Tar-balm CLEANSES AND HEALS the throat
and air passages leading to the lungs. Five
additional ingredients keep the organs cool,
moist, and in healthful action. Let no pre
judice keep you from trying this great medi
cine oi a lamous doctor who has saved thou
sands of lives by it in his larce private practice.
N.B. The Tar-Balm lias no BAD taste or
PRICES 50 CENTS AND $1 TER BOTTLE.
Great saving to buy large size.
"Pike's Toothache Drops" Cure
in 1 Minute.
Sold by all Druggists.
0. N. 0EITTENT0N, Prop., N.Y.
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE
of Oregon for the county of Multnomah.
Mary J. Powell, Plaintiff, vs. John Powell, De
fendant To John Powell, the above named
Defendant : In the name of the State of Ore-
eon, tou are hereby reauired to appear and an
swer the complaint tiled against you In the
above entitled suit by the first day of the term
of this Court, which will commence six weeks
or more niter tne publication oi mis summons,
to-wit : on the second Monday in February. A.
D.. 1877. And if you fall to answer for want
thereof, the Plaintiff will apply to the Court for
a judgment ana aecreeaissoivmgtne marriage
contract existing between you and P'aintifT, on
the ground of willful desertion, and for general
This summons is published by order of the
Judge of said Court, made at chambers this
ntn aay oi iNovemoer, is.t.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
in.. i i :
for Children, Misses and
WUUI LcKKIIIfVS Ladles. Also a new sup
ply of Wool ud Heavy Cotton Hose, for sa
by JOHN WILSON,
6-11 107 Third street
'THE WHITE HOUSE,"
h and English Dress Goods
In all the Fashionable Shades and Materials,
Including an intensive ujuc ui
BLACK AND COLORED CASHMERES,
SILKS AXD VELVETS TO MATCH.
Wo would also Invite attention io our large
Black ana Plain Colored Dress Silks,
Which -were purchased before the recent ad-
vance, anu wnicu uui
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-
. I.. ..I, ...n.rntltn.r UlvlPQ r
lllirilt 111 illl LUC inGVUiliiJE,
IS HAYEK AND URAP K'TE SAl'tJltS AM) CLOAKS.
OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
the most fashionable and re
cberche shapes of
FRENCH FELT AND BUCK STRAW NATS,
And a Superb Display of
As our arrangements for the
ITivll iiiicl Wintcx- Season
Are now entirely complete, we do not hesitate
to assert that tne lnuucemema jjic
sented far excel our pre
A cordial invitation Is extended to all to In
ARRAY OF NOVELTIES
Now on Exhibition.
LEWIS &. STRAUSS,
No. S7 Tlrst Street.
G. W. WALLING & SON, Proprietors
At Sinsheimcr's Music Store, Portland, Oregon,
f W. WALLING will attend to all business
T. connectod with the wmameue nursery
at Oswego, Oregon. .
G-7 U. W. WALU.1U & sun.
DISSOLUTION OF COl'AKTXEKSHir
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
nartnershln heretofore existing between E.
Cahalln and P.J. Goodman, under the name of
Cahalln fc Goodman, is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. 'Hie uusiness wm ue curneu
on in future in the name prt. Cahalln, who as
sumes all debts and liabilities of the late Arm
and to whom all accounts due said Arm are to
be paid. is. uahaIjIjn,
P. J. GOODMAN.
Portland, Ogn., September 8, 1876.
Boots ixlqL Slioes
To be sold for Cash at
GREATLY EEDUCED PIUCES
FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAXS
OPPOSITION BOOT AND SHOE STORE,
Corner First and Stark streets,J?ortland.
6-2 F CAIIAI.IN.
Employment Agency. 02 Fix
Portland, finds employment for all those ap
plying ior situations, in any capacity, i-aya
special attention to obtaining Farm Help,
House Servants, Railroad Hands, etc., lrre
SHERMAN & HYDE,
Corner ot Xlcarny anil Sutter Streets,
123 First Street, Corner Morrison,
Importers, Publishers, and Dealers In
SHEET IUUSIC, MUSIC BOOKS,
ThKo Rnnsrh Tnstmments have achieved a
success unparalleled in the history of Piano
They are remarkable for Great Volume,
Purity and Sweetness of Tone, and Durability.
S T A
The Most Desirable Instruments in the market
for church and parlor. OverlM.UOU now in use.
1U2TCT.ICTDBEB3 Or THE
Instruments Sold on Easy
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.
TTEADQUARTERS OF ALL THE LEADING
i Music Teachere and Bray's Quadrille Band,
rroressor Farrish, Prompter. Also, music ar
ranged lor brass and string bands. Instru
ments selected for persons wishing to purchase
Orders to be left with SHERMAN &. HYDE
corner First and Morrison streets.
Also, headquarters of the Northwestern Band
rarroit, ijeauer. 5-28
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE
of Oregon for the county of Multnomah.
1, u. uiampit, jfiaintiii, vs. p. A. Bean,
DelendanU To F. A. Bean, the above named
Defendant: In the name of the State of
Oregon, you are hereby reauired to appear and
answer the complaint filed against you In the
above entitled action within ten days lrom the
date of the service of this summons upon you
if served within this county.oril served In any
other county of this state, then within twenty
days lrom the date of the service of this sum
mons upon you, or in case service is made by
this publication, then you are so reauired to an
swer said complaint on or before the first day
of the next term of said court which shall
convene alter this notice shall have been pub-
iisneu once a weeK ior six consecutive weeKS,
to-wit : on the 12th day of February, 1877, and
if you fail so to answer, lor want thereof, the
Plaintiff will take Judgment against you for
smi in u. s. goiu coin, witn interest tnereon
in like coin, from the time of commencing tnis
cause at the rate of ten percent, per annum.
and forSI60"C8 in U. S. currency, and interest
mereonai ten percent per annum, irom tue
14th of April, 1874, and for costs and disburse
This sum mons is published bv order of Hon.
E. D. Shattuck, Judge, made on the loth day of
rioveuiuer, j. u., ioio.
UAl'ljfcS & J1ULKEY,
nl7 Attorneys Ior Plaintiff.
TN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE
JL of Oregon, for the county of Multnomah.
1. D. Clamplt and Adcolphia Clampit, Plain
tiffs, vs. Francis A. Bean, Defendant. To
Francis A. Bean, the above named Defend
ant: In the name of the State of Oregon
you are hereby required to appear and an
swer the complaint filed against you in the
above entitled action within ten days from the
uaie oi tne service oi tins summons upon you if
served wiinin tins county, or u servcu in anv
other county of this State, then within twenty
uuys irom me uuie oi me service oi mis sum
mons upon you, or In case service is made by
this publication, then you are so required to
answer said complaint on or before the first
day or tne next term or saia court, which
shall convene after this notice shall have been
published once a week for six consecutive
weeks, to-wit: on the 12th day of February, 1877,
and if you fatl so to answer, for want thereof,
the Plaintiff will take Judgment against you
for $216 44, with Interest at ten per cent, per an
num from the 29th of April, 1873, and for costs
This summons is published bv order of Hon.
E. D. Shattuck, Judge, made .on the loth of
iNOvemoer, a. u,, itwu,
CAPLES fc MULKEY,
nl7 Attorneys for Plaintiffs.
"WARNER'S HAIR PRODUCER.
The Only KcllaWe Itemed)-. Contains no
Foisons. No more use for Wigs,
SI flfl FORFEITURE FOR EVERY FAIL
1UU Ure If I do not produce a New Natural
Growth of Hair on any Polished Bald Head, at
any age, from any cause except Scalding. Cures
"DIseasedScalps, Itching and Dandruff." Pre
vents hair falling out in three to ten days.
Living evidence can do seen in I'oruana. Aa
dress or call at 50 Morrison street.
OFFICE OF THE SINGER
THE SINGER STILL TRIUMPHANT!
-r , j ,,,, No. Machines No. Machines Increase or De
Name of Company and Machine. sold In 1873. sold in 1871. crease.
The singer Manufacturing company. i!32,4 211,8711 Increase 9,234
Wheeler fc Wilson Manufacturing Company 119.190 92,827 Decrease 26,365
Howe Sewing Machine Company (estimated) 154,000 35,000 " 119,006
Domestic Sewing Machine Company 40,111 22,700 ' 17,414
Graver & Baker Sewing Machine Company 36,179 20,000 " 16J79
Weed " " " 21,769 20,495 " 1,274
Wilson " " " 21,247 17,525 " 3,72
Wilcox iGlbbs " " " 15.183 13,710 " 1,47
American B. H. " " " 14,182 13,529 " 65S
Florence " " " 8,960 5,517 " 3,443
Victor " " " 7,446 6,292 " 1,15
JEtna, J. E..Braunsdorf fc Co 30 LS6 " 1.21S
FLEISCHNEE, MAYER & CO.,
NOS. 43 AND 45 FRONT STREET,
mporters and Wholesale Dealers.
TITR. MAYER HAS MADE VERY EXTEN-
i.TJ slve purchases of a lull line of
Direct from the Manufacturers and Importers
in New York. Our Stock will consist ol the
latest Btyles and shades of
3t?oatliers and Plumes,
Ribbons, Plain, Gros Grain and Fancy,
Silks, Velvets, etc., etc.,
To which we Invite the attention of the Milli
ner Trade or Oregon and Washington Terri
tory. 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.
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE!
On account of Removal, PISHEL &
ROBERTS, cor. "Washington and Pirst
Sts., will sell their Entire Stock of Pine
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS
8WF.E1'ING 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.
XEIJIETEK & UTTER,
Fashionable Merchant Tailors
JUST RECEIVED AND OPENING A COM
plete stock of the latest styles ot
Fashionable Men's and Boys' Hats,
No old Stock, but the best New Goods that
could be bought in the Eastern market.
SI FIRST ST., BETWEEN PINE AND ASH.
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 ,51. U., of New
ZELL'S ENCLYCLOPEDIA AND UNIVER
FUN BETTER THAN PHYSIC; by thesam
PERILS OF EARLY LIFE; by Geo. L. Steb
bins. M. D.
WHAT OF THE CHURCHES AND
CLERGY 1 And several other valuable works.
A few lady canvassers will find profitable
J. W. STRONG, General Agent,
No. 141, Front street;
5-3S Portland, Oregon.
JAMES O'CONXOR & BR0.,
Cor. Fourth and E streeis, Portland, Ogn.,
TJESPECl FULLY INFORM THE PUBLIC
mat mey Keep constantly on band a lull
MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
BSB-Orders delivered to all parts of the city
irtre ui cuarge. 0-5
TTAS JUST RECEIVED FROM PARIS A
JUL Great Variety or
Patterns for Fall and Winter Wear.
Ladles are respectfully invited to call and
see ior tnemseives.
STASK ST., BET. FOURTH AND FIFTH.
6 Two Apprentices wanted. 3
J. 3T. DOLPH.
DOLPII, DKOSADOn, OOLPH & S1110.
ODD FELLOWS TEMPLE, PORTLAND.
Bed Comforts, &&
S3 00. 3 50,
each, for sale by
107 Third street.
Third Street, Portland, May 27, 1S7S.
PROTECT YOUR BUILDINGS,
Which may be done with one-fourth the usual
expense, oy using our
PATENT SLATE PAINT,
MIXED READY FOR USE.
Firc-proof, Water-proof, Durable, Eco
nomical, and Ornamental.
A roof may be covered with a very cheap
shingle, and by application of this slate be
made to last from 20 to 25 years. Old roofs can
be patched and coated, looking much bettej-,
and lasting longer than new shingles without
the slate, for
One-third the Cost of Rcshingling-.
The expense of slating new shingles Is only
about the cost of simply laying them. The
paint Is fire-proof against sparks or flying
embers, as may be easily tested by 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 8heathin;
Felt can be made water-tight at a small ex
pense, and preserved for many years.
This Slate Paint Is
Two gallons will cover a hundred square feet
of shingle roof, while on tin, iron, felt, matched
boards, or any smooth surface, from two
quarts to one gallon are required to one hund
red square feet of surface, and although the
Paint has a heavy body, it Is easily applied
with a brush.
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 roof that
win last ior years, curled or warped shin
gles it brings to their places, and keeps them
there. It fills np alh holes in Felt roofs, stops
the leaks and although a slow dryer, rain
does not aflect It a few hours after anDlvmsr.
As nearly all paints that are black contain
f ar, be sure you obtain ouroENUlNE article,
which (for shingle roofs) Is
When flrstapplled, changing in about a month
to a uniform slate color, and is to all Intents
and purposcs.SLATE. On
Our red color Is usually preferred, as one coat
Is equal to five of any ordinary paint. For
Our bright red is the only reliable Slnte Paint
ever introduced that will effectually prevent
dampness from penetrating nnd discoloring
These paints are also largely used on out
houses and fences, or as a priming coat on fine
Our only colors are Chocolate, Red, Bright
Red, and Oranuk.
NEW YORK CASH PRICE LIST.
5 Oallons. can and box S3 SO
IB " kee n SO
20 " half barrel 16 00
40 " one barrel-...-.... . S0 00
We have in stock, of our own manufacture.
roofing materials, etc., at the following low
i.uuu rous extra nuouer iioonne at 3 cents per
square foot. Or we will furnish Rubber Roof
ing, Nails, Caps, and Slate Paint for an entire
new rooi at cents per square foot.
zmu rons 2-piy rarrea Jtoonng elt. at m
cents per square foot.
a.uuu rons 3-piy Tarred Rooting Felt, at IV.
cents per square foot.
L-uu rons Tarred sneathlnsr. is cent ner souare
5.000 gallons fine Enamel Pa4nt. mixed readv
for use, on inside or outside work, at $2 00 per
Sena lor sample card of colors. All orders
must be accompanied with the money or satis
factory city relerences. No goodsshipped C. O.
D. unless express charges are guaranteed.
sample oruers sonciteu.
N. Y. SLATE PAINT COMPANY.
G-l 102 101 Maiden Lane, New York.
NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE
First street, between Morrison and Alder
Alder street, between Front and First,
H. M. DeFRANCE-....
W. L. WHITE..-
AN INSTITUTION OF BUSINESS TRAIN
ing.deslgned.ln a combination of Theoret
ical, and Practical Methods of Instruction, to
impart in a short snace of time that knowledge
of Business Theory and actual Business Rou
tine which requires years of experience to oth
TELEGRAPHY taught under the superin
tendence of an Experienced Teacher and Prac
tical Onerntnr. PHOMnflRAPTIV nnrter thn
superlntendence'of a Practical Short-hand Re
Ladies' Department now organized, and lady
students now in attendance.
For full Dartlculars. send for N. B. Collese
Address DeFRANCE & WHITE,
0-7 Lock Box 104, Portland, Oregon.
LIVERY, HACK AND FEED STABLES
Corner Second and Taylor Streets.
Reasonable Charges for Hire. Particular A
tentlon paid to Boarding Horses.
Orders lor Hacks Promptly Attended to, Day
0B" Orders may be leit at the Stables, or at
the store of Fishel &. Roberts. 5-36
C. M. WDBERG,
105 Front Street, Portland,
HAS JUST RECEIVED A LARGE LOT OF
the Latest Styles of
Such as Men's Centennial and Broadway Ties,
Ladies' 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, 1S76, will be sold at 20 per cent, below cost.
J. McCRAKEN & CO.,
SHIPPING AND 'COMMISSION MERCHANTS
50,52,51 &. 58 North FrontSt.PorUand.Or.,
AGENTS FOR GILROY'S DUNDEE BAGS
and Bagging ; McMurray and W. K. Lewis
& Bros.' Case Goods; Oswego Kingsford Starch;
Hunnewell's Spices, Cream Tartar and Crys
talline Oil ; Gross & Co.'s and Emory's Sons'
Candles; Salem Lead Co.'s White Lead. Also,
for the following Flouring Mills : Magnolia,
Standard, Lebanon, Aumsvllle and Mission.
N. B. Special attention paid to Ship's busi
ness and purchasing Cargoes of Wheat and
Flour. 4 59