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TORTLAND, OREGOX , THURSDAY, SEPTEM BER 23, 16S0 LOCAL EPITOPE. Counterfeit half-dollars are reported in circula tion in the city. Street improvements are being made in many parts of the city. The Hancock clubs of this city hold very enthu siastic meetings. Sir. J. F. Williams will act as door-keeper at the Mechanics' Fair. Mr. A. Roberts a.m his daughter, Miss Sarah, have returned from Europe. Mr. W. P. Olds, of the firm of Olds & King, has gone to San Francisco to make selections of goods for his firm. Mrs. H. "W. Scott has returned home from a -visit to relatives and friends in Chicago and La ,trobe, Ponn. Owing to the superior finish and excellence of -work, Abell stands preSraiuent as a photographer. 'Give him a call. The twelve-hours-a-day six-day go-as-you-please pedestrian match commenced at Turn Halle yes terday afternoon. Mrs. Wass, No. 64 Morrison street, has a full -supply of Demorest's reliable patterns. Send stamp for catalogue. The receipt of a ticket for the Linn County Fair, commencing October Oth and continuing four days, is hereby acknowledged. Many Portlanders are attending the Washing ton County Fair at Hlllsboro. The managers are in good humor, as the gate receipts are large. Sugar-coated pop-corn (large doll with every ross), wholesale and retail, at Post Ofllce Candy store, in new building opposite the post ollicc. Broken candy is 20 cents, mixed candyfio cents, .and fancy mixed 40 cents a pound, at the Post Of fice Candy Store, in new building opposite the post office. S. F. Matthews, the popular landlord at the Chemeketn Hotel, Salem, is enjoying a fine run of lucrative business. The bon ton make his house their headquarters. The cisterns at the intersections of First and Al der nd First and Oak streets have been enlarged, walled with brick, and made water-tight. Each will hold 22,000 gallons. Domestic bliss is surely the desired end of all mortals. Enjoy it by using Pfunder's Oregon Blood Purifier, which will remove all superlluous bile and make everybody smile. . The O. R. & X. Co. announce that, until June 1, 1SS1, they will carry wheat, oats and mill stuffs from all points on the Willamette and Yamhill Rivers to Portland for SI per ton. A full stock of Butterick's celebrated jmttenis lias just been received at No. 04 Morrison street. Any one sending a stamp will receive a catalogue. Particular attention given to stamping. The Scottish Earl of Airiie, his eldest sou and heir, Lord Ogilvy, and his daughter, Lady Maude Ogilvy, are in the city. The Earl is interested in -the narrow-gauge railroad enterprise inaugurated by Wm. Reid. Ex-Atieriiey-Geiieral George A. Williams ar rived on Monday night by the State of California. He will probably enter the eaiiva-ss in Uii State for Garfield ami Arthur. From this time forward, lie will probably reside in Portland. The strictest attention is given to country or ders at the Post Office Candy Store, in the new building, corner Fifth and Morrison streets, where there is the largest and finest variety of cundies in Portland. The proprietor asks a trial. A young man advertises in the Standard that he wants to open correspondence with a young lady with a view to matrimony. His next ap pearance in print will irobabiy he when he adver tises her for leaving hfo bed "and board without cause. President and Mrs. Hayes, General and Miss Sherman, Colonel McCook, Colonel .Jaunt-on, William Hemm ami B. A. Hayes will reach Roe burg by stage on theSlth or the 30th insUtiit. The citizens' committee from Portland will meet them at that place. The remainder of the Presidential Krty will sail from San Francisco to-dny on the luinbia. J. W. Bailey. No, 47 Yamhill street, between Second ami Third, carries a large stock of staple ami fancy groceries. He also does a commission business in fruits and groceries, and buys all kinds of produce. Goods are delivered free to all pa trons in the city, and orders from a distance re ceive prompt attention. His prices are low, and his goods first-class. The preparations for the reception of the Presi dential party are being rapidly completed by the general committee of citizens appointed by Mayor Thompson. Sub-committees to provide music, rooms, carriages, etc., have been appointed. The following gentlemen will make arrangements for the public reception : J. N. Dolph, W. M. Ladd, P. Wasserman, J. McCraken and A. C. Gibbs. GENERAL NEWS. General Butler is campaigning for Hancock. The Chicago Club has won the Loague base-ball championship for 18S0. The military divison of the Pacific Coast won the second prize at Creedmoor. The trotting record was lowered to 2:101 by Maud S. at Chicago on Friday. The flow of gold from Europe to the United States is strong and shows no signs of weakness. Larkin G. Mead has shipped to America from Florence, Italy, models of the two remaining groups for the Lincoln monument at Springfield, Ills. The Democrats have resolved not to import Greenback speakers into Indiana, for fear the converts will be drawn from their own instead of fie Republican ranks. General Weaver ridicules the Democrats for claiming the result in Maine as a Democratic boom. Plaisted is a Greenbacker, and refused to make any pledge to the Democrats. The National Congress of Liberal Leagues c"o3ed a most inharmonious session at Chicago on Monday. Ingersoll withdrew from the Congress because he could not endorse the views of his col ic g aes, and R. E. Spencer was expelled for otter ing satirical resolutions on their liberal ideas. THE NEW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, SEPTEjMBER 23, 18S0. PRESS COMMENTS. 'From the Orcgonlun, September 1". The New Northwest is out in eight-page form, with clear new type, broad columns, and a general appearance and excellence which give it a character even more distinctive than that by which it has been so well known heretofore. Mrs. Duniway is entitled to great credit for her energy and perseverance in carrying on this paper and building it up under many difficulties, and now, aided by her sons, who have taken hold of the work witli industry, ability and skill, she sees the growth of her enterprise and its assured success. The New Northwest is no "patent" inside or outside concern, with four or six pages made up of stale matter printed in San Francisco or Chi cago. It is a fresh weekly wholly made up and printed here. Though in one respect a special paper, its contents nevertheless embrace a wide variety of topics, in which, if we may judge from the growth of the paper, the public are taking an increasing interest. With the current number the paper begins its tenth year. From the Telegram, September 17. The New Northwest, according to promise, comes out this week in a new dress and entire change of form and general make-up. It bears in every column evidence of careful, painstaking labor, and as of yore bears aloft the banner of Equal Rights. An increase in its advertising patronage is also discernible. In short, it enturs its tenth year witli every indication of prosperity, and well merits the generous patronage of the reading public. 1 ' From the Standard, September 17.1 The new and handsome edition of the New JNorth west which was laid on our table Thurs day evening is a great improvement on the old paper. Instead of four, it lias now eight pages, and it is refreshing both to the eye and the mind by reason of its bright appearance typograph ically and the amount of choice reading matter it contains. We wish it renewed success. From the Bulletin, September 17. Tile New Northwest gives evidence of well deserVed nrosneritv. and as now nubliln1 l marked improvement on former editions, being eight pages, in place of four, and beautiful, as it is in a uranu new uress oi neat and pleasing type. From the Sunday Welcome, September 18. The New Northwest made its appearance Inst week, looking as prettv and sprightly as a maiden of sixteen in an elegant new dress. "Typo graphically it displays good taste, and editori ally it is unusually good. tSKXEKAI. WtAXT I.V IKS I. There is no doubt that those who so stronglv ad vocated the nomination of General Grant mlSSO have only iKstponed their hopes for four years, and will then make a more determined effort to accomplish what they so narrowly missed at Chicago this year. The third-term snake is only "scotched." not killed : but when n ease of lmek- ache or kidney complaint gives wav before the wregoii iviuney Tea, ine" surrender is final and complete, and it will never rise again. Sold by all dealers. NEW THIS WEEK. T. J. JOHNSTON. Jf. llOUKN. Johnston &, Holden, PLUMUKRS, GAS AND STKAM FITTERS. lOS Front Street, betueen .MorrKon and Yiuiililll, PORTLAND, OHKtioN, All orders promptly attended to. SatUaottoM gtuurantaed. Chart; moderate. j Sole Aicent for i Thr SprtnaJteUl Om Macklnr, Dm-' HU-am I'ump, tmd twSltf StHgei Irtm-Xtiw Stht lip. IN ADDITION to our largo stock of Lamps, Chandeliers, Oils,Unbreak abloChimnoys, Crockery, Classand Plated Ware, wo have boon appoint ed Sole Agonts for tho Tubular Stroot, Hotel and Outsldo Lamp, which is warranted to burn without a chimney in tho fiercest gale. Samples on exhibition. Received, a full supply of Fancy and Ordinary Flower Pots, Vasos, and Garden Ornaments, at vory low prices. 169 First Stroot. The EDISON LIGHT OIL Still Ahead. c23 lm Oolmiiliii Boot nxitl Shoe Store. WAI.TEK CROSnY. OKO. W. BILES. G. W. BILES & CO., 171 SccondSt., Centonnlal Block, hut. Morrison and Yamhill, Important and Donlers In Boots and Shoes! From the landing Manufactories of the East. CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK. selOtf XOTICE OF FINAL NKTTI.KJIKNT. VTOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE UNDER l signed, Administratrix of the estate of P. W. Davis, deceased, has tiled her final account In the County Court of the Stnle of Oregon for Multnomah county, and thnt Mon day, the 18th day of October, A. P. 1880. at the hour of ten o'clock A. m. of said day. lias been fixed by wild Court asthe hour for hearing objections. If any, to said final account. All persons Interested are therefore notified to be anil ap pear before said County Court at ten o'clock A. m. of said 18th day of October, A. D. 1S80, and file objections, If any they have, why said final account should not be allowed. HANNAH M. DAVIS, It Administratrix of the Estate of I. W. Davis, deceased. MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. Our Bargain Column! SALINGER'S CASH AUCTION, No. 210 First Street. What Yon Can Buy for 10c! ON OUH TEN-CENT TABLE: One Round Comb 10c One Back Comb 10c One " " Silver Mounted.....". 10c Twelve Pieces of Braid 10c A Large-Size Slate 10c A Frying-Pan 10c A Child's Apron 10c One Yard Brocaded Ribbon 10c One Box Collars .'. 10c Ono Dozon Load Pencils 10c One Silk Handkerchief ." 10c A Pookot Book 10c One Pair Child's Shoes 10c Pipes, Tinware, Fans, Tooth Brushes 10c And a Thousand Articles too numerous to mention FOB T3E1V CENTS I From New -York Auction, (PER STEAM EU COLUMBIA), This Xevy- 20 Pieces All AVool Debeige .ITc 15 " the Latest Designs Momie Cloth 25c 10 " Silk Striped Dress Goods ,..25c 5 " All Shades Satin Deslieims 2oc 25 " Black Luster Alpacca, extra wide 25c 10 " Irish Poplin 25c 78 " Plaid Dress Goods 10c 20 Snowtlake 10c 11 " Poplin de France 10c 3 " Lenox Suiting. ...10c S " Muitasea Dress Goods 10c fVll STORK IS SITUATED 2IO FIRST STREET, BB W I ween Tutor mmI Salmon. We hare our Number on the Awning Port for the Benefit of oar Numerous Custo mers. We have spread a Large Banner In the center of our room, which read : SALINGER'S .CASH AUCTION CO. seMtf USE ROSE PH.I.S. Q DFi. 313 Gc 0 1ST FURNITURE MANUFACTURING CO., MM. k.U'US, SMretarr. l'rrldrnt. Okpickanii Sai.ksikm.ms ( or. First .md Yamhill Streets, Factory t'orn-r Front and Madison Street, PORTLAND. OREGON rpiIIS COMPANY MANUFACTURES ALL KINDS OF X Furniture, from the ilHlnet and olienp&st to tho most Hubontte and oostly. n maintains iUt lending characteris tic, original and artisttc designs and superiority of work manship. THE O. F. 31. CO. A!.o keeps constantly In stock a complate line of CARPETS! WhichThey Offer at Very Low Prices. KOlU tf Robbins & Yates, IMPORTERS AND Wholesale and Retail Dealers IN flrst-class Picture Store. .ALSO.. THE CELEBRATED WHITNEY AND HOLMES ORGANS. These Orcnns we buy Direct from the Factory, nnd can therefore oner suporlor Inducements to purchasers. PIANOS! Decker Brothers', J. & C. Fischer's and the McCammon. It7"8mall Musical Tnntrnmnnts nnil Mualr.it Morchnndlnn of all kinds constantly on hand. RonnixK A VATKS, Jy8- 230 Flrnt Street, Portland, Oregon. 3m Frames, Mouldings, Chromos, Eneravlncs, Lithographs, Photos, Reliefs, Velvet Frames, Mats, Passepartouts. Picture Cord, Rraekets, Picture Rail Easels, And everything that pertains to a OREGON BLOOD PURIFIER, DREG OH Who will be our next President? That is the question Just now. How will I regulate my system ? was the question until Wm. Pfunder's Oregon Blood Purlfler was Introduced. A purely vegetible com pound. Try it ! Por Sale ly nil I)rns;ritj. HEALTH MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. LSD FACTS- Alarming prevalence of that Insidious, loathsome, danger ous, and often fatal disease, CATAREH! riNE-TENTIIS OF THE PEOPLE OF TIIE NORTH 1 west are suffering more or less from this baneful mal ady. ReliiK of scrofulous origin, hence constitutional, Its manifestations are as varied In form as the rainbow Is In colpr. CATAititu la scrofulous affection of the mucous mcmbrano whloh linos not only the throat and nasal pas sages hut also all the interior cavities brain, eyes, ears, stomach, liver, luncs, intestines, kidneys, bladder, and the entlro outicle of the body and in its different stages Is known as UuarrD, J)ry or Canceiious Catariiu. At first It usually nfleots the throat and nostrils, the Impurities of which are swallowed Into the stomach or inhaled into the lungs, thus poisoning the digestive, respiratory and genltQi urinary organs, and causing Deafness. Dyspepsia. Cohfetinas tlon, Chronic Diarrhoea, Bronchitis, l.eueorrhoea and Consumption, which hitter is very often only Oatahrh op the Luno. Ilonco It Is ovldent that any remedy, to ba effectual in permanently curing this disease, must possess the alterative properties necessary to eliminate from the blood the scrofulous virus, which is the primary cause of the malady, as well as to cleanse and "eal the afftcted membrane. Sure Cure for Catarrh ! Possesses these qualities in a preeminent degree, having first cured himself, and for the last twelve years he has used the Sure C'cke In his practice as a physician with the most gratifying and unvarying success. We would caution the public against purchasing- any preparation claiming to lie the same or similar. None genuine without the autograph, ".lames Keck, M. D.," on the wrapper of eacii package. We do not ask you to believe our unsupported statements, nor will we publish the certificates of unknown persons re siding In the Kist or at a great distance ; but, on the con trary, we respectfully refer thoe attlleted with CatarbiI to the following HOME TESTIMONY: IXR9lrlmlDGE. Eso" Capitalist, Portland, Or. JOSEPH HLCHTEL, Esq., Sheritr Multnomah eoantyi Portland, or. ' REV. ALONZO T. JONES, Salem, Or. JOSEPH DAVIS, Esq., Tenlno, wl T. 0H,EELKlU' E0" Merchant, East Portland. C.V1V,Il;MJlI,.I'fl t,EnBmee' CarShopsEaet Portland. W. II. CUMMINtfS, Emi., Peoria, Or. We have hundreds of testimonials from the most respect able citizens of Oregon and Washington, but only refer to the names of a few well-known and nrominentlndlvlduals. Ask your Druggist for lr. JmncH Keek's Sure Cure for C'atnrrli, And see that his signature Is on the wrapper of each paeksge. PRICE, ONE DOLUVR PER DOTTLK, Or Six Ilottles for So. 00. our A liberal discount to druggists. Send orders to Or to seMSm DR. JAMES KECK & CO., No. 135 First Street, Portland, Oregon. HODGE, DAVIS & CO., Wholesale Agents, Portland, Oregon. ESTABLISHED IN 1852. SPORTSMEN E3XI?OKrLr3X. WILLIAM IJECX & SON, Wholesale nnd Retail Dealers in GUNS, RIFLES AND REVOLVERS OF EVERY DE SCRIPTION. Wm. Moore's, W. & C. Scott & Son, Remington, Parker Bros., and the Famous Colt's Breech-Loading Shotguns. A ful l assortment of the above famous makers constantly In stock. RIFLES. Winchester's, Sharps', Ballard's, Burgoss', Kennedy & Slovens'. J PISTOLS. Colt's, Smith A Wesson's, Hopkins & Aliens', and tho famous British Bull-Dogs. Also, a full line of .Metallic Cartridges, Breech-Loading Brass anil Pnnur ShnlU Pmu w.i.it- ., .i c . .1 implements, at Yho 1 LOWEST PRICES ' "rlB'"ou a Corner Front nnd Alder Sts., Portland, Or. . solflim Mrs. E. S. Wass, No. CI Morrison Street, Portlnnd, TS IN CONSTANT RECEIPT OF THE LATEST NOV JL cities in 3E3CTJ3Vi:ua.3Sr HAIR, Consisting of Curls, Coquets, Puffs, Perfections, Saratoga Waves, Invisible Hair Nets, etc Full Line of Switches in Choice Colors at Popular Prices. PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO ORDERS BY MAIL. selO 3m , USE ROSE PXIiXiS. . 3 WIBERC & KIERNAN, dealers in BOOTS AND SHOES, 145 Front street, bet. Alder and Morrison, Portland, Or.. HAVE JUST RECEIVED An Immonso Stock of New Goods.