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THE ! NEW NORTHWEST, THUBSDAY, MAltOH 10, 1831.
PORTIA5D. OREQOX. THURSDAY, MARCH 10, MM.
', Bead Litt't Suit House advertisement. '
The overland mail service betweenrPortland and
gan I ranclaoo nas Deen recstaoiisnea. . .
Lieutenant Fred. Bchwatka la now.n route
from the East to visit his parents In Salem.-
: Mrs. J. J. Shaw, wife of the County Judge 6
- Marlon county, died in Salem on Monday .last. -
Tha health or Uenerai joseon lAne is verv
poor, and it Is thought he will live but a short
time.- . ' -' . ' '
r The remains of Comrade Bradley were burled
"Mn Monday -by Ueorge w right 1'ost iso. I. u.
A. It. ' -
'A. A. White, convicted of forging a money order.
has been sentenced to the penitentiary for Hires
years. - rr- 1
' Cantaln James u. fj&a win soon visit urejron
and axaralaa-lhe channelandJiar oi iheX'ojumbiav
UUgJilYCri XK'- -..n -"r;rmxmv-. rr--ii-ir.avSr T-.'Cs-asMSK-' --.-rr sas-r;
. Of the $10,000 needed for the erection of a Marl
; ners' Home in this city, $4157 50 has been sub
Mrs. Elizabeth, Stark, wife of Hon. Ben. Stark,
- formerly of this city, died In New London, Conn.,
on Sunday last.
Owing to the superior finish and excellence of
work, Abell stands preeminent as a photograpner,
Give him a call.
Two telegraph wires between Walla Walla and
Portland are necessary to accommodate the busi
ness or the two cities. .
. , The death, of Mr. John W. Pittock, brother of
Mr. H. 1 Pittock or the Oregonian, occurred at
Pittsburg, I'enn., yesterday morning.
The lecture of Be v. J. A. Gray, in .East Port
land, on Friday evening last, is highly commend
ed by those who bad the good lortune to bear it.
Three new telegraph lines will soon be eatab-
, lUhedfrom Ainsworth te Hpokan Falls. Walla
Walla to Orange City, and fromPuyallupto
Messrs. Henry McGinn, Jonathan Bourne. M.
.M.Smith and C F. McCormao have passed ex
amlnations-before the Supreme Court and been
admitted to practice.
John Ar Beck, opposite the Esmond, on Front
. street: has recently refitted and renovated his
store, and now has the neatest aad most tasty
" Jewelry establishment in town. - can and see mm.
tm law loners for the erection of an la-
sane asylum have decided to adopt certain por
tions of the plans submitted by various architects.
thus combining .the good points of all the de
igns; - ,.: ' ., : 'r,
; Jim Turk and his son are again In trouble, hav
ing maltreated a sailor who did not.wlsh to go to
their boarding-house. Some means should be de
vised' of ridding the.communlty of these law
breakers. . - . ..
Mr. J. Van Beurden. the well-known leweler.
Ho, 107 First street, has received his Spring stock
Of diamonds, watches, silverware, etc, He makes
specialty of diamond mountings. See his adver
tisement, - . '
In' East Portland, on Monday evening, two
young men, named Henry Hera brie and James
"MoGrew, got into a row, during jrbichttte latter
received' a pistol shot in the fleshy part or the
right arm. ' . .
The Alumni Association of the Portland, High
School will meet on Monday evening next, at
B o'clock, in the Park School building. Business
or great, imnorUmr will ho fninnnrfni anil a
arge attendance Is desired.'
Flshel A Boberts. the nonular clothiers, corner
JL- First aiMi-Aldery havemarkedownhr-prlee
for tne next thirty days to enable them to make
room for their Spring goods. All you wh'o wish
genuine bargains, give them a call.
- The Met hod ist-Kpiseopal Con ven t Ion, which
closed Us sessions last evening, has been well at
tended, and its proceedings were marked by-in
teresting discussions on numerous- topics con
nected with Sunday-school and church work.
( - Fred C. 41111, a young man recently from Puget
Sound, committed suicide in his room at the Occi
dental Hotel yesterday morning. , He left a letter
directing that his effects be sent to Mrs. Thomas
Hill, Burlington, . Vermont but-asalgalngiio
.cause for his death.
Mrs, A E. West, after an absence of several
weeks, has returned with an elegant stock of
Spring millinery, and announces her opening day
to be next Wednesday, March 16th. Her goods are
Imported direct from Paris and New York, and
' are all of the newest designs.
Mrs. M. J. Ensign has removed to the corner of
Fourth and Oak streets,' where she continues to
.do first-class dress-ms king at' living prices. She
keeps on hand all' the lateat styles of fashion
Elates, and gives Instruction about trimming free,
uits cut and basted for $1, and satisfaction guar
anteed. . - . ' ' ,
On Tuesday evening, Mr. W. W. Francis,
manager of the Bank of British Columbia, died
at his room in the bank building, from malig
nant scarlet fever.- He was a highly respected
.and thorough business man. His remains will
be burled this afternoon under the auspices of the
The fact that Mr. H. B. Lltt's ready-made suits
for women, which kraaent to any address C. O.
P., may be examined at offices by customers and
returned at his expense if not-found satisfactory,
should gain him many orders. He Is perfectly
reliable. His wife, a flrst-clasa dress-maker, per
sonally superintends all work.
' ' The headalrent of one of the lei
machine of the country was beard to remark to
his partner: "By the way, Mr, , do you know
that the New Domestic is we best sewing machine
In America r And so aay all who have tried
them. EF. Heroy la the agent, No. 225 Second
Street, between Salmon and Main.
Isador Gumbert, of the Golden Bute Bazar, held
his rrand orient n? on Saturday evening last.
when fully 2000 people called to Inspect and ad
I wtre'trtrfcftCTTre klass "am
porcelain ware, uurinir ma aosence ior irooaa, mm
gadtpg-wwlug Tk y
-atoirTthtmnrryTendvaUid and lefltted. Tbe
Tr! reserved for gthe wholesale depart-
A Lodge of the Degree of Honor was organized
In this city on Wednesday evening, March JM, by-
Grand Master Abell, of the Ancient Order of
United Workmen, with sixty charter members.
one-third being ladies, wlveS ot daughters of
tnembere-of - the-Orderr-The nameof Martha
asfngton was given to the Lodge, which is in
stltuted under favorable auspices.
Mr. J. W. Bailey, of, No. 47 Yamhill street,
wishes It announced that on the 1st f January he
adopted the rule of selling for cash only, Pur
chasers of fine staple and fancy groceries will re
ceive the benefit of this change, as he will Incur
no losses by bad bills, and make his prices corre
spondingly low. , Orders promptly. attended to, and
goods delivered In the city." ' Tr ,
On Monday. the annual meeting of the tax-payers
of Schoof District No. 1 was held in the Court
House, and proved very harmonious. A five-mill
tax was voted, In order that the debt of the Dis
trict may be wiped out, , The erection of new
structures or additions to present ones was op
posed, but the Directors were Instructed to rent
buildings if the' present accommodations for pu
pils are found Insufficient. . ; -
The Spiritualists of this State and Washington
Territory-will commemorate-the thirty-third -an
niversary or the dawn or their ralth by a two days'
ConyentfoajBlLJbcrtyJialltbeglnnlntt at 10 a. m.
March 80th and closlnsr at 10 pf M. MariTfTnitr
which "was ""the ""date of the-commepeemeni
of 4he ,4Bochester knocklngs" In 1848. Promi
nent speakers will be present, and the friends
from abroad are Invited to participate.
.m AMUSEMENT NOTES.
The attendance at the Initial Espinosa concert
was not what it should have been, owing partly
to the excess of local entertainments of that char
acter this Winter, and partly to the fact that Lent
has drawn Its mantle of penitence over the spirits
of a large portion of the amusement-loving public:
but artistically the performance was a success, and
those present who delight In music were not dis
appointed In their anticipations of a treat. M.
Espinosa is a pianist of fine execution, and won
two deserved recalls. Ernst Schmidt, with his
violoncello, showed the true artist In the handling
of his Instrument, and was loudly encored after
each nVimber. Miss Jennie Landsman, the prima
donna, or whom much was expected, has a highly
cultivated soprano voice, which In the upper notes
Is round, sweet and full, but in the middle register
Is at times harsh and shrill, particularly in the
louder passages. . She seemed to . find favor with
the audience at once, however, and received two
enthusiastic recalls, Miss Sylvia Gerrish, who
will be remembered as a member of the Melville
opera troupe, appears to better advantage on the
concert stage than a an aspirant fgr lyrio honors,
her sweet, honest, well-modulated contralto voice
at once establishing her as a favorite. The duet
from "Maritana1 by the two ladies was the gem
of the evening, though almost every number re
ceived a hearty encore. August Zecu, the accom
panist, filled the position very acceptably. The
troupe' appeared, in East Portland last evening,
and to-night give their second concert at New
Market Theater. On Friday evening they will
appear at Vancouver, and on Saturday return to
Portland, giving their two last performances In
this city hat afternoon and evening. It is hoped
The largest library of the world, at Paris, contains-
many curious and -interesting works.
Among them may be found a Chinese chart of the
heavens, made about -600 years B. C. In this
chart. 1,400 stars are correctly Inserted, as corrob
orated by the observations or modern astrono
mers.. , , . .. . :'
The office-seekers arevin a great flurry since
President Garfield's Inauguration. There ap
pears to be no limit to the number of patriotic
men who want to serve their country. ,
fiot. vnnp Knrlnir rwwtrv rtadv now and avoid
the rush next May.
Are' you disturbed at night and brbkeu of your
rest by a sick child suffering and crying with the
excruciating p'iiln of cutting teeth? If so, go-at
once and get a bottle of Mrs. WtNMjOw'a Sooth
iko Syrup.. It will relieve the jHxir little sufferer
immedlately-ependjirHm It I there Js no mis
take about it. Inhere ,1s 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 Ii perfectly safe to use
in all cases, and pleasant to the taste, ami is the
prescription of one of the oldest and best woman
physicians and nurses in the United States. Sold
everywhere1. Twenty-five cents a bottle.
A C fc. Old r NN Tk
Should be stoppetL Neglect frequently results In
an Iucurable Lung Disease or Consumption.
Brown's Bronchialtroches are certain to give
relief in Asthma, Bronchitis, Coughs, Catarrh.
Consumption and Throat Diseases, tor thirty
jrears the Troches have been recommended by
physicians, and always give peneci satisfaction.
They are not new or untried, but having been
tested tv wide and constant use for nearly an en-
rank among tne rew staple remeuies 01 tne age.
Public sneakers and slntrers use them to clear and
strengthen the voice. Sold at twenty-five cents a
box everywhere. . . .
May still be found at 131 Third street," where she
I- . I n Mil .11 .1 tm Wi.tlnr. Ammm
11 irjnici lu till mil viufii ivi ina rv 1 uicnow.
cloaks, del mans, etc., In latest styles and best
manner at reasonable rate. s Ladies are Invited to
call and see her. Instruction given. If desired.
Satisfaction guaranteed. '
If Tmn Waal aUslktla,
our old aewing machines to Garrison's
sewing machine store, 107 Third street. He has
employed one of the best adjusters and sewing
machine repairers on the coast. Charges reason
able. All work warranted for one year' . .
. - '.
' II IS VNtMtrjr
To send the stands and tables of your Sewing Ma
chines to Garrison's Sewing Machine Store when
ou wish to get them repaired. Take the machine
admmthe table and pack It In a
easenlug the cost 01 expresvage.
The "e'WNo. 8" II the cheapen Yewliig inadilnr
to buy. Wheeler A Wilson M'f g Co., 88 Morrison St.
Mrs. M. J Crump, dressmaker and pattern store.
225 Second sL Also, boarding and lodging upstairs.
ItW TUIB Will,
ucABDiAsrsysroTirK or a ale.
rpHK U.NDKRWaNEI,-UARIIAl-i3y LKHTER N.
I Rlly, a nil nor, will aell tli rvml property broi(lnf to
tns rutMlm or Mid minor, tn-wlt I lUSandSla Hlocli
In tb City of Portland, County ot Mnltnontkh, Htte of
Oravoa, tb Mm la laid tlown and door1bMl on th
mapa and plaU uf Mid cttyatubll auction to lb highest
Mddrr for rnah, on Monday, the IHtb day of April, IHHI, at
the hour of 10 o'olork In tn Anvnoon of said day, atth
front (mwI) door of lb County Itoart llua of Multnomah
County, OrvKon. II. H. AM-KV,
WooDWARir a. Woodward, 1 k Uuardlan.
Attorney for Uuardlaa. h ' - malOSt
OPEtllllG OF MILLINERY 1
On Wednesday, March 10.
K. st Waaklaa-toa atrl.
' : : Baa Jut received aa elegant and varied HUek of .
n EW MILLINERY CO OD8I
Direct from New York and Parla. which will be- open
for Innpevtloa on the above date.
Sr Lad Ira are Invited to call and examine tnS? gooJa.
SIMPtZ, H0ISE1ES8, UQHT-SU5SIS0 1
The Pioneer In All Improvements!
All klnda of ftrwlog Machine Matcrinla for aale. Re
pairing a apeclalty. E. V. UCSeY, AgrmU
felO SSS Reeond HL.bet. Halmon and Main.
USE ROSE PILLS.
. JOHK A. BECK,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
front street (oppoalte the Esmond), Portland, Or. ,
A Fine Aaaortment of
CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY ANO SPECTACLES
"T"' . ; AT LOW PRICES.
' " mmtmmmtm
" Repairing a BprrtaltyAU Work Warranted. "
"Paichaalng AMERICAN WATCHES Direct and for Caak.
and having (he advantage of law Rent, I can aafely proBa-"
,ae iwrr rncea man inroi ncr nouae in 7rcgnn.
Being competent, I will repair Common or fine Watch
BPECT A CLE and OPTICA L GOO DM a Special ty.
Elgin Rllver Watches
Waltham Silver Watches.
,.11180 to I0S.M
YOt'R OTHER ObOD W0RKr O YT WOMEN Or
Oregon, by rnoountglng 1IUSI IXUI NTRT to the
Ywmt of your ability. -Hhould you, your hiiMlMtrcl, or your
friends need anything fu the fine of PmiSITiafil, please
eall on or address -
HIME8 THE PRINTER,
Waaklag-tva Mrwl, lertlaaV
Before sending abroad. Mm ' wllfguarantee you good work
at the lowest living prices. .
mw Miurailni-a ami Mimic rtotika hound In the beat atylfii,
Legal lllanks of all klnda fur aale, and t'aUioguca tit ou
IIW THIS WIIK,
NEW MARKET THEATER.
E. W. 8TECIIHAN-
.LEHSEE And manages
ft II O at T SJEASOH
" ' -...or.
' GK,A.Nt OONOEIlTrjl
-, - t . ' - THREE HlUirrft ONLTl
Xday, Marek 7, Tksiradar. Sfarck 1. aa4'al
- 'a a relay, Blarek IS
E8PfN08A CONCERT COMPANY.
Tkar4ay, ffarek IStk.
L Duo, Two Pianos, Rondo op. n.
' Aug. Zech and M. Kapinoaa.
Mla Jenny lAndaman.
S. llano Bolo, Plrat Tarantelle
1. Piano Nolo, Caprice op. Ki
1 Duet,MI!untera Bom",
Mia Laniman and Misauerrlan.
& Violoncello Molo, Nocturne ... ...Tlavldoff
4. Song, "HI tuRavala" .....,....v Balf
5. Trio a. Andante b. IVeto... ..i Mendelssoba
(Kor llano, Violin and Violoncello)
Mesara. Eaplnosa, Couraen and Hcbmldt.
Reserved seata One Dollar. Box Hheet open at Prentloe'S
Mualc Htore, 107 Fl rat street.
NEXT THIRTY DAYS.
OITR ftPRINO ARRIVAL FROM NEW YORK ARC
now being received, and In order to make room for the
Urge additions to our Mtock of Clothing, we have marked
dawn all goods on hand to
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
Men'o and BoyoV Suito
Are bow being sold at greater bargntni than ever befon
rouna in mis eii uy . f
FISHEL & RODERTS,
r. rtrat aa4 Aider
U8E ROSE PILL8.
MRS. Tf II. CAWN,
Fashionable Milliner, and Dress-maker,
a . -
. At the store opposite Btone A Co's Qrocery, on
! UrMt, Seattle. W. T.
'X K W Til I SJ-W Elk.
Third and Alder,
Third and Alder.
. . A 1 1. Wool 'avkmer aael Milk Drew rrosa SIS ie S3. S.1. SO. tip SI. Will cheerfully send any
Iireaa toanv part of the euaat, caah on delivery, with privilege of examining at ttie eipreaa office, and If not exactly aa
requested, I will pa return charges. Tlieae Itreaaea are made up by Mil. LlTTand aaalaUnU, and made well, as w
are considered the leading Dreaa-niakera oli the CiMuit, - - .
Ialtea who have any goola to lie made up are respectfully Invited to call. We charge living prices.
Head site of but, length of aleeves and aklrt, whether aklrt and basque1, ot Pnnoess, and what collar.
Address letter to "II. B. LITT, Ball Ilosiae.
Black sealsaaaa, elakorately SHsasaael. SIS ta aSM.
SPRING A N NQU N C E ME W T I
J. Y.AX' BEUKDEy, 'T"
' ISTjrira tret, ltlaaial, Ortgea. r
Arriral of a If ew and Well-Selectsi Stock
- eveaaeeeiO Wv
DIAMONDS, SILVERWARE, WATCHES AND
DIRECT IUP0RTATI0N OF THE NEWEST FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PATTERNS. ;
Makes' n, Spooinlty of tho Slonufaoturo of Diamond 9Xount!npB. --
.... . ' . ' . - maioet . , . . ' , y.if. , i
r.1 1 Ho o d "'A g r i c u 1 1 u r a I Implement House ! v
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7 HXnr7BIlI7t HATTTHORNE it . CO
AGBICUL TUB AL 1 31 P Li E ME N T S .
General Agents tor the Celebrated Morrison Plows, Improved Whitewater Wagon a, Keepers, Mowers. SeU-Blndt.f
. - - . . V -J 4
Harveeiers, Headers, Thresh era, Engines, Farmer's friend Drill! the Ester! 7 Seeder and Cultivator Rail road
, z . 1 . .
Barrows, fUl 1 road aad Mining Shovels, Hoes, Scythes, Snaths, Cradles, porks, Pk-ks, aad a Full Line o
Wood and,: Stool Goods. ,
Nest, abrisrtd 203 Front and 200 and 302 First Straff, Portland, dragon.
; aW Bead for Catalocaea.
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