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About The new Northwest. (Portland, Or.) 1871-1887 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 22, 1881)
THE NEW NORTHWEST, THURSDAY, :DE0E3IBKUr22rl881. "
.-A WORD ABOUT CAHVINO.
I4- ' ... .' "
It la not alone the fact ihiat the amateur carver
misses (be Joints snd tries to cut through the
largest bone that fills him with regret and his
lap full of sage and onions t It Is the horrible
thought that the entire company Is looking at him.
"La No matter bow the perspiration may trickle
. V. down between his shoulder-blades or how the hot
- flashes may chase the chills up and down his
spinal column, or how much his eyes may be
dimmed with unshed testa, the rest of the com-
pany nerer allows its interest to flag a moment.
We remember a Christmas when we were called
upon to assume the management of a free-for-all
- earring tournament at the home of a dove-eyed
jdunapling whose kind regard we desired to catch
' ton to as far as possible. -
How clearly come back to us the smiling faces
.t of the guests, rippling laugh, the bald-headed
, "Joke, the thanks-gtvlnr conundrum, and all as
. merry as a miarriage bell. . i.
- AVe call to mind the girlish laughter of that one
' whose very existence, as she sat on our left that
day, seemed cemented and glued to our own.
As we sharpened the glittering blade on the
"ringing steel, we felt buoyant and proud to think
: , how we would slice the white, calm bosom of the
..deceased hen; proud to think bow, In our mind,
w had laid out the different pregnable points
about the old cackle and In anticipation of ap-
fnause, giaa ana iree, wnen we naa arcompiisnea
he warfare and victory, and stuffing had perched
upon our banner, '. ,
, We softly jabbed the shimmering fork a-st raddle
of the breast-bone, tore off a few goose-pimples
from under the wings off the late lamented, gouged
out a few shattered fragments from the neck, and
tried to cut a sirloin steak off the back. :
An oppressive gloom seemed to pervade the air.
The old hen dldu't have her Joints where we had
one seemed to be a freak or nature.
It nettled us and unnerved us.
.We gouged wildly at the remalnsL squirting the
- gray right and left, and tilling the air with frag
ments of bread crumbs and sage.
' By some kind of omission or miscalculation, we
made a wild stab at the back of the late lamented
ben, and with a frenzy born of repeated defeats
and depressing failure, the knife struck the platter
with a loud crash, and ceasing not In Its untamed
fury, glanced aside, and In an Instant burled Itself,
with-a sickening thud, In the comet of the hired
"girl.-' ' . - . . -
With dlfiloulty we drew out the glittering blade,
now ensanguined with the gore of a fdlow-crea-"tarrwlpa
It onlhe tablecloth, arid fled-ont in
the cold, unsympathetic world, out Into the crash
and confusion of struggling humanity, to battle
on through life under an assumed name.
That la why we always sign our nom de plume
to a promissory note. That, loo, Is why weal way i
travel Incog, and without. baggage. Biff AV
Boomerang. , , '
A cooperative society In Philadelphia has six
-stores open. - This represents a steady growth from
a very small beginning eight years ago, The
-inrea groceries and one meat market yield a nana.
some profit, besides proTldlugtrooda for the 980
members at a discount from regular rates ; but the
dry goods and the shoe stores have barely paid
expenses. On the whole, however, the enterprise
Is a success. ,4C . ,-,......c
A flirting belle of Akron, Ohio, has caused a
social excitement by having all the love letters
she has received bound handsomely la a morocco
volume for her parlor table, In place of an ordi
nary autograph album.
"Beaeaiael f reiriWat h.
' TbfoIIowing statement of Wil 11a m J. Coughl In,
Of Bomerville, Mass., is so remarkable that we beg
to ask for it the attention of our-readers. He
says: "In the Fall of 1876 I was taken with a
violent bleeding of the lungs, followed by a severe
cough i I soon began rto lose my appetite and
flesh. I was so weak at one time that I could not
leave my bed. In the Hummer of 1877 I was ad
mitted to the City Hortrital. While there the
doctors said I had a hole In my left lung as big as
a halt dollr. I expended over $100 In doctors
and medicines. I was so far gone at one time that
a report 'went around that I was dead. I gave up
hope, but a friend told me of Dr. Wo. Hall's Bal
sam for the Lungs," I laughed at my friends,
thinking that my case was Incurable but I got a
bottle to satisfy them, when to my surprise and
gratification I commenced to feel better My
hope, once dead, began to revive, and to-day I feel
In better spirits than I have for the past three
years. I write this hoping you will publish It, so
that every one afflicted with diseased lungs will
be induced to take Dr. Wm. Hall's Balsam for the
Lungs, land be convinced that consumption can be
cured. I bars taken two bottles, and can posi
tively say that It has. done more good than all the
other medicines I have taken since my sickness.
My cough has almost entirely disappeared, and!
shall soon be able to go to work." Hold by drug-
- - la the Wfewlw Htntorx mt Mlelse
No nrwna.rs.tlon has ever performed such marvel
ous cures, or maintained so wide a reputation, as
Ayrr's Cherry Pectoral, which Is recognised
tho world's remedy for all diseases of the throat
and lungs. Its long-continued series oi wonuenui
cures In all climates has made It universally
Jinown as a sale and reliable agent to employ.
Against ordinary oolds, which are the forerunners
of more serious disorders, it acts, speedily and
surely, always relieving suffering, and often say
In life. The protection It affords, by Its timely
use In throat and chest disorders, makes It an In
valuable remedy to be kept always on hand In
every home. No person can afford to be without
. It, and those who have once used it never will.
Prom their knowledge of Its composition and ef
fects, physicians use the Cuerry Pectoral ex
tensively In their practice, and clergymen rooro-
rmtnd ItvH Is abeolntetrt5ertlnin- its remedial
effects, and will always cure where cures are pos-
slble. For sale br all dealers. ; , .
' Everybody speaks well of the sssortmsnt aCtfie
Dollar 8tore. . ... i .... -v i
; t . ATTEUD . .
, Hcllis Bros. & Co'o
SANTA CIAUS' HEADQUARTERS!
Wboleaale and Retail Dealers In
WAX DOLLS, In endless va
Toyo, Fancy Cpodo. and .fJoveltieo.
CHINA DOLLB AND BA--f
- BIE8, all kinds existing
iioLM' ARTICLES, JEW.
. EWtY, COMB8, FAN8;
FRENCH DOLLB, DOLLB'
OUTFITS, etc, etc. ;
TRUMPETS, FLUTES, GUNS
; DRUMS SWORDS. SOL--DIER.CAPretc.;
FRENCH . RUBBKR T0 Yfl,
FRENCH AND - ENQLISH
4 . WOOLLV TOYS, etc. ;
BOX ITOYSlof every descrlp
tipn; ' . . '
OOLD AND SILVER LACES
AND TRIMMINGS forMas-
querades, Societies and The
aters; : "'
MASKS of every description, etc
0EE00H BAHWAY AgDlNAVIOATIOli' CO.'
Right la marred to rhsnK atinr or kJIInx daya. '
' TliHoroH TlCKSTN anld lo all th principal CHi- In tha
Unl'U HUtU-n and t'anadit. i
' ;.; OCEAN ' PI V I 8 I O N ,
between- Ban: Franciico and Portland.
I.r.AVK Ham Fkascikco - Iavr INktla!id
AT 10 A. M. AT 12:05 A. X. . '..
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Oct IX Or I (rt.W ot..JjU )cl r h't....J!0
Nov. 2 Nov 7 Nov.)2 Nov. 4 Nor i Xov. U
Nor. JT Nor .32 Nor 27 Sova,l Nov. Nov a
I vf 2 I ..... 7 )'J lMc... 4 a ee )i
17 lno..,..ai ln.....27 He;j.., Iter 2 ltw..-., at
H03. 165 ATO 167 SECOND 8TREET, BETWEEN M0REIS05 AND YAMHILL,
' ' - PORTLAND, OREGON. . -
NOTICE TO M1LLIHERS. '
fllEW STOCK OF niLLiriERY GOODS!
IMPORTED DIRECT THE EASTERN KAFTJFACTURERS.
Special Indacements Offered to Milliners Starting Basinets.
The Freshness of our Coods and the Low Prices must Draw the Atten- . ""
. -jt ' '--'-'A ' tin of all Close Buyersv .
LEWIS & STRAUSS,
No. ltt Flrsst Htrcct. Portland Oregon.
milB MONT PREVALENT BUT LEAST UNDERSTOOD
X or ail Ilaaa, la lb ranaa or murn nmitM lonrnnj
and tboaaanda of pramatara dealha annually. DK. KKUK
haa mad tbla dlaeaaa a Ufa atudy, baring bean a great aut
farer blmaeli until cured by -
Which ha haa for thirteen jreara In hla practice- the three
laat In Portland, Or. put to the aevereet teaw with the moat
esilaraetorvreaulta. lie haa alao treated aeveral phvatclaaa.
With thla accumulative evidence, we are warranted la aay
In that no other d reparation for the cure of tbla diet
aaof Ua for ma will give such unlveraal eatlafartlou
Dr. Keok'o Our Cure for Catarrh.
Which you can get of your Drugglat at home, or of DR.
KKCK of rVtrtland.Or., at 11 per IwtUe, or all boUlea for 6.
The Doctor makes a apeclally of the treatment and cure
of chronic dlaaaaee. eapeclally .
- Caneer and Diseases Peeuliax to 7omen.
Touae men. mlddle4 or old men who are aunVring
from the errors and Indleeretlone of yontn, nervoua weaa
neaa. early decay, loaa or maaboodtete.,aaouia eonenii un.
KKCK. Everything etrletlyeonfldenUal. All proper eaea-
uobi anawerea tarouan toe biiib biwupvij. r-onw.
Uree-eent stamp, and addreaa DR. JAM Ol KKCK.
ha trade an soiled with DR. HKCKV SURE CURB FOR
CATAKKn airect rrom tne ijaooraiory or it. fteca.or rrwoa
Hodge. Davis A Co., I"orUand, Oregon, wholeaula aga-
Free to Everybody!
' C eawamaaam '('.,
; & Cszutiful Csck (or the Asking I V
BY APrLTINl PERSONALLY AT TUB NEAKKHT
offlcei THK HlNUjaVMArACTIlUUratlU tor by
iMMiiai caru u a a uiaiaarvi, an j oawi prmia w i n vn prv
nted with a beautifully Illustrated copy of a New Book,
A- OENIUO HX7ARDED.
r The Story of the Sewing Machine,
Containing a handsome and costly ateel enrravlng frontis
piece ; also, w nneiy rn(nvm wooi cuis, ana omnia in an
elaborate blue and gold llthOKraplied cover. No charge
whatever la made for thla handsome honk, which can lie
obtained only by application at the branch and subonH-
nateofneeeof TheHiuger Manufacturing wo. -
THE SleaCIR UAKUFACTURInQ CO.,
,' Principal OfBce.M Union Hquare.New York.
uiiv r . at i. i i
-vw - aas .ammw
Wear and tear of collars.
and llarneaa-lfakera evervwhere
Mall. For Circulars and Price- 1,1st, enl
rorF A R M ERM, COACH MEN,
.1 Vr.llY M K IKA SINTKHN
HOllMK CAR, OMNIIllTH,
HTAUB TKANHPOUT CO.t.
WARRANTED TO CURE
Pore Hhoulders.Galls. Chafing
caused by Friction, HweatI
Hard Work. Act Independent
of Collar, soft, eaay.cosli plia
ble, Aaeorted alaea, adjuaia-ble-
to A LL hor.es. Made of
HO LID LKATIIKR, under- a
pressure of aeveral tona, will
out-wear ell ordinary Hweat
Padsr are pronounced by the
JPractlcal IlarncM-Maker the
BKJT IMPROVEMENT in
A atl-Friction, Hweat or Collar
Pads, lo eave misery of horses.
Hold by Hand I cry Hard ware Trade
Hempie can De sent ry
WEHTRKN LKATHKa MJJ CO., CniCAOO....
UDE RODE PILL0.
Mbrchant Ta i I o r.
--jre.-is- 1ras . ' . .
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FINK AND COM
plrte Assortment of y '
SCOTCH, CKCLIXH, FRCRCH & COUESTIC C20CS,
T Which are unaurpaased, and which will be
mask vr at cosrr rKicEM.
'r . VOS8 FUHli, '
.... Manufacturers of '"
Dread, Cakeo, Pattry, Pilot Dread,
Boda, Picnic, Batter, Boston, ftugar and Bboo Fly .
, . CRACKER8,
asjrateHiy -jU id Pinter Hnapa, Etc.,
He. Ss, 7 WeaklactM atftTssrUaiM Or.
Orders from tha Trad sol letted. 1
notice or niiEKirrn male.
Jamkh W. Ootitn,
Geo, W. Dioht et al. (,
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OK AN ORDER OF RALE
and decree of foreclosure Isaued out of the t.'lrcult Court
of the Htate of Oregtm for the County of Multnomah, on tha
wherein James W. toting, the-above-named Plaintiff, ob-
lainea a juugmeut againNi eo. w. infni,- ti. n, uaiman
and L It-Oattnan. his wife, V.&'DeLaehinutt and M. C
IfeLaahmutt. hla wife. Defendants, for the autn of Three
Hundred and Nine Dollars (t-M.0ei. With Interest thereon
AtiSperceut ueranijum feom Jane WhrlHWl, and the-fur-thersuta!of
.Four Hundred and Hrsteen and UV100 Dollars
(I4IAXI, with Interest on Three Hundred Dollars (mJ)
thereof at the rate of one per cent per month, and Internet
on Elgbtv-Three and 3V10S Dollars Cia6l at lb per cent per
annum, from the 1st day of l)eoeiubsr, lMMO, and for costs
and accruing cosMi, I did duly levy, on the 13th day of De
cember, 18HI, upon the Defendant's real property, alluste In
Multnomah County, Htate of Oregon. -I am commanded to
sell the following deacrlbed real eaUte, to-wlt: All of Lot
Five (51 in Block O, In t'arutbers' Addition to the city of
I'ortland, being the lot on the northeast corner of Water, If
eitended.and t'aruthers atreeta, In aald city 6f Portland,
Multnomah county, Oregon, together with all and singular,
the appurtenances and hereditaments thereto belonging or
In anv wlae anoertalnlna.
.Notice la hereby given that, on Knturday, the Hth-day of
January, ww, at me nour or io o'cJotk a. m., at tne Court
House door In aald County, I will, lu obedience loaald order
of sale and decree of foreclosure, sell at' public auction the
aliove-descrlbed real property of said Defendant to the
highest bidder for cash, lu U. H. gold coin,
' Hherlft of Multnomah County. Oregon.
Datl Portland, December 15, 1NH1. . . 5t.
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE HTATE OF OREOON
for Multnomah County. Thorns (1. Davison. Plain-
nrr. vs. Mary E. Devlwm, IMcndsnL To Mary E. lavlson,
Defendant! In the name of the Htate of Oregon, .you
are hereby required to appear and . answer the- coia
plaint filed siriilnNt you In tbe.bove-ettred troll within
ieulave imm the dale of t be service of t h la su HI tuunaJUiuA.1.
yon, rr soTTFa wiuun luitnomsn tounly.or If served In
any other County In tbla Htate, then within twenty daya
from Ibe date of the aervlce of thla summons upon you, or
If served by publication of summons, or otherwise, then by
Ibe first day of the next regular term of the above-entitled
CiMirt nest following the expiration oLalx weeks' publica
tion hereof, to-wlt:. Monday, the 1Mb day Of January, A.
D. and If yon fall toanswer, for the want thereof, the
Plaintiff will apply to the t'ourt for the relief demanded In
the complaint, to-wlt j for a dl.solutlon of themarrlaRe
contract exi.tiitg between Platntltr and iM fendsnt, and for
aiieh other and further relief as equity demands. -
The service of this summon upon ytu by publication Is
made In pursuance of an order made by the above-entitled
Court on I heath day of Decern Iter, A. IX 1SHI, directing that it
e published onee a week for six conctitive weeks In the
New Nqktmwkht. HKAL A AM Km,
deSSt . ' - - Attorneys for I'lalnUlT.
TN THE CIRCUIT COURT t)FTHE STATE OF OREOON
X within ana for Multnomah County. Mary Avacqulcr,
Ptalntirr, va. Henry Adolph Vacqiler, Defehdant. Hull
In euulty to dissolve the marriage contrail. To Henry
Adolph Vacquler, Defendant t In tne name -of the
Htate of Oregon, you are hereby aummdned and required to
be and appear In the ahove-cutltled Court on or before the
first day of the regular term of eftld Court next to be held
after the expiration of six weeks from the first publication
of this summons, to-wlt i. onor before Monday, the IHt h day
of January, A. U IWCi, andnswer the complaint of Plain
tiff Sled against you, of forwent of aueh an anawer the
Plaintiff will appfy tuihe Court for the relief demanded In
aucb complaint, namely t for a decree dissolving the mar
riage contract existing between Plaintiff and Defendant
and awarding Plaintirflhe custody of Hldonle and Hylvaln
Verquler, minors, sou -and daughter of Ibe partlea. -This
summons (s published pursuant to an order of the
II. in ll.lal.lt kUntl f ...1 ma . . V. 1 l I . . . I . , . . .
of Oregon for the Fourth Judicial District, made and en
tered at chambers thla 2Mh day of November, A. D. IW1. -1
' HENRY E. MpOIN.N.
dedSt v Hi.llcltor forthe IMalntlfT.
TN TnR CIRCUIT.. COURT OF JIIIB-TATK 4F ORE
1 kon for Multnomah Ominty, as. Mary K. RodaTmUgh.
1'lalntlff. va. T. K itodabaugh, Defendant To T. K Roda
bauglMhe above-earned Defendant! in Ihe name of tha
Htate of Oregon, you are required to appear and anawer the
complaint Sled against you In the above au I ton or before
Monday, the Ittth day of January, Itttt, that being the flrst
day of the term of the shove Court next succeeding the ex
piration of six weeks from' the first publication of aald
summons. You will take notice that If mu r.n in .,n.r
and anawer, the Plaintiff will take Judgment and decree
against you for the dissolution of the marriage contract
now existing between Plaintiff and Defendsnt. sn.l rr ih.
euatotly of tbe minor children of aald marriage, and for
"r iuiuw-nnc-j snu in, cos is ana auoursementa of this
act hm. .
Thla summons la iuhllshel bv order of'tlnn niklK
Htott. Judge of aald Court, made on the 2Mb day of Novem-
vrw, i-vu Itill.MKH,
: "el St Attorney for 1'lalntlff.
ADMINIHTSIATOSra WALE OF KKAL ESTATE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT. BT VIRTUE OF
a license and order of sale duly made and entered of
record on the loth day of Iteeemher. lieil. bv the nuiil
fwurt of the Htate of Oregon for the County of ' Multnomah,
in in" matter or tne estate or Michael Iteeae, deceased, I
will. atlheCnnrtHouae door ofsakl County and Vu ate. In
the City of Portland, on the 10th dav of Janasrv. lieu, mi la
o'clock A. M., sell at public auction, to the hiahest bidder.
for cash In hand, all and alngular Ihe following described
real property belonging to aald estate, situated In said
Multnnmsh County. Oregon, to-wlt I lots No. One (1), Two
(2l,Tbre-tH. r iwir ill.H. ven 17). and Klaht tai.ln Ittfr k
Hlxty-Heven (7). In the City of East Portland. Iiemts in k
made at Ibe expense of purchaser. . i-. .
P. W. Olf.T.ETTR.
. Administrator with will annexed of the eetat
DcoemLcf 15, XMTA '. ..r-... delitw
RIVER AND RAIL DIVISIONS.
Columbia, Willamette and Yamhill Hirers.
FEBRUARY 1, 181.'
Lbavb Poktlasd fob
Dalles, Walla Walla,
Umatilla, and other
up-river olnts.. ..!,
eoma and Heattle..
Victoria and New
Cethlamet, Hay View.
West port, Clifton andl
To points on Hnake
GENERAL OFFICEH Corner Front and D streets, Port
land. Oregon. - A. L MAXWKLL,
4. McCRAKEN A CO., Ticket Agt. ). R. A N. Co. -
Agts. Htate of California. ' C. H. PRKHfOTT.
JOHN MUIR. - MansJer?-
Oen. Frgt. and Pass. Agt. -
OREGON AJTD CALUOEITIA RAIXEOAD CO.
On and after October 11th, 1KH0, tralna will run as follows
(DAILY, EXCEPT HUNDAYH) :
Eaa t-slde Dlvlaloat.
raoN reatuxo to RowicBVBa.
' . Mall Trala. .
LEAVES " AEEtVES
Portland...............7:.T0 A. m. I Roaeburg ..7o r. M.
Roseburgu... ......... Ji.-uO a. m. Portland............... M.t:25 r. m.
AlhmJf Kprmm Tralaj
r. m. Iebanon ,...t:a9 r.
...4:45a. m. I I"ortland..............i0:0ftA.
. rralckt.Traklai .
.:I5 a V. Junction. .........0f p. :
A M. I I"orUand........-.6:aS p. i
The Oregon and California Railroad Kerry makes conha
Uon with all Regular Trains on Easulde Division. .
rmoat-POBTLAXD TO roBVALUS.
- . Mall Tralsi
Portland........-...K)0 A. M. I Corval
uorvaiua.y....- ..m-.m a. m. 1 1'ortl
.....in jllOO P. M.
.m ..3:211 p. M. -
Cloae connections are made atRosehurr with Ihe iituM"
ui nm i wininii. snu I'paton Tfiigc UMiiimnT,
Ticketafor sale to all the jtrlnclital polnu In California
and f be East; at tbe Company's offlce, , ,
. terser r ssf rrssl strceu, si rerry Uadlsg, rertlaaa.
Htorage will be charged on Freight remaining In; Con
pany'a Warehouses over twenty-four briur. y
Freight will not be received for shipment after 56Ylock
r. M.on either theJaator West-eldv lHrlstoTi.
- ; "" . J. BRANDT.
E. P. ROOKRM. ' Oenerul Hnnrlntendf
ufnrnit ririgiuann i-assengcr A genu
' BseisrsBaa simiM. ltTt. . : -
BLOOD 1 8 TH B LIFE!
IT HAH A MARKED EFFECT wherever there la an atonle
enect or me visceral Muscular Coat, such as Dyapep
aia. Headache, Neuralgia, Vomiting, Bilious Attacks,
Rheumatism, Palna In the Htomach and Bowels,
irregularity of the Bowels, Costlveuesa and
Constipation, which are so olistlnate and
yet so common In cities, where peo
ple of necessity must live a seden
tary Ufa most of the year. V
A ladjr la TMs City who had been, a auflerer for year
irom oosunata LunsuaatKMror tne Howe Is, and baa
been unable to obtain relief from other medicines, -waa
relieved after one week by the use of tha
celebrated "OKEWON BlvOOlt PURIFIER,".
snu Puosequeniiv was I'KKM ankmi.y
El by Its use, and la now using It
Dually to prevent-a relapss.-
lA thla case It Is apparent that the "Oreamn Rlood Purifier-
was THE REMEDY. much needed. It oorrected tha '
. torpidity of the IJver. overcame the Inaction of tha -Bowels,
and restored to them their wonted func
tions. Your Druggist keeps It; Insist upon
. . getting It ', take no other remedy Instead.
Price, )er Battle, SI OSi or Sis Bottle Sr S3 .
' VIENNA AND PINE-OTnCCT'
VIENNA No. 43 Waahlagtaa Ilrett, atear fteoowal.
tar OPKN DAY AND NIGHT.
i CLIIIE tz. MAY,
Corwcr af Third aad Ask Strata.
llvered toall parte of tha city. noli
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