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THE XEW XOBTHWEST, THURSDAY, OYEjNIBER 11, 1880.
P TOBapsrDtOBKaOK.TliUItSDAY, NOjEMUKR 11, 18S0 LOCAL EPITOM.'i. , -Mil - t Hita. J. 31. MUelie.il has gout to Washington Pwonr AwtiL Rt No. 143 First RtittJl&is ''the" hattur of I. ' W mk GL J. Rom is Vru&MaiiUat UiaEnst Portland "Pile Pfirtlanl HauGock0njb has resolved itself xnaHypial organization WlMF. H. WoodwsaHlias bm reflected City AW of East Portidhd. SfflfMtL Mi the 3mrd-stre t Sut House, does OWPfcritrCiaae dreNr making. Mir. Mins Por. uS0n.ljHS fe&tolUucd the Pioneer YoffHpul at tl .CfOtkof E ftrttet. Tit iuuul F-jao: CwVperat'Oii of the Christian -church nov igpoisiou In tliit-ity. BIJBt K, ninear!"! eon frlimuid Mr?. F. K. Arnold, rilaiMrf Monday ofsyarlet fever. Tile UniUmimuiHlHy Sehool'!3Bffir will he held io-aiotrasgwpjiing and Sutuninaflernoon. faster fSfaQe Dimlvay Is suSU'rins. a severe sprain of film rht arm, oecuon4 byniull. Every attendant at New MaiEat Theater to- t - x. -Zmi i i t JiPWP . i ngjeiva a prze yaeui.vury no uiuuks. f lecture in Astoria on bt. Mary's llos- Aib&'riKaglfer8 llectu! UwTOUi iffitaWfor th- bqjielit of tnitnU In nfttlfn Democratic ftJHi.qeiivfry wagon gfrm), arzawDiicK. ami wve Sinews is felt in this city lest the )S should bring small-pox from ban Sfarv Sifers, daughter of Hon. J. B. Sifers line county, died in JaoRsonvtUe on tlie OrUkhd Seamen's Friend Society offers $50 forXa1 lHiSl I'1"11 Ior a iuanner s nuine lty. miur to thesuotfnor finish and excellence of AVass; Nov&4 Morrison itreot, has a full . pf DonlOIVb reliabio pawerns. fcenu for catalogue.: I.- OTtosrow even in sir at New Market Theater, NfafoiHa opera company will inaugurate a lCjtwo weeKs. pipe organ has been contracted for by r-street unurcn, to ne piareu ui iwaiuuu fTtext Italmiary. f Cearge Wriplit Post, 0. A. It., Isant ScfI htft evening. On the lve an elitertainiiusiiu lias taken his Hlivery stable ac Itpn-i-rictoi is a lMmctfii. ,. jflipr Mct'oruilck, bkGibr of Hon. J. ztofm St. vupent s nopiiai on 10rk.,;ihwick IJpglunied over to ltoLiforwBPCtion tt!tx roll ol 1UH- uemah (iUityimlo!ting to aoW,.i-l The linesMatS ii .4h-tlanItai.-l a the most rea sonable pmRB, m Ik found at Wood's elegant store, on Firatstreee, in tMri Fel. jM s' Temple. "owteH ' "Xi-Ltini Hante doll with every wlo!sal Olmail, at Po-t Ollh-e Cnmly jblare. inj4i o in iCJrt ite tne mist oiuce. the si tiiiif fraternity" t Circuit Court to the charge lined $50 each on two count. iStflie Kiticleftf silverwaiv, left in the Presbyte JltmTurih on Tuesday nhr.it after the so'iable. Sjcee inJailiie next morning, a.id probably were vSptien. :ibokei1lT te 28 cent, mi Neil candy 2o cents, 1 4 oetlts a pound, at the Post Of- . .2- .1 ill new (kmi-iiiik opjKsii? me 9 biiSB is aurelv th lslrel eml of all Ratjoy ft by usin 1 funder's Oregon rf Ser, wltielt will reme all suiierlliious make every uody sm;:-. loll fllack of Butteri'-k' -'ebratiHl imtterns i jiui, btfgt 8seIro(l at No. ttl Morrison street. one wMMlinf n 9tmp wi'i reeel-'e a catalogue. writKlen grren to stan ing. Sk 0Jtet who reoer 3 resignetl the JicBlrat JJantist CI rch of litis c tv. lis t lioahehter, N , to acceiit tlie ition and aacriii rUUne in tlie theo- tri" of tliat city. wltfch were taken from the stane liv Sid Siskiyou Mountains on the niiiht f September 15th have otfti mostly recoveretl, ns tlie liighwiiymen took nothing that would arouse uspicion if found on their persons. Tile strictest attention is given to country or ders at the Post OlUce Candy Store, hi the new baikling, corner Fifth ami Morrison streets, where there is the largest ami finest variety of candies in Portland. Tiie proprietor asks a trial. To-marrCw evening tho Republicans of Multno mah will hold a ratification over tlie National Victory. There will be a parade, speaking at the Court House, music by hands and glee clubs, fire works, and an "old-fashioned love feast." It was heart-rending to see witli what pitiful and mournful faces the Democrats on Saturday night jail led down the picture", trnnspurancics , and banners that graced the hall on the corner of '. First and Stark streets during the campaign. On last Friday night, three highwaymen stopped a teamster on tlie Red House road ami demanded bis money. He had none, and they wahed the articles 111 his wagon, consisting of a , fcipSi -ine iiouseuoiu furniture, to punish between Alder and Morrison. He is agent for the Decker, Fischer and Emerson & Dunham pianos and the Clough & Warren and Palace organs, which will he sold on installments of So or 10 per month. See his advertisement under "New This Week." Prof. E. C. Taylor, the magician, has been greeted with crowded houses at New Market Thea ter since his opening night. His entertainments have uniformly given satisfaction, many of his tricks being entirely new. In particular, the magic growtli of flowers and the Turkish box mys tery are puzzling and highly appreciated. Mile. La Grande, who assists him, is very clever. Her "egg dance" accomplished while she is blind folded, among eggs lying over the stage is won derful, as it displays a surprising power of remem bering positions and calculating distances. The presents given away nightly comprise many use ful and valuable articles as well as money. Tlie reception accorded Professor Taylor shows that a good entertainment will be well supported when prices are placed at figures to suit the times. His last performance will he given to-night. A C'oiikIi. Colli or Sore Tlirout Should be stopped. Neglect frequently results in an Incurable Lung Disease or Consumption. Buowx's Bitoxt'iiiAiriHH HKs are certain to give relief in Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, Consumption aud Throat Diseases. For thirty years the Troches have leen recommended by physicians, and always give perfect satisfaction. They are not new or untried, but having been tested by wide and constant use for nearly an en tire generation, they have attained well-merited rank among the few staple remedies of the age. Public speakers and singers use them to clear and strengthen tlie voice. Sold at twenty-live cents a box everywhere. The idea has frequently been advanced that General Grant's part in tlfe recent campaign was actuated bv the understanding Hint General Gar field would favor the "third term" in 1SS4. To set at rest the idea, the Philadelphia Amerietm, edited by Wharton Barker, an intimate friend of the President-elect, announces that General Gariiuld will lie his own candidate for reelection. Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!! A m i-fi lSafnrlol nt nJirlit. Rlld broken of vnur rest by a sick child sull'ering and crying with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Winslow's Sooth ing Syrup. It will relieve the poor littlesuflerer immediately depend upon it; there is no mis- taKe auouc it. mere is noi u niuuii on carcn who has ever used" it who will not tell you at once tlmt it will tvMrni.if fi,f linwels. find give rest tn the mother and relief and health to the child, operating like magic It is perfectly safe to use in all case?, and pleasant 10 uie ui&ic, aim is uiu physicians and nurses in the United States. Sold everywliere. Tweniy-nve ceius u oouie. Henry Van Nortwick, of Toledo, Ohio, says : A friend prevailed upon me to try an "Only Lung 1'au," and l ontaineii immediate renei rrom a rucking cough. I Inww the pad helped me. See adv. - " wart? astroua nro, winj- - Last Friday L.tl (,it , iii ). .iin. destroyed tho Astor Houue, O. uoodcnikl atore- niarket, Eankin nno. l0,if iii.-, will iiwwi iivi i. ,000, lSUr , os y, T " M 4Mb BP 1 AM rZSSLir-t.Z aton' meat inir. J. J. Walton' 1 eon , rersons who """rvkflrBUeteig staple or fancy I fSPT1, at l?w PJ14MbeT5oemino(iaUfd by X iariyaHll froSh. Ho XI" "!?". nt !,, ordora from tho coun """lira lii mm Qootlaareftloliveretl vedf a fwflH, rShanalu. , 1, yf th- T0"' r etore, lias runiowd In. ml IS" nromnt i air I Ileus u commission ious 01 uio iurm. promptly. lown muaic and art orrktou to Third street, At Milan there is a cremation furnace in the cemetery, and it is so well wtronizcd that tlie question or disposing of the ashes recently came up. It was decided to erect a cinerary temnle in which to place the ashes of tlie dead. The re mains will he deposited in labeled iars and placed on shelves in tlie temple, like rows of jam and preserves m the Kitchen jwntry. Mrs. J. B. Wilson, of Tiffin, Ohio, siys : I havo worn an Improved Kxcelsior Kidnev Pad, and re ceived more relief than from all remedies I havo ever tried. I cheerfully recommend it to all suf- lerers. tee adv. 1 lie man who gets maddest at a new3Htper squib is usually the fellow who borrows tlie javjwr tie reads 11 out 01. Young women ofteu keep their lovers by tears, "Yes," says Urum wig, "love, liko beet, Is pre serve I by brine." A promising young horse in South Boston lias been named Dr. rainier, in hopes that It will make him fast. AGBNT.N I'OK Till: SV.W HTII WlWl'. The following wron :ir- Mnly Ani-nfs for the New North wkt: IX I. Gray Mm. J. H. Koaler Mm. U K. lroetMtel U I- Wllliama Mm. Laura UrFore Goftlon... Anhliy IVrre ........ M. P. Owen W. W. Rearh r. ... "Woman' Joaraaln. I. P. IVrter. Mr. J. W. JarkMHl Mr. Itti Keam MM'. S. FolU Mm. II. A. IxxiKfaary... MIkk Mr- Btaaop Mlw Kllen ScotC R. T. Itohiaon Mm. K M. Kflty Mm. M. K. t'ookp Mm. J. Ih-Voro Jnhnnon Mm. IWinnell Ir. lt-iylfy Mm. R. A. Vawur Mm. . K. ('rwin I.f I.miKhlln . ... ftnthorlMU to Mt un Albany LaOrande HIIIlK)r, ........California .Benton county IN Colfax, W. T .... KnW, Or fKagmeClty Pa JflM. Cal ileMlnnrllle .... ...BrownnTllle . J'Ofent GroTP .OoltiutMlf, V. T Ijay"tl Oregon f'lty Tho Dalles CfrvalllM Walla Walla trlH .... North Yamhill BUSINESS W01YIENJF PORTLAND. 7W-np Xutica will be intrrtnl in thix IHmAory , with one ixtpff of jfajm- rfftmlartjf drlirerrd, or .") cntii ;r month. The bullet mentumetl are eommemied to the render of the XM Xortkwemt m reliable ami trorthf of ftiromtite, uhU every re tjxmsilAe bueinem woman in brtlaml tftonttl be nomeit In tM$ column. MItS. (S1UD0N, lnitton-hole Maker, No. mi Thlnl MltS. SIMMONS, IMe-M'her ami Pr-r, No. St JIhIii U""I, MRS. IHTICNS, I'TiUtii, Claan, and Tobflceo, No. U WhsIi M.JlH: A- v" WKKT, WholPHale and BotMll Milliner, No. Miy?. AVIIJ.IS, KleiRintly Furnlnhetl llnoin.i, nortliWHt vonirr ruin anu .Mum mrwn. MRS. .1. I PARUISH. M. I, (Inte of New York), Pliysl riMii niiu ntirgeoii. uinrp JW rilM .slrwl. MK. M. J. KNSION, No. 3I5 Klmt nlrt, near Main, cuts nun mum iur ti. i--nn i orn rowiiiT for shio. MKSDAMKS CHITMP A WK5HTMAN, IVshionnblo nmwiiiHKi're, sn.tM-oiia iriHi. I'lHiuni; ilono lo onier. MRS. A.J.RIIAZI:MjA r)..I)nfKiimk'ra,l."UTIilni8t.,cut mi hiiiiihoi muTiii iiya new inciiioii; futiiKraciion assured AN NIK MATTRON, Mlllhiprj- and Fancy Ooods, Stami- 111s, iiair worK, ana jmiiiiphih' 1'aiieniH, o. hi .Morrison si, SKNI1TO MItS. II. II. I.ITT for an eleKimtSllk and Wool -.r f'sui Tiior nro rwrfert III Htylc anil work. Alwi li . i-U'ied IVdnutiw. with BeadMl Flincpa. tlfla S nl rlthpr "f O. IK" or on rflpt of mowy order. Flmt-rlum UroMa-makiMc. AdilnM II. U. MTT(torwrty with l.s-li-iBf , Third ami Alder ntreetn. NKW THIS WKKK. PIONEER WOOD-YARD, At the foot of K strept. AM. IilXIlS OF AVOOIl, Sawed and unHuwed, ponstantly on hand, and delivered to all nrtK or me c-liy. noil tf jriJtrs SORENSEN, Proprietor. TlTSlTiEKS stits. rm. . M!t. rt'HC p -tngraphpra, at the Gallery oppo hH Ute Hioniep. MIL A MltaWHITTI-K. WeatMw Chop lI.mwa.Hl Res tatiraiit, Mo. 11H North Klmt int. A. DAJfOITKUKOKR. Frpnph IHndo. No. 2U Thlnl street, lietwwn Taylor and Halmnn. T1IIC "NEW NO. 8" Ik Hip phpauit Spwlng Mnolillio to buy. Wheeler A Wllon M'fV To., w Morriaon streol. BAYER A mrwru, Ownpm for Oragoa OX tU NUvJ Patent Chlmneya, thp beat and sarrat No. KlSeaond ttreet. THE LARGEST PIANO WAREROOM AND I.AR'iEsT STut'K OF PBAEMOS AED ORGANS North of San FraiiPlwo, now oppnlnic on Third Street, one door south of Olds A- KIlis'- SUPERIOR INDUCEMESTrS ! Oireml to persons wlnhlnit to wleet from a nnmlier of In- Tlio ruinous ikcki:k IJKOTIIF.US, The Popular 3. A: . rihCIIKR, The AVell-kiiouii i:.M KKSOX A- DL'XHAJt JUST QLO-3l.3STS, The Celvhrutcd O.ortSH A VAKKIi.V and I'AI- aci: OICOAAS. IruitrnmenU xold on Installment of $5 and $M) er inonth noil 1m W. T. si! ANAHAN, Aicent. USE ROSE PILLS. OREGON FURNITURE MANUFACTURING CO., s. UIWK.'SSTKI.V l'rrliIcBl. MM. k API'S Srrrrtar. OREGON BLOOD PURIPIKt. "How will I regulate my system ?" wan a leading question until "Ym. Vranttcr'H Oregon Blood Purifier was introduced- puroly vogotablo compound. Try It. Fur Sale by all Druggist. HEALTH TRAVEL OREGON AND CALIFORNIA RAILRflAD C0MF.Y, On and after October 11th, 1SS0. -a;n will run a- (DAILY; EXCEP1 -TjrJDAYS) : '( .aNiHltle IUyIIb. , rOM 1'OItTIA.M) tv TtMamimm. ' Mall Tmiii Portland ..7tlfi a. m. I nf Roseburg .5:00 a. m. P-.rttjK. tlr.x. LEAVIK Portland Lebanon Albany Expiw mrajfM ..--1:00 p. jr. I T. ..-.4:45 a. m. I I Frelsht T OFFtra Ajcft f M.f.sit.H.M- i .. -. h v; im.i YamhUl fttreetn, FAtfoBY -tiiin-r ' ..I MaUiMMi sireete, PORTIjANI) OKKOON 'PHIS fXMPANY MANTKAITL'SES KINDS OF J. Furniture, from the plainest and cheapest to the most elaborate and costly. It maintain It trading eharacteri ik. original and artistic deidaits and superiority of workmanship. Tint o. r. St. 'o. Also keens eoaolanUy In stoelt a OQinidais this a c -fV 3? r.r s : Which They Ofl'er at Very Low Prices. nel6 tf ESTABLISHED IN 1852. Sl'OlTSIlfilS" 103IPOKIUM. WILLIAM BECK & SON, Wholes.tlv an.! K. tail Dealers In GUNf. RIFLES AND KKVul.VKILS OF EVERY DE ' siltilTIuN. Wm Moore's, W. & C. Scott & Son, Remington, Parker Bros., and the Famous Colt's Breech-Loading Shotguns. A full assortment of the aliove famous makors constantly lnMOCk' RIFLES. Winchester', SlianwV Ilallanl, Nurses', Kennedy A HUN9mf' PISTOLS. , C'olt'8, .Smith A WewinV, Hopkins A Aliens', and tho '"aiT" fun' 'iff WetHllIe rartrldues, Ilreerfi-LoadlnB llaml Pa vers hells. ,'a fH.rtei..en's turner r n Alder St-.. X'ortlnml. Or. -. !B till O'SHCA BROXHERS, wholesale jyr RfM xurcmsjts, Ami Dealers ill Ml f jaiissu and QWUn aosAtS, sra Stnlls 22, 23, 24 23 ,n ContrafWlarkot, pfjeflTI'D, OKI500N. I.BA.VBS Portland 8:15 a ji. I Ja Junction 5:! a sr. I P.rtt The Oregon and California Hail tlon with all Regular Trains on KaV UK mt.:. .... ...i4Aa ... ..sjri? arrf moires ivestside mrtmvi. FROM PORTLAND T MtV A UJs. .Hall Trwiti AB. l . UlVfti Portland so a. m. I rv.r-ii . CorvHllls JOa. m. V ! Chne eonneetlons are made m R of Uie California and Oreicon Sia rickets for Mile to all the iirlit !i and the East, at the Company's orll. Corner P nnd Front Streets, at Kerry Storage will be charged on Flwtsd.t lmny's Warehouses over tventv-ftnr hu; FrelKht will not lie reeeived for i' -rtt i-fter 5 v. m. on ratitelue Division, and n ' 7ejt inviKion. - E.P. ROOEItS ' Oen. FrelKht and PasenRer Agent. ima. us. IrJa it. .imp ill the Ma. in California Purtlani. !i.in ii rwi -ft i-rtpr s oWHax oejt . yt. on WpsHMs BRVNUfc 'iperl n leoMt "ilj ; PORTLAND TO SAW fftAitCtaOO Carrying IT. S. Mail and Weili Fargo'r; Co'i Exprc IM I I II I I 3QW. rilHE OREGON RAILWAY AND pany and I'aeinc Coast SteaMenlp pateh. every live days, for the above jwn ami elegant A 1 Iron Steamships, Tic: THE OREGON, COLUMBIA, AN0 fTAYE CALIFORNIA. SAILING DAYS-November 4. O, M.Ma4 IecpHiber I. a. Lea vine Portland si 3 i. v. TirROUOII TICKETS Mdd to All the the United States and Canada. l'or particulars for I!saire anl Freirht.al WElrv Steamsbli ArentO. R A Corner of Ash and r nt itreeu, Tnrtlssi1. fi. Or to J. Mi?RAKEX Co., .seni or ;ne i. i n. uo 1, 92 and si North FTnt xtreet, Por?Iand. Or. aSLfc nh.. O. SHINDI.KK, r. H. '"BADBOCan I'ortland. Bun FranafaMa Established ! 867. SHINDLER & CWDBGURHE; Front mid First St., bet. 3t'rtMn and TatnaMIL POUTrVNP, OR ')-V. Wholesale nnd Ketail . ileiv in Furniture and Bedding I OF EVERY DESCfcF i U. Carpets, Oil Cloths, Mirrora, Wf." Paper, Bte. OLDEST HOUSE IN m FOfWITiIRE TRADE. Headquarters for School Desks fir,, n r-ii-ureaRpeeiattsr. FACTORY, FOUR MILES HIIO M VU T I i JUAKJs. selff.p USE ROSE IlLS. SWOPE & Lt Are now prep:ird to do Printing, Engraving mail Bofl Binding: ! " At Lowor Ratps and In ns workni.mllke a nuaiwr as an- othor establishment on tlie Nortu Pacific Cbs their STEAKS PRINTING RO0$f Na. loo Prom atrucA faffMsiaAi 'Orawa by Mat! will tr prompt attent TJin AaiBiiicijf J . Stoam Dyeing and Cloaning Wort nVB iWfD OLttAN ALL KIXTMS Or SILKrWi nd Troueh systemn. Kid OIotss ami Feslbsss CleuwfiiR and dysiwg gents' lioUtlaa-H tsMinlty. . Oi CONRAD A C street, PortlanU, Ort 'JOB