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3ME NEW 2sTOBTHWEST, THURSDAY, APRIL .21, 1881.
Sarah Bernhardt's American tour has been vftrv
satisfactory to her. She has deposited S!0,0D9
"with her bankers.
The firm determination to lynch Frank Muyo
if he tries to play "Hamlet" is heard from all
parts of the country.
Mrs. D. F. Smith, the well-known elocutionist
has gone up the Willamette Valley, and will give
entertainments at various places.
The New York Evening Post says : " 'The Pas
sion Play' is still a future possibility here, in a
building constructed expressly for it."
The Telegram is boldly engaged in an eflbrt to
convince its readers that "Buffalo Bill," the noted
scout and bad actor, is living in East Portlaud.
The New York Tribune thinks that nothing has
ever happened so propitious to dramatic art in
England as the conjunction of Henry Irving and
Edwin 'Booth on the London stage.
Adopting the reverse of Adam Forepaugh's plan,
the Sells Brothers, who own a show bearing the
modest title of "The Millionaire Confederation of
Railroad Shows," have ottered $100,000 to the
homeliest damsel on American soil.
The entertainment of the Young Men's Catholic
Dramatic and Musical Society, to be given on the
evening of the 30th inst., will doubtless be success
ful, as they are making extensive arrangements
for the event, and a large number of tickets are
Miss Georgia Woodthorpe, now the wife of Mr.
Frederick Cooper, must have greatly improved
since her last trip to Portland, which was made
with the huge Bandmann. She has lately been
quite successful as a star in the East, and particu
larly in Philadelphia.
The-"big 4" minstrels, who recently held the
boards at the Bush-street -Theater for six weeks,
drawing crowded houses, and who are now in the
interior of California, will soon visit Oregon.
Following them, it is said, will come the Melville
Opera Company, witli "Olivette" and "Billee
Taylor" as the attractions.
The Odd Fellows of this city and East Portland
will give a grand anniversary entertainment at
New Market Theater on Tuesday evening next,
April 20th, the proceeds to be donated to their
"orphan's home and educational fund." A vocal
and instrumental concert by Miss Helen Coursen,
Mr. M. O. Lownsdale, Mr. Edgar E. Coursen, and
others, will be given, the evening's programme
concluding with a grand ball. The object is a
worthy one, and the proceeds will doubtless be
"The Pirates of Penzance," to be produced at
New Market Theater this (Thursday) evening by
the members of the Handel and Haydn Society,
assisted by Miss Helen Coursen, a talented young
vocalist from San Francisco, has been in constant
rehearsal for some time past, and is expected to be
a greater success than anything yet undertaken
by local talent in Portland. The original cos
tumes and properties used in this opera at the
Bush-street Theater, San Francisco, have been
imported, and the orchestra will be increased to
twenty pieces. Besides Miss Coursen, the cast
includes Mrs. "Wyatt, Mrs. Dobinson, Miss May
Prentice, Miss Lizzie Hamilton, Miss O. Ostrau
der, and Messrs. Lownsdale, Van Beurden, Me
Claire, Kinross and Trevett, with a large and
well-trained chorus The opera will also be given
. ..on Friday and Saturday evenings and for Satur
day matinee. A liberal support from the public
is predicted for the entertainments.
Rescued from Death.
The folk&ngstatementof William J. Coughlin,
of Somerville, Mass., is so remarkable that we beg
to nsk for it the attention of our readers. He
says: "Jn the Fall of 1S7 T was taken witii a
violent bleeding of the lungs, followed by a severe'
cough. I soon began to lose my appetite and
flesh. I was so weak at one time that I could not
leave my bed. In the Summer of 1877 I wa ad
mitted to the City Hospital. While thweJjtfS
doctors said I had a hole in my loft hnig aampag
a half dollar. I expended over $100 nwlpotors
and medicines. I was so far gone at one time that
a report went around that I was dead. I gave up
t a. .. r-t i , 1 - t T W IT II I
one. lull u irieiui loin me ui nr. in. nan s jmu-
the Hint's. I laurlifl at my menu
jftthinkhijr that my case was inc-uralile: but I got
bottle to satisfy them, when to my surprise and
S ratification 1 commenced to feel better, My
ope, once dead, began to revive, and to-day I feel
in better spirits than 1 have for the pa$t three
years. I write this hoping you will publish it, so
that every one aillicted with diseased lungs will
be induced to take Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam for thu
Lungs, and be convinced that consumption uan be
cured. I have taken two bottles, and can posi
tively say that it lias done more good than all the
other medicines I have taken since my sickness.
My cough has almost entirely disappeared, and I
shall soon be able to go to work." Sold by drug
ts ream for
We are now opening
MOST COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
NEW AND SEASONABLE
DRY AND FURNISHING GOODS
Our Stock for this Spring will be
larger than ever before, and comprises
all the NOVELTIES and STAPLES, in
the selection of which every care that
years of experience in this market can
suggest has been rigidly observed. We
feel confident'thatno Stock better suited
to the wants of this community can be
found, and our
PRICES WILL ALWAYS BE THE LOWEST.
An examination by every buyer is
OLDS & KING,
I ITTtilrd Street, bet. Morrison
TO THE TRADE.
MELLIS BROS. & CO.
THE CHOICEST ASS0RTME1
THE TASTIEST TI
Golden Rule Bazar,
No. 172 Flrwt Street, Portland, Or.,
TrOULI) INFORM THE PEOPLE IN TUB INTERIOR
T T ttiut lie Ik now prepared to All ofdew In
Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware,
Fancy Goods and Notions,
Clocks and Plated Jewelry,
Baby Carriages and Croq.net Rots,
Send for Catalogue, tcA Call and
, . 126 First Street,
MELLIS BROS. & CO., 27 &nt Street
niaSltf PORTLAND. n?Hs?fvA :
BY VIRTUE OP AN EXE TTin tW km ,
sale to me directed, Iks ueH ,! of th' cir?!1 Hf.
the State of Orcron for the n -,,v iSf..L,r:0,t. ( ourt o'
Judgment rendered In wild Conn or, the lafc ,j " lTJt
1881. in favor of Won? Sam. IM.i.,ti f-',.-r.0f M.irch.
it . . . ' . " 4 nir 1..,. , .
nun iou, partners in oust h uud- ih firm .
Lunir Kee and Count Ye Txi-.o i Vt.!?!?...n'"r' P'
sum of Seven Hundred Eigl-1 -KMn ridiiV) u..
annum, and costs of suit am '-tvrfHne -"mm i
IZth day of April, 18SI, levy up .r the utx-.e-nat f -anU'
real property, hituated Multn'umui t'oui, V J
of OreKon, to-wlt: All tho X, i -iUif ,. imp" ; ..
vrecieti tin int.-loiiowinjf uesen- ' r'i ' nifi, i
jo.fHiven )and Klifht (8) In It .ick Da
ItilU, IMIIir N III I) I1TK k irnlCAAM Ifl
hold Int;rest of said Defends? nU "fo find" to
Now, therefore, by virtue of.-' ! --tef.ii...n nud !..
sale, on Monday, the Kith day f .? v, !;,. ut the hour o?
o'clock A. M.. at the Court Iloui -oor'u hU Ortnty. I V
pe 1 tit public nuctlpn the aboi i- lwcrtb,-.t mil property : !
wild DefendunU to the highest Mier for w- , tT.8.cfe.
i,om, io snuxry sum cxecutlol . wkh wit.- -k tmd
Shorjr of Ml.
rortland, April II, IS51.
si.-' 'i (.'"iiiny, 'rei(.7n.
SHEKIFF-j i r.
VIRTUE OP AN EXEMPT'. i vrrp tr
sale to me directed. Issued! i' -.f n
Judgment rendered in said Court ,,,, tt. i2tr 0 ..! Starr h
1KS1, In favor of Wong Lin, Plamt: mr-tlnAt l,-, saru
and I?e You, partners In buslrie-, ., , rtht firro dk, of
Lung Kee tint! Count Ye .Loc n DSfrndnnt, for th-
1KSI. levy upon the abovc-namt im
situated In Multnomah Countv :-a
the buildings and Improvem.).i
described real estate, situate in 1
noma!) County, State of Oregon i ti
South Oni-Half of Ijat No. Ono V
the East ) feet of the South Oni- i. is
Block No. Twenty ItNo.:' i
(a), the Went ft) feet of Lot Sevt.. - ,
No. Fifteen (15). and Lot No. F . : '
teen (19), with the leasehold in
and to said real estate de.scriltet .
Now, therefore, by virtue of tsei t
sale, on Monday, the lflth day c -y.
o'clock a. m., at the Court Hous fjif
sell at public auction the abof n
said Defe n limits to the highest ' .
Coin, to satisfy said executlo).,
accruing costs. J
Sheriff" of Mil ttiv i.
rortland, April 11, 1MI.
i n,l'-w't : Ail
( Fdrtliid. Muli
&', .'teet of tin
I t Jfo. One (1: K
i F If ek '. .. Tw-mill
Hunt. 8, in B'.oc
t- I3 Defcudai; i
'iJ X Mil OT'lfT ?
j-"'. a tb Hoar'; i
i r- al prop 'tf t.i
' tJjTk1 -tnd'
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Y vrPT'" rV AN EVP'
p - ' 'Mt' uil, imu-i
IMrfc' lr"!r"tl fo '.h' I
tX Wt mod
f OrepMt, to-wtf: All t"
1 (r,Mllk tailrwr 9hr
I ktllDI)., KBUMl
! .Th t..y irf AfHL
i uu real uoMhr
At Lower Rates
tlmn ever wtld by
la Hie Slate.
any Jobbing House
SHIHDLER & CHADKHRHE, TSe
A Full Line of the Above Goods Con
stantly on Hand.
from the coiintry solicited. Address
I. v GrX73JEI5 ERT,
jtfoDt nnd 1'lrMt St., bet. Morrlnou
f rotrk, vnd, Oregon,
, WHioksal and Retail Deleni
tim . ,1 pa I.
4jPr Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mirrors, Wall Papers,
173-FIrftt fitrcet, IortInnt, Or.
Plntliioro Mornhaiit Tailnrc flnri HattPfQ
ufaMIUllllUltft IIIUI UflUlll UIIWIW UIIU IIHIIUIVI
BACK EROM NEW YORK,
And opening up
We Lead with Elegant Spring Styles.
Motliers ! Mothers 1 1 Mother!!!
Are you disturbed at night nnd broken of your
rest by a sick child milTering and cryiti with the
excruciating pain of cutting teeth? If so, go at
once and get a bottle of Mrs. Winslow's South
ing Syrup. It will relieve the poor little sufferer
immediately depend upon it; there is no mis
take about it. There ia not a mother on earth
who has ever used it who will not tell you at once
that it will regulate the-bowels, and give reft to
the mother and relief nnd health to the child,
operating like magic. It is perfectly safe to use
in all cases, and pleasant to the taste; nI is tho
nrsrinMoii of one of the oldest and beat woman
. . .. .. t. :t i c. ... ... . i j 1
Oar Stor is Crowded in Front, in the Rear, in
tho Middle, and on all Sides,
With a Stock cjJfyllliig nnyVrevlouH one wo ever bought.
We call Special Attention to our Magnificent and
Extensive Btook of
YOUNG MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S SUITS.
bit A cordial Invitation 1 extended to nil toeull MMl ex
amine our Goodv, whether they purehno or not.
FISHEL & ROBERTS,
pbvsicians and nurses in the Uiiit l H'at".
every wl. re. Twenty-five cents b tttk'. -
OLDEST HOUSE IN THE FURNITURE TRADE.
Ify of Portland. iio' oaiiC
th- jit a f.. t 4 South Qm
H.'k Niv TwenJ ! U EM
Ult W Or . ?lt
j ixtf rour in in itlock No. N'w
nw ,Uiirp'ore. lit virtue of
on.ndny.thf Itttlfdnyol i
- "-.attiicfourtjlou 't-oor I
trtllblll ntlitflnn IV . n .ita. t
MlilTlX&ndniltH to IH lil"liosf tAA t,
Coin, u',!srfiu4ltr Wccutlon. frii
roHlntil, April H,1SSL Of
Headqunrters forScluK)! Pwtks Fine FurnlturenSpc
FACTORY, FOUR MILES FKOM EAST POKTLAl'D.
liit '7U!t .-i
ky of XIf ;i,
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MHt u th-
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f '4 k in., i-f;
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c nil i -.'reifi:'
UlE .MOST VtBVALENT Br T.-" 1 fN ,
an uisfiv Hthecnuso .x nv'u
has maae this diWen life 3lia kirn . i-r-r,
fercr hlmnelf unt-Vured uv
r y -
Which he hnifor thli-e1
I.?... ... kllklllk. M pUt V, SHI )i
nil mil iicritimiinuvtvcv
any of Its forms
i l5 f r ftli--' kl
jAb ' - prsl rh$kslar-
ccr.nuiIaUviv5viivric ariwiit ! . y-
otner pnwniUQiiA ke of " His- dua.e
prmriKivusucit(i i Wr-i
Dr. Keek's SurcW fcr atari h,
Which von can Cet of your DrX;
KECK of Portland, Or,, tit Sfpw
The Doctor makes n hpcclnlty '
of chronic discuses, especially
x imn fr
;t(t mi i cur-s
or Hon- THrwwi
A I U llkll V. .TV." " - W
Should be stopped. Neglect froqttenth resul4
, T,.nnmlilo T .inn nlKi'ase ;f Cit:aMnniIoti.
& A..w... O . .
Bbown-s BhonchialTkoche.'?.-' vrt aUTjio gi re
relief in Asthma, Bronchitis, d .ipl(Eufsii,
Consumption and Throat UisefL4-.
vpnrs the Troches have been rec-oro
?hvsiclans, and always give perfect Jrtft wructloil
hey are not new or untried, but having: been
tested by wide and constant use tor neony an en
tire generation, they have attained wull-niftrited
rank among the few staple remedies ql the ge.
Public speakers and singers use thf io"Ier na
strengthen the voice. Sold at twcntyrnv pnl
box every wnere.
The "New No. 8" is thccheapcjit oew!
tobuy. Wheeler & wnsoni rguo
Mrs. Simmon Bleacher and
Jain street, city.
kcten Shotilwatr Bay Oyator I
IT HAS A MAKKKD EFFKlT wlTvcr there Is an nlilc
ofTcct of thp Vlxccml MnwulHr Coat, tilich us IJyupt'
la, Henihiche, Nouralsla, Vomit Ins, HIIIons Attackn,
IlhcumntlMin, j'atn in tm-Nonmen nnti ttowem,
Irrcifiilarlty of the 1 low Ik, ("otivenoss hi.d
Constipation, which arc o onstlnato and
yet ho common In cities, where peo
ple of necessity mun live a seiion
tary life most of the year.
A Ijdy In TIiIh City who had heon a sulTeror for years
;from obHtlnntc LiiNtipHtlon of the Ilowelii, and find
been tifiahlc lo dhtaln relief from other mcdlolnc.. .
was relieved after one week by the use of the
celebrated "OHEt.oN ULOOD PUIUFIEIt,"-
nnd subsequently was PEKM ANENTLY
CURED fy ltn use, tuid Is now uslnc it.
occtusionally to prevent u relapse. J
ih this case It Im apparent thtrtrtlip "Oregon niood pnriner"
Uph Jifcticii. It corrtv.icu uio
ilvsrenmo the lna-'tk'' "'? h
-I .. v . - ... . . . ... 1 . 1. i ft imJTi
iV'iti, iiir i.TkHQji'ii nk'. K ii ; i iiFk
v'Mn.. II tlr. ra .llllM- rf-'le, ; llltPi
frlw pr Iteitl-. i f; or Kottli-t for $3 fl
Cancer ana Diseases Jr cc ai
Yonnp men,- middlft-ascd qr tM n -i i --. '-rlnX
from the orwrs and Tndiscrotloi ' ( ' vv t, n,r..i- -tH-
ncss, enrlvdowiv, losof manhc 1. stil.. n;.. Pit.
KECK. Jjverythlni'rtrlctly cot, '. U n 1J ,.r -r ui
tions answered throush the-n t - mf, J nMose
three-cent ftamp.nnd address lu. lVirsKK K,
No. IXi Firs' '--e1. Pru:' '. -rtjon.
The tnule-supplleil with PR. IC . KS SkgHE !"
CATARRH direct from the 1 alt - !9T K --., ir
llodco, Davlf A COM.PorUiinii, 0 n,w -vi - ut -t.
. Jnl I; ' .'
' torpjdlty of JJi
Y .. i. .,-n,,r.ii.iiiP' ititui: TMHrCltY to '
friends ned nnyVhingln the'.' lW"" 1'"
call on or add.tjss
. .), Irilirl.
JMBflUK J IMn
I'lrnt Htrretf lrv g3 AJlf- and 2Zorfu.
Nprth weVoornfr Fwiivd AldcmtrtaU,
AOUt) MrtrAKE mi:auu for
USB ROSE PXZi&S.
Fashionable Milliner and Dress-gatef',
Athe t9flppoiiite,8ion8 Co'e Orry, on
M r OUTFIT
: ! COIiaUCTOtwr
nes that .. HPm enpf In
icarn, aim our iirnctionn
are o lrp!'
cmnn ran mntte ffreat inHiK froir
an fall who Is willing to Work. W:
M inen. Boy nnd girt fn earn u
,,iniif attho tiolne -vpr one l-ani'
week. "NutWng Hki iteverkn wn V
are burptt'Cl1-"1 t"rH "'.
ohle tn mnk inontv. You ciitLj
'Jor. your spare lime fl strct prt
sfc cupltai in It. W "ake n.
Trofidy" motmy nhoaid 'lu tM
.( sc nt ii
Ulre e. Ad(JrM TSti-K uo. .
K C 'O
plain, t' at
vA. No -nc
v li the? are
n'l' s 1i.1t ens diifv
l ihh hitvo lo 111-
,it- riMi i noun who ncpa
at o,via . ah ruTiisiifKi
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