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About The new Northwest. (Portland, Or.) 1871-1887 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 25, 1871)
I i..t !, stronir arm of u man unon I
$&tm SlfikVilf'i. could depend was ready to do my bid-
3'V "-lA J Minir that I bad no emotion or care con
cerning the, welfare of ruy faintly.
...AUGUST 25, 1S7J.
A Cuilalulpc Husband.
claimed us my legal master. Tremu
lously I broke the seal and read :
"It's a long itory, Judith, but I must
tell it, I am a criminal before God ana
man. As that old devil of a doctor has
told you about that cussed forgery I
As I lay listlessly resting, for I had
Indeed found rest, I could often hear
that sweet and solemn promise, "I'll
explain," which so often attuned itself
. " Timnt ft Hill I 4r mnlrul ilimnn ilin cta11 f tmltetu-t.
Say,.Squlre,I'vequltonSusa..a.M...- . . J , . n, ,,.H,,t!nr,. , m.l T told
to show ,. anion mat it grew to be with me an in- ' " " ; ,
Bowen's Pardon. '
C i'ORTIEA!ND ADVERTISEME2B.3j ffORTjkvyDjrAPT15-
11V FEANK CMVE.
SO I'll tell
sent vour broadcloth covered dandy to
. nil n :in ii v
....., t in I I it i . ,....n,Aorf mwl mi
That she hain't got no eJatm on n.- rf - -uj- j ravc ncithcr "e loo aooul 11 ul"au K " " ,
hooiierrovr- . . ii i.f " , ' , , ,., f,t ,w that! Pretty well none, ww "V.
Tlie pardon of Bowen, the notorious
bigamist, by the President is indignant-
li- nllll,lolitiil llnnn ll the "Western
press without distinction of party. The
The fact that Bowen has three wiwniwiiy I'ny 873 lor n Scuinir Machine?!
s'poseit'snouseirlayiiirsanctimoniquAUiving, ironi nono oi iwi ca .jib u -
rfnro-sn fimt note tnai ! i
il . J. , , T 1 1
.nnr other man, r uie explanation ior wnicn i nopeti aim i 7 - , i..,,imi
ForslTcSoh:1i5m,leritytocaryont lookcdlwuM always avail nle naught be dead in love with son c 1"
What a cussed fool a woman is!
J 1 I s-rf- CltO'll ItPlllMi; ill 13
a Ulan. I C!. nnfir, T n 41m nnvanoa auiiuwau, uvi .1 -v
And4owhfP1',n!,?P?a'3,'1'0 maice?! that no thought of self or of my Hopeless " "
lthotfurme. I bondage gave me concern or pang.
. -.1 Munh lit Knuiii twins In thlnlr lls I 0
J CUII It . , i -rv 4 . m r-r
strletlyjust, , 1 J- longeu 10 usk jvr. vnusiiuug
jj!ausc the Inw'n agin her, to make me git up question which I intuitively knew that
anddiwt! w ho could answer, but my state of iieace
WVdidn.tht.ehwonfronit.ft.Mhrt.forlwason tisfacto that I dreaded to
And swopped a cow for three hound pups, the I break the Spell.
,pearttmyermade.., ., , I T trna nl.V in M hofom tho fire when
1 lie cow nenauier Kin m-r-um u man 11c . nl,J fnrn ' .'. , . . , r
things Is hUfc-i ni nulu wmc uuuiu. Jlt uuu UKc j,mule siccK-iaan,
Vai.fremtiuitday.aRinmytraaertie'flira dandy! iOU'Ve nail a
prejudice! pedition. Tlic long exposure in the wet deucej toug t;me 0f it, old girl, but
shaidedwhenltredpfftenSouth-jiwnlanacoianau maue mm meuiuaiic, aim aj j,ve uccn verj- :ma to you
Ine was visiDiy uisiiiuokcu ;
lound me bolstered in a chair and
and treated as an invalid. The doctor
was out encaged in doing the chores,
shcsnarleU."VhatEood'saninfcfnz-tooi with- but master Ben. soon told my Ionl or
outacow.ycroor;" visit., which seemed in no way to
n-..II..AV..I.i..i.lHl'nl..lu:i-nllAn1 I ' . ... , -w
r,c.wgmu..n. ..muU , ' reconcile his mind to the tact tnat i,
Hill .mikc my paieiu-nsnis 1 oniy imps .or 1 - - - i.i., y,,i,iii
t..M,in.m!.- his staff and stay, was being coddled
The vreman u that contrary fhe' alius been aHd nursed by an old Ifiona, Miio nau Ka. 1)Ut j oniyadk one thing: Don't
disgusted v-.vi assumed a prerogative that my own h' , t j t 1 j sometime,
Sence toy patent Kteamcsg-liatcher knocked . thoucht to I0BC" "" .,, ,.. i,
.v.w- 1 inn. vim' 11 iit-'ii uuiii inu 4i-m
1 1 - . -
.1. n I
Yo 80. till we whs jnamw, a -uh . i - .
As he sat before the lire, dogged and
iiut.iHniincPasanHitiiiBsis.igotniieoporiituffLniicnj drj-ing the water from his mud-
ahead- bespattered and repulsivo apiiarei,
1 Mt, UUrin, i-.VJ. 1
for a gun-
Wp mUscd the wool and mutton, but a man I
must have some fun
And when I swopped lierchlefccn for a patent I
fimfj iinitlmr -lien? nor there. I had a
cool two thousand of that pesky forgery
cash hwtcd, and so when 1 found that
old Armstrong was on my track 1 un
nnrtlifxi it .nml skedaddled. You're wel
come to 'Broadcloth' if you can ever
catch him ! I'd feel worse to leave the
vounsr ones, but they even one look
eoiuidcrin'' that you never loved me,
but then there was no love lost that s
sonic comfort. Xow'for my prospectfl.
I'm off for South America. I'm not
afraid old Armstrong will follow me,
for he cares more for you than the
money by a darned sight.
I know vou'll take care of the chtl-
apparcntly well established; and It is
also unuenlable that tlie iicienuaui
resortcHl to extraonlinarv means to bol
ster up his cause, among which means
subornation of perjury, forgery and mu
tilation 01 tlie recorus 01 a court are irw
lv charged by the friends of tho com
plainant, Mrs. liowen, No. 1. The fact
that -lioweii threatens to invade Con
gress, and that political Iniluenccs have
been freolv ikihI ill his behalf since his
criniiii'il lirfistwntion ealue Oil.
t.tniii!'K' iiininst anv kimllv fcclhiK
. . P 0 . . r -m . j. i. I . r . f.irnr Arfa
wiilcli tlie iieople ortnci-resiueiii.asiiic r: ' ri-"r:
...i..wit......1. -....l.l! wlolit other- 1- HILI SHL'SCDM
embodiment of public will, might other
Bowen will now 1ms free to resume his
attitude, as n contestant for the Seat ill
Congress of tlie colored member, I)e-
Tinre. for tho Second District of outn
Carolina. He charges that DeLarge ob
tained his certiflcate of election only
riTIin IMPROVED HOME RHUTn.E KITW
X in: Machine, with black walnut table and
Complete for $45 !
A first-class Pcwlnc Jloclilnet use straight
Needle : nnder feed ; makcM "Lock Stltcli;"
warranted to do nil kinds of family sewing as
well as any machine In the market.
A lew mor? ARem" wiimuu canTass coun
unit taken for the Jmtiroved Hand Ma
chine price, J3)J In Oregon, Washington and
EO. W. TRAVU,
General Agent, 112 Front St., Portland.
mrr. A. J. DUNIWAY'S FASHIONABLE
MIW. h. J. ItCJIMEY,
PORTRAIT. AND LANDSCAPE PAINTER,
CAXUEFOUXlJ IK HEURTIDIO, on the
third floor or Cnrbett's Kew liulldlng, from
10 A. M. till 4 p. M.;ireach day
ssr Lessons given is IvsnscArE Paist-iN-a.
I "rR HAVR OS H.VND
I Frali Stock of
AT ATX TIMES
KAST & RICHARDS,
Philadelphia Soot & Shoe Store,
Have Just received a
Xeiv Stock of Hoots and Klioc. Etc.
All are Invited to call and examine.
No. 112 Front street (opposite McCormlck's
nS Book Store), Portland.
JlltS. It. LAWLESS,
JANUFACTUIlKIl AND DEALEIt IN
SHIHI5, UrtUthitllrtia, UnAVf tnd tlU.,
Corner Front and Yamhill streets, Portland.
SIiIrlH JIndr to Order
things that's laboisftvln
Jlut everj- strike I made wwi Mire to wt that
-windri ravln'l' ' '
She twHted me with fooHniroirher property for
And lrfea to lct dowti on 1L Now wtisn't tliat
rather brash ?
I told lr I was boa, actonllng to tlie law's
she-xrabbad Hie tater-smHutier and ferthwlthly
We hd a little Interval of esriaiiatlon then,
In which the vowed he wouldn't i-tand the tyr
anny of HHHl!
I toW her I eeald stand Mime tatcMmashcr or
But ifat)atried talienpeek me, I'd raise the verj'
-I'm Uki irtneii of ihan," vez I, ''for you to
Ah4 Iii this wort I weigh Jist sixteen O Z to tho
Ye ee tlrts ser hehliid my ear ? VTal, when I
si flung my paUmtiBOp-Mtek.and that there's
She took to tunning anr the 'ere woman suf
VhleU so dURiixted me that I took to running
I'm satisfied lw don't respect her husband as
Which comas of the condemned rebellious no
tions Ihey have-taught her!
Pur ftmenlne equality she she's- nu iupli-
watchinirmc furtively as I sat languidly
reclining in the rough ann-chnir,n kind
of light or indescrlbahlc intuition
lif-imml across mv brain, and I
I don't fancy striped hreeencs, ami to
Good-bve, and don't hate mo more
than you can comfortably help.
That was all. Neither date nor .su
perscription which, might lead to a
knowledge of his whereabouts was ap-
tiirourft outrageous frauds, or in the can- of the best material, and warranted to tit.
.,.!.?...,... -...i.im, Uniiirnlikplv. ran- All kinds of mcn.llnif done. no
iioot vvin y t iuv 1 i 1
i.ierin tli nnstoms ol now-a-ltiys ill
tlie Palmetto State, and the condition of
political morality wliicn may ue sin
,el to plinraeterlze a district which
has sent a Wlilttemorc twice and a Iiow
011 once to represent it in the Rational
Legislature. It would seem as if tlie
Second North Carolina District had
much of the same feminine instinct
nmiimted the third Jits, liowen
dentlv to lier fractional
i.iiti.-nl'f-;iiip: and which the wet has
embodieils'o touchingly in the familiar
"I know not, I ask not If guilt's In thy heart.
I know that 1 love inee; uimmcr umu an. -
Tf thi! idea of Moore's sons could only
be carried out a little farther, andllowon
sent homo to rest in the bosom of his
constituency and his family in tlie ca
pacity of a "stricken dear," instead of
Haunting himself in the face of public 1
deconcvand political morality in the way
which "lie proposes, the country would
lie the gainer.
JSL I Xj LT OST 32 H. "3T
Compritlng t he Latest Styles at Lowest Prices.
tecmetl to grow in a sort of rapport with ponded. Of course 1 knew lie would
circumstances which revealed to me t to South America. Ilissuyingso
tliat John Smith know of some dark was to .,, pursuers on a false scent
deed which he felt that I must never it may not have seeniedn very lion
learn. Hastily banishing the thought orai,ic thing for me to do, but I showed
as something too horrifying to be in- mv letter to my only friend and tic
dulged a moment, I commenced con- ponded mion him for counsel as though
versing with my husband upon com- j,c iia,i been my father.- After u. long
mon-place topics, which only elicited I and earnest consultation it was at last
from him such terse, absent and curt decided that we should imnioiliaU'ly
rcnlies as confirmed my worst suspi-1 make preparation to remove to tho
dons. homo of my childhood, where my sister
iit...i:.i. i. c.,i,i 1,0 lmnrsi.lv. risiii" to Sarah lived, and who for nearly twenty-
lilu foot and lookln-rat me with such a live years
rfn rf n f.mi- ns T urav fJod I mav heunl of.
fiever behold atnvin. "it's no use ilshtin' Our preparations for departure were
against fate I I never had any right to rapidly consummated, and by the open
vou. hu abuicr! I've been a mighty M"g ' me cujjj p
slcht meaner man than I ever wanted
to think I was, but tlie jig's up:
ft to Si.kkp. JIany children, in
stead of being as plump and fresh as a
peach, are as withered and wrinkled as
lust year's apples, because they do not
flcep enough. Some physicians think
that tho bones grow only during sleep.
This I cannot say, certainly; but 1 do
know tliat those little folks who sit up
late at nights are usually nervous,
weak, small, anil sickly.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
T 1IAVK Jl'.sT KECKrVED THE LAllOEST
X H00K ever brought totlilsmarket,conlxung
ut int.- i.iiiuv. iiin jjiuriii tji 1 lauo;
HAUETT i. OAVIS'.lCelchratedXewKcale),
Clilckerluir t Son's,
And coining by rail
Something Entirely New !
In the line of Piano Fortes.
My Stock will ranse in price
Prom Sr3.50 to SCOO.
I have also u lan;e Stoek of
MASON & HAMLIN'S
CABINET OKGANS I
Which I ofler for sale at Eastern Prioes.
W. T. SII.VXAHAX.
Xo. 73 First street, (near Iuld nnd niton's
li7 IbHiK) lMrtlanil.iireson.
THE NEW YORK TRIBUNE.
The "Trllmne" alms to be preeminently a I
INDIES IX THE COUXTRY
Dedrinc to select articles In our line can
have their orders filled at all times with the
same care and accuracy as to price, fitness and
quality as though they were present. Our ions
experience In catering to the wants of cus
tomers enables us to readily determine what
Is bent suited to theaRound complextlon of the
OFFICE-COP.XEIl FBOXT AND WASH-
IXUTOX KTS., JUItl J,.M.
HAVIXG IIAU A XUMBEIt OF YKAIIS
practice In San Francisco.I feel competent
to UO'rirsI L.iaS orii ill "ii 'l
Nitrous Oxide administered.
rtev. Wm. Roberts, Judse O. X. Denny, Dr.
Dickson, Messrs Qulmbyaml 1'erRins, anu
Mrs. Danlway.of theXEW XoimtwiiST. nl
Particular Attention Paid to Old Ladies'
Caps and Bonnets.
Bridal or Moarulos Outfit KurnlvLf J on Short
I had not seen and seldom
Kiss and hus me. "Win. and Mill., and
then I'm off, and let Doc. Armstrong go
to thunder!" I think I did not for a
moment clearly comprehend that he
was gone. But as I gazed after him In
tho deen "loamln? a wail of pity and
TlMt's me, y know yet there's one chore she
likes to do lor me.
She dusts my Jacket ami deans me out with
I'm peaeeahly IneHned myseir, hut Suke Is
You don't hear no complaint from me It we
don't have a crumb
' For thrcedayson nstreteh; lmtSuan she'll git
up and rare
Alsiut sui yjlle thliiss as thHtenpuKiito ral-e
I like a lively woman, but Suke carries things
I tfpoe she'll he dlsu.tcd when she finds I've
Tlie reason vou need more sieep inaii xkwm-ai-kiu jisoim-MniieiiwiraverseevBo-
,.,, .,,,(. !..' iw(1ii. vim li'ivi. tn state, are at prvlit on every Iniimrtant battle-
your parents is, "ecaut jou n.nc 10 ,.,,, ,reiry.H,vlM;iIofevl.rvl,oU,bieCabinet
grow allll they do not. Ihey call Use up at-viMon. observe the pnx-ecdliiin of Comrress,
thefool thev cat in thinking, talking ol Lel!ature, and or tonvcntlrms, anu re
tiiviwu vj .1:.,., . I wn t.i iik. liv icl.-rmiili all Hint seems of teii-l AJ.Ij
and IValKlllg.WllHC vou wmum ill, .V,,. "W5 i.ive iUd for one day's mo-
some of yours for growing. OUOtrIU lnrllt,s mlvlees fnim Europe by cable far
to sleen a trreat deal: H VOU do HOI, you more man our enure rwipis ior mo i.uo in
,.":il tl .w.Tlvltv nuUiimn nil voti eat which tlune lulvlcis r.-ache.l our readors. It
will ill nctiity consuine nil jou uu, avMl u,y, Unleeplnir vlsllance. and nn-
,iiil li.ivi, ,1000 nr not piinil!nl. to iroW i... f..i,i. in tin. lllifmtliv nml itlvt-oni-
.till. . 1 . .1.1111-. ... - - . 1 1 . : 1 1. j 1 1 j 1 ii 1 i ... - - . -
KINDS OF STRAW GOODS BLEACHED
. . ., , 1 I imifcp a loiinial wiilcli lias no superior 111 ine
erj WW smart, cniiureii uAcei, ui u H.unM.y) variety and freshness ot Its contents,
Ami vows siie "will wot ertujte nor toll for no I despair escaped me, which the doctor
overheard as he came leisurely up the
kitchen slcp3 with his pall of milk.
"Pa's gone off, and he said you might
go to thunder!" said master Hen.
For my life I could not have spoken.
The shadow of a great darkness over
came me, nnd I swooned and fell.
When consciousness returned I found
myself bolstered up on the lounge be
fore the lire, where I passed the night
in a bewilderment of doubt and dread
and fear. Tlie storm-king was in a per
fect rago of fury through the livelong
ni"hh How I Tiitied the poor, mis-
won'tbeiicked,Tyou icnijed ftiuitive, the father of my cnn-
dren, who was exposed to tlie iury 01
the elements on the awful night, and
wliosecrimc, though innately guessed at,
I could not inquire into, it would be im
possible to say.
For a few days I seemed to hover be
tween life and death, but the necessity
of some rational action for the benefit of
my dependent family did much to
xwise mo to life and vigor, and in a week
I was able to resume many of my
finn iliinir surprised mo much. The
gossiping neighbors who had professed
ut one broak,fur'd
Squire, new mind the paper; Btikc has adver
tised, far spite.
That he won't pay no debts fur me! That's
where she's cot me tlfht !
Hir.t'm dead broke. She says I must llRht out
Twixt you and me
She's got me In one of these thine they call a
t. A, Plain Story of a Plain 'Woman.
we were reauy
for a steamer voyage, as my protector
decided tliat the steamer rouflAvas the
best because most expeditious.
My brothers and sisters hold a solemn
farewell reunion at home, where the
mtherlne; seemed like a funeral. Our
elder brother, with his bran-new, styl
ish wife, condescended to visit us for an
hour or two and then returned to the
city, leaving the other, members of our
family, who decided to remain until
near tlie time when wo should bo ready
for our final departure. My two sisters
younger than myself had long been
grandmothers, but olive branches still
grew and llounsiieci around nieir uoaru,
and their cares were as arduous as when
some eighteen j-ears before they had
witnessed my personal sacrifice upon
tlie altar of Hymen. To bid them a
long good-bye was my sorrowful duty,
and I felt intense relief when they de
parted for their homes and left myolf,
Dr. Armstrong and my children to pre
pare in peace for tlie journey.
Tlie stage coach which was to convey
us to the steamer dock at Portland a
day's journey from our homo was mo
mentarily expected, and I left tlie house
and nm to pay a final visit to the rest
ing places of my dead. Reclining upon
tlie freshly springing grass I poured out
mv soul in an agony of prayer for tlie
father of my children suclia prayerTns
comes forth liom of despair, and such as
springs from tlie tried spirit of those
from whom earthly hope has lied.
Suddenly a sort of magnetic light en
equal other people when they grow up. the-Trii
Why is this V Because their heart, if To aw
not their bodies, arc kept too busy; so
that thev cannot sleep, rest and grow
htronir in bodv and brain. 2foW, when naperas no fanner can
...!.... . If I.1 to ir,, tn lul. UO
do not worry her by begging to sit up
"just a little longer."
But hurry oil" to your chamber, re
membering that you have a great deal
of sleeping and growing to do to make
you a healthy, nappy, useful man or
Tn Aranit townshiii. in Pennsylvania,
a portion of railroad track recently sank
into IHC eanu, nnu iiisajnn.-aii.-u Hum
sljiht. All investigation into tlie cause
of this singular occurence revealed the
fact that underneath the railroad for a
considerable distance was a deep sub
terranean pond, covered by a crust 01
lilnel: earth six feet ill thickness. Tills
crust supports a heavy growtli of wood.
The tmiid is said to contain many fish,
. . 1 . 1 ... 1 1 A 1. . . 1
DicKiTei nnioniroiiicrs. nut an wiinuui
eyes, in tlie same lownsnip is anoiner
pond, about twenty acres in extent,
unon wlilc i a similar crust, is accumu-
latinir. A larce part of this pond lias
been covered within tlie past twenty
venrs. and tlie process is still troitifr on.
'For some distnnce from the shore it is
tilli-d with a dense crowtli of water-
tHii. and these are supposed to furnish
tlie foundation for tlie superstructure of
f V .1 tnrml aiMAtillll, In til, ft fit nf PjinirrHS. I Tl
the jwr 1W1, by Mrs. A. J. Dunlway, In the I to be my wannest menus no longer is
Offiee oUhe.Llijrarfan of Consres at Washing-1 Jle house. At first I did not notice
iSCftf.l Li.:,. i, a ilio tl.ivs woreon I becan to
It. "un ' - - .'
1 a 1 l 11. a.. .11,1 nnl nnmn
ru A-PTE-it vvti 1 wonuer mat iiiu umi.i'"
Tlie next morning found me with a One day Winnie, now a tall girl of
low fever and racking headache. An fourteen, came bursting Into the sitting
ineffectual attempt to rise was followed room where I was busily at work and
by excruoiating pains through my limbs exclaimed vehemently, "I wish we were
and lungs, and I 'sank back quiv- all dead ! I do so ! And I wish old Dr.
ering and silent I had forgotten Armstrong was at the bottom of the
tlie doctor's visit in the delirium of ocean!"
sleep, or at least remembered It only as "Why, Minnie! what does this
a dream ; so T was surpriseif ivhen he mean?" was my amazed inquiry
appeared at my bed-room door to in- "I mean the people are telling awful
quire after my health. lies on you, mother. They say that you
"All ! I see," was his quick conclu- never made pa a good wife, and that he
little girl a
The children 'were" sOon made ac- felt so bad he left home for good ! Oh,
quainted with my state of health, and mother! I can't repeat the horrible
every posssble effort was made to pre- things they say about you !" and the
ser?fc order and quiet in tho house. The poor, dear child sobbed as if her heart
school children were met at the door by would break.
Wiuuie, who had beon instructed by "Never mind them, darling," was
the doctor to say that "motlier wouldn't my calm reply, -while a great lump
teach school any more." She was for- raised 111 my throat, ami a new terror,
veloped me, a feeling of such peace iis
passeth understanding took possession
of my soul, and before me again Hashed
through the filmy light tlie vision of a
kindly face, with long, white beard and
beaming eyes. I gazed because I could
not help but gaze ; but while I slared
tlie vision vanished, and I left the spot
tranquil, happy, subdued... I seemed
cn rapporl with some mysterious pres
ence, whioh was as peaceiui ami wei
it was unaccountable and
Attachmexts to Nr.wspAPr.ns.
Tho strong attachment of subscribers to
well-conducted newspapers Is fully con-
"I didn't come to see my poor came home one day and found that you finned by publishers. "Stop my pa
;irl a minute too soon." had taken up with an old doctor, and he j per ! wordsof aread to w bfgmncB
III IIIU uiti.-.-,
. i-,..,nr s!n Intii ns n. naner nur-
sties a just, honorable and judioiqus
eourse, meeting the wants of its custom
:,. -ill lvsnects. tlie ties of friendship
between the subscribers nnd the paper
i areas hard to -break, hy any ouWtle
.third party, as the links wnieii bum om
friends in the business or social life.
n .eto.mi lipoids or errors in a news
paper, are overlooked by those who have
become attached to it through its pe
rusal for years.- Tlio'anay.sdinenies
become dissatisfied with it, on account
of something which lias slipped into its
,...ii,n,i,. nml mav stop taking it; but
tbu absence of tile "familiar sheet at their
for a lew weeKs, bci-onies
bidden to tell of my illness, as tlie doctor
feared the confusion of tlie visitors which
such news would bring. For several
da&SsLlay in a kind of dreamy stupor,
suffering intensely, but alwayseonseious
of passing events.
Dr. Armstrong, agreeably witli his
promise, split the bchool room desks and
benches into kindling wood, thoroughly
rcnovated the school room surround
ings,' and used the apartment for a
The dreary November rain pattered
against the window panes and the south
wind roared in fitful luunnurlngs
around our rude home. Everywhere
the stbrrn-klng reigned, sole monarch
of th tear-stained earth. Mount Hood
covered his hoary head with an impen
etrable veil of ashen cloud, while from
such as before I had not imagined,
loomed up before my soul. Tenderly I
stroked the sunny hair of my blue-eyed
darling strange as it may seem my
children all iKissessed tho iieouliarly ex
urossivc eves of my lost lover and
be well, I
agony. My words seemed to somewhat
re-assure us both, and while we were
iu the midst of the conversation, Dr.
Armstrong came in, to -whom my
daughter related the substance of what
she had been imparting to me.
"Never mind, Winnie dear," was tlie
cheerful answer. "If old grannies and
meddlesome fools will talk there is 110
law to hinder them. But havo no
fears. AVe'll checkmate the whole
inny or Impertinent meddlers. And
litiiiso nr nlllee.
..c.mm.1 lier that all would vet un iiisutiiKirtablo deprivation, and they
:....t .. :.,.l..,.ril..,l.i.. . hasten to ihkc 11 again, aim, possiuiy,
uAiKureuint " ,,nt, nr Win? stcmmil it. This
we believe to be the common experience
in tlie history of all established uewspa
pers. No friendship 011 earth is more
constant than tliat contracted by the
1 reader of a journal which makes an I1011
, est cllort to merit- his - continued
A man in Angelica, N. Y owns u calf
born of a Devonshire cow, whose 11001s
arc solid, and not cloven. It has fet
lock joints, no dew-laps, and a tail like
mentof the n-adina public, will enable us to
Tribune" shall Ik- such a Journal.
rmntiin ami me subservient ans. we 1
devoted, ami snail persistently uevoie, 1
incaiis and space than anv nf our rivals. I
We aim to make the "Weekly Tribune" such a
er can airoru to uo wiinoui.
nowever widely Ills olltlcs may differ from
ours. Our reports 01 ine (. ami-, iiorso, jto
ducc andCeneral Markets, are so full and ac
curate, our esays in elucidation ofthe fanner's
cmIUiik, and our regular reiwrtsot the Farmers'
flub anil kindred sntherinc-'.nroMiIntcrei.tlns
that the pooreit farmer will find therein n
mine 01 SUXKeMlou anu count;i, ui wiucti on
cannot remain Itrnonuit without positive and
serious loss, we sell me -wee my to umus
for les than Its value in dwellings for wnMe-
paper: and, thousli Its suucnpuoii is aireauy
Old Hats and Bonnets Rsnewcd,
At a saving of Fiity per cent to the wearer.
very faree,' we believe that a Half Million I vantage to deal with u, as we know Jut what
more iiirmpra win mku 11 wot-m-i cr it aiiiiu ikji. ....... ... nnMri.m iaa n 1 nn pi
' " . .. .i . .. ......... .. t. ... "H-i iiwit.iiiit.mi
OOlllltli-lKieu u incir out""".". I rfl. r IUn
.--a........ ...i......iiAwt ... ... . . j 1,1 c -Ainnipin . , urn iiiit-iiiiiiiim ill iiiu I'.i"' ... .
Ins It. Kranelsi-o.
Hecentlv. while passim: by where a
pretty smart Chinaman wis working,
we noticed a ".uoiican" man ncross ine
w-.iv "treatlnir." Anxious to know
. 0 nirs views, we remarKCti 111 me
"Heathen Chinee' tongue, " You inuchee
likee Hum. JohnV. "No." says he,
me no likee lumee him lieaiiee make
Chinaman number one fool."
The liotato bugs are so numerous in
Wisconsin that the farmers pav chil
dren till cents a quart to pick them off
tlie vines, and it is said tlie youngsters
make -r, a day. Kvorything within
tlie ingenuity of man lias been tried to
exterminate them, but nil to no pur-
nose. T he potato crop in some pans o.
tho State will prove a total taiiure.
A letter trom General Pnlnner rives
an account of his attempting to call on
the Kothscliilds at their London ofllce.
fter watins a loner time in the ante-
.- i- .
room bo loir. A. messonircr soon 101
lowed with an aiiology, but the General
contented himself with returning a mes-
sace that thev did not treat dojrs tliat
wav 111 America.
Milliners and nressmnkers
In the country towns will find Itto thelrad-
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(LATK OF SAX FR-ISOISCOJ
3D jV T I S X
Bit. J. . CWXTS,
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ri-nntm.nt Slncilrif liw Imlllfllt and SOIU.
Aeentfor the transaction of all kinds of Fi
nancial and Trust nusiness. 111
Dlt. 3I-.VRY A. THOJIl'SOX,
PHYSICIAN AND ACCOUCHEUR
RESIDENCE -VNI) OFFICE THIItn KT.,
Ietween Salmon and Main, opposite the
fulls attended In anv nart of the cltv.
Batteries for sale and Instructions given on
tho use of electricity ns a Remedial A&ent. nl.
Cur. Second nnd Hnslilncton Sis.
HAVING RECENTLY PURCHASED THIS
Market. I am now prepared to sell on reas
onable terms the best Meats the country af
the mirsl luipr
ments in the art.I would rcspWwnyln.vlte,tho
the I.idlesand centlemen otlJAirUlind ndvl-
clnlty to call and visit my new robtrrsTmitlrig
had flneen years' exrHnencstt.im log, Photo
graphic line, and havlns the EestfliM largfrt
Top-Usht in the clty.l will filSlfinitce a true
and pleasing picture or no clianJKlfslrnbrii-
tvpes, plain piioiosnipos, w" ww,
ltcinbrandts. Pictures copleiti 'ICBrstir resi
dences at reduced prices. . , ( j -.
Only one mem ot siaits. jieiuemuer mo
place: ! c ,
SAX FRANCtsCO ADVERTISEMENTS.
to their IiirgoHtook of 'i
American, English, Frcncfipntl cejraan
A Gcor'ia iudce lately defined In
fpnn.4 wlien a man in legally drunk.
Said lie, "It is not necessary that a man
should ln wallowins 111 a tlltcli, or
bumping Iiis head against your posts
that vou mav know him to lie drunk
but whenever ho begins to tell the same
thing over twice, then he's drunk J '
General Von Moltke has written
letter to the ioet Oscar Von Redwitz,
who dedicated to him tlie "dong of the
New German Empire," very modestly
declaring tliat the great German con
quest is tlie result of circumstances
rather than of individual ability and
Varlin, who was Minister of Finance
of the Commune, was one of those who
died witli the greatest courage. Hut, as
a singular phenomenon, it is related
that his hair, which hud been raven
black, turned white iu the short in
terval between his capture and his execution.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING BEEN
non Hy5iciii 1111s ik. ii ixuiiu ,.-.... wu-1 j Willi ine iirm 01 iiusscii rem,
tliorltles to 15 virtually an absolute protection Real Estate Agents, Portland.liegs leave to call
against loss.-s uv mtui. x .siiiiiisivis uiv
obllKed tn register letters when requested to do
Terms, cnh In advance.
Address "Tlie Tribune," New York.
8MAIJ WARES, PKIIFl'MJ
ERY, lttCKET cn
1 Xcar Marseilles they manufacture iu
iifiintorv Tianor from lion vines. The
Ail excursion lias been planned, from
Memphis, to extend 5,000 miles, reaching
St. Paul on tho north, Boston at tlie
east, anil including Niagara Falls, thu
White Mountains and long llranoh,
the cost of a ticket for tlie round trip be
ing but eighty-live dollars.
Tho Agricultural Society ofBreslan,
Germany, offers a prize ot $700 iu gold
for the bteam plow apparatus which
will work best at trials to be made on
the farms near that city this summer.
lieTrliomc 011 the broad racitic came the Here's a letter for you, Judith," tosslu
d!.,tnnt -nil of warring elements. 1 me a bulky envelope, upon which I rcc- a ftt?i0 P'L . cfi ,i Eiitcrnrislntr planters In the South
. ,4.i .ii, t 1..,. ,..,,1 .r,,i7,Ml thr. mmiwl i,n,w-riit., ,..i irlr,13A-..,., r i. .,.,.i'. iii-i i.. am cxnerimentiiur with tho traction
VA. ?t 1. I'VIKlUSLCUl A. "O-- - A aa.sf- 1 1 1 X 1 1 1 1 U1IU oaill - - - - . .
dreamed of these, ho thankful that at awkward spelling of the man whom I Southern trance,
JUST. RETURNRD: FROM SAN FRAN
eisco rilli n large and Splendid Stock of
SILKS, VORSTED GOODS, GRENADINES,
Japanese Silks, Poplins, Alpacas, lawns,
A Largo and ISoauUfui Assortment of
MILLINERY GOODS, RIBBONS,
Pine Laces, Etc.,
Or evry variety and description.
Straw Goods, Parasols and Kid Cloves
Ot tile best quality.
jr.wci.uY, i'a'xcy tjoous. irrc,
On hand and made to order.
CHILDREN'S AND INFANTS' CLOTHES
! Of all descriptions.
Call mid Ilsniulne the Stock.
OooiU Sold ' io Suit the Tunes.
JT7 First street, Portland.
BsrrONSTANTLV Recelvlne New Supplies
Li every Steamer n2
the attention of the Public to the tact that
HE HAS LOCATED AT KALAMA,
Where he has for sale many desirable Lots for
lluslness and Residence Purposcs.and will also
attend to ("ollectiijfis, Itentlne and General
Agency Business. C. W. uusskll,
Real Estate Acent,
,i" ICnhima, W. T.
GIVES LESSONS ON THE PIANO AT THE
Residences of Pupils.
nERJIS REASONABLE. Satisfaction Gnar
JL anleed. n"
BOOK AND JOB PRINTERS,
5 W.VSIIINGTON STREET, TP-STAIRS,
Work done at RE.VSONABLE RATES, nl
DEAIiER IN MILIrlXERY.
-rr V VCIIIVO AND PRESSING, DONE TO
fcipr Iso Plain and Fancy Sewing
V tuU a'nd couilete st.srk orllllllncry- now
with new additions every month,
onhand.wltnncw". ss-on.l mmu.
store on jirou"'""'"
alto - f...
Yankee Notions, WB&Ggo$a, "
t inliiKS, .
nosltrjVKtr., tit., Ut.
OFFER' AT THE LOWEST
$20 A DAY
TO MALE AND FEMALE AGENTS
riTO INTRODUCE THE CELEBR.VTED
Corner Sntter nnd'Siuisoiue fits..
$25 Buckeye Shuttle Sewing MactfiSe.
ClIAIttES TEXCE A CO..
-. . ..iiiiurnv eTnmi AMD
FRENCH iYHLLincni, oinan
c.i.l, nllko on both sides, and is the nnl-r : FANCY UUuUdi
licensed bhuttle Machine In the United States 1 vrr
to? le than $W. It uses the Celebrated Wi" NUMBER 13 SANSOME STIUvET.
son Feed, and Is acknowlcdgcdby all to be the ' , . .. , cosmopolitan
best Family Machine for heavy and light sew- Between Bush and Sutter, nextt " v
ine in the market. Hotel, Man i-rancuco.
Address"- 3IIXEK A PF.IWOX. No. S Hue du Faubounr-I-oonnlere Paris.
nl General Agents, Alluiny , Oregon.