Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The state rights democrat. (Albany, Or.) 1865-1900 | View This Issue
KJ A. AS. AtXVAXX X K A AJUA V Vii X
8 TATE RICHTS DEMOCRAT.
TEE BEST ADVERTISING1 MEDIUM
IN TEE WILLAMETTE YALLIT.
Spools! business notices in Ixeal wet
'inns 1ft cents per line. Regular Lees
notices 10 cents per line.
or togal and transient advertisements
B per quare for the first insertion ,aad
Si seats per f jusre for each snbeeqaent
ISSUED EVERY FRIDAY
STITES & NUTTINO.
USIJKSSOFKIC K-l ttwwMl BaUldlnaou
TERMS Of SUBSCIUFTIOK
J - May. nar rear. In dnw.. WW
3!ffa"?. f VOL. XIX.
ALBANY, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1884.
Hairs for olhr
nown on application.
STAT V. KlliHTS llM.Ml II :K AT
U rUVH. O. CHAMMRUW.
FLINN 4 CHAMBERLAIN,
ATTARHGYS AT LAW, ranted to give satisfaction. Will work
ITIUKiims A '''Lnydun kinds of stone, but (Teal prin
TOffloe In Foster's Brick Block.
R. S. ST RAH AN.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
IN ALL THE
special attention to colleeUons and pro!
cooibi or ui m. ."?"
matter. , ,
Office In Poster's new brick.
L. H. MONTANYB.
Offloe upstairs, over John Brisnrstore,
J K. WEATHEEFORD,
. TTARNEY AT LAW,
1111 PRACTICE 111 I ALL TIIK .COURTS I0FT
fl BUIt HpS1lXI yi.QM w
garomem In Odd Wnsws Temple.
W. R. B1LTBO
POWELL & BILYEU,
irrrvc AH' T A W
.TTORNEYS Al J- A W ,
knA Solicitors in Chancery
at n't iV OBBQOli.
CollecHon; promptly noade on allpoinU.
Loans negotiated on reasonable terms.
ngTOffice in Foster's Brick.-nn
J. J. WHITNEY,
attorney And Counsellor It Laf
Will practice in all of the
tots State. All business intrusted to blm
will be promptly attended to.
aarOfflce in OToole's Block.
E. W. LANCDON & CO.,
Books. Stationery and Toilet Articles, A
Large Stock and Low Prices.
CITT IDRTJCa- STORE,
tyi auturr. oaxo.
FOSHAY & MASON,
-VMUUU ASS KMT kilt
ALB AMY, OREGOM.
Csrae. STrrt ausd BMswertn Albsny . OrrSo..
Cha Pfeiffer, Prop'r.
Thia sew HoU! Is ntied up In css styls.
-4th th. W the market affords. Spring
SeSTtaerery Room. A rood Saaapaa Booan tor
T. J. STITES.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
hi States Rights vkmov
BUS. I W. & MARY T. COLE.
Physicans & Surgeons.
ALBANY, ORE CON.
Offer tbeir professional service to ihs dttsen of
Ltas sad adjacent eoootks. OfBee and rmndiace
Aloany Bath House.
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECT
folly laferm the eitiseas of Albsny and ri
laity that I havetken charge of this Estsbhsh
eat, sad, by keeping olsan rooms and psyin
itrlet attsotion to bnsineM, expecU to suit al
those who may faor us witb their patronsge
Bariag hsrstefors carried on nothing bat
First-CI ass Hair Dressing Saloons
expects to giT entire satisfaction to si
jsycrUdien snd Ladies' Hair neatly ea
Tbamponed JOS WEBBEB.
RED CROWN MILLS.
ISOM, LANSIRG & CO., PROPR'S.
SKW PBOCKSS FLOUR SUPERIOR FOR FAMILIES
AND BAKEjIS CUE.
BEST STORAGF FACILITIES.
Highest '.Price in Cash for
PHENIX INSURANCE COMPANY OF
BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Assets, Dec. 1882. 3,295,32
Premium income 2 607,139
Safe, reliable and quick to pay in case of
San Francisco, Gal.
Published, every Saturday
II arrfsburg Oregon,
. T 33. -A. I IN" Editor A Proprietor.
STONE AND 1MARBLE WORKS.
THK .UNDKBSIQNKD WISHES TO
Inform the public that he Is new pre
pared to ao an sinus or stone and mar Die
work on anon notice, au work is wr-
cipally in Oregon City granite. Cleaning,
reoairiuir ami iv.scuiiik a specialty, uu
and examine my prices before purehas
ins elsewhere Ml will not be undersold.
nnopou west aioe 01 f erry street oppo
site post omoe.
u. w. u&KKia, rrop.
T.IVSBT PEBI1 IMn SiT.R SflRT.K
Horses kept on reasonable terms.
Horses and buggies let to suit the times.
Corner Second and El lswortn streets.
liH K1Q AND JIOVI.1U
L AMOS, orgsuN and furniture
a specialty. All uaultna within
the city promptly attended to.
Shaving done with neatness and sharp
rMOrB whloh re always Kept 111
condition, and hair cut In the very best
la-ays ksot In boou
SAX wa vim.
I AUMBRY AND CHINA HERi HAMMMJ Hi SI
underclothes, aotd at boltotu prtcea.
gaTXext to Citv Bank.
Best washing and Ironing in the city.
No. 11, Ellsworth Street. One door south
of Bevere House.
NEW BARBER SHOP.
M. JACKSON - - Proprietor.
Opposite Revere House
Shaving and hair dressing done in first-
class sty;e. First-class bttn rooms.
I lath for ladies snd gentlemen all hours.
83 A mm COMBINATION '84.
STATE RIGHTS DEMOCRAT
AND THE LOUISVILLE
One year tor only S3.S0. Two papres tor llttic nwf
USB me 'nee oi 0110.
Br eaSSj us SLMjon will nxrelru tor emm yssr
yoar how. fmpmr with Um -Vjrr J ounm, J"
rwraenutitt newspaper at ths 8oU, lnaor1
for s tariff tor revenue only, and tha oeat.brtgh-
land ableat family weekly HIM tws
Mw ho desire to exsmine sample eopf of tbs
arier Journal" can do so al Oils offies.
W. H. GOLTRA
WAGONS, HACKS. BUC-
WEI&HTS, PULLEYS AND COPS.
"County dealers are respectfully invit
ed to call and examine our stock, note
our prices and favorable terms.
Send for Price List.
WILSON & BROTHER.
and Retail Dealers,
18, 20, 22. DrummSt., San Francisco , Oal
SC10 BUSINESS DIRECTORY.
MONTGOMERY & DILLY,
TeEALERS IN CLOCKS AND WAiyn-
ma xr. a full Una of IpwelrV.
Watches and clocks repaired in first-class
W, Jll. MORROW,
viTvn tv firrnvFS. TINWARE.
unus-isv s-rv m-m
copper and sheet iron ware, crocnery,
table cutlery, etc., etc.
BRIDCEFORD & BEARD.
TTTW.P A TrTTI.T, LINE OP PURE
fV groceries, fresh candies, nuts, and
all kiuds of confectlonaries, tobacco, cigars,
etc, etc. Cash paid for produce oi an
W. H. TALCOTT,
DEALER IN DRY GOODS, CLOTH
ING, boots, shoes, hats and caps,
groceries, cigars, tobacco, etc.
Main Street - - SCIO, OR.
J. J. DORRIS,
NOTICE OF PUBLIC LE TTINOS SO
LICITED. Plans and speoiflcationa
furnished on short notice.
HILL W III II I'M I
This powdar nvr vsrW A nunt.1 ft puristjr.
trougih and whlompin)aa. Mors entnonilcal thn
ths onliitary klntls, cannot be suki In oimtlUin
Uh iho muli it ii. io on low last, abort wMxbt, alum or
K.wj.hato (MiwUvra. Sokl only In oani BuTAL
m.xo IV.wi.a o. 104 Wall Btrsat, N. V.
of this oitv. haviner taken
the machinery agency of
Q. P. Simpson, for Frank
Brothers, of Portland
will carry a full line of
suited to the trad),t
PLOWS, AND DRILLS,
implements of less note
They will keep the
LA BELLE WAGON,
a new wagon with all the
late improvemnt3 aud
warranted cn of th9
best wag cn fin tha
Be A. V. UBaHItT, stua'oi at corner or
Fust and MonttfomerT bueeU. Albany,
Having taken ehanreof the above namcxl
Works, we are prepared to manufacture
Steam Engines, Haw and Grist Mills,
Wood-working; Machinery, Pumps, Iron
and Brass Castings of every description.
Machinery of all kinds repaired. Spe
cial attention given to repairing farm tta
cblnery. Pattern Making slssse la all lis farm a.
Iftllyl A. F. CHERRY A SOS.
Keeps the best brands of Imperial and
domestic cigars. Also the
FINEST ANO BEST BRANDS OF
AND ALL KINDS OF NOTIONS.
Keeps the finest biilard hall in (be city.
I will also sell real estate, morehaadise
household goods, stc, at auction for any
one in the city or county Store opposite
Kevere liouse, Albany, Or.
6tf SAM COHEN.
Bev. Father Wilds'
The Bey. Z. P. Wilds, well-known city
missionary In Mew York, and brother
of the late eminent Judge Wilds, of the
Massachusetts Supreme Court, writes
as follows :
"78 E. 5UA St., Sew York, May 18, Wit.
Mkhmk. J. C. ay ki & Co.. Uentlamen :
Last whiter 1 was troubled with a most
uncomfortable itching humor affecting
more especially my limbs, which itched so
intolerably at night, and burned so Intense
ly, that 1 could scarcely bear any clothing
over them. 1 was slso s sufferer from a
severe catarrh aud catarrhal cough ; my
appetite was poor, snd in system a good
ileal run down. Knowing the value of
Avkr's Sausai'abili.a, bf obserrstton of
many other cases, and from personal use
in former year. I began taking it for the
above-named diaordcrx. 31 y appetite Im
proved almost from tlic llntt dose. After
a short time the ( r r and Itching were
: ' !, and all siuns of Irritation of the
Sum disappeared. .My catarrh and cough
were also cured by the same means, and
my general health greatly improred,suntll
it is now excellent, 1 feel a hundred per
cent stronger, snd I attribute these results
to the use of the S a us a r a hi i.la , whieh
1 recommend witb all confidence as the
best blood medicine ever devised. I took
it in small doses three times a da, and
uwed, In all, less than two bottles. I place
these facts st your service, hoping their
publication may do good.
Yours respectfully, Z. P. Wilds."
The above Instance is but one of the many
constantly coming to our notice, which prove
the perfect adaptability of Ayeb's Sauha
pabilla to the cure of all diseases arising
front impure or impoverished blood, and a
Ayer's Sarsapari I la
cleanses, enriches, and strengthens the blood,
stimulates the action of the stomach and
bowels, snd thereby enables the system to
resist and overcome the attacks of all Scrofu
lout Di$ea$e$, Eruptiont of the Skin, Jlheu
mat ism, Catarrh, General Debility, snd all
disorders resulting from poor or corrupted
blood and a low state of the system.
Dr. J.C.Ayerdt Co., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by all Druggists; price SI, tlx bottles
Best Purgative Medicine
cure Constipation, Indigestion, Headache, snd
all Bilious IHsorders.
Sold everywhere. Always reliable.
(rrest our regular correspondent.)
Wabiiijuton, Feb. 2nJ, 18W.
Both brandies of Congress held very
short sessions Monday. Neither hud
proceeded far with too routine btlsl-
nes.) of the morning hour, when the
announcement was made of the death
of Representative Mackey eSoith
uaroiina. The Senate una Hojho
immediately adjourned until Tuesday
noon, and the flags on each w'ng of
the Capitol wore placed at half mast.
in la unexpected flnaie to the days
...ji . - . ... as
FruevajuiDjrs reaiy Ulsappoinieu r
rat hundred persons who had gath
ered In the Senate galleries expect
ing to listen to a fiery debate on the
Missifelppl.tnd Virginia outrage.reso
lutlens offered by Senator Sherman.
The "bloody shirt" orations being re.
served for the following day, read-
juster Mahone, who was to make the
principal speech for the republicans,
retired to hh com raft tee room after
adjournment, and remained there un
til the Senate chamber was deserted
ey all except some employes, who
were cleaning up, lie then entered
the hall and rehearsed hh little
speech to an Imaginary audience.
His doleful, see-sawlng aong decla
mation soon attracted policemen and
others on duty in the building, who
peeped Into the hall to see what
could be the matter. After awhile
the little Senator was suddenly over
come with a fainting spell from over
exertion. He wss carried back to
his committee room, and restoratives
were administered, but it w sever
al hours before ho wss able to go
Go Tuesday, the crowd which
again filled the Senate galleries ex
perienced another disappointment.
The Democratic Senators, having In
the meintime, adopted In caucus a
policy of silent scorn, refused to an
swer Sherman and Mahone, and the
debate was confined to the Republi
can side of the chamber. During the
progress of the speeches It was evi
dent a number of the Republican
Senators were ashamed of the thread,
bare heme. The Kansas Senators In.
galls, and Plumo read newspapers
with an air oblivions to their sur
roundings. Three or four wrote let.
ter, Senator Frye smoked a elgar la
the'etoak room ; Senator Logan first
pared and polished his finger nails
carefully, and then asserted the pa
pers on his desk. Senator Lapham
'ooked as if he did not koow what to
do, and very few listened attentively.
Mahonee audience was scarcely larger
than when he rehearsed bw piece In
the empty chamber. Mr. Sherman
read his speech from manuscript,
keeping his ejes closely on the lines
and enunciating with hit usual Indis
tinctness. He based his charges on
radical newspaper reports, and Ma
hones address te the readjoster party
issued two months ago. He was
considerably chilled by his failure
to arouse interest, and pushed ahead
as If anxious to get te the last line.
When Mr. M shone arose to read hie
essay, a venerable ex-statesman re
marked. "If Virginia must be slan
dered she could not be more forte.
nate(in self condemulngappearance
of her caluminator" Mabene's pages
of false accusations, wbinlngly In
toned, fe!l fist upon his hearers, and
when he sat down the eloquence of
silence on the Democratic side, was
h Is on ly answer. The resol u tlons and
prearaable were adopted by a strict
party vote, thirty three to twenty
In tho House of Representatives
the monotone of bill day was diver
sified by a fiery attack on newspaper
correspondents from Mr. Keifer, who
has lately complained that certain
representatives of the press were In
league against him because of his re
fusal to lobby a scheme In which they
were interested through the last Con
gress. The bitterness of the on
slaught was directed against Gen.
Boynton of the Cincinattl Commercial
Gazette, who recently denied Mr.
Keifer's charges ef corruption through
a newspaper article. The Immedi
ate provocation of Mr. Heifer's speech
was the introduction of a resolution
asking that a special committee be
appointed to Investigate the chage of
attempted corruption made by Mr.
Keifer against R. V. Boynton, and
to report the result of its discoveries
to the House. While Mr. Keifer
was speaking Gen. Boynton sat un
easily lu the press gallery and heard
himself denounced as a liar and slan
Speaking of bill day reminds me
that Mr. Bennett of North Carolina
offered a bill to prevent the Inter
marriage of the white and negro
races in the District of Columbia sug
gested probably by the recent mar
riage of Frederic Douglass to a white
woman of this city.
Committees reported back a large
number of bills on Wednesday, but
the sessions of both Houses were cut
short by the obsequies of Mr. Mackey
held In the hall of thefllouse, which
tho Senato attended In a body.
Iu tho House tho debate on tho
Fits John Porter bill was resumed on
Friday, and continued on Saturday.
Lsst .Saturday night the Cbinawotnao
who wss nisstreas of "The Little Til-
lard ' bagnio, was brutally murdered
byooe, Jim Lee, who worked in tbe
laundry of tbe Villard Hotel. It ap
eara from evideooe gather sd by the
authorities that Jim wanted money to
pay bis way te Chins, and that he was
terribly jealous because tbe Celestial
Susie bad transferred Iter smiles to some
other moon-eyed Adonis. It was a
premeditated and cold-blooded murder,
oonoeived and executed in true Chinese
style. Jim had told several of bis
friends the day bsfore that be "ess
going to kill Susie. " All day Satur
day be aat around sullen and silent,
watohing bis intended victim, until
about half past sis when be follow!
ber into the bed-room and began his
murderous work by shooting tbe wo.
man four times, ones in tbe breast, once
in tbe abdome:, and ones in each arm.
After the second shot was Sred, Rertha
Abte,a depraved whits prostitute of the
lowest type, who has been living and
associating with the Chiuese, rushed
into the room and attempted to assist
tbe wounded woman, but tbe murderer
thrust tbe revolver in bar face and told
ber to go away or be would kill her.
Tbe wretched creature then started for
help, when tbe other two shots were
fired and tbe brute went into the kitch
en, tbe woman staggering after him,
ben be picked up an as and struck
bev twice witb tbe but of the ax on tl e
left side of tbe face splitting ber bead
open. When she was lying on tbe floor
ha struck her three times an the top of
tbe bead caving the skull m and scat
teting the brain over tbe room. Hsing
finished hit fearful woik bo svoured ber
money and jewelry asj isft, snd tbe
most diligent search ana f.ill to dis
cover bis wbersb-ml. A rnward of
$100 is offered l..r hi delivery, dnad or ,
alive, to the Sheriff.
Three Cbtnamtm are iu jail, sostect
od of Wet ng implicated in the murder.
Marshal Wilson went as far aa Uma
tilla aud searched every oUim ctat
along tbe road, bu; could get no trao
of tbe fugitive, although he di l not
come back empty handed, as Sheriff
Martin telegraphed him to arrest Mike
Donnelly, the cultua slugger who skip
ped with tbe cssh receipts of tbe w as-to-be
spsrring match last Saturdsy
night. Donnelly was on the traio
bound for other climes.but the Marshal
escorted him back. K. O.
Lord Houghton, in considetatioo of
tbe depressed condition of agriculture,
baa returned to his tenantry in North
Lincolnshire, Eugland, the whole of
their last half-ear's rents.
Dr. L H. Washington says that when
pneumonia atacks tbe steady, square
drioker, one who carries regularly bis
pint to a quart of whiskey daily, tbe
treatment comes expluitvoly under tbe
domain of tbe undertaker, at the first
case of recovery bst yet to be reported.
Sergeant Bates, iu bis march through
Georgia, has not met with the good
time that he was led to expect. Ia
Atlanta be was not allowed tbe use of
tbe United States Court House in
which to flaunt his flag ; and at Griffin,
the other day, there was strong talk of
taking him before a commissioner of
The Emperor of J apan has conferred
upon Gen. Horace Capron of Washing-
ten tbe second order of the Rising Sun,
a mark of appreciation for the valuable
servioes rendered by the latter to Japan,
especially in tbe development of tbe re
sources of tbe Island of Yesso, tbe most
northerly of tbe Japan group. This is
the first time tbe order has been conferr
ed upon s foreigner.
Pieos New Zealand? rs do not fail to
pray earnestly to their gods for recovery
after they have received nun-abet
wounds, but this does not prevent their
using their own scientific methods ef
cure, which consist, in these cases, of
drinking hot dog's bleod. Prsfsssional
observers sav that the nerce ntase of
ourss effected by native d octors is very
large, and is attributable to the- abstem
ious habits of tbe people.
Speaking of tbe temperance apostle,
Col. Hawkins, the Montssaeo Vidette
ssys : "He has proved a viper, which
has stung without provocation and kill
ed with a deadly and fatal venom the
bosom which sheltered and nourished it.
He has misrenresented facts ; he has
nubliclv and without reason traduoed
and abused some of our best citizsns
be has sewn dissension, malice, hatred
and animosity broadcast in this com-
munitv. and he has proved himself a
blatherskite and a bully of the mos
pronounced type, and of good and reg
Tacoma is to have a telephone
Raws is BBiar.
Hie Coajr d'Aleno fever hss broken
out in Southern Oregcn.
Suow thirteen inches deep at Walla
Walla. Crops safely assursd.
Uuvir d'Aleno mining district is te
have a newspaper in March.
Mining ia Southern Oregon has been
checked by want of water.
Joseph Arniel of Vasbon Island, W.
T., was drowned thereon tbe 12th.
Tbe Walla Walla Board of Trade
petitions Congress on behal f of the K.
P. land grant.
The moving mi tbe railway terminal
to Phosnix has caused su exodus from
A couple df road sgents "stood up"
James Dsrnsn near Cad well, Idaho, a
few days ago, and got $S00 in coin from
The Skagit Newt, a new paper, Is
soon to be Issued st Mount Vernon, on
tbe Skagit river. It will be published
by a son of Senator Tom Kwing.
In Walla Walla county, W T, 25,
787 bavejuat been apportioned among
forty-two school districts, for tbe in
struction of 2960 obildren. The town
of Walla Walla gets $9731 of ibis
Tuesday morning of last week tbe
brewery of Messrs. Glasier and Kern,
situated near Gervais, Or., was burned
to tbe ground. The stock of barley,
100 busbets,is smoag tbe loiso,amount
ing to $6000.
Tbe Burnt river, Or., parties arrest
ed on tbe charge of stealing cattle are
held, in sums varying from $800 to
$2500, to await the action of the grand
jury. Tbe county boarding house is full
Tbe steamer "Olympian" from Phil
adelphia for Puget Sound, arrived at
Valparaiso Feb. 2ad, and was to remain
until tbe 5tb, when she would resume
ber journey ou tbe west coast. This
al l make her due on tbe Sound about
the first of March.
A steel cisd call, designed for the
O'.yinpia, W. T , jail, is now in proees
f construction iu St. Ltuis, says the
I 1 It . H ... -I . .... I... -
. ' ' . . v i ii . t w mj m i avi c -
ti in for bard cases to crswl out of tbe
old brick sUlls on the bill, when thia
modern stronghold is put in position.
Twenty-five to thirty men are avail-
a S an .a M aBBS a
ing tlismsel vee of tne Uoffee Mouse
cheap meals, ssys tbe Walla Walla
Journal. Sixteen slept at the public
edging room last night. These, tbe
superintendent ssys, are all workers.
Two or three of tbe boarders are sus
pected of depending entirely on bagging
for their meal tickets.
Canadian exports to Great Britain
during tbe calendar year just closed,
says tbe Victoria Colonist, were nearly
$5,000,000 in excess of those for 1882,
while our imports from the same coun
try during tbe past year were $1,000,-
000 less tban in tbe preceding year.
Tbe apparent balance of trade was in
our favor by $9,000,000.
A party consisting of Rev. J. Goble,
bia two daughters, and Capt. A. Rid-
derhjelke, bis son-in-law,arrive I in Ta
ooma on the North Pacific last night,
says the .Veu They came from Yok
ohama, Japan, and their quaiat and
curious packing would mark them at
onoe as from a strange land. Rev.
Goble and Capt. Ridderhj dke intend
to go into business of some kind in
At about twenty minutes before 12
to-dsv. savs tbe Seattle Herald of
Saturday, a young man about 28 years
of age, named L mia VanDoran, met
with an accident in Stetson & Post's
mill resulting in a loss of bis right
hand. It seems that through being un
accustomed to the work be allowed bis
band to come in contact witb tbe saw
which entered between the thumb and
forefinger of the right hand, coming out
at the wrist, completely amputating the
limb. He bore up manfully only ex
pressing sorrow for his wife, he having
recently been married in San Francisco
Although Sitka and Alaska are al
most ivnonvmous with tbe North role
to average minds in the temperate aono
a oompsrisOB of maps shows that Sitka,
and St. Petersburg, in Russia, are in
the same latitude, and the mouth of the
Chiloat river is on a line with the south
coast of Greenland. Tbe extent of this
northwest territory and the vast dis
tances between points are more than be
wildering. Alsska itself is equal in
area to all tbe United States east of
tbe Mississippi river. Counting in the
Aleutan chain, the Pirbyloff group and
the 1100 islands of the Alexander ar
chipelago, the total area of the Alaskan
islands is 31,265 square miles. The
island of Attn, the last of the Aleutan
chain, is as far west of Ssn Francisco
as fisngo, Mains, is east of it and the
indented coast line of Alaska, measur
ing 25,000 miles, is even greater than
the whole coast line ef the Atlantio and
Pacific shores of tbe United States put
The man who expects to have bis
grave kept green must make hay while
the sun shines and buy a lot in a fasb-
i ionable cemetery.
BDITKD BY THK
Kocoursgiug letters received from
Mrs. Wsllsce Baldwin, Corv.tlli, Mis.
Jas. Marks, Cor. Sec., Lebanov, Mrs.
Wallace Nasb, St'pt., press woik for
It bss been proclaimed abroad that
the prohibitory law in Kansas is s fail
ure, and that there are more saloons
now tban ever before. This kind of
tslk is not used very much to Ksnsss,
but is intended for the "foreign trade."1
In twenty eaen'.ht the number of sa
loons has been reduced from 708 to
313, of which 160 are in Leavenworth,
where tbe law has been so far ignored
by city and county officials. Of 072
liquor cases tried, 729 resulted io con
viction. Tbe fines imposed amounted
to $95,200, and 81 persons hsve been
imprisoned, Of 66 counties heard from
41 bsvs no salo .ua, while under tbe old
law saloona were found in every one.
Our energetic Pre , at the request of
ladies of Hsrrisburg, orgsnized a W.
C. T. U. of eight working and three
honorary members, at thst p!ac, Feb.
II. A Pres., Rec. Sec., Cor. Sec.,
Trans, snd five recruiting officers were
elected, snd considerable enthusiasm
shown. We offer tbe new Union our
hearty congratulations and sympathy.
Miss Pugb, Trees, of W. N. C. T. U,
sends tbsnks for our tbsokoffering of
sirs, cuzanetn Jonnson, stale Supt.
war flli! r , ssai . I
of Prison and Pelice work, and Mrs. C.
v au:..i.w o.... r a . a
a- Pa. v. or
State and Coonty Fairs, desire that at-
usnuon oe given m ineir respective Hoes
M.,..-r,. rui T.. oi Ifil
of the National Prohibition Home Pro-
lection part v, calls uiwn ail citizens of
. 3 1
the United State, to aemble in County
conventions id evory mate and lern-
nrw .r ik. it..: V.I H- I
3 rc.Mumrj I
ions, to appomr dten to the nest
national convention of tbe 1-rohibit.on
fx W . ft a a aa-w a aSaa . .
a . i-"7-
This is one of tbe rn t imnortant
6"-"- w I
Slash ia aa. aa SBBBBBSaSS kAAia ax A A I
tbe temperance people of this nation.
Taf J S a
n we weuio not witnm a lew years see
tbe liquor traffic the supreme power in
iuv iibu. manuisaunni anu scums? I
wunouw an over tne unin,nomin-
ating and electieg ail officers of tbe
WT.romtrnc, aiowawog an measures snu
a . . .... ...
taws, we must taae political action to
itntund its encroachments or we snail
soon ke bound band and foot by tbe
moat hideoos despotism tbe world has
I therefore recommend all Woman's
Christian Temperance Unions on this
Pacific Coast to join in this movement,
taking the lead, or uniting with Pro
hibition Home Protection C!ubs,as mav
be moat expedient
I would also recommend that all
members of Woman's Christian Tem
perance Unions on this Coast unite in
prayer, at 12 o'clock neon on that day,
either in public assembly or ia their
own private chambers, for the blessing
of God on tbe National Prohibition
Home Protection Party in the coming
Convention and political campaign.
Will all clergymen and churches aid
in thia tuovemtot t
Masy Clemrnt Lkavitt,
Supt. N. W. C. T. U.
r or i las eciEXcs.
Liquid obtained by condensing the
vapors from a bread oven contained 1-6
per cent by volume of alcohol, 0.06 per
cent by weight of acetic acid, and a
small quantity of ferric acetate and of
ammonia. Alcohol ia, therefore, ac
cording to Moussette, one ef tbe pro
ducts of the fermentation of the bread.
The Lancet thinks there is danger of
breathing sewer gas from barber's
sans when beiug shampooed. Tbe
danger is more likely to pass unobserv
ed because ef tbe various , odors which
scent the place and which mask the
deadly emanations. It is well to bear
this in mind, snd asks the barber if his
traps are in good order, so that tbe
bacteria or germs of disease may not be
inhaled from the unguarded waste-pipe.
From the program of arrangements
now settled for the international fores
try exhibition to be he'd next year at
Edinburgh, Scotland, the actual result
is likely to prove of great practical and
ssientiflo value. The exhibition will
cover a wide field. Practical forestry
will include huts, implements, models
of maohines for moving trees by land
and water, and wood-working machin
ery of every description. Scientific
forestry will deal with the botany of
the forest, for entomology, preserva
tive processes and similar subjects.
Growing specimens of rare and orna
mental plants, rustic work and dried
ornamental objects of a vegetarian
origin will be in view.
Neither Anna Dickinson nor Kate
Field will take advantage of leap
CCBJS) ft FACTS.
A grain of strychnine will embitter
600,000 grains of water.
In . winding np tho clock In the
tower of Trinity Church, New York
city, the crank or handle has to be
turned round o times.
A painting of the Lord's Supper
made by a French artist of the Rev
olutionary period represents the table
at ornairmntesl by a tumbler Ailed
with cigsr lighters.
In some parts of j Java, at a wed
ding, the bride as a sign of ber sub
jection, kneels and washes tbe feet
of the bridegroom after ho has trod
den upon raw eggs.
Animals dwelling aUiigh elevations
resemble those of colder latitudes.
Tbe same species of insects are found
on Mount Washington as in Labrador
Although flies have bat one avail
abUi pair of wings they are gifted
with the power of very rapid flight.
While a bee moves Its wings 190
times a second and s butterfly nine
times, the house-fly makes 330
strokesgin tbe same period of time.
The best test of a Persian carpet Is
to drop a piece of red-hot charcoal
upon it. If the carpet be really good
the singed wool may be brushed off
without leaving the smallest trace of
the burn ; If if it be of any inferior
quality the wrath of the dealer will be
The extremes of size are ao Infus
orium 1-16.000 of an inch inrlinmo.
te, tbe - - animftl pvpr mmmm
lir4Mi Bnd IhA h.,A mn famt i
the largest animal ever created. Tre
femaie is sometimes larger than the
msJe, as of the nautilus, spider and
eagle. The higher the class tbe more
I hp (llamnnri unirl in haa an ainli
. . f , . . Thsam-
fe - aaw - tv - . i
uKiunaw its imsvssur uravc. jus
. . .
topaz is. i pre-ervAtive against poison.
Tne amelhyi,t u apreservaUve against
dronkenoMaL The tnrqu dse acts as
..harm otr.irwf tho auil ava nrt
I - a a taa.aiu Jl aUV SB J W SaSUB)
fronj ot forobAlinjP misfortunM,
Tbe emeraia prolrjr)tes piety.
From th armv and nave dit
army and navy
scales of France and Kneland. which
f,f rvMira. am Ka-ad nrtnn th ravsssK.
n,zed DeceBieiw of Urge nombers of
men in aclivo H, . u inforred ,h.t
, 2 pound, avoirdupois of dry
i i ,1 : i . s
i'jou ucr uay srr rruuinru tur cwn in
divIdlllK of thU amount three
foartbsare vegetable and the rest ao-
fm.L At the doQe of -an entire year
In -ao a.
i inn Diuuuui ia upwaiua ui ow puuuur.
A NASAL INJECTOR free with each
bottle of ShUoh's Catarrh Remedv. Price
Lnmbsoo. Backache. HesSSchs, Ti
ito all OTBsa sosirr raws
Uurna. Krauisa, w
8a4 tJ DnalJD-VT?
Maaavvssaaaaassxi naaani jdSVcs..
.ii . of am x. V
No other complaints are so insidioos iu their
attack as those affecting the Uirost and lungs:
none ao trifled with by the makrirr of suffer
ers. Tbe ordinary cough or cold, resulting
lrhaps from a trifling ot unconscious c
h.sui e, is often but the beginning of a falsi
sickness. Ayeb's Cukuhy Pectosal has
well proTen iu efficacy in a forty years' fight
with throat snd lung diseases, and should he
t. u.cn in all cases .without delay.
A Terrible Cough Cased.
"In 1K5T I took a severe cold, whieh aSseled
my lungs. 1 bad a terrible cough, aud sassafi
night after uiglit without sleep. The doctors
gave me up. 1 tried Aran's Crrhjiy Par
toral, whieh relieved my Isags, isdsseS
sleep, snd afforded me the rest aiecessary
for the recovery of my strength. By the
continued use of the PECTOBAL s perma
nent cure was effected. I am now C3 yean
eta, hale snd hearty, and am satisfied reel
Ciikkry PECTORAL saved me.
RocUngham, VU, July 15, lt$.
Croup. A Mother's Tribute.
" While in the country last winter say lUtle -Iwy,
three yesrsold.wss taken ill with croup:
it seemed as if he would die from strange,
i at ion. One of the family snggested tee ass
of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, a bottle of
Mhieh wss always kept in the house. This
was tried in small and frequent doses, sad
to our delight in less than half an hour the
little patient was breathing easily. The doe
tor said that the Cherry Pectoral had
saved my darliug's life. Can yon wonder st
our gratitude? Sincerely ours,
Mrs. Emm a OEDjnrr."
150 West 128th St., Sew York, May W, 1M2.
" I hare nsed Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
in my family for several years, and do not
hesitate to pronounce it the most effectual
remedy for coughs and colds we hsve ever
ined. A. J. Crane."
Lake Crystal, Minn., March 15, 1862.
I suffered for eight years frost Bronchitis,
and after trying many remedies with no ic
cess, 1 was cured by the use of Aran's Chkk
y Pkctoral. Joseph Waldex."
Byhalia, Miss., April 5, 1882.
" I cannot ssy enough in pnute or ateb s
C'hkhry Pkctoral. belisvi
..belle vine as 1 do that
l nt fin- it. ii 1 should Ions slnee nave mea
from lung troubles. ' C. BRAODOS."
Palestine, Texas, April 22, 1882.
No case of an affection of the throat or
lungs exists which cannot be greatly relieved
fey the use of Ayeb's Cheery Pectoral,
aud it will always care when the disease a
not already beyond the control of medicine.
Dp. J . C. Ayer & Co. , Lowell , Matt.
Sold by all Druggists.
" V. fa&saJsHH