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THE BimM. OF BITK FAW.1IAW.
A "OAV" H-JiEIUL THE CI1IKK OK
TI1V. NEVADA B0CGH8 "AS "MFTY"
There was a grand time ow Buck
I'anshaw "lien he died, lie " a
...nKwiitsiivi- citizen. He had "kill
ed his man" not in hfa own quarrel,
it b true. h"t in the defence of a stran
L'fr bewt bv number. He had kept
n NimptttMM saloon. He had been the
proprietor of a dashing lielpmeet,
he eonld have discarded with-
nut the formality of a divorce. He
bid held a high position in tlie Fire j
Uoiartment. awl lieeu a very war- i
n ick in politics. When lie died then.'
was a great lamentation throughout
the town, but especially in the vast
liottotn stratum of society.
On the inquest it was sliown lliat
Buck ran-diaw, in the delirium of a
astint typhoid fever, bad taken ar
senic, shot himself through the body,
, ut his throat, and Jumped out of a
four-story window and broked his
neck ; and after due deliberation the
jury, sad and tearful, but with Intelli
gence nnblinded bv its sorrow, brought
fn a verdict of death "by tlie visita
tion of God." What could Hie world
do without juries?
Prodigious preparations were made
for the funeral. All the vehicles in
town were hired, and all the saloons
i.mM nut in tuoiiriiinir. all the mlinici-
iul and tire company Hags were hung ,
it half-nttst, and all the firemen or-
ilered to muster in uniform and bring
luelr machines duly draped in black.
Regretful resolutions were passed
and various committees were appoint
ed : among other-, a committee of one
was appointed to cat! on a minister
a fragile, gentle, spiritual new fledg
ling troni an Eastern theological seuii
narr, and a yet unacquainted with
the ways of (lie mines. The committee-man,
"Scotty" Briggs. made his
Being admitted to his pretence, he
sat down lietore the clergyman, placed
bis lire-hat on an unfinished luanu-
....... h uiui im i.r tlie innisier s :
nose, took from it a red silk liandker- !
elite!, wined his brow and heaved a
si.Tiiof.iisinal imnresslveness exnlana-
tnrvnf his business, lie choked and !
i ven shed tears. Uit with an effort he
mastered his voice and said, in lugu-
1 il'likltS I. 11 IPS
"Are you the duck that runs tlie
Gospel mill next door?"
Am 1 the pardou me, I believe I
do not understand ?'"
With another sigh and a half sob
Scott v rejoined :
Why, you see. we are in a bit of
I rouble, and tlie boys thought maybe
you'd give us a lift, If we'd tackle
you ; that is. if I've got the right of it
and you are the head clerk of the dox
ology works next door."."
am the shepherd In charge of the :
flock whose fold is next door."
'The spiritual adviser of the little j
coiupanv of believer whose sanctuary legiance to a tuguei powei r
adfolns these premises." More reflection.
Scott scraMied his head, reflected a "I reckon you ve stumped me again,
moment, and then said : J pud. Conld yott say it over once
"You rather liokl over me, parti. I more, and say It slow ?
reckon I can't call that hand. Ante I "Well, to simplify it somewhat,
'ml pass the buck." I was lie, pr raiher had he Ken con-
-How5 1 be your pardon. V liat , uectctl with an organization semie-ster-dkl
I IlllderstatW vou to say r" j ed from secular concerns and devoted
-Well, you've "rather got the bulge , to -elf-sacrifice ill the interests of mor-
?, nine be we've both aot alltr?"
ilis Iii'iUtp somehow. You don't
smoke me and I don't smoke you.
You see. one of the Doys nas passeo m
1,1, . I.. ks. and want to give nun a .
good send-off. and so the thing I'm on
now is to rout out somebody to jerk
out a little chin-music for us and
waltz him through luuidsouic."
-Mv friend. 1 seem to grow more
and liiore liewildered. Your observa
tions are wholly incomprehensible to
ine. Cannot yon simplify them some
wav? At first I thought perinps I
understood you, but now 1 grope.
Would it not expedite matters ii you
restricted yourself to categorical state
ments of fact unincumbered with ob
structing accumulations oi mempnor
Another pause, and more reflection.
Then Scotty said:
-I'll have to pass. I judge.'
"You've raised me out. pard.
-I still fail to catch j our meaning."
"Why. that last lead of vonra is too
many for me that's the idea, I can't
neither trump nor follow suit."
iiio clergyman sank back in his
chair perplexed. Scotty leaned, his
head on his bind, and gave himself np
to reflection. Presently his lace came
up. sorrowful and confident.
"I've got it now. so's you can savy,'
said he. "What we want is a gosiiel-
"Oh. Why did you not say so be
fore'' I am a clergyman a parson."
"Now you talk! You see my
blind, and straddle it use a man. rui
it there!" extending a brawny paw.
which closed orer tlm minister's small
hand ami give It a shake indicative ot
fraternal sympathy and fervent grati
fication.. ., , , , , T
-Now we're all right pard. Let's
start fresh. Don't yon mind me smif
llinga little, becuz we're In a Kwer
oftrouh. You see one of the boys
has goue up the flume"
'I'p the flume throw d up the
sponge, you know."
"Thrown up tlie sponge?"
"Yes kicked tlie bucket .
"All-has departed to tliat mysteri
ous country from whose bourne no
Return? Well, I reckon not. Why,
pard. lie's fe?."
oh. vou oor
maybeyou might begetting Jangled
out more. Yes, you sec Tie's dead
Aytint Why, has he ever been
deadtelbre? ' sDo you reckon
a man lias got as nny lives as a cat?
StaTyou bft, he's awful dead now,
uooV oW boy, and I vrte I'd never
frleial than Bik 1swua. I know
liim by tlie back ; and irbeo I know a
I man like him I freeie to liim yoii
i hear .. Take him ail around, pard,
there never was n burner man
iii iii-s. So man ever kiiowco wick
1 . I II.. I.
I'aiishaw to go Iwck on a friend. But
it's all up. you know ; it's all up. It
ain't no use. They've seooiied him !"'
"Scooped him ?"
"Ye9 death h.w. Well. Well, well,
we've got to give him up. Yes, in
deed. It's a kind of hard world, after
all, ain't it f But. inl. he was a rust- '
J v.. o,,l,t t.L l.i.n mt stjirt.-d
ler. You ought to see him get started
once. He was a bijlly boy with n
glass eye! Just spit in his face ami
give him room according to his
strength, and it was just beautiful to
ice Mn jieel and go In. He was the
worst sou of a thief tlwit ever dr.iw'd
Paul, he was on It. He was
on it bigger than an Injun ."'
"cm n .- vmwnai
the shoot. On the shoulder.
(In the light. ruderstmdl' m didn't
give a continental for off-body . fffg
your pinion, friend, for coming so
near saying a cuss-word bat you see
I'm on an awful strain in this palaver,
on nccottut Of having to cram down
and draw everything so mild. But
we've got to give him lip. There
ain't any getting around that. I don't
reckon. Sow, if we can't get you to
help plant him "
IVe.it h the funeral discourse? As
sist at the obseuuie ?"
"ObsVpile is good. Yes, That's
It; that's our little Tame. We arc
going to get up the thing regardless,
von know. He was always nilly him
self, and so you !et you hi funeral
ain't soinir to Is' no slouch : solid sil-
er door plate on hi coffin, Ms plumes
on the licarse, and a nigger on the box
with a Hied shirt and a plug bat
how's that for hisrh:' And we II tnki
care of you, paid. We'll fix yon all
ri"ht. There will beakerrloge for
md w hatever you want you just
'scane out and w e II tend to it. V c ve
got a shebang fixed up for you to
stand behind in No. 1's bouse, and
don't you be afraid, .lust go in ami
toot your horn, if you don't sell a
clam.' Put Buck through as bully na
vou can. paid, for anybody that
kuow'd him will tell you that be was
one of the whitest men that was ever
in the mines. You can't draw it too
sr.ro h.. no l ccr v.
tnild stand it to
see things going wrong. He's done
more to make tills
tlian any man in it
I ve seen bun
In eleven minutes,
mysett If a thing wanted regulating,
he" warn't a man to go browsing
around after somebody to do it. but he
would pranee In and regulate it him
self. He warn't a Catholic: but it
didn't make no difference about that
when it came down to what a man's
ri'dit was and so. when some roughs
lumped the Catholic bone yard and
siarleil ill lo stake out iomi iot m ,
eta I And lie cleaned
was there aim seen it
was very well, indeed at
least the impulse was wnetner tne
act was strictly defensible or not.
Had deceased any religious convic
tions? That is to say. did he feel a
dependence upon or acknow ledge ai-
"All down but nine set 'em up on i ,
the other alley, pard.
What did I nmlerstand you to,
Why. you're most too many for
me. von know. Winn you get in
with your left, 1 1 1 grassevery time.
Every time you draw vou fill : but 1
don't seem to have any luck. Let's
have a new deal."
-How? Begin again?''
"That'-s it." '
Very well. Was he a good man,
"There I see that: don't put up
another chip tUtllooR til my hand.
A good man, says you? Pard, it ain't
no name for it.' lie Was the best man
that ever pard. you would have doted
on that man. He could lam any
galoot of his inches in America. It
was him that put down the riot last
election before it got a start; and
everybody said that he was the only
man (hat could have done it. He
waltzed in with a trumpet in one Iinnd
and a spanner m the other, sent tour
teen men home on a shutter in less
than three minutes. He had that riot
:dl broke up and prevented nice liefore
anybody ever got a chance to strike a
blow. He was always for peace, and
lie would hnn peace be could not
stand disturbances. Pard, lie was a
great loss to the town. It would
please the lmys if you could chip In
something alrtut that and do him Jus
tice. Here once, like w hen the Micks
got to throwing stones through tlie
Methodis' Sunday School windows,
Iiuck Kanshaw, ail of his own notion,
shut up his saloon and took a couple
of six-shooters and mounted guard
over the Sunday School. Bays he.
"No Iridi need apply!" Audrey
didn't. He was the hnlllest man hi
the mountains, imrd : he could run
faster, iumii htehe.r, hit liarder. and
hold more tangle-foot whisky without
spilling than any man hi seventeen
counties. Put that in, pard; itli
please thelxiys more than anything
you could say. And yon can say,
pan!) that believer shook his mother."
-, ever shook ms motner.
"Tliat 's It any of the boy will tell
"Well, hut why nhnvht he shake
"That's what I say but some peo
"Xot people of any repute?"
"Well, sonic that average pretty so
so." "In mv opinion a man that would
offer iicrsoual violence to bis mother
Cheese It. pard; you've lianked
your ball clean outside the string.
Wleit I was a drlvin' at was that lie
never tJtrowni eon his mother don't
yon see? No, Indeed. He gave her a
'hou-e to live in, and town lot, and
plenty of money ; and lie looked after
her and fc care of her all tlie time ;
ami wbeu abe was down with the
small pox, I m damned IfMVhln tset
up nights and miss her himself : Vv
your pardon for saying It, but It hop
ped out to quick tor yours tnuy.
You've treated me like a gentleman,
and I ain't tlie man to hurt your feeling-:
intentional. I think you're
white. 1 (hlnk you're a square man.
pnrd. I like you. and Til lick any
man that don't. I'll lick him till he
can't tell himself troni a last year s i
corpse ! Put it there !" Another ft
i..,.,,.,i l, Kh!.t..ni..l piit 1 ,
tcrual Imudsliake and exit.l
The obsequies were all that "the
: boys" could desire. Sucii a marvel of
funeral pomp luid never been seen in
Virginia. The plumed hearse, the
1 dirge-breathing brass bauds, tin- cloned
, marts of business, the flags drooping
at half-mast, the long plodding pro
cession of uniformed secret societies.
military liaUllionsand lire companies.
I draped engines, carriages of officials
and citizens in vehicle and on foot,
attracted multitudes of spectators lo
tin' sidewalk, roofs and windows; and,
for years afterward, the degree of
grandeur attained by any civic display
' in Virginia was determined by com
parisou With Buck Eansliaw'a funeral.
j Sam OAI.1.0WAV. Sam Calloway,
who died 111 CoIuiiiI.ik Ohio, a few
'days ago, was one of the most effect-
Ive public speakers in tlie West. His
i force was in the face-makings, of
: which he was almost as perfect as
Tom Corwln. He would get in lore
1 an audience, and make what would
read like a very plain speech to those
w ho had not witnessed the facial em
; pba-is with which it wa Interspersed
during its delivery but lie could hold
a crowd for bonis and keep it in con
; vnlslone of laughter, not by what he
i said so much as by the way be look
ed in-t after he had said it. There
were those who thought lie merely
imitated Tom Corwln, .nut he was not
an imitator ol auybwly. lie had a
very comely eouiitcnanee to begin
with as had Corwln also and he had
a wonderful faculty for twisting it in
to shapes to suit the tenor of his
Speech. It used to be said of him lh.it
be could make a first rate speech with
out uttering a syllable ; and it was a
habit of him to go through with a few
facial contortions before proceeding
with his discourse.
Jlr. Greeley considers the present
month the best time for grafting hak-
ed-bean tiws and sponging celery
vines. The pork crop should be trans
planted from the hot-beds a early as
(he 20tll, or the ears will not fill out
I well, and the cureulio will devour the
I fruit as fast as it falls from the limbs.
Lettuce should be planted about tour
seeds in a hill, on land plowed at leasl
six feet deep with a sub-soil plow, and
poles should be set for the vines to
run up on. The heads should not be
shaken from the branches, hut picked
j by hand. Suckers should be pinched'
lo'tf licet bushes, and the dried-apple
crop sown in drills with sanerkmnt
j planted between the rows.
A visitor to tlie Tinted States
Supreme Court writes: "Facing
tlie door you enter, on a raised plat
form in silken robes sit the nine
jndges-4tlppo8ed to lie tlie most Ured with tlicm. they are wlueil
dignified tribunal in Amorica 1 friends, llut they are not often iu
ftave no doubt it is notwithstanding vited--becanse nobody thinks of it.
I have seen one of the judges eat Can society afford to do without such
i -.t J!i. -women as these? And tiwtrcase is
anapp'e will, great gusto while v,,,ltmimi. it u true that there
seated on the lajncli, and another
liartakc ot'inolasses candy, and after
the repast lickeadi of his ten fin-;
'ers with isTreat f atifcf action."
.... , 7i .1 ,n,i
The Jews in Maryland are demand-
Ing a change in ine umrnnge "
that commonwealth, and well they '
mnv. As they stand at .present, the
controct is valid only when solemnized
by a "minister of tlie Gospel, ordained
according to the rites and ceremonies
of iii; or her church, or in such man
ner as it is used and practiced by the I
. . 1.. ....II. ..I ltulf.u '
society Ol die )ciiin: uimcu v'""""'
This places the .lews outside the pale
of matrimony, and they have to set
out on their wedding trips before the
ceremony is performed and have it
done on the road beyond lhe limits of
An Irishman had been sick for a
loienimc. and while in this state would
neenslonallv cease breathing, and life
he anmrentlv eMlncf for some time,
w hen he would again come to. ( in
one of these occasions, when awakened
from his sleep. Patrick asked: "An'
how'll we know. Jemmy, when you're
dead? You're after waking up ivery
....... ..I...!....- ion -i (flits of ITO''.
and say to me' Wi till yew. Jemmy!
an' if 1 don t raise up ami urinK, nun
" ' 1:
Pkomit KEsroNSE. At a jiulille 1 init the lutrodnctton 01 all worthy to self-adjusting India rubber conscience,
"tea party, " recently held in one of bike a place in it ; a society where, at i enabling the owner to go back on hiin
our country towns, where sentiments J least tor those not native to it. the golf on the tariff question for campaign
were in order, a timid bachelor Wits qualifications shnll he reflnement and i purposes. To John M. Palmer, of
iw.i.t AMMttb tn remind the ladies that 1 lntelliffuhce. Some are in who ought i Illinois, for a double wider rotary-
lean vcar was upon them, by offering
. IV.. . 1
Three long, dreary years I liave waited
Xow if you will jxip the question 1 11
surely say yes.
To whieh a lady promptly re
sponded as follows:
ri. ,,imi iilioiit eoimiffe to do his
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.liay UOlll- own .is,..s, -.S.
Wool-Browing is last becoming
an important branch of industW in
Idaho, so much so, tnattnc erection
of a woolen tactory is an imperative
and 7,000 lambs in oi.e band.
Greelv says that lolistcrs will be
very scarce this year, the long and
severe winter having killed tlio
A Florida nero ato two hishels
of dricil apples on a bet, refreshed
himself at the town pump, and
In Ohio, if property waa equally
divided, every man, woman and
child would possess over $1,000.
"I'M in Tm Khari."
Tlie distance lietween my
post and Snuta re was over .100 miles.
and to facilitate matirs 1 was ordered i
to survey a new and shorter route
cutting off about 70 miles. A com
pany, numbering 80 men. was detailed
for the purpose ; and as the course led
partly through a wooded region, a con
siderable squad was required to act a ,
""' , 1 , ' .; ,.( ' . ' the coin
aiid-tau tenters atvomjiamed the com
I' tree or lour liveiv inacn-
..,..,.1 ..fti.nlliiiriui Mule annwmentbv
their aclivitv in snapping up unwary
ironhers, rat's, mice d other vermin.
, l. iu..hmi1v luutiw. ;
ed us with their presence, claiming to
be "Good Indian, me." were csces- I
siwlv nleased at those performances,
, ,i,,l odionasion. one stalwart fel-i
who spoke a few words of English said
V ,'i,tni,li liean food d02." I
Yes." I replied; '-they are good
( ut urn ear, cut
'lungood dog?" ,
('eitainlv ; 'tis because their ears
and tails are trimmed that they get
..mil so liveiv."
"Aough ! nie got good dog ; cut 'tun
! tail r
"Yes : brim
tiv.'.i for villi.'
; your dog, I'll have him
Next ilav. inv Xavajo friend ap
' pearetl with n small, black, Indian tice.
'siMirlinga long tail, and ears to cor;
! respond. Unrolling this precious
onnilnincd from us lilanket. lie sigm-
; tied a desire t
have the job'doue with-1
elav: so I called two men, and :
,.,'. I'.oM il. ilo.r whild the other!
docked his tail with an ax. lliis did
not snii fedskln, who refused to trust
bis favorite to the tender mercies of a j
savage white man, and preferred to i
perforin the operation himself. 1 there- j
fore ordered one of tlie men to hold1
'; the dog's tail over a convenient log.
; while the other held his bead and fore j
paws. All being ready, the Indian i
sei.ed an ax but instead' of using it as
any other person would hove done, be
swung the blade high over his head
will) both hands, as if the object to he j
separated required his whole strength,
.lust then the soldier who held the tail
gave a sudden pull, while the one at
I at the head gave a corresponding
push, Down came the keen weapon.
dividing the unfortunate "purp" just j
j forward of (he hind quarters, tatlie ill- j
! finite disgust ol the Indian, who pick- j
i d up the disjointed halves, threw his
blanket over hto shoulders, with In
describable dignity, and exclaimed 111
guttural accents: "Ugli! 11 u
i D n ! Cut 'mil tOO short."
The ItKiiiTs of Some Wojies.
We have in mind two among the most
agreeable women we ever met, Isitn I
in manners and general cultivation,
who are tilted personally to adorn any ;
drawing room, and who can converse j
Intelligently oil any subject which I
inav ue broached there, but who are
not' in general society, in the town
w here they live, simply becatMC one ;
of them is ii dress maker and the Other j
a milliner, isoin uevote iiieircvun- t;. uoes ll nring on inner uisciKtesr
Ings to reading and study ; they trav- a. More than forty kinds of dis
ci, theV hear the best music, and are j eases are brought on by the use of al-
famlliar with the best thoughts ol the
.1 1 ,1... ,..- ,,-lw, vel 1 1 1
are scores of young girls in our -hop
whose breeding and w hole appearance
are very questionable, and who could
j not be received, at present, into p
I society. But do we hold out any
dncemcnts to them to cultivate tb
, )o t, m t,,at ,.,
their position w ho have become re- j and strong, the chief objection to them
fined and intelligent arc any better befog that no ordinary fence stops
off, socially, than themselves? Nay. : them for a moment, and that they love
may not they seem rather Worse off, I the water so much that, they swim and
as having lost a taste for one kind of sport in it even when it is full of float
society, and failed to obtain admission I j,rr h, We have heard of a cow and
to another? calf whose love for athletic exercise
lilt it may lie answered we nave
ell sociable- for these very people,
we have ; and most of them are
very poor affairs indeed. Would it
do yon much good, if you were a shop
giri. (o go once a month to tea, at a
church parlor, and lie w aited on with
condescendimr assiduity by MrsJones
who never speaks to you in the shop
.except to give an order? Or do you
1 even care much for her kinder and
' more thoughtful neighbor, whom you
always like to serve, because ol her tlotied above. It is much larger man
gentle ways, when she urges yon to any hnlt'alo robe which he ever saw be
come to the ie sociables and "get ac-1 fore, was covered with a mat of soft,
nuahited," and never would tliink of curly, brown hair, there being none of
askin" you to her house for that pur- j the long, shaggy hair ordinarily seen.
nose, no matter how unexceptionable ;
. your bnglish and yourdrtwi?
(inr rule is not so revolutionary as
it seems. We (?o believe in an ar -
ranm'ment of society wiilch shall per-
j to lie out. no doubt ; but this cannot
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lie lieijfti. iv 19 lui in,-.; ,. 'I. ,'..
and oii'dit lo bo in that we now speak,
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"IWHm 'Hf OiKWJ, in Milium
The following is a copy of a novel
pledge said to nave been extensively
slfrnnll hv tiioinlters of tlie XeW York
. i. ,., i ... x.ive viwb
.1.S! ,ml dm ft-at.h.irllin
i 1, VP. r i i
ffmn-tiiir evi of iiitetiiruMiiiiee. a id e-
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i tlanvtore, with a view
ot exterminating tne evu m a pracri-
cai way. we newer pieogepnrjewes i"
, anv vvWcIl oth(.,v for.
. Tliis hits the null square on the
head, for many a young man has left
a party of friends, feeling a little boozy
Iieeause he iu'eepted im invitation to
drhik at tlie expense of a friend, and a
fear of not being sociahle or polite in
duced him to tn kc perliaps his first "one
glass too much" that wouldn't have
been taken had he been alone.
A copy of this pledge Is a? good as a
llrsl -class temperance lecture.
Water may drown tlie body. t but
wine, can not drown sorrows. There
are ghosfji which will not drown at
the bidding of wipe.
The Sew Tnnpfnwe CntreUfeitu.
BV Jl'UA COUiAK.
Q. Does tlie use ofalcoliollc liquors
A. Those who use them arc more
likely to lie sick than others, and they
are harder to cure when they are sick. )
Q. Does it prevent death?
A. In England, it has been found I
that fh've who use Donors die oil
three times as last as tlie total abstain-
Q. Do tln-y dieof drenkeiuiess?
A. Sometimes they do; but more
IVfMii.'i f!e t!iev ilip of nflier diseases
brought on by tlie w of alcohol.
i). DiH's not the u;e of alcohol pre-
vent the spread of contagious diseases?
A. It does not. Men HMlk
.are more likely than others to take
i t 1... 11 ... .. ... .I!.. ..'III. ll. .in
MR! OIM'.lM-, flllll III VOU llll liutu,
). Why to tills?
A. They exhaust the strength, so
mat (ii-ease can noi ne ruNswi,
Q. (live an example?
A. When the cholera passes
through any country, it attacks first
tlie people w ho drink, and sometimes
no ol her
Q. Is it necessary to use alcohol to
cure disease ?
A. Every disease is better cured
without alcohol than with it.
(J. Has It been tried?
A. It has been tried repeatedly.
In the Glasgow Hospital, Scotland, in
six hundred eases, the less alcohol
thev used, the sooner the patients got
well. Two hundred children treated
wun aiconoi twelve men.
Q. Donor iieople sometimes get
well alter taking u.'
A. They do, just as they get w ell
alter taking other poisons; but that
does not prove that it does them any
' i). Do we know that alcohol kills
A. We have frequent and certain
proof of that: and we are told that
alcohol kills 60,000 persona in this
country every year.
(. How many i that in a diy?
A. One hundred and ixty-four hi
a day, or about one in every ten min
Q, I low does
who use it ':
A. It poisons
leohol hurt those
the blood. It kills
and tills the blood
with dead matter.
Q. How does it affect the liver?
A. Tlie liver is overworked in try
ing to dense the blood, and this brings
Oil livei complaint.
Q. How does it affect the heart ?
A. The action of the heart is hur
ried and deranged by the effort to get
rid of the poison.
Q. I iocs it came other heart dls-
A. It sometimes tills the heart ,
ir li tlie little fatty particles of dead
matter, so that it stops work, and the !
mni, drops down dead suddenly.
q. pries it kill men suddenly in j
other ways f
A. It causes that sudden rush of
!,i(H)il to f lie head called apoplexy.
which kills so many people.
Q. Have these diseases done much
A. More than any plague or jssti
lence which ever visited our eulferiug
I IlAW-BliEEP IU itai.oks. The
Ain Francisco Port says i Some ex
periuients have been tried crossing the
buffaloes with domestic rattle, and the
result is highly satisfactory, a breed of
animals being produced which retains
many of the invaluable properties of
both breeds. The animals are large
was such that they would mmp lroni a
bank ten feet huh into deep water.
when there was an easy iatli close at
hand. These personal peculiarities are
drawbacks to the introduction of buf
falo blood into the veins of family iets;
hut, on the other hand, when cared lor.
these animals make most delicious beef,
and their hides, when soft-tanned, are
as much superior to the buffalo robe of
commerce as wool is to shoddy. Tlie
writer saw the pelt of tlie cow men-
I lie pi. j.oiiis iWH'ivrui enj'vi
u mms the patents which we exisrt
! oon toscoissuodarcthefollowiug: To j
Horace Crcclev. of .New- l ork, lor a
mentioned bhinderbius, loaded in the
i it l .i: ...I..........1 ..I K.,il, ..,:.L
1 1 1 1 M 1 1 1 1 .oi, I iiinv,ioimi , '",. . n,.-,
and in opposite directions ; n cful in
, .i .!
Iiearhiiiiting to protect lhe hunter s
Irear while tlie game Is attacked, from
i the front."'
A Siin Francisco pair recently con
cluded to clone, and chartered a tu'
. . .. . ,
and a clergyman, Inteiiiliiijrto ne mane
one on the 'bosom of the IacihY. Vn-
"ur ". "" " V , :. .
or uiiate y, tliat nemyoi wiuei
: ' . ....... 1.1 .
us name, aim wnen ine.wonni-oc
us name, aim wiieo un,"' - ft--
, -.sasked whether his iiiteutions w,;re
fiirsiiialrv reasons, were deliv-
; ,.m0Vcr the ship's side. The aboiit-tc-
...,.. tIl '.mnnv was eonoli
, t nf tie prtrtv from rerr weakness
i wer), fi)reetl to g,; tlirough tlie service
on their knee-
Jarrying a women for beauty
is like eating a nightingale for
The nomination of Groeley and
Brown has created no enthusiasm.
()roiihrWfofIowa ta ndw un
MONEY CAN NOT HI Y IT,
FOR SIGHT IS PRICELESS!
. orrm A stm T0 THK
yy ,,awic wuli is prmioa"xl by, J,,c
I KHt oulotimte I opUeiW Sfii,5",rlv !"
totlie liiiiinin eye ever known, iim biv
ifrouatfttnUerimroww ortiwrvttMMif ""
own iiiuiiiifuelovv, in Sew llnven, anil lire
so eonstnuieit Hint the core or water t
the lens eotnes diroetlj' in fmnt ol the eye,
VUBXB AM MUTUiff vnHHt,
Asln the naftiroU healthy stelt,and pre
venting all iiiiplehmtinl sensations, men
Kllmmerliifc met wavrrliut or stlif, dtal
ness. ere, peculiar to nil others hi use.
The se glasses are niiniut'iietiii-eil from mi
nute crystal iiehliles Ited toatother, and
derive i'liclrnaiiie,"lilninonil,"oii neeouni
of Uielr hariliiessattti briilianey. Thcyiive
luuiinted In Hie. Hues! manner, nt our own
niiiuuiiieiorv, in nil styles of gold, sliver,
steel, ruhlier. mid shell finines, of lhe best
1 quality. heir durability out not be ur
I uasxe'i, and their lini-h is such as will will
I the iiio.si ftisttdlons. None genuine unless
lunrinour tnide-nmrk, o stamped on
I everv fliune.
I For sale by the principal opticians and
lewolers, tlumiiflioiit the coniltry. Mnnu
(ucinred livj.E. Spencer & (V.,.iirnetlinl
, opticians, New York. For sale only by
I Dealei's in watches, clocks, Jewelry, silver
wan', etc., Albany, Oregon.
Entered according to act of consiress, in
tlm yeni' lHSft, by J E. Spencer ft Co,, In lhe
clerk's oftlec of the Ulstrlot Court at Iho
Imlted s.iaie.s, for the Sonluoni District ol
New York. Si'va
SASH. BLIND. AND DOOIl
j rSmrtti ir
1' -tV C rr O It .
ALTIIOI SK Si tO.,
I.yon Street, on the Itivi-r Hunk,
Keep on hand a full assortment, and are
K'ltNlslI TO ORDER,
Doon, ukSi, Blinds, and
Biii li ns
t'HtMVX, PAXKI., ISAM) A MXTKIX
Of all sizes.
WIXDOW AXI IKHHi FRAME
All otlierkiiiiKoriliiiHllJisM itertnl.
AtSO: PRKPAUKT) TO DO Mil.!,
t work, mrnlsb slinker fans, alajiaic
shakers, Htietlon fans, driving pnlleys Of
any kind, ol oor fnotorj' on Lyon street on
the river limnk), next Imlow Markhum's
wiiivlmnse. AtTHOt'SE A 0o.
Albany, Feb. 10, 18H8-11
JAMES L. COWAN,
(Successor of A. Cowan A Co.)
WIIX KEEP AIA AYS OJt HAND A
full stock of
BOOTS & SIK IKS,
i all for sale nt the Lowest 1'ilees for fa ah
I or J'ruil H rr. ...
, E-ir All jyiNons owlnjf A. Cowan GO.,
enn settle lv rallina: Ol! me nt l.e'iiinoa.
! 2, ' JAMKS h. COWAN.
New Burlier Shop.
OTE THIS : HAJ.E BACKES8TO nas
iinnieil ii new llarin'r f nop on rirei
Btreut, til KM ilnors west ol ( .miner liniiK,
where lie will lie plensef 10 see all persons
nee lini; his services.
rthavhw, liHir-MUIiiu, almmroohu. etc.,
aone hi the most sal isiiieiory manner.
aiihu', fehruao' lii-iiv
Ercry Man his own Physician
rplIE lmmenw dfrnud for H0IX0WAVB
1 riILS and OINTMENT Uu tmpted
unprinfipled parties tooounterfoit theM Tio-
nine HottOWAT'i rwm oa wram n
1 i.nvcttiintrediiwiirkimtt; nonsmegoanlM
N. Y. Caet Co., Sols Proprietors,
CASE tmifillAJI, "
SOU Sole Atfentfrtir the faetfto tloiwt. 1