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EUGENE CITY nilARn . AlerrIflcitormofwliid.ndr.nl from
MUUrlfl 1 UUi4HU the southwest itruck the town of l'ass
.- - i Manchac at balf past three, .weeping
T I rrrCH rrrir-orr . r f ' ever' buildin8 'n the place, inclnd
JLuVTESf AEWS SU3I3IAIIY; ingthedeoot and telegraph office. Ho
, live, were loit, but the citizen, lone every
, t TKLrasAPii to datk. tnin? ,n t,,e w"y of household effect,
1? V'The ranate has confirmed Ilarimnft fnr 1 the bouse to tale up the
Wollodorof St" . WISK PPortionmopt bill. I. believed by many
. u,"I,,"uul '"" observers to indicate ou te cariim v ilmt
00 .DDOrtluUment mnamircia will ....I
through the present congress. Cut the
... Tho senate liii. not vet reached (Iia
consideration of the Chin one treaties. ;
A button inann factory at Waterbiirv,
Conn., burned ou tho morning of Feb.
13th; loss, Si'OO.OOO. ,
, Officers are making extensive raid, on
' the low FttlooiU in New York Tl,
i.f i "high" one. are unmolested.
A safo In (iiirwhln AV itur.l
Utore In l'alemon, N. J., hh forced open
nd robbed of over $0,KK) worth of
' ut0, l(;lor anu John
J Anderson, sailors, ere killed at Now
m. iprk Fob. loth while hoisting ft must
which broke and full. '
l n. - i
t uurcne pacitet at aew Orleans
The following estimate la made of the
total amount oi manor pawing mrouif..
. I . , II . " -....,l. V......
tne niail uuring me year oi low;
K... .r ...li.ra M"0'! .! nml.l lard
117. VI IWt dVI UJ.jUUljBi . , fwtth 1
ll3.WU.Ui:.'; newspapers, 4,701,132; piece.
m ii niC Ciull oiuti
oi an ciatics, j,ow,w,o.T.
i Tli sAHlliatiMiiapn I mnlvrtll'n VkfTl
...a.- Auul.li-I.li.l hUtl.u '1'x.v... .1 PailfM.
tUt Inr-t-natiAiuil Ar fir, fit nrtarn fllltl
........ ii i i... at... v: if ...... X
'l.w,.a, . I mtiaj T-.l. f.. XUvuirli.
ro, and the jMlla k WidiiU compun
jen. Lave funned a bureau of information
ioiVe Vork concerning the KoutUnet,
its Jands and reaourceH, and are about
fl -tit ( . T
' xploded a donkey boiler, (earing away
PM of the forward cabin; dammeSl'OOO
vne limn W88 k 1 od. onn nr twn r.
I . i
ana eight moro or J cm .evorolv hurt
' ' Tho senate fommlttee on foreign affaira
lino rclcrrcd to, a eub-coiiiiniuee Nw
bury'srcioliitloii for a Joint committee of
trieaiinatii and house to invcatlgaie tho
j'n'u fishery frandi allegedly Prof.
'A: mnpfinf if ai,A ... .i ...
I. ,i . i T V. .. " "7imiiiizer. Willi
t'i f r''dbcldin J nuyuil Huli, Jjoston on
the 1 11th wo. preaidud over by tho mayor
r -IhiliiiMi ga Gen. JJ. y, Lutlcr made
Gen. Herman Till, formorly bualneas
.... and a promlnoiit member of the National
Guard ace dently and futally shot hi.,,
aelflaHtHuturduy at hi. homo, J5 Kabt
;,T.r!.Vb.eu.l,", "P r"' Maumbo river
w. i Jr ami u,e Potomac at
Waahinirlin n ll,li.u i .
iu.n- i1'1','!1 Xm maim,,n ot k carried
A Bpecial dianatch' report.' that the
Amerlead oark t V. Whlton, from Vic
toria..ancouvtrIuliiiiil r.. i ,i....
. ' " Willi
a cario of hh nifiii m.,i ,..i '
in f ii iiHiiore
... . i.uy, nearpvnxauce, Cornwall,
iter crew of ten mou were aaved with the
help of rockets,
A NflU' Vnrlr .liu..l. Ap ...
- . ; ",or"ii-"u' fi'Ui inn nay.:
Trie nri'ni ( n, u,.., ........ .i... . ,
!., " v """ruvuiiy oi winior,
but warm MJiiHhine makes bad odors from
renreHuntative who Iirh it in .i
tuiuiiiuuv uiBi it win ie paMxed by the
hoilHn niol. ari.nlr un.l r... :.l .. l .
nJi r. uw in janus and reiKJurcea, ana are i
opjioHition ia apprehended in the senate, oneuiuif similar oHicc. in London
During thw wek endina tha 12lh 120.. I connection with the bureaiiK will
405standurd nilvpr ilnlln l.l.wl I mil i ii tu i ii n.1 a A iuul n if rf" aw.i lu mlnamlu
aiiirist 138,0(17 for the correnjoiiding week agricultural and other production, of the
of IHW. $4,610,000 in gold bullion were section represented, so that all may oi
transferred from (ho New York away taiq an accuratekuowle lgeof the country
olhie tothemlntatPhiladHlphiaforcoln- which invite, them. Geographical and
age into eagle, and half eagles. This bydrogmiihic map. wijl also be prepared
makes an aggregate of neurly $10,000,000 and distributed from those ollice, to
In gold transferred to the Philadelphia show tho character and formation of (ho
soil, the various water courses, available
water power, (be location of mineral do-
noMits. and the rainfall and heiiltlifulrufw
of the country. The same plans which
resultod siicceshlully in peopling Kansas
and Nebraska aru to h trin.l in numw'.
lion with tha southwest.
mint thin iniintl
bradstreets circular of Feb. 11th asya:
The probable totai ric-e crop of Iouisiaua
will not exceed two hundred barrel". The
loss cannot be lovs than $000,000. It is
probable that, owing to the disappoint
ment of two fteiirtnim In iniiaal..n ili
aereagu devoted to rice will bethis'year
couhlderably diminisned, though there is
unuuuuiuoiy a siea'jiiy increasing con
sumptive demand for all domestic rice.
AsfftV rollllliiHHlnniira ivlm I. una .,...
J .v... n ..v vu Li;ru
engaged in the U. K mint at Philadelphia
ii nuverui uays lesiing me coinugu oi the
various mints of the country, have com
pleted their work and will report tho re
suit of the test to the presfdeutln a few
(lavs. It in iiii.Ii.i-sitiu,.l )... .i..
. .vw IIH. Vbl Mill II i:
It't'tS Wem diNcnvurml In oninin,. (...I
at the Curson mint, but that none of such
coin had been put Into circulation.
The New York Tima un It u.,,a -
1 ' " w " ..O . A "
peeled bv tho American commission for
i iu revision ot tho .New Testament that
tho book would bo published and ready
for delivery In this country by the present
uw( urn ii i now am ounccU on the
Biithoritv of a nil, l 11 lllrill f .ll Mllf.t.tA.1 frH
vr. i hillipheholi; president of the Amer
lean commiMdoii, that publication will
not be mado for some timo,
Tllfl NtoulllHliin .Inwintii
rrom Havana to New Orleans, broke upat
J o clock on the 0th on Hhin Wand. The
passengers and crew were all saved after
seven hours' Hnati
total wreck and nothing can ho savod
from her. The valuo of the steamer was
$200,000. The storm along the coast was
the several fur ru in. 'i ii.,ro u ...
j ia uH till
entire wharf or boat house between Mis.
siMhlppi city and Jiiloxy.
ju responso to inquiries sent from St.
8torle ef Ca'fl-pUjlnj.
Many strange stories are told of card-
t , . , . 1. " mIm. . an ..inniinl r f m aIiII.1 lminry
UUUft, ITS. HI VVWMM .
l....ll..t ,Am Ttnrlmm in 17:(.ri
nl. ..A . . un 1 .' I .n.jn.1 1 1 1 n M...lnai
xuo pure in wui-icu ntii w
.... i.- , i.:n:. ...I :t nn
Ul.H III Illlir HIIIII1UUB. mill 1. W H
llm Atii.naita n'da A nnnint llttlfl
nubhsbed in 1TM, and entitled, "Tho
Amnacmenta of Clermrmon." has a ffood
deal to say about cards. The titlo of this
work is somewhat misleading, as it al
ludes to most "amusements"
A (ll'EE HIEE TALE.
I A atary (hat Mis Told la lk
From tha London TelrTb, D. SS.J
The Span lli Widow.
In middle-class 8pain, the lady c
irroin u inuuu irHr.u, n i uor servant "aiy uauBbter: thr ii.
A eorru.iKin.lt.nt forwardi tha ful ow na II- . . . " luey "Veo
lustraUon'of th. supomtitlou auiunsst the V i?." ,0?Un.?. nt mac
ana 7 . ."r.. , "a " Dlle. ana cei
. I TAinlv lllftn ili-.l,,linn 41.. - . . 1
"'j u.i'iiiig vu iuo pan of tb
misireaa nersolf, sino
oiien unsu with he
im. -V.- .V .,.. ;7.Van . .n . ; . ur "room made n
tolaar7.UtoVUknoM to. very "It n
one living in the Grcstitreet outMido the Cliien !lr" ouce. f"0 says; it was big ,n,
Uun Frmit ruti.i t l'ukiu. ium ti.it fv.ir i. mine; now. it is only minol" Yt .1,. 1..
only to I surnKwed to hve occurred: I never moved, with all her du.stinir an
the a curtain Mngpo man sept a droRgint s siiop empresa, has never moved Lis thin, t
; I'ckin. Havinc made a irood deal of moncv van an niflnn. in . 1. 1 T'
UUVD A MWW him MWvivu 4y v Unx.u IV llfllV MVUMVUi I hvwi i All
prove thorn unlawful, at least for the A certain Ningpo man kept a droRgint's shop empresa, lias never moved
ideal pastor. Not only the cards, hunt- Having made a good deal of money was an olllcor in the army, her husWi
ingand theatre-going prohibited, but the I I Z " ,S ,0.' here. on it. . accustomed
flXAXCIAL ASM COMSEKCI AL
' PoiiriAxii, February 18, IHSI.
lfnl U'ndf r iu I'tfrtloud, buying, tar, and
selling at p:ir.
Kilver ruin in rortlsnd bnnsi quote at I por
cent, dittfliiut to pur.
'oiii cjcchaMga on New York, 1 ivr cout. nru-
Coin exclianuo 00 8uu Fraucinui. inr tn I tor
Teleirrnpljic Iraniferi on Xoir York, t iwrrttL
guiiuruiiy conniuuruu iuuwvui, ruureu
tionn nf fiHlu'nf. flinnfi ami tnuHia nra
, 01 1 pu if 111 vuaign ui iiriuuw. jj im vuuiuru
equally intordictod. In fact, tbeamnao- proved emlnoutly incocuHfu, and ho grow rich.
nlvA tliAiiiHpl vna intn cnrilnninir fnr an I reuon that tho druu'l ttorccl ill the wun lionui
outdoor, and shuttlecock for an indoor worf ,liab, .,0 daP or I""1(,T t,,in
amusement, the worthy author strongly fV'"l''i . , ,e 'l'" work.,,n
. ., 1 1 bj I tlio warvliouiM) lie lined countantly to notioo tho
commending this childish cramo as one I nr..i.t i.i i. 1...1 ...... , .
...... w , . , I flw uv uwi cut otx-H iianoiuu uy 1110
.uu. b"v u wviwot, iuuci us uoor. iiiuugu ne sorely longeu to try to make
cheerful, docs not empty our pockets, acquaintance with her, ho wan rcHtraiued by her
and requires littlo skill to loarn. lie- medest and retiring demeanor. Time went by
speet the man who invented shuttle- fnd ,onfl dtty " olJ gentleman with a long
cock." As might bo expected, this writer . 4rd "d lLa,""'' on "tsfl CttlIud at beuncle's
is very severe on cards. lie denies their irV'tl.o coumo of conversation h
utility, even as tho means of amusement that he came from the borders of Huensl and
for tho sick and acred, enforcing his Kaimii. ami lm.i nri,riiiv h. ,i t,. ... ....
. , , 1 -, ....... . .. ... . .Hilt lJ to-
opinion by the anecdote of an old lady, capo from tho Mahometan disturbances in the
who, having "lost the use of Lor speech wwt finally, ho said that he often remarked
and both of her bands by a paralytic "I,,ICW work in the warehouse, and had
IT i: It 1 t 1 . . I HIT I Bll UL1 IIV 1IIH H I1II1I I lit 'Mm .llfl III. Ill IKF.mAA
affection," was advised by her doctors
to play whist for her amusement.
A friend sorted and held the cards
before her nnd thn nufionf nn.l.l.i.l nt tha
one sho wishod played; but it unfortu
nahily happened that tbeso signals were
occasionally misunderstood, which
"throw the old lady into such fits of
fore bought warehuoM for storing drug, ami fUouRh " was likely to come in and put
K..t I I. .1 . . it:.. .. I it On. AHll tlltUM nnf wii i a it. .. .1:1. ' !
put in 111 vuaign ui iiriuuw. ill. vuuiuru i , . m (juj limy guj
b aiuu goou-uvo, 10 tno barrack or tie
parade-ground, thcro hangs hi. sword it
his bod-head; there, on his dreinff
tublo burns his star of honor; theia
1 1- t . . are
11 in uooio, ins unuorm and Lei
"Ahil1 sho weeps, as his deattl
uujr uuiuus uroiUKl, "pouro cito I
wu uucnoque ua siao a mr nni
. 1:111. .-11 1 . .
pour muB leuow; now goou 110 was to
me!") And, then, in a llood of scaldin.
fmi In tl,,.t . 1. . 6
v.o, iu 1.1111L. luiuuj UUIU, BllO Knwli
and prays to La Virgon de los delorej
she Bushes away her simple -meal, the
fried ogg, tho punchoro, tho cup of black
coffee; she wanders iip aud down the
I.... Hil l ! .
uoubo. aix: 11 18 80 lonely w
1 i a,, , "nD"u uuom iron
p - Te r 1 nns'z z 10 rr,roHj
A .ndslrench of dyiuTvir! ft. i? " .U , .V.11?"1 f"P !"- -I.w that -o
"angers health. ' -v luu "'to sudiien nnd bo
Aim,.,. 1 . vera tliunges in the Weather is verv
fl'l"-njpro.rlr.tion bills limvo I "liuht and only In few locXit' f ho
"'I0W bot'll renortml tn il... l,n..o .Im iu .1. . '. "VlV im
pwj by tin. bo.iv. ,7 , ti ii rriu..ii .... ... ... "i"" m
civil dell7.i..i.o 1 . . 1 1 i ...7 1. . 1 . .. Y . ' vaw,
. . . """,iii ii 1 ru in coumu
-of preparation by the committee on ap
i: propnations, and tho river and harbor
A special from Hf 1. rait. ill TuVoa
, ......T , ... ' o"y"
amH.V""1 L:'-',.ollh o,wa. MtJre'd
and the voto of nineteen of twentythreo
pree.nctH stolen. It i prwumed Jbo the
;" ,7" .Vl BU"! one connected w th the
federal court before which a large number
' of c.thon. were to bo tried this week on
charge of violution of tho election laws
TI10 IVI.ili. I, .
1 v conn nmriia s n pro
Kress In New York city. Gov. Chamber-'-
Wo inane a vigorous and pointed spec I?
denouncing mMr u,ilrliidly and
harsh tho trial of Wl.ittU.ir by a court of
' np.lry and announced he w'ou d "J vo
the niL'n n. v...... 1.. ..11 .. . .
ro.il.r i "-"v""' " ' iroillilo 10
( could. Iholestlmony was mere repoti-
f 1.t;,mIorSUnl.;y Mathews have but
justice of the supremo court. Only two
kufo ah,.,'? r,liCiry
ii.m.,l,.. . .'l,,",",l"r? seven
posoi: to it.
j im aneroiarv of war
............ .1 ,,wo 'i'
1 ' i'V..H.rB tun rAiiimt 11 .
of iim V i "CBiruii" uy tire
01 toe army headquarters at Prescott
Arizona, ai.,1 added that the ge m-ral , f
! teim ";,,ttc,, 'o
': era? " 1,0,1 by 1 10 ,i-'r'',".i8ter gen
eral.t A appropriation of the ninm.nt
''SdX,Jjed,nTe,y ,K,' iH y
- uu.nJationsriilds1 oZ, w!
v win h.,1. , '.i1' 11,0 '"'Nirea item
" Miviuiiuu m uio
prospects fair to good. Honoris from
Illinois are particularly encouraging, and
indicate a lurgo yeild und excellent qual-
A fatal railway accident occurred ten
luruiwenio' rami. tiiiiios.atOn.
VV.il 8t" ."Ntl. A V0,IHtrncti train
v.. . u iiiiHsissippi railroad was
nig lowarua uweneco to give a uas
enger train nin-s.it'Htinriiiu..M io...i...
u. , ,e iram im.i beeu laying new rails
a d taking up old ones, and had a flat car
ru jU8. in iront or the caboose,
unrn I.. I... 1 '.... i norKUien
.. . v 1 id paHsenger traiu was
7 .7 unuHI ' """ "fder to make
r I.. u..m ano 1110 iwo collided with 1
learfu shock. The engine of the passon
n-. . .... turuuKu mo cabb(Ne, push
. ..a'.,H,'W ".".".'"K OBSHri Of
"v j'"ii.g nu ouiers.
The poKtoilice department was recently
nformmlofthelosaof a huu, of mono?
whh li was being transported in a regis.
Si?:: i: i MonX
.. . . .... ,.,lllrUin,r 0I ,0 co ,
i . 1 r U P"st tnnstor general ren
dered a decision 011 the subject, in which
he says that the report of the NnapVett
Ims renorted K H r .W'V? "'ade '"Vcstl-
. . ... , B " '.ii iiiii.i ...u 1.1 .t . in i,,uu ......
Home I'roonre narbet.
The following quotation rcjirraont the whole
sale rte from producer) or fimt hnd:
FliOUJt-Stundard brar.da 4 73; Ixml country
bran.lf, f4 231 40, iiirliuo, .$3 75(j
S,?.Vr;Va""y S306- rii Oregon 2025
HJIfcAr (iiHl tochoine, 1 30.
IIA V Timothy baled, buying at $lflfe$I8 x.-r
POTATO MKU, 70c rctl.
MimLL(iS-$20(.i,221i 'hurts $18; (hop feed
nn v W'' 'tll r' ton.
HKA.N .(ohl.iiig ut Msr ton, $l l(Jj$la.
OA M Feed, jvr bushel 4042 eta.
BACON Sides, Ucj linim, OremnSC 121(5)
I4f! l-.l..r., IIAl.t... .1 Pi - .,. f."
r t ,r . . .ioui(icr, luotiJo.
f'AJR'J-lnk.lZ; lutms, l.lo
BbTTtlt Wo quote clioiro dairy at SOaS.to
g'HKi irran roll, 3740: ordinary, 18(,u
whether brino or roll.
DRIED PitUlTd Applet, Buu ,irieJ 8fl9(
tiiacliinodriod, 12jo. l-.,ars, inacliiuo dried,
llolA", flams, mai'liiuo dried, 1 ."!( lie.
Apple), market uverntorkcl, at 40(7oo Kr
EOfiS-liOo -r doi
rOL'LTllV Uou) and roo3tcin, $21o.;il Tur
kcvi.i.i..w. 1 i! 'Z.f.:1 .
T., ...i .r0,t'?on' I-'llc; Culifoniia, lc
IK K.S Dn-nMiT B,i 1:1.. . .... r....i ...i,..
nn..,, .J("jv, uu iu...., l.IiJUU.
riu' l o L,IV0We,K ".-. p Hfeie.perlh.
" i"' ijuouioia at fije.
!' " ?rPc,,narkit lirm ' 1Bc for flrstn-lass
try; OCioloforgruen; cull), oue-ihird oil'.
. ,,j 17 o nun iiirj IJ jf,(JUUf
and he would like to marry hi) only daughter
to 1dm. lie had suflicieut money to make lib
eral arrangements with regard to" tho tromwean
mm .luiui.K jircxciiu, anil woum not quarrel
about term). Tho young man, being o far
from his homo at Ningpo, wan not betrothed
to anyone Ilia nndo thereforo gladly accepted
tllO l.mnOHftl. Ab hnfll nartim n ..r.. utm
. . ' . . 1 v. niiaiiui-11
, - , "'7 m resin, overytliing wa nett ed and the mur-
fury that she derived injury rather than riage ceremony performed without any
sum Hum vuia iireaenpiion. iJOan I oeHHary lormality.
ltamsay in his "EominiscenceB," tolls a Wnun "'e time came for tho brido to unveil
gi.uoi.ijr oiurjr ui uuoiuer OIU latiywnOSO I iu-siuhi, u mu iiurer yei neon Her,
DasHion fnr -nr.lu ia ,,ni, !, i. I w-as moat anxious to know what )!. was liLn
i 'i - '"i iiuynru,
liinunds nro unalterably op.
- ., . , , ""in me loss was
acciden tal and without fault of the co...
minor, uui were it otherwian nml ii
bo shown Hint Hi.. l..uu .. ... '
trae or, it m not perceived that any right
f art on would thereby accrue to this
In ui ri imiiit ..... .. :,. . . ",,n
.mi nui's lie loss or n.i.i
...... ".....M.nmiuon tno part of aeon-
tractor const tut 1 rV. "
iimwiu iiiifi iii'iiH rr rtiaiia v .I..- . . M
n.n..iri.... ti.. ."'r:,""v".'. ",a uleH8 OI
.. ...... ... rttierreu to.
BICE Markot quoted at China, iJ ; Sand
Jt.o, 16ial7c. '
TEA-VVe quoto Jaau in laquered boxes 50o
SL'G.UiS-SamhvicI, JUnd, lomlc; Golden C,
III I. rill I l.iJi It 4 in . e . (ii. '
i ru I 'ii ' """'" nifliieu DDIs, 1 jo,
if bbl) i,12ej I'ulveriZodbbl8,12c, hf bbls,
l.tlc. t Irani ila....l l.t.l.. 1.1. '. r . . . 1
PAI1 LN f'-a boxes, $1 75: hf boxoa. 2 7.1
. -i"" ul" i io, co ouu-i; por
I"r1 60 ' fk"'ol. P"rdo iu caies,
.6.to,?i rr K"1' 80c '
tlure -t ahforma per gal, $1 to $1 25; im
f)ortediM,rgaJ,$l 00 to $2. '
ii"7"; . l5JH!rKaI' 11 Suto f,0; Sixin
Jbu,.1 to$itj assorted branda, $ia to 18
.mportcd per gal, ti 50 to $7.
tr.;wr'0jb.rand,in()rcsli8' 50 to $5:
flPIKITS-Kiueold Ileiineasy Ilmndv in qr ck)
James Htewart A (V, Hootch U'hiskv in qr
rk and octaves, ft ; Hcnnesay Brandy ill
case, .,, very fine-1 star $10, j ,,ar
t H E&ftilV 1Uy"d U'n' lr eass.
. ,-0i 01,1 fo'nlim in cases, $12: Uve
. .. h?,kjr!rrl'W 50 to5 ourb.m, wr
gal, J 50 to i ; A Cutter, $3 23 to 3 50 :
0 k Cutter, $4 50 to $r, '
How a Settler Vs cttled.
against tho establishment of the whin!
latod of Tom Cm-win . ...
....- !. , " ' vino
"'""i 11 uen uorwni ti.nn
man. was sent to th.. i...: ! ., 8
n.m . .. " "'B'MBlUrO
v. UIDIUOIIU'IM Wttrt ti. i.itM...!..
Dassion for rnnlq uu mipl. that .l,n
played them even on her death bed;
and, expiring before the conclusion of
kuuio, uer punnor iook ner cards,
and tho players finishod the rubbor bo-
iu cauiiig ior assistance.
According to Scottish superstition,
Clnnils Castle encloses a band of vet
more inveterate gamesters a certuin
wicked Earl and his associates, who, four
uemuries ago, oeing remonstrated with
by a DioUS elini.l.iin nwnrn flint l,o
"would continue cnrd-iilaviug to tho end
of tho world." The legend states that
tho room in which they sut immedi
ately Sllllk linilor tl.n emltln on.l tl,,..
H ..w ...... , H .1 IIIUIO
the cumblers nlnr still flu. mftl,. nf i,
, " 1 J , .MW .MVW JL .ua
tlico und tho voices of tho gamesters be
ing amliblo on stormy nights
Tho lovo of cards still OX 1 nr. in 17 net? in
An old uumber of All The Year Hound
(rives nn amusinrr nnncdntA nt a 1,U.,;.,
" , o ... M 1IUBQ11U1
priest who was so dovotod to thi9 amuse-
mem uint ne ptayed up to tho last mo
ment befs-re commencing tho Church
oviwuL-n. ono occasion, having a
particularly good hand dealt him, he
thrust tho cards into his pocket, intend
ing to return nnd finish the game after
tho service. Unluckily the cards fell
out on the church floor, to the extreme
bcnnnai oi tno congregation. The witty
priest, however, was fully enual to tho
occasion. At the conclusion of the ser
vice he bockonod tip ono of the choris
ters and asked him tl.n nnmna nt n..l
" w DU.C1U.
of tho cards, which the boy know cor
reotlv. Ua then
the namo of tho next Saint's day, which
tho child could not toll.
"Soo." criod the Driest. tniTiinw tr il.n
oongregaUon, "you teach yotir children
uo ""men oi every cam in tho pack and
leave thorn ignorant of their roligion.
Lot tins be tho last time I am compolled
to bring playing-cards into tho church to
shamo yon," nnd picking up his hand ho
mado an honorable retreat. fLondon
- ....... nt.v r. ii n 1 1 j (
At tllO Hint vlAl.cn. Whnt. ... liia l..v tn .l.u..n..
or that she was the girl he used to see walking
past the warehouse. The niarriaco was s hannv
ono. Ifo was tho fondest of hnabands and sho
the most loving and dutiful ot wires. Before
long tho young man's father in Ningpo, wish
ing to see his new daughter-in-law, wroto and
told hi) Son to brine wr Iwmin mi a vlit I'l..
son accordingly made preparation) to start off
as soon an .mail!, 1. 1 V... tl.n l. .i i.
" . I . uiv inn, mt. ,,r mo
beforo hi) departure the uncle, who had not
been homo for many years, was constantly
A1 m m. n 1 .....
-....iiS m i,w uuuko, as no iioxl a thousand
tilings to talk about reminiscences to recall,
i.ajui io ue acnvereu ana the like.
When the momeut for them to cot.ui.enco the
Journey actually arrived the undo wont across
fix tl. a:. i . . .
. iwt ..luu vo aay gooa-nyo, but to bis
astonishment neither nephew nor niece was to
bo found. After a fruitless search he went to
the houso of rim cirl'u r.iti.... ... ...... if i.A . .
. n... . iiiim-i . J new .1 no rouio
learn anvthimr thorn. lint tin ra wan nn
f 4 v nwiliu 11UIIMI
standing, merely two or three wretched little
rooms in ruins without doors or windows. He
mado iiK.uirics among the neighbors, but nono
of them know anything of the old man or the
....uimj. iviTj uung was tnen plain. The old
man and his daughter were foxes and had mado
sway with the young hnsband. But stranger
than anything elso was tho fact that from that
(lay forth the drugs stored in the warehouse
became just as subject to mould as thoso any
you! she says. and. at nitrht l.or i...-
bursting with-its load of trouble, she I
jus nerseii to sloop, tier crucifix clasped
to bor breast, her pillow wet with tears
Sunshine, thank God, in Spanish sorrow'
often bursts upon the glittering land',
soapo ero tho clouds have floated awar
Kilt ll.n ..In... In ...1 . ll.' .
. .no uuuui lumiii, iney come in.iV
at tho recurrence of every day of his
the lost one's saint; at every sight of Lij '
"uio inings; more is not, as in English,
sorrow, a steady cloudy season, and then
sunlight, bright and steady if some
what mellowed and autumnal in jbj
glow. f Temple Bar.
A Remarkable Tear.
A Short Sermon ou Charity.
At tho Stamp Window.'
Just beforo 11 o'clock in tho forenoon
thoro were thirteen men ami oue woman
at the stamp window of tho postoflico.
Most of tho men had letters to post for
ho Eastern trains. Tho woman had
something tied up in n blno match-box.
She got there first, and she held the sit.
nation with her head in tho window and
uoui eiuows on the shelf
'I war axed by trwhite man do odder
day, remarked de old man as he wiped
oft the end of his noso, "how much poul
try dlS Club WOlllil RBn,l nn. n .In nn
. . - . " . IU u UUU
for deir Christmas dinner. 'When I tole
him we shouldn't send as much as ono
of a lean pullet, he abused me as
selfish an' hard-hearted, nml
me a long sormon on chnriry. Now let
me say a tew romarks. In do fust place,
poo people am jis as much a fixture in
ais world as do sun or moon. Dey have
alius bin an' alius will bo. I nebbar yit
foun' a poo' man who wanted to better
his condishnn dat ho didn't havo lots o'
chances to do so. It am no mo de biz-
ness 01 ( e sun tn olimo fnr ,.:
I . -" vuw K..UU
c ass. If de poo' expoct it, it am bckase
ob deir cheok. Let mo ax you what
good it does for a family who am libin'
on meal an' bacon an' tea to find a big
Christmas turkey cn do table? ' Ten
timo out o' 'lflven it. .rill i,u nt.i ...
........ . QU1U HI
do nearest grocery or saloon. When it is
cooked an' eaten it
one sick. Gibin' ole clozo to de poo'
makes 'em lazy. If a man kin git his
iiu.ii mum wori, wuat b he nso of work-
iu t liUiirv mn nnr. nnt f.ti
Viewetl from a business staml point, the
IWW yuor uua oeoa a remnrkuble one
IIVAlmM. 11.. . 1 1 11 .. .
iuuuuiji ma most rumarKiiuio in the his
tory of the country. There has been a
great revival in trade, and tho volume of
legitimate business during the year was
beyond all precedent. The improved
condition of affairs was tho natural re
sult of large crops, a good export de
mand for our products, the growth of the
uuu-y, me noavy influx of gold from
Europe, and tho completo restoration of
confidence, growing out of the success of
specie pnyments. One of tho most grat-
uying leatures of im has been tha
greatest falling off in the number of
luunres ana amount of liabilities of sus
pended merchants. The growth of the
country anu tno large additions to the na
tional wealth during 1880 nro. strikingly
illustrated in tho products of the soil of
Vflii.il. . 1 jPTBr nin n,m . '
"""" ruiseu 4o,uuu,uw bushels of
wueai, ioo.uuo.uuu bushels of corn, 413.
ouu.uw ousneis of oats, 24,000.000 of
u,uw,uw umes oi cotton, to say nothing I
uwu, ougar, rice, nemp, nay
nnd other crons. and tl. l.n n.. ,in.
products, which will yield an immense
uu. ui mouey m me Bggreguto. In plain
words, tho United States now raises
enough to feed1, her own 50,000.000 of
uuuiD uuu aiippiy mo uencicncy of the
civilized world. During tho year more
mm..! lauruuu nave noen ouilt, more
w.mouuuuuons anu combinations havi
been entered into, more freieht and
songors have been transported, more
.ucj vaiuou uuu more interest and div
idends paid than in any former year. The
commerce of tho country during the
year has mado rapid progress, and caused
r ha rTmtn.1 CJ 1 1 . .1 .......
- v.. ouiiea io taK0 Mln higher
rank, being now third among the com
mercia! nations of the globo I Evening
runishlng a German OlHoer.
ty v-- KB tlUiUIJ
"T ti.nr,. ai.ni. V . ' . l. u,e 10 ual lufta (lftt hard work
i Alt rilfA P.at'e ,n tlli'' C0UDt'y fm only tol t,llU n,e"- I'ou can't find me
nu DUUUUK". i ion cases oi sulloriu' poverty in Detroit
"Do yon send aail there?"
"Well, a Woman livinir nnv .1n- i. l
mo to miul this box for her. I guess it's
Sho said it ought to
, 7 "" I'.uimrmorv io "lump i i. i mcuim o in Knvni . vn.it. i : r iuo one u . mn i i.Knr . i..i . ,
wiui hard tn r..ii.iii7.T .i " H I which mn in. t . i-'M'-rs, hiiu .i inexperience or Corwin h i.,.n.-..n i .7 . uu" ozen
tlonS : 1,0 r, w'rB V Z. 10 A,""'--H. wel" dofend the whinS.n hJS. M lotters. but oman had lots
... umiu im wurr on ... . wi iiiu iiMiritt ih.HA i and 0(iiit-iM.i..i i... ;na. ri uwv
wiiii'ii BLitiir ain. ii a i. i ii i Biiiiriakti at .k r ... . - v ui aaii 1 1 1 iiurrur irtrt n.. ar..i
-1 : ." ""-voriii oi norror t hroiiL.h V " ",D ""'"uiciur.Hi ror tno n.ir.,. .
inu eoiinirv in iwr.1 .... - i i ariioi rr.ir. ... ...... . ...,.n.. .
or ,i " Jr. rr"auient to onnoso I "Xow
. i.inu, mi ii in raa
, U...H oi-.k vuci
in. n. ........ .. ...... .
Clislor'a i .: . ? ,". of
S J aT: ,'l'lwi Iu Iran
the .Un,.,r,'r riv,ir ""ions under
" l.n7 im .iouof tul,,:uu t'JitTord. this
f-The I lmttta Wa...rA .
fOllowiug: ior mmnvl... i..li. 1 1
bor tiiiiium ... i ' vM..niiu nr
niiMv ... i i . ' ""Provemeiu ami
lnMn..l.....l - ' r
a a y
J 1 ""r1 "! ' the UhI of il..
' Z l ft r'0"1" of ork is
,? ; Of
i' ..-.i Li " ""oietio and lol-
rob., river rom J'ortland to he w
. Ill tldlllirl.nral ........ k . ,.'v.rfBt
.,,: f- .u'u i voiumt
lila.i lli.vin v ' '
nw: u,;",ll meetings are
Z . S J'7.'. . to denounce
i.wt . J n Bverntnont and pro-
......... a ,.,ucl ujiou ii unuer v.
Si m."J,T ,h".t cofri,'oa lted
Will fall of ua end. v - ',, . J""lu
1A1KHK EtiAX, Treasurer.
i V. ; ,OJ ? DH1; wrl' contams
iv . 'wmsas follows-
IT,'1!? Jwucsco mint-Sal I'
HHij wages of workers and adiusteri.'
.1 " V . " -u,"" ni-cewary o win.
&n fJ"!'r'nJn""e bons', o,, ';
ui,... ."m, .Montana
u i . " "l "" i iiy. Idaho
, 'rn-, in,)th wanes. $!( n i-
inildeUtaU. iiunsi i.-... ' T rs, .I-,HV.
0.11,-e of the U,:"" -"
v.- " Ki-."erai,
nT,i,lai,n,one i"wtr.U.n in
ouUrelynt all tho Wm.,
.1.. l,... n.7i i.n. 7l . '. . . prwume
spun thoorios. You know M w" , , r 8ieo.a, Lor 8wtt,r. an'l I pro
1 was born in tho S tat nV r.'" L5.!' "h?.ilM W or how to plant 'em."
to thin has Wn "r "T: . . oneof the crowd.
A law similar .7,1. :i ' ' ...r1 necl,cul-
in f..r- i Jl' "" or years
. vi a La 1.1111 L .li.li) Wl- Ii iiim . A . rtr
,u jo liriiomiuioua .1 ir..n nf -
l,n,l,.i. .T . -'"'"an.s. uut of
l.i. i. 7 vl iiiem to buow
Thttif. "'"munity afterwards."
V U A a aill aVIIM 1 1 1 1 '
and gravely r,n..T vurw ,u MOse
"I haveuftrn n,ln,inn.i r .
to oU tin, rur- "PeMer,
. jn ht"u wuy mere was sucl
an immense emio-mt r. i, . '
riaiued it to my entire satu,facUon."
vrin a rcimu .nn. in
at.d .....n.i 1 immeai-
lue t(Mi nf ii,n. ..i
who w-r n." ".r.T"""" "raeitte.
biskmaaters u7 riV 'T.P0
.i , . "i wiuiont
-1.7.3: iL JPar4eI troubles
-JCcrrespondcnce of the London Em-
-- . Ill jvin.i
Wliarde snlTnrnra am ,..,t ,l;..)
lblo fur deir condishnn, an' whar dey
couldn t improve it if dey would. Charity
means to forgive faults in their follow
nien. It doan' mean fcedin' loafers an'
lazy-bonesos. Dis club wUl help a widow
nr nn m...l,n.. 1 .. 1 '
. , , . : " "'i'""". out wuen ltcomestotho
cents said tho clork, after gmeral poo' dey shall bavo neither svm.
II tllOrn .1 VTlfinn ii.D.'.ln I Mnthv 11. .r nl.l TI 1 . r . i ... . .
"w ,, ' , iuui intended
cenw- I dat one-half the wor d i,n.,i.i !. i....
me, but how you do to support tho other half loafin' aroun'
I fl A filinn 1.1 1... i i I
thirteen men began to push UterTdT ZCt
UrOlin.l Anil fullr nl.n... I llnttmt 1.'... 11 -
, mmh nuuub I "wvii l ira X ress.
A True Inc dent.
On board Mm .-ll...n.i .i n,
, , "i-iuimi Bimer eeawan-
haka was one of the Fisk University sing-
erS. Ueforfi lnnvmrr 1,.U: -.'
, mo uuiuiuii steamer
and committing himself to the merciless
o vwoimjTiastenea upon him
self and wifo life-preservers. Someone
Vi rf the wife,
enniTni" ruVunl.uPe' exctTt as she
could cling to her husband. This she
did, placing her hands firmly on his
shoulders an.l win.. i ' ... , 18
,... , lot- umii ner
strength becoming exhausted, she said:
lonrP; " tKnl'"."' . T "Me
,ud icspouBo oi tne wearied
a 7, lu(l iiiose sweet
r'.?0i7t)a those troubled waters
r? 18 no writin& inside."
VV ell, there may bo. I know she is a
as he tried to get to tho window
, up!" called another.
Ibero ought to bo a separate window
..lfor oua! growled a third.
Then it will tako twelve cents!" she
fffilSf1' 1138116 f-ound
"Well, I'd better pay it, I guess."
Pm... i,n- "V . lW0 "nTtfre. ""i oer inosetroubled waters
S Lrr,rlnC"le.? -nt rt?,?" ,7-of the sinking and Sy"
ni ,iJ ,r- 1 sue nastiea out a alu tney know thoso 'sn-nnt
eigS "A" Aunt. -I n0, flT thcyTonCtet
cenia in.iKr c lue lwee ,-:r- ' - y "OK. one alter another
minnfL. in DUBluenoonBumedfour - "J0 exnausted ones were seen ria
ShSEZ ff TA " "!. "kiug ' 5-J. obow the oveXw
there iw;."? fffort in this
But .nm. ,nswe- ' "'" Prayer
' "" "J uauuwrm
uu. woniHn rimnn.... ... i .
Twenty tho iissm. I d .ti r! I7J ,a,??'
nn.. KUIia OI UUSI-
- ---. -. b ouiuieniv UH)k her a-rnv
from the window. I sixtr .Lnn ifTM
Rock nf a ifb .
TT-.i u,m b'd "y!lf in Taee
with the song seemed to come strength-
another and yet another was encourS
thirtoen m-n I "youa me . . . : in ttie distance
gone their war. an.1T"".ul,ra oa fatill Siniring
to the window, handed in fC x d 8gtn' S "
aid. ll.rm B imni im .,,.1 l: . . I boat, nnnn .kink iv . luo
te " belM T T', rmaelf' wh0
lLa-iT-pUJy." eet 'Rock of
A Sln.f.int at . ... .-
beimrti:! TTr7: ?."Mly.fKe on
A court-martial decision, which has
" " proioumi sensation in German
military circles aptly explifies the rigid '
impartiality with which justice is dealt i
out in tho Fatherland to all those who '
wear uniform, bo they, aristocratic ofti- I
j.er-8 or proletarian privates. It appoars
that for nearly a year past Capt. von
Uraevemtz, quartered with his regiment
in iiudwigsburg, had persecuted a young
Soldier bp nnrrinir tn I.;. J" 8
--oo mo Luiiiiiunr so in
cessantly that at last the uufortunata
man, driven to desperation bv the op
pression to which l.o ." u.-.....1!
summoned up courage to demand i day's
leilVe from hia tnrmn.itn. .
., , , -wmouw,, VUWIUg lUai,
nstantly take his own life. Alarmed at
tuis threat, vim fii.oa,.,'. . , ,
tho desired leave, which ho util
ized by repairing to Stuttgart, the
heod-qnarters of General von Schacht
meyer, commander of the Wurtemburg
Army Pnrna on.l i . . .
ft;,'m r-i'" luring oeiore tnat
ofheer, in peraonal audience, a full and
iaiinim account of hia
grievances. Tho General listened te 1
nim attentively, sent him back to his
2, w.lth a kUy assurance that his
complaint shonlil .;., .i
?1 "4 fft8' instituting a preliminary
Conndenf.ini lnn.M. .i.'.i ....'
im r ii ""tu"J. uiuu resulted in
UIO lull Confirmation nt . . .
. , w me soiuiers
h r. 88tCu,0rer8 tllat tt court-martial
oo forthwith lmlil imnn rn... .
, :, tu w p., von urae-
veniti for "conduct niibecoming a Ger
man officer." Tim " . . ,
ffin v,on.Graenitiby this military
nroW 18 008 80 that it will
probably snrvn aa a ..in. . . i-
iii i " -------iuiuijr warning w
Jf, nDifftlnlarUllet8in the imperial
sTSi Hfl 11118 een condemned to
suffer three montha's imprisonment in a
i,r,ftn,dt0reSaU L turna for
promotion for eight years.
A Civil Qa gtlon.
wh!?nBaSntjt' ,he Recorder,
a civil .,n.u." r"-7uu"i..u, S,ve ffie
.u. r ' )vr "onor.
bStT,' J"1' ynr ovn 'brother the
Oalrestoif Island, ex-
CeiJtinir vnnrnn'f . , f
.I..... : : -" jour, uneie. wno is
" uie "-tentkry in Hunt
.nnfc 1 ll8t.r?1Je Mswer did he give to
such a very civil question?"
i.nm 10 me 'M course, prisint
company excepted.' So I said 'ilur-
wid me tut. f Galveston $Fws.
"IU make it hot fnr -. .L
ell d w'-frn. bC8ld08 him-
' Mn condensed in the humble! Lme!
you a.lv,a?- Very hriirn',..!- LV'11,J
"TO Bell him aa a' "TJ'. '"W.
-wu an puSMOle.
-id to -an" who was
putting it in his soup.