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EUGENE CITY GUARD.
EUOENE CITY. OREGON.
Womltrfullj Klrli M Fiml in
the Colorado Pemrt.
PKF.SIOTT A .SHUHTI' I'KXTF.K.
The Southern Par Mr Will Sot Honor
San Wego Tlrkf I t'Vrr
(iovcrnor Hughes nf Arizona olfcr a
rrwaidof 5.111 lor the renegade Kil.
dead or ailte.
Tin- liimUf output in the Pacific
Northwest tliirinif tin" -r !
crraed 7ii,ii.l,ii (ret.
Prcw-ott. A. T., ha I'' I ah. siting
j-raa- on the avciage of nine a week
tin- past iimiilli. aii'l the cilicn are
inanil. -ting einiaidcrai'Ie iifl ifiit mn.
hail Jw Common Council refuse f
reorganize Hi Hoard ol Health othat
il shall consist ol regular phyaician.
The lartl now consists of thr.-e Coun-ciliiii-n,
tin" City F.hginccr and one
The Canadian Pa. illc ha U-t a con
tract for building 250 mile "' railria.l
Utwern Nelson. II. '.. ami a iint m ar
Calgary. Hie proposed route is the,
much-talked-of i ron' Nest I 'as ami ;
Tolauvo I'lai nit.
The la k ol (unlr-run for children al
jm Angrle I complained of lr the
i-iiiieiia. la one mall diatrn t over forty
children ilu not go to school at all. The
ieiile whose iTnlilreli are crow-led out
art- ri for revolt.
A big strike ha Wn ma-le in Hie
Mammoth mining diatrict in Arizona.
Theaurfaie cropping are over im feet
wide, ami the toll I so plentiful that
flake of it ran m aecn numerously
throiighout the sample.
A wonderfully rich gold II ml liaa lieen
niaile in the I'olorailo Ivscrt, ixty imlea
from han llerhanlino ami twenty mile
from Imlio. Old miner think tfii di
covery il where the Indiana used to fiml
the gold they showed to the eiile in
Tlie Southern Pacilie ha issued a cir
Hilar at Chicago saying that hereafter it
will not honor San Ihego ticket over
the Southern California lai-suae ol the
$ft arbitrary rate demanded. Tina vir
tually aiiioiinta to a rcliiaal to handle
ban Ihego business on any term.
Kicmlihgly rlrh gold uuartx liaa la-en
taken from the Uittom of the mtisl con
ilenaer well at lleal.l-l.iirg, Cal., which
had lieen broken in a blast. The well in
'JM fil l deep, ami no water ha yet len
obtained. The iiurt will assay $200 to
tlie pouml. The alrike ha canned iiim h
excitement. The I ire of the well iene-t-alr
the gravel ili it along the Hua
I'r. F.ngcne F. Weal, who waa ran
vicled at San Francisco ol the murder
ol Addie (ulinorc, a Col una milliiier,
iixhi whom lie had la-rlormcd a criminal
oierallon, awx n-l in urt the other
morning to have wiitriu-e aKMtl iiu
hliil. lie wan willelirr.1 liy Jmlife Wal
lace to Iwenty-live veara in the State
riMin. A motion for a new trial wan
ileiiiiil. Ill attorney cullt-l atteiition
to iiunicroili technical nntn, ami ankiil j
lor a utay ol iirm-eeiliiigit, wlucii wai
The Ontario iSan llernanlino i-oiinty,
Cal. ; fruit KxchaiiKe haa hroilht nil it
ami aaka for n-Klraiiiing order airaiiiat
J. (. dari-ia to ireveiit 1 1 nil Ironi iIihm- ,
ing ol In urange cnii for thia aeaa.ui to
any other mru' tha i the 1 I nt i IT. ;
T he romplauit allrfin llial tlm orange
crop amount to iUM Uixe, and the ih
fi'lidelil la a meiula-r ol the ci li.lllKe
ml eiitereil into an agreement with the
other meinhera not to m il hi fruit out
anle the eii'haliK'i', hut that he ha ilia
Mmed ol a irtloii ol the crop to oillaidu .
A iIih i.ioii haa lieen given in the
Cnitol Mate liialricl Court at San
IranciMii awarding ilmi;ea, acgnvul
ing ahoul llil.iam, to heir of the t ap-
taui, ami owner ol the athooiicr
Kidelity, which waa liwt hy the iiutntrr
ol the teaiu tug I'miler w hile towing
the hoom-r over lluiulaildt har in No-vemla-r,
I ve.i. The Capliun and all huuda
ol the latter wi re loM. The court held
that the Iwr Udore ami after the ilixaater
wa in ail -xceeliiiglv ilaugenma i-ondi-tmn,
and a careful pilot would not have
attempted to low the achooner over.
Thert'loie it gave judgment (or the
Idailitllla. The cum la tlie tirat ol the
nid ever rendcn-U iu the Tinted State
(iermanr haa maiU a frontier
lrrlt. ,,. mlt). France.
Tlie Indian hudget estimate a
ol 'i'lOAXU lut ol rupee.
All Kngland and Kran.-e ii itirre.1 up
over Anarchiat plotting.
Manv 'J the Sicilian rioter have la-en
i' - a . . .
given long leruia Ol iiiiprioniiieiii
Ixiidon Unk otlicialt av there i an
rmliarraaaiiig prevalcm e of farthing.
Savinir hank deiauit ncounta in
France are om-aiith le than they were
two yeara ago.
There liaa ln a iteavly growth in
contiliental arruiea ol tht kind ol hy-
U-ria known a neurasthenia.
Ihiring tiie laat year the French gov
ernment haa paid out alanit .'O.iJiaJ franc
lor the dcatrui lion ol ' woire.
The air of Saxoiiyeat the fleali ol
huriM , iloira god rata oiMirdiiirf to a re-
. irl iiiale to tlie State (lepartmeiit.
I Word ha la-en n-iit to the court of
I Furope thai the shah of I'craia intend
toviait llerlm, St. I'eterahiirg, Tan and
j Vienna nett year.
i i ueen Victoria ha ordete.1 iimrt olli
ciala to adopt atrn t prei aiit ion to pre
vent the aale ol introduc tion at court
hy women ol title.
The p'oHal ol Ijiiina in the French
Chauila r to entuhiii-h a Stale monoNlv
for Ihe aale of wheat da not meet with
pronouni-ed ipular fator.
The utlering among the Uuidon ir
thia winter I not great awaei-ln-u-l.
It haa heen alut au average
wuitei lor the unemployed.
The Car haa or.li r.-. a new thirty
fool i inter yai ht to l Imilt hy J.
W hite ol ('owe during tin aeaxxi. It
I to r maguitiit'iilly lill-l.
There were l.iM mtoii kille.1 in ac
cident in and alamt coal mine in (m at
lirilain during laat vear. an im reaae of
forty over Ihe record ol IW'S.
The we-Miiig ol the liraml Ihike of
lleM. and I'riui-ea Vii toria .Melita of
Saxe-Cohurg-iiotha haa Ui n finally ar
ranged lor April at Cohurg.
I'llerto lino complaina that hr the
treaty with America it i lining $lii,()
moiithlr, ami wante the mother govern-
Hu nt to ahrogate Ihe agri-ement.
The im reaaed cultivation of opiv in
vanou pari ol Kumpe ha. it ia ail,
le.1 to a marke.1 gmwlh in the erceiit
ageol opium contumi'-l in honey.
The rumor that the lug Millard, with
ixtv-tao men on hoard, wa a recked oil
the S'icaragtian coaat haa U-cli itjiilirmiit.
.Vol a M'raon on the ill-fatel veaael waa
The French reinfon fluent for the
oiliimn at Timhuctoo have hail to atorm
Ihe village ol Xioforge, which opaicel
their paaaagv. ami 101 inhaliitanl were
ierinany inipiiry into Ihe ailver
ipieatioli in it hroad phuae, which if
alamt to he enterel into, may awHihlv
change the attitude ol that country on
ItiiU'iintein i new aai re-loM-ra,"('hria-tua,"
ia to have ila tirat presentation
within two or three week in the oiera
hoilae at llrealail under the onuMer'a
In lU rlin a new company ha huilt a
lot ol rah on an improve.! pattern and
littetl them a ith automatic (are-ret'eiv-em,
o that the driver dia'a not hanlle
any money at all.
The Crown Prince ol Siam i among
Ihe hoy author of Ihe world. He haa
written aeveral atone, lor Kngliah chil
dren' magaxiiie, ami can write lluently
in three huroeaii language.
Men do not give up their aeat to
women in the puhlic muveyaucc in
liondon and I'aria. They might la' o
lailite if railed UMin, hut the Ian of
faith CI tie fordid paaaeligeni to ataud.
Italian Imainea men in all part of
Ihe kingdoai and Ihe ClminUm of Com-
mene ol all Ihe principal citie are vig-
oroualy opiawmg the pniaal for an lu
cre e of tlie dill ie on iiiiirlel w heal.
Il ia ni. hy M. Alla-rt Clim ami cor
rolairate.1 hy other exH'rt that there
are M-arcely an novclit in Kraiice who
can count on receiving eipial to or alaive
IU,lm Irani- m vear for their literary
Wit Intra wals From Xew York
Saving i:ankt in IKt:i.
UUlU IS SOKTHEEX MI5NHS0TA
Tbf KaDa I'opulUU (o Itilrodiire
Novelty In (lie Com In if
FKUM WASHINGTON CITY.
ti.. ...i in.. ( ih IIuum Com
mittee on Hanking and Currency will
report U Ihe lull ttjinrr nier ia..o.7 ,,iM, . l.
the i.iii ,4 (, oi Indiana to permi ntf ratine toiunientarj on II
Iloiirdin, w ho wa Mow n to piei-e in
lirccnwieli Park, Umdon, wa a friend
of Henry, the I'aria Anarchiat, and it i
heheved had deaigncd toemuUte in aome
way Ihe acta ol hi (riend in the Tertui
tiu rafe outrage.
At a meeting of the. Autonomic I'ltih
in IjiiiiIoii a a'ker Mke ol Vaillaut,
I'allaa and other Ananhiata aa "mar
tyr." He advlaed the atudv ol chem
icala, mi that hoinlw could U made ami
Mr. iladtoiie ia devoting the apart
lime w ! ii It he hn (rum hiadutv man
aging Ihe allaira of the llriliali r nip, re
to ail enthuaiaatie utility ol tlie Haiie
laiigungea, the dialect ol the atranne
Hiiple who inhahlt the alotH- of the
The Supreme Court ol Oregon haa a(
tinned the judgment ol the lower court
in the rae ol the State va. Hanen, ap
iellaut, Irom Clalaop county. The ap
jiealwaaon the groiiml of error ln'ing
made in admitting certain vvidciice and
giving and rcfuaal of certain iiiatruction
hy the ruurt. On Wednesday, July
laat, he murdered hi wilei Camliiie
Haiiacn, while he waaeiigage.1 in pu k
ing rpl-rric al their home in Clalaoii
county. 1hedee. wa committed with
atii k alnit a vard in length, w itli a
knot on Ihe end. The hlow waa uaui
the liel. It mvurred alamt 4 p. m.
Haliaen ma.le a coiileMion on the follow
ing Saturday to sheritl II. A. Smith and
K. I. Puiihar. Hi i(e died alinot
inatanlly, and after remaining ,v .r
ide (or alamt an hour lUiim u went to
a iieighUir pl,.e n,l t,., hun what he
had done. during Ur evening he
hurtled the .tick in a atove Hi hi home.
He waa indicted ami ronm ted ol the
crime of murder in the tu.t ,l.yni A
motion f.,r a new trial aa oterruh-l hv
Judge r. A. Mcllride, and llani-n wa
rnteui'e.ltohrliange.l. I hedeleiidant'a
4iuni l conteiid.-t that in the dtifcmon
made in the pre nccof theShernl rer -thing
ahow that HaiiMii wa inane.
and that the ulw.jiii nt ninlri.m
made alter mnvering from the elt.vu ,,(
liquor. Ju.lk-e M.iore, in tlie opinion.
ay Ihe atatute reitur tlie ai ue.
when liiwinly i ,U adl a a defciiae'
toei.Ial.ih tl,r t Uvond a reamm
at.le doiiht. It la not in the province u(
court tociir.tion die ,i,-T ,,f law or
ay that Hi rule etah!ihe. in i-wm i
inhuman, or il the accuard ran utter aul
ticlelit r l.leli.e to rie in die mind ol
juror a muon,(. ,IU, ( ,,,,tT
tlien the Stata. iuut etallih thia (act
like all other. Uvon.l n-aaotiahU- doiital!
Kroiu fa. u and, in niiilaii.r of tliera-
ID piry were at hla-rtr, and it a a their
Ui any uy ll,rir venlict whether the
rleaign to kill waa lurmed and matured
ia rol l hl.K.I and ia huulv un or
rmaion, and having mt (.mud tinder
proper iii-trn. turn Inxn the Court, tha
judgment ia atTinned. The opinion roti
r tifiava paa ut typa-wnttea copy. 0
Ijititlon' Thirteen Cluh at a reri-ut
dinner had tlnrtii'ii diahea on the menu,
aalt cellnra were plied alamt on the
tahleclolh with alil'lle.1 carvli-MOicaa. Ihe
chairman hroke a large innror ami each
gueal a ainall one. and to enn the climai
only CMM-eyisI waiter were employed.
Mercantile rivalry U'tweeii l.iveriHiol
and Mam heater, occaaioncd hy tlieoH-n-
nig oi me amp canal, I occupying in
Willi ritie a large ahare ol puhlic atten
tion. An nuNirtaiil iiiovemeut henig
made hv puhlic Ualie in l.neriH.il to
iimnterai'l the uiMuem-e of thehipca-
uai on uie iraiie ol mat port.
A new kind ol fuel made from noliili.
lied iH'troleuiu and other material ia
now lieing extenaivelv manufacture! in
Krance. It I atat.il that it heat-producing
proiiertie are yery a-nat. and
that eieriineiiU to uae it in engine lur-
ti nate ixvn oi a inoal aalirla. tory
Vice-Admiral U'fevre. French Mini-
ter ol Marine, eatiuiatea that hv alamt
imki Ihe tviie o iMncla.1 now lieiiur im-
atructe.1 hv the nation ol the world will
he n-a.lie.1 it axvre, natal anna
melita along prevent line will he coin
lelcl, and ihe nation will have armed
lor the aea up to Ihe limit.
Mr. Auitli, Itnti.h Home Secretary
in reply lo Ihe retpieat ol I'rof. Tvndall.
who rei-ently returneil Irom America,
that he lie accorded an interview a itli
Mr. Mavhrick in ohlcr to indue her to
oonaent to I h pllolle-l ai d ,iieatioiied
while in that atate (or the puriieo( ea
tahliahing. if laiwithle, her iunia-rnce,
inlomi I'rof. Ttndall that he cannot
oermii cm h au interview.
K liatrict Judge in Kana ha d.-rid
e.1 that the Stale Helorm SchmJ, which
ha ln running a r.. ianT rrtni
wa-ting the Stale meanwhile a rl deal
( money, haa no ronatitulional ni.t-em-e.
The total p.tal rei-ript in Chi.agi
iliirmg l.a-.ij were M,"il,fM.
TheCiar talk ol leaving St. Peter
The Kiff.ana threaten to reU
Mavor lloi.kln ol Chicago ha re-
dilce.) hi own aalary 10 arr irlil.
I'onii.aiiie in Ilenver owning auielter
have decnle.1 Uiahilldown hall the furnace.
W'olve have lieen killing aheep at a
great rate in parta ol Mmiieaota not very
The memlieniliipol the Maarachuaell
lirund Army I 617 lea than it wa a
The Kentucky Senate ha defeated Ihe
anli-laail-natiii hill, which liavl paaxn
IVtition lor the eatahliahmetit of a
National Itoard ol Health are pouring in
It ia claime-l that deep allow in the
Wvomimr Mountain have driven at
l.-a-t in,""1 elk lo Ihe plain.
The old iilioll hue, which haa lieen nt
Ihe lioint ol dlaaolllllon (or the laat two
yeara, haa la-en revive.! again.
F.itenaive frailda liave lieen diacovere.1.
hv mean of which piirchaaer ol imhli
land in Texaa have lieen windle..
Il ia exiMi'te.1 that Miaalf and Sankey
will make a great many i-onveraion dur
nig their engagement in Vahington.
The New York Central railroad haa
iii.l order for exteiiaive retrench
meiil along the entire line of the road.
The w ill of Charlc Itathgate lie. k of
New York have ll.um.wal lo I'r. Park
Inirat'a Sa-ielv lor Ihe I'reveiilion of
It i thought tiovernor Nort hen' at-'
lion in endeavoring lo prevent prize
fighting in tieorgia will iMi-ome an iam
(ioId-iMi-kera are laiuring into the
liainy l-ake wition, Northern Minni
laita, where the precioii metal haa la-en
A projiit to liirniah Omaha with
water miwit by mean ol a canal fifty
mile long i laying coliaiileriil hy promi
A New York journal rcMrl that
cheap luiildiiig material are cauaiug
"an epidemic ol ollice huilding und
The fnml aturtiil hy Mayor l.ilroyof
New Yoik lor the reliel ol the Hor now
amouiil to I'iO.iW, and uiilcli more la
eiixi'te.1 to la iiilltrihlltel.
In Ihe attempt lo hreak the w ill of ex
Senator II. M. Kii-e ol Mintieaola, who
lelt U'.i.(xa., claimant alhve hia common-law
marriage w ith a iiiaw.
A niimla r of New York manufactur
er, w hoeeatHhlihmeiit haveacnpaiitv
of nearly iUHl.tKli.iUHI hricka a year, are
going to try and Imild a hnck trual.
anil ha Inh-ii iuatitiited at St. Ixiuia
that involve title to all the property on
one aide of (Hive at reel from Third to
Twenly-liral, aggregating .'al,(lili.Uit.
T. V. Powilerly, late lieneral Maater
Workman ol the Kniudit of 1-aUir, hn
eiiterel auil againat Ihe onler lor aalary,
exNtiae, etc., aiiiountilig lo over f 1,000.
Poalmaater Dayton luta reduced the
cxjH'iiaeof lighting the New York an
ollice hillhliiig from 70.0tMr to :-,,00 hv
having a new akylight cut through the
1uiiHvilli'diatilleraare not well pleai-iil
with the allegal projn't to have the gov
ernment extalilinli warehotiai'M in New
York where tax-overdue whiaky may la
atoreil. Mm. Olden, w idow ol the ex-liovernor
ol New Jeraey, ha given 117,1-00 to the
Sheltering Arm lloapitul near Chnrlea
ton, W. Va., lor the U-nelit ol diaahlcd
The Iowa lloiiae ol lie preaentutivca
ha pitaae.1 a lull reUiriiig inaiirance
coinpamea to adjuat loaae within thirty
day and pay them within forty daya
Ijiat vear the withdrawal from the
avinga liauk of the Slate ol New York
exceeded the deait hv f.'ll,MH,(l",l. In
I S! the deamit exec, .Iiil the draft hv
Sam .lone cloae.1 hi aerie ol meet
ing at the Talernacle in Naahville hy
apH-ahng lor aulwcriptioiiatu pay oir the
del't on the huilding. In a few minute
I0,0IKI wa dropH'd in the hut.
A ateauiahiii line will prohahlv la-
eatalililni Ih'Iwiimi lialvcatou ami lien-
mark lor Ihe purHMe ol transporting mi
migrant from Norway, Swcleii and
Northern Kurie direct to Texita.
Mr. CliHka (formerly Cora Itcll Fel
low! haa la-en deaertel hy her Saute.
Indian hiiahand, w ho ha taken up w ith
a voung aouaw on the reservation. Mi.
Cliimk;! pmaa-f to obtain a divorce.
The tunnel under the Paliaadea, w hu ll
i to give the New York, Hiixpiehaniia
and Weteru railntad all 1 1 1. 1 -1 x-ii. (-1 1 1
terminal on the North river, i nearnii!
completion. It waa la.-guu Augiint I,
IJtd'j, nn, i. j,,07'.: t n,j.
Jim Mitchell, drunkard and deier
ate character, waa renionat rated with for
laiialeroiia oiinltict while at the (mm. I
Central IVtait at Houston. Tex., w lien
he pulliil out hia pistol and oM'iic tin
on Ihe crowd, killing three men. one lit
tle child and wounding one woman.
The Kalian PopiiliMa iirotaiee in the
coining aililical campaign to organire a
ihealrnal company ol young nople of
the re-Uiite talent a au adjunct lo the
tte cami'aigti and aciid them over tlie
tate. giving plava depicting the wo.-
and ilia w hich aillicl the working clause.
The elis tion of ofticer lv the Wom
an' SuiTiage Convention at Waahingtou
mmlte.1 a lollowa: Susan B. Anthonv,
President; llev. Anna H. Shaw, Vice
Priaideiit at large: Itachcl Foater Avery
ol Philadelidiia. CrreKnding Swre
Ury; Mr. Harriet Tat lor ol lpt.ui, O ,
freaaurer; Mr. F.llen H. Ihctrick ol
Ikieton and J.-w plnne K. Henry of Ken
Tht- Sei-retary ol the Interior in a
Montana caae hold thai each twetitv-
acre tra.-t ol any plao-r claim muat how
the li".i.er ol mineral in onler tool
State and Terrilorie to
"tale note and currency.
ilawhn lull a-ranting land Irom Fort
liougla mihlary reairvatioii aa a aite
lor the 1'iiiier.ity ol Clan and Oeary
hill lor a puhlic r..ad through l.iine Point
reaervatloli. ( alilorina, naie i
.! I.v tl. 1 1. ,ui- Coiiiiuittve on
ThelloiiM) Cominitt'-e oil Inleratale
ml Koreiirn Commerce ha yole.1 to
make a fatorahle nport on the New
York ami New Jercv hridge hill, which
lielirei'titatie Hiiiinhv ha re.lrafta
with a view of ohviatuig the ohi lion
in 11, a. I'mntelit' ni l ilt Veto.
The Pn-aideiit ha inforineil meinher
ol Congrea who hate appna lieil nun
on the iihj t that he proc an (ar a
Hiible toapiaiiiitoiiio( army and naval
olticer a cadet at large In the Military
ami Naval Acadeinie. Mil I in acmnl
am-e with hi licy ol eight year ago
1 here are two audi vacancle at the N
val Ai-ailemy, which. It I lielievol, will
he II lie. I la-lore May I.
Oroetenor' hill lor a national celebra
tion at Chickamatiga and Chattanooga
Military Park septeinlaT r.t and 2t ha
la-en approved hv the House Collimitti-e
on .Military Altuu. Arrangi-meiiia win
he under the direction of the Secretary of
War, who i to re.iiiest the participation
of the 1'rn.i.h nt and Congrce. the Su
preme Coiirl, hcada o( l"ertineliU ol
tlie .trmy ami .avv, novernor. nr,
Past Assistant Surginn llichard Ali
hrnL'e has Ui-ii .Ii-iiu-imiI (nun Ihe navy
llewa the re. order ol a coiirl-inartial
at Mare Island. Cal., hut reluscd todraw
up a n rt ol the proceeding a directed
ht the rresi.leiit ol the court, ami wa
af i charged w ith falsehood in the same
niiinn lion. lie waa convicteil hv a
coiirt-uuirtial of conduct prejudicial to
iriaxl order ami diM ipluie ami ol laln-
FiiskI ami aeiiteiii-ed to ilismiaaal from
the naval m-rviiv, which aclilelic haa
Sia-cial Treasurv Agent M. II. Pen-ley
hua in cuatialy three Chinamen, who
were turned over lo Ihe Tinted Stale
official hy the Wahaah ruilmad. It i
allev'isl that thev came fniin China hy
wavof Viincoiiver, aneakwl acriai fnmi
Winil-or, Canada, und came to Chicago
on a sleeping car, laaung tueir way
They have no money and no baggage,
Tlu-v are ilrei a American, hut
small piece ol holly wixal were found
coiiccah-d ill their oueile, which Is ire
einrrnveil credential to their frien.l.
Theviimld not talk, ao thev were laaike.1
One I. ling, Two I. ling", Three l.unga, a.
cording to ie.
Sei'retarv Smith hit appnjvel the
1 nt ft of a cinnlar which w ill soon be
iasue.1 gmeriiing applii at.'on lor the
relit i I wavover imhlic lamia lor canal
lili'lies ami n-servoir. I he right la hel.l
to extend onlv lo t-onat ruction, and no
public timber or material will ! allowed
to la- taken or tiae.1 for ri'pairor improve
ment. I lie .lepartmeiit ruling o Man li
is. is'.ii;, lioliliug that natural lake al
read V sou rcea ol water aiipplv shall not
lie ii-.il for reservoir piiraaea, nor river
lainmeil ao a lo overflow into the alia
cent country, I overrultal. All htoii
settling on puhlic laud, lo which the
right of way hit attached for a camil,
ditch or reservoir, are required to mitke
Im-iii auhject to thia right.
Secrcturv llerla-rl ha adviel that
the hull of Ihe Kearaarge on Uoma-lor
reef i breaking up, and then ia little
Iiok of saving her. One consolation ia
that none of the gun which did such ef
fective work in the buttle with the Ala
bama oil Cherlamrg were alaianl the
slop w hen she waa rust on the reef. An
otliciiil statement hy the ordnance bu
reau (or information of the Secretary
shows that her two eleveii-incli gun are
now on band at Mare Island navy vard;
(our thirty I wo-ainiidera wen- sold at
llo-ton navy yard February, 1KKM,
lo M. l.isUTger of New York: a thirty-
m i i ii I uhlgreii rifle aol.l at the same
yard in 1N7. to Ihe lloaton M a. hi lie Coin
pnny, and a twelve-pound light how iUer
llielied Up III OcIoIht, IHSll.
All extradition treaty between Ihia
country and Costa Kica w ill be aeut to
the Semite aim. A draft of the pn
posed treaty haa Ui-n pn-pare.1 and
practically agrei'd Uam. (Hie or two
provision still await aettletneiil, but it
I aiipposcd (hat Ihe next mail (nun
Coelu Kica will bring new of the ap
proval by Ihe Costa llica authorities ol
Ihe change auggeateil by the Secretary
of Slate. The iiuh treaty will make ex-
tradititble from either conn try the follow
ing crime : Murder, including assassi
nation, parricide and infanticide; (miaou
ing, arson, piracy, mutiny, burglary,
robbery, forgery, counterfeiting and ein-
la'Xlcuiclit. When the Costa Kica auth
orities siirn'iideri-,1 enils'.zler Francia II.
Week of New York Sivretnrv (ireeham
agn-e.1 In exchange a treaty wliich would
include the crime of which Week wa
guilty, and the negotiation now in pnig-n-sa
are iu accnnhiucr with the proiniae.
Mr. ('bickering o( New York liaa in
lniliicel in the lloiiae a lull lo amend
the act of Julv, Iw.iJ, to enforce n-i-ip-n-ul
relations li't ween the t it I Stati-
und ( 'aim. In. The hill provide in addi
tion to the preaent imwera that when
ever the President shall be satisfied that
then' ia any discrimination in the use of
the Welluml canal, the St. Ijiwrence
river canal, the Chamblv canal or the
new ( auadian Suult canal detrimental
to the I'nitisl Slates it shall be Ilia duty
to aiiaicii. Ihe lranaartation acrtaaa the
I liiu-il Mute in tmn. I of iriaslH linixirtiHl
or exairt-. from any foreign countrie
fnmi or to the llritiali IVuiiiniona In
North merica. In caae ol the auapen
sioil tolls are to lie levie.1 ami collecteil
on freight of whatever kind or diwrip-
tion at a-r n ami on paaaengera at
not more llian f.i a heail. o toll are
lo I charge.1 or collected upon freight
or pasai'ngera carried to and landcl al
Ogdeiisburg, N. Y., or any port wet ol
Og.enluirg and outh of a line drawn
from the nnrthem lamudary of the State
of New York thnmgli the St. Ijiwrence
river, t hcti real l-ake and their ixinnei t
ing channel to the northern lamn.lary
of the siate ol Minnesaita. The bill wiw
n-d rnsl to the Ctnumittee on Foreign
More trouble i bn-wing in SauiiM.
civinliiig to ollicial advice the won of
Tamaseae, one of the former King of
inoa. i leading a movement against
Malietoa. He i aid to have a large
following ol native, who are n'hclltou.
not nt much againt the immediate
ruler a againat the tripartite govern
ment that inntmlaallair on the island.
When Mutaafa' adherent surrendered
last fall and were transfe rn to one ol
the i!ands of the Marnhall gnmp. it aa
hop.! il, ere would If no further tnmble
n ain.ia. a'lluHigli the im-w nt admin-
International ( lururter.
WILD AMMAL AKKNA ISCIDENT
I'arnell, Hie Klirffcat l.lou. Make
riavajeAlfafk on HN Keeper.
Caualuir HU Deafh.
lam a mineral atent. Whether the
claim i aurveyeil or unaiirveye.1 make
no ditb-rrnc in Ihe right ol locator.
iirlingly the baation niale on a
largi-r aimmi ( land i void except for
twenty acre iiunieiliately urrounding it.
Kdwanl F. Searla, who by the death
ol hi wife inherited Mark llopkuia'
million, haa given to the town of (.rent
Harrington, Maaa., a la-autiful trai t of
rvrnteen ai-rea of loreat and gra land
n the vide of a nemntain near br. to he
held forever a a public r-rk. lie ha
if given Mantiel. Ijkk a-me. hut,
which npplie water to Kel .sgg Terrai-e
The onlv pnvio i thai the Terrace !iall
be tupplieil Ina.
istratmii never felt terv i-ontident that
atlair on the island would run along
in. sillily and peaceably until oineolher
f'iriii of government prevaile.1. It i
aid negotiation are now in pntgn-w
la-tween Ihe l'nite.1 State and (ireat
Piritain and liermany for a moliti,ti,.n
of the IW-rlin treaty, tmt it I not known
what Ihe pmrsKte.1 change are. Presi
dent Cleveland t.k i-aaion in hi an
nual m.-age to note hi disapproval of
the exi.tiiig tripartite. (,rrt Britain
and Oertnanv are alike diatifle.. and
w.v-ll pmUbiy like a change a ma. h
Vf government, and the unfortunate
native are even more am am ... ...
An Incident ocurr-4 In connection
with the Midwirter Inlrniatioual Expo
sition a few day ago which furnlalied an
Interacting i-oinmetitary on it interna
tlonal rharactar. and which talilihed
In an nnmUtakable manner the fart that
this great fair follow. In many reaper!,
the line laid down by It Wnatrlon
predei-eiuor on the hore of Lake Mlchl
(an, and that at the tain time. It pa-
an Individuality which win jn
a prominent place In the future butory
of the eipoaitiou of the world.
On of the m"t prominent conceaa-
lonal fentnnn of the eiMutlon haa been
the Wild Animal Arena where, lolotii
E. Daniel Itiame haa lieen Riving Ja r
formanc-i w ith lion and other animal,
which it aaid by thoa who baya een
tx it h to Mirpa the famoii ahow (riven
by Hagenlm k on the Midway in Chi
rago. ihaiue iia.l an aMiaiani in tin
work in the person of Carlo Thietuan
braye, bold tamer of lion, who wa
only lea familiar and lea foolhardy, if
one mar nae that wopl, man ixame
himself. In hi aaH-iutiona with thine
big Waal. Hut. one night laat Week
Tbieman entered the den of the lion to
prepare them for their usual apiasnrance
in the Arena, when auddenly tha light
went out. Parm ll, the biggeat of tha
lion, fearful iM-rlmi of aome danger
which he could not i-re, made a lavage
attack on the keeper. The other lion
fell to with him and poor Thieinan waa
at their mercy in a moment. Iloone, tha
tnaxtcr of the bra!, forced hi way into
the cage with a crowbar and !at tlia
angry lion Wk, but not until Thiemun
had anstaitiiHl uch injuriea that hi
death follow-e.1 on the morrow,
It wa Tliieinnn funeral that fnr-
nishe.1 the coiiimeiitary at the opening
of thia letter. It wa certainly a moat
linprr"ive arrne. I'oor Thieinan did
not have a relative in all thia great
America, but hi employer, Iloone, waa
hia warm M-rotiul friend, and all who
worked with him admired hi courage
ami hi wraoua!ity. Thna il came about
that the funeral of the lion turner wa
so notable. It took place in the animal
Arena. A a.rhon of the great iron cage
wliich ahuta off the ticrformiiii; ace
from that reserved for Visitors, had la-en
removed, ami through tlm op'ninj( the
lomn wa ar ri.-.l. . tiler iia.l issui
Inaile of tome of the material which i
ned for the 'ion- to do their Hct ujmui
and here laid Ihe (lend tamer in the
iniibl of h group of hi Horiute, while
the oemu luirinl aervice waa rciel liy a
local clergy mini.
F.vcrv scat iu the vt nrena wnanrcii'
pied, and tin re were hundreiU who
wanted to gel in but could not. On the
liack row of sent, stretching almost
around the auditorium were Indian
fnun the Sioux exhibit. Each warrior
wa In paint and feather, tmt their
Uiwa were iintinng, and all carriel
themaelvea with the ouiet dignity which
always murks an Inillun when a cere
moiiy ia lieing tM-rforuiiHl. Near to thine
were the Indians from the lunik of the
Ya.iii river, and a delegation from the
KMtiimati village. Half a dozen of the
Turkish dancer had come a.T.an the
South Drive to mingle with the crowd
at the funeral. A company of South
S-a Iahinder were there, and a quartette
of native Hawaiian ainer furnished
the music for the occasion, singing in
their native tongue word net to wld, fa
miliar hymn. A big: Coaaack atood
down iit front with hi aliaggy bead
overtopping all hi neighlanr. Swarthy
Mexican from the 4U Mining Camp nat
ombrero in hand, and head bow.il
down, and dark-eyed aetioritaiahed tear
of sympathy aa they at among the
mourner. Ii wa an intennting com
pany tf people and audi an one aa had
probably never beforu aMielubled on a
A band of .VI piece occupied a poai
tlon out of sight of the. audience and il
music came to the ear of tlmae preaent
in a somewhat inn filed tone, lint there
were other intiflied tone that fell upon
(lie ear of thia funeral gathering during
lue exercise, which were lieitlier ao
tweet nor ao pleaxing, but which brought
a terrible reminder of what had cauaed
thia polyglot ajw.-iul.lage. The cage of
the animal are located under the raited
aeat of the amphitheatre, and the beast
became reatlee a the hour for their
usual iierformimce paiaed by and they
were not summoned to play their part.
The big lion whose paw had dealt the
fatal blow to poor Thiemun, growled
and roared at interval all during the
clergyman' addrewt, and when tht
music of the lmnd ailk'gmted to these
knowing creature that there waa a
crowd in the Arena, they set-mol to
unite tn a chorus of pr..tet and diaap
proval. Strong men shuddensl at the
nggeation cnnveye, by th-ae loud
mouthing". Women shed trar and
aome of them were so overcome with
fear and emotion that they utMiI hur
riedly ont of the auditorium. It wa a
scene that will never la forgotten by
Then came prvcni.,n through the
(rroun.U. A cordon of guar.ls ih cnpie.1
Ihe right of line, flack of them marched
the hand, playing a funeral man h
Keeping step to this l..w r -Inn w alke.1
Ihe Indiana, the Turks, the Suith S-a
Handera, and all the r.'pr.'.-iittivei f
the dtTen-nt com i-mioiis, w ho had
lurn.sl out to honor the memory of the
dea.l biwi taim-r. The hearse vru row-en-.
with forril otTeruig. Ilim.lre.b,
connei-t.-,l w ith the rx-.ition walked in
the long line Mint reached from one end
of the grand ninrt to the other and that
wound ita way between the beautiful
Induat Md palace, ont to tha plrce where
Just waa to lie returned to duet.
Yet this wa but an incident The
next day ihe linrui roared in the Arena
again, and h-Wr crowd of tnen. mmirr.t
THE lUKTLAXU MAKKETS.
Wait - Valley. H3',oi Walla
Walla, 7 j'- 77c aA cental.
Kati faoiD Mr o Laao
llau., nieiliui... I2.4i2',e 1-r poum ;
i,...7 large, ii'4.-i:".';
U.-IA-; breakla.t l-von. Ml'--,
.hort clear ..d,, 10 ,li-; dry .
y'.KlO'.c; drie.1 la-el ham. l-V'"- .
U?d. couajund. in Una. W"IOa V
pound; pure, in Una, UJIS.Ci ; inif.
U-t, mm. .VW; pig' Jt, -. .
or, wool ad HiDaa.
Hora'JO. choice. I I"-' I""11"1 !
inisliiim, 4 1 1c ; aair, no d and.
Wool-Valley, 10,4 lie r iound,
Uinliia. lli-MJc; Kalern Onvoii, "(-5
Ilk-, ai-corling loiiiality and shrinkage.
Ilinx Dry welected prime, 5c; grei-n,
aaltisl, 110 pound and over, 3',c; under
no pound, l' 3c; heep pelu, shearling,
III, IV' medium. 1114 XV; long W'ail,
30u0c; Ullow, good lo choice, 3(rf3'C
uvi amo uaaaaio mat.
irood steer. fi.Wn2.Zr); cow,
dreaiatil lieef, 44&1aC per pound.
Mirroa Iiet heep, 12.60; ewe,
"iloiia Choii heavy, $4.00nt4.2S ; me
dium, M OO; light ami leeiler. f;i.W(?3
4.1): drenae.1. H'-mTc ler aUhd.
ViiSiiiallclioii-e, Uc; largt", 4c ar
Manilla ro, H4 in. eir. and up, 10-;
manilla nil. 12-thread. ' diam., 10.c;
uianilla rope, 0 and U-thn-ail, ' ami 6 10
diam.. 11c: manilla bail mi, hi coil
or on reel, 10c; manilla lath yarn,
tarred, ttc ; manilla haw ner-laid nH w ell
la.ring. etc.. 13c; manilla transmission-
o(-Miwcr m?, 14c; manilla pa-r twine.
lie; manilla apring twine, uc; aiaai
rope, l'. in. tir. ami upwani, . -4c; sisai
nine. 12-thn-ail. diam., 7'jc: sisal
niie, 0 and IMhn-ad, land 6-10 diam.,
s'c; sisal lath yarn, tarred, i'4c; hop
vine twine, tarred, 7c; ial pater tw me,
rtoi'K, riio, arc.
FLOi-a Portland, 12.5ft; Salem, $2.&ft;
(Wa-lia, -'.&'; Uyton, '.'.W; Walla
W alla, 2.IJ; Snow Make, 2.o; i orval-
ha, $2.tift; IVmllcton, 2.0ft; (irahaui,
(2.40; (iiperline, 2.2ft er barrel.
Oat Wliite, lumsic per luishel;
gray, 3Ia(3c; nil le.1, in bag, ..'
(i.Ui; liarrela, rtl.OOiu 0.25; in cam, 3.7ft.
Mn.ijcrirr llran, fKIndtl; abort,
llftmlO; gniillid liarley, flOntlH; chop
1, lift er toll ; w hole I eel liarley, 1AM
70c er cental; middlings, per
ton; chicken wheat, (loeurll.lft lust
Hav (iooil, $10(12 jier ton.
Ilurrga Oregon lancy creamerr, 27'
(4311c; (amy dairy, 22'.w2.V; fair to
good, lfimli1lc; (sjuimoii, lli(12e per
pound; taliforun, 4ftc imt mil.
Iiikksb Oregon, iui(i;ic; cantor-
ma, c; toung America, I2lftc;
Swias, imported, 30ut32e; doineetic, 10
ylKe per Hiund.
r.uoa Oregon, l.c per uoien; r.atit-
ern, nominallv tlie same.
routrav Chicken, mixed, uuoteil at
.I.IKIiu3.ftO Iter dozen; duck, $4.(K4
6.00; gecae, 7.60oiH.OO; turkey, live, 11
"i 12'tfC per pound ; dream!, 14i !&.
vioriABi.i amd rauiT.
VioxTABLxa California labhage, .c
per Mjund; potatoea, Oregon, 00i(7fte per
k; onion (liuviiig prn-e), ll.uuntl.iu
per sack ; sweel potatoea,2'iC per pound
alitorma i-elerv, Sontlaie; artichoke
$1.00 la-r dozen; California lettuce
!0((;lftc M-r dozen; On-gon liothoui-e let
luce, 40(.ri(k' ; cauliflower, $2.76 prrcrate,
Jc la-r dozen ; parsley, '.'.ie ier dozen ;
proiits, rl.Oiiiu la-r laix; string
iN-an. l.iulHc iht iMiund: aaiiaragu.
l."..C- IH-r IMIIIIIll.
rauir Sicily lemon, t4.OOit4.oO tier
lajx; California fancy, i3.ftO(i4.00; com
mon, :'.o0ni:i.lj; haiiana. Il.ft0if3.00
r bunch; Honolulu, 1.6O(rf2.ft0; Cull
'or Ilia navels, I2.2ftiu2.75 per box : need
lings, fl.2.Vd2.0t-, Japanese, $1.7ftiul.IHI:
iintlower, $2.7ft; apple (buying price),
gnt-n, WKialc M-r Iwx; rel, &0rf7ftc
late winter pears, ti.mH0c per box.
Cannid Ciooue Table fruit, aaaorted.
1. 751.(2.00; iH-ache, tl-Hfti$2.00; Hart-
lett iear. $1.7fti2.O0; plum, $1.37 ' '4
1.50; straw lierries, $2.25ii2.45; cherries,
2.26i(2.40; blackberriva, tl.8ftid2.00-,
taapberrie, $2.40; pineapple, $2.2ftit
J. HO; apricot, $1.0ft. Tie Iruita,
aaeorte.1, $1.20; peachea, $1.25: pi 11 ma.
$1.00(41.20; blacklaarriea. $1.2ftt 1.40 per
dozen. Tie fruit, gallon, aaaorted,
$3.lD(-3.ou; tieacliea, $3.MJd4.lj; apri
coU, $3.60(44.00; plum, $2.75r3.(M);
M bat Cornell lieef. Ia. $1.50: 2.
r-'.."A; chipiie.1, $3.4(1; lunch tomriie. 1.
$:i.50; 2a, $o.7ft47.00; devile.1 ham, $1.50
(42.o tier dozen; roast lieef, la, $1.50;
riaii Sanlinea, -, 75cra$2.25: K.
l-'.IOi.l't.oo; lousier, '..tu,i;j.fx); cal
mon, tin 1-lb tall, $1.25(1.50: flat.
$1.75; 2-lb. $2.25(42.50;, ',-lmrrel, $5.50.
CorriB Cont Kica. 2:l-: Kiota':!!':
Salvador, 22c; Mocha. 2ti'(u2f(' j Ar
buckle', Columbia and Uon, 100-isjund
case, $L'4 NO
Dbibd r ai'ir lMiKt pack. Petite
prune, l.ia He- aiivt-r. 10(4 12e: Italian.
S.J !(.; (ierman, 0u8-; iilum. (I14 Ilk-:
evaiairateil apple. 814 10c: evanorate.
pncol. Iftialoe; peache, 10(4l2'c;
pears, 7(4 lie er aiund.
Salt Uverraail. 21HH.. $15.50: 100
1H.00; 50. $10.50; tock. $S.ft0i4U.50.
svki 1 Kaatern, in liamd. 40i.Vic;
half barn-l. 42d57c: in caa.-. :a
wk- H-r gallon : 2.2ri per keg ; California,
in barrel, 20(4 40c per gallon; $1.75 per
si-ni n 11 r:,.t,i
C, 5c; confectioner' A,5'Kc; dry gran
illale.1, ytc; cube, crushed and now-
lereil, ne per pound; i4c per pound
liacount on all grade lor tiroinnt rah :
maple ngar, 15.4 ltte per pound.
on -. 1 anuwirii laian.l, 4.7oi4
0i): no Japan in market.
IUts Small white, No. 1, 2'4c; No.
2'8c; large white, 2',c; pea la-ana,
4c; pink, 2'5c; Uyon, 2'4c; butter,
: Lima, 3'4c per pound.
Pit ki n liarrel. No. 1. 2Si,:UV i-r
gallon; No. 2, 2iirt2Se; kega, 5a, hftc per
keg : half gallon. $2.75 per dozen ; quar
ter gallon. $1.75 ner dozen.
-si-icza tvuoe A since, mmiue twr
pound; cassia, lil.dlSc; cinnamon, 22.4
V; clove. IHui.MV-: black iH-iua-r.
25-; nutmetf. 75'iStV.
K iis Umdon laver. laixe. $1.75
2M: halve, f'mt.rfi '
$2.2.W2.7ft: eiifhth. I ' .'ahrflt.OiK 1 !
Mumatei. Isixea. 11.50: fancy 1
$1.75; lg, :i crown. 4'.i4.V- ner nni,t,.l
cnwn. ft.aft1. c. Sisnll.. .,!,. '
u 1. . . . '""-"
ooze. 11. .'.(XI; fK(,
FARM AND GAUDEX.
ilie So-Cnllcd I.nniim Said
he an Iiiittfrinary TmuMe.
WJIVTIIKWIIKATMKLU Is F.R
Moat Amerlrau W heat (irowe r PiIDl
Too Kuril Seed-Prepare the
In wita of M.isu lilli-Us it in Ihoilclit
ihat if a t;rl pi;t pieee of sotillirrn wa
wn her Ink, I lie ftrl l,, .l.rioel. will
he hei Im.lia mI In lb-.on. if n nmrri.ie
llile wo-imn flits a I, ,4 ,i,r,n wiiat
iimlrr her p.ll.iw on rvlinu. (lie first man
near- in Ihr in.niiiig will. .iy. ill
and children rapturoualy applaudeiL It 'sp-tiiinn. I the one whom be la to
waai niya nn.p )n the gTrat e of
event on which the California Midwin
ter International Erpisution i mling,
and it haa been given prominence gin,.,!."
.ther f.rni of fnvemment than anrH one of the characUnUs feat are of
other of the part; concerned, ' fair.
marry.- Kauaas fity J.mrtinl.
Tba Haling I'mm,
L'n.lrrtakrrilo.11 hit: eihtur What shall
w place uo yoxr tonibtoM-f
fc-litiar ifrrhl) 1 W are here to lj.
Ijng fXa-rience in aome plun 1M
iinpn-asetl iimiii certain ol the most ln.
telligcnt wheat farmer the fact U,41
leaser iiiuntity ol seed sown ui.m
iiroi4-rly prepartil mill U-, will tXt
U'Uer return than a mm b larger iiun
tity of aeel sow n iiaui land hot a. ii ni,'
it ally littisl lor it reception. In aw.r.
moat American wheat grower plum t,
tniii b ace. I, and do not properly pri-.lre
the ground. A very common practaw
tliroiighoiit a large part ol the cereal
area of the I'n itiil State i (0 ,
bushel and a hull of seel per acre.
at least 00 M-r rent ol caw this j
tirelv ti much. In aome Urge hi n.,,,,
five ieck i the standard am. Mint fur
ow ing au acre of land. Thia aUi m (,
great a itiantity if the (xiudilioim ,.,.
ing lo the la-al aili-ces in w heat-gmwinj
are nearly (ullllleil. Careful and .r.H
longed exN-riment bus shown that under
easily aeciired condition wheat plum,
will sliail into ten or twelve culms, euh
of which will carry twenty to sixty
grain. This would indicate a yield m-t.
eral time as great a Unit ordinarily,,!,,
tamed and even grcnter than (hut 'ever
reached on a large scale. From this
must infer that a great part of the sce.1
usually planted doc not' germinate at
all, or fail to mature a griiiii-lfariii
I limit. With a Mjesible yield of several
Kindred fold, il ia scarcely creditable to
A me rican farmers that they go along
year after year contentedly' reaping 4
tenfold or twelvefold crop of '.'-. ent
wheat. In aome mi-tioii of the North
west certain advanced wheat growen
have reduced the amount of seed sown,
and have been surprised at the result
In fact, it hua la-en shown that 011 prop,
erly prepared ground a hull bushel
the U-st mswI wheat bring a U-t ter aver
age yield than two or three time u
much sei-d sown in the ordinary inanner.
The writer once knew a progressive
farmer in Michigan who made cxcri
inenta and pnilitcl by them. From the
usual six iMi'k of seeit w heat per a. m
he gruduully cut down the amount ea.li
year, Holing carefully the etl'ii'ts of hit
slight reduction, lie' found that by put
ting his ground in condition to receivr
and bring forth a large proportion of Ihr
mill planted three eck would uniformly
bring a larger harvest than double t lie
AN IMtlUWUY IUSXASI!.
A cornaiident of the Texas Fan
and Kancb writi-a: " Tlie o called 1 11 111
pa is an imaginary trouble, and only
exists in the fertile brain of the o ner,
ami I a relic of barbarism handed down
from the dark age, towliich man's m.l
faithful servant i forced to submit. I
cause he i in man' tamer and cunnol
liflpliiiiiscii. voucomnare the 1110111I11
of coll or horse of similar age, you will
find that their general apfN-aram-e agree
almost exactly, and that in ail voung an
imal the gum are down on tlie teeth,
and aa age advances the gum recede hv
a natural shrinkage and absorption'.
This change take place in the mouths
of all animal that are supplied with
teetli man a well aa the rest, yet the
horse alone is singled out from all Ihe
rest ol the animal kingdom that nature
in her wisdom ha supplied w ith teeth,
to reduce f.sxl to a lit state lor assimila
tion to nourish the system, and implant
ed them in the gum, a suitable, soil to
grow and nourish them, that man iu Ins
Ignorance w ill cruelly lunce, or take hi
U-st friend to the nearest blacksmith
shop and ruthlessly with a red-hot iron
destroy (or all time lo come the bars and
gums w hich nature has plai-ed there for
a s)x-cial purp'imi. If your horse ia oir
hi apM'tite, it I due tosomeothc realise
than what ia commonly called lam pas.
When the colt is changing it temporary
teeth for the iicrmaiiciit one there i iii
some case a slight inflammation sur
round the root of the teeth undcrgom
replacement. This naturally passe oir
in a few day without anv attention, the
same a in the child. Our advice i to
let liimpaa alone in all cares." It ia
sometime advisable lo lance the gum.
aa with children in teething. Feed soft
feed. Washing the mouth with alum
four drams, water one pint, three or four
time a day is beneliciul.
Tier. or ihimitic immub.
The American Farmer say: Not every
one reineiiilxTS that domestic animal
often stiller from bail ti-cth. It is prob
able that Ihe unthrifty condition of manv
animal that are pretty well fed ia due
to some trouble with their teeth, which
makes it liniHisHible for them to prop
erly masticate their hard. Sometimes
the real cause ol the trouble is not sus
pected. Change are made in tlie diet.
and la'rhans medicine are iriven : but.
of course, no improvement result. Nu-
ture may elfect a cure of a dtseawsl or
injured tooth, but it is likely to take a
long time and keep the animal (or mouth
in a oor condition. Then there are
cases, a those o( very old horses, in
which the difficulty i tirincinallv me
chanical. Here nature instead o( giving
relief constantly tends to make mutters
worse. A the age of the horse advances
the crowns of the front teeth increase in
length and prevent the hack teelh or
grimier" from closing 11 win each
other. Where this trouble anneurs
shortening of the front teeth i the only
a.le.Uale remedy. The more prompt fv
this work is done the less will la- the in
jury to the horse, and tlie greater w ill la
the saving elbfted hv the owner When
animal do not eat well, or do not thrite
upon the first winch they nae, it will be
wen 10 see wneiiier thev have anv teelh
that need attention. If anv de'fect 1
found, a veterinarian should lie emtiloveii
to apply the proper remedy. A little ex
pense in this direction may lie the means
of preventing a good deal of siifb-ring to
me animal and a considerable loss to
their ow ner.
M VKI.WKRS ion rowi..
Few poultry raisers reallv appreciate
the true worth of the sunflower. It n
very caailv grown, and pnalucee f.ssl . I
a rich and nutritious nualitv. When fnl
proerly to fowl it promotes laving, an I
pnsluc- luster upon the plumage and
otherwise benefits the bird.
tan Way. ,
Kditor llowr ofun must I tell yon. r.
that I cannot u your verM-a Tell 11. r.
why do you write p.try anyway
Pi t Ah, Mr. Kiluor. 1 wish to mum to
ee my uamr 1 11 print:
Kdiior- lorn why don't you bave 4
viaituig rani. pnutl Fliec-nde lllatt-. r.
Oa kind ml ai(vllr.
Beatric 1 hi- lecture on eritoruolotrr w
vry Intrrrntmit. 1 thigtit it rather a. .1
gular that flrM.Loul.l b claaaed anioi.g
tba m.l intrll.grut of ,..-r la.
Her Ci.u.in Tom (jti.t U k from lO l
ell. I .loo t know. Tbey get til w
great matij clever pupi.-Ljfa,