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TrWtUNO IN WITT ANY.
im Meet mmU Witt Yty Haw
. , ' mtlMHMiliOitkp,
CCaSa a roidatda cotton la Brit-
tiny and ac)t for food and a night's
-abetter, mm tae whole family win
crowd into tit doc to obstruct your
pmagK Tmb they will sUeqtty
tad mfiumij look you w. Whither
from! Wfcithor bound) Itaftweifo
' ar, they ara even shrewd enough to
demand your pasoporl No raga
bond, deserter nor ticket of leave
nan will they harbor. Finally ae
awad you an bob of these, they
at about bargaining for thalaat aou
they can wring from yon. The food
yon are to get, to the very color of
theoofite, ia aet powerfully against
Their own poTerty, their bewilder,
tag number of children, the lonely
road to the nearest Tillage inn, the
fact that at the next oottage they
would probably murder. aa wallas
take you in; all and much mora it
aet forth to make your bargain a
So, too, the toothless old peasant
bag mother, while eying you auspi
ciously, croons to her husband a run
sing are of objections to the ar
rangement, a few of which aet you
down to your face as a Tfllainoue apy,
aosoe wretch that has eheatod the
gibbet, and certainly no leas than
the thief of Breton horses who was
caught and flogged at the last hone
They are shrewd and canny, these
simple folk, and they will make you
very miserable until the price is set
and paid. down in hand, for they
will not trust you with the sum un
til morning, lest your appearance be
lie your ability to pay; but, the lugu
brious transaction ence settled and
few sous scattered among the
children, which are immediately
snatched away and hidden in the
farmer's strong box, the atmosphere
You are the guest now. All the
mnkeeping politeness, suavity and
attention of Paris itself are yours,
and until you leave every soul in the
cottage puts every other duty aside
to minister unto your wants and
comfort Pittsburg Dispatch.
The Taaaltr af MlMrUMMi
Of what value is it that our "gild
ed youths" have larger fortunes and
consequently wider opportunities for
social and intellectual enjoyment and
advantage if they have not the cul
ture of mind and heart which ena
bles them to profit by their fortunes!
Of what use has been the toiling and
the moiling, the striving and delving,
to amass riches for those who have
not refinement of nature, good man
Ben, good morals I
What happiness can it bring to the
parents who in the evening of their
days are compelled to see that while
they have been paying close heed to
their financial affairs, the sons and
daughters for whose takes they have
stinted their own pleasures and stunt
ed their own finest feeling hare de
veloped only into selfish, indolent,
careless animals, to whom the pos
session of money means nothing bet
ter than big dinners and balls, mag
nificent dressing and lavish display I
Shall not such parents remember,
when it is too late, that our largest
interests are those of heart, mind
and morals, that our smallest axe
those of material possessions I Har
Impiwvtac tha Bm.
Among the many insects indispems
aUetoman are the cochineal bug,
the silkworm and the honey bee. To
the latter Dr. Lamborn's attention
has recently turned, doubtless with a
view to bringing about the advent of
the much talked of "coming bee."
Although , apicultnn is the oldest
economic pursuit, it is only within
the last century that much erientiflo
thought has been directed in the per
fection of the stock. Much has been
accomplished in the line of developing
a gentler bee, but at the expense of
other qualities. To evolve an ideal
bee some points must be considered
hich have hitherto been overlooked.
A combination of desirable points of
various races and an elimination of
objection's must require much pa
tience, time and money. Entomo
Tha Pablla TraUUtor.
The man. was in the upper berth of
Pullman, and in tha middle of the
night be called up the porter.
"Here, porter," he said, "we want
this car ventilated."
"Aw," growled the porter, "you
newspaper men never give a man a
"How did you know I was a news
paper man V inquired the man, for
be was indeed what the porter said.
" t'ause you're always wantin to
ventilate somethin, boas," and the
porter opened the window above the
man and gave him a cold. Detroit
Ska Mart EUt Bin Blind.
Colonel Tergetv-Did you hear that
Baron de Nogood has married a rich
Judge Peterby Isn't he blind in
one eye and a pretty fast sort of a
fellow about town I
"Tea, but as far as eyesight she is
worse off than he is."
"Well while he has lost one eye,
she seems to have lost the use of both;
otherwise she would never have mar
ried him." Texas Sifting.
Sana la Twa BaUdlng.
The First Baptist church of New
bury bort, Mass., a structure some
800 yean old, has a wainscoting ex
tending entirely around it from the
choir loft to the opposite end of the
church, directly over the pulpit, and
by placing a watch on the wainscot
ing at either end it is possible to dis
tinctly bear its ticking at the other
end, a distance of 110 feet The Bee
hive (Mormon temple) at Salt Lake
City is exactly the .shape of a bee
hivs. oatar alcwtatad. Hart also
one can distinctly hear an ordinary
whisper fromoue end to the other,
and Mm. Pattl,who once sang there,
declared it to be the must pwfect
building for singing in the world. In
this case, however, the peculiar shape
of tha roof explains the carrying of
tha sounds so perfectly, but no such
explanation is present in the New
buryport ease. Sylvester F. Deacon
m New York Bun.
. What B Waa. .
The drummer sat down to the fwxl
on tha table at a hotel, and he did not
look as cheerful as eoine men look
who sit down to some tabU. The
waiter brought in a glass of blue
milk and a piece of bwfutoik that
ktoked like leather and tot them
down before the guest Just then
another drummer rente in aud took
place opposite the first one. They
had been working the town together
"By Jove, Jim," he exclaimed,
"what's the matter with yout You
look aa if somebody had been Impua
in on your
Jim gated sadly at the feast sprwttl
"That's it Charlie," he murmured.
'You see before you a wan cowed by
a glass of milk and bullied by a beef
steak," and -Charlie ordered some
thing le and got the same. Detroit
Utt Talaa Taa BwMtM.
Perhaps you do not want your pres
ence known and down goes your um
brella, or, still bettor, your soiiwor
fell with a whack I IVrhajis you
make a beautiful cake and leave out
the eggs and flour I You aeeurt a
tranger, mistaking him for a friend.
You feel at peace with all mankind
and a hand organ strikes up now by ;
you try to sw and your thread
either has no knot or is all knots,
and your thimble is too large; you
stumble going up an aisle or iuud
ing a platform; your hair come out
of curl when you want to ltxk your
best, and the twrrible infant mention
a few incontrovertible but emlauraas
ing fact in eomiany. Burton Com
monwealth. i ii"
THE UTTLE GIRL. AND THE CANDY.
Mr. Calliper T.IU Ik Colia4 About aa
"Jason," said Mrs. Calliper to her
husband as they eat at dinner,
"when I was coining twok from
Cometville the other day, after my
visit to Mrs. Gratebar, the train buy
went through the care, as usual, with
papers, maganinea and candy, and
when he was making the trip with
the candy he threw a package into
the lap of a Utile girl who was sit
ting with her mother. They were
nice looking people, but it seemed to
me somehow as though they were
very poor. Ilmagiuedthntahewasa
widow and that site had to look out
now for every ptrany. Well, the lit
tie girl picked up the caiuly package
and looked at it all over aud read
what it said on it aud finally she
said to her mother:
" 'Mamma, can't I have this candy P
"And hef mother said softly:
" 'No, dearie. I wih you could,
but mamma can't simr the money.'
"The little girl didn't say a word
more. She jtwt held the jiacknge
and kept it ready to hand to the
train boy when he should come
along. It was plain that merely to
hold it was a pleasure.
"Sitting in the next sea back of
the mother and her child was a
woman who couldn't help hearing
what had been said. She had of
course kept quiet but when she saw
the little girl Hitting there holding
the candy she couldn't keep still any
longer, and she leaned forward and
" 'Madam, I don't wish to intnido,
but it would afford me great pleas
ure if you would permit me to buy
the candy for the little girl.'
"Of course this was an intrusion,
Jason, but the mother couldn't fail
to realize from the woman's voice
and manner the spirit in which the
offer was made, and I am glad to say
that she accepted it with a smilo aud
a pleasant 'I thank you,' and the lit
tle girl looked up, smiling, and said,
'80 do L' And so you see, Jason,
the little girl got the candy after
"Yes, Cynthia," said Colonel Calli
per, "and I think I could guess who
the woman was that gave it to her."
"Well," said Mrs. Calliper, "don't
guess," New York Sun.
How Aabiiatu I Mined.
The uses to which asbnstus is ap
plied are so varied that the mining
of the mineral has become quite an
extensive industry. In the majority
of mines the stone is blauted out, ma
chine drills boing used to bore the
blast holes. Tha crude asbestus iu
the most modern plants is carried up
an inclined railway to a stone crusher,
where it is broken with the adhering
rock into pieces not much over 14
inches in size. From thecrusher the
ore drops on an inclined sieve, which
is shaken continually by suitable
machinery, the loose liter and dust
going directly to the cleaning and
grading machines) while the larger
pieces are dropped on a revolving
table, where the worthless rock is
removed by hand.
The larger pieces are still further
crushed and sorted, the objoct being
to procure a clean titer free from
dirt The chief difficulty in this
method of preparing the material
lies in the fact that if asbestus is
crushed with a considerable amount
of stone until the latter is reduced to
powder the long and most valuable
part is partially destroyed, while if
the stone is not entirely reduced bo
fore grading it a large amount of
waste is the result. Bt. Louis Globe-Democrat.
Bound to Gat an Amwer.
Little Ellen's mother was very ill,
and a neighbor came in to see her,
bringing her little girl. Ellen tried
to entertain the child by every moans
in her power, bringing in all her
dolls, ana finally every plaything she
haa. rmt u was ot no use ; sue wouio
not be enticed from her mother's side,
nor would she speak. Then Ellen
stopped aud looked at her visitor and
asked, "Is you mad at met" 8U11 th
little gill's tongue was tied, and she
would not auswer. At last, Ellen
patience being exhaust ed, her temper
arose, aud promptly deciding that
strong measuiva alou would answer
she drew back and slapped the child
on the check with all her might, ex
claiming, "There, now, la you mad at
me now!" It is needless to say there
was an answer at last New York
aniul( ih rklldraa.
Mr. Mt'Hhautee (triumphantly)!
see ye are tukln In washin agaiu,
Mrs. McProudee (whose husband
him liwt s naviuur lob) Mure it's only
to amuse th' childera. They wants
th' wlndirw covered yen steam so iney
can make pictures on them. New
How they did It, and why, Is told
"The End of his Time,"
A powerful story of what one man
did for the woman he loved.
Don't Miss a Single Chapter
as It appears in this paper.
ThU atory will flrt siar In th
Easti-r edition, April th, of the Went
tililt-, ami will he roiillimod fur rrsl
am mm othm
Itat t - 1 t I r
Co .ih, train h"' v ,.micr liui
) I'tt tt mailt '! ttutr In nunc
,1. kne ami diu-mci. Mueulh
'rnlnrcej with ihomaii.Nuf new
!,jccu, A'lmiiaion ; cli.
l'rlml Om.-c, 1 1 tlrarjr M. Wmwim ol
bush: Hrlrture, ! no! mnnlii..l,.IHon.-iil Hit
kiti4 kldnoia qnlt-lly piirwl without tnt
tint ( mntrnry, Tri-atmaut riunUjr - bf
b-Ur, tteoci (or hook.
A WORD TO LADIES.
Thw rinM4iiTPtm tntiwi.m)Und wtlAfl
from nthfrt, thnhr mlit h onllt me1to4td
eonfwtitin. I.AUHtiftrtii0 from h4ob iiej
Ih.i sttlh ltow umplpiloiw who oavnnot tk
ortlumry r-ilia r (MtithtM wlih lhm, Thuy
makn th Hn Unttiitiii, trf from blot oh una
Kluklilvtt, S&o. DwsaujUo Mmt Cm JPhlUUptti.
E,idiyJ. 11. rntui.
In rtiliiinjf fmlly of nln ohlMrtn, mjr nljr vain
My 1 r vawhn, Coin mid Oronp was onion iynip
Yt UjuotaolTnoilvrtto-flity m It WMfrtjr
lti. Now my (rpiinflfhlldrin tnl Dr. Ounn'i
0'iicn flyrup wh, U in ulrindy praparml and mor
vlua imt tn ttta tiHt. Hold at 00 oaut it boilic
For sale by J. H, PUOIT.
lii iv k I ml of wmi wlllttn: fmt for
tha imt rHHtills you mould plant
1 AlwuyB tin Umt, thy ar nH'nunlceil 1
vim Hiiunmru uvurywiiuru.
liiiiviritiiiL ijtjifK t'i M10 kind jttio-
l)Hl)"l, U IS IflVftlllHMIB m iue
tt'untft: U'KRi.iiil II fM.
tM ) 1 .urs
A w Mid 0nniiit Trnnliuont ivm.l.lln
AfHlllllaWllorlc, (MIIIIIIKIU lit HlMI
lu Itol Mill I'lllai a llmiHIvo tmiltSirolnr.
ul, loniMl,blliul. or tilwtlluii,lii'hlHi,nliriiii.
U', rwiiil,ir liKrwlUary m innnyoilior
dlMwmanil fwimln wmknww., Iil.lwy
avrMllHiiii'ni.UlliKiiKrKl IiomIUi, ThaSnt
(liMWery ul innlUwl pum rvtttWItiii un niuir.
ailoii with kiitfti iiniiMi'ary Riri4truir,
riu. rvninly hiw upvor Imwii known Mi lull. II
a urn, ltir fei .mil ly mail. Vs iiy .ullur mini
Utla mrrllilr iIIhwm. wlwn a wrMiuu aimriiul.t'
la a Ivan Willi buara U rIMIIil III iiioiwy II
uiltiumt. Henil alamn Air Mm il, Ouarau.
t ImiiihI lir WiMHlai'iI.t'Urlt '., whol
Mtlvaml rcMiil driiiiUU,atilnKia.,hirllHnil,ir.
Fur ul Iiy I'aliorMiii Urn, and Uil.UT
'? jttJ 1.. 1 11. J.
iron 1 hit rilM known ft wnmiir
In,. r.ira:t.u.atiMi iih.i'm. luvinli
auisuuia r ruin uOuikitf htu
Tl.l 11 f OH. TO
OS. lO-MSKOt ll.l SIMIOV,
whfH aia dlranlla OM mm .AMmI
. MrHiurtn, altar. 1
Oil A.C" a pi-wa-v rrn
urtMlumora, allay, two ii. air hviiiw
ar not mm m sismt
jjoaTH racitic cycle c2.
aureus os svtav bcscsitiom.,'"
C L O C K S
W. E. Goodell
HAS IN STOCK
A NEAT STYLE
LADIES' : SHOES
Wlilcli he (It-Hire Hie IimIIi-m of lmk-
nmkIuov ami vicinity tonill ami In
jsh'U i'liy ar if the IuU-hI
are wull IIIiiImIkhI uml at llu' ' .
jiniin, wirrtuii, for
tAJl ANO CG'J 1H
The SHASTA Route
Southern Pacific Co.
Fipra Train! Lmt Portlaml Dally.
T7. TorlTntiil Ar.
I,v. Allmiiy Ar.
Ar, Sun Kraitnlwio IiV,
T-M A. M
:!! A. ki,
iO:'ai f. M,
ii'Vu liatu. .to), otil.' a followink- .lailuu
inrlli ul Hhi.iiiik: Kitxl t'nrdaii I, drwui rlt,
oo.lliilrn Hali'm, Alliany. Tnnajuiit, HhiuhK, Ha:
y, lumilmrK, Juiu'tluii CUy, Irvine ana1 Xu
Roseburg Mail, Daily.
Loiivp. I Arrlvo.
Porllnml h:W a.m, I llnaolmrg ...,B:in p. M
ttoai-biirg..,. 7;0il A. M, I'tirl.lniirt ;;) A.JI
Albany Looal. Dally clt Humliiy.
Porllund S:00 p,m,
M to 1 C;i:s Hs.
PULLMAN BUfTkTT HLKEI'ERH
8ecoiid-('liin Hlwiplng f'ara attaohed
to all throiitrli traiiiH,
West Side Division.
Between Portland and CorvallU
SAIL TBAIW DAILY (liotpt Sunday.)
ll ill a. a.
W lor, a.
Lr, Portland Ar,
Ar. Indaiwniluno Ar.
Ar. Oofvalll. I.T.
6 0 p. ra,
l : p. m.
ia.y p. in.
At Alliany and Oomllli ooanaot with train, ol
OraRuu faolUo Hallruaa.
EXPRESS THAW DAH.T (Excopt Sund'y)
Portland 4:40 P. w.
Ml-MlnilTllla 6 4A A. H.
MsMlnnvllla 7:96 p. a.
Portland . ..8:20 A. u
Tlirouuli lli'lu u I, nil ihiIihh In I In' ImihIiii-ii
Hlnl(!, -. t mii Kurnpo, ''Kn lw ol'InlnoU
from f. M.B'riVJiJil, Agont, lndopenduiiw.
E. K Hiiiil .U.-"..
Mumiiirr. AubI, (). r . A 1'h, ami,
From TKHMINAL or INTKRIOB
nm Ficific 1 1
la tli tin Ui lag
It If th DINING-CAR ROUTL It
rum Through Vestlbulsd Tralm
Every Day In th Year to
(No hat)g ot ars)
CoinKiH,-(l 0r DININO CAItS ud
buihuwI, I'ulliiiaii Drawing
Jtoom HliMp-n of latent
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS,
llit that can lie coimtructel, and
iu wliloli UA'ooiiiinwIatlous are
truth freoand fiiruished for
holders of first or seo
oud chuw tickets,
ELEGANT DAY CUACKES.
I Continuous Una, Cc::::tq
with all Lines
Altordlnt rtlrart and wninlrrupl4 aorvloa.
fullitiKti alnwr nwrvathma nn twamtr4
In advaniw Oimualt any agent of Id ruad.
ICurorw, can ha huivIiiimhI at auy t oaat altln
uf I hi. miiiituiy, Kull iudirutalkiO rvard
Im ratra. iiimnif Iralna, nun, and mlior da
latla, lurnlalivd utt appllvaOnn Ui aujr agaal, or
A. D. CHARLTON,
AMl.lani Oonaral PaaainiT Ant,
Nil. Ul r'irt atrml, r VVMlilugum,
a f .
Leaving Portland,. 845 a. m.
I DAYS TO
7 Hours Quicker to St. Paul,
23 Hours Quicker to Chicago,
40 Hours Quicker to Omaha
and Kansas City
PULLMAN anal TOURIST SLttR
IRS, rCE RECLINING CHAIR
CARS, DINING CARS.
Fur mini and naral lnnrtnalltm,ealln
W, II. IH'Stl liritT, Aat.an. IW. Aft.
iH M'a.lilnitinn atrtwl, mf. Third,
E TILE CO.
Iliw now in stock and is continually
imuiiifadurlng tiling; of all
sizes for drains and
C I'J vv ) S
MEK T WHY ARE YOU WEAK ?
II B M BSSk aaaak i n
we have s relief and cure
Jn your Ignorance of ellects
and vitality which la
nyitem the element thus
etrength and vigor will foU
cure or money refunded.
Dr. Sanden's Electric
after all other treatment 1
testify, and from many of
It A complete galvanic battery, made Into
which are instantly felt throughout all weak
grfatfftit Doon ever given wcax men, ana we
Monav KofUnded. They ar graded in
grentetit boon ever given weak men, and we
1 .1 BT-ttV.iiSCWrW'Ira. i
he worat case In two or three month. Address "
9 AN DEN C LGOTOIO OO.f 170 Plrst Ct
PILOT LKX02IT will make tba asason
on PHI DAY aud SATURDAY each wsek.aud at tn lair arounds.Halsui.
PILOT LU0XT Is a dark ehsatnut In color, with small strip In Am; lft front
" foot aud both hind ones white; stands IS bands nigh; weighs 1,100 pounds.
July wore ft ouuo shoes when be made bis present record of 8:21 1. Ills
colts are all good slse and color and are very uniform In action, with One
disposition aud best legs and fcet.
iEBTlCB FEE Sfio.00 for tba asason, psyabls on or before July 1, 1803. Insur
ance 175.00, payable when mare prorie to be in foal or by March I, IBM,
tiood pasture Will be ftirnlehed at 12.00 per mouth. Will not be responalble
for sooldeuts or escapes.
PILOT LEM0XT was sired by Icmont 12718, slreof Blondle2a4 (P. 2:16), Lady
Mack im, Leona 28, aud others Just as fast First dam, Nellie Mack, by
Dsadsbot, son of Alcade (ItM), by Msmbrino Chief (11); second dam Vamos,
by Post Hambletonisu, sou of Hambletoulan (10). Third dam, Cardinal
; by Duval's Msmbrino, son of Msmbrino Chief (II); fourth dam, by Pioneer,
son of Blackburn's Whip. Home of
PILOT LEMOTTO oolte will U bandied IbU season at Salem, where they can
be eeen during the summer, and they are good enough to be recognised by
any breeder, For sny information call oo or address
SAM U EL A. CROWE LL, Salem, Orog.
ladependence Marble Works
Marble and Granite Monuments
Hoodstonos, Tablets, and Curbing.
A new and omnplrt stock of Marble and Granite Monuments lo arrive soon,
which we will furnish at low prices and at short notice. We buy by
the carload and can give customer advsutag of low freight.
St:? ca Riilrcii St. L II CdLJa$, Prtj.
W. H. CRAVEN & CO.
Caere a fell Una of
Robes, Oils, Brushes, Etc.
REPAIRING PROMPTLY ANO NEATLY DONC.
411 C street, Independence, Or.
The choicest of fresh and aalt meats of all kinds are kept constantly on
hand. Also sausage of all kinds. MrFree delivery to any part of the
city. Highest cash price paid for fat stock.
A. B. CHERRY,
With Patterson Bros.
ftct of abuses, smms, worry sad eposre. For mtib wffereri
In par marvek Inwntjnn, which reqatns but a trial to conrlnoa th met tktptlcal.
or by ssetMte, or upotwra, you rpay bav nalule drained your sstsm at nerve forcf
lootrleltyand thiif caused your smkaesi of lack of fore. If yon leplac into ypur
dniiiud, which sre required for vigoroui strenrth, ypq will remove the cause, end betlth,
iw t once and to natural way. this ii our plan na ireaiment, ana we fursin a
6od for our IIIuitrtd.Pswphlti, fresj sent by nU sealed.
Belt Is no experiment, ss we have' restored thousands to robust hesltk end vtfov
(ailed, at can be .hows by hundred! of one throughout this State, who would (tally
whom w bsv strong letters bearing teetlmony to their recovery after using ow Bek
DRa SHNDBNiBLBCTRIC BELT
belt f as to be eailly worn during wort or at
parts, or we forfeit $8,000. It ha aa
warrant It to cure any of the above weaknesses,
warrant h ra cura any w auurv wcaaucaaoa, auu w ciiikikv surunaou ,imua, w pana, ui
strength to meet all stages of weaknest In young, middle-aged or old men. and will curt
of im at Cook's stable, Independence,
CHAS. 8 KNOTT
TRSDC BJASSa. I
eiaioei ATS ST. I
UNM CO., aa BaaADwar, Nw Toas
mnwBanaa aaa naa Haadaaaa ami. ta
Quart karaaa for aMarlat paiaaM. Si Aaaru.
kaTHuai lata u ar aa I. krawat aatara
U. aaaiia ar a awa um fra i ahara m tka
- 0 . ..IT. -JS
i Mtatlfa AaMriea
fX twJf fv
DEBILITATED AND SUFFERING
fromNeRvdus Debility oeminal wfak
nes Losses Drains. Impcttency on,
:Lost Manhood; Rheumatism, Lame
jack; kidney roubles.ne:rvdusne
rest, and It gtvei toothing,
Inprovod Blootrie Snapeasory, the
laaprOTed ElMtrlo Buapea
and to enlarge shrunken limbs, or pint,
4 . . .