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EUGENE CITY GUARD
LATEST NEWS SUMMARY.
HI TF.L.KUU A Ml TO DATE.
fifty persons in Thorn, Wont Prostiia,
hare boen attacked by trichinosis.
Contain Samuol IticbardBon Knox of
the United titatci navy died Nov. 22d.
Join Cbiasolm, for the murdor of bis
wile, was liaugAd in tbe Essex county
jail, New YorkNov. 22d.
The duke of Castlomont, . wbo was
captured recently near TrapaDl by
brigands, has beon ransomed for 30,000
Tbe budget of tbe German empire
estimates tba receipts and expenditures
for tbe fisoal year of 1881 5 at 1,112,
800,000 marks each.
The Postal Telegraph Company, for a
consideration of $10,498,500, full paW
took, transferred all its Mnes, fran
chises, etc., to the Postal Cable Com
pany. The national homo for disabled volun
teer soldiora has commenced suit in the
fodoral court of Boston, to recover from
General Cutler $18,275, for which be has
failed to acoount. "
It is said tbatO'Donnell, who Is soon
to bo tried in London for the killing of
Carey, was onoe a Molly Maguire in
Pennsylvania, and was prominent in sev
eral riots in the coal regions. ; .
A Danville, Ind., dispatch of Novem
ber 20th, says: Jiarly yesterday
morning unknown parties inserted dy
namite cartridges under the Dewdrop
saloon. The explosion blow the build
ing to piecos and the shook was felt over
the entire town.
At Buahville, Indiana, recently, Ed
ward Payne, cashier of the Rushville
national bank, was awakened by a noise.
De startod down stain and mot a bur
glar coming up, who ordered him back,
threatening to shoot. Payne hurled a
vessel at him, whereupon the burglr
fired, the shot taking effect in Payne's
A Coal Creek, Col., dispatch of Nov.
20th says: This morning Iuaao Jones
and Phil Griffith started down the abaft
of tho Canflold coal mino.for the purpose
of examination. When down 300 feet
thoir lamps ignited tbe gas, causing a
terrific explosion. Griffith was stunned
and bad It burned, but managod to
escape. Jones was lounu on mo dohoui
of the shaft, dead.
A pool known as tho Consolidated Pa
per Company, . comprising fifty mills
throughout the northwest, manufactur
ing wrapping paper, mot in Chicago re
cently, and resolved, in viow of tho over
stocked condition of the market, to shut
down all mills from Deooaibor 1 to Feb
ruary . They have been running en
half lirao since Novomber 1. This will
throw 2000 mon out of employment.
In pursuance of. resolutions adopted
by the annual meoting of the grand army
of the republio, Captain N. Hhockoy,
chairman of the committee appointad for
the purpose, ban sent circulars to all the
posts of tbe G. A. R. iu Kansas, Mis
souri, Arkansas, Nebraska, Colorado
New Mcxioo and Indian territory, ask
ing signatures of all oomrados to a mo
morial to oongrt bs, preying for tho es
tablishment of a soldiers' and sailors'
homo in Kansas. Speedy action is
askoJ, so that the memorial may bo pre
sented to congress oarly in tbe cowing
A suit involving ovor 820,000.000 was
commenced iu tbe U. 8. Cir. court at San
Francisco, by Jennie M.Gray of Virginia,
widow of John liowio Gray, against the
Quicksilver Mining Company of Now
Almaden. Gray was one of the three
original ownors of tho properly, and
died in New York in 1801- II is partner
wore Knowles Taylor and Robert J.
Walker, formerly sooretary of the treas
ury. Action is basod on fraud in the ad
ministration by the two partner of
Gray'a intoreBt, whereby the company,
for a small sum, succeeded iu obtaining
entire possession of tho property.
Jacob Thompson, who, besides Gen
eral Holt, is the only living member of
Buobanan's cabinet, stated that he
contemplated writing a history of bis
visit to Canada as agent of the southern
confederacy. Thompson speaks of it aa
his "Canadian campaign," and declares
that a full publication of all foots would
oreate a considerable breeze. His sol
reason for hecitatibn, be declares, is that
several prominent oitizens, one or more
of thorn occupying scats in tbe oongress
of the United States, would be ntttftly
ruinod. lie intimates that one, at least,
of the gentlemen was in the confidence
of the United States govornmont at the
time of whioh he speaks, and was at the
same time aiding aim in his efforts for
the luoceas of the confederacy.
A Jackson, Mich., dispatoh of Nov.
2'Jd says: This morning four persons
Jacob jj. Cronoh, aged 73, and a widow
er, Henry White, aged 38, a son-in-law
of Cronoh, Euuioe White, aged S3,
daughter of Cronoh, all of Summit town
ship. Jaokson county, and Moses Polley,
aged 40, of Transfer, Mercy county,
Pennsylvania wera found murdered in
their beds, all having been shot through
the bead behind tbe ear. It is supposed
they were chloroformed first, as no sigus
of a struggle appeared, each viotim lying
as if asleep, and the odor of chloroform
being noticeable when tho bodies were
discovered. Mrs. White was also shot
through the left arm. No olue, has, as
yet, been discovered, although tracks
around the houw indioate that
a guard was placed while the
murder was being perpetrated. Cronch
was a ' wealthy farmer, living seven
mile southwest of Jackson, and the
owner of an extensive sheep rauoh in
Texas. It is rumored that he bad just
received $50,000 from Texas.in payment
o sales made ou the ranch. Rankers
here state that no money was deposited
by Cronch, and it is presumed the
money was in Croncb's hand. Polley
was stopping at Croncb's, having just
cone from Texas with a large amount of
money for tbe purpose of buying blood
ed stock. The theory is that be (Pol
ley) wasfollewed by the murder or mur
derer, forth purpose of robbery. The
house was thoroughly ransacked, and
everything of valu carried away. A
young girl, adopted daughter of White V
and a negro, aged 18, were sleeping no
suirs.- The girl ay aha beard do firing
although tbe negro ay b beard a
thumping nois about tb middle of th
cigbt, and tboupht that it was caused by
a fore wind which was blowing.
Patrick William O'BrieiS,- the Irish
giant, and Christian D. lioni. Oerman
uiatateso,' were married in Pittsburg,
Nov. 20.h. Th coremony was performed
in the German Evangolioal ohnrcb, and
was witnessed by a large , couoourse of
people, including the mayor and counoil
of Pittsburg, tba mayor of Allegheny,
John MoCullough, Margaret Mather,
Aztec Indians, and a snake charmer. '
The supreme court at Ban Francisco
has affirmed the judgment of the lower
courts in the case of Wheelor,. the
stranglor of Ade.lla J. Tilson, bis Bister-in-law.
Ho has been, sentenced to bo
bangod " Saturday, Deo. 1st. Whoeler
will be brought before Judge Foral.and,
for the third time since the murder, the
scntonoe of death will be passed upon
bim. , v '
A Suit Lake dispatoh of November
21st says: In an interview to-day David
Bookholdt, county clerk of this county,
and a polygamist, announced that
be will not give up his office; and that
the elootion held last August, under the
auspices of the commisson, whereat bi
successor among others was choson.was
a mere faroe, to which he should pay no
attention. A largo number of othor
polygamist officers are. holding over in
tho same way, la disregard of the elec
tion. Thoir theory is that the Edmunds
law is unconstitutional, and tho action of
the commission under it invalid. And
since the newly elected Mormons are
committed to the same view, and will
not bring suits to oust to polygamists,
tbe lattor seom to have the best of tbe
' SEWS ITEMS.
Dorsey, tho star-routor, has given
$5000 to the university at Santa Fe.
The Chioago city hall, costing $1,123,
000 is ready for use, but is not dono.
The Farmers' exchange ' movement
started in Nashville, Tens., some time
ago, has died for want Of support, and
the money contributed has gone no one
The library of tho late Henry C.
Murphy of Brooklyn, it is announood,
will be sold during the coming winter.
It is valuod at $100,000, although it con
sists of only 6000 volumes.
It is estimated that the wealth repre
sented in the sovonty principal boxes in
the Grand opera house in flow xork at
the rocent opening night was $510,000.-
000, more than $0,000,000 to each box.
Nathaniel Barker, a well known vocal
ist aud author of "Bon Bolt," is seri
ously ill at his home in Lynn, Mass. He
is about 70 years of ago, and sustained a
few days ago, a fracture of bis hip.
Hindoo coffee suppers are fashionable
in the church circles of . Fort Wayne.
The girls act as waitresses, iu Uiudoo
costumes, as to the stylo of which a cler
gyman has folt constrained to remon
strate. , .
The sensibilities of somo of Wiscon
sin's paupers' are being shooked nowa
days upon the appearance of their names
in print, in pursuance of a now law com
f telling county boards to publish the poor
Goneral Pryor says he has not applied
to take part in O'Donnoll's defense and
does not propose to make application in
tho English courts. O'Donnell is al
ready provided with counsel, iu whoso
fidelity bis friends havo implicit confi
dence. Maine's greatest greenbaoker and con
gressman, Mr. Murch, has concluded to
open a drinking saloon in Boston. If he
ourrios his greonbaok principles into his
business, be will fill his whiHky bottles
with water and label thorn whisky.
Tho princo of Bulgaria, tho mont in
significant of European sovereigns, a
young man of 20, who never commanded
a regiment in the field, possesses thirty
seven deoorations, many of thorn of a
high order, and originally intended only
for those who bad distinguished them
selves in action.
The railroad bridge over tho Missouri
river at Blair, Neb., whioh cob) $1,000,
000, wa tested on the 20th nit., with Bix
looomotives, the maximum reflection
being two inches. Tho pormanont iron
structure is 1270 feet long and fifty feet
above high water, with trestle work ap
proaches of nearly two miles at either
Statistics of Pennsylvania sohools
show that among othor things there are
7385 school buildings having BuiUble
furniture, and 580 1 "badly ventilated."
Considering the small ooBt of getting
good ventilation, it looks as though di
rectors and xrohiteota paid too muoh at
tention to stately edifices and things that
show, and too little to the almost unno
tioeable things that go to make school
quarters healthful. It would be a wise
move not to permit th purchase of
"suitable furniture" until a suitable
room bad been provided in which to
place it. biladelphia Ledger.
i "' ' 8H0XT1ITS. '
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General Sherman has always been so
fond of kissing the girls that some one
has suggested be drop the r in bis name,
A Frenohman is teaching a donkey to
talk. What we want in this country i a
man who will teach donkey sot to talk.
It i the general complaint in Maine
that the spruce trees are dying off. That
is, they are not so spruce as they once
A Baltimore woman is so, fond of her
children that whenever they have to be
spanked she gets tho woman next door
to do it.
"No, sir," said a practical Yankee
"no brio-a-brao on the mantel for me.
It' a nuisance. Where' a man to put
Between guests on leating tbe bouse
after dinner: "Friend R. entertain
very well now." "Yea; abova all, ainoe
bis failure1 '
Tom Allen, the once famous pugilist,
ws arraigned in the police oourt at St.
Louis the other day, lor keeping a disor
derly saloon, but escaed oooviotion.
Workmen digging in the bed of phos
phate recently diroovered at Cambridge,
Md., found week before last tbe petrified
akull of three children, and the foot,
ankle and slipper of a woman.
Three years ago twenty rich men of
Dayton, Ohio, invested largely at Fargo.
Th boom set in and they bought mora
and held for a rise. One year ago thesa
inveftmenta went valued at several mil
lioc and will now b sold at a loss.
Such is th far westers boom.
latest arm: in heilsklv asd
: ' 1 r rkhzsrh to1 th tRmvKrj
A lodv nromment in social and army
circles told me, a day or two shioe, she
was speculating on the thousand and
ono pair of slippers which tholady
friends af our handsome president send
him, not to mention othor souvenirs by
the cart load, says tbe Washington
Cauital. "But whether married or not.
people will always send presents t )the
president," suid this lady. "Now, tbore
was Goneral. Grant and they, usoi io
send presents to Mrs. Grant; and Nolly,
too no end. Ono time the general made
Mrs. Grant return some diamonds that
had been sent her. I know this to, be a
foot, although some newspapers would
bare us believe that General Grant sever
refuted anvthiug. Another time
prominent and very wealthy lady said to
me, while Mrs. Grunt was -still in the
White House: 'I havo just received
the sweutost new bonnet from Pari that
yon ever saw. But it isn't becoming
isn't it a wicked - Bburac? and I m going
to Bend it to Mrs. Grant.' Aud she din
I hope Mrs. Grant didn't woar it out of
compliment to the goucrous friend who
crave the wifo of the prosidont what she
couldn t wear hereon, i
TUB LATEST FASHIONS,
Soalskin remains the fashionable choice
for fur garments, end is shown in greater
varioty of shapes than at any previous
season, comprising close jackols,' loose
sacques, capes, long cascques, rcdin
gotes, ulsters, dolman cloaks, visites,
chasubles, turbans, polo caps and muffs.
High shouldered effects are given to
many of the new seal garments, and
there is a tendency to make them closer
fitting around the waist and fuller below
the waist line. Sealskin jackots cldsely
fitted to the figure are new this season,
and are the choice for young ladies who
likes jaunty garment. Tbeysre single
breasted, with a rolling collar, and are
thirty-tbre or thirty-four inches long.
These jackets are mado in two shapes,
on of whioh is in Jersey style, fitted
smoothly down over the tonrnnre and
hips by seams closed to the end of the
garment, while the other has the "frock
buck" of tailor made coats, with the mid
dle scam open below the waist line, and
each side form seam lapped in a fold that
turns toward the roidJIo; a large bntton
of seal at the bead of each of these two
defioos the waist. The sleeves are a trills
higher than the shoulders, and havo no
enffs. The lining is brown quiltod satin,
with inside pockets, and the garment is
fattened by hooks aud eyes. These tight
short jackots do not need a border of
other fur, and thoir priocs begin at $90.
Sealskin sacques differ from jickotJ in
being looser, longer and double breasted.
They range from thirty-four to forty
inches in length, and trimmed may be
bad as low as $75. Thesa sacques,
though still loose, are more nearly fitted
in the baok than they were last year;
they havo a rolling collar, and high coat
sleeves, and their boauty is greatly en
hanced by a border of some other fur,
suoh as otter, natural beaver, black mar
ton, chinchilla, or black fox. Round
polerinos of sealskin are .also shown
again, but the novelty is the high shoul
dered capo with a high standing collar
shaped, precisely like the cloth copes.
Those ure about fojrtcon inches in
depth, and with a little polo cap of heal
make a pretty sot for a young lady.
Old r ladies and invalids also liko them
for tho protection thoy give the chest
and shoulders, and for their light
MUFFS OF SEALSKIN
Are a triilo larger, and it is said will bo
greatly increased in siza ; they are not
trimmed. The casaque of sealskin re
sembles a long Newmarket coat in shape;
it is tight-fitting, singlo-breasted, open
below the waist line in the back, with a
lap on the side-form seams, and is about
fifty-three iochos long ; the collar is a
standing band, the close sleeves are high
on the shoulders, and no trimming is
needed. These cost from $300 to $100.
The long close redingote differs from
tho casaque in being doublo-bruasted,
and having a Jo r soy back closed to Hie
end of the garment; this is often trimmed
with rioh fur, notably with soa otter,
which forms a Directoire collar, and
thoro is a plastron of the seal fur inside
large shell buttons, with loops of passe
menterie oord, fasten the front. Some
times there redingotes are only partly
fitted, are double-breustcd to the waist
line, and open below, and have deeply
turned-up cuff and a rolling collar of
the sealskin, or else they are trimmed
with long bluok fox fieeoe. The seal ul
sters, about fifty inches long, are fitted
to the figure, closed all around, and have
a wide border of trimming aoross tbe
foot, extending narrower up to the waist
in front; these have side pockets, great
cuffs and deep collar, and are most often
trimmed with three-quarter plucked
beaver. Mantles and visites of seal fur
are new this winter, and are liked be
cause they are graceful in shape, ere not
long enough to conceal the drees, and
are yet sufficiently warm for midwinter.
Tbe front 1 pointed in shawl shape, the
sides are high on the shoulders, and the
short baok is box plaited to make it very
bouffant over the tournure; a burder
may be added, but is not necessary for
so short a garmont. ' , x , ... . .
THB LONQ LOOSE DOLMAN CL0AJC '
In the new Rietori shape, with hijh
houldered square sleeves, is a luxuri
ous wrap that covers the wearer from
throat to foot, and has the advantage of
being easily put off and on. A wide
border of fur is au appropriate trimming
on these large garments, and may be of
the rare sea-otter, if the wearer chooses
to pay $2000 for her cloak, or else it may
be of the sable-tail trimming, or of deep
black fox, or tbe thick, soft, natural
beaver, or tbe prettily shaded gray Arica
chinchilla. There are many other large
seal cloaks of shapes kindred to this,
differing si ghtly by being left open in
the back of the skirt, or made with flow
ing sleeves or else with fullness added
in tb back, and laid over in plaits just
as tb most pliable cloth would b fash
ioned ; there are also soma with collars
rolled over a spring to keep them in
flaring shape, while others have a collar
that may be deeply pointed to open low,
yet may be also brought together high
at the throat. The high shouldered
sleeve effect is seen on all theee cloaks,
and there are many without trimming,
depending for their beauty on tb rich
ness of tho fur and the graceful out of
th garment. The reader is reminded
that in a well-mad seal garment th
pile is lurnod up, and the wearer in
broshiog it should itroke th fur up
ward instead of flattomng it by down
ward strokes. '
Tbe Alsska seal fur is found to be the
most durablo. and tbe Shetland seal is
prizod for the luxurious thickness and
-depth of its fleece. The finest sealskins
are now dyed almost black and are ap
propriately worn by ladios in deep
mourning. As we have formerly said,
if a seal cloak is dampened by rain or
I spor, it should not be dried by the fire
oraDy artificial heat, but should bo
placed in a oold dry room or in the sun
light and tbe fleece would then not be
Fl'B LINED AND FUH-TR1MMED CLOAKS.
Fur-linod garments are made in many
of the shapes just described for sealskin,
such as the short visites, long casaquos,
redingotes. and the loose dolman olouks,
and also in large circulars, whioh re
main the standard wraps for carriage and
general wear, when warmth and com
fort are considered rather than novelty.
The preference in fur-lining is for those
of solid colo,8uch as the brown-shadod
mink lining with tails banging at inter
vals, or a whole gray lining made of
the back of Siberian squirrels, or of tbe
downy chinchilla floeoo, or perhaps it
may bo of tho stylish golden brown
shades of the red fox lfcskins, or black
Astrakhan may line a mourning gar
ment, while for evening the royal ermine
is used again; tho whole squirral linings
(with white locks on gray grounds) are
now very inexpensive, and are found in
simple ciroulara as low as $35, and in
Bilk pelisses trimmed with fur at $75 or
$80, though in most instances the prices
are greater than those just quoted. For
the handsomest silk garments for the
street, brocaded velvets and brocaded
satin or ottoman silk are nsed in unique
design of both large and small Azores,
and similar fabrics appear in cloaks with
pluBh or quilted satin linings that have
moroly trimmings ol lur. for tne car
riage, for reoeptions, and for evening
wear 'there are visites of magmnoent
gold brocades on grounds of oitamar, or
vlush upon plash in the seal skin brown
shades; some of these are scarooly larger
than scarfs that bang low in Iront ana
merely reach the waist behind; they are
lined with fur, and bordered . rishly
to match. For mourning are many
camel's hair cloth and ar mure silk cloaks
trimmed with the fine Persian lamb akin,
and either lined .with , it or with th
wholo gray lining made of squirrel
back; black fox borders are also on
similar cloaks. Tbe high full effect on
the shoulders is given to new circulars
by rows of shirring between the neck
and shoulders. Sioilienne, tremerlaine,
messine and other repped Bilks and satin
fabriosof various names are used for
circulars for general wear.
Sacques of Persian lambskin.of glossy
black closoly curled fleece, are made in
the shape of sealskin sacques, partly
fitted, double breasted, and without bor
ders. This fur is tod tender to be nsed
for tight fitting jackets; it will, however,
be very fashionable for pelerines, capes,
muffs, and, above all, for trimming cloth
dresses and cloaks. The Astrakhan
skins are also closely curled, hut have
loss silky luBter than the Persian! just
noted, lkussian lambskin has very long
wavy fleece, with more luster then As
trakhan, all these furs find their best us
as trimmings, not for black garments
alone, but also for colored cloths, esprc-
ially for green and blue cloth suits; they
may be only two inches wide, or tbey
may be six inches in width ,und they cost
from $2.50 to $12 a yard, according to
thoir quality and width. Black fox fur
is well known tfr its long silky fioece,
and will be much used iu capes, collars,
mulls onu trimmings, and there are
quaintly shaped turbans of this fur with
merely a round crown for tbe foundation,
and the long fleece falling over its edge
as a brim. This) inches on th pelt is a
good width for this fur when used os
trimming. Bluck marten is still iu groat
favor, as it is now thoroughly deodor
ized, and is one of the Wrongest furs; it
is used in capes, collars and muffs, and
as a bordor for some of the finest seal or
velvet cloaks. The, black Russian hare
is the prettiest inexpensive fur bordor.
as it may be hod in narrow widths at
$1.10 a yard, and there are warm and
useful capes of this fur for So. and muffs
to match for $3.50.
BHOWN AND OR AT FUK9.
Brown furs are fast coming into favor
again, and ladies wbo have taken oaro of
their sables and mink furs are now re
warded. The novelty in these is the nse
of the tails of th animal, which are now
not in set stripes, but are made to hang
separately lik a fringe, two inches be
low tho belt, on fine borders, on collars
and collarettes, and also on the entire
lining of cloaks.- These tail trimmings
are very effective when mad of dark
brown mink, and are pretty in tbe aew
small round collarettes. Russian and
American sables are made up in th
simplest mannr in cellars, capes and
muffs as their rich Jlcec and fin col
oring ar their great beauty, and need
no ornament Natural beaver shading
from light to dark brown is also a hand
some brown trimming, and is very popu
lar with young ladies for capes, caps,
and muffs; it is a favorite bonier for
black and colored velvets, and also for
cloth suits. This fur i also greatly
diversified bj having all the stiff hairs
plucked out oi it, having a downy nob
fleece, or being "half plucked," or else
three-quarters plucked; it is also colored
a very dark brown that is nearly black.
Chinchilla is still a favorite gray fur,
and is found in the two different kinds,
of which Arica is the finest, though the
Bolivia chinchilla is also very pretty.
Sealskin plush is the most fashionable
material for wraps. It is made to re
semble the real seal so closely that it
tokos a thorough examination to tell
which is which. Tbe plnUi is very dura
ble and will last for year. It always
looks like an imitation, however, and ap-
Eears common and shoddy, no matter
ow bandaoma a garment 1 composed of
A Russian tradesman, whom business
brought to a town in Turkestan, give
the following aocount of tbe way in
which Chinese soldiers clean their guns:
"Tbe sun of tb Chines soldiers, be
says, "are generally good and of th
latest construction, but every time after
they have teen used th soldiers put
them by the sid of a canal, pour water
over them, and then tak them up to b
dried by the sun."
H0LSB AND FAB3U
Fried Onions Peel and'slioe in rings.
Fry in lard until tonder. Season with
salt and pepper and servo with beef
steak. To Remove Warts on Cattle A cor
respondent asks how to remove warta on
cows' teats. Use raw tomatoes for tbe
removal of warts. Cut a tomato iu two
and rub with tbe inside Try it.
. Hockory Nut Cake One and a half
oups white sugar, a half cup buttor, two
cups flour, three-fourths cup sweet milk,
one cup nut kernels, whites of four
eggs, one tcaspoonful soda, two tea
spoonfuls cream tartar.
To Sweeten Rancid Lard Plooe the
lard over the fire, slice fresh potatoes
thin, a few or mauy, according to the
quantity of grease, ' then fry until the
slices are brown. The grease will be
sweet, while tho potatoes will be im
To' Cure Chickon Cholera A reoipe
for chicken obolera : Take as much gun
powder as will turn corumeal or any
similar feed or bran moderately black,
and feed it to your chickens. Give them
all thoy will eat of it, and if fod when
first takon sick, it will euro them.
Dolioious Pudding One quart of
boiled milk, mixed with a quarter of a
pound of mashod potatoes and tho same
quantity of fl jur, with on or two ounces
of butter, aud two ouuoei of sugar.
When it is cold, add three eggs well
boaten; bako half an hour, and eat with
wine sauce. ,
Scrappol Boil a bog's bead one dsy,
lot it stand all night. Slip out the bones
and chop fine; then return the meat to
tb liquor. . Skin when first oold; warm
and seuson freely with poppor, salt, sage,
and sweet herbs. Two cupfuls of buck
wheat meal and one cupful of corn meal.
Put into molds, and when cold out into
slices and fry for breakfast.
A Nice Sauce for Tea A nice sauce
for tea can be mado of figs. Let them
soak in cold water, or, butter still, in a
little sour cider, all night. Thon let
them boil gently till tbey uro tendor.
Jnit before takiug them from tho fire add
sugur to your taste. If you do tot use
cuter, the juioe of one or to lemons
should be used to prevent the sauce from
Asparagus a la Creme. Break the as
puragus into pieces about an inch long,
caving tho head pieces doublo the
length; when tbey reiuss to break easily
they ate tough, and must be disoarded
firm that point. Boil until tendor in
sailed water, which must be boiling
when tho utiirirakuv ia put in. When
tcuilcr, draiu uuit on toast, which
is wuiliug, cn a hot platter, nud pour
ovor it a white eauce.
Fried Celery Cut the celery into
pieces three or four inches long; boil
them tender in salted water; drain them.
Make a batter in the proportion of two
eggs to a cupful of rich milk; mix flour
or flue broad or crackers crumbs, enough
to give it consistency; roll the piooes of
celery in it, and fry them to a light
brown in hot lard. Serve very hot.
Celery can also be cooked as asparagus,
boiled tender, and served with a white
Mr. Fm Bcmub.
. nt ripl.inrj ..A . (.num. V.tit var.Ml
1 BUI UIIV Ul IU. m.iJn ... w juu... via.
erowlui ind mcott)(ul mcrvaiulle boum. I bave
B . -i i . . i.- i. it. v. if r. mI
UO. only luiurou uiy iu iur iuv usui-m ui uj iuii
ly, but I am. wall trh ol my two (rU.t.r 1 mured
. .u.. ...I . nl nwr r..n.i...u Ittt.il.t.lu In
lUIUOIUII.UlVUIlkUl ... I.CJVt". .'.. v-iw .
thelirm. (-hould one (if un die, i lie llrin ta not
crljipli-o oy ma wimnnwai 01 pnriiii-f unci cm.
For Hie Hint ten ymn wa chr the premium to
..iianu i n.iiiii tvlipr ihHt tiprin.1 is nns5.'d iha
policies revert to our (aiulles.
DON'T BUY BOSS BOOTS UNLESS.
YOU WANT THE BEST. SEE THAT
OUR NAME IS ON EVERY PAIR.
AKIN. SELLING & CO.
Agents wanted iu every mwu iu Oreipn ana
Waxbinftlon to tell the new Improve! NO.
8KVKN Amorlcan 'ewln? Machine. Job i B. Gar
rison, Geueral Agent, Wi Tnlrd klreot, Forliaud,
Roaring cntaMcta ol honest opplauito, loaming
oceans of fun, and itit beat show of tho season
now boingbcldat Ui Elite theatre, Portland,
Orcgou. Regular pri'.ee 26 and 60 ceuU.
Frank O. Ahell, the beat of Oreipa arMtt". 1i al
ways prepared to mat pootognipni la tbe highest
styie of .heart. at bis (rll-ry, 167 rim street, Fort
laud. Call at bis art roomt wbea iu tbe dir.
Take V7m. l'funder'a 0son Blood Purifier.
Garrison repairs all kind of aewin? Machines.
U, N. P. CO.-Nw awrlra Nr. A.
, J. N. KNOWUtS
J. N. KNOWLES,
Shipping Si Commission Merchant
WOOL A SPECIALTY
U(a. Machlnrrr, Farm Implement and all kinds O
Buppllea fnrnlabed on auort notice.
r Offlc: 10? FROST STREET,
Partlaa, Oi i a. ,
: Itaferencs: Tint Nations Bank.
F. Yf. DEARBORN & CO.
Manufacturers and Dealers In
107 Front Street, Portland, Or.
ESTIMATE ft BXiaRED.
S. & G. flUIP & CO.,
Picture Frames, Moulding, Mirror, Art
a Third Street (Atanrartli Black),
mil Set of Teeth for $ 10.
Yt VM "X. S1S.
TF.KTH FILI.KD AT LOW RATER; BATIBFAO
ttoa (uaraowed. Uaa admlnatercd. Dental (rad
Partl4. Oi !
onm M. Tnloa Bloc It. Mark atrart ntnur
aiion paVim. :
Oixo, scauTUx jb (x) . r.r
him k-Hhow canra ol nil kind. uL ??.! 4
to oidr. at tutu Frauclaco prU-, i u0 "MWa
K-Tlie beat one dollar ly liouaToB
Faweiiae a and baifKmje cony,.y,u to and Kfc
tra'iw and bou Irw.. K Lewl,iOU, pruprtato, "
D. W. FUKNTH'K, IN Vint
oiiimo di-al,.r. Fla.i.w.orguut, ,it muaio io,ui;
tlil.gln thi- mii li- Mm.-. ry.
JWY. JKWKi.KY I'll.
CI A. BOVB, Unnwr, loi pi.,. ...
piuuondii, watches and Jewelry. 'n, u-TITT:
haUniad watch. Couiury uttier. aoll,!l"ea.ur
U B. l-ETlf. Ka. HH nk Nire-Hrl nr.
ri,ui.nuitiuirrui Miry Mill Indira Vllls, ()ra
QUOIINOUOII, MMTTH Ac C-O IF., w V?
AS Jeoaa-lrnpuii(.n! and d.alrs in li'oJo,;.
Hardware, mrchinik-a' twK cutlery, firming
and marulelied ui lawitaLi Cuuniry orden
' ' a. .
M F.HQEJa A. VOHPF.U. AT "turk.-Monuru.nl.
'luiiitM, HcadHloiiM. el., fur ilnlicl In lt,lan nT
American marble (Immtiy orduia Cllwi urumi3i
ISud for prices and d. nkim. Frwnpu.
EH 11 KK RAKI-.K Y. WMhmiflor,rViJ"i
rlihr, 1'mpa. JdHMiCacturciaof I'ilui brml b
I'tcnlc, Duller, Hitnii, tiugnr an:l Shoe Fly rinrkeni!
Oriiem from the triule aolUu-d aud promotlr .T
funded to, 1 """l"1'
D. P. KKKKE Y. Attorney and (tounirlor al
Law Room & Drkuu'a building. Legal bunlnrM
IjerudnliiK to liners I'ulent fur luventl.nn, uetim
fS.e pBtont OfiW or In rh I'onrn. a nerlattT. -
IUKT KKCF.IVED AT OARRIKON-H HEWING
(J Machine more, 167 Tnlrd street, Portland, Ors-
f:nn, WW cuwa of lliniM-bu.d Hewing- Machines. Bur
ns two and one half years' use In (ire ton the II unite,
hold haa fomtd Ha way to the front. Its suiwrtir
merits are now w.UI known to the public Agents
wanted to sell In every town In Oregon. .
WAREHOUSE, STORE AND FARM USE.
- OBAIX AND tTOBK TBUCfi.
Write far Price I.l.t, .
L. II. PARKER, Agent, , I,
IS Herta Tront Street, Portland, Oregon.
DR. II JITIY'
Tie Sreatest .
V M ft.
tbe wo&iarlui HtntM
ui UTnaratai. '
Tonic (oi He Blood, ill ,
'Anotkor Orcnt Victor Uadioal
Wait!) Millions 13 tfca hm Family I
CELERY, BEET AND IRON
Is acknnw icoKcd iy all Physicians to t4
Uie Orcirst Medical Cempound
Is a never r.lll-il ' tier for Nearalt
uuJ e,.n. flehlilty.
N. E. Cor. Sond and ainhtllals.,
A. P. AKrrrRONc,
J. A. Wasco,
Principal. - -" .
l'cniruin and Secretarr
Djsinicd for the Easiness Education of Bota Sim
AJmittcd on any week day of tl xar.
Of all kinds execnud to order at reasonable rates,'
Satisfaction guaranteed. ', , ,, J 1
The COllcyo "Joiirnnl," cmtalnlne; infortnatioa
of the course of atudv, rate of tuition, time to
enter, etc., and cuts of plain nnd orauauioktl pen
man. hip, Irec.
Elgin, Springfield or Walthaja Watch,
! S aaaee rrr Cc flS
la asmea Bllver Oaae ,,,,. ISA
la 4 aaasee ailver Oaaa. " IT CO
I assaa aailasn, mi naraaaea theea Oaaalaa ,
Aaserleaa UmawU-ss IatltaUaa.
Also full stock of
JIWILIT, CLOCKS aaa aPKCTACXJES,
Goods seat "a O P." to any part of the eesatry.
JOHK A. BCCE., ,
Watehasakar aad Jswreler, ' '
lAa Prat (aUa tta aaaaa "
Portland. Oresna. " ' ' '
1 6 A LVA N I Z E DJ R 0 NC ORN j C E S.
PATENT SMOKE &VENTILATIN8 CHIMNEY'S.
TFRR C0TTA CHIMNEY PIPE&T0M IK
OO TO THB
W. A JAMBS. Principal. T. . CHAM BIM, Beef
Tbe O a Joanal (na atttloaj.ftrtnf foB IntaaBl
Uaa. seat Faxsu Aitrlrtas
Beo.ar.u J-p, CHAlfBajus,
Pan4. Qtj-r. U Bos
.USE ROSE PILLS.