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THE NEW HOMHWEST, THUESDAY, tfOYEMBttll 18, 3S80.
5' PORTLAND, OREGON, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1880 PUBLISHERS' ANNOUNCEMENT. During the coming year, Mrs. A. S. Duniway will be so constantly employed in public work that she will ilnd it inconvenient to furnish a serial for the New Northwest, to succeed the one now being printed. The publishers are desirous of furnishing an excellent story, and, realizing that the proper way to secure one of merit is to bring contributors into competition, hereby oil'or a prize of $75 00 for the best original serial that shall reach this oflice by the loth of February, 1SS1. To the second best we will award S25 00. We will be the judges or the merits of the stories, and do not desire names of authors until ftfter wo publish the titles of our selections. "We reserve the right to reject any or all oilers. Tbe stories must consist of about twenty-six chapters, of net leas than three columns to the chapter. "We would prefer them to point a moral in the direc tion of the woman movement. Tiie premiums are small, but are all our business will warrant at present. LOCAlJ EPITOME. Mr. J. T5. lie vis, of Goldendale, is in the city. A briek-yanl is soon to be started on the Port land City Homestead. Mrs. A. It. Burbank is lying dangerously ill at her home in Lafayette. Three more "sports" have been lined SoO each by Judge Stott for gambling. Third and outh Third streets, from Market to Sheridan, are to be macadamized. Mr. It. L. Norden has been sullering from severe . illness for more than a week past. It Is said that trains on the narrow-gauge road will be running to Scio by next Saturday." The ottiees of the O. It. & N. Co. are now in the Zeta Psi building, corner of D and Front streets. Several residences are completed on lots of the Portland City Homestead, and others will eoon be erected. The Catholic ladies of Portland will hold a fair r.vxt week iu Leonard's Hall, corner of First and A streets. The Ladies' Relief Society makes the usual an nual appettl to the public in behalf of the Cliil - drcn's Home. Mt J. Q. Crawford, of Harrisburg, has published a neat little catalogue of his stereoscopic views of Oregon scenery. Nicholas Dttvall, a pioneer of '.52, died on Tues day at the residence of H. T. Kuetemeyer, on Sauvle's Island. Owing to the snjierior finish and excellence of wurk, A bell stands preeminent as a photographer. Give him a call. Prof. H. K. Warren and Mr. Win. AVadhams have b?en elected Elders of the First Presbyterian . Church of this city. Kiss Jennie Cartithers who lias !eeti HI for sev eral months, died at her mauler's home in Cane mah on tbe ISth lust A man named John Anderson, from the Ca . cades, died of typhoid fever at St. Vincent's Hos pital on Tuesday night The Common Council is making war upon the opium dens. They propose to make the least fine $30 for selling or smoking it. On Tuesday a young man was arrested on French Prairie for selling liquor without a license. He is now in jail in this city. Nr. J. B. Garrison, at No. 167 Third Btreet, is agent for the Royal St. John, the New Wilson, and the Davis sewing machines. Win. Holmes, a voting man who has lwen con ceded with the boats of the O. II. fe N. Co. for gotne time, died in Oregon City on Monday. Mr. N. McKinsjlrv is authorized to solicit sub scriptions and collect monevs due the New Northwest from patrons in l5at Portland. Sugar-coated pop-corn darge doll with every gross), wholesale and retail, at Post Ollloe Candv btore, in new building opposite the post olllce. Broken candy is 20 cents, mixed candy 25 cents, &id fancy mixed 40 cents a pound, at the Post Of fice Candy Store, in new building opposite the post oilice. ' True happiness, is derived from the use of Pfun ders Oregon Blood Purifier. People who have tried It once never give it up, because they want to remain happy. A handsome and valuable horse, property of Mr. Henry Weinhard, broke its leg last Thursday while running away with a buggy, and was killed to end its misery. A young man named F. O. Pearce, charged with . stealing $105 from a room-mate, has been held by Judge Stearns in default of bail to a wait the action of tbe Grand Jury. A branch of the Irish National Land and Indus trial League has Ikhmi organized in this city. Mr. H. Phelan is President. There are eighty-one members on the roll-call. The strictest attention is given to country or der at the Po-?t Olllce Gaudy Store, in the new building, corner Fifth and Morrison streets, where there is the largest and finest variety of candies in Portland. The proprietor asks a trial. The Common Council last evening considered a resolution proposing to make it a penal of reuse for minors to be found on the streets after 0 p. M. without the company or jKjrmission of parents or guardians. It M ill probably be adopted. The O. It. & N. Co. advertise. for sealed propos als for oiearing their railway line between the crossing of the Sandy River and The Dalles. It seems that the railroad connection of Portland with Eastern Oregon will soon be a reality. Last evening an ordinance was introduced and read twice in the Common Council, prohibiting the erection or maintenance of wash-houses east ,yt VfuHt Park and North West Park streets, north of Hall or south of V re t, on anil after March 1, I8S1, aud fixing penalties for its infringement. On Tuesday morning, Dr. E. A. Jones and 11. E. Edwards, u furniture dealer, had a row, during Which the former fired a. shot at the latter, but missed him. The Doctor is in the county jail, in default of $1500 bonds, to answer the charge of as sault with intent to kill. He claims that Edwards drew a knife an him before lie fired. Persons who desire first-class staple or fancy groceries at low prices can be accommodated by J. W. Bailey, No. 47 Yamhill street, whose stock is large and fresh. He gives prompt attention to orders from the country, and does a commission business in groceries and all products of the farm. Goods are delivered to city patrons promptly. John B. Garrison & Co., of the Ladies' Empo rium and Lace House, has removed to No. 1G7 Third street, as their increased business required more commodious quarters than their old store afforded. Their stock of ladies' underwear, em broideries, laces, etc., is very complete. They will soon commence the manufacture of under wear on a large scale. Mr. Cook, the contractor, prevented a serious accident on Tuesday morning by frightening a runaway team on Washington street into turning up First at the intersection of the two thorough fares. Six men were at work enlarging the cis tern in the intersection, and but for the contract or's presence of mind the team would have plunged in upon them and caused several deaths. On our eighth page will be found tbe advertise ment of Mr. J. Van Bourdon, the jeweler, whose exhibit at the Mechanics' Fair attracted such great attention and excited so much comment. His stock is vastly larger than could he accommo dated in the space at his disposal in the Pavilion, and every admirer of pure gems and elegant gold smith work should visit his store. Those who are not familiar with jewels may rely implicitly on his representations. He is receiving new goods by every steamer and will make an elegant Holi dav display. Remember that bis store is at No. 107 First street. On Monday evening, a number of young ladies and gentlemen met at the home of Mr. A. Hamil ton and marched to the residence of Mrs. M. A. Edmunds to tender a surprise party to Miss Daisy Edmunds and Miss Winona Hunsaker, who had returned to the city after several months' absence. The arrangements'had been so carefully made that neither of the young ladies had her suspicions aroused, and Miss Hunsaker had gone to Oregon City. (James and dancing were the order of the hour. At 11:30 o'clock an excellent lunch was served. Afterward dancing wa resumed and con tinued until about 1:30 A. M., when the company departed, after a very pleasant evening, though re gretting that Miss Hunsaker had not been in formed of the "surprise" in time to prevent her departure. The attention of the public generally, and coun try dealers in particular.js a.kil to the advertise ment of Salinger's Cash Auction Company. Mr. Salinger, by strict attention to business, has built up a large trade, and buys in Mich quantities that lie can oiler goods at remarkably low prices. This week he specially advertises Ids immense stock of embroideries, ransring in price from three to fifty cents jKT yard. These are retail liiriires, and deal ers will of course be favored with reduced terms. He also desires that his low prices for woolen hosiery, from live cents upward, le noticed. His line of lace, silk and linen bund kerchiefs and la dies' anil gents' scarfs and ties is complete, lie also carries a full stock of other staple, plain and fancy drv goods. Bead his advertisement under "New This Week" and send your orders. A M US EM KNT N OTES. The Portland (Maine) Iktitfi Vrof November 2d contains an extended ami laudatory notice of the now celebrated McGiU-ny family, who ap peared at New Portland Thenter in that city on the evening of the 1st iiietaut. Miss Clara Morris, at a recent Sorosis meeting, said she wished to point out an evil which jwople not of tiie dramatic profession cannot understand. It is the commercial management of theaters. Tiie drama should go hand in hand with religion; but the management, to meet the demands of the public, place on the stage immoral instead of moral plays, and not mow than half a dozen per sons in the profession are so well oil that they can say: "I will not play in this piece, because' it is immoral." She wished the ladies before her would take this into consideration there were so many who by writing ami protest would have an iniluence for good. "The Royal Middy," the lir-t opera of the reper toire of tbe Emily Melville English Opera Coni jMiny, was greeted at New Market Theater last Friday evening by a large and fashionable audi ence such an audience as invariably assembles in Portland to greet every well-advertised concert or opera troiijw that comes along. If the average denizen of Oregon's metropolis has a weakness, it is for opera; and it seems that this little peculiar ity is now pretty well understood by the Pacific coast managers. It is also well known that Port land can furnish as good-natured a crowd as ever assembled to he victimized; ami this was plainly proven by the fortitude with which the dear peo ple sat and endured the coarse inuendoes, broad allusions, stupid puns and wearisome music of the composition which inaugurated tbe present "grand operatic season" on the evening men tioned. Not that "The Itoyal Middy" has no re deeming features. It contains several bright, pretty airs, but they are not sufficiently numerous to repay one for listening for the greater part of two hours and a half to the vapid nonsense and coarse huuoonery which are the principal ele ments of the opera. 'Yiu- company undoubtedly contains tome .very good people; hut the public lias a right to expect from a troupe that has "forty artist," especially when the rates of admission are increased, something more than a good sou brette with a failing voice for a star, supported by a tenor with an organ so weak that at times lie could scarcely be heard beyond the orchestra chairs. As an evidence of the completeness of. this grand combination of "forty artists" ($1 50 per seat), it is only necessary to state that, on Monday evening, when "Pinafore" was produced, a local 'music teacher was engaged to sing the part of Captain Corcoran, the great company having no baritone to whom the mrt could he enlrusteil. Van Stone it Crosby, wholesale ami retail druir- giste, Toledo, Ohio, say: We have sold large quantities of the Excelsior Kidney Tad, and have been surprised at the.unvarying satisfaction given by them. See udv II. E. Hodge, Cambridge, Mich., says: I have fllwitiwl urifli natliMin Tor vimra. An "Otilv ...... - - - " ,y jiing Pad" gave me immediate relief. T can roc iinineiKl it as the greatest remedy ever pro luced. bee I om See adv Oregon Leading. A Portland (Oregon) dis patch of October 16th says: "The Oregon Senate and House have passed the constitutional amend ments in favor of Woman Suffrage, the Senate by a vote of 21 to 0, and the House by 30 to 27." Thus one step is gained. We congratulate the Suffra gists of Oregon. They have had an active society, and much labor litis been expended to bring about the present result. Now, if another Legislature must pass upon the same amendment before it can go to the voters of the State for adoption, there will still lie time for enlightenment on the real meaning of the right of the women to vote. May there be" "a long pull, a strong pull and a pull al together," and may the great State, "where rolls the Oregon," be the first to do justice to women. Woman's Journal. Mother! Mothers!! Mothers!!! Are you disturbed at night and broken of your rest by a sick child siidering and crying with the excruciating pain of cutting teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle of Mrs. Winsi.ow's Sooth ing Syrup. It will relieve the-poor littlesutierer immediately depend upon it; there is no mis take about it. There is not a mother on earth who has ever used it who will not tell you at once that it will regulate the bowels, and give rest to the mother and relief and health to the child, operating like magic. It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and pleasant to the taste, and is the prescription of one of the oldest and best woman physieiansnd nurses iu the United States. Sold everywhere. Twenty-tive cents a bottle. A CoiiIi. C'oltl or .Sore Throat Should he stopped. Neglect frequently results in an Incurable Lung Disease or Consumption. Brown's RronchialTroches are certain to give relief in Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh, Consumption and Throat Diseases. For thirty years tbe Troches have been 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 the voice. Sold at twenty-live cents a box everywhere. NEW THIS WEEK. rPHE nFFH'E OF THE NEW WILoX SEWING MA JL elilne ha l--ti removed to 1C Third street. JOHN H. iRKIsoV, Airent. The Ladies' Emporium and Lace House litis inin r in ned fro!ii 1 19 Fr nt street to io7Tiiii:i st.. inn". mki:imx and yamimi.i.. One lrgi: and intreasino trade forced uk to secure niniv coniiniNllini- iiuarters, and we are now-enabled to diplnyour Elegant- Stork of I,adie' Un derwear, Kliil.n.lil.Tl-"., Ijui-h. Zcphvm, Chenille. Relief lletun-a, RurtiliigK. llniilk-r-i N, mid ull material used forfam-y work. All order frofi th- country rvc-!ve our prompt and carrfnl (t-nti.ii. nolS .IOJIV It. UAIIKISON A- CO.. l'roprlr-tnrs. OREGON BLOOD PURIFIER. EMBROIDERIES! Wc Have Just Received TEH STEAMER ORE(ION) S7,500 Worth ..OK.. EMBROIDERIES ! In Colored and White, From ! failure of the LARGE LACE HOUSE IN NEW YORK rptll-S LOT OK I.ACE 'AS THROWN AT AUCTION. X nd bought hy our buyer, Mr. A. M. SHlfnmr. In ordor toclo thrtn down, re will n-ll thorn ut :5c, lc, rte, 7c, Sc, 10, lc, 15c, lIc, 20c, 23c, 30c, 83c, 40c, 45c, o0c PEE. "3T -A. JEt. X , ilelng from no to 75 per rent Ivcr than nny house on Ihu Cont with Oil IIik of goods. Wc have 1m received AN "IMMENSE LINE Hsavy Cotton and Woolen Hosiery! I Tosiery for Tw ! I osiery for 10c ! I fosiery for 12jc anil iij wards! Wc have an El gJint Line of Lace Handkerchiefs (Elegantly Erabroideried), Linen Handkerchiefs, Silk Handkerchiefs in Plain or Brocade, Ladies' and Gents' Ties, Scarfs, Etc., FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS. iwrsn-l for sample. Ad lrc.s all letters to SALINGER'S CASH AUCTION CO., 210 I'irsl St., hot. Taylor mid .Niilinoii, Portland. IMenne state what piper you saw tills In.) WHY AKE WE SICK? Uecnusc we allow the Liver, the Bowels and the Kidneys, those arent organs, to become clogsed or torpid, and poisonous humors are forced Into the blood. Expel them by using Win. l'ftmder'H Oregon Itlood PiirlHer. Said and highly recommended by all dealer. In family medicine. HEALTH MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. JOHN II. OAKKISON'S SEWING MACHINE STORE has been removed to No. V Third street. Depot of sup ply for all kinds of genuine machine needles and attneh mentK. no'R 'X FALL, 188C, iTKTE HAVE NOW OI'EN OLU NEW STOCK FOR I t Fall and Winter, and offer the mot complete asH mineni oi Dry and Furnishing Goods! OK rJ?lie Best Qiuilitien ...Ajrn at THE LOWEST PRICES In the State. Orders boltelltid and carrfnllv tilled. Write to us foi Cikiiytliliit; you want In our line. i olds c&5 JZ.i:isrGcf No. 147 Third Street, Portland, Oregon MHIE IVIS SEWING MACHINE, "TIIE CHIEF," i can Im' found at 17 Third street. JOHN B. GARRISON, Ajent. USE ROSE PILLS, USE ROSE PILLS. Oolmtili:i I .Soot mill Slioe Stove. WALTKK CROSBY. OKO. W. BIL.KS. C. W. BILES & CO., 171 Second St., Centennial Block. 1. Morrfeoimnd Yaralilllj Importers and Dealers lit Boots and Shoes V From the leading Manufactories of the Host. CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK, .-elti it O'SHEA BROTHERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, And Deders in All KIud.s of FRESH AND CURED MEATS, ETC. Stalls 22, 23, 24 and 25 in Central Market, PORTLAND, OREGON. SHIPPING SUPPLIED ON REASONABLE TERMS. s16tf milK ROYAL ST. JOHN SEWING MACHINE, TIIE L most wonderful and perf-et of all. JOHN R. GARRISON. Aeent, No. IU7 Third street. BUSINESS W0MEN OF PORTLAND. Two-line Xoiieex will be innerteil in thi Direelory with one c)y nf jHtjx-r regularly tlelireretl) for 50 cent jter month. The laities mentioiml ure commetuletl to the rentiers of the Xete .VortAwnrf a$ rrtkible anil worthy of imtromige, ami every re .tjMHim'We hwriness womun in I'ortlund shoultl be numetl b this column. MRS. GRADON, llutton-hole Maker, No. W. Third street. MRS. SIMMONS, l'.leacher and Presser, No. 32 Main street. MRS. P.URNS, Fruits Cigars, and Tobieco, No. 1.1 Wash iUKton street. MRS. A. E. WEST, Wholesale and Retail Miinnar.No 27 Washington trwt. MRS. .1. 1 PARRIS1I, M. D.. (late of ew York. Physi cian and surgeon. onieejW First street. MEsDAMES CRUMP & WIGIITMAN, Fashionable Drexs-makers, Second street. Plaiting done to order. MRS. A.J. RRAZELLit CO., Dressmakers, 131 Third st. 'cut all kinds of patterns by a new method; satisfaction assured. ANNIE M.ynSilN. Millinery and Fancy Goods, Stamp ing, Hair work, and Domestic Patterns, No. 90 Morrison . SEND TO MRS. II. 11. LITT for an eleieantSllk and Wool Suit for TIM p. p;;rf,Tt in styu7a.nl wo?k heavy Headed Dolmans, with Headed Fringe, $15.00, Sent either "CO. IV or on reeHpt of money onler. Flret-!aaH Dreas-makln Addre-s H. It. LITT (formerly with piseU Iiir), Third und Alder streets. HUSINKSS MEX. sltemepoohll' 1,ho:Sr"n". tl'e 0Hery oppo- Z!Ky,AX-wntow . 3i ".y "rrry?. Wt-We Chop House and Res taurant, No. North First street. A. DANOUEIIEGER, French Ijiundry, No. 211 Thin! street, between Taylor and Salmon. i ,TIU';,V,NE,W iHV.S" ,s u,e ePt Sewing MmIiIiiq to buy. M heeler t Wilson MTg Co., SS Morrison street. i.X1?.1.1, STUCH, Owners for Oroson of th Native! Patent Chimneys, the best and safoit No. SBSeeOml streot.