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About The new Northwest. (Portland, Or.) 1871-1887 | View Entire Issue (March 31, 1881)
PORTLAND. OREGON'. THURSDAY, MARCH 31. 18SI.
A Clarke County Agricultural Society has been
organized at Vancouver.
Captain L. L. "Williams, of Rosehurg, died in
San Francisco on the 25th Instant
t i r,.' V'1"'WV.V ""erence or the ConirnJga-
of tlift "RnnfJof Af!c.:K c , .
School of East Portlands dedi last" T
structure, trivlnr Z a romfcdW".0. company
ii - v .
,itnTtnirfltnfii-ong me people
on hot h K nrrnHhe order "of the
Court, as the bridge8 a-puMInecessity.
On Vrfflav ln.qf ciass - 10fll OI 1116 rortianu
Mi School Sfi"1 ita "d8S tree.a line labur
., 7i frtheast part of the Park School
mis Camilla Coburn delivered a neat
La 'a,Mr. Natban Simon deposited at the
T I. l. . . . -
fesso'v" urren maur ine c,ass a Pleasant and in-
foftof ty"i KA t c ron oox containing
Rveraliwr,'l,;,cs a""oie to me occasion.
str;ive speech, when the students filed into the
Y?" .HW2&wlU met at Orepron Citv onfucs-Lour-score people living in the vionity of Mt.
ua. , Ajjrn i-m.f Tabor in't at the residence of arr. J. A. Fisher to
Owing to flie superior nni, u excellence tender a farewell reception to Prof. J. It. N. Sell
work, Abell stands preQminenf as a piiofrgraplier. vood, who for the past four years has been prin
Oive him a call. cipal of the public school at that place. Miss
Mr. and Charles Fishel have arrived In San 'J-U,r? lblcJ vcreu a gracerui and allecUng
They will soon reUBleecii,aiiu iiiux-roiesurieuiinp;iy responue(i. ins
Francisco from New York.
turn t Portland
The nev dramatic season at NeWAInrket Thcw
ler virill fce inaugurated this evening by the
Baldwin Theater Company. (
On Saturday, the 18th Instant, liev. I. D.
Driver was tendered the most successful donation
party ever given in Eugene.
Incendiaries made an unsuccessful attempt on
Tuesday morning to set fire to the warehouse of
Newberry, Hawthorne & Co.
The Coroner's jury in the Mollie Ross case has
rendered a verdict to the ell'ect that the girl came
io her death from an abortion.
The card of Daly & Butler, an enterprising and
reliable law firm of Dallas, Oregon, appears among
.our now advertisements this week. .
Dr. Atkinson lectured in Providence, It. T.. on
the 9th Instant, on the subject, "How Dr. Whit
jnan Saved Oregon to the Country."
Horses are needed for the Hayes truck, as the
Hook and Ladder Company has hardly sufficient
members to draw the machine to a lire.
The Orogonian Raihvav Company lias completed
Its telegraph line between Dayton and, this oity,
jmd no longer uses the Westorn Union wires.
The County Assessor has this year made Urge
poll-tux collections from the Chinese, under n
plan proposed uy i-roseoumig ah"id.'
The poor invalid wife or mother will find in
Plunder's Oregon Blood l'urier a strengthonor
nd IiiYigorator, a help, rdie, and happiness.
Two engineers of the Portland Fire Department,
Win. Everson of No. 1 md Frank Reed of o. o,
liavo filed certificates asriuired by the recent or
dinance. On complaint of theSwperlntendent of Street.
thre merehants werearrosted last week and filial
for obstwietlng the efdjwalks with boxes of mer
4haiMlig. Ijtft rh-irxday fng. Mr. H. T. Bingham
And Miss EuuhemieJvnott were imrriod at the
fesldeu. e of it fcrDe's father, Mr. Urn Knot t . . .
Th r&ftl for clMloeof lots in Cole .- Kom intend
East Portld. tnk plaoe lart Hatur'y t- .-tiin;'. , ,
K.J. K. Havtf drew the '10 lo-.'' on which tn
The SpirI:ll!,llt,, of Portland and viei, ty
iM,nit nit Liberty Hall. No. 1SH Firt
the IHf .hird anniversary of the iati i '
The potrers of pesiI polietnen have b'-ei . n
stivd onjaTiitors of paWie eho.! b"iliin
lhattheytaBy protect weak ehfldivn from n 1
nes and 4enoe on the part of tlh strong
If. VerAj announces that he will t l -wood
for tie next thrte months At $l 25 ;
C.O.J. Orders may be left at Weldier Mil
with driv.r. and will receive prompt attentic
J4r. W. SLWIUmmU baa waived tli rS
uews ttia hiR iUtie daughter S'Me was rur
bv a4rLaieiitHl team in San Fraiwiaco i
nedaj?8St und very senoash, perhaj;
The Indie of ihe ongregatloigCh
services are highly appreciated by the residents of
the district, and lie leaves them with their best
On the 22d instant, at 3 o'clock i i., a number
of South Portland ladies mot at the Hall-street
M. E. Church and orgauized a "Woman's Chris
tian Temperance Union. The officers are as fol
lows : President, Rebecca Clawson ; Vice-President,
Mrs. Quivey; Secretary, Mrs. Phillips;
Assistant Secretary, Mrs. Allen ; Corresponding
Secretary, Mrs. Briggs; Treasurer, Mrs. Carter.
A meeting will be held on Tuesday afternoon of
uch week at 2 o'clock at the same place. A cor
diinvitation Is extended to all.
Ai immense stock of everything imaginable or
desira,e ;n fi,e millinery art can now be had by
dealervvho visit the mammoth wholcsalo house
of I'leisiVner, Mayer & Co., who are importing a
very ehope lot of bonnets, frames, straw goods,
noveltlesjllnwors, feathers, brocades, cashmere
goodsi etc. Their pattern bonnets, for inspection
of miliinertand dealers, are man-els of good taste
and cultivited fancy, ami their stock cannot be
excelled in Kan Francisao in tyle, price or qual
ity. They Jire also in constant receipt of large
quantities rtf staple and furnishing goods, which
are offered to the trade at lowest living rate.
Miss Kathcihw rSogcrs, an English actress of
grtt ahilifv and versatility, supported by the en
tireytoldtvin company, wiilmake her first appear
ance Portland this (Thursdav evening In the
Miriililg emotional play of "Miss Surah Multon,"
when r dramatic season will be inaugurated at
New ttrket Theater which for careful attention
to detil and true artistic merit has probably
never More been equaled in this city. In the
past, wn nrominent stars have visited us, thy
have iwally been so poorly supported a to
greatly jiar the general effect of their jierfonii
ances; it from por-onnl ki!"wlwljr- of a iiumtnT
f tV rV -o'iit r- w il tiif reputation nf the
TV-Mwi- Thtn r for the -K.v!Icn matin. in
which itv nifie is prodiu 1 Io it- -mpun
H-e t-onij' it that not oniv ri : t ..
iarn-t- ).. -ll i-tain.-d, hut th:tf
tory wi. , th. -iuborl'"-.to will
well not -.f yX'iK IV'tr at t:.c!'
ciigi!irinit in tlai -it''. cay : jTk
i tre- i!tiiH int-lluvrn-c! not jirtl'
. nt. lthiM ftirffu) to avoid an ex
ii.iV t Ui-enit'oi.t', eth tive in th m-'r- level
-tyl of ictiiiK awl competent in thf iiu rj r -'4-tion
of tl; Bi-t.'fi whih upp al to r- ;ii -ither
'.ian to p i.!.. In sin-. Mi Holers i,i'v.i x-
it-H, rMvtJw.yi " H i' i a; H'- 'f the
iali a,id , ,.tl i.uprMug tin- upnojt-
all the latt Tx.n'.i.
NEW THIS WEEK.
J. J. DALY.
3.'. I ItDTLKR.
DALY & BUTLER
OFFICE Maijt Stkeet, Dalies, Oregon.
SPECIAL ATTEKTIOX GIVEN TO
ALU LEGAL BUS-maLM-Sl
tf . ,
7ortal,Ftottti waa Ash aaci Av
itpforlars and Whsiesale tolfil. ,1
SUA. IB WOOD.
For the next three months, I will sell SlabWoj j
at $1 25 per load, C. 0. D. Orders left atWeidl's
Mill or with drivers will be promptly atfe?
to. N. VERSG.
Wo!dlcr'.s Mill, March 21, 1SS1. , "laa tr i
S P R ! JtC
New Millinery Store.
A New nn.l FuH l-ne '
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS
At the Post Office Millinery Store,
"o. 00 Jlorrlnon Slrett
Which will be wild t
r Cull ami see them.
No tnubto show good.
7 II. 31. IE.1I
TR. MAYER MADE V'EBT KXTEXarVB CB-
-' a ctiaAc or a fu i nn or
Direct (mm tbe Vr.ofieurer. nd lmportr tKif Tta.
I Var Btoek wil eomat of the ltut My 1m mod akmoa ct ,
Feathers Flame Twmab'S&mpM,
Hats, sharer -Plain,
Orot Grain and VhStm, "
8ILK8, VELVETS, HATE'S, ETC,
T- whtchiwlnvife hetttntlon at tS MitlineUr Ztadc of
Ot-son ndVmhli)Tto Territory.
Engagement Extraordinary !
MEXCIAG TIICItSliY EVXJ. 3IAIC
First ApiMwinuiee t th- iiiro.i Awrnw,
MISS KATHERINE ROGERS,
Supported by the Entire Baldwin Company,
Comprising the following lAJf,.0ei,Uw,ien ot s
klnwi,, AMI it J :
Being tte ut y Wnol Hoae la the State tmpOCttsg
MUXlf BBY OOOIK Ulret froK Kw Tqvk, we wilt S
prepare U offer exU. luhieeotat to ear JMaatto d
Mr. JOS. It. (ini-MKU,
Mr. J. W. JKNMXW,
Mr. (.'HAS. NOICHIs.
Mr. THKO. ItOIlEHTs.
MM LILLIAN ANDKKWS,
MM IMOGKNK KHKRLK,
Ml LOLLA O'OINNOlt.
Ir. IIAIIKY COLTON,
Mr. A. I). BRADLEY,
Sir. FKKI). G. IlOS
Mr. ;kohgk MCOIMIACK.
Miss FANNY YOUNG,
Mw DKLLA SAWYKIt,
Who will appear in the ,'0,""n' York
MISS SAHA1I JII'I.T'"
loituirroi iwif tr
ii ivi "A r.
wJjIAVS WIT WINS.
TWO XKSIITS IX KOM1U
LEU ASTItA Y.
O ALLEY SLAVE.
. (irMil Selection from the I.s;itliiint
This tflnirsdiiyi Evening, 31arcli 31st.
JtISS SARAH MULT03i!
X. Mabliit)ii SUmm. ;
received an K!fcntand Varied x''..- .
MILLIN EIY COOTJI'
aaU Farla, wbM are tT k
IjA' .rr- iovf teU to eaJi I
.,. rtR'. ITentioe' Male Store. No. MR SImsckmh Ualaral GOnUniMttOU
' i v Boi .i'niCMmeiit will 1 ''' ," w" , j j
,.1 f..,. I u Ctaiierj
" 1,1 llwrvni SeatH 2S renU extra.
'.:vn.. li- . !
Fashionaolc HjUiM and Diuss-maisr,
'.t tbeiton- oppos,!" tvr A CV Owcery, Ott
FrM tret, kfttot T. aottC ' .
D. J. fWALARKVY 4k CO-V'
a, ia ) is Friit rtlit4t,
our advert isi'i'7 Tumnv
those hoMeart! are MlTl...VfUa r
1 uerderV Mrv. - -
.. Mr J
. t..n- t
1 !.- .
Y -tk ami ul IlBMp
pnjr will appoar L
TSek" was fvnehed ut A
rtbe frieada of AJon
jjMfvm and dvtehten .f members of Ceorgt
vCUkM Post, Nv Co. A. R.. gave a
acdalte P rtv at Maaon5" Hall laat oiling, the
MPOfeedB of wb' wi will be uwi to r-rchaso a new
Lmer tor the P it. 'Hr aucla success in
every way. f
Mr. tt. J. 8t-yrt. who Ind to write up a
BprUI hiHtorv X Or!-on,f te AO'S of Lewis
ft nainr i?rtnd. The history
Sfll famD't'B prt-of atvn 1" Pge8 each,
S2"7t numb.- y .il Vtr in the Fall or
early 'V ir
TT,,Jf "jSew This "WVk" may ue found the
ntimiiir.mtt Ol iMCIHS JTOS. tK O.,
Fiwt and r27 and 120 Front street.
fwir assortment ia Inrae anu variett, anti u eir
ferloes are cxceedlrgly lo. Catalogues arc Jur
f'm -i.-.i i:,tir.n fAill nnd examine Uietr
Mrs M J. jmsign ha removed to Mie corner of
FoarUt and Oak street, whore she continues tb
donra t-eliuMdreaa-maMiip at living prices. She
keeps on hand all tie fatest sty es of ashufc.
ntetos. ami gives in.stjtiction ahout trimming free.
b.., ' .f .i t,..ctnf Sir SI. anu sausiacuon iruar-
vet up jKi-irs, and
u t- Vi-. . sk, pro
i.. i.i! Up Van
The fair will open
The Sunreme Cpurt granted a new trial to
wWtalilSwe, the Washington county
murderer, on i ii k,uu,,u " 77.
were fniproperl. vficcived ; and in theState Circuit
tun vountr man was anuw m
liUUil' JAMIOUIT- U . .
nload guilty to muruer in uiu iwuu.uwre, ..
which he was tentenccd to imprisonment for life.
"WlliKle--' anu T
Mr. F. W. Stechha5 ,nanas:er of the jrar
ket Theater, has leased Hull's Opera Jfouse at
aaieni tiuriiiK me i'ir.
on the 29th of June. '
Tt is related that poor Ffcilient almost rebelled
at the Idea of dying with noting i,t huH'oonery
assoeinUtl with liis name, and .uat some years
ago he mndt. an honest but wretchea failure to be
tragic in "Utliello."
Ihe e.caied lunatic whom the detective Iinve
been after so long was captured in Cincinnati last
week, but was permitted to llniah. his musical
criticism for a 'Cincinnati paper oefore being
brought back. Philadelphia AVitw.
On the night of the 2.'5d instant, the opera house
at Nice, France, was the scene of a most terrible
disaster. Gas Had escaped from old pipes and
collected at the back of the stage, and it was
lighted in some mannr. An explosion followed,
and the theater was burned. The tttidiotice was
panic stricken, and the passage-ways wre soon
blocked. The weaker were trampled under foot,
and hundreds of persons wore burned, silly-nine
to death. Several members of the opera ompany
The time has gone by, says the London Court
Journal, for actors to be sneered at a "rngtis and
vagabonds." Quite a numbcrof young geirtlomen
of irood familv. many of them members of the two
universities, now make tle stage their prtfessioiu'v
Their talents probably are not of the very highest
order, but they are, ah a rule, of very good appear
ance, deport themH'lvcs as gentlemen, dress well,
and utter their lines without showiig "stage
fright;" and Mtle more i requird nowa
days of the youthful heroes of modern comedy.
Mr. J. W. Jjfciley has removed from No. 47 to
Nos.88and ftfYamhill street, between I'ourthand
of his old location. Iso
finert"PIoand fancy groceries can be found in
tho eity than ut his nevr, neat and commodious
establishment. His prices are the very lowest, as
ie soils for canV. All orders promptly attended
a, ami goods diivcred to all parts of this city.
' On Monday la., Ju; ady of the United
'' Plater Cireolt CtKri f id injunction re-
Uauiing wm wm&auate nugo company irom
tw,J5.l?,,,,lr Pr' i'tl- .-..!. VkypHe
ZiT. -i'-l'mwi" f e.ra!n, V.vol, nr, Bt,
.... - a h
THE l- l..JBIJK mOKTS
THE NEW WML
Life INSURANCE tePJ.-f
s4.ee.oo : acwmu 4rvr
e oa.a -. nm!! r s.e.'v
AMistani Jianager tor
Oregon and Washington Territory
135 FIRST STltEET. I'f'iTTLANl), RE(SON,
HipcwUte thu Ooculent! Hotf I .
. K v MFtef.L, lUwebors, Agent for Southern oner I
MELLiS BROS. &,
"Wltblosalo or -t-to"fcixil-
THE CHOICEST ASSOHTJffiNTS !
THE TASTIEST TRIMMERS!
THE LOWEST PRICES !
IY7" Active, enterprising men uh..ieir Amende i''
con nml Waslilncton Territory nre InvItMl to eorrosi
wltU the Ahsllant Maunder. Sonil refercnuo$. CoinniuH
cutlnnK wIlllteconslileriNl confidential if Up.Irel. fol8 8v
Jim. A. J. Brnzcll
May still 00 found at 131 Third street, where she
is prepa-'l to fill all orders for making dresses,
cloakstloImans utc' in latest ityles and best
mann-'r at reasonable raWs. Ladies are invited to
cnMul see her. Instruction given, if desired.
gasfaction guaranteed. '
r The "New No. 8" is the cheapest sewine machine
to buy. Wheeler & Wilson M'fg O. , 88 ifbrrison st.
126 First Street,
1 27 Front Street,
120 Front Stroot,
USE ROSE PILLS
JI AU1IANS XUTICK OF SAI.K.
UN'DKItSiaNKl). GUAKDIAN OK LKSTKIt N.
Ililov. n minor, will neil tile ronl nronurty bulonclnir to
tlio estate of wild minor, tvwlt: It 5 and 0 In IllocktW)
In the City of rortlnnd. County of MitUnoniah. State of
Oregon, an tho tonne 1m laiJ down nml OcRcrlbotl on tho
mupx nnd plats nf nald city, it public uuotloa to tho hlgheNt
bidder for canh, on Monday, the lHtli day ot Mirll.lSSLat
the hour of 10 o'clock In thi forenoon of iUA day, at the
front (oast) door of tho County Court House of Multnomah
County, Oregon. H. S. ALUCN,
Woodward A WoonwAnn, uuardUn.
Attornojrs for Guardian. malQ 5t
JOHN A. BECK, j
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Front street (opposite the Esmond), Portland, Or.
A Fine Assortment of
CLOCKS, WATCHES, JEWELRY AND SPECTACLES
AT LOW PRICES.
Repairing a 8ieeialti AU Work Warranted.
PurchnsliiR AMERICAN WATCHES Direct nndjforCa-sli,
and lmvlng the ndvnntngo of Lnvr Rent, I can surely prom
ise lAiwer Prices thim any other lionse In Orwrnii. .
llelng competent, I will repair Common or HneA atchea
SnsPECTACLE and OPTICAL GOODS a Specialty.
Elgin Silver Watches
....1!U5) to SCO.00
USE ROSE PIIiLS.
JOSKrit HUKKHAKD. MOIITON M. MPACI.SINO.
BTJHKHARD & SPATJLDING,
Butchers and Packers, '
And Dealers In All Kinds of
FRESH AND CURED MEATS, BACON, MAMS A LARD,
30 and 37 B Street, Corner of Second,
Special Attention. glTon to Supplying Ships. isU U.