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LATEST NEWS SuauiAiu
T TUH"H TO 1
Twflpen were killed by powder ex-ploei-n
U Acton, Mas.., on the 10th.
Henry Merritt,. laborer, f killed
by a well felling on him at Elmi. K.
Y recently. ....
n?.w.. n nrMiham of Indian
lion, nwwi i i were arntrujiu vj m' " -!.-- -
n, appointed postmaster-general by ,oM Mtimgtei ,t $126,000; partly in
tbe rrwiaenv. mrea in several ouiuiui-n.
The roundhouse end machine hope of Tb8 uhinese 0ODii writes that if Chi-
the Northwestern wraea ai noMchn,lren are excluded from tbe pub-
Winona, Minn., April 11th. ,j(J K)00t of the state of California, tbe
Janiss Williams waa killed in a mine CynPM will refuse to pay poll tax,
near Nevsds City, Kef., on the 10th, bv m0UDfm l0 $175,000, Which helpa to
. hnntder falling on him. annoort the schools.
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ParU of Arkansas waa vumeu 'j - j j;zra u. ueywoou, oi uonwu, i...-.-
ft.. ..infuil in V Orleans recently
wu quite heavy, 11.45 inches falling in
Afire t Bordeaux April 12th com
pletely destroyed the military bake
bouse and a large quantity of provisions
and miliUry stores.
n. rnntioental oil worka at Denver
trnAil bv Are April 12th. Tbe
Mnklnnharff connty. Kentuoky, with
. i in nnai ni inn HiriT
" PTr.?,f.?r?C'H lMr. Stephen., then .'young man, raid a
million ana . . j"r;- -isit to the home of Mr. Harden, in
done on the 9th, blowing down nouses,
fetoee, bridges and whole forests.
AtBoche.tr,N.Y.,on the 10th one
man wss killed and several injured by a
briok wall of a new building
with (tending obscene mattor through the
.it. m,1 a five hours' address to tbe
jury, 'explaining hi principles, and the
Jury after two hour', deliberation, de
olared him not guilty.
An Ottawadinpatoh of April 12th say
OH U . I (
A fit Petersburg dispatch of April The Indian who crossed from Minne-
A Dl. rnw""" . :t.;i;.. I n....l ... Initio, ilanimntfld l)V
inn. The irreal iruu oi uiu ion idw vuw.. . . -
C. nnn. Three of the accused act a
their own counsel. The other retain
A Dublin dispatch of April 10th aays:
A number of arrest bare been made in
connection with tbe murder of Idens,
committed two year ago, and of Con
At meeting of tbe Ityubl wan cen
tral committee of the district of Colum
bia, resolutione were adoptod favoring a
moTement to secure restoration of auf
frage for the citizen of Washington.
A Minneapolis dispatch of April 10th
say: One of the worst and heaviest
snow storms of the winter is now in
progress. Btreet car travel is suspended
For tbe first time this winter. lUilroad
trains are greatly delayed. The storm is
goncral throughout tbe slate.
A Bl. Petersburg dispatch of April
11th says: Boveral offloers of tbe Ilusnian
army will eoon be tried for nibilwm,
owing to tbe discovery of the meaning of
cipher letters embodiod in some of
n.; VM.mtkln'a dooumonts. wbiou
government by the French authorities.
In tbe Pennsylvania legislature um
was introduced to prohibit the manufao
ture and aale of infernal machine and
device to destroy life and injure prop
.t. A hill was introduood preventing
any attempt to personate or represent
smallnox. Three bun Ired are roporieu
dead. Tbe remainder are on their way
to PorUs-e la Prairie.
A Rangoon dispatch of April 12th says:
i i...irr.ni flra occurred to-day at Mad-
One thousand buildings
wero destroyed, including residences of
several cabinet ministers. Two prisoners
were burned to deatn m cen.
n, Tmlon naners of April 12th re
port a terrible oatastrophe in the theater
at Rivello, oansed by an explosion of
gas. A performance was in progress at
iha timA. and the theater was crowded.
Many were killed in the panio whioh en
i Ttnnth Ttav. Maine, dispatch of April
11th savs: The extensive buildings of
tiiA Knickerbocker oompany, and its en
mn iinnsns. hav and storehouses, wore
totally destroyed by fire and 00,000 tons
ftf Ire ruinod to day. Wharves were also
The Irish members of the house of
commons on ministerial benches will
A - A t? 1 i.ili
mskea united pennon vo mo ub""
iriven into tbe band of the Russian government, setting forth the moet
a" . . .. u .nil.nitiu I i .o,t mauiina Iho diHtress
UreUt IjriTunni.j v.
in Ireland, owing to ine inaiiuiuuvo buF
nlv of fool
TKa Imnnnot of nhvsinians of New
Vnrk in Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmo re
oantlv was a notsble affoir. Wbitelaw
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Re d. Uoowe wi'iiam vuiuu nuu
anr being recognized as a divinity in tbe ii.m Evart were among the guests who
new or old Testament, in any show or responded to sentiraonts. Dr. Holme
mane ins rum'uunD m
The San Franoisoo Commercial Ilerald
On account of the reported existence
of yellow fever in Cuba and other youth
ern islands, the national board of health
.1 Wl.lntfton ha decided to establish
In a tnbnlated statement of tbe foreign
Imnort trade of that city for the first
nn.rtnr nf tlm vear. shows that it was
qnarantlnr stations on the southern ooast neMT a miUion Mi a half largor than
earlier than usual this year. It is pro- tlmt of the oorresponding period of last
posed to open stations at Piew urienuu Yokohama and HongKong wei
tbe first proximo. Those at other soniu- lhe prinuial points of import
ern ports will be opeuod noi wiur iuu
A llermosillo. Mcxioo, dispatch of
April 11th ssys: Ninety-three porsons
nave been xuie in iu ' '
Apache outbreak, of which twenty-seven
were Americans. It is believed that
many killed are not yet reported. At
l'almo ranobo ten were killed last Tues
day. Two women were hung np by the
hands snd rippd open. From one a
child was U'keu. It was found mangled
at the mother's feet. Tbe bodies of the
men were horribly mangled.
A Ban Franoisoo dispatch of April 11th
says: The ofllcial statement of the prop
arty of the Oregon and Transcontinental
published here to day, show the follow
ing holding: Northern Paoiflo oomuion,
860,000 ahares, $13,000,000 value; North
ern Paoiflo preferred, 130,000 share,
value $15,300,000; Oregon Navigation,
63,000 share, value $13,000,000; cash
items, $1,300,000; total value, $45,700,
000 capital stock issued, $35,000,000.
" A Wellington, Kansas, dispaloh of
April J 1th says: A posse led by Deputy
U. H. Marshal Hollister this forenoon sur
rounded a party of Texas horse thieves
seven miles south of tbestate line.below
Hunnewell. Demanding their surren
der, they were fired on by tbe despera
does, and roturned tbe flro, killing Bam
Ross and wounding J. Ross, after whioh
the father of ths boys, an old man at the
bead of tbe gang, surrendered. The two
prisoners and the dead mau were brought
to this oitv. Tbe parly oouslsled of six
men, but three of them wereout of camp
nd wero not captured. The horses iu
their possession were stolen from Clare
Judge Oresham was qualified as post
master geueral at Washington April l'Jth.
Of course tbe oath of oQloe waa adminis
tered by Judge Lawreuson, one of the
clerks in the department. Whether tbe
post-master general's oath would be
, binding if taken be fore any one else than
Judge Lawreuson, is a mooted question
' in the department. It would oertainly
k be a sreat violation of auoiont precedent,
and there is little doubt that tbe shock
Tke Romance of lie iander IL Stephen
In one of the early years of the 40s
of Aioht hundred thousand dollar,
A Chinaman of Louisville bauod the
Courier Journal and Commercial for
libel, they having published that be kept
an opium den and house of ill-fame.
A man named Hanson was louna aeaa
on the road near Lost creek. Nev., re
cently. He had fallen off a lumber a
load of lumber while drunk and broken
Tha Mormons at Bait Lake appointed
194 missionaries at their late conference.
They are commissioned w go w iue
Southern and Western states, Europe,
Australia, Mexico and the Sandwich
Alfrd Barton, the colored boy arrestei
for turning the railroad switch at Swin
gle s landing, near woouiana, naa ureu
The superior court will
determine whether bis offense shall be
considered a felony or a misdemeanor,
1?. norland ha verv severe tramp laws.
Tbe New England state jiwi 01 iui
a tuft mmA of them, notably those of
.-a likn mint things in New England,
copied in substance from English atatute
whan TTniontown. a suburb of Wash
rt n laiil Ant twentv-nve
years ago, the owner issued orders that
no lot suouiu ever w "
thm nmiwrtT of a negro. That man s
.-n fnrmnr home is in the center of
town from which the colored race was to
be excluded, is now owned anaocoupieu
bv Frederic Douglass.
Tn V,a Cknadian commons recently
TTnmnr mnvfld a resolution in favor of
rAmrnmtv with the Hawaiian Islands
Formerly a large uaue was uuuo uci-cou
iiriti.il. Oiilnmbia and the Sandwich Is
lands, but sinoe the United States has
AMiai.linlinil reciorooitv trade relations
with the islands, British uoiumoia iraue
has fullon off almost to nothing.
The Chinese in Melbourne, in Austra
lia i.ava Rurtod several estabiisumenis
foroollooting cate. The trade is shroud
ed in mystery, for, so far, no one has
beon acle to discover lor wuai purpuso
the poor tabbies are used. It is not likely
th it they are used for food, because the
nllnntars prefer old cats to kittens, and
nav as muou as to cenu a neau iur uuo
c id torn.
After serving an eight years' sentence
in the penitentiary for killing the man
who insulted the young woman to whom
he was engaged, a Nashville man is
hnni tn marrv the woman, now no
longer young, for whose sake be commit
tal homioide. With true womanly fidel
ity she has remained trne to him, writing
otten to mm, ana senuiuK mm uinujr u
icaoies and sweet remembrances.
A rno.l Christian mother in Middle
tnwn oiiduined to her little boy, as
was retiring, the eflkocy of prayer, and
f ..1.1 him thut if he would ask uod
w.rr.n flonntv. There he met a flaxen-
haired, blue-eyed girl of sixteen, beauti-
fol in face and loveiy m uwk.,
piqnant, witty, and gifted with a mind
rarely cultivated. An attachment grew
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up, whioh lor years um uu
formal bounds of friendship, but which
was sacredly cherished by both. Tbe
boy lover was poor in this world's goods;
fragile in frame and harassed by siok-
ness, be did not oare w aspire w
band of one he had learued to love and
t fnrAhnde to claim. With womanly
devotion tbe young girl read the secret
in the vounar man' eyes, and true to her
Wrt aha eonld only wait and love,
One evening in 1849 a party was given
at the residence of Mr. Little, in Craw-
fnrdaville. There the two met onoe
more; there they enjoyed that sweet
communion born of perfect trust, and
there Mr. Stephens found courage w
speak the words which for years naa
fought for expression, unui at ibsi. uo
oould no longer contain thorn.
Are you sure that there lives none
other whom you prefer to mer asxea
the maiden, timidly, half-shrinkingly,
yet only too happy to feel that she was
favored in nis eyes.
"In tbe whole universe there exists
not one," said he, passionately.
Thus their troth was pngnieo; mo a.v
u set for their marriage, and all
seemed aurploious for the lovers. But
clouds lowered o'er their hopes; matters
of a private nature, whioh it is not wun-
in the domain oi ine puDiio w auuw.iu
tervened and deferred the fruition of
thair kntiAa. The one became immersed
in politics, and, racked with physical
ills, hesitated to enter a state where he
feared the happiness oi ine oiuer migui.
be marred. The lady lound ner amy oy
the side of an invalid mother, who long
lingered with a confining disease. Thus
the years flew by; but tbe plighted troth
was kept. Air. btepuenB never auureswu
another, and ever kept the image of the
fair young girl in his heart, ine iaay
was the recipient of admiration from
many, but to all she turned a deaf ear.
They have often met since, and, while
the idta of marriage wasabsndoned.tbey
felt a sweet pleasure in each other's so
ciety. But two weeks ago the lady was
at the mansion, and on taking leave of
her old friend one of the chairs tripped
up, an unfavorable sign.as the Governor
remarked at the time. The lady has for
yesrs been a citizen of Atlanta, and no
one is held more in esteem for every
quality which adorns womanhood than
Miss Caroline Wilkinson. Atlanta Con
stitution. Mrs. Leslie's Labors.
A New York letter oontains the follow-
in?: Mrs. uoaua oaujiD n uoiu.j i
CbaracterisUei of the father.
: A correspondent of the San Franoieoo
Bulletin found th natives of Alaska ex
ceedingly curious to see and to know.
He thus descriDes meir oujw. v. -vestigating
and the rough way the whites
protected themselves. He says: We
experienced no trouble from the natives
except in the early part of the winter
they would come and stand about our
doors and windows and get in our way
genorally, so that they became a nui
sance. "When the frost gathered on onr win
dows, they kept peep holes open by lick
ing the frost with their tongues. This
we finally got rid of by making a strong
decoction of Cayenne paper and painting
the outside of tbe glass, so that licking it
was not all comfortable.
"A few of the respectable ones were
occasionally let into the house, If any
of these did not behave themselves, we
treated them with very little ceremony
so that they soon became afraid of us,
n1 waia verv civil.
"At first some of them had the habit
of opening the door and walking into the
house as if they were its owners, and af
ter a short time we got tired of this and
put a few of them out, and by that means
thev have improved in their manners
"There is very little fight in them and
thev never stick together or stand np
for each other. If you ouff one, the rest
rami aronnd and look on and laugh, and
say it is 'Nakoomak' (good), and the fel
low cettinir chastised is 'Aseernk' (bad.)
- "They are not at all handsome, but
then they are quite well for savages. Tbe
women when voung are much better
looking than the men, but all are very
dirty and never dream of washing any
cart of their body.
"Tbe men wear large pair of bone
buttons, like shirt studs, in their under
lips, and it gives them anything but a
pleasant appearance. The women tattoo
their chins, which they consider a great
mark of beauty, but 1 cannot say that I
agree with them on that point.
A Ouakeb'sTebms. England's wealth
iest barouot is said to be Sir John Earns
den of Byram, Yorkshire. His rent roll
is computed at $850,000 a year. He owns
almost the whole oi tluddersneid, ine
ereat manufacturing center. The little
bit be doesn't own was a very Naboth
vineyard to his father, who, according to
popular tradition, onoe offered to its
Quaker owner to cover it with sovereigns
if be would sell it. "Edgewise, friend
Ramsden ?" quoth the Quaker; "in that
case it is thine; otherwise ail judders
field must still belong to thee and me.'
"Edgewise" was rather more thau the
baronet could swallow.
Tumiw, H.-wLuhim, eU, lunilnliixt In lul ui ,3
Aurrti'tn murbi Uiunli orders Oiled prompur
A Lynchburg dispatch of April 12th
ui: Kar V this morning n" umKuineu
attacked the iia.il at Wythoville,
coerced tho shorilT into a surrender of
the keys, and took Wra. Crockett from
the Jail and hangod him from a boam in
the outskirts of toan. Crockett was
awaiting trial for the murder cf Josh F.
nnnt in Wytheville.
A Biikorsfleld dispatch of April 12th
am- Daniel Sweeney was assassinated
brary on the second floor, in the midst
of books, pictures ana papers, uere
aim sits at her desk seven hours a day,
anything he particularly dosired she had editing, arranging, assorting, selecting,
oorrecung, uireuiiuK- "" u
form black. Men appear, ass. questions
and vanish. Oa her right are a pile of
letters and a check book; uotore ner a
number of sketches in ink irom wuiou
she is to make up her magazine. She
still koepB going the round dozen of pe
riodicals which her uusuauu oequeaiueu
to her, and she takes some natural pride
in the fact that she has in three years
nut a bankrupt establishment on its feet,
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an that 11 now Vieius uet oiuu.uvu toui.
More than 300 hands are employed in
nn flnnlit bis reauest would be granted.
The little fellow knelt at his mother's
knee and prayed God to send him 50
littlo sinters and iw nine oroinors. iuo
prayer was never finished.
A certrin section of St. Jjonis is terri
fied with an unearthly noise, wuicu
nightly assails the ears ol its inhabitants.
All sorts of uncanny origins are ascribed
to ir, but so fur no satisfactory explana
tion llAS been uresontod. It must be ter
rible, for in the language of one of the
i,.nrn1 nf tli at filthy city, it has in it "a
' POOH, SAH AM M"-
rTtalACH Jt rolS)Tl,riii";M.-f7r5
In Paliil. Ollj nl UIm, Do.,r WU.dowi JJ
Hllmln wnrt fur H.h- Mm n.1 Cmnl.Hrn. T
Lkaui.w atraic HuT:.
H. BOBBINS A l. lu?F:r5;
WhulMHle aua n-uui aruvrt in Puum. (..:
Hbnl Diiula siM MiMlnl MrrchanUUr. t,J2
t iiion And Moulding!. lAiuntrjTQritar.wai!,;:
D. M O HTI M E BTortTimrblttiFKiiT
farlury.st ""' nwi. rorunia, Or. th.
t.-I. M..hll.hin.nL 'liaMolnr ...... ' 4f
nu,. . t - - r vuw WUTI
fur prtrm im1 lrn.
MA K K.- Svll Knifli.Mr. (uirrrm'Uj
jrnpi. UIIHH mom i.u. uui a UiilMi,.,
jk4 Pitrluuid. All KI111U ni iirreyiun and dralujii
T m inr r.'....i ry.
dmiHf.iraiiy part i
EM HK"SIXI!y Waliln-tf.n. VST
rillir, rn)HI. FIBIIuiw n.nT.in rt.ui ort'aq, hu.
ii..i.L. Hntur. Ruilon.HuKarandHliu Klv rn...;
GrriYra I rota tli Inula aulMled aud prumyUji av
KKNNr.llV.Atlnmrr and Onimwlor at
iai(. id buiJiMt,
A ABi'a bnlldlBK. Lfnl t.i,.ln.
iMrtain.ha w wihi i--h. .. u.wr..tr.m, oeiun
ih PalMil omcr or In Ihi- Conrta. a .pwlaltr.
ANEW CAJIDIDATB im ruiii.UT FAVOR ig
h Nw Nn. II Whit Hf wing Mkchln. on .iM.
bltlon at oarrlaon't Swln Macblna Store, Portlanl
Tailor and other Intermwl In a Bnt-el'iM manula;.
tuniif DiacDine arc iht.hi w t-..iuh.,
yB HAVE NOW OH HAUD AT THE
OREGON SEED DEPOT
The Uracil atock of ad trn held by one Ins
north 01 wan r raiicinro, w .ui .. wU. .u .',n.
able fluurt conaUllmof Una. VpHfUblc. Klon
ewdn, etr . etc. Annua lor "imwnai iroiHl;"
alao lor wiratrnuuwu n "-i1"-"- tuhum
zunnecona ntnn., rnni.mi
USE ROSE PILLS.
EYE & EAR INFIRMARY r
SANITARIDM.OR HOWE FOR THE SICK
MacadM Koud. hrU Porier al Wad Su,
Moulh rorll.ad, Or.
Dr. Pllklngton, late Profoeaor ot Kye A Kar Dlman
In the Me.ll"al Department ol WUIamette l.nlvvnilif
haa erected a line uuH.llns. on a beautiful elevation It
the eouth part of the city, ana n i preoarea w arc.
date ttie it aulTerlnr from all dlseaaeii of the M 8,
EAK orTIIKOAT. Alo will pay jneclal attenUh)
Demona Ubortiis under Chn.nln Neryotia airertkwi,
ind to diea peculiar to women, and re.-e lv alW
IwlnumlH-rof caeeii e pectin confinement.
The Intention ta to prov U e a Hoiae for nuch run
with a li the be hyilenlc aKencle. romhlned wUhtlf
b5l medical aklll to he tuv.1 In the melmiw -i
liiwiilllns physician and mirget.n Dr. Phil p naryer.
Pro! ol dlwai. of women and children In the mnllol
department Willamette Uiilvenilty.
Alw Dr. J. M. F. Browne, Prol. ol Phyaiology mrf.
deo't. Willamette University.
Xny .-outuorefere.nd H-""
Cor. lataaS Wmhlnal.a Bta.. ForU.iad. Or.
to-night about 7SW, on our main siree . ourna.. . - v. : -.T"" ' t baiidin,, in the work of brinK-
He was shot in the men or the lies, wuu loucno, "T" r-'-r,- illustrated readinn matter, and
. pistol. He was a wni w years oi age, 01 n.oeiu - hnMiug out8ide i8 fiUed
and is from San ianoisco. no was a uoaiu souH . v. u. with the eleoUotvpe plates whioh have
laborer, and recently worked on .farm age machine. with the ei ; p gnd
in this vicinity. ;i ne assassin is sup- 8eV0ral years ago a jew iiu.n -- - , ODC0 when wanted .. We
posed to tie one rat lugeram. were placed Uentrai rara . have photographs," said Mrs. Leslie, "of
: ?',T,W:'17i.T iUliipetioM of any prominence.
baa Deen lounu ueceoouij w , v i
A Tendon dispatch of April 12th says
At a tiannnot at the Mansion house last
nvnn ino- Lord Aloestor eulociied Ad
miral Nioholson, and said: "Although
representing a oountry thousands of
miles away, he is still verv near an
Englishman in blood. I will never for-
get the cheers with which the men on
the gallant admiral's ship greeted
English sailors whilst steering around
our squadron at mo iiroe oi mo uotu
bardment of Alexandria. He did every
thing in his power to ant us.
A Washington dispatch of April 12th
ayt: It is believed that the British gov
ernment has made strono exertions to
induce the United States to oo operato
in the proposed system of surveillanoe,
whnmiiv Americans suspected of oon-
.ni..n anainvi wlmt is termed the Deuce
of Great Britain may Im doteoted anil
nrnventod from oarryintf out their pur-
imsea. The British minister has repre-
suted to this government that the
troublesome olasa of persous with which
her majesty's government has to contend
am Americans of Irish descent, who con-
nnliUta in everv possible manner for
Irish independence. Her majosty'a rep
resentativa was fully informed some
lima nrior to the departure of the
iiMsiilnnt of the policy of this govern
ment with respect to the surrender of
persons on American sou aoouseu vj
out, and the attendants were in
structed To-day I lave received this package,
I. G. Davidson, the popular Torllandphotogi
n. i. fillinir nnlen tor enlareod pictures of
tinH. at hia irallerv on the corner of First and
Von, hill atroeu. He enmlovs a number of the
best artists at thiwork and it will bear the closest
inspection. His work is as good as any ever pro
duced on tis coast, while his prices am extremely
reasonable. Mr. Davidson will receive orders by
mail frnm nv na rl of th northwest coast and will
deliver them, all finished in the highest style of
the art, within a reasonable time. A trial order
from any section of the country will convince
anvono that Mr. Davidson ie the man to favor
with orders, at fair treatment has always been
hia rule. -
Maven'a loaeuiiie ner.w fooih Paste
An aromatic combination for the preservation
of the teeth and gums. It is far superior to any
tireimritinn of its kind in the market. In largo.
handsome opel pots, price fifty cents. For sale
by all druggists. Hodge, Davis A Co., whole
tale agents, I'ortlasd, Oregon.
DON'T BUY BOSS BOOTS UNLESS
YOU WANT THE BEST. SEE THAT
OUR NAME IS ON EVERY PAIR.
AKIN. SELLING & CO.
IY.r tha host '.ihotoimtpht in Oregon, eo to F.
G. Abell's gallery, 107 First street, Portland. H is
work will bear tha most searching tests, lor it is
WILL BE PAID TO ANT PERSON PRODUO
uif a more effectual remedy than
Dr. Keek's Sure Cure for Catarrh.
Which has stood the test tot 'fourteen years. Ply
dans, Drawurta. and all who have uSUor
OUKhly tented It, pronounce It apeelSe lor Iherin) ol
that loathsome daeaae. Try lb Your druggist au
St. Keck thoronghly nndenUnds, and b embimlly
inccewful In the treatment ol allekronle anu mm
ealt aiaeaaea ol both " and all f ea, aatUic
made a specialty oi ineu- !V" j--;
... . . - 1 .tt),n,,t imIu the IcnHe. HlikTOT'
Ite Drescrlpilon Si furnlahed to lad sUeta Frse.
Dbyalclan who understands, and It coaipelei
... ... tlm. n ,r .wi, i P 1
hnuld be without It. Young, mkldle-ageaot
old, male or lemale.U.aanlty or a II e el "'' J'f "
your Inevitable doom nnleea yon apply hi tlnie tetl
nhvclan who nnderatanda, and Is competent w treat
your cane, -nrnna i.w ..-j
competent physicians. Aiirommun... -"v,";
to with dispatch, and are strictly conSdentlaU Si
clnea arut to any part of the country. 'lrl''"rTl
UIOIllBllal, SSIIU imn" 1" " " '
. UnulaM,i amn f.tr Ikat aud puldrCS DK JAUM
KtC'K. No. 15 JOrnt BUMi, Portluid. Or.
a . , i aii.l w VI av v ia " o ' .
on Saturday last to go Bunning for them l..g TX. ZZZ "
P . . . at A I. .'I I '
per.al family oi itussia-moro lUau tmnj . , Porllind it
piotures. We have photographs oi an the apnearanoeof Ki Nino, Eddie, the "Wonder
tbe great palaoes of Europe and Asia, of of tQe Waru ind Alice Morgan, the "Queen of
all the royal nouses ana oi many oi tuo clubs ,' fopular prices, v ana ou cent,
to-day. One of the charge. again tnem - - Kusgift-re than thirty -
. r . .iiinn 'aakinff mctures. We havephotograph. of all
OUliureu are ontwuB "p " i""-- - -- -o
the commissioners to spare a lew oi me
llntlni.ts,' at least, as they are as inter
esting as birds, and a great deal cuter,
Ellen Conway, who for many years
wllinir houses of the nobility. We re
oeive new ones every day in the year.
We have all the great buildings of unina.
alnn.t at the oorner of Broadway and of these persons and palaoes, theaters,
. - Vr . t I . . . i 1 1 a . nnl.liA
Maiden Lane, ew xora, boihub tavra,
..a fnnn.l dead in her dreary room on
Sunday morning. On searching her bed
850 in money was iounu aim two u.iua
books showing deposits auiouuuus iu
rt 7i)i). Hhe had no relatives as mr as
knowu, neither any irienus in wuoui suo
ni,A.lil anv of her history. No matter
how cold or disagreeable iue weaiuur sue
hotels and buildings we have a publio
hniiainm we have a vast library, and
" ... i
when one of the personages aies or wueu
nne of the buildings is destroyed or is
the scene of a notable event, there we
wn have it. We can bring out a pioture
withont delav. Besides this we nave
flnanoial arrangements with artists in ev
erv lama city in the world, who repre-
Tnnmn Rnoa. Send to Jobn B. Garrison
167 Third street Portland, for catalogues ot te-
Garrison repairs all kinds ot tewlne machines
Take Wm. Tfundcr i Orekon Blood Purifier.
JU. 11 Ksart; strMt, . T..
TrvaU all ChrMl aua4 Bpeelal Dl
occurs suddenly, an irreguunr duiu ui
Effect of Dres
t.sr th fnll value of tbe cattle, llo said
he wa afraid they might think the loss
waa nnnaainnod bv his carelessness, and
j- . , . .
of such a violation would be fatal to the England 0f the oommltUl of publio of- went down into Colorado, got a job oi
' venerable notary, who has been em
. ployed in the depart ment ever since 1833,
' and who has administered the oath of
' office to nineteen consecutive post niator
.' generals, beginning with Cave Johnson
la lt15. The same bible baa been used
on each occasion. It is a small, thick,
clumsy eopy ot the scriptures, in small
- type. Printed at Hartford in 1831, and
looks almost as venerable as its owner.
The brig Letitia, which arrived in New
York from Maracaybo, Venesuela, re-
ports that on March 37th, at 3 A. ii., a
f revolution party headed by Bojer Bosel-
, ais and Gen. Burlow. with a lot of men
' well equipped with Winchester 14-
shooters, took the town without opposi
r tion. On landing the general assured
the iople that they bad uotbing to fear.
1 To ail w ho joired them be gave Itewiug
ton rif.s. Mcst cf th bi bodied men
, joined bim. lie began Immediately to
' fortify the town in such a way as to show
tbe people that he meant to bold the
tows against any attack. The roads lead
ing to the town were barricaded with
' ' barrels two or three tiers high and filled
i . with sand. Mot of the women and cbil
4 dren, and the sick and lame, who wer
' afraid of the burning of tbe town, were
put opon four vessels lying in port. Up
( . to the morning of the r.'th no attack
was made by the govein meut forces. No
one was allowed to leave the town on
any pre txt.
Cmaea. All prisoners who under tbe ex
tradition laws can be shown to have
ooniniittod crimes in England will, after
compliance with Hist forms, be surreu
dered to that government in aooordanoe
with the treaty. In every case Great
Britain must submit satisfactory evi
denee of the guilt of the person accused
Wore the surrender will be made. Bus
picion or presumption of guilt will not
do. Identification must be positive. The
cabinet haa fully considered this ques
lion. That Euuland has for years past
been an asrlum for the vilest claaa of
political otfoudera is known to history
and is remembered by the administra
tion, and it does not propose to deny to
persons living within the borders of the
United States a just and equal protection
nf laws. In the case of hheridan tbe
British government evidently hoped to
secure bis poeju-sxion without full com-
nliane with the extradition laws, and
the fact that be has not been arrested ie
tegardod aa evidence that the plans oi
the British authorities are bstUtHl. Ibe
righta of American citiaena in Ireland
will be protected under ine iiwivom"
best of this government's ability. All
negotiations between tbe two powers
have been carried on in a fiiendly spirit,
but the administration baa firmly insisted
upon a strict compliance by Great Brit
am. in every particular, with the letter
of the existing law.
could be found at the oorner, and always gent ng there iu case anything important
did a good trade, mainly mrougu sym
A nnmtier of cattle which a ii-year oid
Dakota boy was watching were destroyed
by a prairie fire sii years ago. As the
lad could not be ouna, u was suu-. y th form of j
that be had likewise perished. One day followed without anv regard
1 . 1. 1. - ...I I. , A ,1 .mil .WAY HCl.v-.J -.
last weea u suif v." v-j- . nTnnT . of its adOD ion: but this
by walking in ana n.na.ng . .w. . - t0 ROoa NothiBg
can look much more absurd than a Bbort,
stout figure adorned with a superfluity
of flounoes and trimmings; yet the power
of fashion forces such exhibitions into
continual notice. Hut even when fashion
has decreed that the flounces and trim
Not long sinoe an aged and very pop- mings ahall be worn, such a figure need
nlar Irishman died at i.gnngwn, near not be made ridiouioua uie irimmwgs,
in.lnnderv. The usual servioes were I in uch a case, should re piacea as ic
.Uml. the coffin takeu to the country la. nnssible. and the dress should be
: - . i i f i n,, .1 , 1 1 1
.n.i hnr a.1 in the presence oi a large made verv long. J.ne oouy suouia oe
MnnAAIirM of people. On returning home I M i0ng as convenient, and made to fit
the relatives of tbe deceased were amaseu tight; if the ureas men oangs iu grace-
fln.l tlm old woman lying on iue oea rui fu ds. It wm add mncn 10 me appear-
upon which ehe had died, nobody having tDOe 0f length. Tbe arrangements of
thought to put her in the coflln. Tbe Uue upper part of tbe person can also be
body waa subsequently laien in a cart to made to add to, or aiminisn, me neigui.
th rriv. ine OOlUll was rainou, iu t Mncn irimmiDK souui Hie una, vt at
herding and saved his money nnui ne
had enough to square the acoount.
mwT-nr v.v BV HrFPERINO FROM THE HT-
(ecu ol yomhrsl lollies or Indiscretion, will do
well to avail themselves ol thK th greatest bona
ever laid at tha altar ol suffering humanity. DH.
univvLV win viirantea to forfeit IXIO for eery
rase of Seminal v7eaknes or private diseases i of any
kind or cnaracler which be undertake and tall to
cure. . n n
There are many at the axe of thlAy to sixty who are
troubled with t' 0 frequent evacuations o( Uiebladilar,
oneu accompai'led by a allitht smarting or bnnilnj
. . ui.,il,t. ni the .V.L..IM In a minnM
thepatlrnt cannot account for. On eiaminlaf th
and aometlmee. imall particles ol albnmr will appear,
or the color will be ol a thin milklah hue. Attain
chaining to a dark and torpKI appearance. There an
many men who dl ol this dlnVulty. Ignorant ol the
cause, which la th second stage of tJemlnal eakneaa
Dr. 8. will guarantee a perlect cur In all sticb cases,
and a healthy restoration ol th genltor aiilnary of
" .. .. ... .i.iihiii ita
lilWf nouri-ivmi..iw - -
It A. M. I'onsuluilon Ire. Thorough eianitnauoa
and advice, as.
111 r addre s 111 SPIHJI PIT A CO..
Na II Kearny atreel.Hau ranciaco, Cat
MADE IN THE
Highest Stylo of the
I. G. DAVIDSON,
GARRISON'S SEWING MACHINE STORE
johx b. oastmiao.
BR K WING COMPANY'S
Bottled expressly for tbe
PACIFIC COAST TBADE.
Superior In quality and puritl lo all olhers.
OneTriel Will Convince.
. . . am iA
CHARLES KOHN A vM!
44 rrwat Rlrtet, Partlnanl. Or.
Land and Immigration Company.
Offlcei Rooms 40 aad 4t Catloii Block.
.. !..., nreenn.w" I
1 Ol l-umpany openuea Mireufui. w
lngton, Idaho and Montana,
Lands ot all kinds bought and sold.
Immigrant Colonisation a Specialty.
ueaaquartere lor au iana mw. . .. i
DewrlpUoa of Oorernment and other wild
T ........ ..I... .11 Kmu-hM of htulncss.
Ctorresoondenc sollciwd and communication! I
promptly answered. '
p. o. imx sa. -
AAPnaA waa nlaoeJ in in it and it was
again lowered to its plac.
A unique relio of the rehollion was re
cently sut to Mr. A. O. White, of Pitts
hnro formrlv of tb Thirtieth Penns
vlvania Volunteers, by his old meesniate,
John Huffman. Tbe niht before the
Uttle of the Tines they stole out of camp
in search of some to eat, and iresently
a .-.I. At.. ' 1. ... r..
returned wuu u wi
which thev had found among the under
brush. The orders against foraging
were so strict at that time that alter tbe
flcah had been distributed prudence re
quired that the bouei should be taken
ont of ramp and buried. Huffman re
cently visited the batth field, and, after a
search, aucceeded in finding the heifer's
grave, from ahirn he took tbe sknll and
horns and sent them to his comrade.
short, stout person must make her look
shorter her object should be to elongate
the appearance of the neck. The hair,
also, offers another means of apparently
inoreaaicg the ftatnw, but cam must U
taken not to raise the head-dress dispro
portionately, as this wonld diminish the
effect intended to be produced; it should
be elevated in aome measures and, at
the satss tsaie, be dinunmued as mnch in
breadth aa will be consistent with the
Since Congress refused to pass the
bonded whisky bill a snake eight feet
long, with sixteen rattles and a button,
is and to have been killed in Georgia.
To prevent sausages from bursting
when cooking, never make a hole in them
with a fork while turning them.
S rstopMiarrost. 4
GARRISON'S SEWING MACHINE STORE
fTF-rn rii i.F.n at low rate, sattsfao.
an tka ImSIus alaehlaM. ttlla,
Needlva, lllarkattu tuiS Stoaw
la rarta ir ami.
General Ajreat lor tha
Household and White
Swwla MaehlBM atr4 svaS
Ofnml Ant tor th
TIREISn RUG PATTERNS.
General A(ent for the
ralTr1 Fahl C ' PerlVeS
mW9ni tot CaUl.wna.-WW
P. O Chtlstsou
iaa a.imuut,red. Deatal (rad-
I Room K Tnloa Block. Stark street entrance.
Flat ST ISO TATLOB TAUET-.
Pwrtlnne. Oreton. ' -
mm w. .. . n. . w nw.aatl
FRmilr UsfAiirnnt la rortlanu.
j . .
J. A. STR0WB171UGE,
matter ntro.Tiia akd iu n
LEATIIER & HXDLNGS.
is rstosT fTtrT,
USE ROhr PILLS.