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THE N"EW OTiTI! W KST. THURSDAY, OYEKBER 4. 1880.
4 1 !OItTLVm OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER -1, 1S30. LOCAL EPITOME. Mr. R T. Itobison, of Goldendale, W. T., called on Tucsluy. MultJomah county gives Garfield and Arthur -404 Illtt. Durht Mer, the police made 1S4 "drunk !Ry" arrests. Mra. jL fi Ijuniway is probably in Canyon City nurs(lay). 'abats has rnsiirnnri t.ho unstoratc Of pri'JsfcChurch. gi)rocesion on last Thursday argejpnd enthusiastic. dtfrWblic citv dock, has a large as- ne umbrellas at reasonable prices. lihas parsed over Mayor Thompson's nee for raising the gratle oi beconti rwin, of Astoria, was in the city nd gave the Nkw Northwest a t iinerior finish and excellence of nds preeminent as a photographer. vxj; rah. - Send LETTER FROM RDTTEVILLE. iout of eirmlovment. or who have ;pfrmtalBW":lI find something of interest under KE5i3-Veek.' No. 64 Morrison street, has a full IX-morest's reliable patterns. lilogue. Co. are successfully circulating n st for bringing the Melville Juignsn Iny to this city. rs. H. V. Adams, desiring to engage mess, have severed their connection ll'W NOKTIIWKST. icifie Mail Company has chartered the r inkier for one vear, and will put Her m the trade between l'anama and Callao. Tle Republican torchlight jmrade on Monday evening was of good size, considering the condi tion of the streets ami that rain feu copiously. All persons who "lost hats" on the Presidential election should call upon AVoods, in Odd Fellows' Temple, before paying tne penalty lor netting. A man named White was arrested at The Dalles M. few days ago on the charge of forging a money order, iie is in jail in tins city awaiting trial Sugar-coated pop-corn (large doll with every gfO), wnolesale aim retail, at rost uinee uamiy Stoie, in new building opposite the post ollice. Owen McCoy I?artlett is in jail, in default of $3000 bonds, to await tlie action ot me urn no .lury en die charges of burxiary and threatening to kill his wife. Broken candy is 30 ceut, mixed candy 25 cent, wl fitwv mixed 40 rante a nouiul. at the Post Of fice Candy Store, in new building oipoeite the poet office. A young lad v states that several bottles of Plun der's Oregon ftlood Purifier have done her more good than all other medicines taken during sev eral years. Professor E. C. Taylor, the illusionist, will ien KeW Market Theater to-morrow evening for a aeson of one week. The gift busineae is a feature of hie entertainments. Woods, at No. 143 First street, in Odd Fellows' Temple, has the finest, largest and most varied 8tqck of hate ever brought to Portland, and does not charge fancy prices. rhe advertisement of the "Only" Lung Pad Cempany will be found on our eighth page. Con auipptives or persons with weak lungs are partic ularly asked to notice it. In our "Business Directory," II. 15. LIU, of the well-known Third-street Suit House, has some t'liagof importance to say to ladies who desire fine dress-making and elegant wraps. V full stock of Rutteriek's celebrated patterns big just been received at No. B4 Morrison street, J&ty Me sending a stamp will receive a catalogue. Pu-tiMiar attention given to stamping. (Chaplain Btubhs has received news that the TfUp on which his brother sailed from New York for London, last December, has been given up as loH, and that the iasfeengers aiul crew probably fttrished Knott Jkthar3 have ut their new ferry on the Stak-Qe line. She is said to le the only boat OH iuBrperticilng John Gates' hydraulic revens Jlnd g'r, which enables the captain to reverse fWinesatwiH. pgilee eapturen a mirgiarnamen i ihuiiioii, Jar'v. in a Morrison -street jewelry store on Jionday jjiglit. He had been released from the Qy iila,VWU1, ft I0" uays, ami win nu gui, a ftan tlm penitentiary. awfeiatesb'attention is given to country or al tihoJiost Oinuo. f'midv Store, in the new bufldisg, corner Fifth and Morrison streets, where tnare J6 tne largest and nnest variety or oniMiia m Portland. The proprietor asks a trial. : TlicrSlftTKlard, which vilified Rev. J. A. Cruzan some time since, now says he "makes it a point to keep up with the times," and admits that he is "one of the most outspoken and fearless pulpit orators in the State" all because the gentleman spoke of General Hancock as an honest and up right man. Mrs. T. H. Cann, a well-known Oregon lady, has established a millinery store in Seattle, W. T., and the Paget Sound patrons of the New Northwest should call unoii her when they want anything in the millinery line. She also does dress-making. Her advertisement appears junder "New This Week." Persons who desire first-class staple or fancy groceries at low prices can be accommodated by J. AV. Bailey, No. 47 Yamhill street, whose stock is i large and fresh. He gives prompt attention to orders from the country, and does a commission business in groceries ami ail products of the faim. Goods are delivered to city patrons promptly. tin Monday evening the house occupied by Dr. May, the Jewish rabbi, corner Twelfth and hi streets, was burned. The gentleman was Hvfay from home, and his wife and children barely nnAirwl .141.. II. -t I -w -. . ... ubvujwu uu uiuir uvos. ills vaiuaoie Jlorary iteaa totally destrovod. u holds i JOoy,;Wthat amount will not near QStn. mis lam in 9m with ln- suranoo. - BuTTKVir.LB, October 23, I860. To tiik Editor of tiitT ew Noktjiwkst : Having seen in the Orcaonian the advertise ment of the Duniway Publishing Company, giv- incr notice that the New Northwest woum ue made an eight-page paper on entering upon its tenth volume, I had intended to renew my sub scription at that time, but must be content to commence on your receipt of this note. I am induced to patronize your journal because it is a fair, fearless advocate of progress rather than an adherent or apologist for old antiquated dog matisms of either church or state. The sooner the people arc convinced of the fallacy of the claim that any of tho world's great oracles arc called to rule by Divine right and politely assist them down from their airy regions to the sub stantial plane of truth and merit, the better it will be for the inherent rights of humanity. It is no longer possible to keep the enlightened, thoughtful mind at rest, bound by old time-honored absurdities. It has eonie to require more satisfactory reasoning, and it will not suffice to say 'There is nothing impossible with the powers that be." Under the right to enjoy life and lib erty, civil and religious, progressive science be comes the guiding star, directing the way to fun damental truth. "Wiw-vito H. Rubs. BUSINESS WOMEN OF PORTLAND. Two-line Notices will be Inserteil in thit Directory (with one coiW ojxjjwt regularly iltllveretl) for 50 cenlt ier month. The ladle mcnttonvtt are commemletl to the readers of the Xcw Xorthwe.it an reliable and worthy of patronage, antl every rc- ;mrwt)f- business woman in I'ortland ihould be minted in this column. 7 ilJK" - mmua GENERAL NEWS. General "Weaver did not carry a single State. During October, tho public debt was reduced 57,108,754. On the 30th ultimo, there was $962,222,315 in U. S. currency outstanding. President Hayes has proclaimed Thursday, tho' 2oth, as Thanksgiving Day. During October, $3,500,000 in standard silver dollars was put in circulation. General Garfield received the election news without any jmrticular excitement. One day last week, tho New York Produce Ex change received 1,040,000 bushels of grain. President Hayes ami party will not visit St Louis, being in a hurry to reach Washington. Sitting Bull's Indians have decided to come into rortiveogh and surrender. inter is coming. The widow of Abraham Lincoln arrived in New York from Europe last Friday, and is at the Clar endon Hotel. There is considerable small-pox in San Fran cisco. Thirty-six cases have been taken to the pest-House in tne past tnree days. U. S. Grant, Jr., ami Miss Fannie, only daugh ter oi senator i;nanee or uoionuio, were married in New York City on Monday. The Colorado authorities are making a great endeavor to get Hold of Agent Berry, who deliv ered the young freighter, Jackson, to the I tes. Governor Newell, the new Executive of Wash ington rerritory, arrived at Olympia on the 27th ultimo, and was warmly welcomed by the people. C. K. Allen, tried at Omaha on the eharge of rootling the l niou i'aeine Kailroail ( omany of 122,0011 iu bullion while its agent at Sidney, was acquitted. The number of hogs packed iu Chicago during ine year eiMting ucioner ;iin was .,3Mi,uuu. It Is ciphered out that this would make an unbroken line of swine from Portland, Maine, to Portland, uregon. Collector Clark, of Atlanta, Ga., seized thirty illicit distilleries during October. He says that a- soon as tbev are torn out in the notorious RmI Oak neighborhood, others are set up and the illicit work resumed. Bv the irreat storm on Iakes Michigan and Su perior during the day anil night of October 16th, ninetv-three persons were killed, and seventeen vessels were wrecked and sixi3'-slx damaged Total loss, $500,000. The Detriment of State at Washington is ad vised by teleisrams from our Ministers to Chil and Peru that a conference between the belliger ent jiowers, under the good olllees of the Lnited States, closed without result. T i 4 . . -.1 1 TiAttwA- fit, fnlrt rado, was under mob rule, and the Chinese bouses were sutteil by the rioters. One Chinaman was hanued. several bad their queues cut oil, am intiir more were mistreated in other wavs, Finally the authorities succeeded in restoring order. A New York disjmtch of the 1st instant says: "Mrs. B. A. M. Froiseth, of Salt Lake City, Vico- t'resident ot tne national Anti-roiygniny society was io-(iRV tne guest oi tne porosis society hero and addreased a number of inlluential ladies pres ent at tne meeting, itesoiutious were inissed by tne .porosis endorsing tne work of the Nntiona fcociefy." itr.WAiin or 711CKIT. The Oregon Kidney Ten has Imhmi awarded two medals bv tho Oregon Mate Airricultur.il hoeietv the first of bronze and the second of gold, the dif ference in the value of the two indicating the In crease in the esteem of the community which a year's trial of the remedy has induced. For all diseases of the kidneys and urinary organs it is unsurpassed. Jjoirtiaii to try iu ask your drug gist for it. . . J. N. Bick, of Toledo, Ohio, says: My father, before wearing the "Only Lung Pad," could not sleep nights on account of his violent coughing Since wearing it, he has slept soundly every night See adv. . . . . . The Nursery, an illustrated monthly magazine for children, published in Boston, Mass., will be sent from the present time until January 1, 1SS2, for SI 60. See advertisement under "New This Week." Mrs.AVm. Tippets, of Oswego, N. Y., says: I have worn an Improved Excelsior Kidney Pad about three weeks, and have received great relief from it for pain m the bacK. bee auv. MKS. G RADON. Button-holo Mnkor. No. Htreet. Third MRS. SIMMONS. IUenchur and Tresser. No. street. Main MRS. RHRNS. Krults. Cltrnrs nnd ToImicco. No. 18 Wash ington Htreot. MRS. A. E. WEST. Wholesslo nnd Rotnll Milliner. No. Cr7 Wfikilif KtktY uf rodt MRS. WILMS. ElPKHntly Knnilshwl RoomH. northeast corner Fifth nnd Stark HtreetK. MRS. M. HARDING. Fnnev Goodri snd Notions. Fifth street, opjio-jlte the Vtwt Olllc. M RS. J. L. I'ARRISH, M. D.. Gate of New York. I'hvsl- clmi and SurKenii. Office 288 Kiiwt street MItS. M. .1. ENSIGN. No. 215 First street, nenr Main, cut and bHHte muIIk for SI. I'earl Corn I'owder for sale. MHSDAMES CltrMP A WIGIITJIAN. PmihlnnMlilo Dretm-makert., T SH::id street. I'laltim: done to order. MRS. A..I. IIRAZKLI.A ro..InwmakerK.131Tliinlat.it all kinds of jiIItiih by n new method; HatUfiwUon Rasiired. ANNIE MATrsoN. Millinery and Kanev GKMlK.Rtnii tne, Hatr work, and Hiiiestlr Patterns, No. P0 Alorrison st SEND TO MRS. II. . I.ITT for an elegant Silk and AVol Slt for SlUM. They are perfect In style ami work. Mm, heavy Headed Dolmans, with Headed Fritiites, J1S.C0. seiit either "C. O. D." or on iwlnl of money order. Flrat-eiawi I)resniakili. Address II. it. I.I I (formerly with 1'. Still ing), Tlilnl and Alder streets. m'SIXKSS 31KX. DIL A- MILS. RUSH, l'liotocraphei. at the Gallery oihmi- sfte the jMHt office. ItOl'ERT WIICT7.MAN, Willow Ware Factory, No. Ill Washington street. J. C LUCKEL. Pronrietor ColttinWR Soan Co.. No. 381 seeond street, corner of .Manwon. MR. A MRS. WHITTLE. West-side Chon Honse and Res- tMlirant, No. US Nrt" rlntt streeu A. DA NG L' E t E( E R. French Laundry. No. 211 Third street, lietween Taylor anil salmon. THE "NEW NO. " I the cheftpent Sewlatr Machine to lHty. Wheeler t wuson M'l'K -. JiomHm street. I1AYER A STATCII. owners for Oreron of the Native! I'Ktent Chimneys, the best and safest No. 21 Second street. A nlimr tiw in mininil irI111tlll is Illilki Mir (nimlfl- rath. fuse becausohc was ijieehargt-? from the m r . . - . . 'ir.l. .It... 1 JM UOVniy iOPK'S OIU0U.iStiy " wiatyvwBU Wk Borthwiok, and notbfnMlr i Clerk. NEW THIS WEEK. IRS. T. XI. C-rVIVIS', Fashionable IViilliner and Dress-maker At the itore opposite Stone A Co's ineery, on I'rout Street. Senttle. IV. T. no! tf FOR CHILDREN ! Till: XIKSUUY. Tills nt-II-liiioivii I litis! rated .Muiiriiie Mill enter ni lis I5t!i year in ISM. 511.50 n Ycnr, In ailxni Send lor Sample Xo. mill Pre mium 1. 1st. Ni:W Suliserihers set extra Xni. Iiy siiliseriliin mm. Address: I It Nursery I'lihllsliln Com puny, Huston. ?Inss. OREGON BLOOD PURIFIER. Mistakes will hnppen. To avoid them, keep a cool head and steady hand. W'm. lTmitlcr'a Oregon Hlood I'nrlflcr will do It will keep your head cooL Your Druggist keeps it; Insist upon get ting It. DREG an JOHN M. DALY, A ttitrnry-at-lxtic, DALLAM, OREGON, flU. PR-CTICE IN THE DISTRICT A3D V&TTKTt MMiea ixMina. ni;r yoi:rski.f by making moneyiphen .v .1 1 JLj Yj L irolden chance Is offered, thereby always keep ing istverty from your dsr. Those who always take ad van - tM(?- of the good ehancs for makinx money t bat are offered aenerally become wealthy, while iIiohj- who do not improve such chances n-inaln In overty. We want many men, women, buys mid'vlrls to work for ns rtcht in tbelr own lo calities. The buslnes will (my more than ten tiroes ordi nary wuxew. We furnish un exp-nsive outflt and all that you need, free. No on- wlio enirnsc fails to make money very rapidly. Yon can d-rotyonrwhoh-timr to the work, or only your spare moiiu-ut.s. Full information and all that is needed -w-iit fn-e. .vddresx tsTl.vmt.x A Co., Portland, Maine. no4-c4 siiKitiri-.s sai.i:. BY VIRTUE OF AN KXKCITTION TO ME DIRECTED, bwaed out of the Circuit Court of the state of Oregon for UM County of Multnomali. upon a judgment rendered in aald Court on th .".th day of February, 1K7H, in favor of Pnrehe Iltimaaen, Kx--u:rix. Plaintiff, and against (iibbs, Watkina A Cardwell, ! fi'iiiiau;-, lor :!: sum of Thirteen H nnd red and Heventy-four nnd 7-! Hollar. $1-171.71), with Interent at the rate of I p-r c.-n! per mouth, and costs of suit and accruing -osts, I did, on the -.'1st day of October, levy upon the above-named Defeiulunts real property, sit uated in Multnomah County, state of i iregon, to-wtt: That certain real property iu Multnomah County, State of Ore gon, known as Ixts Thn-e .:t) and Four 1 1) in Hlork No. Six (6) in what Is known as the Portland Homestead, as de scribed and laid out on a map recorded on page LVlof Hook of Itecordsof Ileedsof Multnomah County, State of Oregon. Now, therefore, by virtue ot said execution, on Saturday, the tth day of Decern her, PHI), at the hour of iu o'clock a. m., at the Court House door in said county, I will sell at public a net Ion the above-described real property of said Defend ants to the highest bidder or bidders for cash, to satisfy suid execution and accruing costs. JOSEPH HtCHTEl, Sheriff" of Multnomah Countv, Oregon. November 4, 1SSQ. 4t JOII.V It. MITrilltEU K.M,1'II M. 1IKMKNT. MITCHELL & DEMENT, Atlornegs-ai-Lai'. OFFICE Corner First and Morrison streets, In rooms for merly occupied by HuchtePs Ilctttre Gallery. S-ftS j. n. not.i'it. K. C. HKONAUOH. JOSRl'II SIMON". C. A. DOLI'It. DOLPH, BRONAUCH, DOLPH Sc. SIMON, A Horn rfaa '-L(iw, ODD FELLOWS' TEMPLE, PORTLAND, OREGON. 2-Mtf " "Q in OUTFIT FURNISHED FREE, WITH FUIJ IN O LW struct loin for conducting the most pnifltahle busi ness that anyone ran ennage in. TJie business Is so easy to learn, and our lnstruevtions are so simple and plain, that anyone can make great profits from theVery start. No ona can fail who is 'willing to work. Women are ns successful as men. Hoys and girls can earn large sums. Many have made at the business over one hundred dollars In a .single week. Nothing like It everknnwn liefore. All who engage, are surprised at the ease and rapidity with which they nro able to make money. You can engage iu this lusinoe;.s dur ing your spare time at great profit. You do not have to In vest capital In It. We take all tho risk. Those who need ready money should write to us at once. All furnished free. Address Tuuk A Co., Augusta, Maine. noI-H) DR. J. C. CLENN, Dentist, Southwest corner First nnd Yamhill streets. PORTLAND, OREGON. USE ROSE PILLS. CK OUTFIT SENT FREE TO THOSE WHO WISH TO 0O cngnxe In the most pleasant and profitable business known. Everything new. Capital not required. Wo will furnish you everything. 310 a day and upwards Is easily made without staying away from home over night. No risk whatever. Many new workers wanted at once. Many arc making fortunes at tho business. I tulles makons much as iiitm, and young boys and girls make great pay. No one who h willing to work falls to miiku more money everyday t; n citS bo mado In a wook at any ordinary omnloynieiiL TteiHO vho engage at once will find a short road to fortune. Address II. Hall.ktt A Co., Portland, Maine. noI-60 HEALTH MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. SOLID FACTS. Alarming prevalence of that Insidious, loathsome, uaMKsr- oug, and often fatal disease, CATARRH! "VTINE-TENTILS OF THE PEOPLE OF THE NORTH- west are su tiering more or less from tills baneful mal ady. Helug of scrofulous origin, hence constitutional, its manifestations are as varied In form as the rainbow Is in color. Catarrh Is a scrofulous affection of the mucous membrane which lines not only the throat and nasal pas sages but also all the Interior cavities brain, eyes, ears, stomaeh, liver, lungs, Intestines, kidneys, bladder, and the entire cuticle of the body and in ite different stages Is known as HrMin, Dry or Cancerous Catarrh. At first it usually directs the throat and nostrils, the Impurities of which are swallowed into the stomach or inhaled into the lungs, thus poisoning the digestive, respiratory and genito urinary organs, and causing Deafness. Dyspepsia, Constipa tion, Chronic IHarrla, Hronehitls, Leucorrhosa ami Consumption, which latter Is very often only Catarrh of thk Lrxos. Hence It Is evident that any remedy, to be ellectnal In permanently curing this disease, must poaoess the alterative proiiertles necessary to eliminate from the blood the scrofulous virus, which is the primary cause of the malady, as well as to cleanse and heal the atrected membrane. 3)1. JAMES KECK'S Sure Cure for Catarrh ! Possesses these qualities In a preeminent degree, having firt cured himself, and for the last twelve years he has used the svrk iTbe in his practice as a physician with the most gratifying and unvarying success. We would caution the public against purchasing any preparation claiming to be the same or similar. None genuine without the autograph, "James Keck, M. D.,"on the wrapper of each package. We do not ask you to belleveourunsupported statements, nor will we publish the certificates ot unknown persons re siding In the Fast or at a ereat distance: but. on th con trary, we respectfully refer those afflicted with Catabmk to the following HOME TESTIMONY: J. M. STRWBRIDGE, Esq., Capitalist, Portland. Or. -JOSF.PH BUC1ITEL, Kaq., Sheriff" Multnomah county Portland, Or. REV. ALONZO T. JONES, Salem, Or. JOSEPH DAVIS. Esq., Tenino, W. T. C. H. WHEELER, Esq., Merchant, East I'ortland. C. H. HAMLIN, Esq., Engineer, ( ur Shops, Eat Portland. W. H. CUMMINGS, fcaq., Peoria, Or. line bave hundreds of testimonial from tbe most respect able citisens of Oregon and Washington, but only refer to the names of a few well-known and prominent individuals. Ask your Druggist for Dr. James Keek's Suro Cure for Catarrh. And see that bis signature is on the wrapper of each package. PRICE, ONE DOLLAR PER BOTTLE, Or Six Dottles Tor 3.00. ilT A liberal discount to druggists. Send orders to DR. JAMES KECK A CO., No. Iff First Street, Portland, Oregon. Or to HODGE, DAVIS A CO., selA.tm Wholesale Agents, Portland, Oregon. USE ROSE PILLS. OLDS & SUi3.VaE:RS Xj.nVEDES! OILS ! Crockery and Glassware I A SPECIALTY OF LAMPS AND OILS A Complete Assortment of the latest Styles of Chandeliers. SOLE AGENTS FOR John Maddeck & Son's Royal Semi-Porcelain,-1- The Host In the Market. rilHE CELEBRATED "HERO" OIL HEST IN USE FOR X krIb hy us only. Orders from tho country prompUv tilled. Send and try IIBRO OIL. Satisfaction guaranteed. Wo are here to please OLDS A SUMMERS, No. 1SS First street, Portland, Or. T. J. JOHNSTON. X. HOCDRN. Johnston & Holden, l?IL.XJ3X13EIiS, GAS AND STEAM FITTERS, 108 Front Street, between Morrison and Yamhill. PORTLAND, OREGON. All onlors promptly attended to. Satisfaction gunnuitaad. Charges modorato. Solo Agents for The Springfield Gas Maeldne, Veanc's Steam Pump, mtt soSSt tf Striper's Iron-Stone Sewer Jipe. MISS DR. ANCIE L. FORD. OFFICE Rooms 4 and C.Monnastos Ilulldlnfr, 187 and 180 , First street. RESIDENCE No. 91 Wost Park street (cornor of Stark). ov Special attention given to Diseases of Woman and Chlldron. sol