Newspaper Page Text
" ' " - i
FRIDAY OCTOBER 27. 1876.
XOT FIT TO BE KISSED.
"What ails papa's mouf V said a sweet little
Her bright laugh revealing her teeth white as
"I love him and kiss him and sit on his knee.
But the kisses don't smell good when he kisses
uut, mama." her eyes opened wide as she
"Don't nobody's, papa have moufs nice and
With kisses like yours, mama that's what I
I want to kiss papa, I love him so well.
But kisses don't taUe good that have such a
iL aiiiunj' 10 "sniiiKe, anu eai macco, anu spu, i
Aualnf.? ssesun'i good, and ain't sweet not
And her biossom-iike face wore a look of dis-
. clB"st , , JI I
As she gave out her verdict so earnest and
Yes, yes, little darling, your wisdom has seen
iuai Kisses ior uaugnters and wives should be
For klSSeS losesometlllnimrnivtiirniiil Villcc
From mouths that are stained and unfit for a
."Wanted, a Young Lady."
by r. r. ii.
"But, Charlie, dear, are vou sure vou
will not forget me amidst the amuse-
ments and gayeties of London ?"
"louniay rest satisued, my darling
Nell, I shall never forget you ; and let
us nope tne time is not iardistant when
I may be able to return and claim m v
little treasure for my dear wife."
lne last snpakp.r wns n rnnnir hnrrlta. I
ter, Charles Maiden, who, while on a
visit to a country aunt, had endeavored
to allay the ennui arising from the dull-
ness-of a rustic village, by falling in
love, or mauing believe to, with pretty
-v-iii -r.. ' 1 J
branches of a hard-worked curate, and
her fair, graceful form and unsophistl-
catea country manners Had proved irre
sistiuie attractions to tne rusticatine
mi... ii !! !.
iucv ncic nuw uu me uiuLiuruj, wait- i
i i ...: ; . ' ii.i
juk iui iuo Liaiu buub itub lu uuiiv jiai
uen away irom love aua oeauiy.
J r 1 1 t . I
He wrote pretty regularly for the first
three weeks after be reached town : and
then, as time wore ou. bis letters be-
came notes; and then even these grew
lew ana lar between: until at length,
after the anxious Nell had received no
reply to three successive espistles, the
correspondence ceased altogether.
Lnon His return to town. Maiden had I
proceeded to bis usual chamber, in the
Miaaie lempte, and ior a lew weeKS
bad kept to the many good resolutions
made while away from temptation.
I? i t f ti t. HAriAna ltn 1 1 n il it i-'ifl ml hnnlr
Ulf UCgltU UI IllEU UUVrKV
into the usual irregularities always
open to a student if be choses to adopt
Shortly after bis return be had been
introduced to Arthur Harcourt, whose
friends bad desired him to get called to
tne bar, and wno uad taKen cnamrjers
in iissex Court for that purpose.
iow, Maiden was very poor, auu ins
new aquaintance being exactly the re-
verse, tie considered the iriendsuip
might be made conducive to his benefit,
So be exerted himself to please, and
with so much success that for some
Heeiis luvy ijuu uccu uuuiij uuusmuii
One morning Harcourt was seated in
bis cbambprs. (?ndpavorinf to nllav thn
pangs of an aching head, by copious
libations oi soda water.
Maiden badjust come, and had been
seated on the sofa for a couple of min -
utes, wuen Harcourt spoKe.
"Upon my word, Charlie, I'm tired to
death! I wish you could think of
something that would relieve the mo
notony of existence."
"I'm sure I hardly know what tosug
gest," he replied, reflectively. "Let's
occ , uaulUL 13 IU OCOSUI) wuat uu vuu
say to having a day at West Drayton ?
II A frtnlnfr ullfl 1 11 ll nt thn -n il n n rl n !
iuui a, wuccuu 11 i i.uG 1 wvi, iiun m
worm at tne otuer. 100 siow," rcpuea
Jiarcourc, witn jounsonian orevity.
"What do you say to Uirine a Skill,
T 1 11 1 1 . 1 j. I
jiuviuga pun up lue river, auu uimug
at Richmond ?"
'.Don't care auout making a toll or a
pleasure ; rowing, this weather, is only
nt ior galley-slaves."
or a few minutes there was silence,
and me students puueu contemplative-
ly at tueir navanas.
At length Maiden cried out, ".Eureka!
I have it, Arthur ! Suppose we put an
advertisement in me paper ior a young
lady to take charge of a single gentle-
man's establishment? Let applicants
come here; if we offer the inducement
01 a nign salary we suan nave a couple
01 nuuareo, ana tne necessary exami-
nation will be great fun !"
"It's not a bad idea : but won't It be
rather cruelly disappointing to them ?"
remarked Harcourt, who was naturally
of a kindly disposition, which Maiden
was doing 1113 best to spoil.
"Not a bit of it," replied tbe other.
"If you feel any scruples of conscience
you can pay mem tneir expenses, and
then it will be a good morning's work
for some Of them."
"I don't altogethr like the idea, Char-
ie ; it doesn't seem manly to me, you
."Tina- In 1 '
"Hor goodness saKe, Harcourt, don't be-
gin preaching! Let's decide that it
sball be done. I'll draw up the adver-
tisement, and if we put it in to-morrow,
why we cau let the people call the fol-
lowing uay, wnicn win De Friday, will
mat suit you V"
- xi you reany minK it's an rigut,
.triuay win suit me as well as any other
day; but- "
"All right there thaTs settled. Now
I'll go and have the advertisement in-
serted. By-the-bye, you may as well
let me have five pounds if you have
mem nandy, for 1 want to pay the news-
paper people, arid I'm rather short."
Maiden generally was short: never-
theless, Harcourt banded over tbe re-
quireu sum, auu wun a careless "au
t 1 1 1 . t 1 1 .
revolr!" be took himself off.
The next day the following appeared
among the "Wants" In the leading
tt X r--
"VTT ANTED A young lady, amiable and ac -
-IL fyili ad r Preposess.ng appear-
outciu, u,&ciueeuiireriiHr?HniiLcpni moni
household References exchanged. Salarv
K IT 1 1 Hit H til HFPHI IP m 11 n '
80. Aouiv Fridjv. Ii
.. oen ll and 2, ground
floor, No., Essex Court, Middle Temple.
On the Frldav mnrnlno- tha frlQ,T,
had breakfasteS toeether. and the latin
, , . - " . a -.buua
dress had just cleared the table, when
Maiden said, "There's eleven strikinc !
ITT U-ll 1 1 . . .. .. P!
ixr i it i ci -
At that mnmpnt a f,lnf fa rl'il .uJIa
-"- i mo ucat u
at tbe door of the room.
"Hallo, there's one of them ! The
laundress must haveieft the 'oak open!
Come in !
The door opened, and in walked a
young lady, dressed in a neat black stuff
costume, with a small felt bat, from
under which fell a quantity of golden
As she entered the room, her gaze
was timidly directed towards the carpet;
but she had scarcely arrived at the
table In the centre of the room, when
Maiden suddenly exclaimed, "Confound
It! Nellie May, by all that's unfortu
nate !" 1
Nellie looked up in astonishment at
wfrt-: -i.- .
j , . i ... . il
BLIt? fiallli .111- JUU1UUU. UUL 1 1 1 1"-. 11 1 1 I
- o ' T ;. ' 1
w.ot,, T "wi - . uu of
Vi.jT...r... . 1 ,
Allow me to take my leave. I wish
you good morning!"
And, witu a dignified bow, JSellie
passed from the room.
C?M1.. 1 I 1 -I i i
,i. r , . i .
the frout door ere a mist seemed to come
before her eyes, and, losing all her
ha'e fa.1Iet? to
ground had notHarcourt, who had fol
lowed ner irom the room, supported
The fresh air and the knowledge of
. .... . .
nor nnaiM nn hrntmlif Im. f 1. ., -.1 I
Coloring deenlv. she centlv removed
his arm, but as she did so stacirered and
almost ieil again,
Offerinrr his arm. TTnrnonrr onM A1.
low me to see vou to a cab. Miss Mav."
"Thank you," replied Nellie, grate-
fi rnr l.u n0ci05 iit i,,, haon
very well lately, and the siebt of Mr.
" " w..Miv. .. UMWW MV VH...
Maiden recalled some unpleasant recol-
("Tallinn1 tl fnnr-wlipolpr In "Rlnf. f rppt.
still more carefully did he note down the
address wnicu sue gave the driver,
About a fortnight previous to the in
sertion oi tne advertisement, Mrs.
Richards, widowed sister of Mr. May,
wrote and invited Nellie to srtnnd a few
weeks with her.
As Mr. May had noticed that his
daughter had lost her color, and had not
appeared very well lately, ue accepted
his sister's invitation with gratitude,
and Nellie was dispatched up to tawn.
While stavinir with her aunt, she had
observed the announcement, and acting
iinnn Trq mp.hnril's nrlvfpp. Iinrl ilotor- I
mined to apply for the situation, with
the result related.
The next morning, about twelve
o'clock, as Mrs. Eichards was employed
with some needle work, and .Nellie was
ii.- i xi.- ' -r ..ii i.
here's a gentleman wants to see Mta
hnwintr tn hnth lnr!ipi. tnrn'pd tn "fCpllip I
.i.i. m i i.i .
wilii u aiiiiie, unu sain . i
nir i j . in.
iuu muab umuuu ui v tun usiuu, ixias i
may ; out i. coum not resist caning 10
r . i -r 1 1 i 1 1 1 . I
inquire after your health, and also to
explain and apologize for the cruel hoax
of which vou were yesterday the
utyv.wf.Hw wa uw w. w. mw ,
He then proceeded to relate now Mai-
den and himself had fabricated the ad'
verti6ement that bad attracted her.
Bv the time he had brought his visit
to n conclusion. Mrs. Klcnards 11 au dls-
covered that she had formerly been ac-
auinteu witn Mrs. uarcourt, Artuurs
mother; so, when be rose to take his
leave, be received an invitation from
tlin nUnii InHir fn rnnonf hlmiifitf mhinli I
LL1C illUJ .U 1VJ1VI, UIU I 1111 1 nUtLll,
if eyes speak the truth, was certainly
not negatived by the younger.
court found Maiden seated in bis arm
cbair. enjoying a cigar, to which be bad
helped himself from the box on a table.
walking up to tne nrepiace, iiarcourt
leaned against the chimney piece, and
steauuy oDserviug tiiesmoKer.ooserveu:
"I have but now returned from Miss
May's, wiiere i nave Deeu to apologize
for yesterday's business."
"O ! been to see little Nellie, have
you?" replied Maiden, with iudltler-
euut. au, ducduuvouihiduii, uut. uu i
awful fool. I bad great fun with her
down in tne country, Dut i soon got
f irm! nf her : she's much too attentive. 1
vou know, bhe "
Harcourt sprang iorward, and witn
his expressive features workingwith ex
citement, exclaimed : "Silence, sir; if
you say anotner woru against mat gin
I'll pitch you neck and crop out of the
For a moment Maiden gazed at bis
companion in astouisnmeut ; out lie
looked so tuorouguiy in earnest tnat ne
saw he was not to ue piayeu witu.
QU, WIIU a IIUKC ui aaiisiu lu uis lUUCi
he quietly observed : "Really, Arthur,
I .. n nl- o wo "1"1 fllli Inll nna Hull Cn rn I
i w 9 uuiiuiiuiu min mi. mil. ....v. v c- 1
uement a cnampiou. suouiu nave
Deen more careiui in wuat x saiu."
"And 1 advise you to De more Circum-
. r .1.. r. . 1 .. nr r T .1 ..
spect in lue luiuie, 1111. iubiucii,
"Ha, ha, ba !" laughed Maiden, as he
slowly rose and commenced putting on
his gloves. "How the fellows at the
club will laugu at tne idea 01"
Harcourt frowned and interrupted
him, saying, "I warn you once for all,
Maiden. If 1 hear vou have been utter
intr a word resnectinir either Miss Mav
or myself, I'll give you the soundest
thrashing a man ever had."
It was about three months after Har-
court's first visit to Mr. Richard's that
he and Nellie were seated together in
the drawing-room. Harcourt had only
"I am sorry, Mr. Harcourt." observed
"Nellie, "hut mv aunt has rrone out
shopping, and will not return for a
couple of hours."
"And I; on the contrary, am pleased
to bear it, Miss May : for it gives mean
opportunity of asking you a question."
"indeed!" replied JNellle, Innocently,
"I shall be most pleased to reply if it
be in my power."
"Tt is in vnnr nnwer snlrt TTaronnrt!
and then, seating himself beside her, he
took her hand, and continued : "Evef
T r: - . ... -v.. 1 1 1 t 1. .. .
since I first saw vou. Nellie. T have
loved von. anil mv nffpnrlnn linsi in-
creased day by day ; and now I want to
ask vou if vou can reciorocate tbe feel-
inir sufficiently to eive me this dear lit-
tie hand to become my wife ? You do
not reply," continued he. "May I take
silence for consent Y"
"But will you take me after what I
told you passed between Mr. Maiden
"Yes, undoubtedly I will !" exclaim
ed he. "Onlv anv that vou love me !'
"I do!" replied Nellie, softly; "and
and you have made me very happy !"
When Mrs. Richards returned from
shopping, she was not a trifle scandal
ized to discover her niece reclining in a
But while Nellie ran awav unstairs.
1 .. . 1
an smiles and tears to Hide her confu-
sion. Arthur explained matters satis-
factorilv to her aunt. In two months
the wedding took place with the usual
I uvwuiiJttuiuikii ui uiiucauiuiusi tvaiOi
1 Cake and toasti.
Arthur Harcourt has not vet broueht
I .... . ..
I . .... . ..
ms wl,e Home from the IbOUtll 01 b ranee,
wnltner tuey went for their honeymoon,
but, judging from his letters, he has not
I ,r,:foH f .r.llr, v
,kuhwia vi uui ..liunij, 1 M -'"ti
l IL IB EUIU LUI
It is said that Mrs. A. T. Stewart's
chanties have amounted to more Since
the death of her husband than did his
during all his life. However that may
be, it seems that her principal object in
viol tl n rr l t w- rr ntno nann rr horfrrlnnr I
letters. Her return is expected shortly.
when the bezcars will have a fresh
chance and tbe letter carriers additional
"Ma, dear," said an intelligent little
pet, "what do they play the organ so
Is it to
ioua ior wnen cnurcn is over
wake us up ?"
The man who had a project on foot
Went to, a com doctor.
The Xjut of Newspapers.
Subscribers who do not give express notice
uw v.uut.Atuj' uig vuuaiucivu ua niauiu w I
continue their subscriptions.
n -w . . .. . . . 1
their newspapers, the publisher may con-
tlnue to send them until all arrearages are
3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their I
newspapers from the offices to which they are
directed, the law holds them responsible until
they have settled the bills, and ordered them
4. If subscribers remove to other places with
out informing the publisher, and the newspa
pers are sent to the former direction, they are 1
5. The courts have decided that refusing to I
take newspapers from the office, or removing
and leaving them uncalled for, is prima lade
manM nr inf.nllnna! fwini 1
C. The postmaster who neglects to give the I
legal notice of the neglect ol a person to take I
from the office the newspapers addressed to
him, is liable to the publisher for the subscrlp-1
LIST DF POST OFFICES.
I 1. i .. n r. d.i... nil4 -il.. l 1 1 1 I
11 1 f 1 1 .1 .5 IMIlkll) J1UU1 iHIUj V J I- 1 11 1 u U1UIA1IU 1
sin, Jordan Valley, Rye Valley, Wlngville.
express rtancn, iiuoraao.uem, iiumDoiat tsa-
A Ima VolTow rAn.lll4 H -! O fl..nlr t'l 1 . 1
Valley, Liberty, Little Elk, Newport, Newton,
..i-'vt. immjiuuiiailia i i'l 1 1 1 1.1 LI. 111111. . I
i-miomaui, siarr's roini, summii, loieuo, la-
Beaver. Butte Creek. Canby. Clackamas.
uiear ureeK, uuuingsvnie, Damascus, Eagle
Creek, Glad Tidings. Highland. Molalla. Mll-
waukle, Needy, Norton, Oregon City, Oswego,
Sandy, Springwater, Zion, New Era.
Astoria. Clifton. Jewell. Knanna. Nehalem.
SKipanon, seasiue iiouse, wesiporu
Coo River, Coouilie, Dora, Empire CUj-, En
mus, Marshneld, North Betd, Randolph, SI1-
""iL . . . . V . ...
KT.M.i mtrt n.l.lrnnta IT.! 1 .1 T I
.v",". ,'.";"'"'i."""?,?i uiuuu, im-i
ai" - eiens, auavie s isiana, acappoose.
, , . .
Looklnggiass. Myrtle Creek North Canyon-
Aivoru. uanyon (jiiy. uamn waison. nay-
T. jnu ir.i.( r.i; ii.,.i.,...(n..
"'"i""" u i,,iiiwm.iu.iiiii.1
Appiegate, Ashland Mills. Brownsborough,
Central Point, Eagle Point, t Grant's Pass, Hot
, " ... '. I
Valley, Snrague River, Table Rock, Willow
KIrby, Leland, Slate Creek, Waldo.
Big Prairie, Cottage Grove. Creswell,
""P ninjMcUon'' i2nVeTomeM
hnwW. ptpasnnt itiu. Tt--ittiPBnirir. su uiaw
Spencer Creek, Springfield, Willamette Forks.
1 11. ,.ft Tt nmMi TliviiKiiBirtMiift pi-n ...
AIUUHJ 13 1 11 1 1 1 1. ( .11 II 1 11.1 1 111 1. , VilUII"
&.ravll'? D,la,mo2d 8"iiFoS Valley, Grass
Peoria. Pine. Fcio. Shedd's. Soda Springs 80-
davllle, sweet Home.
Aurora, Aumsville. Buttevllle, Brooks, Fair
field. Gervats. Hubbard. Jefferson. Marlon.
Monitor, Newellsvllle, Salem, Silverton, Stay-
ion, ou iaut, Turner, wooaourn.
East Portland, Portland, .Powell's Valley,
at- jonns, wiiiameuesiougu
uanoami, Kiicues.eiaris, isesiocmon, m-
Butter Creek. Hcppner. Lenoe. Marshall,
Meadowville. Milton. Pilot Rock, Pendleton,
umattiia, wesion, wiuow torts.
Cove, Island City, La Grande,North Powder,
Oro Deii.summerviiie, Union, Wallowa.
AnleloDe. Brldee Creek. Hood River. Mitch
ell. MU Hood. Prineville. Scott's. Shellrock.
Spanish Hollow, The Dalles', Warm Springs,
Wasco, Wliiougnuy, f ossil.
Beaverton, Cedar Mill, Cornelius, Dllley.For-
i';ii-1 nr'! i. prr v. 1 uaiaiin. wanaio.
Amity, Bellevue, Carleton, Dayton, Way-
ctte, McMinnvllle, North Yamhill, Sheridan,
m Tun Vfct. Pliphnlpin . wlipntlnnd Xfwhinr
St. Joe, West Cliehalem, Wheatland, Newberg.
Neah Bay, New Dungeness, Port Angeles.
Battle Ground, Brush Prairie, Fourth Plain,
Martin's lllurr. noneer. stougmon. union
Ridge, Vancouver, washougal. f
Cedarvllle. Chehalls Point, Elma. Hoqulam,
.MODiesino, uaKviue, saisop, snaron.
Castle Rock. Freeport. Kalama. Lower Cow-
i"z'"""1IO'iIUCoffln' ak olDt Pekln'
Coupevllle, Coveland, Dugally, UUalady.
Port Discovery, Port Ludlow, Poit Townsend.
Black River, Dwamlsh. Fall City. Seattle'.
siaugmer, snoquaimy, oquacK, wuiie mver.
Port Blakelv. Port Gamble. Port Madison.
rort urcnaru, seaoecK, lecKiiu
Block House, Columbus, Goldendale, Klicki
tat, wane sairaon.
Aihiiuui wwiomi n uiii. iii.il.., niauuaiuii.un-
Iitz, Glen Eden, Little Falls, Meadow Brook,
llnaniiiii DnlcfnW 11, ill. .1 1 1 .. nt..,,..,, r,n
cuuck, silver trees, winioca.
Arcada, Lightvllle, Oakland, Skokomish.
uiversiae, &outu ueua, unity, woouwara's
Elhl, Franklin, Lake View, New Tacoma,
I-uyaiiup, sieuacoom wuy, racoma.
San Juan, Lopaz, Orcas.
Centervllle, Lowell, Mukllteo, Snohomish,
Crab Creek. Four Lakes. Fort Colvllle. Hang
man's Creek, Pine Grove, Hock Creek, Rosalie,
Spokane Bridge, Spokane Falls, Union Ridge,
ViUui mufti iniUiuiuiiii nuiiiu,viyuipiuv, I
r. ii .. .. 1 . T)nn... . I . 1 n I t n i i . I
lauaiquuii, icuiuu, iiuuwuicr, xeiin.
Cathlamet, Eagle Cliff, Skamokaway.'VVater-
Alpawa, Burksvllle, Dayton, Patahl, Patahl
"i 1 .1 .. T... 1. ,. MrnllDhiimd ll'.ll. 111.11..
I -r. ' . ' .. . ' 3- I I
Prairie, Tukanon, waiUDurg', Walla Walla,
Ce1" HJS' L?umaAer,Lehmhl,
mi. Lynden. Nootsachk. Point William.
Samlsh, Seahome, Selahmoo, Ship Harbor.
i.i i .. t i i 1 1 1 1. m 1 . 1 ' i. .. i ... I
OUip ISlHUU, OlLUKtb, 1IUUC1, V UULCU111.
Cedar Creek, Colfax, Ewartsvllle.Owensburg,
Paloiise, Steptoe, Union Flats, Walton.
Attannm.EUensburg, Fort simcoe, Kittitas,
Konnowock, Nanum, Pleasant Grove, Selah,
Money Order Offices.
W. J. QDINN,
Stark street, between First and Second,
SUITS MADE TO OBDEB
the jtest Style, and guaranteed to give
THE NEW NORTHWEST.
FIFTH TE1B OF PUBLICATION !
., ii - in llnnTIMII n'r
Ht NtW NUK I H W 0 I ,
A Weekly Journal
DEVOTEO TO THE PEOPLE'S BEST INTERESTS!
Independent Id Politics and Religion !
MKS. A. J. DCN1W1Y..
.Editor and Proprietor.
MRS. C. A. COBUBA
nn -nrvnr mm ma-M-.r n . . I
ner of Front and Washington Strjets, (up-
stairs), Portland, Oregon.
EDITORIAL ROOMS-Corner Fourlh and "F"
The New Northwest Is not a Woman's
Rights, but a Human Rights orsan, devoted
to whatever policy may be necessary to secure
the greatest good to the greatest number. It
knows no sex, no politics, no religion, no party,
no color, no creed. Its foundation is fastened
upon the rock of .Etornal Liberty, Universal
Emancipation and Untrammeled Progression.
TERMS, IN ADVANCE:
Single copies, one year
Six months- ........
- 1 75
Agents and Canvassers !
NOW IS THE TIME TO SUBSCRIBE!
THE SERIAL STORY,
'EDNA AND JOHN,"
By Mrs. Duniway,
Will soon bf published regularly from week
SEND IN YOUR ORDERS EARLY!
F11" Friend, to the Support ornoman
KlchU ud Tbe People's Paper
DELLIXGF.Il fc CO-
Washington St., bet. Second and Third,
PORTLAND . 1 OREGON
E MANUFACTURE AN
A SO. 1 ARTICLE OF
And all kinds of Pastry usually found in a First
ea" Goods delivered to any part of the eity.
PORTLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION.
BOOMS-Corner First uuil Stark gts.,
over Ladd & Tlltou's Bank.
Contain! Oier Seven Tbousasd Choice Eooka
Over 100 Fapcrg and Magazines.
MEMBERSHIP FREE TO ALL
Monthly Dues 81 00 Payable Quarterly
Directors Win. S. Ladd. P. C. Seuuyler. Jr..
S1, X. 17CUAU.I1. Y . tUI UCkl. . XI. D1UUD.CII, I
A. V- ItlUUf . I T. licwla. Y . r frTlTli HUJUlrir. n.
MATTHEW P. DEADY. President
H. FAILING Vice President
P. C. SOHUYLER.Jr .Treasurei
M.W. FECHHEIMER. Corresnondlnz Sec
HENRY A. OXEK Librarian and Rec. Sec
FOR THK BEST
Euchtol & Stolto's
PALACE OF ART,
Corner of First and Morrison streets, Portland,
Who are suffering from the effects of youth-
iui lollies or indiscretion win uo wen 10 avail
theinselvesof thls,the greatest boon everlaid
NEY will guarantee to forfeit $500 for every
case of seminal weakness or private disease
01 any Kinuorcnaracierwnicn.neunaeriaKes
and falls to cure. He would, therefore, say to
the unfortunate sufferer who mavread this
notice, that you are treading upon dangerous
ground when you longer delay In seeking the
E roper remedy foryour complaint. You may
e in the first stage; remember you are ap
proaching the last. It you are bordering upon
lhelast,andnresufferingsomeorallof Its HI
effects, remember that if you persist In pro
crastination, the time must come when the
most skillful Physician can render you no as
sistance; when the doorof hope will be closed
against you; when no angel of mercy can
bring relief. In uo case lias the Doctor latled
ot success. Then let not despair work upon
your'Imaginatlon. but avail yourself ot the
beneficial result of his treatment before your ,
case is beyond the reach of medical skill, or I
oetore grim ueaiu uurries you to a premature
grave. Full course of treatment, $25. Send
money by Post Office order or Express, with
full description of case. Call on or address
DIt. A. B. SPINNEY.
5 5 No. 11 Kearny street, San Francisco.
I n IV K GROCERIES,
FLOUR OF ALL GRADES,
Selected Teas, Pure Coffees and Spices,
BUTTER AND CHEESE
From the Best Dairies,
FOUEIGX AND DOMESTIC IltUITS,
Canned Fruits ana Vegetables,
And a full variety of other goods usually kept
in a urst-ciass store.
Corner E and Third streets.
Goods promptly delivered, free of expense.
THE CLARENDON HOTEL,
LZlEflEK & KXOWI.ES, Proprietors.
Situated Opposite all the Railroad
Street Cars pass the House every Ave minutes.
FREE COACH TO AND FROM THE HOUSE.
ALISKY & HECELE'S
PREMIUM CANDT HAXUFACT0KT.
Alder St., bet. First ana Second.
ICE CREAM AND WATER ICES IN SEASON.
The only place to get the Justly celebrated
PAN ROASTS AND OYSTER PATTIES.
". Foot ol Y inhill street.
SORENSEN & TAYLOR.
ALL KINDS OF WOOD,
Sawed and unsawed, constantly on hand, and
a ueuvereu to any part oi tne city. t
A. C. WALLINC,
Book and Job Printer,1
PITTOCK'S BUILDING, UP-STAIRS,
Corner Front and Stark streets,
ork done at REASONABLE RATES. 2-28
FLORENCE SEWING MACHINE.
rator litn thn TTnwp or Slneer. to meet tne views
where. ... - -
131 Third street, between Alder and Morrison, with Badger's Music Store.
Sold on the Installment Plan: $10
vrVTT rAW'T ATT'OriT) "A Complete Pictorial History or the
YOU OA 1 A.H XI UKiJ TImc."--The best. cheapest, and most
TO BE WITHOUT ITI giiccessfulFainllyPnperlutliellnloii."
A MONTHLY ILLUSTRATED PAPER PUB
111. eel at Portland. Some of the ablest
writers in tne state are contriDuiors to lis col
umns. The West Siioke is
The Only Illustrated Paper
In Oregon, and contains In each Issue beside
articles of General Literature a description of
some portion of the State or Washington Ter
ritory. A full list of farming lands to let or for
sale. Eas an
Illustrated Horticultural Department,
and other valuable Information not to be found
In any other paper on the coast. A copy of It
sent to friends abroad will give them a better
Idea or the Pacinc Nortnwesi man any omer
Sent postage paid for one year on receipt of
$1.50: single copies, 20 cents. Address,
' r r . . 1 1 11 IT
5 4 Portland, Oregon.
OREGON & CALIFORNIA RAILROAD CO.
NO. 21. I TIME SCHEDULE. I NO. 21.
t iu A JJ." X' UVA uuxwa,. uu.a 1
L 1876, at 12 m. for the government and in-
formation of employes only: the Company re
serve the right to vary therefrom as clrcnm
stances may require.
Dally (Sunday oxcepted) as follows:
PORTLAND AND ROSEBURG
Portland 7:30 a.m. I Roseburg 7:00 p.m
Roseburg 5:00 A. H. I Portland4:15 P. M.
ALBANY " EXPRESS TRi IN,
Dally (except Sundays),
Portland .S:50 r.M. I Albany . 8:25 P. M:
Albany ...E:30a.ji. I Portland...... 10:05 A. M.
Daily (exoapt Sunday)
Portland 6:15 A. yt. I Junction 6:00 P. M
Junction 5:45 A. M. Portland 5:15 p. H.
The Oreson and California Railroad Ferry
makes connection with all Regular Trains.
close connections are maueal ttoseourewun
the Stages of the California and Oregon Stage
na-Ticneis ior sate to an ine principal points
in California and the East, at Company's otlice,
Cor.F and Front Sts.,at Ferry Landing, Portland.
ttS" Storaee will be Charged on Freiaht re
maining in Warehouses over 21 hours.
asr Freigntwlll not be received rorsnipment
after 5 o'clock p. 31.
J. BRANDT. Jr.,
U U DnnrDD n.n Cunt
In. 1 . 1 1 V! VI 1. 1 1 1 n UUJiw
Gen. Freight and Passenger Agent.
THE OREGON CENTRAL R. R. CO.
TO TAKE EFFECT ON MONDAY, MARCH
Trains will run between
PORTLAND AND ST. JOSEPH,
Dally (except Sunday)
Portland 2:30 p. jr. I St. Joseph 6:30P.M.
St. Joseph G:S0 A. ii. Portland 10:30 a.m.
Connecting at Cornelius with stages for Forest
Urove ; at St. Josepn ior an points soutn nnu
. T ..... II. M.lllnnwllln A In I , f .. .
ncab uitiuj cue, jiv.niuuvijic, liuiij, niuu-
mouth, independence, uuena v ista anu uor-
C3"Passenirers received at Fourth street sld
Ineron slcnallne tbe train, but are prohibited
from getting on or off the train at any other
point on tne street.
Passengers cettlnz on the trains nt Tickot
Stations without tickets, will be charged twea-
ty-nve cents extra.
c Freigut received at tne tompanys ivew
ware-noust?, out win noi ue receiveu lorsuiu-
mentarter&p. M. J. BKAJNUT, jr..
Sinister & Davidson,
Corner First and
Yamhill streets, Portland,
Cor. Front and Alder streets.Portland, Oregon.
"VTEW. NEAT AND CLEAN. EVERY DE-
1 partment conducted as it should be. La
dles' Department a Specialty.
Board per month .... ......$20 00
Board per week . 5 00
Board per day.
Good square meal-.. .. 2oc
5-19 RIDER & HERSEY, Proprietors.
TNVITES HIS OLD PATRONS AND THE
Jl Public generally to call at his
NEW BUTCHER SHOP,
Wiuthiuston St., one door cast of Third.
C. F. STEWART,
Corner ot First and Yamhill streets,
WATCH-MAKER AND JEWELER,
AND DEALER IN
Clocks, Watches and Jewelers' Goods.
Repairing done as nsual, and special atten
tion given to Repairing Spectacles and Fitting
THE BEST MACHINE IN THE WORLD
It does more work, more kinds of work
better work, and docs It easier than any other
If there Is a "Florence" within a thousand
miles of Portland not giving entire satisfac
tion. If 1 am Informed of it I will attend to It
without expense of any kind to Its owner.
We have the new style of "Florence" Ma
rina i hint. fri thn work awav from the ope
01 mose iiieicinus mj
tv rn Spwlnn RUk and Twist: John Clark.
Down, and $10 a Month till paid for..
NOTICES OF THE PRESS.
"Harper's Weekly" Is the ablest anJ most
powerful illustrated periodical published in
this country. Its editorials are scholarly and
convincing, and carry much weight. Its illus
trations OI current evems arts iuu uuu ireou,
and are prepared by our best designers. With
a circulation of 150,000, the "Weekly" is read by
at least half a million persons.anditsinfluenca
as an organ ol opinion Is simply tremendous.
The "Weekly" maintains a positive position
and expresses aeciueu views on political unu
social events. Louisville Courier-Journal.
Its articles are models of high-toned discus
sion, and its pictorial illustrations are olten
corroborative arguments of no small force.
IN. Y. Examiner anu unronicie.
IU papers upon existent questions and its
Inimitable cartoons help to mould the senti
ments of the country. Pittsburg Commercial.
"Harper's weeaiy" stanas at tne neau ui il
lustrated Journals In the United States, in cir
culation, editorial ability, and pictorial illus
trations. Ladles' Repository.
Postage Free to all Subscribers in the U. S.
Harper's Weekly, one year..84 00.
$4 00 includes prepayment nf U. S. postage by
Subscriptions to "Harper's Magazine,'
"Weekly" and "Bazar," to one address Ior one
year, $10 00; or, two of Harper's Periodicals to
one address for one year, $7 00: postage free.
An Extra Copy of either the "Magazine,'
"Weekly," or "Bazar" will be supplied gratis
for every Club of Five Subscribers at $4 00 each
at one remittance; or, Six Copies for $20 00,
without extra copy: postage free.
Back Numbers can be supplied at any time.
The Annual Volumes of "Harper's Weekly,
In neat cloth binding, will be sent by express
free of expense, $7 00 each. A Complete Set
comprising Nineteen Volumes, sent- on re
ceipt of cash at the rate ot S3 25 per volume
freight at expense of purchaser.
Prominent attention will be given In "Har
per's Weekly" to the illustration of the Centen
nial International Exposition.
Newspapers are not to copy this advertise
ment without the express orders of Harper &
HARPER A BROTHERS,
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 or Instruction, to
imnnrt in a short sDaceoftime that knowledge
of Business Theory and actual Business Rou
tine wnicn requires years oi experience 10 om
TrciRortAPTTY taus-ht under the superin
tendence of an Experienced Teacher and Prac
tical Operator. PHONOGRAPHY under the
superintendence of a Practical Short-hand Re
Ladles' Department now organized, and lady
students now In attendance.
For full particulars, send for N. B. College
Address DeFKANCK & WIUTE,
5 3 Lock Box 101, Portland, Oregon.
GOOD HOTEL AND LIVERY STABLE
greatly neeueu at nwaco ana ngnu
Mpnih. V. T. Parties desirous ot Investing
will be furnished ground upon very favorable
terms. Applyto J. D. HO LMAN, Portland.
ONLY A FEW MORE LOTS AT ILWACO
and North Beach will be sold at the Re
duced Rates, and to parties only who intend to
build the present season. Apply to
J. D. HOLMAN, Portland.
FISHERIES AND TANNERIES.
T7ERY DESIRABLE SITES FOR SALMON
V Fisheries and Tanneries for sale.
Apply to J. D. HOLMAN. Portland,
And after February 5th, at Ilwaoo, W. T.
BARBER & NICKLIN,
(Successors to J. H. Hatch,)
No. 100 First street, Portland, Oregon.
rpHE UNDERSIGNED, IN TAKING LEAVE
J. of Portland, returns his sincere thanks for
the liberal patronage that has been bestowed,
and would bespeak lor his successors a contin
uance of the same. Both Drs. Barber fc Nlck
Iin are gentlemen in every way worthy of any
confidence that may be placed in them, and as
such I can conscientiously recommend them
to my former rriends and patrons.
5-31 J. H. HATCH.
3. McCRAEEN & CO.,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
50, 52,51 & 58 North Front St , Portland, Or.,
AGENTS FOR GILROY'S DUNDEE BAGS
and Bagging ; McMurray and W. K. Lewis
t Bros. Case Goods; Oswego Klngsford Starch;
Huunewell's Spices, Cream Tartar and Crys
talline Oil ; Gross i Co.'s and Emory's Sons'
Candles; Salem Lead Co.'s White Lead. Also,
for the following Flouring Mills : Magnolia,
Standard, Lebanon, Aumsville and Mission.
N. B. Special attention paid to Ship's busi
ness and purchasing Cargoes of Wheat and
Flour. 4 50
OREGON TRANSFER COMPANY
Office and Hack Stables,
S. W. Cor. First and Stark Sts.
All business entrusted to us will be executed
with care and dispatch.
Orders for Hacks Promptly Attended to, Day
MR. D. II. IIENDEE
HAS JUST RETURNED TO THE CITY
again arter nearly two years' absence In
tbe country, and can be found at his old busi
ness TAKING PICTURES In the Gallery
formerly owned by Bosco i Megler, on
First St., bet. Morrison and Yamlilll,
Where he will be happy to wait upon all of his
old friends, and as many new ones as may fa
vor him with a call. 5-45
DR. J. G. GLENN,
Southwest corner First and Yamhill,