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i wruis-f eta awssTs
AV present wif niodlsb- ro llltl
Im-lincd to chattg .be sty to of hats and
ImmUi Tb pivtty InevitoLW
ttlfy," th Jaunty "ml lor and th
sensible "r-aide are all retaining their
aidrrablo dimppoliwmeot aw tha ad
vanced price f tbj dealrsbto attar,
tut, a there 1 no help for It .now until
th fashions cliauge, w must submit b
th extortion. Titos m Winers who ere
tortuitate enough to bo ahla to' mmmM
their stock themselves, thereby' saving
Much wast of material, ran always u
derail tha imllMtn at
who don't know what to to with
mutated millinery, that U columned,
not because the material la m4 "W
bl, but beeaoso tho ahapa la Hojt-f
- Tho eool weather and steady rain of
the past fortuigbt baa had a tendency U
somewhat cheek the retail trade In fancy
Hingdress goods, but the trade renew
with the return of balmy waather. , In
the meantime It la wis to occupy the
present season In examining teat year's
wardrobe and remodeling (he same. The
" thrifty hotimwlfewlll be surprised at
the extent of bar reeo-rrce when she
come to utlllie the famlly'e
The beat dreerwotju;t 4Tnotal-
. way thoae who buy the bneat material
It l ' the carefully nianagtng their
meana'thal enablee them to make a're
pecUble dhiploy with motlerato oufc-
Thla department of the Nrw Nobt
wiMt U to he a general Tehlrle fcr ex
cliangeirf IdoM fiMioernliig any and all
natter that may be legitimately di
L enoaol rnonreolumn. Finding It practt-
rally Impoaaible to anawer eaoh eorrea
" iwndeut by -prlrato Mter, we adopt UU
anode of commnnlcatlon to am re our
friend the disappointment that Wonld
tajDthorwUeaecnte from ourJnablMtjjb an-
owerUMirtrte,- wooonuauy JaviL
everybody that baa a question to aak, a
jraggeatioa to make, or a erokUng to glr
to rtributeJothe ' Oonwfpontleijbj'
'Column. -. . ..v , .. -
MbllU O.S . The Itaaon and Hwulln
rhiHaii onrant muf th Estrwre both
desrvedty popular, but the Bason and
Hamlin eeem to haveth rm" laOre-1
gon. Hpsod a tuonUi or two laeaav-
ing for tho Nsrw Nonrn was-t and see If!
yuu do not get yearly eubscfiberaenougn
tXaJ-oorrePt. : Am astonished that
anyone ahould try to make It otherwise.
' Book A rent r Borry yonnm so easily
dlaHHUaged. ' Bemember that genttem
' will not Insult you, Boon and black-.
guards are beneath your notice. Mak
lug a living Isn't the east pat task In the
world to a woman who, knows nothing
about it You moot expect repulses and
be prepared to meet them. - 8otnetlnieB
t a canvaaser pre ss s her claim upon a
- man when be la busy with another eus-
lomer. Never do that Always wait
nsinsss nisi jeta through
with a trade before Interrupting him. I
Ifwmhmwryoafoi'iu '"' ,
. Ilenry O.I Yes; wo'lioflor any thtiig
from the houses of our advertising pat
rone as premiums. --Thoae who deal in
"gang plows, Bala wagons and Haines
-ttTvM 'workawn. fcriaV premium.
tlUybs they wilVhut, ljtltcwdWi, wV
. order your desired preniluma from tlte
IMent tnaaufaetoriea;. - a ? x j1
. JUH. fl.VrV, VrttealTChn you'eo!
fldetitly recommend the snap manume
lured by McCord 4 Col, of AIlW?
low many nbarri 5ers mnst I get to en-
able me to-ecnre n box of their MlclLprl riHre of yotlnavwithout referewee to
Ya IVoknow their swap
to lie of excellent quality. Jtt has regu
- larly taken tho premium at tho Htate
and county Ldrs fbr ajtUntbcr of years.
- "??-t Atout uixy: ;yW." " :;? ;
' Mrs. fit ' An Intelligence offief woukl
ixit require mutdt raniUl. Yoa would
nsd an ofJSos In a central loeatlon, ami
your rent would be the principal rx-
.Think you would do quite na
f well In Albany or CorvalUs as In rort
- Und perhsps better.. . Your expenses
lnf would not !e ncarsn-great f
A "timid woman'.' writes :" Would il
not run tlie rhtk-of -ruinlog my chanu
-ter by-trying to engage in buslnwnrri
Men are so apt to talk about Independ
ent women.'' Tut! Tut! ftuppoaethey
dol T They "talk about! lasy wdhien,
IdlfcJWOmell, ekpeMlVO f fcnt ;4l
.wonten, slattema, wantons and prudes.
They, rrlttcles everybody, and 4 art
yonrn-tf down In 4lly laaainUAiW.fvar
-. they'll talk about you wou'J lreveut
their talking About yotti naltbs wiU
your "timidity" pay your bills. (m
. mand rrapect sad you'll gH trAffft
timUlty and you'll get no aubstaiAtkl
sympathy, ; The- gods help those who
lin yuHnlv w QlW;t
. We think yon cannot do
' better t hau to remain wtayouv V-'-rrr'
borne 111 treUment for twenty year,'!
vw Jo o bear It no, longer, but
do not lav your hosM. We'd like to
- fr I wha'4 nnderiak ia aja.
and brvUl AJKfVWi her
head that ah won't otaam AU slXm't
qewt4- at nu agty awake, matters
woraa,' -.Tajk,"' aayt JSeecher, "about
the otiuaUtylof the aexaal , They am not
equal!.' Tho jftrm and reaoluto and quiet
mile of a eenelbU woman will ranqubh
ten men. l oo, ahould hare eijual
right to the Joint earnings of youraelf
band. Don't be aalmpMon and
givo them all npin yourdcelinlngyeara.
You owe a duty to your, children, aiao
They . will feel Uto ating mt aeintratioa
than yon wtll foil !- ;.i
Another eaae of qulU a dlflbrf utehar
aotec aowes next 'Uanpaklog wlia,"
whom eonlMenc we will not violate by
publUhlng ber Initial, writes: ' "My
husband was good and kind till be be
came a drunkard. When be Is eober her
is all right, but when ho gets drunk, I
am afraid Tie wHl kill us alL I cau't
buar the dbtgrane of being a 'grass wld
otlterwhM I ahould have left him
long ago. - Dear child, your lot Is in
deed a hard one. We cannot deflnitely
advise you. . , Your husband aliould not
be pemiltted to run atlargoi PiinkenH
nem hi a disease, and Its rletlms have no
morerlght to the liberties of Ufa than
the Inmates of an asylum for tits tnaano,
When women get tho power they will
see that Infirmaries for the treatment
of drunken patients are erected and sus
tained, and they will see, too, that tempt
atlon to anmrtnnato- Inebriates .is re
nounced from their right .!. . '"
BarshCt Iique 4s pronounced petag.
It is a white dress goods, very firm and
durable, and appears this spring In tiny
raised figures, stripes and chocks. It Is
very mshlonable and may be made In
rnitsi trimmed - with white Msm-Itlee
fringe, i A white linen hat trimmed with
white lace aud pink roses is a stylish ao
eompaniment. '""i . iS- I-y. v i - a -
JJTamcrji, wife: , XUke yourJhusha
kirn a CldnsBian. , They auako fat
aervants, II to not right tor yon to toll
Until you cannot sleep at any time,
much less in your present condition If
the "company that aisrsjs crowdsyour
house In hot wee thai were to overwork
your husband's brood mare In that man
ner, Wd sue them for damages. . You
owe heavier duties. to your children
than to "eoclety . Take tho ear of
yourself that the duty to your offspring
demands. .You can do It and you wiiL ,
- Other1 letters will be answered next
Uyf IJ I'iOK SOI. J. S. p.
"".'Kio'EKgCiTV, May Iflth, Uf U
Jla, Dpjr twAY I have received two
aosnbers of your papar, - the New
with ltaappeararwc sad. In general,
the autUr with- which It la filled. I
certainly wish jrou great success Inyovr
very. Important .enterprise. " You may,
however, make Up your mind to meet
with all aerteof oppaaitwli from thought
lam and uncultivated men, and probably
more from foolish women. ; Yon will
have to exercise great patience sad for
bearance, as H Is not to be expected that
a very large proportion of xho human
fatntryirm know Itself abTe to rise above
ducatkna prejudices ai once. , It Ls a
well known fact that In all. ouii tries
women arc elevatwl or depressed Just In
proportion to tb refinement or liarbar-
toe people tlie more cultrratcd-t
and refined , tho more respected and
nappy TlnjiSiieiilllionrnore didiased
and Ignorant Ue jeoil, the jnore der
gnubnl aivl wretclied the womfB.-1:-?".
In this letter, however, I wlah tp de
my position on tlto suffraire- qoeo-
tfltn, that I may not be misunderstood,
and. eonamUfinllv. not mlnnrvtwviitML
I am always wllllnr to avow my princi
ples and to defend them to tho best of
my anility; out i uo not want to he
misunderstood , .nor misrepresented.
There are lust two points In this woman
sulTrago question that I maintain f-1st
That all nemme of proiH-rairc. aud not
speelslly disqualified, should have tlie
e or vol
seXMKUluaiaJl IH!rnousor Uieni
of tlie nraperago.
and not specially dlaqualilled, shall be
, shall be
eltglMeto hokl.ofnre and to iliacharge
tne duties inereor, without reference to
arx. lu Jew words. 1 am In of
woiuen vHing wnen iney eiHMMe to do
o, and of Uieir hoklmg ofHce when a
majonty or tiio legal voters in tho dls-1
inn umui (umb to uo so ami tney are yT jr i
wUliugtoaoreptthesam. I do not sir,'''. Z'
any one to Im eomiteiled either to t.
or hold oUloe. Hut I see no JuMtlcty -r
wiMdom la idat'lng .legal dl-V-ity
apon women. -J S .
. 1 regard the sexes as equal InX WulUirt
al ability ami natural rts, and
eqnaliy In need of gOvcrnmqktal ptotee-
cons,iKmy equally esititie.1 to a
In their reptvaentai on. I regard
voting and dlwchargtng ofHclal dutt
iuU-IWtual o,raUoit e-toiuooUyTkel. words of praise tltd TTffet for
aeo no prourMy In mak inc. them. W-
p-axWat u-mmi Ut animal forntatlon. If
women aae equal to men la Intellectual
strenirth, and Itava an equal Interest In
the purity and pro-peril y of the Govern
ment, J , see no reaaoa why titey -sitoukl
ne denied a vote la the selection of
those who are to rule over them. Again
if the People of a curtain iiutrixt ik..
la a majority of them, believe a Woman
of their number better qualiBed to dis
charge tho duties of a particular afih-e
aniougthera than any one eUe-lh, the
district, and she Is willing to acoepf tike
piMlllon, I know of no valid reason way
die should not have the appoint
ment. I hold that the people ought to
have their choice of public -errant, and
they are tlie only proper JiHlgee otLthe
miailificatlona of the aervants. . I bare
full roiindciire in the oapat lty of the
people for aulf-rovrmnieiit tkat they
111 select those, and only those, whom
Un-y Juilge best qualified to discharge
puldle'dutv, whet Iter man or woman,
if the people are not competent lo Judr
m theaa suattera, then they art not Jit
for4 self-government, and Jk'mocracy
and Iteoubllcanliau are a uhantom. aU-
Did Ibelier wouiah suflhe lutcvded
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or calculated to traruqnse (he natural
order of things, as many seem to think,
and place the women at the anvil and
the plow, and the men at . patching,
darning and nursing the babies, I should.
must certainly, opxje Uie wnoie ining.
Again, did I see any connection between
woman suffrage and tlx durtruetioa of
the marriage relation, I sbould forever
abandon it as a mlschevious and wicked
device of Die devil. Hut I sen no such
couuoctlon. I nee none of the ghtta
nor lutligobllns In the way that seem to
haunt the mhtds of so many wlu n tliey
coins to spesk or write on this' subject
On the other hand, I think It very
bad policy for the. advocatvo of woman
suffrage to wage a war again men all
this talk about disMipatiou, the tyranny
and tlie general manjicrs of the men is
little to the purpose. Tliot there are
many Isul int'u In the country Is not to
be tk-iiied, and I regret that truth Com
pells ma to say that there la no acarrlty
of Just each- women. The Idea of the
woutuu becoinlnir lndciiend(nt of the
meu is utter nonwitKe, and equslljtso of
men becoming iiMH-pcnuent or woaaen.
Ood made them mutually dt-pendunt I : VTTivfl . . tnTT 1 trn T i t
upon each other, and to live together SE8jPf , A P01TLAID LAI
out upon woman suffragv' and I have
no doubt the littte oue-horse editors all
over tlte country will begb-to-hrvel
ineir nop-guua at mc..'licy are wel
come; let llu'iu fire their paperbullctt to
tlteir hearts eontem.
UarrorA Vjttxav, May Sd. 1OTL
Kurioa Hbw Moamwasvi'
The Itoaoborg Knttgn thinks "the wool
clip of Umpqiia for ' this spring will
sell for $150,000, and ber mutton sheep
for 160,000 mors." Jiow some one has
been Imposing on the JRwfjpr. Why
will people always take advantage of
unsopb 1st! Sted lunoosoce T T always
pity gvJIablea and teU them the truth. -
Why, half the sheep Iq Tmpqua died
last winter, and unless their owners
picked tho wool from tho defunct eor
j4 (not an uncommon or Improper
practice) that are scattered far and wide
"through mountain,. vale aud rlver.v
they wont realise a Very extensive wool
crop from them. Tlte lesser half which Is
kft ha not a aupcrabundance of wool.
To be Mire straggling louks ellug desper
ately bare and titer on thom,and Cutter
In the gentle breetee like tattered flag I
at half-mast, yet the greater portion hat
Haken wings and down way,
UufTIf the JWJ-w had alluded to hog
4 when it jJld to sheept-it 'would have
tone bed upon the tionhsrs or probability.
Hogs do splendidly In Unipqua, eie
clafly when they are turned out to shift
for themselves on a sheep range. They,
grow fat and fat, and increase at a tre
mendous) rate, to m sure, mere- is an
increased -mortality -amongst youUf
lambs and old sheen that cannot run
fast; and tUs boga, wlwu shot the only-j
mode ox catcning tliem ; and aunned (,ui
moat aproved mode of dressing), taste
somewhat llkqjuutUmnly Tla little
mors so." ,T ..""Tj' v --. 'l
Vastldlous people bbject b eating the
flesh of hogs klllvd lit the woods, argu
ing that as they are not the most dainty
of feeder at any time, : nd when allowed
to run at large, wih no reatmUilng InTlu
enoea, they w iUlte sun to eat food of a
nature not calculated to attract detltiate
appvtitoa,and moreover, as some philo
sophic burning, jixsLAgassia, ot jianrrn,
or Jorac Ureeley. theorineS that the
nature of mam or beast partakea, In a
ireat nieasure. of the nature of the food
ke eats, therefStre eating tlie bogs which
have led wild lives wilf have a demor
alising effect . If such a theory swill
work back1 1 slionht opine that sundry
young ana miuaie ageu "rrnoyf ncrw,
and elwewhere. in our rtate must-have
cured griierous rearing on some kind
of mild food in former times, tho cfTVcts
of which art now beginning to ehow
tbemwlvea.-.- - - - J... -' .
Huf to rvtunfTo'Tn'e. ouikIIoh. 1 Unci
sikveod lu this valley, and any one who
wisnes to own plenty or went can nesi
do so by letting a few go wild. He will
then have a perfect right, according to
our social laws, to all lie can catch and
as many more as he is disposed toclslm.
In the Interests of humanity and In
behalf of the rest of the tste. I feel It
my duty from tlmo-to Jlmo to corrvct
the-mnat glarlug of the .W'n'i mis
takes. kt that dclude sheet In Its con
tinued praise of tlioltttle Sitot of earth
I It palls its own.' wliould lcat
I rfant itcnriMtant of aome ancimfi-circta-
Irian to seek litem untamed wilds for a
place where to pitch his tent and plant
his mitstisis Tls ln llm mlHt of hr
tw-tion and benevolnc towards my
I fcll'n mortals that I send this -J -
y S . ... , . , . Kotay,
r y . i
Hione who walk amongnt tho torube
of the. Balem ' Cemetery, and bend
mournfully over tlte asnie those who
have become sacred to tlie Htatc, be
cause . preuuneut and useful in Iter
earlier atruggtos I wltcn . tliey have
great h-adtirs, patriotic cltlsens, honor
able men. true frienda and faithful pub-
Ho ate rants t. wbea.thejrJiAve looked
upon and admired the fair and howy
marbles and m5cfuJwor,la thai chrou-
Lkl tha. Urns and eWtlui of dStrsUon,
and Osinca, ami Uantlngtori then let
fhenH turn ashto from the neatly kept
enclosures where .friends and kindred
watch over the last noting place of the
dear departed, and seek an obacnro,
neglected grave, IwIfrMteeaied ry
ing underbrusn and brtara, with no en
during stone to msrk, no railing to pro
tect, no shading wllloW, no drooping
vine to sitow that A. -v ; r,
-Hs-seMheTjBls-eehlidv :" ' ' T""
t llsve ever eea I snturht his aien"- '
A grave 6vei-grown with,'Tkrrk weecls
ktt.1 tangled brambtrC hatf covered by
fallen nd decayed brush, the head
and foot marked only by unpointed and
rusty baarda. - .....
; Let the nl remembeFthat the forrnt
tra ashte ' hitely removed to this place
from under the tramp of careless, dew
cretlag feet la the near alley, Ike broken
soda of which yet Show where they first
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reposed were, wlien qukot with life, a
nisn UieHtate "might ilelijrlit to honor;"
whose privato life and public rha meter
were above nepoassih 1 whose honor was
apottesT'bs warogvnrroua heart
wss filled with hivh and nble actitl
ments, and overflowing In Veda of
kindness to his friend anifWl.to fam
ily : a man (wtoknreal Ids 4iod, baqauae
he loved his follow men." , ; ... .
But .he ir already aluioat forgotten.
Tlie frienda that crowded around him
When life and honor were his hM kMm
U risUh, a butterflies shew be atof am,
aud leave the warm heart which so i
liirbUxl In human syniimthy. to endues
alone the darkness and the loneliness of
tlie grave.-'"' t ''i ' -
r Tet douUless from tho spirit bid he
wati-hos tenderly aud lovingly over the
IimIm-s to whom Ids heart clung so fondly
in tia, and with unseen band gnldea ami
sruootltes their way. forgiving with his
great, gnocrous soujUm aeglsei which
plants neither tree nor stune. and drops
netUier word nor tear to the memory of
I Harvey f lordnn.
t - TomTtAS 0rgon,-Msy--17thJ
Editub Hew 'osTHwsstr
I have read with great 4tatt the
second nomlter of your paper, and as
the best evhteiteo of mylsymrstthjMsnd
good-will I enclose one year's subscrip
tion.: , '.,., . . ,. , '
I fiul It very difficult, even lmptMisl
ble, to frame a good reason why women,
haying Just aa groat an lute rout In good
government as men, and tlte same need
of Its protecton, should not have the
same right of suffrage. The cry of "no
taxation without rcpreneiitatlon,'has
been heard anil heeled since the founda
tion of this ItepuMlc, and the four hun
dred - million -dollars )0,u00,)0) in
the hands of unmarried women, ahould
not be taxed until they have a vole la
the laws which govern them. It seem
no more than right also that when a
woman Is tried, she should be tried by
her peers, ami wou.cn then take their
places In the Jury boxrw .i ,m -
But It is claimed by the opposition
that If suffrage is extended to women
they will "unsex" themselves, become
builders, sailors, anhliara, eto. -1 eanstsl
see that that would necessarily follow.
Many a man, however, now telle with
pride of bis mother's or jrrandmother's
heroes defense of herself and children
against .the. savage In, ber frontier
home; and hearts Vet chill to hear
the story of that day In Rhelma when a
King waa erowned and France ransomed
by Jan of Are. ,i .. J...
- "Woman's Influence" luu .Luemao-.
kuowledwed to be beneficial lu church
and aoclety; Why not In the Ft ate?
and iMo6etMonM of her Influence- Id
the church and soelety whkh make It
so eruvtlve." lltat stems lstor- IokIc.
and hss not yet been prored. Hut sur-.
pose it true. What could bo more uuobi.
frsre thsn tbsli'iiUarf voiee" the bal
lot J A nil what influence ao practicaide
ana so powerui z a - - b.
- To Cbok'oJirrimtrtikVui a sfrylng
nian over the stove till It heeomes quite
hot. Have your steak wett -".Minded r
mangled sirloin steak to very good
for tlito nurONe. lay it on tlie hot. dry
pan anl cover It Instantly, as tightly as
posniblA ' When the meat touches the
heated pan It will seethe and adhere to
It, but ill a few seconds It Will become
looseited and Juicy ; turn the steak every
half minute; but lie careful to do it as
quickly as posnlhle, an that It may not
be long nuouvrred. When nearly don,
r inkle on pejvper aud salt, lay a small
Sece of butter on tho steak, and aM a
Ide-spoonfUt of strong1 eotll'C. This
makea a detletons beoll.il steak. Or, If
yon Wlslt liiis hTcravrhaJie'rirttle
flour -over tlie steak, wlteu Just done,
and pour In three or four uble-i.poonrul
of cream, let It Just Uillatp, ttmlcrcorer,
and w lien the meet lnooiie take tlie pan
fnnn the fire, remove tha meat, all Ma
quivkly ibr well hratrn yelk of an cgav
and serve hot If creaiu la used, omit
the otflee; Mutton .or ham may be
eooked In tlte Sam ' way; only they
should be over the Are longer, than beet
- To boA -Onteos. The atriHig, dlsa
greeabb) taste ..and ainell from onion
may be In a large licgree removed, by
leaving Ibenr to soak In cold salt and
water an hntir after the outside akin haa
visa rrwtri urr wm inns i h mils i
ami water tUJ Jlurrrmjflily telidt r; UyJ
into a orep tusu, sgnwoa auu iwpper an
salt and pHir'over-drawn butter
. jwf-s. rut tnem. wttn
skins on, Intaia kettle of hot water; let
them cutne Jusfto tlie boilmg point, and
pour in n cup or cold Water, and, as the
Irish say, the boiling hi "hacketL'' lic-
pcat thisTtll the potato 1 tender. The
object I" to kocp tlte water Just .on the
verge of iMilling, but t-bei-k It With a
".ittle i-old water till the poUto Is done.
V SaUur .Vm. Many people find, nuts
, all kinds InJuriow. mm! aome are
le seriously ill by tiwin. It Jteniil,
a V we think "truly," iraiiltle salt Ite
uaI with them It will prevent any
lnjV ' orliwvinenrrmie arkdng from
tUeirlsc, . xj ,,.V-, ,J-.: " "
LrmttH or Oranffc Jlmtrtirotnh.
Sweeten the Juice of two oranges or tom
ans. Ileal tho wklUof tww tags lam a
quart or rich cream emt whisk It t aa
froth rise, skim off and layanthetouton
or orange Julew Whisk aoaii roo have
tua whole irotned awl lahi oa the Juh
It makes a preMV and Sirrccalik'iNh.
It should be prepared the day beforal
neciiod and act in a root ptac.. u . .
Thk Anr-rif- Kxi-rnrTro-t-OaiAala
Hail's txpedrtl on to the Arrtio regVina
la expectol to wan rrora waahtnginn
Istd In May or early In June, The
United Ktatea ataamer rVrwtakle wtU
convey the partri sad tonowbelagplaeed
In order at the Washington navy yard.
Heavy timbers are Wing . used as
streiigthen her, and inside bee shoatbtng
ther wtll ha a mating sf enrtt. rihe
will have lit Iter two boilers, one of
which will awe-Jdunher; the other
tart nctmnihlrtt 9mwTHrtlitm 4 tlte
Aretk? region.'' Tb'proteet her penpellev
Wwen she reexihea the Ice Act la, she will
earrr m iimpelk-r wait CuaMrtlctor
MelaiKx under whose dtpiettana aereeal
of tho Btrmer Arc tie expedltlona have
been rifted out. haa the tm perl ate atleawe
ev uie worn a no is greing Die perawisi
sapervisbsa of the mtina; ant of the Maw
ef. whlrdt la of Wt.tooa bur ten, nod
will probably not take more titan one
or two ( uiex- nintnun ynrenict, ,
"r tv ;
; , . .... 4
(WrlUea tut th Raw Kuarsnrserj .
Hmmb-i isi ISsI Ssy, - ' J' -'Ji ' J
Ami sit ne str was arsy "' '
Wm SHkets aststs
las aeaU. wksfs aala-y
Asa all the esas were hwwwl '
A Eyi4- kli.lii d-ilnT "-i
LsM Urmtebse: ea the wsiSi '
Tne alder ana Ma ask, the aseeaJsMl thefU-
low - -
Wore taUeeed aults of yellow.
Tse son uctooer raiaa V . : v
Itsd 1A sss emrlet sUlas - ,
(If color sa the Issilfspsl aeotral grwntS;
These aa isli aural Udnaw.
Thearlaard BtutasaT svmsd, ' rt'Twrt
That le the "Ilsrreet Hesr ... '-
urripeAatamatatheekMiB ' '
OC lee 4m- aa4 taway was, m the avid aae
krlhJrttrr, t: . jl
y Uud Oar tnew beet a4erec ;
l fcIa what ssatt alaes n-f
shall ws atest fhee Is km, :
Her lueellest srlfktase .
Meet K stare at her sad aulsmaal rile.
Ot her aaaaatea Sella hsit
Thsa yea sI4 I H4 as re . r i
Where the las elalets hlew
la aollwws of Ui hills, aader aeail ask leave
Went SuJ ehf thee ablSlox.".
lis w reeall that day t ' '
IIss Ks gasB aassed asrajrf '
It teaStptst. dress tike laae, '
lilksaa ef TarsestsaSnspsi Msenlsesrr
IIss lei Sits peifUiuegowa"
Ami left the I
Not eoj tts sluma Is sUU .-'Z. t
Ore wood, Vsle sud hill
Tua ferny odor sweet, the
Th setrU that VHbre a yVi
BnUsed a wuh eUMe- ' '
Te th Ma, hiesay hsrhts.
O, sesuU-sl hilU tbst slsnd v . . ;. ,
Ssrea twlxt eaHh aad bearea, with the araee
Of both tu stsks ra srsivu, - .. "
Yew lellsel hwee pi see '-'"
rwawudaeMiec; jbu ' jT'Tr7;;f-"'
Aad aotaaleta hejroad es sips re. - s : ' - ' . -O,
lov.l aarpts hills, O, Srst day ef geremser,
Be san that I leaseeaberf F. T. Vlcroe,
frsadaa Batter Dvtoli fitockll'.
Mr. TIkm. Baker, of Barton, Yerinont,
who received premiums on butter at the
Orleans county fair, tost fall, submitted
the following statement i t - .:.
"This butter is made la all respects as
I make my butter all through thesesaon.
My cows are pastured upon land that
waa never ploughed, but 'ha been In
siass eveff alneo ths hawk-wood forest
Itae been cleared- from It The cows
have salt twice a week. 1 Milking is
tin thejHtate T I .rnmenwl at Ave n'rlnrk In the mom
HthgrifffarwfiBg and at gve- to the afterwmhii AsirT
soon as poasibto after milking, the milk
Is taken to tlte milk room and strained
Into common tin pans set in racks. Tlie
room Is used entirely for mik-awf Is
warmed by a atove In fall and winter.
The milk la akimnted when it haa set
thirty -six hours, so that some Is skim
med in the morning srrd some at night
At each skimming about an ounoe of
salt to put In tho can and the cream
stirred. I churn throurh the summer
every- other dsy. Tlte butter comes In
shout twenty ml mitre. The butter-m II k
to tlten drawn off, eokl water poured la
aud tlte floats turned round a few times.
Then lite water la drawn out and
more cold water turned In and agitated
with the butter. When the second
water to drawn off, most of the btittar
niilk to w suited out of the butter, -About
two-thirds of the necessary quaulity of
alt Is-then put upon tlie butter In the
churn. - lly turning the crank a few
times It becomes pretty Weft worked In.
The butter to then put upon tho worker
ami more salt adtiod, so lltat an ounce of
I. i. J ... ...I. I I .. . . v
my nutter irv
working Jt but to aak evenly. 1 then
pack tlte nutter Mr market in sruce
lulst bohling fifty pouniki. eacit. .Tlte
tuba are preistred by either burn In some
brimstone hi a rttsh. tn the tun. and
then s.wMlngltra-t ory filling Oh? tub
witn not water in wnicn a tabiejtpooniul
of sakrstus la , dissolvoL Kilhef of
these mrtllods takes about an hour's
time to nryivaro tho tub, That Is. It
aoaka an hour or smokes an .hour.
Mther method is satisfactory, letmnign
my butter to a dealer In Boston as-soon
as It Is made.
Amorurwty fierd thla anmmef I have
iniiked nine full Mood Hototein (some
time called Dutch) cows ami Itelfors.
and am well satisfied of thdr great
value as dairy cows. . My average yield
or nutter ruts never been better than
this year: and the color, flavor, and
texture of the butter lias neyfcr been
more satUfactoiry." i - . .
1 nm H FW ORTHWOT.-l II IS UCW
candidate for pultlle fltvwri publlal-ed at
up the valley, wniclt account ntr It not
receiving attention sootier. ' The Ifrw
nitTnwRT Is edited ami tuh!lxlied ny
Mrs. A. J. Duiilway, a IsIy wlHVllfUgu
her opportunities bsVe not been of tlie
nriaH favorable character, Is yet tits poor
oiany writer in (iregnu aisi Nrhaps on
the Coast What she. to site hss lit a
measure made herself by application and
Industry, thus msklng the most of
opportunities whtchbresrnifil them-1
selves; and II Is to lite credit of her sex
that abo haa, by dint of eierry and
peree vera nee, risen to tho rank of the
first writers of the country. , If this new
paper ds-s not succwd It must "be
because mf want of demand for a journal
ftl Ore-rin devoted M It cianfy. t
it naa an siss po recomuieiui it. . Ability.
dt-ermlnalio and experienne are. at
the helnTleNaw ronmwilMT t
sent an nneaoepttotank typogrkDh1
anrs-aranco and Is In all resuei-ls aeredlt
te Journal isaa. and wo cannot! but toope
that It will prove tho aourco of ample
returns to euannenaato for tho time,
means and energy devoted lo its pnMluo
mm. onins jirmirf.
-"' Ill' I I -V '!',' t)
Mlm Vlanle Ream Was nodellrl a
figure she ealkt "Tho Wt"S It has Uie
mar of Kmptre on the forehnul r a kkeaf
of Wheat, ia behind It
agriculture which follows In Its path;
lite mot or too agues m treading on a
broken bow -on- tk toft asm restsa
compass, ami the right hand holds a
surveyorVehaln; and titers are grape
OB) US! BJfOHIlH MN S BCJli-e.
. It Mawimo. Tmrword fowajssald
totnoan In th langnage of Tne iadiaa
trioea, in ttoautuul 1
T -t r, t
Atparsmt Piauuisai .af. tke . lag'aai
We are eo ' aotrustomed to tha. hear
Uquality of the sun and puma as reaueets
uteir aratarenc sise, inst we are apt to
AvertmkW iKs IW.I that this .ftnaMHl
equality must he reganted rather in tlie
light w a fortunato accident than as in
any wsy an essential attribute of the
Orbs that rule our. ilsv and niirliL In
tho wliole ranre of. the solar svstcm.
them Is no other iastanoe of ao reniarka
bto an assnOatitw. . In ktereury, Venue
auuaiars,oi coo rue no eoiiusea of any
sort ran occur, becaujej these planets
have no hmxhuw Jtut even in Jumter.
notwithstanallng the grandeur o his
system of satcllltos, aud tnuuirh total
solar ecllBM-e may ceur-at Interval
which must be measured by hours, rath
er Utau by -Montna, aswitn aw, yet euen
solar eclipses aa we ae ran never take
tla4e for not one of his moons is ra pa
ds of Just hiding the son's disc, with a
very narrow border all amnnd, while
beyond that border the colored promin
ences, ami beyond the -prominence the
glory of the corona, are left In view. If we.
try to eoneelve the elretrm stance 'of ah
J eclipse of Ilia an a -by one of Joptbf
aeareei wooua, wa nava an iiuagtue a
dark disc caistble of obliterating a sun
more than thirty times larger titan that
which to sctualfy-aean f pom Jupiter; and
even the furthest of Jupiter's moons oov-
er twice as a-rcat a sistce aa the auu.
lIt Is aaslly seen that whrn Jt total
ediisio it just beginning or just ernnn
u ruler these clreuuistaixwouly a.
rt of the matter outaide. tne sun caa
visible, ami nothina; reaemblina; that
complete ring of such matter visible to
us when the moon olditeratee from i
view the nearly equal disc of tho auu.
8o also In rJaturn whence tlie sun must
appear aa a lucre dot of bright light
and In L'ranus ami Neiitune, whenae he
appeara yet smaller, there eaa be ne
auvh eoliisjee aa we inhabitants of earth
are favored with. Hence It may not un
reasonably be concluded that terrestrial
astroworaem alone have any kaowledae
of the colored solar prominences and of
Uie corona. . . ,
- It Is worth mentioning, also, that In-
terestlnc aa are the discoveries that
Kara been, recently niade durine solar
eclipses, them are other discoveries, due
also to tne observation or total eclipses,
thouirh In very ancient times, which are
as full of interest It sou mis Ineredlbiej
but is 'neverthlesa strictly true, that
owing to comparatively rough olieerva
tlousof anelcutecliuaea, ntodern astrono
mers hrrvo learned timt the moou la rrad-
' Lually drawing nearer to the earth, and
further, that the rat of tho earth's ro
tation on Its axis to slowly but surely
diminishing, Insomuch that at some fat
distant epoch the day will tost a long
a-.a-lunar month. -Mot do tlte facts
that the approach of the moon will be
changed Into- recession, and that the
lowly that sal lit wis of centu
elapse before It to completed, diminish
the Interest that attaches Itself to these
tokens jof nmtablllt y la re la t lone-ihat
had once been regsriicd aa fixed and un-
chaugeablo. itorMA7f Maffatme. .-
8eiuibl Word. ", - , ,
A great taut of the children that am
born now-a-daya are not good, average,
healthy children. . They are children of
deficient brain power, of diseased ner
vous systems; children begotten of to
bunco smoke, htto hour, tight lacing
and dysne4i , stomachs. ,. Th father
has put Ids sou's brain into bis meer
schaum, and smoked it out: the mother
has diddled and dribbled It away in
ball ami operas. Two young people
come together, both, of them lu a state
of half-nervous derangemeut Kha can
not II v without strong coffeci herliand
tmmble and she haa a sinking at bar
stomac.h . when site first rises in the
morning, tin site luut had a strong runt
of coffee-, when alio Is primed for the dy. J
canind atudy or read, or pprfurn- Sny
jneniatr Utstr, without tolaacoa. -jv-trr
are burning life's cantlle at both cmto;
both- are wakefttt and tiervons,- with
weak muscle and vibrating nerves. '
lWo Hwh peiwona units in airing ex
istence to a IKtor. hehdeaa Lab v. n-Lo. ia
lsrn In sitch g state of d incased nervous
nslbility that all the forces of nature
are a torture to it "Tlte father have
eaten sour grapes and the children's
teeth are act on edge."", "What such chil
dren cry for Is neither cold nor hunger,
but Irw press! Ms .nervous agony aome
tlmea - from fear.: sometimes bersus
everything I u life I too strong for them,
snd jars ou their poor, wrskeucd nerves
lust a It does on those of an invalid In a
low, nervoo fever. r
There to scarcely a man that doe not
use tolsmtTii a rut tf wtnait uses tottaero. 1
inere is a cuusuutf emanation of It rmtu
nts person. Now, however, he may Jus
tify tlte use of It himself, he eon hsrdly
think that stale tobaoro efHavium to a
healthy agent to be carriott Into the
lungs of a delicate Infant' dtlldnn of
unoklng nt titers often have their brain
and nnrvous systesas entirely lmtrgna-
ted with tlie poison of nicotla in th
helpless age of infancy AJvAoityc.. ,
New Orleans to threatened hv a ess.
vasse at lionnet tarre, torty mile above
the city: which has passed entire I r W
yoml tlte control of the engineers and la
C Hiring aerosa um lowlatnl tltOugh a
reok In tho levee seme four hundred
yards whto and of unknown depth. Th
OMgortotneclty kvtruttaathe erev
has occurrcil gt the Pol nl where the rivor
sitp-t-aohaa msirest like Poncttarfraln,
the toko will oeon overflow-lta-honka
and net liack Into the streets af tho e-lty.
Tho like, of this happened aim rears
ago and-resulted la garat riamag to
property. . ttirsne uto war, tlie levee ays
tern of laulaiaaa baa hewn very ran-lees-
ty tooced anew, imnsg slave time it
waa easy to seta few huosiiod hand at
work aa enoq aa a rseeasse was ilseor
ered, hot this, umlerexlstlng comtHkina,
to well nigh Impoasildo. Tit sitaalloei
tssaadewwrs by tiie tort that tho high
water is pretty oertaia to last Weil to
warda June, tho greatest ris often e
eurring dutiug that month, and mean
while th erevaasa to euttlng tts channel
deeper and oav-per, making the labor of
repairing damages a work of great mag
aitui,ir iiMtoeil It can be Bi-.tmipll-.bed
at all. More than once ihe Mtsst-alppt
ha ebangod It course prcmeneatly by
rutting n nw channel aerosa a bend dur
ing high water, leaving Its former bed to
rorm one or Uie bayous w hich every
where Intersect tlie (Mat. Lake IW
rhartrain will lirevent ouch a result'la
the preaent ease, but aa examinatieai of
ins map will show byt mw rail a tenure
New Orleans hob lei bet position on
tho baaks of a river which may any tear
enaosj lie eourso anaaa mile, to
Westward, xj' t i ' i
svutih, , ,.,.,, w,m , tts)
1i -jj. m;'.s iii in lei .'JwI 1mJ
tmr fcaY WKM KaTuissssJM iml awl
Vrata - - a . n.. .- .. ..' - f
. . . - . -. . .
trromtjte WUIsJaetUFsnasf I '
-., Ule.Tw-s. ' 7 '
Ji. .- - - .T. u in., Jt
lrtlttBieaWleafckudauud'ffaa. w r.
, Wa hoard like Jewel rare.
and esesl theas e'er, snatetftee wllhtesrs. Vx
Wether em waadaos aurt.i i -r! --.i t -
Ohtenrht--Mt-slBaAMd, ' i .;, t,t
Whea dsjr Is erovaed wUh auasefs sold,
Aad I sol wore with rerei
ror day. Itk fcaaKiipe4 hrtlows, rss, '-"t-
And ws must stoaal lhsra,aws ay nsta. j , .
At twUUthr.1 ktve-afTea te, 1
Whea hsckwsr I tr raa-4, 1 'J J
A hill-top shlulrtg otlr and green,
rma eeedaal Vale eprsls-d; . ' ' " '
AsstMBeeesstarldeeaf rooks. "'. .sivl
Hearsd aowan) eg aM sa-taink k ilk. :
With cl-alac eryetsle hissed ; ,
But h who -ek these erystsl pure, '
Mast loN and wearltK-es aadue. 1 '
ITI(h, front th lerel rrf oallftvll,: '.: .' ' '
Th hill of jojreinerge, --r ' i -i
eUiaS-afaseaaadaUSav. -M k
leet of youth oft climb these height,
la flowery path of lor- dellht.
While, la the path af age, '
nee Best hills af peas art,
swi,(isa saowuped ..imiuitt asset Ihs-kie..
rroe aoteer falters ef the West, , .
Tlie gUa-loa hills thai rise) . r,.
Ilsv ol-lok front eei'W lufljr creel,
Weath kaadAuttiaa'kl. ' 1
Ugeellatate-tac pletar of the i
Bjr Ktliaalni slisale of II wn iinss.
Whll T I hewers a ihs slssil-hlrU whirl.
Or perrh in groups of whtta and lerl'
f Hi, Ainu if atn'llvMi"eBtMwyB. tiiwtr
Th pert hills of rhoaiht, . !
Aad.eusMnalothe hahjhlaaf aewer, . ;,
The puetl work I wrought;
Aad pss-lon-hesU,1lk esrthqtisk ahurk, '
r rolre the errstsl rroM the rorkt,
WUh wss Ireea fiilr naimht; -a. m
Aad, Horn toe eland wrealhed holjr pieos, u
Th aian dtaweed. with shining fitne. . ,
BLba W. fVuaa.
-nst-aa, April, Mfft - - u :
n II ii "in il ii li ' hmi;'''
-To Bk on nor to Br. A California
odltor frauklyavowa htodeeira lo !V
a w bile hingr, but thinks his chance
are email, because husbands are so suo
reasful In his Htat In pleading Insanity
In defense rf shooting or knifing persons
whom they have sustteoted of belag on
frisnuly turms wltli their wives and ao
ne giveanoticetn"aii men's wive who
have heretofore eti loved the OdrantaM
of his arquaintanc tfutt this (was a tu
day and forever,". ''Homebody,'' hecon- .
tluues, "perishes I ugloriously every day
for being on sneaking terms with mar
tied women, and we do not care to have
our turn eome round. Ueeidy gratefut
for th past fnrltea ranee' of aggrieved
huabaniby w make our bow and' retires
llcreartcr our niMla amP smiles wllL be
lavisheit upon girts and wtitows exelu-
ever will attempt to latrodut- us to bis
own wife, ortitatofi
' anotlter man. will
be regarded as a conspirator against our.
precious n-e, ami ne suttjot tod to house
in the fkdnmna of thi JoutaaL . Nature
la strong in us. and w do not wish La
die. henever we shall feel a desire
that 'way, we shall treat eomebodr'a
wife with common rmtrteaty. get sttot
and gaquhekiy toour rewwrd.1' f
itAiaiiro TrBKKYa. The turllln is
the moat tender when young, and moat
difficult to raise, say the Prairit Jtav
ten of ail tlio akirnatU! fosTla, buL Wl th
proper car In set Una tit agga umhr
gam hens and cooping the brood at
night regularly while tha turkey am
young, they may bocaelly reared Ingres!
bundam Ju'evor feed tho young tur
key boiled egga or corn meal dough
or wheat bread crumbs.-They need veryi
little food of any kind nmtor eevan
day of ago, oail should hare nothing
nut sour mjut set lit pans. : At about a
week or teu days give them also wheat
screenings or -cm tuna ana snd in sour
milk. lx-t Mils tw their only fe
tury In win Ul fcalTier and iLea
them grain of any kind. .Tie tho
twhlcli ha tlte young turkev to a oeg
off to ben-elf with a coop nearby her so.
si mi eaa enter at night to roast. Jit tsso-
week oM law tho ban loose' to roanw and -
if she Is a game hn sW-rUt -do-th-work
of rearing the brood, i z. ""
- UoXU OCT r'oWKVKB. IJkS aWaninaL
dying stars, our dearly loved ones go
away from our sight Tito star of our
borsHt, our ajnhlt Ions, our prayers, whoa ai
light ever shine before - us," ond
denly pal in tbefirmamentofour hearta,
ami their place to left mnpty, eokl and
dark. , A mother' steady, ooft and
earne-t light that " beamed through
wwf.m mi .utniwii m HHISTII Sllllff!
quick light tlntt kept our ft-rt from
etunitx tnr in in nsrx and in-at berous
wr-, a sister' tight so mild, so pure,
aomnrgsnt and so firm, shining upon us .
inmi geewas, taring eTea, una peruallng
ns to grac snd goodneeai a broUiar's
light forever sleeping la our souk, and
liliiiitlnatlnjf Mir goings ami coming;
a friend' light true and trusty-gon
out forever f Not tho tight has -set
gon out It is shining beyotult he stars,
a Iter tltere uvno ntght and no darkness,
forever ami forever. Thewlurti ltrkrf.
-v hi i irr-r i--iTri:
Yo remevaber th obi laltloi-'
when dying bHd hi i
hidden good-deal of money in on of
his fields, but b eould not . remeiulter -
ntch, but -HII up," swl'l. be, and you
Ct tuidw'Jt!. "r'
I deM li
reat dcMlt, but no treasure. rouid be
Wund. But when the Irarvrsi came. ''
th land. - broken an to so unusnsl a
depth, produced ammda at cropa at grain,
ami taea turn tavoer-a jneaamg was UM
demtood. , '
"A gorsl wny to aav tho erpenae of
raising ehUdron, to to go riaitLug. and
leave them at homo of an, f veniag to -play
whh a ki-roHrtio bunp. John W.
Mclmnald and wife, of Toronto, tried It "
With such suereaa that when Ihey kav '
seven more ehikkreo tliey will hav aa
many as they liad , work ago. saying v
nothing abduC the house and thing.
A music teacher toVo' wrote VuU the
"art of playing th violin requires the '
nicest n ssi-illin nd Ih aim I sense tsf "'
any art in tit know world." Whore- ,
upon a Western nlltorcommerrts Utua:
.Tha art af ooldlshlng a newspaper and
makrng It yey, ,aad at ties awiaW tlaa .
making It t Isass v err body, koala nds
Ulin; , higlHlhanakit.:',,, i
gliall t betp you an allgiifT 'aM 4 f'-r:
yoting awntlasaaa, addiisstng boune
log nemitry girt, who wo preparlag to v :
Josrm foon a carriage In front of bis of- ....
r- i 'Tbaasl tool aat.'I.sWeet seailsst -
' tit girt. ut I doa'tataoke. '
. .7- ' - - :. r-.-eM