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Oaalia, Kansas City, Chicago,
8T PAUL. 8T. LOUIS.
AND ALL POINT!
East, North South,
liolloy i Mp
I thing ho write. He In slopping at our
i place now, tlicv lull m."
i "lhcP"ald Paul. "You r Ilia
landlady' daiighiur, t prcsiiineP
a a a a --
m. -i .. , .. ..... tmaM Im (..,., nt Mm mtaM
Wt..,., .tt.wlv ift amlla niiula It aav U V nil
fmw, . i landlady' dniighier, I prcsumer ..,.,,. t'lrir ami
Aihil.mhtwlat 0.14 a prewnUKl to Nlli 'j , ,1(lti mikitita Icdged honest 1 Hilling 1 flffS 01 j'OUllr), TW ",lu
In en. transmigration should prow to b j NtiMJf; "l' " " .. "
Intel : NlltllllM I'tll'llltl,"
And hit fayoy, In 1 ht tyiwr. i call' a. ,.w.ii ihmt. to he honn.t with vmi.
UI IllUUIt, IU Hl IUIIUKIMI , ' II i t .'.I....
RltS ruipie, mm i mil, ikhiiiik as
a! ,..,th.,..t..l,d l ttlll I'tllll ( lltMaallltl-f'
frJISlK. W I Ns.tlo gSV.. lUfb .tall thai th. boat
Your Mien .lie Imlitalo Mil) flnrcuf llm Hall eai'cttueil tlllllgoroUlly (u OIIU Sltlt).
IIPTV II 1111 Pill 111,1 HV .
ln lifnii'iiilws If our
Wert llaelf round
Uinta In llm lulluwtnl '
Tar tnrlh.r particular, luqutr ol Any Mu
I UM Company or
A. L. MAXWELL,
G. r A T. A. ;
C. J. SMITH,
Portlaud, Oregon, j
GREAT OVERLAND ROUTE,
Northern Pacific R.R.
TWO PAST TRAINS DAH.Yt
NO CHANGE OF CARAt
SHORTEST LINE TO CHICAGO
And til points Kaat, via
Bt Piiil nd Minnnapalia.
The Northern Pacific Railroad
It th only lint running
Pna;er Train. , .
S.cond-Cla.a Sleeper (lr of chant.)
Luxurious Day Coach,
Pullman Palao Sleeping Car.
Palace Dining Car iincala rs t,S
From Portland to the East.
ESIRIi to inform the public' that they are still 011 deck at
the old PIONEKR CORNER that ho ail unbroken
record of TWENTY-FOUR YKARS.
While umuy change have been wrought durinall these years,
not only in our City, but among their patrons, as well a upon
the methods of business, yet with an unswerving policy lif
years ago established of keeping GOOD GOODS, giving GOOD
VALUES and always extending to its putrons, kind and
courteous treatment, it has ever occupied a front seat among
the Valley Stores, and to-day is a leading factor in the Commer
cial Circles of Polk County. And while its present Managers,
SHELLEY & VANDUYN,
are proud of the record of the old Comer, and thankful for the
patronage THEY HAVE received during the past, they now
desire to say to their friends and patrons that their SPRING
STOCK is now Complete and will be replenished almost daily
with the Latest Styles of GENERAL MERCHANDISE, the
items of which are too innumerable to mention, some of which
however arc as follows:
: Tiikw If til alanatHhVa.iHIi.ailHir In allfhl
i t'lsm hr iIi'iiiIms ir our anew unit iiuw.
Sha ll mluru Ut our lu auiie n u umi
AtaluMW Ui auu UiiwmU hwnrflO M
But MUmUlimrtit hu bar bold tlglit In It
Ihv't tliiwl with turpriM o'r lt (nut Uml
With hlo.Ui.ar "Oh Hrl" and i Ilk alia
, Tint auuidjr ll tliU riia will dvrtalul)' bal
"Vmil" aim erlml.
"Vt, I! Now, If yon will (ska m
11 lo llm Ki'liii Cm I will k,v vU a
cuiiiilliiipnlitrr tli'ki't. 811 tlirr
"N11," niM N nt t lo, with inia wonmil
U jitiilo, "I scwjit n fitvoii, vhu
tliniijfli I sin uutliliig but a working
(111 If 1 hid to hut tli'ki't at all I
itnfiT to to fiiril It,
1'uiil whi lii'iii. n tnttli, and In
fni't, It fti It s Hill hkIhiiiii'iI In the
j Diary PriMlute.
IFKKU, rUMIR, UBAIX AND U'MBKU
' Wtl, (iraaa NimnIm, Clvr Nf4, MiwH
imtunSiHsIa, Ktc, KU.
An(lotthati'mrrlikwmf..-,nn,i . ! in-sinop of IhU lluie-voluwl, ImlfiiemU
Hurlaa..aryJ.l.l0.ivul.u,l,Ua and Hh ,,
Kni'h wont la aa ulinm at th ailnar of a bra.
Km amitwmw loo an a lml from Hi tn. i
Ktwuil mUr uoudwiwd Iwa II Ihhii l livr
A form Ilk WO1I1 alio Jill wruliiljr Audi ,
Rut nna I at trnilcrlr toft M llio liar l'
Whlpii twain on in mini irum
NotUr In Ui
onvpin hat radlanv mora
Titan tlila aunt of all that i-a vIim-m and
llur llki'iiinr Th typt r In ooful dla
ItnuHi, fto tliia la Ui beat to tw found In tli plantl
U..'t - -i.
FIFTY CENTS 1 TICKET."
Von iiiiixt lia've rend a ifi'nitt (U'ttl,"
aiihl Itn ut lift.
"tlil I linvw," tniit Nittlr. 1 "W r
not so Inmv In winter. )titi an, nntl be
alilna, all th jtltia Unit iiih lliulr tiwa
ihhii'a umi iiiiij;ii.Iiii'. lint I nvr
xintlnil lu "u gi)iitli)iiiuu who wrot
"1 hoi lt nutiM up to your xo
UI Ion," anhl PhiiI.
"I nltitt Iiav tint to ntnke tip mr
mlttti hIhmii tlml," aiiM Kiitty, with all
And oni' n tit in our Intro found him
self at a loa furamiiotlilhZ to y.
int wlmn h fume nut hito the moon
btttlti'il glorinaof Umi Kvhn Covo, whortf
all th world wsa alunH)i In silver soft
itoKa suil tlio mill led niHici'it of wntt-r-lillna
er awlni;liir to sod fro ou th
llilo Ilk riniTiilii rnrii'l, hit tonj;il
wn loox'tii'il one nxnl:'. and iH'fora
limy ciuim buck, h sod NiHtln I'urpla
wor on tni iua of the )luuniiUit so
HiliiiiitHiH'i'hli. Hut Im had not aktituhud hitlf o much
r'in y urvaiiH'ry .
i C'liuioa dairy . v
j ph'kled (Cal.)
Ktrn iiiiry fain y. . . .
' Ort'Kiin Hkiina slid cieuiii
Hwla thtHw domicile.
Young AmiTii a Ur
8 that your tlokat read via th
Northern Paolflo R. R. and avoid
change of oar.
Lav Portland at Sao A. M. and 40 f M. ,
daUyarrivtatMUiueapaluor.St. Ptal at
PolflO Division Tralnttrav Front and .
C ttmt daUy at il: A. M. and Ho P. M.,' ar
rive at New Tacoma at ?-io P, M. aud 4:20 A. M.,
connertinr with Comnaay't bou for all poiiitt
on Pnmt Sound. A. U. CHARLTON.
Aim. Oeui Paaa. Agrnt, No. ill, Pint Mreet, :
Portland, Oregou. j
rDepot, Cor. Flrt and 0 street. ;
Imported Henriettas, Serges, Almas, Sicilian j
Cloths, Cashmeres, Broatlheads, Satteens,
Challies, Ginghams, Outing Cloths,
Lace Flouncings, Dotted Swiss
And a FULL LINE of WHITE GOODS.
8lt wri siirosiliug toM'nla and tuliln-
cloth on lite cri, alioi t grsa to i
bluavn. whnn h ww htr flint -a alliu,
tliis-llk yonng cri'smr. wllh lnryo, 1
limpid ,v, a brown akin not entirely i
jtinwwnt of freklti ami ma of lotiy
shining hnlr, whlob had broken fooa !
from it cost" horn comb and foil lu
Ink-black ripple down her bsck.
There was a liiil brook twining It j
tmnapsreut apsrkltut srotitid th j
umtrlud roots of sn ancient Iroe, and a ;
back-ground of black-green liturel, ;
which with th aun-liHllied mesdow in j
front, mail a aort of matin picture 1
Unit firut'kl'aiii uoaanrsniaiiciaucy , j.au (js,rotl j0
a lis entaatnl tit woonen online. iii,r Hir,...ia.
"I should Ilk to ak-tch h..r. lie ; ,.u WHl( VBr . ,,,, ,
thought to hlmnlf. "I womlor, now, ,la
; what ah would any to HI" ! Mon.vthliitf to think .tout. And.
; llul More h ciniltl gel hla pncll j 0, ,,,,,., f M mjU
ml mlll.lnuii'i a out the vonnir Diutia .,.1.1 1 . .m
liait IHJ1M.MI HOI rilllO IMIKV, lOHJ VI.
I IV U,4
f to IS
EXmiEKCED CODSTT CABYASERS
fJElER HfWE FCED
To make niece l'n 0' !m
taken tlil"f ,
iGttWS SWfflDlfllO STOCK BOOK.
W 1 DON'T DELAY IN 8ECOWIN0 TERRITORY. '
Htt Book on Earth for th. Farm, Stockman and Blackm.th
WHAT TREMENDOUS PREPARATIONS. PT TIIIO MIT I
UU I IIIW WW '
1U twnl sod reiwlve tr asmpltt that
will mak yi nnr money in a -k
than anytliloif evnr olft-rtxl. omlhinif
ww, durAbl ami (rofitll. " '
0n' to NoKTOWKirTr: tlvm.1 Co., '.
Uh Kind Mrwl. I'ortlanfl, UnrKOfl.
Oreifon do r
Ktuduru do.. II)' I
Portland fat. Holler, p. ltbl. ,
Hulnin do tlo
liayton do do
Csw'S'lis do do
) Hi ait per Ion no
I Hay " baled. .. .
lir'd Harley, per Ion . .
I Mill Chop jmrton ....
i til Cuke Meal per Wit .
1 Miorta r ton
27 )(:) 00
I Or. OruiiKi'H, Kiversidea.
j " " feeiUeaa ...
YAQUINA BAY ROUTE.
on Pacific Railroad
Oregon Development Co.'s Steamers, i -t
hur brad and wa ifiin.
"I'm aorry for llmt." aolM.rly pon- i
tiered Ueaaucr. "Slit had a brilliant :
Chnrlotte Cordny nirt of a fnc Hint !
1 would have itootl th tent of pvqiettis
l lo 11 on jmperl"
And then Mr. Oeainer went Into the ;
Inn and t hlinaelf at work to ubtlmr
ate the nolo of hi lectin e on "Tlio
Literature of Queen Aime' Tlmo,"
vi li it'll wa to to tlulivered Hi next v 1
nluir at th vIIIh'ii IihII.
'Jhern or plouly of peotil at the;
lull, nrooaiirniji" na a mm, i.u
ort of plat;, which attracted hioiiIo in
si ho had txiHKjiciL :
"The llttht wa m Mneertaln.'' he i Apple....., ,
tnl.l, "h could repriwliiee It bettor by Itaimnsa, p. hunch, i
thdnexl day's memory," jtberrie 1. .........
Niittie went to Hi ftmtur with her 1 Uiuoua.lat. p. bit..
oO-ceitl piece tttid Untuned lib a jrravt i .du h".',l'' r1, "
am clillcul iitelilueaa. Wh c 1 intirretl ' """
hi hluhoiit elocu-
Malt Wood ;...r... ......
fear (sir lata , , .
I'euclica er tox ....
I'Iiiiii r lb.... ;
utiy." anld Mr. (.earner (vvery , Walermeiona V l.. . ;
bmly eullttd tliti Klrl "Nutty" here), "I ; Hrawtwrrie U. , . . . . . ,
iimo Im'cii Moudurliijf why ou stay' CRAIN.
here t all." I Hurley, whole, p. Hi,.,...
Wber elae should I s a.tF : Cotm, -r IW Ito... . ...
qtieatloucd hiiu, with aliuplo 4Ui50t- ; JikhI, . Im. ........
ue. iltve.'p. Ilkilli nominal . . .
by tlo yon not jo to Hontoii and ',eui, Valh-v, p. I0o llw.
teitch ach.Kiir' It tiieal limed. : ,lu K.axlcru Urt)
Oh!" eriudKaiiy.cluitiuK her hand; POUtTRY.f
enjieriy. "tin you iiiius tiieru wuitui im r-i.t,,.,,,. lanw yotins V da,
any pofxlliilll)' ol uiy obluiltlii); a it na
"Vu mtiHt see what en to doit,''
iild Paul, rcllcetlvelr.
Mo Urautlfsthor Purpl wit left In
1 50(t2 DO
8 7ft(4 W '
4 atbs4 75 '
1 UHK l 22 Si
4 2.'K HO
7 ISIWS 50
s taunt) 00
Short Line to California.
Freight and Fares the Lowest
STEAMER 8AJLINQ DATKS.
WllUmette Valley, April i. 14.
raoH iak rsAMctaco.
Willamette Valley. March, 10, t, 17.
KID GLOVES. SASH and NARROW RIBBONS,!
ORIENTAL, TORCHON, and tne Famous
BUCKLES AND SLIDES, SILK CORDS. ETC
tli summer euaaon. r.ierj in. iiluoumi c,m, lf .,,, H1ll ,uM
and eotUKo In the vicinity wa erod. i b tlf111(H,, t)mt wIuut. while Nslty
d. and a -lectura a nomethinjf to . W((lt ,0 ill(l(m , , , ,,Br ,,,,. , 0w
alir the stAtftmtl.nl 1 of 1 heir very-.ly ; , ,rrHIl)K,r nHtk lu Die ai.rln
"'!:...t T'lr' X I;;, ,i,h ..d i rl, ,m muy .rt,uSfo,,d u.i i0p...
Iiutka V do ..... .. ..
(n-eat), yotttiK V ds. . . .
Turkeys, yotui, V lb
Orchard lirana . .... .......
trritcof.il wit which Inul reached even
and the Fa mO U8 10 HrookbiUlir. In our New hiiirlund
vuiitKo tne o a.e oe.. w j ,,h eHr of mo. To ltd tou the
Sit. lit niw men cr tte., am. ,.r ) we WM munM u WBt(k atl1
bodv was lalklnjfof ihe h-ciuio. ; Mrs. furpl !. don't want uo tep-
v n". v i irrniKlilni'lora aniiiml."
-(. irrunilfittlmr, I sttt so triad!"
SII : ..!...! V.....H.. I.,,. ..l..k ....I ..,1.1.
Into a new creature. blue liraaa.
i didn't vtatit you," t'riiwlil the obi Knuliuli live tlraN
num. "i h n lilow Alullur titkea ifootl i lialmn do . ,
Attntrahsn tlo ..
The company reiemi the right to change ml-1
lag datea without notice. (
Traina connect with the S P. R. R. and rive '
boati at Corrallta and Albany.
The Orefcon Pacific Steamboats on tht
Willamette River Division will leave
Portland, southbound, Monday, Wednes
day and Friday at 6 a. m. Arrive at
Corvallis Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day at 3 :30 p. m. Leave Corvallis.
northbound, Monday. Wednesday and
Friday at 8 a. m. Arrive at Portland
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 3 :30
m On Monday, Wednesday and
riday both north and south bound
boats lie over night at Kalein, leaving
there at 6 a. m.
C. HOKotwen, Jr., C. C Hogue,
Gen. P. ft P. Agt.lO. D. Co. Act. O. P. ft t- A.
u MoDtgomery.St., 0. P. R. R.
San Krancinco. Corvalllt, Oregon.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
Southern Pacific Company's
The Mount Shasta Route!
TIM 8 BETWEEN
Portland and San Franelseo
California Expreiw Train rum Dally
between Portland and San Prancinco.
STAPLE DRY COODS . H-
Sheeting, Muslin, Scrim and Lace Curtains,
Ladies' Muslin Underwear, Shirting, Prints,
Ladies' Mens' and Children's Hosiery,
Men's Furnishing Goods, Etc., Etc.
Clothing, Hats and Caps,
10:4s a. m.
643 a. m.
70 p. tn.
1x p. m. I Lv. Portland Ar.
:l8 p. m. Lv. Albany Ar.
TM a. m, Ar. San Kranclaco Lv.
Local Passenger Daily, except Suuday
Portland .... 8:00 A. M. Eugene. ro P M
Eugene 9:00 A. M. Portland.... 3 S r. M.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
BOOTS : and : SHOES
In endless variety for everybody.
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS.
For accommodation of Second Clan paiieu
en attached to expremi tralm.
The S P. Co.'t Perry maket connection with
all the regular traina on the Kant Side DivlMuii
from foot of P. Street.
. West Side Division.
Bet. Portland and Corvallis.
Mail Train Daily, except Sunday.
Leave. I Aaaiva.
Portland 7:.V A. M. Inde'dence.. 11:24 A. M.
nde'dence.. 11:25 A. M. j Corvallii ...u:i$ P.M.
Corvallia ... .1:30 M. Inde'dence. . a:jo P. M
Inde'dence... a :Ji P. M. Portland ... .6:10 P. M'
HENRY W. KING 6c CO., CHICACO,
At prices tlmt thalh'iige coinpctitioii.
At Albany and Corvallii connect with tralm of
Oregon Pacific R. R.
Eipres Train Daily, Except Sunda
T ..., I ABRIVK.
Portland .... 4:50 P. M. McMlunville :oo P.
McMinaville .545 A. M. Portland :oo A,
Men's Ladies' Misses' Boys'
ThroughTickets to all Point Sailer, Lerwirj & Go's Factory at Philadelphia, the most re.
South and East liable goods in the Market,
ALSO A LINE OF
City office, No. J34. Corner Pint and Alder ill.
Depot office, Corner P and Front eta, Portland.
JL KOEHLER, BP. ROOERS,
Manager. Aunt. O. P. at P.Ag't
BECK & GATES,
All kind! of work don In brick and itnn.
All work goaranteed. Leave oritur at th. Waur
SU Offlc. Cementing a ipeolalty,
Mrs. E. J. Estes,
Wlih to Inform her frlendi that in eaa b
foond at h.r chop oppoatt tlx opera hotua, pre
pared to do all kindi of work In her Una In th
Rioitearefalmaanaraadat reaaonabl. prleea,
MRS. A M. HURLEY,
, BSALIS III
We are now on the eve of a New Era in Polk County
and SHELLEY & VANDUYN are prepared for the rush
which will certainly come this Summer, They have
purchased their immense stock in the lowest markets
rtnd have obtained the largest cash discount possible; so
walk right in and we will give you straight goods at bed
Shelley I Vanduyn
"()li. 1 ih 1 uoiilil "!"
Tli towola nml lulilw-ulnlli wr
InW'ttml vilillnr lli.ni anoH', lnt nnn
tht" ilitiiii 'in anil llm July sun. 1
ililnn. inul N .it t j wit ajirinkliii nml .
lolilin tlii.in now. nli iiii'k. tlnfl
tinKnra, In an olifiira oorutr of tin) J
"Von ):. Iinlii'il!" aul.l Mii Curry ;
Pl I ut 111 . lni t'liiiili'MM'tnli'il, lo null st i
liililti (liiiin;,' ii.f t'fowilfil at'SNtu. j
"Yon'vo ! niiii li to ilu lo tl'f kilt'ltt-u, i
ami iH'aiili'm tint lu l.rtj am liny I'niil '
Nslty Purple alpltwl il(ilorr iily.
"Fifiy cmita!" li rHabil. "Oh, j
then o( cour lt' nut of th qiii-tiou!" j
I ror Nittty s alt'tnliir ttscs wit all ;
of lli nm pxHmli In tli iiiiort of a '
; gootl-for-iiollilnjr 0I1I KmniUlrB wlio, j
I wlin lie was tiotdrinkinj; givst tlnal
' too much whisky, v.a iiliirliir un-:
hounl-of sjjonltia'wlth tli rhotitiinliant. 1
She tievor wore anrililng but onlico,
and Urtiilpretl swity In ilia Inn kltohtm j
iike a tnoili'i n Cinilvrnlls, wli limit any ;
; of lite eolnt whlrh, in snclnnt story, s ;
pertainmi to that voiiiik imtsoii. ;
Hut IntiT In th tivonltijr lh howl :
itnlilo-tnnn lookt'tl Into the lillohim,
where Cindorolla was dnrning a wolU i
: worn tsblo-ntiikin anil Mr. I'ntltmm
was proparlnir brook trout for a break-
fust for tne morrow 1 early trnvelem. 1
"Where's Jiuif said Ui head stable
man. "Gons out," mid Mrs. Potlhsm,
"1 want soma one to row one of the
boarders out on th Ink," ait Id the
"lie's a plnter-pitlntor, I gun.. 11a
wants moonlight elTucts, hesuys" (with
; a ohuoklo.)
I'd a aoal ruthnr her fonlher-pll-I
low effuct tnysulf. Then whore is
j "Uiok never's on hand when he's
j wsntott," Mrs. Podliain rnpllnd. "I
i haven't seen him since suppor."
! "Then he'll lose s 60 oent job," said
the stableman, "Wtill, I s'pone I osn
bunt up sonie one soinuwhere,"
"Fifty cental" orled Natty Purple,
, springing to hur font. "I'll go, Thomusl
1 I'm handy with the oars, and I'm just
' perishing for a breath of eool air from
"Them napkins Isn't mended,"
cronkod Mrs. I'otlluim, discouraging.
"I'll Unlsh 'em when I.oome buck,"
snld Natty, coaxliigly. "Do lot niego,
! Just once!"
80 that when Mr. Geasner dime out
to the edge of the hike with tils piutur-
esque Spanish olnitk thrown across one
shouldor, aud hli klt;liliig sppitmltis
unuer ills arm, iNuttltj nirpie sitt in the
bunt ready to row Itini whullmr lie
! "Hnllo!" snitl Fnul. "Why, vol
. a girl!"
j "Yes. I'm a girl," njinlngtitlpnlly con
I fussed Nutty. "Hut 1 111 a good luind
, to row, And I know all itlmut the Inks.
I enn tnke you straight to Echo Cove,
I whore the wittor-lilios grow tliit'kost,
1 and past tlio Old Indian rook, inul "
I ''Agreed," said Paul, good hu 111 or
ledly. "lint wits there no man about
I the place to uudurtako this disagruuable
! "Oh, It Isn't disagreeable," said
j Natty, earnestly. "1 like to row! And,
besides, 1 do so much want lo em u 60
j "Do y on P" said Paul, ns the lit tie
i boat, propollnd by Nnti.v's skillful
1 stroke, ranishi'd Into I he d6ep shadow
; of the overhanging lilichea Hint Iriuged
1 the lovely tidos. "May 1 venture tonsk
"Oh, yes," aald Nullr. "It's no
secret, I want to go to llie lectura to
Paul Gonsiitir sinllml to hlinielf In the
moonlight, as he sttt lliero like a
i Spanish gondolier,
! "Do you sumiosu It will bo verv In-
j terestingP" satil hn.
I "Interesting!" eehoetl Nutty. "Of
! course It will be. Haven't you heard P
j Mr. Gossner Is to deliver a lecture ou
' the llterattiro of Queen Anne's time."
j "Aud who Is Mr. GussnerP" demand
ed the young man,
"If you don't read the matriwilnes, of
oourse you oaa't be expected" to know,"
Mixed l4tu liraas
bt) ; Canary . . ,
lu 0110 breallt. "llocnii-e 1 am
untiling bnek toslsy, Mr. Gewner - "
Oh, I uiiili'i'Hiiin'il,"salil tiiutulfathiT
Purple, ehui'kltid hoarsely. "You're
Ciintr to 1st married, too."
"lea," snld Natty, "I'm going to
'lliinendi.il th little Hrooklirldgn lleinp ...
Idyl. Nitliillv was hnppy. Ko wn Paul , ls
(ivamer. As for Grandfather Purple i LUMBER
and bis elderly brldo, let us hniiA that j ltoutili
they were tint very unliaiipv. ror the
rositt and nightingale of life can not
ho enjuyed by evervone and the spring
tide of tint world comes but onco Jmy
UumMib in A'. P. Ltxitjcr,
HOUUH AND DRESSED
Per M 110 110
From Joseph Jefferson's sutoblogr
ilty, now running in the Ct'Uury, we
quiitu th following! "Edwin Forrest,
wllh all his fsiilts, lind warm and gen
erous Iniiiulaes. I know of one In
alaueo u liere a Hmr, old set ress went
to hint in dlNireas. In former years he
had known her father and respected
him, Toliehed by her stipenl fur as
sistance, he lent her a large sum of ;
money, wllh the almost certain knowl- j
eugo ma i.e wouiti never gei 11 oaea Aoi.oriiM, lo .,rinkag
again. It whs never mailt) public; no valley.
one knew of it but the receiver and Hprinij clip ,.
myself. Tin Forrest Ilonra has dona i tliniiipia
much good, and is likely to do more;: Umim aiid fall
T. A It. Hlieulbluu ...... ...
So, 2 Ihioriim.
No. - eeilmu
No. t riiHtit;
Clear V. Hi
No. 1 dt'Mirtiiic. ...............
No. 1 ivilinu . . .
Over lli inchea wide (extra
lengths 40U)W1 " .
I.enulits tv " .
1'4 Uth ,.5.....
binsles, eedur, per UXsl. . .
Mor Alwat lh t)l )
Th day that war I 4wlrllHj
tween Franc and Germany bstwU
hfloneuP Ai! first there will be, of
cording to the now method wh eh tl
tonoan staff has w-otly sjul'fJ;
On the Oerrnan side tbt tnobllisatloo
will be cffocle'l In l,ort ,U",e
ssthao seven days a little over 1..
400,000 men wl ,Mm?UT Z.
the frontier at Hi P"lnu fixed by th
general staff. The t-ars are wa-ly,
li, coal for the rsilrosds was laid lo
l"Doufor five. lays after the first ad
ranee 800,000 men will form th sec
ond line. Finally there will be tbe
Isnilslrum with afoot 1.100.000 oil th
lirst call. All these troop ar tbor.
oughlr drillwl and srmed wltb rojieau
Ing rifle. The artillery and cavalry
have all that is aeorssary for under
Inking a campaign. Oae can u'jfn";
therefore, what the next war will be.
t. tn i. rio-i.if,,! .ml merciless. 11
is quit possibl that th rlctor will be ,
just as muutt exnauateu u
a the couquered. Urtainlr thj
Franco-Germno war of 1870 w II look
like child's play compared w th tit
coming struggle, which everybody Is
talking about, but which nobody but
a madman would desire. ' ,
We do not believe there is a sensible
man In all Germany who does not pray
for a long peace, because the next war.
even If it should result la a victory fur
Germany, must make more widows and
orphans than all the wars of Europe
during th last hundred years.
Under the title of "llow Shall W
Attack In the Coming WarP" a pam
phlet has recently appeared In Berlin,
suptiosed to be the work of a staff of
Ifeur. It treats of th present con-
liilnnanf attack bv lufulltrV. lu view
1 lowtlija j of i the olisnges of tactic made
! necessary br the .reiieating nfle aud
th mokole. powder. "Wc can no
louger couut. says the writer, "upon
our su erioritv in number and In
annameiit. Titer I only one su
periority of tactics,-and our tactic
must I adapted 10 the conditions of
modem anus. Now, llieae conditions
have changed with the enemy, and we
must soon do like him. It Is blgh
lime to study the effects which the new
I arms mut imv upon tne tsc.ucaoi oai
i tie, upon the way to lesd troops into
i ctiou. In future all Infantry which is
! not completely how de combat is In
i vulnerable In "front. Tb sueces of an
! attack according to the old principle
! of warfare must prove an exception
, and a repulse the rule. This does not
i mean that a position rsunot in future
j be curried; every posltlou can be car-
ried, but uot lu flout.
"In the next war the German in
1 funtry cannot count, as in '70-71. up
: on Hie support of tb artillery, for the
enemy has made as much progress in
! artillury as Germany, if not more, and.
considering the range of the present
rilles, tlio artillery must keep itself st
a greater distance than it did in years
past, aud leave the battle to be decided
by tlio Infantry, The advantage of
superiority of ludlvidual firing also
tends to decline at long ranr, aud,
altive all, with weapons so easily han
dled as the modern small bore."
The pnmphlut concludes witht the as
sertion that wldle the offensive la still
the best form of combat, and the one
to be recommended, il mimt fail en
tirely if the enemy is not enveloped by
turning tnovemeuls by which be can
be placed utidor converging tires.
M.nufacl uteri ef
ll's id 11,',
Miaa Ittirlilde'a Itomanoe.
and thone setors who either by age or
by iiillrmltics have been tluliarred the
privilege of following their profession
red cedar, V lOlK) 45 0050 00
will naturally be grateful
"Even In the days of his theatrical
famo and prosperity Forrest was an
susturo man, as he grew older he be
came morbidly misitnlliropicul, holding
himself aloof h'oin all but bis most in
timate friends. The latter part of bis
lll'u was embittered, too, bv Illness anil
loss of public favor. Until the closing
years ot his career he had been blessed
wilh perfect health; this became sud
denly shattered, and the unexpected
attack wrecked his drsmalio power.
ile might have borne the stroke of III
Cauliflower per dos 1 40,81 50
tKiw 1 no
for this rich t nrrots isir sack . . . .
1I0 yotitiK It) tins.
Celerv sr dos
CiiciimlKirs V dos. ....
tlreen Peas lb
Lettuce W dos ... .... .
Onions V 100 lbs . . ,
Potatoes (sir lihl lbs .
Iteana If lb
Heels V lb
Cablisue V lb
Hadishes uer dos , . . .
Uhuburb , .
1- n.....: ..1.
the loss of ptiblio Htlmiratlon was a
heavy blow; 0110. loo, that would have
shocked a wiser and more even-tempered
man than Edwin Format. Still
hn toiled 011, slid was unjustly censur
ed for ncting past his powers. Hut
what was he tloP Ills physicians told
li i 111 he must set if he would live; the
wheel must bn kept in motion or it
would fall. Ills performances In the
larger cities were given to empty
houses, while bright and youthful as
pirants were drawing from him all his
old adherents. His former friends for
sook him, and naturally, too; they
0011I1I not boar the intln of witnessing
their favorite of other days declining
night by night. No actor can hope to
hold auiiitorust in his audience mere
ly by what lie has done In years gone
by; in acting it Is tlio present that the
iiutillfl have to ueal witu, not tlio past.
.'0 witness ago aud decrepitude strug
gling to conceal their weakness In the
miniio scene Is too painful. The
greater our aflVetion for the artist the
less can we bear to see hi in sutler and
"In the vain hops of struggling on,
the old tragedian sought 'the' provin
ces.' llnra the people docked in crowds
to see the great actor that they bad
heard of In their childhood; not with
the faintest hope that they would find
the grandeur K the past but from the
curious desire to sue a ruined tower
just before It fulls.
Women nt the New Knttland Bap. "
Apples Mini dried tirs. .....
do factory sliced Cal.. . .
do evap. 60 lb boxes ...
tlo tinhlna .
Apricots , ,, ,
lilsckberiles 50 lb boxes.
Cherries pitted , .........
Peaches lilvs, unpTd new . ,
Pears much dried. ;
Plums pitted Oreg
Citron, Currants, o.
Currants, in bxs or bids.
Pales In boxes
Far Dales, 15 lb bxs,k , . . .
Oieipin French Petite. .
do German, . . . . .. . . . ,,
With Head to the North.
. Women have been admitted to the,
bar In all the Nnw England Stales ex
copt New Hampshire "and . Vermont.
Mrs. Iticker, a successful practitioner
in Washington, has now asked permis
sion to practice law In New Hampshire.
It is figured that It would take $100,
000,000 to give every poor person In
! said Natty Purple, with some natural ! ZtmiZUCii
! Impatience. "W I hv read vr 1 ' PUl . .
. The superstitious belief that human
beings should sleep with their heads
towards the north is now believed to be
hitftod upon a suientltlo principle. , The
French Aondomy of Sciences has made
expuiimonts upou the body of a guil
lotined man which go to prove that
each human body is in itself au olootrio
battery, one electrode being represent
ed by the head aud the other by the
feet. The body of the .subject, upon
which experiments were made was
taken immediately after death and
i placed upon a pivot free to more in
Itliy Ulteetiou. 4x11.01 aume vtumiuMuu
the head portion turned towards the
north, the pivot-board remaluing sta
tionary. One of the professors turned
it half way around, but it soon re
gained a position with t' n head-pleue
to the north, and the snip results were
repeatedly obtained until orgsnio
An Australian legislature has passed
law taxing all married oouples living
with their mothers-in-law ifHOO If re
residing with the husband's mother-in-law
aud tVJiJ U with th wife'.
llow many are there who recall th
association of the Iturbides with the
late Empress of HrssilP Miss Itttrbide,
daughter of the unfortunate Mexican
potentate, whs un Intimate friend of
the Empress, and during her visit to
New York spent much time with her.
Two dooados ago th name of Iturbid
was as well known as that of Dora
Pedro to-day. Mexico has always
offered the spectacular to the view of
nations, and Iturbide's career was in
keeping with Mexican mise en scenes.
Miss Iturbide returning to Philadel
phia always kept up a certain state.
She conducted herself with the dignity
of royalty, and commanded always a
peculiar kind of respect, even from
ber few intimate friends.
Her life had its romance. When
quite .voting she fell in love . and be
came engaged to a naval oflicer. State
reasous obliged her to separate from
him. The engagement was broken.
Years went by. After her father's
downfall Miss" Iturbide met Captain
, then Admiral . but pride for
bade her accepting his advance. They
met frequently, but never spoke, each
wailed for a signal from the other.
When on her deathbed she .whispered
to An attendant to seek hiin. Asclianc
hail it, Admiral , having heard of
her illucss, was ut that moment about
to enter the house. The servant sent
to summon him mot him without recog
nition and explained that her mistress
could see noonel He liuirered a mo
ment on the door-step, ringing the bell
at last, left his name and sadly walked
away! So the pride of years had its
most pathetic fall.
Alter her death It was found that In
a memorandum she hud left word that
he only was lo sue ber in death. They
sent for him, of course, aud lie kept
the lonely tryst with the woman whom
only pritlo and political .Influence had
kept from happiness as his wife. No
'olhor human being sava those needed
1 for her interment looked again npon
j her face, A painted photograph taken
w nm mm 1 im mupruHH Ol tH'itZIl to-
gethor shows Miss Iturbldu as a lull,
liatit, dark-eyed, - olive-skinned girl of
86, with rippling waves of hair aud
peculiarly attractive smile.
Tha opoponax tree is not-only a very
pleasant but -profitable one to the ladies
of Charleston,. S. 0. The Newt and
Courier remarks! "There are a aoore
or more of ladles In Charleston who
actually got all their wiuter dresses
from the opoponax trees- In their gar
dens. A youug lttdy who has a tree In
her garden has already realized 23
from the sale of their flowers, aud her
uuighbor, who has a younger tree, has
bought a hnudsome winter, cloak from
the proceeds of her tree. The flowers
are made t up In tiny button-hole
bouquets, and are given to the cook's
son tosell. Ho sells them at 6 oenta a
bouquet, and has no trouble In dis
posing of .them tp northorn tourist
who pass through the city."
(JtllT1? fhst there M 8.000..
000 orange and lemon trees In Call
fornia, mostly in th southern ssoUou.
PRDDINQ CEMENT ETC.
Roller Casting a Specialty.
1107 Fourth St., East Portland, Or.
ON BUYING TRASH.
So one would deliberately ft out
for th purpose of buying trash, yet
few Meat the folly of bringing Jiom
from a Stopping expedition thing
which hav tempted away our money,
without astlsfvlog y real oraatbelic
need. W voluntarily surround our
elve wlthtrahy kuiek-knaek from
th hO. which, after tb excitement
of tb purchase i over. eni anything
but desirable. Such Investment are
only loo familiar: the vac. lin neither
in form nor color, but. only ihlrty-tlv
cents; Japsnesc fan, so ehap that we
indulge in several, since each cost to
little; the tiny teapot of om chole
war, marked down becaus of
broken handle, for which our mir i
the dollar lighter; th rlbbou bow to
conceal the defect In tha teajsit han
dle, for which w part wllh uolher
little ura In order to plac a most In
appropriate decoration on china; do
we bring bom jy forever la such
purchases as thesef
If only w might have realised be
fore parting with our money, that the
ribbon-bedecked, broken piece of chin
could not atify tb real desire of our
heart for a pretty teapot! and that,
with th amount expended on the
tasteless vase. siierlliioiis fans, hand
les teapot and the misplaced ribbon,
w might have poau a liltl tea
pot of real value instead of trash!
The true pleasure of buying can
not be realized by tbosst who indulge
In trash, tbev lose the happy ohoosing
of that which Is to gratify coma long
felt want; of that which It Is to be the
tangible result of thoughtful delibera
tion, and abstinence for anything in
the nature of trash. Such pleasure
Ella describe as shared by 'Cousin
Bridget" of the essays and himself iu
tha purchase of rare books and 'the
old print after Leonardo," in the day
when a purchase "used to be triumph'
With people of limited mean the
frittering away of dime, quarters and
half dollars on this, that, and the other
thing, that we should often be better
off without is a serious matter, and
until taught by long exierieoce to
value mouey properly, many women
are sad waster in this 'direction.
Seeming luxuries, longed for with a
reasonable longing, are not to be
thought of seriously until their phan
tom "ship comes Iti;" while little pack
ages return from a day's shopping con
taining cheap gloves, fussy fancy-work,
or materials purchased In" the name of
Art by one who has not learued to
In the home of the wise shopper we
shall find no trash; in it place, are
well-chosen objects, few It may be.
but each good of its kind. New books
of worth we shall find there, and artis
tic needlework; bright bits of pottery
or delicate porcelain, and photographs
of some of the treasures of the old
world galleries, all gathered together
lowly aud fondly with the saved-up
small Change that by the thoughtless
buyer might have boon exchanged for
Things of worth and beauty are not
alone for those to whom "a purchase
Is not a purchase," since they "have
money enough and to spare," A share
of the beautiful may come to each of
u who will wisely plan aud wait for it,
insteud of suatchitig up rash. A good
sised photograph of some favorite pic
ture (of a Mudouna, perhaps,' with
weet up-lifting face), may be hail for
one dollar aud a half, ami the same
amount will glaae aud frame the pic
ture. A simple bamboo frame for a cabi
net photograph, of neatest construc
tion, and pretty withal, was lately
fouud iu a Japanese store for one of
those dimes that so easily slip from
our grasp ou the ten cent cottuter.
Knowitig the bettor things, our uru
deut holder of the sleuder purse cau
pass, untempied, the crowded couutera
loaded with crude wares of vuriu'u
kinds. For, looking at those ware as
the result of poor workmanship, and
poorer taste, she sees them iu their
true light, and tiuds them ouly trash.
Uuod Iluimket pimj. ;
The Congo ltlve,r of" Tu.pnr,
From an article UuHmP that, Ul.,v.. at
tie in the Century, by one of Stauley'i
v.., uuuia in.
WA nlirttA ,1... .ll.
l... .,1. .u V- -j"- IU110W-
Ing! "On the Com n,..
beast of burden, there existing merely
a niautiai transport, the
the nalivna of ,l, n..i " ....
Of tllH Rultnn,,.. ...a . :
habiting the cataract resrloua. ' t
nh. ... - .1 - " .
ui, ,, Hie slight and only
poorly developed; but the fact of the V
carrying on thuir head from sixty to
one hundred pound,' weight twenty
mile a day for sometime sTxconsot u.
tive days, their only food being eacU
flay a little manioo root, an ear or two
of maie. or a handful of peanuts, pm-
, "T j"'" " s men 01 singu
larly sound stamina. Small bow of
eight and nine yean old are frequently
UUV VIW Tl IOU IO.1t S Of ttv,l
,,klu I T,
Wei.rhl. ' - ""V fuu
"Throughout the oaturaot region the
general accepted money criCy is
Manchester cotton cloth made up Into
pieces of six yards each. Tl e Kit"
XaesC 0 the'Cl5h HdJthese
natives for transporting iUttH to,
Stanley Pool from' Malawi. I , hi..1.?
, ,,, 'tU ot
Iuuuih. five yeiira
the cost was
The hair around a
lion's neck la hla