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THE NEW NOBTHWEST, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1881.
PORTLAND. OREGON. THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1831.
- LOCAL EPITOME.
Madison street is to be extended across Tanner's
Dr. Paul M. Brenan lias returned from a short
visit to San Francisco.
FiveSistersof Charity arrived on Monday even
ing by the steamer Columbia.
Woods, 14!) First street, has the finest lot of
.straw hats ever in this market.
The People's Transportation Company's new
steamboat Washington is now on the Portland
Owinj; to the superior finish and excellencebf
work, Abell stands preeminent as a photographer.
Give him a call.
Third street, from Taylor to Washinfiton, is to
toe macadamized. The thoroughfare will then be
the finest in the city.
The Branch Land League's meeting in Bed
Men's Hall on Sunday last was attended by an
unusually large crowd.
On Sunday, the Telegram base-ball nine of this
.city was beaten by the Willamettes of East Port
land, the score being 5 to 30.
Hon. J. N. Dolph is erecting an elegant resi
dence on the TjIook bounded by Jefterson and Co
lumbia and Fifth and Sixth streets.
The youiur wife and mother sufterinc from weak
-nesses and irregularities can find nothing equal to
Pf tinder's Oregon Blood Purifier to strengthen her.
The law card of O. P. Mason, Esq., will be found
under "rsewThis Week." All legal business en
trusted to him will receive prompt and careful at
Judge Sawyer has affirmed Judge Deady's decis
ion In the bridge case, and the Willamette will
not be spanned until permission is obtained of
A man named John F. Woods has been sent
from Columbia county to the penitentiary for a
term of three years, to expiate the horrible crime
The Standard claims that the black particles
found so profusely with gold in Oregon are noth
ing olse than iridium, which is more valuable
than gold itself.
Throush trips by rail are now being made be
tween Walla Walla and The Dalles. Passengers
from the former place can now reach Portland in
On last Friday evening, a boy baby was left on
tne steps or the residence of Mr. and Mrs. W. 1'.
Jones, No. SOS Sixth street. Neither its father
nor Its mother is known.
Last Sunday evening, the South Portland Mis
sion Sunday School formally occupied the build
ing which has been prepared Tor it. Rev. T. L.
Eliot delivered an addreps.
Congressman M. C. George is back from Wash
ington Citv, and looks hale and happy, though ho
man: but tne uerman nubitc. on account oi ihb
age, generally condemn the assault, as the assail
ant is a young and powerful athlete.
Henrv Henrichsen lias been placed under $2000
bonds to await the Grand Jury's action on charges
of larceny and burglary. He was formerly in the
employ of Henrichsen x ureenuerg, jewelers, ana
. . . i. 1 Al. A 1.
has ior a long unm ueen a puierer ui uieir uauiu
lishment, having a key to the Front door.
Kerron & Macbeth have remodeled their larce
store at the corner of Second and Yamhill streets,
adding a wholesale department up stairs, and a
complete and separate grocery store in the rear,
on Yamhill street. They are now fully prepared
for either wholesale or retail business in the gen
eral merchandising line.
The Common Council has at last admitted
Couch Engine Company No. G to the Fire Depart
ment, ordering that No. 2's small steamer be
given to the new company. The Committee on
Fire and Water will soon advertise for proposals
for a building lot on North Thirteenth street and
for the erection of an engine house thereon.
A large and beautiful stock of the latest designs
of jewelry in ear-rings, shawl-pins, scarf-pins,
etc., was received on tne last steamer by Mr. .7.
Van Buerden, the well-known jeweler at No.
107 First street. He also has a fine invoice of the
latest patterns of diamond mountings. Hn goods
are all first-class, and his statements can be relied
It is well to keep the public mind well stored
with a knowledge of the fact that a noisy, hard
running, complicated, unreliable sewing machine
is the worst mischief-producing instrument that
can be introduced into a family. After a trial of.
sixteen years, the New Domestic stands without a
rival, 'fry it. uNo cure, no pay." E. F. Heroy,
agent, 225 Second street.
Miss Carrie B., only daughter of Mrs. Walter
Mollett, died on Tuesday morning, aged 15 year,
0 months and 9 days. The funeral will take place
to-morrow (Fridav) afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from
the family residence, corner Seventh and Salmon,
streets. In her gnt and inconsolable grier, the
mother is sustained by the sympathy and kind
ness of relatives aud friends.
Mr. J. W. Bailov has removed from No. 47 to
Nos.S3 and 85 Yamhill street, between Fourth and
Fiftli, or two blocks west of his old location. No
finer staple an1 fancy groceries can be found in
the city than at his new, neat and commodious
establishment. His prices are the very lowest, as
he sells for cash. All orders promptly attended
to, and goods delivered to all parts of this city.
Messrs. Olds & Summers, who have made so
mnnv friends since their opening in their present
narrow place of business, have secured the room
vacated by the Fanners' and Mechanic' Store,
and will thoroughly refit it and be in good shnp
in their new quarters by May 1st. Thoy will
carry an increased stock of crockery and all goods
in their line, and be better enabled, if possible, to
give satisfaction to theirpatrons than ever before.
It is always a pleasure to note tho success of any
of our home firms, especially when .said success is
the result of enterprise aim ini;"..:!eu wun
fair dealing. Tlx- JrnierV nI Mechanic-' Store,
the pioiH"- no-pricc lenlers, have been com
nolle' their largely increased trade to vacate
L.elr old room fr more commodious nuarttrs,
XEW THIN WEKK.
1 . 1 1 4 1 1! 1 ! t" 1 1
Id somewnat annoyeu ny uiu ixjiimuiump who anui;, ir.,i :,. i. I.,-.,,. i, ...... . .. .. t.:t3.
...... ....... .. at No. JS4 FlrA street, nearly opjmslte their old
Foy, Harmon &. Co., of New Haven, V2, stand, which a filled with a more extensive stock
have an announcement this week in f than they nave heretofore carried. Everyone
jnaunm ruy s imjmiveu eorsui, i ' should cull aim inspect the new store and new
wnicn snouiu oe reau uy an vrumcu.
General Joseph Lane died on Tuesday evening
at his home near Ro-eburg, in the 80th year of his
age. Many a citizen of Oregon will drop a tear to
-the memory of the brave and honorable old soldier.
The Orcqonian gives an account of a case of
supposed body-snatching. It seem that a corpse
was conveyed to the medical college on Tuesday
ovening, but it is not known whore, it was b
iainsd. About two thousand men, including tiiose who
are clearing the route of timber, are now em
ployed in construction of the line of the O. R. fc
N. "Co's railroad between Tlie Cascades and The
The Supreme Court hat affirmed Judge Stott's
decision in the case of the Oregon iian Rail way
Company (Limited) v the city of Portland, and
the narrow-gauge crowd will not appropriate the
public levee of this citv-
Suoh a complete-"'1 varied stock of Spring and
Summer hats. P etc" a3 now displayed by
"Woods the wtter was never before seen In Port
land TAfc styles and shapes are all of tho latest
desUr9 nn(1 "e CAn 8,1 anybody.
ujflssS. J.Thacker.of McMinirville, has just com
pleted a successful term of instruction in peman--ghip
at Hillsboro ; and her patrons have requested
that she will soon favor them with another term.
"The lady is at present visiting friends in Portland.
A special agent of the Post Ollico Department
arrived on Monday and has gone to Roseburg to
Investigate the charge that the California and
Orego" Stage Company ncglsCted to comply with
the terms of their contract or carrying the mail.
flon. Levi Leland, of Oregon City, Grand Lec
turer pf the Good Templars, gave the Nkw
NojwhWbst a call on Friday last. On .Saturday
.evinds botlf he and Father Hnrmnn, f The
Unties, alldroSswl the Open Temperance Associ.
He would be indeorf fastidious who could not
electa Spring or Summer hat from the elegant
assorfciiont just ojened by Woods the hatter. The
stock -vas selected by Mr. Woods himself, and
-consist of all the newest styles of the best
Tlie'iorees attached to Mrs. J. C. Hawthorne's
.carriage ran away on Saturday afternoon in East
Portland, and tl lady, her little daughter, and
two friends wert more or less injured, though
none dangerously. Tho carriage was completely
Lust evening, at the residence of Hon. J. F.
Caples, the bride's father, Miss Mollie Caples and
Mr. Arthur Anthony were married, Rev. J. II.
Acton officiating. The young couple have the
earnest 'wishes of many friends for a happy and
Tiie first of Mrs. C. L. Henderson's course of
:three lectures for tho benefltof the South Portland
Mission Sunday School will bo delivered next
Wednesday evening in the Unitarian Chapel.
Bubjeot, "llow we lived down South during the
War." Ticket for the course, $1 00.
Dr. J. Folkman, the aged editor of the Staatx
.ZelUtng, was publicly horse-whipped on First
street l.iBt Saturday by Charles Baeoiiler, of the
.Veutuche Zcitung. Th former Is an unpopular
Six Russian political prisoners, throe of noble
birth, are to be tried at Moscow soon.
rneivingoi Abyssinia was Killed in battle re
cently. He is succeeded by his son Michael.
The Black Death is said to have appeared at
Bagilad. At any rate, the ravages of some plague
Gladstone will not apologize for ending the
Boer troubles, but will show that the war was an
unjuft one on England's jMirt, and that he stopped
it to tave jMigiaiurs honor.
Meltings arc being held in many parts of Ire
land to protest against the enforcement of tho
Coercion Act. A number of persons have been
arresed under the new law and cast into prison
A erlin cablegram says the famous anti-Jewish
pi'tition was sent to Bismarck on the 13th in-
stanti it consists oi twenty-six volumes, com
pnsiiir 14,000 sheets, with 'Jo-imm siguaturos, in
cluding those of noblemen, retired generals aud
Five of the Nihilists connected with the Czar'a
assassination, Russakoir, Michaelofi', Kiballschct-
isoii, Jeliaboll and feophle Pieollsky, were hanged
on Friday morning last in St. Petersburg. Hessy
Helfmann, who is encienfe, will not be executed
until after confinement.
The International Monetary Conference was
opened at Paris on Tuesday. On motion of Wm.
M. Evarts, Delegate Mairnin, French Minister of
Finance, was chosen President. The Unitod
j-States, Germany, Austria, Belgium, Denmark,
Prance, England, Greece, Holland, Italy, Portu
gal, Russia, Sweden and Switzerland aro repre
sented. Benjamin Disraeli, the Earl of Beaconsfield,
died in London on Monday night Irfsl. A few
days ago, the Brooklyn Eagle well said : "Since
the memorable night thirty-five years ago when
Disraeli arose in the House of Commons to make
his famous onslaught on Sir Robert Peel for con
cessions to the Anti-Corn Law League, ho has
trodden every round of the ladder of fame which
it is possible for a British statesman to tread.
Aged, infirm, and crowned with the highest at
tainable honors, there is no more fitting time
than the present for him to die."
In view of the fact that throughout tho United
States alleged French wines are sold, it is an in
teresting fact that France annualy imports a
million gallons from Spain, Italy, Hungary and
other countries to supply the deficiency in 'home
produce. The importations are watered, druiracil
and otherwise "doctnro.!," and are thnn exported
as the products of French vineyards.
Much testimony is given in the Christiancy
suit to prove that the young wife could not have
visited Giro at a New York hotel on Christms.
The Axiorian comments thus on the case: "W
are glad to hear the good news for Mrs. Chris
tiancy. We believe she has been willfully and
maliciously persecuted, and is innocent of the
crimes charged against her."
J. VAN B EURDEI?
107 Flrjit Street, Portland, Oregon.
Arrival of a New and "Well-Selected Stock
DIAMONDS, SILVERWARE, WATCHES
DIRECT IMPORTATION OF THE NEWEST FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PATTERNS.
jVIuItes ti Spcciulty of the 3Ianiii'"actuie of Diamond 3Xouiitin:s.
NOTICE TO MILLINERS.
We are now opening our
IMPORTED DIRECT FROM THE EASTERN MANUFACTURERS,
Which we will Sell Lower than Any Other House
on the Coast.
Parties Visiting trie City Should Remember This.
Special Inducements Offered to Milliners Starting Business. .
LEWIS & STRAUSS,
128 First Street. jE03rtlt33LcL, Or.
Third and Alder.
MATT. ORDER DEPARTMENT.
Third and Alder.
The i;rontli of the Ijiillos ItMidy-JIu!c Ntilt Department for the pjust two years has been remarkable, and
niny Justly batlrHHtl to the nnst ellirli-nt and thorough manner In which I have executed all orders entrusted to me.
A I.udy can send a postal canl from nny distant plnce, state her .size, und color of goods, and within one Uuy can have
An All-Wool Black or Colored Dress for from SI5 to S30,
And when not aeqtinlntvd with tne. has the privilege of examining the Irewi ordered. "o advance of money Is required,
as Is tho custom with New York nouses, which i.s such n great risk, as many advances have been regretted by Ladles
who waited two inontb forn In"s and then were displeased. Indies, reflect, and Klve me an order.
Mt. Hood Agricultural Implement House!
NEWBERRY, HAWTHORNE & CO.,
IMPOKTKKS AND DEALERS IN
Gonoral sents for the Celebrated Morrison Tlows, Improved Whitewater Wagons, Reopers, Mowers, Self-Binding
Harvester, Headers, Threshers, Hnslnee, "Fanner's Friend Drill," the Esterly Seeder and Cultivator, Railroad
.arrows, Rnllroad and Mlnlnc Shovels, Hoes, Scythes, Snaths, Cradles, Forks, Picks, and a Hull Line f
"Wood and Stool Goodw.
Nos. 261 and 263 Front and 260 and 262 Flrsf Street, Portland, Oregon.
BJT Send for Catalogues.
O. P. MASON,
Allorncy-at-Law and Notary Public,
Room 10, OHD FKM.OWS' Tkmpi.k,
For Ilealtb, Comfort and
Elegance of Form,
MADAM FOrS IMPROVED
ry IS J'OT EXCEIXEP.
ncccntlmjiroTcmcnU add much
to IU already extcnilre popalirt
tj. Sample by mall. 1 SO. For
gale by all leading jobbers and
retailer. Manufactured only by
FOY, HARMON A. CO.,
XT.XT HAVES, COSJC
USE ROSE PILLS
New Millinery Store.
A New nn.d Full Line of
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS
At the Post Office Millinery Store,
No. 90 Xorrlsou Street,
Which will be sold at BOTTOM PRICES.
nv Call and see them. No trouble to show ffoods.
mnSl ir. M. IKAI-
USE ROSE PILLS.
SIMPLE, NOISELESS, LIGHT-RUNNING !
Tho Pioneer In All Improvements!
All Irlmlu rt Cnwlni lnlilnA r .f n i i t-
r . . " Glutei mm tur nine, lie
pairing a specialty. jj. r. IIEUOY, Agent,
MO S23 Second SU, bat. Salmon and Main.
Tor the next three months, I will sell Slab Wood
at $1 25 per load, C. 0. D. Orders left at Weidler's
Mill or with drivers will be promptly attended
to. N. VERSTEEG.
Wotdlcr'K Mill, March 21, 1SS1. maSl tf
MOHTOX 51. SPAULDIMQ.
BURKHARD & SPAULDLNG,
Butchers and Packers,
And Dealers In All Kinds of
FUE8H AND CURED MEATS, BACOX, HAMS A LARD,
33 and 37 B Street, Corner of Second,
Speelal Attention glron to SupplylusShlp. sel$ tf