The Eugene City guard. (Eugene City, Or.) 1870-1899, January 11, 1879, Image 1

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SHOliENO.583.
KUGENECfTY. OR.; SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1879.
$2.50 per year IN ADVANCE.
t
in &nm city uara.
CAMPBELL BROS.,
- Publishers anl Proprietors.
FFICE-In ' Undsrwood's Brick Building,
t ovr Grange Store,
""-" ' OUR OSt.T
frtA-riff"! OF ADVKKTiaiNO.
Advertisements inserted a follows: .
Ons square, 10 line or lew, on hmrtion IX:
act subsequent inertion JU Cash rquired in
finiTwlf ertiten will b cuarzed at tli fol
ds' ..hrc months. ; f 00
If " six month....:; 8 00
" on yew 12 00
Transient notices in local column, 20 cent )r
liu for each insertion.
Advertising bills will be rendered qunrterly.
v All Job work fntwt b PAtn for um ligi.tvr.KT.
POITOFriCK.
Hears -From T a. m. to Tp.m.
-r
Hun'ars
rata 'w r " ,
u.h ...... frum ttusotlMi snl la vtnw no'th
1 m rriiM from tl. am-th m .' !." i' "'
..tkatftl . m. fV :'. -.mi.ii'ari.t Uidi
Tj. !"' " W4rSf lm'v..l-
villa, Camp firs u( lion!'. i' i i v
Mtr witt brilv f-(5einct'. i,.lOJV-'
I .rival f iua. 1-ett.nH-mll i. VII. ft tl.o j
... k.or iwwr. nun. iiv.
A. O,
PAT fEllOJJ, P. M.
ROCIKTIEL
....... li.w.. Ho It. A. f. an I A M
UnU lint ani tliird W.ln!ar in
a.ath.
...... n.TTB ri Vn a I. O.
jSiO. T. MBtoerjrToe1ayeeninir.
kiMU . the U an 1 4tU Wluw4r-m mU mottth.
CLEAVER &. ODERSOH,
DENTISTS,
a. '
;EuEoneCiy, Oregon. -
OOMS OVER GRANGE STORE, firU
a i; door to th ritjlit, up itair. Fonnorly
A i C. W. FiMi-
Kitrou Oxid.Ga for palnlea extraction of
teeth.
J. C. Bolon,
33 2S2 23LT '3? 2 iS 27 .
BI!CrHSI)ll TO
VVRrSII & BOLON.
OFriCTS -Ninth it., oppoa-t Oie St. Oiarlwi
Hotel, up itairt.
Nitroiu Oxi ! Gal for pihi'et eitwtiont of
th.
3 1 ri 1 1
DR. L. M. 'DAVIS,
HAS LOCATED PERMANENTLY IN
Eujfiie. Office 6rtt bui!din:: r.orlh of
the Ator IIone, up i'.airi. Ciiiraren i iuan
abl and all worii WAiran'.eJ for live year.
No2:tf
T. W. SutuTOH, M.D. T. W. niaum, JL D.
Drs. Sheltori &. Harris,
rmsicuss & srnEoxs,
TC ii Bn City, Oregon.
A. W.PATTERSOX,
PHVSICIAN AND SURGEON,
a Nlntle Rtrcet, eppoall Ih St.
Cbarla Hotel, an4 at llealateaee,
"KaOICNK CITY OHWJON.
Dr J. O. Shields
OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SER
Yiee to the citizena of Eugfii City and
urroundiiu conntrr. Special attention jfWen
t all OBSTKI'IUCAL CASES ai l UTKlt
INK DISEASES tntnute 1 to hia car.
Olfic at the St Charlee HatoL
J03EPII ? GILL
C AN BK FOUND AT HI'SOFyiCIi or r
idenc when not professional enjgL
Office at the
POST OFFICE DRUG STORE.
Reaidcnc on Eighth street, opposite Presby
terian Church.
Dr. F. M Walker.
TTAS LOCATED IN EUGENE
CITV,
. Orejfon-oHic at St. ChsrH llotl -rill
treat the following di.ews: Cou-itnp
and will treat tlx
tion (Phthiiii I'ulinoTiHli, Urimdn i,
ngitis,llri?ht'ltiHVMi:ttic fc-lutr. -tr.y.
Ithaumatiam. PiTitoni'.:, Jv-v.;; !. i'V'.!r
ria, liysp(.;. Xa-l t 'al-.ivi. . and otii-r ti'
ease to tiiimi'i's t.'-o ! v.' .m.
fiatisfaotinn CJir tc!' -t 'r .t p
Oct JJ, 17H
: GEO B. DOUUIS,
ATTORNEY &. COUNSELLOR at LAW
Offie on Willamtt atreet, Euecne City.
MARK ET -m
BOYO
KILLER, Proprietors
wilt
KIEP COXSTAXTLT OX HAT D.
BEEF,
TEAL,
PORK A!D
MUTrOX.
Dri4 llsaU vf all kia la Tarl, Tallov.eta Will
II M a skaaka froa I to I mats.
JEWELRY KSTAIJL1SMEXT.
Sa nauru err
bEAt.CR IX
1
Clocks. Watches. Chains. Jewelry, etu
Kejiainng iTomptly hx rented. .
' CaT All Work W arra !!. Jff
J.S MKKF.r,
KHwnta A Co. 1 brick, Willamette Street,
' 1
TRIXT-NEW DESIGNS OF STAN
. J. 4aH braads at
1C.J
izr t a
ntlEKPLYS.
EUGKNR CITV
USINESS 3DIRECT0HY.
ALEXANDER, J. B.-Jnstic of the Pc
South Etigen Precinct: office at Court Houh.
ASTOR HOUSEr-l'hM. Bak.r, prop. ' Th
only Brat -class hotel in the city-Willamette
street, on door north of the post oflie.
ABRAMS, W. H. k BRO.-Planing mill,
mil, door, blind and moulding manufactory,
Eighth atreet, at of niill race. Everything
in our line furnished on short notio and
reasonable (ermx, .
BENTLKY, J. W.'-Privt. lKrdin) hou.e.
aouthwett corner of Elrenth aud lVvl ita.
BOLON. J. C.-SurKicland MechanicalPen.
, tisW-Niuth St, opjionit St t'barlit Hotel
BOOK ' STOUE-One door eouth of the Aetor
"aT;ndVncy.'t,,Ck '
i)YDMIIXER-MtMTt-lSf,'ml,
1)YD. MILLER
mutton, pork and MnlWillamntta .itrett,
tk-tw.vn cmntii nj Auitn.
CLEAVER, J. V. General Tarity k tore and
avnnult JPil implcmcntii, .utliait corner of
Willamette and Seventh trU.
C1TRTSMAN, SOori'-Truck, hv V and ev
p'ocatren. All n: I'll pMQiVtly fclUu.lf.l
ti !?) l tir i,l:"t. .
TvMVWIOL- nir in .l..!it. W,!..--
l.'c!;. and M .! i l
n:.; -'. .1
ti,-Mt;,
:.-U,150N. il (,
ri.ti ''., ooiinti'T n.-o,:
f '.'.iler in .rH'-ll, t.ru
i:w c-roBT Willsin t.
t;.tiw..-rv. ou
ndyihSr.
DORRP, B. V.
waiv Vi) ;v. !
and E:k'!ii1.
It.
.'Il ! II.
!!.' It AN 1 VM.--.M.U Mrkt l.ef, r. .rV.
rei! mi.! mutton i.'inlaoilv u;i iund Nili'.l;
strct, bi'twi'cn 1'isrl and lliijh.
ELLSWORTH ft (H). DruiVU 'and dealer
in paints, oils, et". W illamette street, be-.
tweon Ki.'.th and Ninth.
FRIENDLY. S. H. -Dealer in dry frood..
clothing ami geurrul itii-M!,anHt -WiVani.
ette street, botirp-n Eilitlt and Ninth.
GUARD OFFICE Naav- iiapcr, book and joh
printing office, comer Wiilauiette aud Eitj'h h
streets, up st.iirs.
GRANGE STORE Pcii!rs in paneral mer
chandise and proiluco, corur Eighth and
Willamette "trccta.
GTLL, .7, r. l'hvician, Suireon and Dnv
ifit, PoatiiiTic. V'illame'te s 'est, btwii
Sevt'nth an i Kiijl.ih.
HENDRICKS, T. G.-IVhIsi in j.-neral tnrr-
chan liar northwest onruer Willamett and
"'.nth 9tmu.
H0DE'', C. Liij.vr b or. liriori, e'gnrs ai: 1
8n! pioii liole table, V iljuii;; ;t Jlrn !, fee
t?f hvl'.th and Ninth.
IIARRINtj'i'ON, F!!ANK-r.arlr. Hair di
sr and ha h rooms, aiu.t i'uU Vi'ili.ouctte kt. ,
';oiid door north of ,S!S ( 'har'w JJot'l.
Hi')HN, CH.-vS. M. -O.io.raith. Rilles' aud
al'it-jfiina, bweidi and rmir.rJeloaJar., for "air.
Jlcji.i'riiiif di ne in the neatest style and war
ranted. Shop on Stl' 'trrct
J AMES, B. IT. 'itov", nnd mniifart'irar of
I'in nl ly'. Mcu -w..;. v,'i!aiot'U th-i.
i -'-r. -p ;i.V ,-.. IV
KI.-ToEY, J. (). - ' a-i., Uiu-'a and Avv
tory, window and dojr Irani, nioii!dn?t,
eta, Klftjin and ylaw ruttin.i: dime to order.
LYNCHf A.--Gro.w:r. prfl.'iioua, fruits, Tey
0tabli9, tr., V iil;ii,-tt ftrf't, first door
sooth "f PostofHw.
LAKIN, D. R.-SaMli-ry. Urnw, .MU
tr-s, wbip, eV,, Will .in-it. tri, bfn
Eighth an 1 Ninth.
LUCRE Y, J. S.-Watohrn':er and Jrw.-r'
keeps a ti!i" to"V of goor'a in hia line, Willam
ette strest, iu Ellsworth' drug store.
MiCL A KEN, J A MER Choice, wines, liquors,
and c?:,'ars WiUaiuette street, between Eighth
and Ninth.
MELLER, M. Brewery Lej?cr ber on Up
and by the kej or barrel, comer of N.nth and
Olive streets,
OSBURN A CO. Dealern in ditia. medlcinea.
chemical, oil i, pain's, etc. W'illauiett at,
opposite S. Charles Hotel
0. K. BFER HALL Jo Theitner, pro. Ci-
jars, Wines, Star Beer (l'JJ eta. pr. pint),
and all kinils of liquors. Near O. K. Meat
Market
PATTERSON, A. S. A fin stock of plain
and fancy risitinj crde.
PE'tKINS, H. C. -County Surveyor and aril
Engineer. Residence on Fifth a reet
PENNING TON, B. C.-AuctioneerandCom
miision Merchant, corner seventh and High
streets.
PRESTON, WM.-DJrrin .wldh-ry, IT-ir-new,
CMTia Iritu .-.ji!,;a, tc.--i !arat
f'.ivet. uet. n-fA $tjii.t'i 1 E.'t:.
PO T OFFICE A n"w stock of st.ndard
i school books just received at the poat ollice.
RUSH, BEN. Horaeshoeini? aud general lob
bing M-ickauiith, Eighth street, between Wil
lamette and Olive.
REAM, J. K. Un lert.-.Vr and building con-trvto.-,
t-'ni -r V. ill..7i;i tte and Seventh
tr
E'lSnNlilAVTA
r -eerie and -u-i
n: ii'T 'A IIImi -it
i CilMiLE-
fr-w. ';'. 'i i'r"
i..tv. on.T VH
flij:'1.1. .!.
O ' ' y'.'N'i., clnthin-',
v.l in'-i. i',ir. iis, atntLafsl
k-;! t'l.'i.'.j streets,
i!--i LT. '.fr- A. T?,v
; i
1 ' v .:
I
Alt-
II-
A i
1.',
i:v--i, i: 1:: 1
iov.a.
te.-'-' ' :' ' '-" 't
SCHOOL SCP'LI!'.S-A hp," .and virhd
Mirf;ue'i of l of nil ai-ea.nnit q"aiiti'.l'
of s! it- .md il i'." bio':. l'hr' diairs no th
of t'.:e expr-ca of if.
TH' ''.IT'S- )N A i;EAV - tt-i:-iys . T--.
WiiUmert. s!?c't. be -.' B t'-viirh
and
Ei:hlli. ,
WALTON, J. J.- Attom-y iM w. O'Tce
. Willametts stieit, botweea Seventh and
Eighth.
WITTER, J. T. Bu-kaHn dres-inr. Th
hiiet price pa'd t-t d.-e- s' in, EV tk t,
at I'.ri !
UNDEH'.ViKID, J. P.- i'rl br.4 ::
buiin and acnt f..r !.e Cion-eiciit In
(uranr ('ompai'V of Hartford Wiilamette
street, between Seventh and EitfhtL.
ELLSWORTH - CO.,
DRUGOIPTSi
"flTILL CONTINUE THE BUSINESS in
1 all ita braudie at the nl 1 stand, o'ferin?
increased indiictmruU to cust.tnr, old an;l ,
. new. Aa heretofore, th ru'tot
n a a , o ::
Careful attent,-n to Prescriptions.
1 :
FAR! I'OK KALE.
A
WELL IMPROVED FARM OF thre.
b.iBdrl su'l r.m acta, hi r.c-.er
uiuvatton: an nn-ier in- na i-e hi wt,
. 1 ' j . ill it, -.11 .i.
haipun. and on th nxart reasonable terms,
fcit,iat,l Kt will. afMitk of tAara. and has a i
(wrtr.Bg, fnr tnk. A rr'y t tf- "fltsa )
Sconrgio; a Naked Wtmin. .
fNew York Hera Id Kichmond Letter. I
1 he bell ran j, the outer door ol the
City Jail war opened, and at twelve
o'elook h. id 61d the aixteen yrio
tiers, quota of the 1 ohm (Jourt on
Monday mohim. Amonj llieae
were three colored women, two of
whom run nimblr to the "top lend
inir to the range of rw) Is in which ft
iti alt iri(.ncrs are eenfineiT. The
ih r l 'reinainvd 'below iu the yard
With her sim akimho, wifllully tyt
intj a atom hrowri pom about even
feel in height and three feel in cir-
eiimlert'nce. lln woman was Juancy
Lj'K " oM fl-n.l.r. and the ob
M rhtKf"0"y waalhe whipiin
poat. Xtiitm-r i" a thniaui'li specimen
! in iron (leorilnl type ot the fe
in-le ne;io thiol and vugrant. She
i lilmk, ineditun eizrd, with the flat
no", thick Iii), kinky hair, and aemi
mil.'.' i iniiiii peculiar to a olasa
o! in r i i f. ot an ul'i jnil bird,
' n'u v s"! to Mn vi' twenty
;.c '.i(i'h ttwijv, lur vicuiinij-iron
i I a 'ill I If ('l:(--:ij)e.-.k- llllll C lllll Hail
fo.id Ui'iniiKiiv. ltwia not her first
icitiiiiiiiiiiii-e with thv terrible whip
I in; jH.it. w liieh, however, she seum
i ! i.Vo...i I ili deadly ein.iily.
Ail 'I i be jniMHicra hud been
- .ii. lii-il ;in.l liii'ki d ii, and nn offici
4I in yard 1I1 n eulled to an at
I f 1 1 I . 1 1 1 , "l'luow iiih doivn that lick
Ill;" when upon a cow hide about half
mii inch in dnnneter 111 the. hint and
Mjieiii it-itt n I" 11 jioint va t.onieil
niiv I'm h iinl. Nn tic) looked at thin
iii't rmiif nt tori lire and n pemipti
Me blimlili'i isi i through hitr Iraine.
The nllieial then aid, ''Tuko down
your cl i lies, Nancy, mid hug the
widder." The poor eriniinal turned
an imi liiniii look, aud aid. "Muat
I Like all oil'?"
Yen, hurry up. You know what
1 mi have to do,"
Nnnev il'o'teded alowly to linbut-
11 1
.i ii !: i r iir. s 111 irinii, nnu 111 a 1110
mem he w.is alrij.)- d 10 the waiat,
He tiji'er r.loihinu lallin' diwil fVer
lier ! ipg nnl esioMnjj to the j;.iz of
1 lie lew by htai drra a o(my black
skin from th elitjiililei to ih waixl.
Iler buck iv a ;ioiioly marked with
1'ivvinnH anijiKa, and in a raametil
.hit- -in- had einlnaeed llie "widder."
a - vl 1 jiieo; jinat is familiarly
... .-.i ' j 11 111. 1. a. h. On the opposite
n.le ol be post weie iron bracelet,
which are used to fuel en refractory
! riaoiii'19 wl.nf they are whijijied; but
N nicy needed Hone of these ajipli
.net ;; olie hi Id the jioal firmly, and
111 l thai) thirty ocoiul the uuisli
I, rll tt ll illlllCll d.
Siie iinppi d the pott, her head
turned Ixuard the cflicial, and, a he
aicd the cow hide, e tiled to nerve
1,. i. ll'l'.ii the hiahii'. Ax lust na I
o.iil, I cotnil the twenty five atrijien
acre laid 011. not heavily, but eau'i
iiiakiiij' a orrihle white murk on th
lilack kin. During the iiilliclion ol
the tirxt dozen, the ' victim did not
InnL-M a liairV breadth, but a the re
inaiuiler desceiuled 111 rapid Miccet
Hion, she writhed and twisted in great
.loniiv mid, hardened criminal a she
was, bewail to eiy, the tears fairly
iouiiiitr down her cheeks. When
the whipping wan over muiie ot,e 111
the crowd remarked 10 her, "I tiojie
this is the last whipping you will
(.M hi ro, Nanc)." H.-r reply "I
i .h 'i; luijn- dev will send me to
1 ne J'l-n'ti iiii ny i'i li.'e when 1 leare
,iir ,Uee wa not very consoling.
Mie wan ihia iiiorniiig indicted for
burglary, alno, and will certainly
eerve the Stale fur a term of years in
I lie P. niteiitiary at he expiration of
n 1 iivkenl aciiteiice tl thirty days
II j.iil. '
I'ji anJ Djwqs of Furtune.
10 ot 1 In-fr ij lent em of Droad-
4 : 1 jiooi lllctl t U,
r, i, r !. a i r ciM-i n tier
1. iii n u i 1 .iii- ex by inarii-h.-.j
I-.' : 1 a good -New
l.-ik laio iy ami wi ut to Madrid,
a In 11 a oiri, w here hvr brother was
1 o: ml. I'nere xhe met and married
French eount, and foi aeveral years
led a ' iy liie at Pari. Exce ot
Mine 1 to . d hei and though a fine
iiiii.-ie hi, a jiamier i 1 oil, inietrexs of
1 viiai ijni;ua!4if and elegant ill Coll
1. 1 !,! ;'ic, a ,, i-iiiiie back hotn to
l . . .1. iii. ji.nkx and laMoii bouxe
,1:1 ' -n ii'i it .1' !ie can earn and beg
ui in. a,. A .1111:11111011 piece IH
mn. 1 1 ,i- N''ili river 111 Ho
iMiken, iirie ail li-tiijii duke ix Mlak
104 iiiuiie) Iii ejnii a rextaurant. The
..like c toie to Am Voik'aml flonrixh
e I in fahiiiidble suicieiy until hi
mo ey wm goiie. Tlien h went to
a ll"l"k ii rexiaiirunt as cook, finally
berauie waiter.an i.iit time, sared
iiiim. y eiioii ii u buy out the place
' b n'llie landlord tiled. Ou one oc
jci'itui a "iixMoui-iied Italian, whom
,l ieiiiKC li;'l kiiowii id me naiiva
! , w A at tM . Th0
; propnetir vt ved at suppi-r as waiter
but was no I rrc"';i;i-i until, alter
,1. J over, ho came back in
, .,., ,,, wll ,
lisiuoii'l
- . . . ,
aMjf i.n I it Ijnna l h luke serves
p dUhe aud l liW rich bache-
lor.
Scwi ItDM.
Burnett, Mai t Taylor's door
keeper, is the latest bilk In Yamhill
county.
. 1 Newsome raised 106 bushels of
oat to the acre in Tillamook county,
11H season.
Isadere Riee, of Oakland, beat
Lozait, the oelehrated foot raoer. at
Uakland, on the 2d,
MW 'Rodebanuh ha rented the
Lucky Queen mine for a year. lie is
an experiejcod Nevada miner.
John Sambrook kills 1 twelve ceese
and wounded five in one sho. at
Umjiq'ua ferry one day last week. . .
The farmers iu Tillamook count t
raise four pound potatoes and turnips
measuring sixty inches in cireu infer
ence.
T. F. Fiord ha become a joint
proprietor of the Hoxebnrir Star. It
a good paper and he will give it
additional strength.
Chailoa Walters, while looking for
mill site on tho North Umpaua
found tho remains oft human boiu;,
supposed to be that of an Indian.
Mr. J. Williams, of Itoseburu,
while at a parlv at Looking (ilnss lent
his speech and li.it only been able to
converse since at orcnt intervals.
Charles Patcheu' house, near Can-
yonviile, was destroyed by fir? ou
Chrixttnaa night and two of his drl
Iren badly burned before they to.il I
csoajie.
Twenlv-nine deeds, ten mortsiaffes
and two chattel inortgngea were filed
in the Douglas county clerk' office
during December.
Eight marringo lisriises were
trranted in Dougi s fount v lat week.
Sjiring may be the lime for birds to
male, but men and women in Oregon
p ear to prefer the cdd weather.
. W Ilunsak-r's house, near
Turner Station, wua robbed e-f
(92 25 in coin, taken from his pnula
loons pocket, in a room whero there
were four young men atdrep.
That joke on Senalor Rroeer, jub
lished in the Slalesman, siy the
Standard, is very "translucent," s
pecialiy as (.Jrover did not come to
Orpgou mi tliat Indian commission I
and as the aiory is told about Dir
enTand a Uowerv boy.
The following i the trannotioiiB
of the TJ. S. Land olfice at Koseburo;
for the nasi month: Pre emption fil
ings, 15; homestead entries, 14; do
nation cert i fieates, 3; cash entries, 9;
comprising C30 acres; timber aiipli-
cations, 2
The Two Miirjiliyi.
A good story is told of comedian,
Joe Murphy.
It was 'luring the 1 blue ribbon
exciiemcpt, aud Joe was journeying
to a small town 'in the vicinity el
Piliahurg. As the train steamed
into the depo', it was boarded by a
half dozen men, who, after a hurried
conference with the conductor, ap
proached the comedian with beaming
faces.
'Mr. Murphy, I believe," id ibe
sjiokexman, hat in hand.
'At votir service, sir," replied
Je.
'Delighted to moet yon, sir. We
are the committee appointed to
take you in charge," and they fairly
dragged tha astonished Joe from the
car, placed him in a carriage, and
they were whirled swiftly away.
"God bless us," thout'hl the exio
neiit of Irish jieculiarilies. "This is
very kind. Never was in this town
belore. A man's reutatioii does
travel, and that's a fact."
In a shoil time thy had rcftehed
the hotel, and the coiriniitee hat
ing placed Joe in the best jiarlori
suite, prepared to dejiart.
"We will call for you afier supper,
Mr. Murphy," said the aiokexraan.
One moment, gentlemen," said
St. Joaeph, as he pulled the bell
cord rigorously. "Waiter, drinks for
the party."
'Drinks I" shrieked the conelave
in a ehorus. "Mr. Murphy, are yuu
mad ?"
"Mad, echoed Joe; net a bit of il.
Name yo ir beverage, genll-inen "
"Oh, this i terri'iU bnckliding,"
Mid one. "Francis Murphy ordering
drinks."
'Francis Murphy" repeated the
perplexed Jo. "I am Joe Murphy,
the comedian."
' They saw it a'l, and rushed wildly
fiom the room in srarch of the tem
peraace apostle, who was even then
toiling painfi Hy from the dejiot on
toot, "totiii''" a hue carn-t bag.
oth the MurpbTS drew large
houses that night.
A doj-tnr out for a dy's hunting
! and oil joniiOif hoini complaiue I thnt
. , ,, - ,,vti.inT
he na III I KI-IO'I atlVllllO'T
-mats
because TOO didn't attend to your io
jgitimttebusine said," his wife.
Some Mcd'i Wievt.
"I tell you what it is," said one of
a small colene of wealthy men who
had met in the office of o'ne of their
number, "they may say what they
please about the use lessiiess ot mod
em women, tut my wife has don,e
her share in securing our success in
life. Kverybody knows that her
family was aristocrat'o, and exclusive,
and all that, and when I married her
she had never done a dav's work in
her life; but when W. & C." failed, and
I had to commence at the foot of the
hill again, she discharged the servants
and chose out a neat little cottage,
and did her own housekeeping uutil
I was better off again.".
"And my wiie," said a second,
"was an only daughter, caressed and
petted to death; and everybody said.
'well, if he will marry a doll like that.
he ll make the greatest nusla . of hia
life;" but when I ofimo home the fust
vear of our marriage aick wit h the
fever, she t nrsed me back to health.
and I never knew her to murmur ho
cause I thought we couldn't afford
any better style or more luxuries."
"Well genllemon, ' chimed in a
third, "I married a smart, healthy,
pietly t'iil, but she was a ret tilar blue
stocking. She adored Tennyson,
loied 011 nyron, read Lmerson, and
minted the frut baby Ralph Waldo
and tho second Maud, but I tell you
what 'tis,' and tho speaker eyes
grew suspiciously moist, "when we
laid little Maud in her last bed at Au
burn, my poor wife had no remem
bra nee ot neglect or stinted motherly
care, and the lil lie dresses thai still
lie in the locked drawer were all
made by her own hands." Journal
of Comment.
Somrlimrs It Will nappe a That Way.
From the Burlington Ilawkeye.
''Twenty years ago." said the eas
senger with the red ribbon in his but
lonhole. "I knew that man whom
you saw gi t off at the last station,
lie was a young man of rare promise
a college graduate, a man ol biillinni
intellect and shrewd mercanlilo abil
ity. Life dawned before him in all
glowing colors of fair promise.
lie had some money when he led
college, lie invested it in lniines
and his business prospered. He
married . a beautiful young girl,
who bore him three lovely chil
dren " - '
The sad looking passenger, silling
on the wood box : "All at one
time?"
The red ribbon jiassetijer: '"No In
biennial installments ot one. No one
dreamed that the poor house would
ever be their home. Hut in an evil
hour the young man yielded to the
trmplcr. He began to drink beer.
He liked it diank more. He drauk
and encouraged others to drink.
That was only faurteeo years ago,
a:.d he was a piosierous, wealthy
man. To d-y where is he ?"
The c ergyman in the front seat,
emnly: "A lot nd a Leggsrr
The red ribbon man, disconsolate
Iv: "Oh. no. he is a member of
Congress and owns a brewery worth
50.000."
Soiutlimei il will - happon that
way.
Geo. Cass anil Job. a Guy.
Quy bore a atlicking resemblance
to Gen. Lewis Cass, and while he was
projnietor of the National Hotel, in
Washington, the Michigan Senator
was among his favored guests. Guy
dressed like Cass, and although not
portly, his lace, including the wart,
was strangely similar. One day a
Western friend of the house camein
slier n long ride, dusty and tired, and,
walked up to the officer, encountered
Gen. Cass, who was quietly standing
there. Mistaking hiin for Guy ' he
slsiifd him oij the shoulder, and ex
claimed: ''Weil, old fellow, l ere I
am; the last time I hung my hat up
in your shanty, one of your clerks
sent me to the fourth story; but n iw
that I ha-, e got hold ot you, I insist
niion a lower room."
I .... . t .
The Ueiieral, a most utgnineu ier-
1 11. 1 .1 . 1 : ..
sona-jr, laneo annex oy iiu siaium
salute, coldly rrjilied: "You have
committed a mistake, Sir; I am not
Mr. Gov; I am Gen. Cuss, of Mn-hi
"in." and augerly turned aw y. The
Western innn s.iockcd at the uncon
scious outrage he had commiited; but
a 4
before he had lecovered lium ln
mortification. Gen. Cats, who ha I
tassed around the office, coutronted
him arzain. when, a second lime m s
takinz hira for Guy, he f iced him aud
said: "Here you are at last. I have
int made a d-vil of a mistake; I met
- ... . . . . .
old La a and took bun tor von, ami 1
am afraid the Michigandi-r has gone
..ff mad." What Gen. Cass would
hare said may well be imagined, if
the real Guy had not approached and
rescued the innocent offender frrm
l!ir twite-assailed and twice -aiigcrcd
Statesman From Aiiecod'fk of
Viihlir Men hj John Forney.
lmcriraa Women Dt;tncra(inj.
Cincinnati Saturday Night 1 . . .
I don't believe in the women ol our
day writes a - oon'ribntor to the
American Art Journal. I went to
ball the other night, the fust one in
five years, - I wanted tosee whether
the women inado any progress. I
found they have.
Yes, and il'a in the wrong way.
They formerly painted their cheeks ,
now they paint their face, neck,
shoulders and arms. It was hard to
tell niter one of these wrestling
matches I bclievo they call it walla
ing whether the women's faces or
the gentlemen's coat sleeves had the
most poirderoii them.. I would in;
gest to the "boys" tint they' put on
white silk anils when they dance with
these powder boxes.
I wss introduced to one of them.
I'll wager she would't weigh more
than 95 pouuds. In a conversation
of twn minutes she informed me that
she had been twice to Ktiropo, threa
times in love, once blown ii in a
steamer, twice injured in a railroad
accident, and once, alio added, the
heroine in a.ical novel, whi h wis
too lovely for any thing. At supper
I watched here clesfly, she ate twelve
fried oysters, a' plate of chicken salad,
somo bono turkey, three plates of ioe-
it-ream, besides drinking champagne, '
black coffee and ice-water. At 3 a.
sr. I left the ball room; she was still,
lancing. Her dress (or rather what
was left of il) was held together
by fifty jins, which she had skillfully
inserted hero and there.
At halt past 2 a. m, she passod olete
by mo snd cripd out: "Colonel, it is
delightful!" Next day I. met her
father; ho said some' hing about "Sis
not being very well this morning."
American women, sir, are degener
ating I Where arc the families of niae,
twelve, or fi teen children of the
"once upon a time Y" Where are the
rosy cheeked, robust, hale and hearty
mothers of forty, forty-fivo and fifty
that once graced our land ? The race
is run out; they don't exist any more,
If an American mother raises one or
two oMldren, she thinks it enough.
In a tew years we'll be out voted;
tin foreign element , will rulo the
land."" They iiierease ten to our one;
swarm about us; we're doomed. The
nothora ot '70 saved our land, the
mothers of our day have ruined it.
Too bad ! Too bad 1
Women rule the world for good
or bad.
A Model Tramp.
Detroit Fre Pro.
A modest ling at the door-bell of a
house on Brady street, called tho lady
to llio donr yesterday, t") discover
tramp, who, to her great astonish
ment. pulled off his hat and said:
"Mtdam, did a big tramp with on
eye, call here to dsv ?"
"Yes about an hour ago," she re
plied. "Ilia breath smelt of onions, didn't
.1?" -"Yes,
terribly. "
"And ho asked for mince pie and
cold beet tongue, didn't he?"
"Yes, to did. I never saw a more
impudent fellow."
"Well madam, I am following him
around to tell the people just what
sort of a fellow he is. Don't you
give him a mouunui net even
iii ink of water,"
' But you look like a tramp, too,"
she observed.
"Well. I is one, madam, but I don't
eat .onions, and never ask for mince
jiie. All I wants is a slice of bread
with a bone oi it, ai.d if they dips
the bono In in?gsr first so much th
better. 1 hose ot ns who sleep In tie
straw-slaok back here, wants to give
fanvliea a ehanoe to get through th
Winter, while that. 'ere chap with on
eye rushes around and demands the
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very luxuries 01 iiog' unu iibui-.
Dttn't eiicourat'o h'm ma'am; ho ean't
appreciate good willies after he git
em.
One of the wicked Boulevard week
lies of England tells an amusing story
sbout a lady desirous of socisl distinc-'
tion. She aecomianied a peeress to
the review of the LifeGuird,in Wind
sor Park,snd imparl information lib-,
erall v to her companion. 'The standard
b.-aier, with furled standard, loliowe.t
by a man 111 blue uniform, trotted ny.
Who are they? queried lady B. Oh!
dial's the doctor; they alwaya wear'
dark uniform, and that's his black
llag before him. Delightful man, the '
doctor.- We're on visiting terms."
Said an officer nir bv: " Pardon me
Madam, but the man in dark uniform
is a horse shocr."
' Full many a rose is born to bluh '
unseen and waste its sweetness on
the desert air;" full m.inyi a pound
of Imtter thiisi-em clean is but a
billing jdace for yellow hair.
Ml'iw old arc yoil,"Mxked a 5ndor- '
tor of a little girt who was trying to
ride mi h-tiflare. "lam nine at horn
but in the ears I am only six" and a
half".