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ALBANY, OREGON,-SATURDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1870.
Slip JHmjj gtegistcr.
rUBLl!$UD EVKRV SATCUD1V BT
ornce ox corscb op r jerky and nitsT-srs.
E. F. RUSSELL. I C.
TERMS IX ADVANCE.
On Year.. ...'.; Three Dollars
JS'is Month. Two Dollars
Single Copies Teu Ceuts
Transient -advertisements p-r Square of ton
Hues or less, first iusx-rtiou, i?2 ; each subsequent
insertion. $1 .
Larger advertise incuts inserted on the most
J Oil WO UK.
Havnn rwived new type, stock of colored
ink,, cards, 'a tJord.in Johher. tte., we are pre-
ed to execute all kinds of printing in a bctt.r
m.inn-r and fiftv per cent, cheaper ttiau ever be
fre oBVr.-d ia this city.
Attorney at Law,
Real Estate Brokers & Collecting Agents,
Portland, - - - - Oregon.
f'ale of Heal E:-t.il
and the Collection of Claims.
Office, North-west curiirr of First
ingtou Streets, Portland, Oj;n.
TION GIVEN TO THE
feb 6-70- 5
Agents for the Register.
The following gentlemen are authorized to re
ceive and receipt for subscription, advertising,
etc., for the Umwstkh :
II I RAM SMITH. Ksi
Tudre S. H- CLAUiSlITOX...
PETER HUME. Esq
W. It. KIHK. Ki
K. E. V II E KLEK. Eq......
T. If. REYNOLDS. Esq
Ir.o. W. CAXSOS, Esq
I.. P. FISHER, Esq
CFO. SOAII. JAM IS XORBISOX.
Iuriucrly New Columbian,
Corner Front and -"Morrisou streets,
Noah & Morrison, Proprietors.
Free Coarh to and from the" Ifonsa.
... Harrison rj.
J. C. MEN PEN II ALL,
o t a r y X u b 1 i c ,
il.BANY. ::::::: OREGON.
KGAL INSTRUMENTS 0 ALL KINDS
J made and attested. Conveyances and rol-
tOIlNER OK .
and Washington Streets,
BUILDERS, ATTENTION !
SASlf, BLIXD AND LOOK
3. U. ALTHOL'SK. JiV WRIGHT. J. r. BACKLNSTO.
ALTIIOITSI3 fc CO.,
l.TOX STISKET, (OS TUB BIVCU BANK),
ALBANY, : : : OREGON.
T7" EEP OX HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT.
ud are prepared to
X.. P. W. Quimby, .... Proprietor.
(Late of the Western Hotel.)
IITS IIOl'SE is the most commodious in the
tntrncwly furnished, and it will be' ths
cnneavor of the Proprietor to make hi. puesie
comfortal.le. Nearest Hotel to the steamboat
The Concord Coach will always he feui
at the landing, mi the ariival of steamships ni
river boats, carrying i'asjenpers and their ba: -gace
to and from the boats frrr nf chnr-ic.
JI'Kse ii1;ku icilh 'Meat Vre Ej tinyuihi.
made and attested.
Icettons atrettded t.
L. STRUCKMEIER & CO.,
XEW ADVERT ISEM EXTS.
Crown, l'anel, IJjud, and Section Mold
of all sizes.
WINDOW AND DOOR FRAMES !
: and all other kinds of
E2m!ilii3r llaterinl !
Are prepared to do MILL WORK : furnt.-h Sha
ker Fans. Ziza Shiik-rs, Suction Fans. Driving
Pii'leyfl. of any kind, lit our Factory oa Lyon
street, (on the river bauk), next below Markbani's
J i ALTIIOL'sE & CO.
Alhaty, February 0, 180J-
EEPS ALL KINDS OF FINE CLOTH.
Suit uiaile to orler, ia tue xuogt fasltioa-
aitie and approved stvles.
Sy L- STRUCKMEIER A CO.
J. w. Bcut.'cy.
t 1 ENTLE.M EX'S ROOTS MADE TO ORDER
Vjf uu short notice, aud with neatness and dis
patch. .r-- All Kinds of Repairing- Pons.
Albany. June II, 1870 40
WKfcAT AND FLAXSEED DEPOT.
CI LEANING and liOISTTXG caparify
7 IO.OOO Bushels per Day I
A share of patronage s: l:-itd.
4a"70 K. CARTWRIG1IT.
-Ji The highest cash price paid for Wheat.
Emit for newsmen fresh dates.
Text for a brewer- Tie brews XX.
The total population of Montana ia
Footprints on the saud of time cows'
The Oldest tops iu the world moun
The second citv in Michigan is Grand
The sentry's challenge at Paris Hu
go's there. , "
A. Shakespeare is editor of a paper in
The return of the cattle plague is fear
ed in Eoglaud.
' There are said to be 000,000,000 dogs
in the Unitod State?.
Men born blind can't be
because they never saw.
The ouly persons who really enjoy bad
lieu tli are the doctors.
It takes fifteen cents postage for a
letter to Brazil from this country.
A Chicago daily paper has an enthu
siastic column headed '"Our Murders."
In Pittsbnr; a couple aged 1G and 15,
have just got a divorce.
The English papers all print feeling
eulogiunis of Farragut.
A "gentle, sobbing, soakiug rain," is
what tliev had iu Indiana.
V. S. Internal Kevenue.
I5y the new charter t f
Texas, l'aro is iirohibited.-
Eove is deciibcd by Ueecher as the
"diameter of the Diviue nature."
Xeaily every city of Europe has a
chat itable 'Iloiuo for Consumptives."
The census demonstrates a large in
crease in the population of Missouri.
,Au English savant is constantly en
deavoring to prove that the earth is flat.
T' 1.1 ...
rour anu tnree quarter pounus is tlie i taxes on sales as
I. 15. KICK, 31. U.,
PHiSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Albany, ...... Oregon,
-OX THE SOUTH SIDE OF MAIX
lar -e stock of
Groceries and Provisions,
V.Md and Willow Ware, Tol.aoeo, Cijrar
feetionery, aukee Xoii-msA--.,
and K. tnil. opposite R. C. Hill A
MRS. A. J. EUSIWiT,
I STOVES, C00R, PARLOR & BOX.
j i of the Lest patter
Fasliionaole MiUinery and Fancy GoouS.
Dress and Cloak Making
BLEACH KS AND PRK.-SES STRAW GOODS
Iu Latest Style and bed! manner.
sT.urr foi: r:i:.ui axd emiwoidery.
' Fir.-ft aud Br-'ada bia
Tin, Suvvt Iron aad
and the usual rsortment of Furnishing Goods t
i be obtained in a
weioLt of a champion Georgia cir!.' nlant.
A man aged SG is cutting a new cet of
teeth iu Xcw Orleans.
Touawanda (.'") ''as just decided to
become a city by a vote of 27 to 4.
The contented man is never poor The
discontented never rich.
Two fifths of the sttrch made iu this
country it is said is manufactured iu
The colored men of Wilinington.X C-,
are about to establish a literary associa
tion iu that city.
" Rosa Ronhcut is engaged in paiuting
the favorite dog of the Emperor II. of
Thomas Frazer, U. S" Assessor for
j Oregon, furnished the Prnji.ninn with
the following correct synopsis of amend
ments to the revenue laws, which should
be cut out by busiuesa men, atid placed
stmiewhere for handy refcreuce :
. 1st. Canned and preserved fish, shell
fish, meats, fruit and vegetables, are ex
empt from stamp duties on and after the
passage of the law, (.July 14th, 1870.)
2d. On axid after the 1st "of October,
1870, the stamp tax imposed iu Schedule
13, on promissary uotes for less sum than
one hundred dollars, aud on receipts for
auy sum of money, or lor the pay
ment of any debt, are exempt. '-Aud no
stamp shall be required upon the "trans-'
fer or ass-'gnuicut of a mortgage, where it
or tuc instrument it secures uas been
once duly stamped." The stamps-' re
quired oa Rank checks, Drafts or Orders,
Bill of exchauge, Certificates of Deposits,
remain as heretofore.
Sd. Persons furnishing their o"svn die
or design for stamps to be used especial
ly for his or their own proprietary arti
cles named in Schedule C, t-lia!t be al
lowed the followiug Commissions, viz :
Ou amounts purchased at one time of not
!es than fifty dollars nor more than five
hundred dollars, five per ccutuai; and on
amouuts over five hundred dollars, ten
pet centum ou the whole amount pur
chased. I'rovitli.d, That lucifer or fl ic-,
tion matches, cigar lights and wax tapers,
may be removed from the place of man
ufactures lor export to a foreign country
without payment of tax or affixing stamps
thereto, and such rules aud reulaitions
! as the Commissioner of Internal Revenue
may preset ibe.
j 4th. That on and after the 1st of Oc
I tuber, 1870, the several taxes on 5ales
! imposed by the internal revenue laws
; now iu force savinj unci excepting such
by existit.": laws
store, A!bany, Oregon.
Uiltatidcl & Co.,
STEALERS IX GROCERIES AND PRO
p viion. Wood and Wdlow Wars, Confec-tion-ry,
Tubac-o,' Cigars, Pipes, Xotiotis. etc.
Main .-treet, adjoining the Exptesi t5ce, AlbA.v,
Oregon. . j"
E. A. Frccland,
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
Miscellaneous and Blank Hooka.
n. Tittf lof
.mcc iiuiidui, Albany, Oregon. Books ordered
from New York and Sau Francisco. I
I BALER IX
o mery. iioi-t anil ate-I I'ens.
J. U. II ITCH El.L.'
J. S. POLI'll. A. SMITIl.
lYIitchel!, Dolph & Smiti,
VTTORXETS-asb COUNSELLORS at LAW,
Solicitors in Chancery and Proctors io Ad-
-1 Office, Front
inralty. Office over the old V
treet. Portland, Oregon.
J AM23 A. WARMER,
tiril La;'laecr& Siirvcvor.
IS PRKPARED TO DO SURVEYING AND
Ktigineeritig. Uss improve. 1 Solar Compass.
Ur ler. by mail promptly attended to. Resi leuce
n Itk St., opposite Dr. Tate's residence, Albany
Oregon. I9 0m
IVJUbYO COUNSELLORS AT LAW
and Solicit ira ia Chancery,
(I Plinn, Wctajy Sabac,)
Albany, Oregon. .'Collections and conveyaaco.
promply attended to, j
GEO. W. GRAY, D. O. S.,
WOULD SOLICIT THE PAT
rnB'.'f of all persons desir
ing ARTIFICIAL TEKTH aud
FIRST CLASS DENTAL opera
tions. Nitrous Oxido administered for the paio-
less exiractun ol teeto, wucu desired. Charges
Office ia Parrish i. Co. 'a briek block. Resi
dence, first hausii south of Conrcjutioual Church,
Irentiojr on Conrt House block:.
Albany. Oregon, July 2, IS70-4.1
IS HEREBY GIVEN, THAT I HAVE
.Livery and Feed Stable !
In the town of LEBANON", where I will be con
stantly on baud to attend to the ' wants of the
I will ruu a back froni.Alany to Lebanon and
foda Spring,, on Saturday of each week.
All business entructed to my care will lie
promptly attended to.
. W 13. DOXACA.
Lebanon, Sept. 10, 1376 lr.?mS
i DEALER IX & MANUFACTUREK. OF
CABINET AVAKE !
Corner First and Broad Albin streets,
z-zion reavonttblr term. "Ti.!
"Sh irt reckonings make lon frieuds."
There was a doll baby's wedding at ceip's are repealed.
j paid by stamps; and wholesale dealers,
j wholesale liquor dealers, cattle dealers-,
cattle brokers, apothecaries, buteheis,
! coul'ectiouers, plumbers and gas fitters,
and sales of leaf tobacco, manufactured
J tobacco, snuff, cigars, foreign and domes
tic uis'iiicd spirits and wiues, now im
posed by existing laws approved July 20,
18G8, aud acts amendatory thereof, be
aud the same are hereby repealed.
5th. That on and after tho 1st of Oct.,
1870, the tax now imposed ou articles in
Schedule A ; (carriages, watches, bill
iaid tables kept fur private use, gold aud
silver plate) the special tax ou boats,
barges, aud fiats ; on legacies, and suc
cession t on passports, and on trross re-
Front street ..Albany.
Next door to Man-field A Co.
. - j dec5'0S-I
Piro 2 37"ix-o! H7x-o !
JTJD l-AHTUXLAU ATTtsriON I'AID TO "T5r
ORDERS Or ALL RINDS
iu his Hue.
PLOWS! PLOWS! PLOWS
r,iIE u.u'!'Uuod give, notice to the
A ru'J.ic, that he is now uanufacturin
CJaSesbar Patent Plow !
aud any other style of plow that may be ordered.
Also, particular attention paid to
Wagon RlakiD and Ilorsc-shocing.
Wagons for talc at my stop atfltO and $100.
Horse shoeing as follows : Cash, 2 ; credit, $3
All work entrusted to me will receive prompt!
attention, and be excuted in the best possible
manner with good material. A share of public
patrouare is solicited.
Shop on corner Ellsworth and Second streets,
opposite Pie-ce' Ferry. F. WO'D.
Albany, November I, l6s-II
ST. CHARL.ES hotel,
Corner First and .Washington Sts.,
ALBANY, ' - -.' '- OREGON.
XI. BRENNER, Proprietor.
WITH A KF.XT BUILDING, NEWLY
Furnished throughout, the proprietor
hope to gif-e eutire satisfaction to the traveling
public. The bed. an, .applied with spring-bottoms.
The table will receive the closest atten
tion, and everything the" market afford, palatable
o gnesU will be supplied. jan tf- I
BSaia street, - Albany, Oregon.
OF THE VERY BEST
Constantly on band.
ALBAiW BATH KOV8E.
rrillK UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT
JL fully inform tho eitizeus of Albany and vi
eiutty that be has taken charge of this establish
ment, aud, by keeping clean rooms aud paying
strict atttnlic j to business, expects to suit ull
those who ma favor him with their patronage.
Having heretofore carried on nothing but
First-Class Hair Dressing- Saloons,,,
he expoe's to give entire satisfaction to all.
Childreu sod Ladies' hair neatly cut and
shampooed. JOSEPH WEBBER.
ruinvmrc. - -
ISX riEFARtD TO PO
ALL KINDS' OK TURNING t
I ke; p on hand and make to order
. . ; ASP .' . ' '
Spicains- Wheols. '
Shop near tbo "Magnolia Mills."
JOHN M. METZtrER
Albany , Nov. 9, I86S-I -
' A Stitch in Timo Saves Nine !
Fire and Harins Iiisnraace Gompany!
Nos. 410 and 418,
.STOCKHOLDERS INDIVIDUALLY LIADLE
Cash Capital, lu Gold Coin, $750,000.
Deposit lit Oregon, 50,000. '
Ztoss'js I-onitf cttirf Equitably Adjusted
And Paid in Gold Voin.
COMPANY" having complied with the
s of Oregon. 1T nmkimr a denosit of fiftv
thousand dollars, is now prepared to effect insur
ance against Loss or Damage bv Fire, and also
against .uariuc and Ioluad Navigut'un risks, ou
liberal tvrais. -
i GUSTAVE TOUCHARD, Pres.
CIIAS. t. HAVEN, Secy.
I Ag-cnt for Albany.
Albany, January 8, 1870-1S
SAX FUAIVCISCO STORK!
AND FERRY STUEET5,
Keeps constantly on hand a full assortment of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, CLOTHING.
Hoots". Shoes, Ilaidtvare ii Crockery,
nnd a full supply of Ladies'
FuTniSuiiiE Eiliroiaery, Fancy Goods, &c.
also, a stock of
THE- SET LIQUOR!
for Medicinal purposes only.
Always on hand a large stock of
Box, Cooking and Parlor Stoves !
and manufactures all kinds of
Tin, Copper and SUect-lron Ware,
all of which are offered at the lowest rates for
CASH R COUNTRY PRODUCE I
I . -
All kinds of repairing done, on short
notice, and eutire satisfaction warranted, at my
Stove aud Tin Store. ' 1
i JULluy GUADWOIIL.
HAljVESS' UEADERS j
3Iowcrs J Reapei's
j And all kinds of
t ' !
Igricultaral Iniplenits & machines
1 May 28, 70-38
On baud and for tule by
BLAI.V, YOUNO A CO..
; Albany, Ogn.
1'Uoeiield (Jenu tho other day. Sev
eral hundred little girls were present.
In Texas a husband oilers SI.200 re
ward, and no questions asked, it the man
who took away his wile will return her.
Artificial India lubber is made for
twenty two, ccuts a pound iu I'aris, and
is paid to be as good as the real article.
A lady who had repeatedly called her
little boy to come in and say his prayers,
was somewhat taken back by his asking
h. r if God was iu much of a hurry.
Auother Pittsburg minister ia under a
cloud. lie has been driving his wife out
of doors and making it lively for her in
The Olympia 7 ibune sajs A. S. Hill,
a Chthalis valley farmer, harvested six
acres of wheat this seasou, aud realized
sixty-six Lusheis per acre.
Au Adirondao native, at Saratoga,
seeing a Uioadway belle driviug her pha
eton, with the negro in livery behiud
remarked : "That negro must pay that
uiee looking girl a pile to drive for him."
In Austria, asbestos, boiled in wa.t, is
used as wick for kerosene oil lamps.
aud being, as its name implies, tucombus
tible, thus prepared, it lasts for fully a
The I)allcs paper is of opinion that
salmon fed to chickeDS will poison the
same as it does dogs. It has had several
chickens sicken aud di lately, and con
cludes that it was caused by their eating
The La Grande Democrat sajs trouble
from bad Indiausis feared by tho settlers
on Kuglo creek. "Good ludians" iu
the frontier sense never ive trouble, ex
cept it be to those who bury them.
A woman iu Radeberg, Saxony, iu the
last stages of consumption, whose hus
band died lately, has confessed that she
poisoned him' because she knew her
death was imminent, and that ho would
then marry a second wife who would mal
treat her children.
An Irish lady at Troy, teacher in one
of the public sehools, tortured a class of
young girls by suddenly inquiring if they
could tell the name of the first woman.
One of the little ones, more forward than
the rest, advanced to the front of the
clans and replied : ''Well, we don't know,
ma'am, what her namo was: but anyhow,
she wasn't Irish I"
also by strikii)r out the words
-seven" iu the last proviso ("aud
Kossuth Gives it IJp. Kossuth has
declined to serve as a Deputy in tbe
Hungarian Parliament. The affairs of
Ilnn-iary, Austria, Italy, Home, France,
and the world in general have taken a
shape which completely bewilders Kos
suth. He finds that the cause of "the
solidarity of the peoples" is getting on
vcy well without him, and he retires in
A prospective father-in-law, speaking
ofthej'oung man whom his daughter
was to marry, said ; "He is a good fellow
and has but one fault: ho does not know
how to swear." "A fs'i indeed! I
think you are extremely fortunate in pet:
tint? such a son-in-law," replied bis friend.
"Yes he doesn't kuow how to swear, but
he swears all the same," was the reply.
Gth. That ou and after the 1st of May,
1871, all the special tares (liceuses) ex
cept the special taxes ou brewers, distill
ers, rectifiers, compounders of liquors,
I wholesale and retail dealers, mauufac
I turcrs of tubacco, suufT and cigars, are
repealed; aud with the special taxes that
arc rrpcuiid after the first of may, 1S71,
is also lcpeaLd the tax ou UlouthJy
7th. Thac section 15S (this section re
lates to iustumcuts iu Schedule 15, that
from so irrcr cause were omitted being
stamped,) is amended by striking out the
words "fifty dollars'' iu the second pro
viso, and insertiuii m Leu thereof the
following: '-double the amount of ' tax
tcmuiniu'T unpaid, but in no cas3 less'
than five dol ais :" also by striking out
the words "sixty-six" iu the third proviso
("shall withiu twelve muutns alter the
1st of August, 18GB," &c., &c.."i and in
serting in lieu thereof tho woids "seventy
the record thereof shall be as valid," &c,
&.C ,) and iusertiu": in lieu thereof the
8th. There shall be levied and collect
ed annually, us hereinafter provided, for
the years 1S7U aud 1S71, and no longer,
a tux ot two and .one halt per centum
upon the prains. profits and income ofJ
every persou rcsidinc; in -the United
States and of every citizen iu the United
Stdtss residing abroad, derived from any
source whatever, whether within or with
out the United States, except us herein
after provided, aud a like tax annually
upon the iiaiu, profits aud iucoino deri
ved iroin any business, trade or profes
sion carried on in the United States by
any person residing without tlie Uuitcd
States, and not a citizen thereof, or fioui
rents of real estates within tho United
States owned by : any person residing
without the United States, and uot a citi
zen thereol. The other provisions from
which iu co mes are made up a e similar
to the lust law, also the exemptions are
the eame except now 82,000 is exempt
instead oi ei.uou as neretotore.
Dili. Incomes are made up for the en
tile year from January 1st to December
dlst, inclusive, "aud shall be levied and
returned to the Assistant Assessor outhe
first day of March, 1871 and 1872, aud
be due aud payable on or before the SOtb
day of April in each year." -
10th. There shall be levied and col
lected for and during the year 1871, a
tax ofMIj per ceututu tin the amount of
all interest. on Coupons paid on bonds os
other evidences of debt issued and pay.
able in one or more years after dato by
any of the corporations' . in this! section
hereiuafter enumerated, knd on . the
amount, of , all dividends of eurn
ings, income, " or gains hereafter
declared by 'any" ; bank, trust com
pany, saving institution, insurance com
pany, railroad company, canal company,
turnpike company, canal navigation com
pany, and slack water company, whenever
and wherever the same shall be payable,
and to whatsoever person the same iffay "
te.due, including nonresidents, whether
citizens or aliens, and on .all undivided
profits of auy such" corporations which
have accrued and bceu earned and added
to any surplus, contingent, or other fund,
and every such corporation having; paid
the tax as aforesaid is hereby authorized
to deduct and withhold lrouu any pay
ment on account of interest, coupon and
dividends, an amount cquil to the tax of
2 per centum ou the Mine; Provided,
That the tax upon tho dividends of in
surance companies shall not be deemed
due until such divideuds are payable
cither in money or otherwise.
These returns must be made to the
Assessor or AstisHtant Assessor of the dis
trict in which such person who has the
care or management of any of the fore
going corporations has his office .lor
conducting their business, on or before
the tenth of the month following that in
which any dividends or sums of money
become due or payable as nforctaid, in
such form as the Commissioner of Inter
nal revenue may prescribe ; the penalty
in default in the making of such icturns
is $1,000 fine and 50 per cent, added to
the amount of tax fouud due. " ,
llth. Sections 120, 121, 122, law of
June 30th, 18G4, relative to the foregoing
matter, is repealed from and after August
1st, 1870. Section 123, same act, rela
tive to disbursing officers, withholding a
tax of O per ceut. from all Goveruicut
officers, Senators, l'eprcscntatives, Dele
gates aud other Government employees,
is repealed, to take effect on and after
August 1st, 1870.
Vtl, Kur-tinr, 1 ot r,P .T.,1.r 1 StV?
and section tour ot tuc act amenuatory
thereof, approved March 3d, 18G5, arc
so amended that no ship, vessel, steamer,
boat, barjre, or Hat, belonging to any
cttizeu of the United States, tradiug from
the port or point within tbe United
States or employed in the bank, whale,
or other fisheries, 'shall hereafter be
subject to tbe touaj;e tax or duty provided
for in said act ; "Aud the proviso in
section 103, act of June 30, 1804,
requiiing an auoual special tax to be paid
by boats, brrges and flats, is hereby
13th. The tax of one twenty fourth of
one per centum each mouth on banks and
bankers, ou their capital aud on their
deposits; the stamp tax or sales of stocks,
bonds, bullion, coin, promissory notes;
the tax on gas, are uot repealed.
Approved July 14, 1870.
Heality IJeatino Romance. -Indiana
appears to be not ouly noted for its
expedition in unyoking dissatisfied mat
timonial pairs, but also in- tying up the
connubial kuot with equal rapidity. Ou
Wednesday last a party nuptiaiistieally
inclined drove into Kokomko town, the
objeessof the being to meet a Miss Liz
zie Lanker, of whom Mr. Milton IJireley,
a veteran widower, was to be married.
Having implicit confidence in his affianc
ed, he went to the clerk and procured a
license. The party waited long, but Liz
zie did not put in an appearance. Dirclcy
was not tc lose a wife iu this way, he
therefore proposed to a female of the par
ty, .Miss Jjucuida Morrison, and was ac
cepred. A minister was summoned, who
immediately bound the twain iu the hap
py houds -f wedlock, and the party quiet
ly wended their way homeward. Stop
ping at a Wiiyside inu fjr refreshment,
they were astonished to find Miss Lank
er awaiting their coming. 'I ho bridegroom
was thunderstruck at meeting her, aud
for a time could uot move a muscle, lie
finally veutured to introduce his wife to
her. Lizzie took the matter coolly .talked
heard and made explanations, aud said,
'Let us pray'." The entire party knelt.
Miss Lanktr, with trembling voice, utter
ed the lollowiug prayer:
"Our Father, who art in Heaven, Thou
who carcst for thy children, who lovest
the fatherless, the orphan, aud the unpro
tected, have pity ou me. O give mo pow
er to bear this affliction, this deep humil
Exciting Adventures of Puss lu Boot.
a tail: f.
The youngest of a family of nous in.
hcrited only a torn cat, who, noticing his
masters sudness, spoke kindly to him, and
assured him that lie could provide plenty
for Itoth of them to cat, if his master
would give him a dress, boots, and a sack.
Puss was ""provided "with what" was
needed,, and dressed himself and went to
a rabbit warreu, wnere be arranged a
trap with his sack and some cabbage
caves. 11c bid himself behind a tree.
and iu a short time secured a fine rabbit.
Rabbits were a favorite dish with tho
kin". Pups. thereFore". ' presented him.
sell before him, raying. "My roaster, the
Marquis of Uarabas, take the liberty of
presenting to your niojcsty this fine rab
bit." The king was pleasetL and sent
his compliments to the "Marquis of
Carabas," as pusa called Lis master. -
CIIAPTEK IV. . ,
The marquis went "into bathe, when
puss hid his master's clothes, and as the
kiuii's carr'aire came along, he catted
aloud lor help, and bis majesty ordered
K , ,-. . a. . rt n -a r irlrt t hn in arfillll ' Vriih
some clothes from the royal-wardrobe.
... CHAPTER V.
Clothed in royal apparel, the marquis
was invited to ride with the king. The
route home was over an estate belonging
to an ogre and cuchauter. Puss hurried
along in advance of the royal train; and
paid his i expects to the lord of the castlo
the o;;re. - - '
Puss became friendly with the enchant
er, aud inquired if he really could change
himself into an animal. J lie ogre replied
by immediately changing himself into a
ton, at which puss was tnncb frightened.
1 CHAPTER VII. j
Puss inquired if he could change into
little animal, such as- a mouse or rat. as
he was afraid of the lion. The enchanter,
without thiiiLiiK' heeamc a rat. nnd hubs
devoured him at ouce. I
When the king drove past tho castle,
puss begged them "to euter tbe castle of
the Marquis of Caraba." The king
accepted, and was so, chai med with the
rood qualities and riches of the marquis,
that he gave . him his daughter, the
princess, in marriage.
CHAPTER IX. -"7T
Puss havlu kept his promise, was
highly honored for it, and lives the life
of a geutleman of leisure, ouly huuting
rats and mice wheu it pleased his faney.
iation ; have mercy on this new wife.
While I thank Thee, O God, for my
deliverance from such a fickle husband;
from such a pitiable creature; I would
ask Thy blessing upon his wife. Give
her grace to bear the affliction of such a
husband. Keep him from drink, aud may
he become a better man. Watch over
me, our Father, and preserve me from
ever ngaiu approaching so near to utter
ruiu. Give mo strength to return to my
home, and preserve' my sex from such
men. Hear me, aud keep tne iu thy love.
After this prayer, Lizzie, who had ap
peared to be cool, showed sigus of intcuse
excitement, and faiuted. She was watch
ed throughout the night; was kindly
cared for, but was not able, until after
two days, to return to her home. Direley
has now his fourth wife, although he is
not above thirty-five years old.
Tuk N:.w Style to Co.mk! A repor
ter of a New York paper visited Wood
hull and Chafliu at their new mansion.
"I sec" said the charming Woodhull
"you admire my dress. Let me show you
the dress I intend to wear in the streets
cf New York, and ot my banking house
on Bond street." She tripped out of the
room, Tcnnie, in the iueautime, engaging
thr rcporterVsttcntion. When he turn
ed around to ace where Mrs. Woodhull
was goue, there she stood pcfore him in
tights of dark bluo cloth reaching to the
knees and buckling over hose of light
blue silk- Her dark blue blouse fell la
the knee. Shirt front, collar and cravat
matched well with her short hair, worn
like a boy's, her blue crav eves, iusl lik
ber Bister's', and pale but perfectly heal
thy blonde complexion. The renorUir
said, after a painful pause, "Mrs. Wood
hullr if yon appear on the streets ir. that
dress the iolie-wilrret-you." Her
fair cheek flushed rosy rod. She folded
her arms and drew herself ernt v
ahoy wou't," she said.. "When I an!
ready to; make my : appearanco in thia
dress, no. police will touch me."
Nearly all the creat lakes of Main
more, than 1,000 feet above tbe tide wa
Shocking Slaughter. The Met
correspondent of the New York World
says : . ;
The truth about the two great battles '
whuh the French have been beaten, is
about as follows : The Second Corps uu-
aer ueneraia rroissard. no longer ex isU.
It was annihilated at Saarbrucken and
i orbaoh, aud the 1'irst Corps, under Mc- :
Mahou, has been driven back with fear
ful loss from IJelchshofTen, and is seek-" .
ing fcheltcr at Scverue, twenty miles iu
the rear of Strasbourg. Whcu I say that -Froissard's
corps in annihalated 1 do not
exaggerate; it is literally used up, and is a
ntnn anil tint In vrr iikArA
The two armies approached each other
to within one hundred yards, and there.
for half an hour, thev stood riourinsr
into each other the contents ef their nee- '
die guns and chassepots. The French
were so creatlv outnumbered, nnd. in'
fact, surrounded, that the battle now be
came a massacre. The Twenty. third,
Thirty-second, Sixty-sixth, and Seventy,
seventh. regiments, the Third Cbasseura-
a-Pied and two rrtrVmenta nf Tra-.nnna
- O Q-w V vw
were totally destroyed.
Efficient Agent. The Portland
papers mention irequent real estate sales
at heavy figures, negotiated by Wm. Da
vidson, Esq., Real Estate Agent and
opeciai collector oi uiaiuis. io person
has embarked in business in Portland or
elsewhere in this btato whose suocess and
efficiency have been so marked as have
Mr. Davidson's. His office on Front
street is the h ad quarters of strangers
in quest of Oregon real estate; and no
one takes more pleasure in, im parti nir in.
formation to the inquiring. In thia latter
view Mr. D. is a r public benefactor.
SaLm (Ogn.) Jllercury. ';"
A Christian was brought before a
magistrate for an unprovoked assault on
a Jew. "What -bad he done that you
should knock him down, asked the
J udge. "Done 1 why, isn't be one of the
bloody Jews that crucified our Savior?"
"But," remonstrated the magistrate, "all
that happened nearly two thousand years
ago." "Did it r Why I only heard of
it last ulght," ausweied the over-zealous
An Albany damsel asked one of her;
fellow boarders, a stylish dry goods clorki
at the breakfast table. "Why ia your,
moustache lice my hair ?" He blushingly
gave it-up, when the answer caused him ,
to blush b till more : "Because it's all;
down." -'--..-- "
41 Who's that gentleman, my little manr,
"That one with the spike-tailed coat I
"Yes," was the response." Why, he
brevet uncle of.mine " flow's that?
was asked. "Cause he is engaged to my
aunt .Mary." , . ,
On of a party of musical friends,-referring
10 au exquisite oom position, said f
"That song always carries me away when .
I hear it." "Can any one sing it aakod