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.ATRIIi 17, 1874.
THE HIT ABBITAL.
BY GEOBOJ! fr. CABtE.
There came to port last Sunday night
The queerest little craft,
Wlthoutan inch of rigging on;
I looked, and looked, and laughed;
It seemed so curious that she
Should cross the unknown water,
And moor herself within my room
Myaughter, O, my daughter
Yet, by these present, witness all,
She's welcome Any times,
And comes consigned to Hope and Love,
And common metre rhymes.
She has no manifest but this;
No flag floats o'er the water;
She's rather new for British Lloyds
My daughter, O, my daughter!
Ring out, wild bells and tame ones, too;
Ring out the lover's moon;
Ring in the little worsted socks;
Ring In the bib and spoon.
,Rlng out the muse; ring Jn the nurse;
Ring In the mlllcand water;
Away with paper, pens and Ink
My daughter, O, my daughter!
THE GAMBLER AHD HIS VICTIM.
TRUTH STHANOEH TJX AX FICTION.
BY" OEOEOE UILEV.
In the spring of 1832, when the excite
ment over the discovery of gold in Call'
fomia lured thousands from their quiet
and .peaceful homes, ail bent on the
acquisition of the precious metal, I, in
common with others, being affected by
the rumors of the auriferous nature of
the soil, and of how easily, by a little
muscular exertion, many whom we had
known at home as impecunious, in this
Eldorado had become wealthy, con
cluded to "try my luck," as the saying
is, by venturing In that far-olT laud to
court Fortune's favor. After due prep
aration, I left home, bearing the bless
ing of parents and the kind wishes of
relatives and fricuds. I will not relate
all the varied incidents of the voyage,
the deaths and burials at sea, the vic
tims of the Isthmus fevers and other, to
me, melancholy events, but will proceed
to the incident forming the caption of
The Euglisb barque Salem, which
left San Juan, Del. Sur.u Central
America, carried as passengers, be
sides myself, a young couple man and
wife whom, it was subsequently ascer
tained, hailed from Vermont. They
were were fond and loving, as young
couples usually are. Their hopes were
of the brightest. In the flush of youth
the world seemed to them one vast gar
den, where the beautiful flowers of life
might be culled and its various paths
strewn with roses.
- Arriving in San Francisco, after a
passage of G4 days, all felt rejoiced at
the prospect of putting our feet on (erra
Jlrma again. The usual excitement
which iu those days was incidental upon
the arrival of new comers, proved no
exception in our case, and after a great
deal of bustle and anuoyance we finally
arrived safe and sound at the terminus
of our journey
A description of the city of San Fran
cisco at that time I deem superfluous, as
able writers, better qualified than I, have
described its appearance from 1819 down
to the present lime. Having partaken
of a hearty meal the firstl had enjoyed
since I left home I resolved within
myself to "view tbecity by gaslight, "'as
the phrase goes. I was attracted by the
sound of music toward a saloon, where
a man was crying out in a loud voice;
xtea wins; biacic loses." xvi com
prehending what was meant by this ex
clamation, I went in the room, and a
'scene presented Itself to my astonished
gaze, such as I had never witnessed be
fore. A number of tables stood in the
room. Grouped arouud them were men
of diflerentXationalitles, seemingly in
terested In the games going on at the
tables. Standing near one of these ta
bles, which was literally covered with
gold and silver coin, I observed the
young married man and two compan
ions, my fellow passengers, whose curi
osity, like my own, had bean excited by
iuis no us) novel scene. As 1 ap
proached I overheard one of them re
mark to the young married man:
"Charley, try your luck."
He replied by pleading ignorance of
"Never mind," said the other, "try
just for the fun of the thing."
Again he denied all knowledge of
gamming in any form.
A middle-aged man standing behind
- "Young man, if you desire to gratify
the whltn of your companions by play
ing, I will inform you when you win or
Being again urged by his friends to
play, he complied with their request by
putting downg upon one of the cards a
five-dollargold piece. He won. Again
and again he won. Fortune seemed to
smile upon 'each venture. At last the
fickle Goddess, as ever has been the
case toward her blind votaries, frowned
upou him, and in a moment his win
nings were swept from him by the
dealer of the game.
iiiey vere walking away from the ta-
- o uuiuaviUCUb 11113
La? a,Tonled them. w"en the
joung married mn '
upon u, J '771 "W1 "B'""
hmi tr .7 """uie-ag
.77 -".urmeu him of lil,
111 Trl r 1.
encaeed in. w 7.T . '.,e U(u been
his desire. "lUireU r " man
"Only to Inform you that vo i
been swindled -cheat "S
money. Those cards "l f. yo"r
and demand your money,- Ti'.i V
somewhat excitedly. m ho
The young man reflected for n
ment; then by some strange lrapmse
conctuueu to act on me man's advice
He went back to the table, and chare'
ing the dealer of cheating him, de
manded the money. As' might have
been expected,, tbo dealer, denied the
charge. The young man persisted In
his assertion; the altercation ran high;
tbo Ho was given, then the pistol the
ever ready weapon in those days was
fired, and the young man fell a corpse
on the floor.
I stood appalled'as I gazed upon the
body. He who but a moment aro stood
up In all the pride and manliness of
youth filled with tho bright dreams of
the future, now lay inanimate at our
"If that man has any friends tukehim
out," was the coarse and brutal remark
of the proprietor of the saloon.
One of his yonng companions stepped
forward and bernred rermission to
place the body in an adjoining room
until his wife could bo informed of this
sad event. Permission was given, and
they carried the body in and laid it upon
the table. And turn one of the young
men sadly and reluctantly went to in'
form the wife of the event. .
And now that which I shall relate Is
wherein truth is sometimes stranger
than fiction. The young wife came and
saw the dead body of her husband who
but a short time ago had left her in tho
prime and vigor of life. Tongue cannot
describe nor pen portray the agony of
that grief-stricken wife as she fell pros
trate over the. body of him whom
sue had loved and cherished with a
woman's affection. There were none
present whose hearts did not go out In
sympathy for tbatpoor.bercaved woman
After awhile she became somewhat
calm, and looking up inquired In i
mournful voice who had killed her bus.
band. The gambler was still sitting at
the table dealing bis game such affairs
were common In those days, attracting
but a moment's attention, and then as
quickly forgotten. One of tbo. young
men pointed out to her the man who
hod killed her husband. She went into
the room where he sat dealing. She
scanned his features closely hnd then,
In a tone of anguish, exclaimed: "My
"What do you want, woman? -You
are disturbing my came." said the ram
"I would lfke," saldshe, "foryou to go
with me into the other room and see tho
man you have" murdered. Come," said
she, as be hesitated; "I will not detain
you long." As If to humor her he arose,
and requesting his partner to look after
the game, went with her into the room
where the body of her husband lr.y.
"Xow what is it?" ho inquired of
Stepping up to the body, she took a
handkerchief from the countenance.
which some kind hand had placed there,
and then looking him steadily in the
face, asked him if he recognized the
He looked indifferently at It and said
Unbuttoning the collar from his neck,
she pointed to a mark upou him, and
then quickly asked: "Do you know him
Again he looked, started somewhat,
and then, with his gaze upon the body,
hesitatingly, as if uncertain, said "No."
"men l will tell you. James T y.
you liavo killcdyouryoungest brother-
"My brother Charles! Impossible!" he
moo true: too true!" siie moan
"And you?" asked he, still greatly agi
"lam Mary H s, who was Charley's
playmate, and am now his widow.
Do you not remember, James," she
continued, "before you weut to the
Mexican war you used to call me your
little favorite, and said iT you lived to
return, Charley and I could be married
and you would give your little Mary
away, we waited and waited, oil, so
so long! Mother was getting old aud
anxious to see you once more before she
died. The gold excitement reached us.
Charley and I were married. "Ve
started for California in hopes of meet
ing or hearing of you. We have met,
and oh, James, tucJi a meeting!"
He stood for several moments like one
bereft of reason; then recovering him
self he took her by the hand and led her
to a chair.
"Walt here, Mary, until I return," he
said to her. Then walking into the
other room where kls partner sat deal
ing, he remarked, "I shall not play any
more to-night, Bill," took a large buck
skin purse and put his share of money
in it, seemingly a large amount of gold
and silver. He then returned to the
room where the bereaved wife was wait
ing. Placing the money in her lap he
"Take this Mary, and return home.
This is no place for you now." He then
went to a table in the room, procured
pen, Ink and paper, and requesting her
to remain a few minutes, went up
It might have been five or ten min
utes after he left u., when the loud re
port of a pistol reached our cars from
ono oflhe rooms above. A number of
men ran up, and soon It was known to
us below that ho had blown his brains
out. Iu a letter on the table, addressed
to hU brother's wife, was written:
"Mary, leave this country, and for God's
sake don't tell poor .mother how we
A day or so after tho event related
above a large fuucral procession migh
have been seen slowly wending its way
toward the cemetery. James T y
was popular among tho sporting fra
ternity, and a large number followed the
remains.- A simple tombstone was
placed at the head of the grave, with
this inscription upou it:
Backed to the Memory
CHARLES AND JAMES T Y,
, . "rotbers born in Vermont
m life they were parted; In death united.
"Rcquiescat In pace"
C. jS.j SILVEB; j,
SELLING" GOODS VERY LOW, AT
151 First Street,
Between Morrison and YamhllL 21
' Miller, i
Soda Springs,',; '',
twenty - fifth d,er celebrated her
resented by the Tr.7.. oue-wus
district tvlYE .f, e of the First
M Oliver inu-iiBn . .
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Cottage Grove, McMlnnvllle,
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It does more work, more kinds of work,
.better work, and docs It easier than any other
inhere Is n "Florence" within a thousand
' miles of Portland not giving entire satisfac
tion, Ii l um iniormeu 01 iu x wm uiieuu iu it
without expensejOfany kind to its owner.
Wo have the hew style or "Florence" Ma
chine, that feeds the work away from the ope-
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JUaYSWOai and see them before purchasing else.
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131 Third street, between Alder and Morrison, with Badger's Music Store.
Sold on the Installment Plan: $10 Down, and $10 a Month till paid for.
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, . OUR PREMIUM LIST.
As an Inducement lor our rr.'ends to make exertions lo se-ure large clubs for the New
Northwest, we oner the followinc list of valuable titemlums:
For twenty subscribers, at W 00 each, accompanied by the cash, we will give the HOME
SHUTTLE SEWINO MACHINE, without table, beautifully ornamented. Price. 130.
For thirty-five subscribers, at SI 00 each, accompanied by the cash, wo will give a HOME
SHUTTLE SEWING MACHINE, with Illack Walnut table, bronzed and nicely finished.
For forty subscribers, t JJ00 each, accompanied by thecash.we will give n HOME SHUT-
tll SfcW IJiu MACHINE, flnlsheU In extra style, with Illack Walnut table and cover.
The above Sewing Machines, which are warranted first-class In every particular, can be
arm m iue omco oi ueo. w. Traver, corner Third and Morrison street.-, Portland.
ror nity suuscrihers. at S3 00 each, accompanied by the cash, we will give a MASON 4
HAMLIN PORTABLE ORGAN, four octave, single reed, with black walnut case, automatic
ociiows swcn, two wow pedals, Improved center pressure reed valves, etc Price, $50.
ror seventy-nvo subscribers, at it 00 each, accompanied by tho cash, a double reed MASON
o: HAMLIN ORGAN ; resembles the first except that Itlias also a knee stop. Price, $73.
ror seventy-nvo subscribers, at S3 00 each, accompanied bv the, mwh n.l inir.
dollars additional, we will give a MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN, of Five Octaves, One Stop, company
Self-Adjustlng Reed Valves, Improved Bellows, Tremulant and Knee SwelL Price, $100.1 S'TIck
"" Jiunureu suuscnuers, at j.i 00 each, and twenty dollars additional, we will give a
MASON HAMLIN ORGAN, Five Octaves, Five Slops, Two Sets of, Ribrators Throughout,
.my urauuaieu Keii-AUjusung iteeu Valves, Improved Bellows, Tremulant and
Jviiee-swells. VIOL.V. DIAPASON, FLUTE. TREMULANT. Price, $125.
ii.kiuihui iuro premiams ran senu me names anu money as fastas re
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during the year to procure the premium desired they can choose a lesser premium, ortbey
uk tuimro 10 receive twenty-nve per cent, in cash of the amount remitted for their labor.
Portland 7:1". A. it. 1 Ttospburg. S:2T p.
Roseburg 1 -JiJ A. M. Portland. .5:00 p.
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OREGON CHIHUM BITTERS.
THIS BITTERS Is the active principle or the
Oregon chlttum tree. It possesses Altera-
lle, Tonic, irurgauve auu uiuivuc piu.no.
It Is the greatest appetizer and blood-purlfler
known In the history ot medicine. It Is a sure
remedy ror all Bilious Diseases originating
from inactivity of the liver and bowels. It Is a
certain cure for Intermittent and Bilious Fe
vers. It cures Dyspepsia anu an nervuus iw
ninint. twuiirios hcimr a nice bevereee: Instead
oflts weakening and debilitating the system it
strengthens and gives an appetite. AV hen a
powenui tonic is retjuimj, uicrew uuimus
ter than the Oregon Chlttum- Bitters. All
class es.of pertnns, whether male or female.
may use me liuiera wmi j. ccr.ii..j w
will nrBuont ihem from contracting those dls-
eaes which are so prevalent In this climate.
The Bitters can be found at the
CITY DItTJG- ' STOBE,n
TamliUl St, Ictecn rirst Bad Second,
Portland, Oregon. . .
DR. G. W. BROWN, Sole Proprietor.
CIIAS. IO.XCSLEY A- CO.,
Wholesale Druggists, San Francisco;
General Agents for the U.S. Oregon Chlttum
Bitters. 3 10 tr
The Oregon and California Railroad Ferry
makes connection with all Regular Trains.
Close connections are madeat Roseburer with
the Stages or the California and Oregon Stage
Tickets for sale to all the nrinclnal nolnts
In California and the East, at Company's office,
Cor. F as Frost Stsat ferry Usdlng, Portland,
e" NOTICE. Passengers for Buttevllle,
Champoeg, Dayton and Lafayette will take the
boat fur the above points at Cancmah.
S-Storage will bo Charged on Freight re
maining In Waieuousos over 21 hours.
jbS" Frelghtwlll not be received for shipment
aner 5 o'clock p. x.
J. BRANDT. Jr.,
E. P. ROGERS, Gen. SupL
Gen. Freight and Passenger AgenL
I ) and'nntll further notlre. will run Freight
and Passenger Trains from
PORTLAND TO ST. JOSEPH,
ON WEEK DAYS!
Portland 7:10 A. jr. St. Joseph UM A. Jt.
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Portland. 8:20 A. X. I St. Joseph HiTO A. X.
St. Joseph 12S P. X. I Portland 3:10 P. X.
Connecting at Cornelius with Stages for Forest
Orove; at St. Joseph for ail points South and
wesi-i.aiayeue, iciinnviiie, jmuy, ion
mouth, Independence, Buena Vista and Cor-
S Passengers received at Fourth street sid
ing on glvlngsbrnal to the train.
Freight received at the Portland Warehouse
and Dock Cc's Wharf.and will not be received
J. GASTON, Gcn'l Sup'L
Freight and Passenger Agent 2 50
OUR NEW PREMIUM LIST.
As Tu e New Northwest lias already proved a popular success, we are decided that It shall
also prove a txicxpil.
To enable our rrhmds who may decide to canvass for our paper to.beneflt both themselves THE 0RE80N CENTRAL RAILROAD CO.
T increasing our subscription Lists, wo propose to give the following additional Pre-
.uiiiB .a ciuivasserji :
Any subscriber who Is In arrears for the New Nortuwest, who will send us his or her own
uuscripuon lee, anu one new subscriber, accompanied by the cash $8 00 we will give:
A pair Parian Marble Vases;
Or a Bohemian Glass Vase; .
Or a Bohemian Glass Card Receiver;
Or H dozen Ivory Napkin Rings;
Or X dozen Plated Tea Spoons;
Or 1 pair Alexandre's Kid Gloves; - .
Or a Lady's Fan, spangled, feathered edge;
Ora Bird Cage; -
Or an Album for holding 100 pictures;
Or an Album (extra) for holding 50 pictures;
Or a Fancy Letter Case;
Or a box. Toilet Articles, lncludlng.soap, chalk, perfumery, etc
Ora Kerosene Lamp; K i - - 4
Or Ji dozen Glass Goblets;
OrH dozen Glass Tumblers, ' -
Ora largo Glass Fruit Dish; .1 J H ' if'
Or a Work Basket;
Or a Fine Embroidered Handkerchief; "'"
Or H dozen Linen Handkerchiefs;
Or a Woolen Table Cover; ...
Ordozen Table Napkins;
OrX dozen Towels; .
Or an elegant Portmonia.
Any subscriber who is In arrears lor a year's subscription, and who wilt send his or her own
subscription fee, and two new subscribers, accompanied fcy the cash making $i CO we will
Asct oi Rogers' Table Forks, triple plated, on white metal, warranted;
OrasctofRogers'TableSpoonsriplepIated.on white metal, warranted;
Or a set of Rogers' Teaspoons, triple plated, on white metal, warranted;
Or M dozen Rogers' Jt Russell's Table Knives, best quality, warranted ;
Ora handsome Bird Cage. . rt a w (.. v
Any person In arrears for subscription to The NEW-NoRTWE,'wlioTwrll,gend,b.!s or . her
subscription fee and three new subscribers, accompanied by the cash, making $12 6J, we will
A handsome Marsallles Quilt;.
Ora handsome Woolen Quilt, red and while, or.blue and white; . .
Or a pair of Table Cloths; ...-..- ,..--.
Ortwo pairs or Nottingham Lace Curtains; "
Or three pairs Alexandre's Kid Gloves, any color or size;
Or a Japanese Inlaid Work Box ;
Or IS yards best yd. wide Sheeting. , .
For seven subscribers at $3 00 each, amounting to 321 00,-wo.wlll send :
An extra Cantor, triple plated, on white meta!, valued at $9 00;
Or a Lady's Writing Desk, of equal value;
"Ora Cabinet, Japanese Inlaid;
Or an Extra "Japanese Inlaid Work Box.
These articles are all valuable, and ore warranted to be lvH'at we1pierith-'FBr.
sons living In this city or who can visit Us can receive these articles from ourewn hands at an
hour's notice; or If not convenient to vlsltus, we will send the articles by express to any ad
Jress. No order or this kind will receive attention unless the cash accompanies it.
Send money In Postofflce orders at the customary rates or currency, or send dm ft If pre
ferred. All orders promptly attended to. t
We slucerely'- hope'lhat this unparalleled offer, which Is a, new feature in the.ncwipapc?
business In Oregon, will meet with a hearty. response' from me!many frlenda or Our paper,
who up to this time have seemed to fall to realizo that-TuE New Northwest cannot be run
without money. Now Is the tlmo lo make up club's. Begin TierBre '.some other" person gets
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iui ...It v. jmh. .JV w nu.ijwuMuuiui juuigcUjlUH rUulll - -
Just received, a fiill stock or Fresh
FIELD, FLOWER, VEGETABLE, TREE,
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES,
EVERGREENS AND SHRUBBERY.
Send for catalogue.
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3j Portland. Oregon.
KKUAL J8HE8 IN THE HMHTUHE UHE,
Washington St., Ut. Third and Fourth,
FURNITURE REPAIRED i VARNISHED.
rtslrs Ke-Csaea iai Wse for Sale.
,-WIH gooui to' residences to do anythlng'Jn
Don't-want any list purses arpunu. s i,
1IISTOKY OF Til E
Formers' War Against Monopolies.
BEING a full and authentic account or the
struggles of the American Farmers against
1 hi. pTinrtinn nf the sailroiid comcanics. with
a history or the rise and progress or the Order
orPatroiis or Husbandry, lis objects and pros
pects. II sells at sight. Send for specimen
pages nnd terms to Agents, and see why it'sells
raster than any other book. Address
. A. It. UAAUKVt 1 liU.,
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THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING SECURED
the services or a French GLOVE MAKER,
Is now prepared 10 manuiaciure an siyics 01
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S
KID, FUR, BUCK AND DOGSKIN CLOVES
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Also. Gloves cleaned, dved and repaired on
short notice. 3-8 C. E. DcBOIS.
0KEG0X STE.U1SHIP CO.'S STEAMBOATS.
EROM AND AFTER THURS
day, May 1st, the steamer
E. N. COOKE
Will leave Oregon City as follows: On Monday,
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at SS3) A. St.,
and on Wednesday and Saturday at I0A.M,,
connecting with steamer DAYTON through to
Portland. Returning, will Leave
Portlnnil for Oregon City nt 4 I. SI.
Passengers lor LAFAYETTE and all Interme
diate places will tako the CARS at 8:15 A. M.,
connecting at Canemah with steamer Dayton,
on Tuesday and Friday of each week.
Through Tickets sold at the office of the O. &
C. RcR. Co. at Reduced Rat??- . , nt,n.
All freight by this line delivered to consign
ees Free or DrayaRC. ,,..
Freight received "-"SPjSljy Aent
LADD & TSLTdN,
33 -a. 3NT 331 33 St S ,
1'onTI.AND , OREGON1
DEPOSITS RECEIVED AND ACCOUNTS
kept subject to check on draft.
INTEREST allowed on TIME DEPOSITS or
TRUST p UN US, in sums or ONE DOLLAK
AND UPWARDS rrom date ordeposit.
MONEY IXJANED on approved security.
Bonds, Stocks and other valuables received
on deposit for safe keeping.
Collections made and proceeds promptly re
Investments In Real Estate and other prop
erty made for parties.
Sight and Tclegrable Exchakge on San Fran
clscoand the Atlantic fctattw for sale. -
1 . uavcrnment Securities bought anu
Agent for the trausacUon or alL ItlnUi
naucial and Trust Business. Si