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THE 2sTEW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, TOYEltBER 11, 1S80.
PORTLAND. MISCKLIjANKOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. MiaCBLLAWa6UB APV KRiiwEaaprrw. OUH DAILY RECKONING. If you sit down at set of sun Ami count the acts that you have dune, And counting, find 0 ralf-denying act, one word ' That oased tlic heart of hint who haunt; One glance, most kind, TlMt fell like sunshine where It went, Tlien you may count thai day well spent. But, If through all the livelong day You've cheered no heart by ye or miy; If, through It nil. You've nothing done, that you can trace, That brought the sunshine to one face; No Met, most small, That helped some soul, ami nothing cost. Then eount that day as worse than lost! The Young Jfwper. HOW A BRIDE IS BOUGHT. Under an assumed name my friend went to the Paris residence of M. de F., the celebrated mar riage broker, and having paid the preliminary fee of jyo, explained that he came m behalf of a cousin, who, although possessed of a handsome iotungnd good title, was anxious to inerease his worKny gmiu lv eontraeting a wealthy marriage. Sly frrend furtlier asserted that he acted in his own name and without the authority of his cousin, but the consent of the latter, should anything ac ceptable be proposed, he could answer for. M. dc F. at first demurred, and asserted that he va not in the habit of dealing with less than at leat one person directly interested in a matrimonial proj ect; but my friend's eloquence not to speak of the 1000-franc note at length prevailed, and the great matrimonial agent unbosomed himself. His terms were eight per cent on the (lot, and tills to be jmid within the lirst year after the cele bration of the marriage. Of course my friend consented. Then M. de F. explained that, should nothing be definitely decided on and the attempt fail, no further exjK'iues would be incurred, the 40 covering all. This pleased my friend still more, for he had confessed to me that he feared lie should not be allowed to leave the sanctum of the magician without parting with at least another lifty louis. These preliminaries having mssed oil to the satisfaction of both parties, M. de F. owned an immense desk and took out from it a bulky note-book, in which my friend solemnly allege's were inscribed the name, age, fortune, disposition and social status of every heiress, not only in France, but in Belgium, Austria, Holland, Italy, England, and every other country in Europe. VL de F. airily explained that he despised Ameri can heiresses, as their fortunes could never be relied upon. M. de F. read out his list somewhat ns lollows: "Four millions, orphan, red hair. two-and-twenty, subject to epilepsy, clever but ! siroiig-mi ruled, property all in real estate, noble family, Belgian." "Five millions, widow, very susceptible, dark, may or may not have lovern, but there is no scandal attaching to her name; French, good bourgeoise family, very foud of titles, but prefers men in the army; will not marry a man under forty; is herself live-and-thirty ; property in railway shares, and partly in French Government stock," and so on ml infinitum. My friend was thunderstruck, and at first half believed the list was purely an imaginary one, and merely a bait thrown out to attract hungry Ash. This doubt was, however, mnn disMllel when he selected one out of the many heinees ottered to him ; and when M. de F., looking upon the matter as settled, calmly stated the name of the young lady, my friend discovered, to his as tonishment, that he knew the- family intimately, and that 31. de F.'s intelligence and details were absolutely correct in every wrticular. He then explained his system. "Of courxe, Monsieur le Compt," he said, "it is needless to tell you that these ladies do not come to me themselves ami seek for husbands. When a lady has a large for tune and is anxious to get married, stie has no need of a matrimonial agent. It is her friends, parents or guardians who come to me in nine cases out of ten without her knowledge and, pos sessing influence over her, oiler the heiress to me, in consideration of a fee arranged between us, of course, provided I can, among my clients, find a suitable tartner. The whole thing is perfectly simple, and the wife need never suspect anything. From the names I have just mentioned, you can see for yourself that many of my clients, lxth male and female, lielonjc to the lest nobility of Europe; and, in fact, I think I can say, without vanity, that I have had something, directly or in directly, to do with most of the leading matrimo nial alliances which have taken place in France during the past thirty years, although since the fall of the second empire business has Iveoonie ratlier slack." What can be more terrible than this? Little does the Duchesse Fetiille de I'ersil dream, as she lashes out of the Bois de Bologne, that her only ami weii-neioveu uaugnier is being bought and sold in a dingy little room near the Boulevard Poissoniere by her dear and Intimate, though un scrupulous and impecunious friend, the Marquise Huppe de la Deche. The Duchesse has unbounded confidence in the Marquise, and has given her carle blawhr to bring any friends to her house; and when the young Vicomte de la I'oisse is in troduced a charming man, and one whose birth and title are above suspicion he meets with a most cordial reception. The rest is soon done. The Vicomte is repre sented to the mother as Ixing the very model of young men, Mine, la Marquise uses her influence in every conceivable way, and in nine cases out of ln the marriage conies oil', Mine. la Marquise, M. le Vicomte and the matrimonial agent all having large plum out of the pie, the mother and daughter never suspecting anything. More than three-quarters of the marriages in France and in the grtnul numde, mind you are brought about in this way. Whitehall Jtcrirw. In Lowell, Mass., the Catholics have established one of their mrochiai or religious schools, and taken their children out of the public or common schools. These jteople wish to liave Catholic edu cation taught, and they have a right to have it, as long as they ay the exjiense. But it is to be hoped that the State will never pay a dollar for Catholic schools, because on the same principle it would have to supiwrt.Jewish, Spiritualist, Infidel, and very religious and anti-religious school. MnOiAr.i AtTi Ilm Ullllniil.i Ui l.,4ln ...........I! Lai I 1 n - . . . . cat oi h iruu.eag nmt, with jier Flitta! I Iiri-lain Tit a nnkut.tvi iiiAtU.m ... :PfBW her young with her own body. This oase tw attracted the attention of merciful peoiiJe Mmmmg of live animals has been proioaled The Great Commercial Center of the Northwest. It-: Present iintl it x ITiitiwe. It has a population of 21.00(1. It is to Oregon, and the Ter ritories of Washington and Idaho, what New York City Ik to the State of New York, and lears the same rela tion to that State and those Territories that Chicago does to Illinois, St. luls to Missouri, Philadelphia to Pennsylva nia, and New Orleans to ;ulslatm. It has more territory tributary to It than any other city In the United States, and will soon be numbered with the foremost cities in the Union. Even at tills time the hammer and the saw can lie heard in all jmrts of the city ; the demand for buildings is so great that the Inclement season of Winter does not check the onward march of Its growth. With the vast number of siiijw! constantly plying between this and foreign ports, freighted with our constantly increasing agricultural products, and the numerous railroads now tributary to or terminating at this city, it will not require more than ten vears to swell the imputation of our beautiful and growing city to 100,000 souls. Having a larger territory than San Francisco to upsrt it, we may confidently assert that In less than H quarter of a century Portland will lie the fore iit'tKt city n the coast in point of wealth and population. We will here enumerate the many railroad enterprises already Inaugu.atcd. Some of them are constructed, and others In process of construction, all making their termini at tills city. TIIK NOKTltKItX PACIFIC Is building rapidly west from Dulutli, on Iake Superior, andalMi from the Colombia Itiver east, and will lie com pleted at an early day, thus connecting us with all ourslster States. TICK OKKOON AXI CAI.IPOKMA K. K. Terminates here, and is having an Immense patronage. TIIK WIMTKKN OltKOON K. K., Formerly the Oregon Central, is doing a good Irtiatness. Tliis road runs through the fertile country on the weal side of the Willamette River, and Its southern terminus at present is at Corvallis, V7 miles from I'ortlanU. TIIK UTAH XOKT1IKKX K. R. Will he built through hundreds of miles of fertile lands, the produce of which must be brought to this city for ship ment. This road will connect with the Colon Pacific ft. R., thus securing two competing lines from the' Atlantic to the laciftc It Ik now a settled fact that the foRTI.ANP, PAI.I.ES AMI SALT LAKK X. K. Will be constructed at an early day. This will give usthree trans-continental roads. NKW KAILKOAIt KNTEEPRISCS. A home company, with unlimited capital, haa been or ganized, under the name of the oregonlan Hallway Co., to construct narrow-guage roads from thin city to the Interior portions of the State, ultimately connecting with the Cen tral Pacific, with branches wherever Inducements may of fer. This enterprise In being pushed vigorously to comple tion, so that it may be In rcudtneaa to move this Fall's crop. Ar.nr:.E or rrrroTipoitATif.x Have lieen filed to construct a road from Battle Mountain; Nevada, in the direction of Oregon, to connect with the Oregonian Railway Co. 's road, and make Portland Its ter minus. This will give u direct communication with the richest silver mines In the world, and will make Portland one of the greatest railroad centers In the t'nlon. We shall soon he connected by rati with the Northern Pacific R, It: also with Chicago and the Atlantic cities. Thousands of immigrants are constantly arriving from all parts of the civiliz-d world, and the millions of acres of agricultural lands that lie still unbroken by the plowshare, and awaiting the advent of the sturdy farmer, point most conclusively to the fact flint an era of proaperity Is atrcaljr dawning upon this fair young State. When the Immigration has reaclK-d its full tide, and three miliums of acres are under cultivation, then will Oregon be known as the wealthiest State in the t'nlon. IOKTIMVXI CITY tlOJIIiSTIlVI). The land in this enterprise ilea adjoining the city, and la only from ten to fifteen minutes' walk from the Court House, and a less distance than that from one of the beat public schools In the city, it la divided into OXE TMOCSASO TWKXTT-POt'r. IOT4, Fifty by one hundred feet in size, with street sixty feet wide. FRU-C All lota will be aold for SKo each, payoide In I natal intents of per month, or the small sum of 16?., cents per day. No Interest will be charge!, and a good and sufficient Bond for licedwill he given jupon the payment of the first install ment of f. and a Warranty Iieed upon receipt of last In stallment, both without expense to the purchaser. to rracHASKRs. Those not finding It convenient to make their payments when due, will be granted twenty daya grace in which to make such payments, as It Is d -slrable that all shall have every posidnle opportunity- to keep tip their payments. Those desiring to make full payment at the time the Bond is issued, will lie entitled to a reduction of $10 on each lot. or h on each tfiO paid In. A the KOAD TO WKAI.Ttl Is the most certain and rapid through real estate Invest ments, this enterprise offers far more Inducements to the ptiidie titau any other on the coast at this time, as the price and pnvmcnts are within the reach of all. Ifc not let this chance paas. Buy a lot, build, and make yourself inde pendent. Many you who live in rented bouses pay more every year for rent than would purchase a lot and build a roof 'over your head. You then would be Independent of exacting landlords, and In truth have a place to call home. oont mjwrrr That not many years ago some of the test Iota In Kan Fran cisco were Mild for an ounce of gold dust, and that now thev cannot be bought for lijli Alan, remember that In Chi cago some of the best business lots were once traded for a pair of old hoots. How often Is the remark made by old residents of Portland that once they could have bought lots for iflWI that aWW would not buy now. It is not wise "to despise the day of small things. IT IS TKOE That of all real estate investments the hometeal plan Is the best and safest, as all who Invest are Interested In mak ing the whole property more valuable. To Illustrate: Sup pose A builds a house on ins lot, and n owns a lot adjoin ing; B gets the benefit rf A's Improvement, while A la not injured thereby. This .philosophy will apply to the entire property. W e have donated a lot to each of the principal churches for church pursces. Also, two lots an- set apart for public school purposes. KAII.KOAD lTRCIIASr. The Overland, Oregon and California and the Western Railroad Companies have Nirchascd nil the land from the east line of the Homestead 'Ninth strs"t) to the water front for their terminus, depots, much hi.- shops, etc.; also the main llneof the iregonian Railway 'ompun v i Mmlted) will have its terminus near by. Thus the greatest railroad center on the l"aclflc Coast lays In chew- proximity to these lots. This iMirchaae has caused a rise in all surrounding property of itMl erccnt, making the hits in this Homestead from 75 to lf per cent cheaper than any other real estate in i'ortland. luasmuch as Ibis Homestead was advertised to le sold for a stipulated price before the recent advance, un pleasant as it is, we shall strictly adhere to our advertised -oiitrae! with the public to sell these lots for $l1 each for the next ninety days. The two hundred lots that were reserved for actual settlers nre now all sold, and the demand to select lotslheingso great, we have been compelled to place more lota on the market from which the public may select for the next ninety days. This affords an opportunity for persons so de siring' to purchase he most lMauttful residence property. TO I'AKTIKS ItKSIKIXG To ITKCII ASK. This property Is now selling very rapidly, and those wish ing to buy will do well lo call or send immediately for a lot or lots. All but the first installment must ls paid at the Ranking House of I Add Tilton, In the city of lrtlaitd. l'KKSONS FROM A 1ISTAN K I es I ring a lot. may forward U)0 to the (jeneral Manager, and a Bond will lie Immediately forwarded. Money may be forwarded by registered letter, money order, or Wells, Ilargo c v.'s Express, at my risk. Forfurtlmr lawliculars, apply to J. M. RICE, (Jeneral Manger, Portland, Or. Or to IIAICSHT A McLAUailMX, fig Morrison street. Ortificnfe: I certify Ibut I am the owner or the lands In the Portland City Homestead the title thereto Is perfect, beluga IT. s. patent--and I authorise J. M. Rice t id prrvcrt the foregoing jdati. i: x. iAR'J' 'v Itelrences: Wm. ItetdjllsHker; Hon. J. il. Mitch, li. t,x U. . Hwnator; Hoh. U P. Oror,U. a Eeaator; J. A. Mtp.wbrtdgc. Mer chant; IhTit Frank, MerebanU; tieo. H. HtmesTVritor. DR. PAUL IB. BRENAN, The Most Successful Physician on the Pacific Coast IN THE TREATMENT OF A1,I, CHRONIC AND DIFFICULT CASES, HAS RETURNED AFTER AN EXTENSIVE TOUR OF Hie Eastern States for the past four months. The Doc tor visited all the principal medical Institutions In the largo cities of the United States, and comes back with all tho modern methods, Instruments and appliances known to the most scientific men in the profession. The Doctor lias also brought charts and manikins to illustrate his lectures. DR. 1'AI'L M. 1IRENAN has been lecturing for 15 years on the Ijiws of Life and Health. In his private and public lectures he lias taught men and women the true system of life, bow to be healthy anil happy, If they would only lie gu!ded by his wise counsel. Rut all cannot hear hi de lightful and instructive lectures, nor can lie tell everything necessary forsufTering humanity to know from the public rostrum before a promiscuous audience. There remains much to be learned from him, as his experience extends over broad fields of active professional life. This knowl edge so necessary to the welfare of siilterers can only Im gleaned by private Professional Consultation at his otllce. Ills e.terience in the various jmrts of Euroe and America gives him such opportunities of learning the delicate dis eases which the human family are prone to, their mode of treatment and ermaneiit cure, as no other physician on the lacifie Coast can claim. He has not only treated these diseases most successfully, but has made them a life study, as a few moments' consultation will prove. He has become an expert In the treatment of disease, weakness and derangement of the re-productive organs of both male and female, including diseases caused hv the FOLLIES OF YOUTH, Such as Sl'KKMATOKKlIIKA, or skminai. Wkaknws, or I.0SS ok Pkkkhtt Vitality. Nearly two-thirds of all tin-Chronic Diseases spring, either directly or indirectly, from Mime de rangement of the sexual system, and yet this .subject Is neglected by the majority of the medical profession. IT IS TRUE That persons who nre unfortunate enough to lie afilicted by anj- form of sexual disease have a delicacy In calling tilton the pmjier physician In time, from a sense of mod esty, and sometimes from Ignorance, and jtennlt those dis eases to exist until their constitutions become corrupted, their organization broken down, and the hope of future happiness blighted, until deatli becomes a welcome mes senger to carry them out of their miserable existence. Tho-e who call In time upon Dr. PAUL M. RRENAN need have no fear but wiiat he will restore them lo perfect health and vigor, make their bodies pure and their minds content, if they will only follow his advice and treatment. Catarrh. Rronchltls. Throat lHseases, Skin Diseases, Rheumatism, ICIdney Complaint, and all Disease of the Eye and Ear, Stomach and Bladder, he can cure without fail. Nn Quark Nostrums used; no slop treatment; no false promises. Everything strictly confidential under all circumstances. CONSULTATION FREE, and a list of printed questions sent to those living at a distance who cannot consult him personally. All SUrglce! Operations performed. . OrriCK No. Ki First street, is-tween Oak and Pine. OlHee Hours From 10 to 12 . M., '2 to 5 ami 7 to M p. Ms All letters for professional business must he addressed to Dr. laul M. Rreiiau A to... it First street. Port land, Or. 9-7 :i:e. sspxiisriKriESTr, Xo. it liiiAitXY sTi:i:irr. Treats all Chronic and Special Diseases. Yrsil MEN WHO MAY 1IE rFKKRlNt FROM I the effects of youthful follies or Indiscretions will do well to avail themselves of this, the greatest boon ever laid at the altar of suffering humanity. DR. SPINNEY will guarantee to forfeit $." for every caseof Seminal Weakness or private disease of any kind or character which be under takes and falls to cure. MIDDLE-AOKD MEN. fror.i the age of thirty to slxly, arc often troubled with toofrcU( nt evacuations of the bladder, commonly accompanied hv a slight smarting or burning sensation and a weakening of the svstem In a manner the patient cannot acrwmnt for. m examining the urinary deposits, a ropy sediment will often lie found, and some times small particles of albumen will appear; or the color will lie of a thin, mllklsh hue, again changing to a dark and torpid appearance. Then- are many men who die of this difficulty, ignorant of the cause, which Is the second stage of seminal weakness. Dr. s. will guarantee a perfect cure In all such cases, and a healthy restoration of tbe genito-urinary organs. Office Hours 10 to 4 and A to R. Sundays, from 10 to II a. m. Consultation free. Thorough examination and ad vice, f&.uo. Call or add ream DR. SPINNEY A CO., No. 11 Kearny St., Han Francisco. P. S. For private diseases of short standing, a full course oi metiicine, sumcicnt for a cure, with all instructions, will ne seni lo any address on receipt of hmi. myZD tnoti. NO PATENT, NO PAY! PATENTS OTITAINKD FoR INVkmcks in THE UNITED Ktales. Canada, and I uroi. . at reduced prices. With our principal office loca-. in Washington, directly oppo site the United states :.t. nt tllc. . arc able to attend to all latent Business with ur.-ai- r promptness and dispatch and less cost than any other patent attorneys, who are at a distance from Washington, aiel w ho have, therefore, to employ "associate attorneys." We make preliminary ex amination and furnish opinions as to patentability free of charge, and all who are interested in new Inventions and patents are Invited to send for a copy or our "Wulde for Ob taining l"aicnis," wnicn is mmu iree any nniiress, anu contains complete Instructions howtoohtaip patents, and other valuable mutter. We refer to the tier-nan-American National Bank. Washington. D. C: the Royal Swedish, Norwegian, and IhinUli legation, at Washington; Hon. .Tos. Casev, late Chief Justice C. sj. Court of Claims; to the Officials of the i . s. patent otticc. anu to wnntors anu Members of Conercxs from eer "tute. Address: jiUIs R;;Klt CO.. solicPor of ratenhc and At;orneys-at-jw, 1' Droit r.iiildlug. asbington, n. t . THE PORTLAND LIBRARY ASSOCIATION. Rooms- -Cornor of First and Stark (Over Ijidil A Tilton's Rank, i Streets Contains Over IRlit Thousand Choice I too Us AMI OVER ONE HUNDRED PAPERS AND MAGAZINES. MEMBERSHIP FREE TO ALL. MONTHLY DUES, f MO PAYABLE QAltTEKLY. 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Many have iiutde at tliei.':,'ti s r,ei ,,ne hun Ired doll-" li a slncle ..ek. V'hii.g'tk ' ever known Swfore. .. Hhoet.aage surpri ! ,i' the rase and rapidt' w ith blcli they arc li!e t. . i- e iiiotie; . You e-u. i nquire In this business ilnr I il- vn ire time ut gieal profit. You di not have t.. in vest capital in It. We take all the risk. Those wh- m-ed rdy w.iiH-v shtaild write to us at once. AM furnished fioe. Ail. in ss Turr. Co., Augusta, Maine. not-ff) SOLID FACTS; A trmlng prevalence of that Insidious, ! oathsome, sagr ous, and often fatal disease, CATARRH! X TNE-TKNTHf$ OK THE PEOPLE OF THE NORTjl 1 1 west an- suffering more or less from this baneful mai lt' y. Being o serofu'.uus origin, hence consittutiopal, Iw n inifestatlon.4 are as vurted in form as the rainbow Is i a c- r. Catakuh Is a croruloos aflteetion of tna-mtaMOX ii mbrune which line not only tne throat and asamlpar sages ho t also ;!! the Interior cavBios - brain, tn es.eay, stornach. lh- r, : ngs, intestines, kidawys, fciaddar, and tbe entire cutic'- ,( Lhe body ana in Ma dlfiVrent stages is known iusjt., dby or CAtummam Cat a ami. At find It usually affects t he Throat and nostrtjs, tbe lmpnrHiev of which are swallowed into the stomeeh or tnhalri into the lungs, thus poisoning the digestive, reapiratoryjBd genito urinary org ins, au? causing Deafness, UTvpeasf a. Const i pa -Ion, Chronic Diarrhoea, Bronchitis, Leffr.Rhopa and Consumption, whe-h latter ii very often onl Catarrh of tiik LfSKs, Hence It la evident that any remedy, to be effectual in permanently curing tbi- disease, must posses? the alterative properties neeessarv toeiBninate from th blood tbe acrofub us virus, which 's the primary eaoro o' the malady, as w.-ll as to cleanse and heal tbe afleeteti in inbrane. Sure Cure for Catarrh I I,,vS( , tl.esw naatiues In a prcmhetit dtxxa. bavtog fir t cii' i himseif, nrA for the last twelve MM be haa ii-tiiesrrgjrCTRK.ii his rae!tioeaaphykawlUi tbe n': sen i -.'.flog a' ;inrvmg succeam. v v . ;-. d eamt'.n .t - puntr- i gains parehasiug any p- : . na,on claim! gl-4e th same or similar. None ge. li ne vftthout 'ii - autogeaj-n. mm au ij.,-on t!i- wmipcrof each packuue. V . U , not ask von - jtinBiiiJiiiiiMtta n. - we nuhllsb the ee.tifkHtes iMiltiMlnwn' re- ii ,'di-r tn tbe V'juit nr at a Trent : :stfi.tiiJai- but titlW W- t-ii-v. w rpst.c.ffti-lTv refer tho..- afBii-tf vMh t;?lkKaH t the follow.; v HOME TESTIMONY: J. M. sfTROWHimOEJIsa Capitallfft, Ptjarttand, Or. JOsKI'tt Hi t IITn Kan. khMg WnltmAikh c in'v I'ortland, Or. kk v a i A jn o t. JOITSB, Hoiera. or. .'OSKPH DAVH, Eau., Tenmo, W T. c. H. WHEE1.ER, Kg.. Mcavfaaiit. Ea P- r ! nd. '. H. H AM I J2T, F.sq.,Enaluei, Par Ships. Ea-' Portland. W.II. 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"urehaatnc AMERICAN W.ATni ES Dfrect and forCafch and having! the ' advantage of Low Rent, I can safely proni- ise Uwer Prl.--.-i than any other house in Oregon. Being eomi tent, I will repair Common or Fine Watches athfactorily. KrECTACTii and OPTICAL, GOODH a Specialty. Klgtu Mirer Watches m to Sfl0.on JMJBB to SoO.01' A ahhamWIv. i Watches.... oel&m TT OT -p YOURSELF BY MAKING MOKEY Wait r XlAatLiL golden chance is offemi , tltereby itTvam fetlj im poverty fro it. yoi rdoor. Those who always t;UtSMw tage of the gao-l changes for making money tin.: aiatsWii eencrailj tieeoin.Menithy, while thow who d n tip i such ohanees remain In poverty. We want maxsK' women, boys mhi ejris to work for ns right in tie ! calitles. The i.iisiucss will pay nore tnan t- n iihie nary wares. W- furnish an expensive outfit aadn vKi neef, fre. No one who engages fails to is ike t verv rapidly. Yai cm devote yourwhnletiran t- tb or only your spare moments. Full information that Is needed sent free. 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