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ALBANY; OREGON, SATURDAY. MARCH 251 1871.
PClSIIEDT:VIMtr SATTJRDAT T
COEE. VAIV CLEVE.
OS OBKEK OP Fr.ItST AND PtRST-BTS.
j v TERMS IN ADVANCE.
f?no Yew.... r.... Three Dollars
fMX Months....... Two Dollars
ingle Copies.. ..Ten Cents
' A-DVERTI3ING KATES.
Tra.Dsi.rut advertisements per Square of ten
lines or loss, first insertion, $2 ; each subsequent
Larger advertisemo.ts inserted on the most
.. 1 JOB WORK. t
Having received new type, stock of colored
iuks, cards, a Gordon Jobber, etc., we aro pre
pared to execute all kinds of printing in a bettor
manner and flfljrpai cent cheaper-than ever bo
fore offered iq tola city.
K. F. RUSSELL,
Attorney at Law, t
C. I. FERRY,
RUSSELL Sl PBKRYi
Real Estate Brokers & CoUecting Agents
i FECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE
2 bale of Real Estate, Real Estate Litigation,
and the O-llection of Claims.
Office, North-west corner of First and Wash
ington Streets, Portland, Ogn. feb 6-70- 6
j Ag-ents for the Register.
The fuilowiug geutleuieu are authorised to re
ceive ud receipt for subscription, advertising,
etc, for the Register : .
Ill RAM SMITH, 'Esq...
.Tulje S. H. CLATJG1IT0X.......
FETKR HUME, Esq
VT. R. KIRK. Esq -
K. E. WHEELER, Esq .....
T. U. REYNOLDS, Esq
O. P. TOMPKINS, Esq......
L. P. FISHER, Esq ......
runncri -ww voieuouut,
Corner Front and Morrison streets,
Noah - & ' Morrison, rpifetors.
Free Coach to and from the Hons. : 1
" CORNER OP ; ' k '"
Front and Washington Streets,
L. P. W. Qnimby, - . - - Proprietor.
(Late of the Western Hotel.)
.1 . QIT AT2u TIIORXTO.V,
TTORXEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW
t OrrirE Xo. Ill First street, hotween Mor
rison and Aider, opposi'.o the Occidental Hotel.
Will; practice in the Superior and Inferior
Courts if the State, and in the District and Cir
cuit Court of the United plates, giving special at
tention to the eolUvtin of b-lts in all parts of
Oregon', and to obtaining discharges iu Bank
ruptcy, wbieb. s'mce the last amendment to the
law, may be obtained 1'ri-ra all debts contracted
prior to January 1st, 1S6U. without rcjrard to the
per centase which the asset's may finally pay.
November 2B, 187i-12v3y
..Scio. : rBUIS HOUSE is the most commodious in the
i'. Salem, i JL State, newly furnished, and it will be ths
...Harrisbnrg. j endeavor of the Proprietor to make his gneste
it-ST The Concord Coach will always be font
at the landing, on the arrival of steamships or
river boats, carrying passengers and their bai
gajre to and from the boats ret of ehtrge.
JfottM mpplied icitk Patent Fir Etingniehert.
II AN NOS,
Attorneys atvd Counsellors at Law.
(Partners. for I. inn county.)
OFFICE In Tost Office Building, (up sta'rs).
Albany, Linn county, Ore.-cn. 9:fv3
L. STRUGKrVSEIER &, CO.,
31 iJMCEIAT TAI LOKS,
JL T RKCKIVED, A LARVi E AND WELL
elected stock of From-h tjuu-.i. cocsistinfi;
of Ca?iinercs, Reavers an 1 luckins. and all
mauurr of Fancy Uoods of the best quality.
Salts m tile to order.
4.5V ; . L. STlirCSMEtEa i CO.
3 A NEIN6
EPOS ITS RECEIVED SUBJECT TO
check "at jsiirht.
Interest allowed on time deposits in coin.
Exchange on Portland, an Francisco and
Nimm Xyrk for tale at lowest rates.
lndo and promptly remitted.
. Coroett, Henry railing,
:.?Ttiink'ng howy from 8 A. M. to 6 r. M
Albrtcr. February, 1371. 22v3
LOOK ULERE !
SAA FltAKClSCO STORE!
CORNER riRST AS PERRT STttEETS, '
Keeps constantly on hand a full assortment of
STOVES, PUMPS & TINWARE I
I will have for sale the celebrated
cook stove, and other leading styles.
' ' i
Also, manufacture all kinds of
Tin, Copper and Slieet-Irmt Ware,
in the best style, at lowest rates,
FOR CASH or COUNTRY PKODtTCE.
Always on hand a full supply of , .. J .
The Purest Wines and Xiqnors, "
for Medicinal purposes only.
A well selected stock of
Groceries and Crockery!
will always bo found at my establishment.
I will sell all goods iu my house, for Cash or
Produce on delivery, cheaper than ever before
offered in this market.
All kinds of repairing done, on short
notice, and eutire satisfaction warranted, at my
Store and Tin Store.
JULIUS G RAD WO III,.
Nov. 18-11 ' '
SASH, BUM) AND BOOR
FACT O II Y !
S. B. ALTXIOrSB. - WRIGHT.
J. P. JACKESSTO.
jr. - XV. JSietsUey;
TS MADE TO ORDER
ess at;d dis-
1 Jl on .-tiort n'Jii'
s-ir-Ali Kinds of Repairing Poae
Albany, Juue 11, loTO -10
59. IS. RICE, -II. I.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Alan7, - - - - - Oregon,
iFFICE OX THE SOUTH SIDE OF MAIN
Albany. April '7Q-32
j JV. S. DnBois,
CtONSTANTLY on hand aud receiving, a
largo stock ef ---
Groceries " and Provisions,
Wood aodWillow Wars, Tobacco, Cijrar?, Con
fectionery, Yankee Noti ms, 4e.," le., Wholesale
and Retail, opposite R. C, Hill A Sim's drug
tore, Albany, Oregon. ' ' ju40'70
w. j.' nttt-tmrEL.'
Kiltahiici & Co.,
I EALfiUS IX aHOCEUIE AND . i'RO
. L. visions, Wo4 aBVV mow, Ware, Confec
tlonVryv TuWsa.- Cigars-Pipes, yotion, etc.
Mai. street, ad.iniojt lU n.T""8 offi:e
Orejon. . ' ; r
DEALER INNi MAN Ul'A 3T U11E R OF
J vv -
3F TT JEX. 1ST JC'lf XJ ttJg3 S
CABINET WARE !
Firsrma5 Broad AlVin stroel
AL,T5IOU!!E & CO.,
LVOS STREET, (o THE RIVER BANK),
ALBANY, : : : OF EGOS.
KEEP ON HAND A FULL ASSORTMENT,
and are prepared to
Ixxx-nisli to Order,
Crown, I'Jcel, Band, and Section Mold
of all sizes.
WINDOW AND DGQR FRAMES 1
jtud all other kinds of
luiltl ins Material !
J3f PARTICCLAR ATTESTIOX FAID TO 'gi
ORDERS OP AXJL KINDS
in hie Hue
GEO. F. SETTLEMiER,
X RU CO- GI S T.
(Successor to D. W. Wakefield,)
Parrlsh's New Building, First Street,
J. n. BITCUBl.l,.
J. X. -I.OLl-H.
IWitChell, Dolph St Smith,
VTTORNETS a COUNSELLORS at LAW,
Solicitors in Chancery and Procters in Ad
miralty. "Office over; the old Post Office, Front
street, Portland, Oregon. , I
JAMES ' A. ; WARNER, '
Civil Iiigincer fc Swrvcj or.
Is" PREPARED TO DO PURVEYING AND
Engioesriog. . XJ-'cs iinprove l Solar Cmpas.
Orders by miil proiuptly attended to. ResMeuco
on 4th St., opposite Dr. Tate's residence, Albany
Oregon. " nI9 Cm
POWELL. . I.. PLJWIT.
Powell & Flinn,
A TT3RNEY5 A COUNSELLORS AT LAW
jfV. and Solicitors in Chancery, .
- -Flinn, Notary Public,. s
Albany, Oregon. Collections and conveyances
promply attended to. I
CEO. VT. CRAY, . ,
-roULD SOLICIT THE PAT-
W ronage of adl persons desir- jfSi
Ing ARTIFICIAL TEETH and
sfRST CLASS DENTAL opera
tions. Nitrous Oxide administered for the pain
less extraction of teeth, when desirud. Charges
Parr ;!. . Co. 's .brick block. Resi
dence, fir3t honso south of Congregational Gburcb,
frontiog on Cert House diock.
. . Albany, Oregon, July 2, 1870-43
S." '5 ' -U
BUSHELS OP OATS, for
which the higheet market price
srill be paid, is CASH, at the store of
. , ' , H. S. DU BOISE.
-Abo, Butter and Eggs, in nnlimWed quantity,
for which the highest market price will be paid in
.cash. Call and see mo.
. Albany, Ang.r 20, 1870-50
S20.00 A DAY !
TO MALE AND FEMALE AGENTS
To introduce the celebrated
STITCH ALIKE OW BOTH SIDES, and la
the only licensed shuttle sewing machine in
the United States, old for less than 40. to (
the erlebratKd Wilson feed. u.uV.lu4.4
by all to bo thd'Wt family maebine for light or
fcTT fewinjr, in tb jaarket. Outfit free. iAd-
aress, viica. riSAKHOX, Gen. Aets.,
I03tfJ , VAlbeny, Oregon
: - '.J
Are nreraredXoido MILL WORK : furnish Sha
ker Fans. Zigxag Shakers, Suction Fans, Driving
Pulleys, of any kind, at our Factory on t.yon
. . . 1 ' ' 1 u . t. !
! I ei 1-. uii mo river uiwn;, ugui;iud
ALTHOU$E & CO.
any, February 0,1869- 4
STOVE DEPOT !
'jo ii a 13 it I c; fa s,
STOVES, COOK, PARLOR & BOX.
Drugs and Medicines,
PAINTS. OILS. GLASS, ETC.
All articles warranted pure and of the best
qnality, ' r. ' -
Physicians PrcscnpUoas careluliy eompounaca.
Albany; Oct. It, 1868-etf- '
ALiOAA V BATH HOUSE.
THE UNDER3IONED WOULD RESPECT
fully inform the citisens of Albany and vi
einity that he has taken charge of this establish
ment, and, DJT nacfiug mu ,vuuiw -tr J
strict attintit I to business, expects to suit all
these who maj favor him witu. taeir patronage.
Havin heretofore carried: on notning oul
First-Class Hair Dressing- Saloons,
he kmc'i to cire entire satisfaction to all.
. Kp- Childreu and Ladios' hair neatly cut and
shampooed. JOSEPH WEBBER.-
... -. . sc, I9y2 ...
of the best pattern-
- : ' '
! AT.SU '
Tin, Slieet Iron and
Copper "XTVtaro !
snd the usual rssortmcnt of Famishing Goods t
be obtained in a
TIKT STOHE !
JC&- Stpairt neatly and promptly xtuttt. "tt
30- on rtaioaaote Term. - osr.
"Short reckonings, make long friends."
Front street Albany.
Next door to Mansfield A Co.
Establl-hed fn 1840.
' ERNEST A. ERLANDSON, ;
General Commission Merchant
and dealer In ... .
DRUGS. CHEMICALS, ESSENTIAL OILS,
DYE STUFFS, AND
BY THE PACKAGE ONLY.
Cash orders for goods of every description from
this or any Foreign Market, will receive prompt
and faithful attention.- .
Miners, manufacturers and wholesale trade tap
plied for cash.' jg&f No notice or attention paid
w uiui j wvw, iuvi, uu tKUTuiion mane
for the payment of tho samo.
aS- Consignment of Oregon Produce, Grain,
WheaU'Flour, Ac, solicited. k(
SAN IRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA.
December 31, 1879-17tf
I AS PREPARED TO DO
, ALt KISDS OF TURBilNO !
" I ke'-p on hand and make to order
.Anl ' '
S p I n i 56 fc e I .
; Shop -ear ths -. Manila .
Albany Not. 8. I8BH-I ' '
S.. B. Clantrliton,
TrtTARY PUBLIC AND REA1. ESTATE
V AGENT. Office in the Post Office bntlding,
Lebanon, ' Oregon. .
wni attend tomaVing Deeds and othereonrey.
anZ totronfpteollectlon of debU en-
truHted to my care. -
ALBAW BOOK STORE.
ESTABLISHED IS 18SG.
Tk EAIER Ilf EVERT VARIETY OF
IP Mieeellaneons Books, School Books, Blank
Books, Stationery, Ao. Books importud to erder
at short notice. ,
Albany, Oregon, December i, 1870. . ,
; , w. vtKM&'i to., :?
Having juit receiTod a Large and well selected
II A RD WAKE ,
FARMER'S & MECHANIC'S TOOLS
-: cosstsiw or,,.ic - a '
ANVILS, VICES, BELLOWS,
Hammers, il8mmere, tf ..
- - .. . ; SleJgw, Sledges,
Saws, Saws,. Saw, V'" l
; 1'lanes, 1'Ianes, Planes,
Corss-Cut anrftlill ; Saws,
Together with a large yssurtment of .
Nails, Nails," Nail, L v r s, -;
Springs Springs, Springs,
Axles, Thlmble-Skei-is, Belts, V(, Ve.
Also, a well Selected Stock "of
SPOKES. HUBS. BENT RIMS,
SHAFTS, POLES, HICKORY AXLES, ETC.,
AH of which we are now offering to the public
at low rates. ' As we make the business a spec
ialty, we can and will keep a better assortment at
lower prices than any house in this city.-.
Receivi ig and opening i large and splendid
assortment of ' : :- ;
WOOD AND WIH.OW WARS,
M'hich we offer at reduced rates. " ;
'- . yr.M. ecus k co.
In the Monteith Fire-proof Brick, First-st. ,
March 12.-70-2T . 4 : t -
LIVERY, FEED & SALE
ALB A NT,' OS BOON.
PROPRIETORS. '. "
J. ARE PREPAREDr TO?URNISH
the public witn nca turnout in tnc way
Stylish Buggies & Carriages
3ET ex s't "gl'tJo' OJac. S
On tbo most reasonable terms. . Our livery is all
new and of the latest styles, and we shall take
pride in giving our patrons as neat and reliable an
outfit as can be obtained in the StatoW
Horses boarded at reasonable rates, by the week
or month. ; Tj
Hacks and Carriages furnished for parties, Ac.
A share of public patronage ts solicited.
MONTGOMERY A. BARTGES.
Albany, December 17, 1S70-I5 ,
CITY IVX A-Xfc 151 ET,
j FIRST STREET, ALBANY, OREGON,
r. x.. HAanis. " ' ... tr ---ev a. nAiGnT.
j. Ij. n arris Si co
PROPRIETORS. Wc shall endeavor to
always keep on hand m full supply of all
Kinds of Meats !
all of which will be of the very beet quality.
The highest market pries paid for Beoves, Hogs
aud Sheep. ? s... -
Third door west of Ferry , ou son tb siJeof First
street.-. J.- L. HARRIS A CO.
Albauy. Dec. 15, 18T0-1S-; '
RATES OF TOLL
OVER. THIS-' - ; .
Willamette Valley an& Cascade
Mountain Wagsn Road
To Deschnttes Rivcr :
Four Horse or Mule team .......1. $1 50
Two " " 3 00
One " ".':'Si.'M-.,..-.- J 00
Ox teams, thiee ;cio.dnu. 4 60
For every additional yoke...-. .........
Loose horses, per bead ....
" cattle, per hcad-a..... w .....
" sheep or hogs.
Teams returning empty, half price.'
Pack animals, loaded.. .........
" ' unloaded ..in..........
Horse aud rider-M. "......
.. T .
WHEAT AUD FLAX SEED DEPOT.
GLEANING and HOISTING capacity t
w . IO.OOO Bushels per Day I 1
A share of patronage solicited. - .rr -s;i j
4'70 't i E. CARTWRIGBT.:.
2r The highest easb price paid for Wheat.
To Pish: stake :
Four horse or mule team, each wy...
Two " ' . " ...
One " : ' ,'f - , ...
Pack animals, loaded. J...?.
- unloaded. u. -
Horse and rider.. ..i..
Ox team, three yoke. .4,. .
To Upper Soda Spring; :
Four horse or mule testa, out and hack...
TWO ., " ": ". '
Horse and rider.
Ot teams the samo as horse teams.
A. HACKLEMAN. '
W. W. Pabrisw. " v ?
fieo. - .. . ' . . .
March 0. 1869- 8 - '
ELSINS & SON, ; ., r
EX.RINS & SON,!' . "
ELKINS cV SON. r. - " - : J
': '' irsoaiton, . Oregon.
. liebanon, Oregon.
NEW GOODS--SMALL VROFITS,
QUICK SALES PROMPT PAY.
CITY DRUG STORE.
A. CASOTUERS. . i i a. BALTXAHSBT.
A. CAROTBBRS ft OO.,
DRUGGISTS & APOTHECARIES,
fl (Foster's Block. First street),
ALBANY, : i OREOOX, '
nr a tens ' "
Drugs, Chemicals, Medicines,
PAINTS, OILS, DYE-STUFFS,
;-; .. - GLASS, ; ;.
French and American Caleg-nes,
CONFECTIONER Y. "
o i -.
Pure Wines & Eiqnors,
for medicinal purposes.
Pine Tobacco and Cijrars.
Ji-Sr Pbysiciau's Prescriptions and Family
Recipes compounded with care. i -
Dcccmber 31, 1870-17 ; "
X17E HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CHOICE
TT Selection of
spring and sc:.::.::n c:c3s,
Imported direct- from. BW Tork la the '
Paei&o Railroad, and ean) fr Cash or Produce,
give customers bargains equal to any firm ia Al
bany. All of our stock is bought at too
L 0 Y ZST .XiprBIOS.,
Buy of Jtr
DRY GOODS, HOOTS A "SHOES,
T. . GROCERIES,,, A
Hardware, Iroa ahd Steel,
. ! ' ALBANY PRICES.
' ALBANY , PRICES,
ALBANY PRICES. - .
Whelosal llv" JL
EGGS, B TJ.TT13 T fit C, !ETC.
' n! B.AU person, owisf Lf
"fbrward and pay tip, so est- " t8C"nU
zj 1 : i . i. ... f,. v -JNS A BON. ,
Lebanon, April 1, 70.-em30 ' i -:.
Dlscrlptlve 1.M :
CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE
STITZEL & UPTON,
Real Estate Dealers, Albany, Og-n.
CITY OK ALBANY:
block 6 Good honso.
Lots 3 and 4.
Lots 1. 2, 7. ?.
Lota 5 and 6,
Lots 5 and S,
L'.ts 1, 2 and 3,
" 2 unimproved.
" 19 Good bouse and stable.
' 2 Good house.
" ft bouse and two stables.
f Plenty of excellent fruit a desirable homestead
Lots 5 and 7,
Lots 2 and 3,
Lots 3 and 4,
Lots 3 and 4,
" 24 Good honse.
103 " " "
3 " " "
. jg .. .
' 60 unimproved cheap.
' 6 ' desirable lots.
IIS box bouse.
7 acres good timbered land, one mile from
Albany, in Benton county.
-Ten Homestead Lota, 6 acres each, J mile north
of Albany Ferry, at $120 each.
For particulars apply to
JT. C. MENDENIIALL,
Keal Estate Agent,
Office in Parrish Brick, Albany, Oregon. 40
J. C. MEN DEN II ALL,
Real Estate ard Xasnranca Agsmt,
ALBANY, ::::::: OREGON.
RENTS COLLECTED, AND TAXES PAID
for non-residents and others, making out
real estate papers, etc ,. Office Parrish brick,
CO.fTXNUKP JrOBsVra rABE. "
tion for yoar eon sin wbieh liar rmsitioa
and your own dignity demand. ' Yon are
I .1. : JT.-I . . .
wna oa caangwa id ine many years teat
bare elapsed since yoor on brief iatar.
view, tbat I tbink an ietrodaetioa will ba
necessary. ; My son, allow ms to present
to you your wile, and my beloved daugh
ter." t. . t-.,u r; ,,:
Tbere was a liglit step and tbe$ rustle
of silk behind us, and with a mighty
effort Harry Fane turned and bowed. ,
- At the same moment I turned my eyes,
and, resplendent ia full evening dress,
with jewels in her hair and on her lovely
bosom, I beheld the SiguoriDa Angela!
Dinner was announced almost imme
diately, and in a state of bewilderment
that bordered closely upon . insanity,
Harry and I followed MrL Fane and his
niece into tho "dining-room. ' The pres-eoee-of
the servauts prTejteu all cone
tersatio'n of i confidcirfat 'chsfactef" dtrr
ing dinner, but I heard enough to. con
vince me that by some mtracuions . eon
vulsion of nature, W special interposition
of Providence, Hurry Fane . had found
his '"Goreon of a wife" in the woman be
so passionately adored.
Xfefore tbo desert Mr. fane a carriage
was announced, and I gladly accepted
his invitation to go with him to the
opera, thus leaving the husband and wife
to an hour or two of quite enjoyment and
It was talked over in Lady ls box
that night, and I learned that she had
been the originator of the whole scheme,
and tbat to ber womanly tact its success
was mainly owing. During a tour that
she had made the previous year through
Spain, site bad looked up ber old friend
Mr. Fane, and spent several dajs with
him at his villa near Cadis. There she
had seen Angela, and had heard the
whole story of ber marriage and of her
husband's persistent determination not
to see her or recognize her as his wife.
Convinced from the wonderful - beauty
and attractiveness of the girl that Harry
Fane could hare no correct knowledge
or reccollection'of her, she conceived and
insisted upon carrying out the plot which
in its denouement had been productive
of such happy results. To completely
disarm suspicion, should any arise in
Harry's mind, the Italian name and
origib of the Signorina had been substi
tuted for the Spanish ; but his recollec
tion of hi wife was so imperfect, and
his prejudice against her so violent and
deep-rooted, that to associate hor for a
moment with the bright dream of loveli
ness who had wcund herself so tightly
round bis l eart had never for a moment
occured to him. V
"I can scarcely believe that I am
breathing in the nineteenth century," I
said, wben 'Xady'L. and Mr. Fane "had
finished their tale : "the story is altogeth
er too romantic for the age wo live in.
Fifty years bence 1 shall be telling it to
my grandchildren in my far-oS Western
home, and they will never believe that I
knew all the actors personally and saw
the whole drama performed under my
very eyes. .
This Arkansaw Traveler.- The
following is an extract from a letter writ-
butsubffatIj W ljw , L
Europe, and ry prz9 A
Asia and Africa. JJ4 fpr .
Six miles South of Albany, Linn Co.,
Near tlio ; Railroad.
ISOLICl T THE ATTENTION OF ALL
:' persons desirios; to purchase Fruit Trees to
call and examine my stork, which is composed of
the largest and best selection in rue ctate, con
sisting of Apples, Pears, Cherries, Plums, Prunes,
Grapes, Black Berries, Currants and Roses. . , .....
: Also, - . - -v-.-" ---.-'-I . i t !
Black and White Walnut, English Wal
nut, Hickory, Pecan, Iledbud,
Honey Locust, Hackberry,
and a number of other varieties of trees and plants
too numerous to mention, all of which are offered
at low ratts. HENRY W. BKTTLKMIRE.
December 17, 1S70-15 .
Patronize Home Manufactures !
-A-t. Portland Iricee J
HAVING GONE LARGELY INTO
the manufacture of ' ''
ALL; GRADES OF BROOMS)
I am nrenared to furnish tho Oregon sublio with
as good a broom as can be obtained on the coast.
at Portland prices.' Crders solicited. -
Address all orders to BLAIM. YOUHQ
CO., Gar oral Agents. Albany, Ore r on. . t
W. D. BELDINQ.
' Albany, PeeembaTS; 1870-13r 4 -
FITXS 9- -CHALLENGER
IIAIAES' ; HEADERS !
Mowers I Reapers
4ii',i. And all kinds ef ;.-'k c:
Agricultural Implem'ts & Machines
" .''; On hand and for sale by ,
" f '' f BLAIN, TOCNO CO., I
" May 28,70-SB f r : Albany; Ogn.
r iO THE WORKINq cIaSS.-W. are now
prepared to furnish ell classes with constant mm
pEyETnt at borne, the whole of
spare momeaUu iBasinesa new, light "d profit
able. Persons of either se can easily earn from
SOe. to $5 per evening, and a prorations! sum
by derotinr theln whole time, to. tho -
Boys and g1rUearnJarly asweb a, ca. That
all who see this notice may send their address,
and test the business, we make this wpTlMd
offer : To soch as aro not satisfied, wo will send
tl to pay fbp the trouble of writing. Full par
ticulars, a valuable sample which will do to com
mence work on, and a copy of TAs PtopU it,
srorv Cumponfois-ono of the largest and best
family newspapers published all seat free by
mail.. Reader, if you want Pe?f . I8UlW'
TO lo PER DAY. -ffa-ISSS-
who engage In oar sow businese make frost $4 to
1 per day tboirowttloealftletu. , Fall psrUo
ulars aud instructions sent free .by mail. Those
in need of piroaneoW profitable work, should ad
dress at enoe. GEORGE STIN80W' Cev-
24aa. vs..;. . v in,i t Portland, Netatv
ten from Hot Springs, Arkansas :
After throwing myself outside-of the
usual amount of wild turkey, venison and
sweet potatoes to make up a first-class
Arkansas dinner, 1 set out for a walk id
the country. While sitting upon the
lence, who sbould I see coming down the
road but the very person that I was look-
ins for since I had been in tho State of
Arkansas, vix : the celebrated "Arkan-
saw 1 reveler. " As He came, perched
upon his cart, I had ample time to take a
cood look at bis turnout, which consisted
of one ox, harnessed with every conceiv
able Sv rt of ropes and straps ia shafts to
a cart, the body of which was about as
large as a common dry coods box.
stopped him, and he told , me that his
load consisted of pork and tatera. X re
marked to him that I supposed his wag
on containing the pork would bo I along
soon, when, without ssyiog a word, ' he
raised the cloth from the banket and rc
marked that "There was three as 'fine
bogs cut up in that 'ar basket as was ever
seed." The idea to a Wabaaher of three
entire hoca in a thrce-ncck basket brinar
ing to market 1 Tho breed of bogs hero
they call the haxel splitters. I asked
him it he could play on the violin." I told
him I-did. He eyed me a moment, and
in that moment I thought that I plainly
saw bowie-knives for two. But instead,
seeing that 1 waa his friend, he merely
remarked, "that he nested I was
stranger in this country, for if he could
only play the fiddle, be could be elected
to any office he wanted. And as soon as
he said this he was invited to take ,
drink. ' . . - ;
Z In Le. county, Iowa, a ma named
Refer had a large ferocious dog, b
someyouoK au of the neighborhood de
termined to kilt He accordingly entered
tbo premises and ahot tbe dog, which
was chained eloso to the door of the
house. Mr. Rafer hearing the report of
the pistol so close at hand naturally con.
eluded burglars were about the building,
and the pistol had gone offaccidently as one
of them was making hie entrance. He
arose seised an ax. and cuietlr began , to
examine about the p reraises ia the dark.
Pretty aooo he found himself near some
body, and struck the intruder ' with all
his force. A . terrible scream followed,
and he discovered he bad stuck the ax
into the tsee and " shoulder of, bis wife,
whom be had left in bed, . hut who had
got up to look out of the window to aee
if she could catch a glimpse of the burg
lars. , The probabilities are that the in
jury will prove fatal. :"- - " -
5 ejssi as'ssasii ' n I . r,t,', Ji TZ '
.A man exoused himself for marrying,
by saying that his irieada deohured . lie
drank too much fioir a tiag;l man. '. .
ikji Exxmor VamjltU
faMS ,1mu tKskPSk mrm .A liMSfln
of Christopher Coin at has 17a 'ka4 tww
eesa,' osa olwtioas, vmiii, f
tiuetioa as : a admiral, and $m Jtf?,
Fernando, as a scholar. . Feraaaie ve a
great traveler. IXtjeei tall trtoa
America, but i
whole . of
portion ol Asia and Africa. Ale ar-p-
to bare been a prefeaaa seaoUr aaa
thoroughly good man. Inl3.wi3sW
stipulated that his library,' eaiaUiaias
twenty thoueaad -volumes, wUA 1 3
to the Cathedra-!, ef ffevilla, ubtmJi b
free to tbapepW,ndHitto tMa tray.
From books la this eollectiew, tW ! 1at
Washington Irving obtaiqed aeoaMdarai
ble portion of the informatioa on.. ulUh
hi "Life of Columbus" waa founded.
The following quaint epitaph; almost
obliterated by time, apposes on taa tablst
which marks the site of his Isaah ; f Tfhat
doth it profit to have spriafche fh wkr
world with my sweat ; to have three fawi
crossed the New World dieeoreved bvaiT
father ; to hare embellished the- saoref of !
tranquil Oaudalquiver, and. preferred ary i
simple tastes rather than rirkres. that f !
have assembled around thee the diviutaaa
from the source of Castalia, and offer , to
thee the riches gathered by- Ptolemy, if
passing in silence over ; this , atone, thos
sbouldest fail to address a cisgV -eafa
tation to my. lather's mtmorj", , AJl
SooTnisa SYRVP.Kaahe ''Cad ,
Stanton, in a lato aumber oTthe JRnoh
ft'ow, concludes a very sensible talk' about
babies as follows s j ...
If babies are reimlarlv fed. bathed and
comfortbly dressed, aad in a pure atsnos-l
phere, they will de quiet and" heauhv.
The ignorance of women on these aao-
jeets is truly lamentable. ' Wa aav aeea
hiidren a year old that oarer tssrtexr wa
ter, whea they should have U Welfa imnm
times a day from the hear of their birthr.
We have beard of fathera . who workad
hard all day complain . bitterly ol baiaa;
disturbed at night hy eryia &5tigit
hence the common use of Mrs. Wioakrw'a
soothing syrup, wbieh oaly tends to ia-
crease the irriuble condittoa of th twr
Tons system aad permanently weatas tha
braia. - '' . L.irrt-a
Young mothers no doubt imariae that
this Mrs. Wioslow is some experieaodea
humsne old lady, who loves little chihlre.
knows just how to soothe them to awet
and pilot them through all the pitfalls ai
infancy, wben, In Tact, this abominable)
syrup is compounded by some ignore
man, in whiskers, broadcloth, aad hoaCe,
who lives and fattens on his ,iU-,attoai
gains, while babies are eent by the bwji
drcds to untimely graves or made tdiota
andlsntii.for life. ' ?
Identifying a Son. A letter from
Wavcrly, Iowa, says : "Cbarlea XleCor
mack is the father of eight sons, all
now grown up to manhood. About ' fif
teen years ago, Charles, the fifth aoo,
went to the Pacific coast. ' A yean rolled
by his father's family gave hixa f' aa
lost. Last summer Charles determined
to revisit his family. He came to Wa
verly, and on inquiring found hia broth
ers, lie tola them who he waa. but ucy
could recall nothing about him thai snap
natural, ia the meantime the old gaaur
man, who lives about three pnilea; aw?yr
was sent for. He came. He doeely
scanned the new claimant upon hit paier-
nai aneetton, but he laved to reoofttme
single linament ot the features sad was
inclined to tlnnr the young 'iuaa as 13-
poster ; yet the latter Bseattoa4 -saasry
things that oeearred dar&ag l- ltlaad
days. At last the fathor rays ts$P yra
remember our oU boraef Io,'.sidi
Charley, and described jta color. 'Ui
was there anything peculiar aboisfiafr
acs. . lie never, would carry -aorsC
says Charley.' 'You are my son Charfcy,'
exclaimed the old gentleman, wtthi
eustcaios ia his vs. ! J
LITERAL AM8WXAS, "Ljd aT
ever see an elephaCs skin ?" 1
teacher of an infant elaas.SiI1 Ju v-
"I have," exelaiaaad oai. a aiacsst t.i
V Where f'f asked the ttaglcsR .j Ma
laughing.. . .. ,
Also the following dialogW f1?
s "'Hallo, there ! how do yo aelr Vena
wood ?" ' " 1 ;'
"By the cord 1 3 -
"How long hag it been eat V " 3
' "Four feet." , " '
ul mean how long hai fa" ' Ca
'jaacut it ! 1 '''' xitx ;a tad f.rw.
fci"No longer than ft to Mw-" t ,w.vd
;And a W when Patrick , aFhar -e
seea with his collar and boeorn saa. e
crimed, and iadlgnantly; aakeeT hj Ue
officer t HT:tr..M:a-Mr vn
"Patriek O'riyaB t bo 'loafiaai. . j-a
wear a shirt t "T2'
-Tweaty eigbe inohea, tAt?'" il
tjtr- '.'jC. ' ' . 'I'v.1 i -2- '.
More CoNOsrTjM.--Hhyf rr-sM
young ladies never wearfcfaw f X,.ja
It la no ugnm vt ew f.t v. .
Why is aa umbrella mt titfkw&mSk 7
Beesuse it aloaya lea- laBt,,.
. Wby do thieve lt4 a :e'br- W
life f Bee use th4j, take fcJ V i .
Why is Vour foot slika !i Bfir vi
cause theii't a eora htm.lLszifl u4 '.
Si How did Adam gd out af JatCa
was snaked out. t- 9Vf.lb t& '
t Wbeo doet the rtia bee V.f
ur witb f young lady? , WWiir i: ' ia
to patter on , her bk.':
; An exebaoga baa a a- fier . r'fj
tht thirty-thrae girls of tit r - r
class of the Taaaar FaBa C-
tV.. n. t aaw i awJ ""j
wMelS thia iaslaiatCsiaaa.-
aeeoranuahad ia not dir
. , r - T , -
r They teW of a farmer in hiZZtT. f via
waa alagyae:Mt4 tz.X
om b waykfj to Czf Sxn trzU
of hit broad-brimed bat killt4 thfi .