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O. W. C. T.-W. II. Dnnbar. SlUerton.
S" .J.' i? Eoa1 Mr 8- U.McC1uib, KuRcno City.
f, w. V. T. Joanna Ly!o. l)alla.
G. Sec'y T. II. Crawford, Portland.
G. A. Sic'y 1. fatit.nns, Jlonroo
O. Trea'.Emim Kelliyj,', l'onhnd.
O. Chip. Her. J. 11. N. Bell, Ae hUad.
G. Mar J. W. Strange. Jtoseburi;.
G. I). Mar. Annie E. Underwood. Cottacte Gjwc.
G. Guard Mary Cnrtn right. The Dalles.
G. Sen. T.F. Barton, Amity.
. Mep. A -A. Leonard. Silverton.
P. O. W. C. T. Tilmon Ford, Salem.
Snpt. Juvenile Tt-mplars Jlrs. M. IS. Uoxter, For
State Deputy G. IV. C. Xs.
Col. T. It. Cann, Salem.
Hoy. J. 11. N. Bell, AEhiand.
Wm. ItnMell, Weston.
Capt. O. C. Apple?atc. LinklIIe.
It. II. Allen, llalsey.
T. II. Handlcy, Hlllsboro.
Aea Shreve, llallae.
n, V. (Jrnbhe, Wilbur.
James II. Krus,li, Kait Tortland.
Wm. Grant, Lebanon.
Kev. J. W. Millar, Dallas
Dr. J. W. Watts, Lifajette..
I?ev. R. W. Dixon, Can) on 111c.
Rev. J. S McCain, Eugene.
Wm. Harmon, TheDilles.
Wm. D. Carter, corcallis.
W. b. James Portland
L. J, House, Summervllle.
II I'. lump. Independence.
W. S. McJIecn, Canjon City.
Tcter Paqnet, Oregon City.
T. II. Crawford, Portland.
P. It. For, Astoria.
I Hurt, Crcswell.
J. E. Houston. Junction.
Rev. II. C. Jcnkliu, Monroe.
C. II. Walker, Astrrla.
H. N. McKlnncy, Baker City.
Le I Leland, Oregon CUy.
District Deputy O. W.C. T'.
W. T. Riches, Tumor.
W. II. O'Donald, Portland.
J S. Csckelrease, Roseburff.
Hon James Ilenderthott, Union.
II. W. Lake, Kai-le Creek.
13. E. Fannin;. HUUboru,
Jamc Cofley, Salmi.
Jamts Erwin, Fort Klamath.
Hon. J. A. I'raett. Pendleton.
D. A. Whitney, Atorla.
iieoi,re Grimes, Tangent.
A. J. Eai low. Cartn right's.
Mrs. Anna W. Spencer, Gardner.
Xante. Lodge Deputy. .UlJitfs.
Ko'ebiirs, V Coates Ho" eij'irg
UiceMor WII Carter Conallls
.Wusttinbtai LNLipL-ott Albany
.Capital Geo A lidcs Salem
.Jlnltnimnh John II Garrison Portland
Wlllametto 1 Panuet Oregon City
.Hill.boro SII llnmnhrev HIlWioio
.La Creole Jennie UcNcil Dallas
.Lr.fincttu Geo II Dorrls Lafaicttu
.Mher K C Ilamby Slhertou
Rosa EmllyM Vandencrt.... Salem
.Astoria I'll Fox Astoria
Morning Star EG Heath Iiueaa Vista
Marion 8 Hatch Hnbhird
.Mllwauklo John Packer E. Portlard
Fenntain James Powell K.Portland
Knst Portland JM Claggctt E. Portland
Vnl Fontls JK PCaItt Zenj
John Day At V Thompson,. . Canyon City
.Konpartil Mrs S TWSteains... Portland
.Lone Star G G Foster Clackamas
.Ultra Mont.ino....Wm GUmberge...Baktr City
.Marshal Lncmn JE (.rets Pendleton
lount Zion J W Palmatecr Aou
Brooklyn J HRced E. Portland
incrnun Aiocn itinuer cneriaan
Damascus Martha J Earl Damascus
Forest Qnne P G Buford ForestGroe
Academy OllieLMcek Hi 1-bovo
SprlngBeld PA Kennedy Springfield
Blue Mountain... .W S Burk'ev La Grande
Vallev Ebencer llais llalsey
Weston , MM Johns Weston
Dclatan it 1 Johnson Junction
Harmon 5Vn Mlcholl ThoDalles
.Union WG Porter Turner
.The Cove HFMcDaniels Th Comj
.PSrenlx JWNnrWlle Snmmenllle
.Elktou WW Wells Elkton
.Laurel P P Palmer Scottsbnrg
.Paclttc w v uitncart..i;oitagourove
.Mammoth J T Frakes Weston
.Mount Pleatant...John Petty Crcswell
.Foil Creek G 41 Neet Dexter
.Grand Prilrie BFBond Ir!ng
.Ashland A.DIIelman Ashland
.KHmath riud Ellerman,. Fort Klamath
.Lablh WD Clarj;ett bulcm
.Pden Mrs II L) Jones Phcenlx
,Ind"psndent D PPorter Shcdd's
.Taucrct.t B inner. . . J J Beard Tanccnt
Portland T M Freeman Portlind
.North Yamhill.... Mary D I. ...North Yamhill
.Giston llcnrvMcLeod Gaston
.BrUteepoit GB RiitE Dallas
.Northern Star J W Cooke McMlnmllle
.Ochoco OW Bunes Prinevllle
Revival James rinnfgau..I'ratrlo City
.Lcland Robert KaMn Union
.GoMien II A Dlllard Goshen
.l.ako James Tobln Llnklllo
.Canjon GW Catcbli g....C'anonvll!o
.Mjrlla JM Smith JlyrtfeCieck
.Harrl'bnrg J L Fuller Ilarrlsbnrg
.YoncJlIi N A Amorose Yoncal a
.Maishileld F W A Craln Maishlleld
Onward J W Propt Albany
.Pass Creek Louisa liiniey uraius
.Calapoola J A Mocns Oakland
.1 ebanon S II Clanzhton Lebanon
.t-weet Home Charles Craft Sweet Il'inv)
.Eaglo Creek John vancurtn...ttagie reeK
.Alia u uuuam i jiiu ibw(;i
.Diligence II AHerren Heppner
.Milton Jas E Klrkland Milton
Daj's Creek I W Wool I'anyomlllo
Cow Creek JB Rlddlo "
Ablqna wm ucos einenon
Crawforisvlll o ...Robert Glass. .Ciawfordsville
Kclectlc O A Tlbhetts....iu20ne City
.roclavllli! James Miller Sodavlllo
Brownsville T Itowland Brownsville
Center C W Richardson.. "
. Mohaw k C 1) Hardlsty Mohaw k
.S-KnciT Creek. ...JAIIodcen ....spencerC'icea:
.Monroe I.J Marr Monroe
. Woodburn B S Bonney Woodharn
.Crjstal 111! WHinot Beavcrton
.Amitv M UBrowi Amity
.Green Mountain ..Wm. Russell Cartwright's
.Peoria H A McCartney Peoria
West Union Ed C Fanning.. ..West Union
Triumph II Williams Independence
Gertals J S Pcrdom Oenais
.Tublo Rock a Mor'l.ou Ham's Valley
Upper Astoria.. ..Thos Daly.... Upptr Astoria
Carlton .... Sumner Carr Carlton
Bethel G L Neale Bethel
Paradise 3m'.n;i,.Lcwis Rosenthal. .E. Portland
Mill Creaif John Chandler E'khorn
Lake Creek ....Irene Willlatus llalsey
Centennial J B Grubbe Wilbur
Coles Valley E T Woodrufi"....Cols' Valley
Clement Yocoia Bellevne
Rogno River Henrv White Rock Point
Cornelius Win. Garwood Cornelius
Ocean G RBIackwell Gardner
Mllllcoma Mary It Smith MarrhHeld
Ilomewoud Ed U Bunnell buumer
T. II. CRAWFORD, C. f.
. Correspondence from Bro. Dnnbar.
Gaudneb, Oct. 18, 1870.
Ed. FAnsiEn: I bai'o delivered three pub
i. lectures lrere since my arrival, and to
nig t organized Gardner Lodso I.O.G.T.,
with .entyeislitcuartcr appilcints.
TUo officers aro as follows: 11. A. Davis,
W.C.T.; Alice Nicholson, U II .8 ; Llzz'e U.
Emerson, L.H.S.J Benj. Dolaunay, W.S.;
Georso Johr.tou, A.S.; Anna Spene-er, F. S.;
t,. II. numnielluiMW.T.; C'jpt. Ilo'oort
Chapman, W.C.; Dwlsht Reol, W.M.;
Alice Keed, D.M.; DUna Jones, I.Q.j Geo.
This plaoo U located on tho north bank of
tho Umpqaa river, obout Iwenty'wlles be
lov the old tov,n oi fSocttsburp, and two
mllM below tho mouth of SniithM tlvor,
which Ja tho principal tributary of tho Ump
dua. The bus!ce&; of the pwplo l that of
luinboring aud ship-building. Tho two
large steam saw mills are each turning out
about twenty-live thousand foet or fine lum
ber daily, tho logs for which are obtained
from the Coast mountains, which, inthisj-e-glon,
are covered with ltnmonso forests of llr
and spruce. The lumbor is shipped to San
Francisco, where a ready sale is found.
Tho new schooner being built for Emerson
will be launched on the 20th inst.
A great deal of travel for Coos Biy now
comes this way, leaving the railroad at
Drain's Station, coming over tho new road
down Elk to Scottsburg where boats are tak
en for Winchester Bay, at tho.mouth of tho
river. At the latter named placo will be
found Wes. Reed, ready to con vey you down
the beach to Empire city. Tho distance is
shorter und road bettor than by the way of
I delivered a public looture to the citizens
Scott-sburg on tho 14th inst. The Lodge at
that place, although a small one, is one of
the most determined in the State. Bro. P.P.
Palmer, O. Butter, and Sister Isabol OuzolT,
are among its most active members.
Sinco writing you last I have appointed
Bto. A. J. Barlow a District Deputy for Lino
county, and Anna W. Spencer for tho
Gardner District. W. R. Dunbar.
MAnsiiriCLD, Oat. 22, 1S78.
On the morning of the 10th inst., I catno
down to Winchester Bay in a small boat, and
stopped over with the excellent family of J.
W. Reed. On (he morning of thoSOth, Mr.
Reod hitched up his team and drove me
down along tho beach (1 flno road) to Coos
Bay, from whence, by water craft, I mado
my way to this placo . Mr. Reed Is a very
accomodating goutleman, and travelers will
find it to their adyautago to patronize him.
On last evening wo hold a public temper
ance meeting in Lobree's hall, which, not
withstanding the heavy rain storut3 prevail
ing, was largely attended. The meoting was
called to order, aud tho exercises were opoa
ed with prayer by Rsv. L. M. Nickorsou, of
Salom, the Presiding Elder of this District.
Alter tho public meeting was over, a
special meeting of the Lodgo was held, aud
I was agreeably surprised at finding this oiio
of tho most interesting Lodges I ever visited.
Its membership is large and it is doing a
good work in the community.
F. W. A. Crain is their present very excel
lent L.D.; Sister Ilacher, W.V. T.j Sister
Rutner, W.S.; Sister Tupper, W.T.; Frank
Lang, W. F.S.; G. H. Blake, W.M.j Sister
Barbour, W.D.M.; Sister McKnlght, W.I.G.
Among other active members I deslro to
mention the names of Sisters Caufield, Hall,
Sarah Dunbar, Bessio Dunbar, Brothers
Fuller, Hall, Bronsou, Cole and Tupper.
There are many others but I liavo not space
for their names in this article. These good
Brothers and Sisters over hero nro working
nobly for our cause
Now, Good Templars, a word with you all
In conclusion: Let overy member of the
Order more earnestly labor for the cause and
make this season ono of prosperity for the
Order and triumph lor tho cause.
Deputies are especially expected to soon
arrange lor official visits to neighboring
Lodges and to exhort memberu to ;i more
valiant warfare against the gin sinks and
gambling hells of our country, A number
of State and District Deputies have already
dono n noble vork, iu their line, for tho Or
der. A thousand honors on thoir worthy
heads. Brothers and Sisters, thero is work
for us all tc do; work that wo will be blessed
in doing. Let us thou entor into tho field
and do our duty by using our ellorts and the
instrumentalities nllbrded by our Order to
" leclalm the fallen, and to save others from
tailing." In F. H. & C,
Coos Rivf.k, Oct. 21, 1870.
I liavo this evening organized a Lodge of
Good Templars here with twenly-nino char
ter applicants'. The officers are as follows:
J. J. KlluUonboard, C.T.j Eltna Cutllp.R.H.
S.j Carrio Wilson, L.H.S.; Phlura Kllnken
beard, V.T.j A. M. Collvor, W.S.; Ellen
Smith, W.A.S.) Dora Landrith, W.F.S ; I
N. Wilson, W.T.; Sarah Beavon, W.C.; J.T.
Collver, W.M.j Florence D. Smith, W.D.M.:
Sarah D. Collver, W.I.G. ; L. C. Landritb,
W.O.G.; E. W. Stewart, P.W.C.T., aud Mary
R, Smith, Lodge Deputy.
J. J. Wlhon aud family (formerly from
Polk county) aro all members of Ibo Lodce.
Still the good work goes ou j Brothers and
Sisters, now companies of tompornnre war-rlor.-j,aro
wheeling into line and their mem
bers aro grasping with firmer hold their
weapons of warfar and going into tho cam
puijn against the gin fclnks and gambling
hells of our country with a determination to
"win the day or die."
Gaudneh, Oct. 2fi, IS70.
(;n last evening, asMfaled by Bro. L. D.
Smith, of Mllllcoma Lodge, I organized a
Lodge of Good Templars at Sumner, with
olgbtren charter mnmhers.
The officers are as follows: Joseph Ander
win,C.T.; Martha Henderson. It. II. 3 ; Mary
Sherwood. L U.S.; Ida L. Bunnell, V.T.;
Hattlo A. Shorrard, S.: OUio F. Ctle. A.H.:
L. A. Luughnrn, F.S.; Sarah J. Hendrkke,
T.; Joseph Noah, C; Lincoln Hherrard, M.:
Georue Haly, I.G.; Ifiaac Ilrlgraan, O.G. ;
II. K. Castle, P.W.C.T.; Ed. O. Bunnell,
Coos county Is coming up to too tempor.
auco work right nobly.
W. U. DUNUAIt.
Elkhoii.v, Polk Co., Oa.'JS, 187(1.
En. r..UMi:n: Tho following o(Jici'-( were
chospn by Mill Creek LoJge, No. 270, 1.O.G.
T , at the lasv com ting, for the term begin
nlugNov. Ki: E. Dpft w.G'.T.: MlfsJ. J.
DavN, V.T.j Wm.M.Cnandlr-r.S.j Go?. W.
DykMra.F.S.j MlssM. A. DykstM.T.: Etta
Chandler, C: Avnry Hlnshaw, M.j Milton
Vanhorn, I.G.j TilghmAU Hinsbaw, O.G.
Tnihteos: K, Dspow, (i, W. Dykstra, J. J.
Davis. Win. M. Ciiandlkii, Sec.
Mr. J. W. Queens r has lakon the contract
for turning tho S.nUatn Into lit old bed and
Hon. George R. Helm died at Albany, on
5m:dy, Oct. 23.h, agoa 31 yojrs.
Address to Good Templars.
OFFICE OF G.W.C.T. OF I.O.G.T., 1
SlLVEBTO!, Oct. 10, 1870. J
Brothers and Sisters: Rev. J. It. N.
Bell, Col. T. U. Cann, Wm. Russoll, (of
n9Hin; miu. j. j. Appiegate, is. u. Alien,
T.B. Handiey, Asa Shreve, II. V. Grubbe,
James H. Frusb, Wm. Grant. Rev. J. W.
Miller, Dr. J. W. Watts, Rsv. E. W. Dixon,
Rey. J. S. McCain, Wm. Harmon, Wm. B.
Carter, W. S. James, Prof. L. J. Rouse, Rev.
H.C. Jenkins, B. F. Ramp, W. S. McMeon,
Hon. Peter Paquet, Prof. T. H. Crawford, P.
H. Fox, Isaiah Hurt, J. E. Houston, H. N.
McKlnney, and O. H. Walker have been ap
pointed regular State Deputies for the State
of Orocon and you are earnestlv exhortnd tn
aid them in establishing and strengthening
me urunr in our state.
I have appointed other specls.1 Deputies as
follows: J. W. Hobart, J. C.Cooper aud
District Deputies have been commissioned
as follows: W.T. Riches, W. H. O'Donald,
J. S. Cockelrease, Hon. James Hendershott,
H. W. Lake, Hon. E. E. Fanning, James
Coffey, James Erwin. Hon, J. A. Pruett, D.
A. Whitney, George Grimos, M . Fuller, and
A. J. Barlow.
It is the ospecial duty of tho above named
iiroinors to exert tnemselves lu the good
work of building up old and organizing now
Lodges in thoir lespectlve jurisdictions. A
broad field of labor is boforo us, and there Is
work for us all to do, work that we will be
blessed In doing. The season for active
operations is at hand. Who will be the first
to report with a new Lodge organized.
Let every State District and Lodge Deputy
and every officer and member of our Subor
dinate Lodges feel that thero is an especial
duty devolving upon them at this llmoand
may they work as they have nover done
Iu conclusion permit me to say to all:
Letusbucklo on our armor and ronewour
plodges of hostility to the traffic that Is fill,
lng our laud with woe, with sorrow, and
with crime. Let us listen to the wail of
anguish that is borne upon every bree?o
from drunkards' wives aud children aye,
to tho ory of the drunkard himself for help,
for relief from the galling chains of Intem
perance fastened upon htm by social custom.
Let us respond to the pleadings of humanity
and go forth with all our power to build up
our Heavou-sent Order the beacon star to
our poor unfortunate brothers now beimr
tossed about upon tho turbulent waves of
We must cease our idling. Wo must more
thoroughly unite our forces and with strong
hands and firm unwavering purposes attack
tho fortress of the enemy and batter down
the walls if we ourselves would bo safe.
If wo, the professed friends of temperance
do our duty as wo know it, whether cur eyes
shall behold the reward of our labors,
whether our ears shall hear the glad songs
of deliverance or not, are mattors which we
may not be fully able to control; but if we
do our duty the next generation will bo able
to free the land from this dire curse. "Let
our chief care be that when wo fall that wo
fall with our armor on."
"Oh that we may all bo faithful In this
enlorprlse and that of the blood of the
drunkard our skirts maybe clear."
W. R. Dunbar, G. W. C. T.
Stoves and Tinware. Mr. B. Strang,
well known as In tho snmo business for
many years, announces that he has again
opened business in this city as dealer iu all
sorts of stoves, kitchen, ranges, &o., and
manufacturer of tin, sheet-iron and copper
ware. He will be fonnd In Union Block,
Information WANTr.n-Of a man namod
Compacker, who has lately been living
in Yamhill Co., between Bethel and Amity,
and has been missing since the week of the
Fair was last seen in Salem: where he sold
a horse to Mr. Alderman. His family, (wlfo
aim six cmiuren) are in destitute circum
stances. His wife feara he has been foully
dealt with. Hn came to this part of the vnl
lev last August from Eastern Orenon. Any
Information concerning him may bo sent to
S. Bobbins, Bethel.
San Francisco, Oct 31, John II. Lick, by
his attorneys, McAllister and Bergln, to-day
filed in the probate court his petition to be
appointed administrator of the ostatoof his
father, tho late James Lick, setting forth that
ho Is the only ton and fcolo heir of deceased.
Fresno, Oct. 28. Chas. McDonald, who
has been herding sheep for Dewry it Co.,
some thirty miles from here, was bitten by a
rattlesnake lant eyeningand died this morn
ing from tho effect of tho blto.
Iron Iu tho Blood.
Tho Peruvian Syrup vitalize" and onrichos tho
b!ood,tones up tho si stem, builds up tho l-roketidow n,
enros Dyspcpfla, Debility, Drnpsv, Chills and Peer,
Chronic Dlarrhu-n. Nervous Atlecllons, Bolls, Humors,
Diabetes, etc. Thousands hae beenchanued by the
use of this remedy from weak, sickly, sutlerliiR crea
tures, to stronir, healthy, and happy men and noman;
and invalids cannot reasonably hesitate to clvo It a
A Si page pamphlet, containing a history of the Po
mvlan Svnip.n valuable papirou progress In raedlial
sclenco, n tr;attsoou Iron as a medical agent, testi
monials from distinguished physicians, clergymen aril
others, will bu sent tree to any addres, both W.
Fowlo & Sons, Proprietors. VA Harrison Ae., Boston.
Sold by all druggists generally.
Prom It. Follow. HI". I)., or Hill, IV, II.
Althonhh I hac generally a greit objection to pat
ent medicines, I can but say In Justice to Dr. WIsUr'tf
Balsam of Wild Clieiry tint It Is ft remedy of suiierlor
alue for Pulmonary Diseases.
I have made use of this preparation for years, and
It has proved to ba very reliable and t-tllcaclhiii In the
treitmcnt of severe and longstanding Coughs, I
know of ouo patient, cow In ciimrortatile health, who
has taken this remedy, and ho but for Its use. I rou
slder, would not now helMng. R. Peli.hu ,M.D.
400 Cnlliornln St., Sun JFranclNCo
Assots, - - $568,647.46
Incomo, 1875, - $465,904 29
ZiOeaos paid out uinco organlza-
tios, - - $1,137,367.50
J. V. 1I0UOIITO.V. Pre.ldenl,
)KO. 11. IIOWAIiD. Vice President,
CIHHI.KS It. MOItY. Hecretary.
II. II. UHJIXOW. Ocueral Manager.
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WE IIAVB ON HAND, AND ABE RECEIVING. THE LARGEST 8T0CK OV THE ABOVE CELE
bratedl'iows ttr imported to tho Paclilc coat. The success of these Plows last car exceeded any
thla" ccr before known In thl Sls'n. Thoo now on hand nro mado with new and special Impro ements.
Warranted Superior to any flow lu the United StntcN!
THE GARDEN CITY SULKY PLOW,
Cutting 14 nnd 1G Inches, with 3-horte Attachment, and IG-lncu.
rolling Cutter, Is without a rival. It lias been so thoroughly tested that wo warrant
its operation in nny soil in the State. These Plows nro soltl with that guaranty.
EST Sond for Circulars anil Trlco Lists.-Oj
SOHUTTLER WAGONS, Ml Sizes,
Seeders and Cultivators,
OULTIVATOKS AND HARROWS.
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v lniiVs Ix lASLTKif
C;iiim i .-'-
SALEM, Sept. 2S, XStti.
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RUBBER FAINT is oomposed of the purest and
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bined with a large proportion of India Rubber, are chemically uni
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durable, elastic, a beautiful paint, which become
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The Rubber Paint is not affected by changes of temperature, in
impervious to water, is adapted to all classes of work, and is, IN
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than any other paint known, and yfi last twice as long,
For Wagon., Agricultural Implements, Steamers, Hoats, and Vessels, it Fas NO
equal. &" 1'artlcular attention is called to the following testimonials of the
thousands received :
To JOHN HUGIIKS, JCstj., (At'ont for (ho Rubber Paint,) Salom :
In reply to your note, asking my opinion of tho itubbor Piiint, I will say
thnt after usltitf over ono hundred una twonty-flvo gallons, unilor varioua clr
viiiiiHtiiiicos on rivi: niFri:ur..vr nousia, and also on Plekot Foiiwh, I Hud it
all thnt you represented It to bo when I purchased It of you, and MOHK In soma
respects, tin its covering fluidities, cafeo of application, and beautiful hard llnish,
prove It oven superior to what you claimed for It.
Very respectfully, your, Signed W. C. UIUSWOLI),
Lessee of Wlllametto Woolen Mills, ami Proprietor of
Halom Agricultural Works.
Tho Itubber Paint gives yowl halhjactton.
HiKiKNi: Citv, Nov. 20, 18".".
I have great faith In It.
.1. P. (JILL.
Examination Is Invited to tho houses, among others, (In' Portland,) of Hon.
Win. Htrong, unci Ohm. Hodge, Ks., painted with tho Itubbor Paint, whlcli
present its frch nit appearance after exposure to both extreme of heat and cold
its when first implied.
SanileH of tho different Mimics on wootl can bo seen, and Information obtain
ed, by calling upon tho Agents,
JOHN nUOESH, Oalom,
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