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FOR KST (i ROVE,
THE INDEPENDENT. ' J
A D V E R T [STAI ENTS.
Is THE CorXTY Ooi’KT OK THE STATE OF
O keoon , ron the CorxTY or W ahshinoton :
W A S H IN G T O N C O UNTY,
To the Farmer.
Farmers everywhere are rising.
Forming into mystic bands,
To r« si-t each vile « ppression
With their true and loyal hands.
Freeilom from her lofty mansion,
S. M. S tott , l'lff. vs. J osiaju T itts , Deft.
Bids them everywhere unite,
U C E,
7«. Josiah 1 ¡tus. I t turili ni \
And in holy bonds fraternal.
In the name of tlu> State of Oregon, Von
Stand and buttle for the right.
are lierehv rt*«piin*<l to appear and answer
Justi«*«' calls in vain no longer.
Editor and Proprietor.
the Complaint tile«l against yon in the above
For tile iloUest long oppressed
entitled action within ten «lays from the
Fast ar«' pressing to their standard,
date of the servi«*«» of this Summons upon
Asking for a stern redress.
you, if served within Washington « ountv;
or if »er« « d in any other county of this
Honest.hands will battle strongly;
State, then within twenty «lays from the «late
Treason’s host they will appal;
T E R M S OF S U B S C R IP T IO N
«>* the s«-rviee of this Summons upon you;
will tly in wild confusion;
On© ycar, .................................... $2 ‘>0 and if served by publication In for«' tin* lirst
Protnl monopolies will fall.
Imrit llomrsb » .
answer, for want then of. the Plaintiff will
Three months,.................................... 1
S in gle copies, ......................................
SI 33 with int« r« st t h« non at the rat«* of 10
pi r cent. per annum sin« « S« ptcinher 7th. Medical Declaration Concerning Al
1*7.'!, and for his costs and disUnrsemcnts.
lty order of th* Count« .lutile of Washing
R A T E S OF A D V E R T IS IN G :
ton county, Oregon. 21st S« pt« ntber. 1*73.
During the hi*t year the National
1 H I
f r a n k 1 .. s t o t t .
5 (HI í 7
1 inch, $ 2
n V u lw
Att««riiev fe»r Plaintiff. Temperence S«»cietvhave inaugurated
1 (Ml 10 IHI
3 50 5
a movement against the evils of
4 00 ► 00 «) INI 12 IHI 17 50
alehohol as a medicine, ami have
i no 10 on 1 1 IH) 20 on
X » 114 1 : OF FIN AI. SK ITT.K M EN T.
] ire pa red and circulated the following1
a /i col.,
9 11(1 12 no 15 IHI 2u IHI 30 INI r p i l i : U N D l'K S Ii ; NED I1AVIN0 PRK- declaration, which has Been signed
12 (HI IS IH» 1* no 30 (Ml 50 (Ml A
/ % C«>l.t
s« nt« «l th< ir fina! aei-otint as Execntors By tiBout two hundred leading phy
15 (HI 20 (»0 30 (H> 50 00 90 (HI «>f thè estati1 of William l ’«*rter. «hi-eased.
sicians, surgeons, etc., of New York
noti« « is In r» bv iviiithat tli» tìrst Mollila}’
A vast number of
in Januury, 1*7 I. liis b « 11 apponiteli by thè and Brooklyn.
every year By
<'utility Court of tli«• State of On gon, for
L ocal N oth 'E s , 25 r« tits per line for the
Washington Coiinty. as thè «lay for thè linai physicians, who so freely prescribe
first insertion, and 13cent.su line for each
hearing of sai«l inatti r.
alcohol, as a medicine, and the appe
J O H N R. rO R TF.R ,
F or L«-gal and transient ««Iwrtisemonts,
tite is soon fastenetl upon its victim,
J A W ETM ORE.
$2 50 per square ««f 12 lines for the first n.’V»:4t
insertion ami ¿*1 00 per »«piare for «•:»« h
N O T I ( K .
Is-ial Ari rirtisemr iris hi hr ¡miri fur u p o n
tnak'iiuj p r o o f ’ by the I'ubHshtr.
V O T U T . IS I IF. BE BY G IV E N T H A T
i 1 the undi rsigm-d has been appointed
Administratrix of the Estate of ( has. K.
F.stcs. ileeeaseil, by til«' t’ounty Court of
Washington county, Oregon, All persons
haying claims against sai«l Estate are ro-
quir* d to present them to me tit the r> side nee
of Wm. Jolly, in the above named County,
within six months from the date of this
notice, and all persons indebt« «! to the said
Estate are requireil to make immediate
Subscriptions sent East, ?2 GO a year.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS, ETC'.
NOTARY PUBLIC AND
C O L LE C T O R
ARM AN D A M. ESTES.
Hills boro, N -v. |Qth, 1*73.
W ill attend
promptly to all business entrusted to his
d r aw n
G e o . H. D urham ,
H. Y. T
N O T IC E .
'V 'O T I C E IS H E R E B Y G IV E N T H A T
•i. - th«1 uiuh rsigm-d h.is been appointeil
by th*- County Cot i t of the State of Oregon
for Washington County, administratrix of
tit** estate <*f 1 ftinian < «arrett. <b «•« as« d, and
all p« rsotis h iving el.'ims again-it said «state
•ir« r«<ju« st«il to j>res-tit tli'-m tom e at my
i sidcncc. l ight miles Hoith-east of Hills
boro, t’ounty and Sr.it. af -r. .aid. or to my
attormy. T ie -. II. Tonga.■. at Hilishorri,
wit Hi n six months from th« «late of this
RKP.ECC \ A. G A R R E T T .
Hillsboro, Novi 13th. 1*73.
h o m pso n .
Durham & Thompson,
A T TO 1 : X 1 : YS AT-L -1 IE ,
N«>. UK* Fust Street,
P O R T L A N D . ........................ O R E G O N .
A LFR E D
K IN N E Y . M- D „
S u m
T n ' ' ‘ ir n . B
Ob >h 1»i ifn
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N. S T O T T ,
A T T O R N E Y
-v i i t * • 'h i f ‘
V n n j B u ie s . E l i : -
I 'l l lit ft /’s’ « t
*’ i / í ■* r* s** i / * it • * i J
E s t-r i* .
S - A T - I. A YV,
F R A N K L. STOTT.
A t t o r n f jr-nt-La w ,
<>i: k > . ( I v.
Office in new Court House.
YV. II. S A Y 'L O B . 31. I).,
Physician and Surgeon.
- - - - OREGON
OFFICE -At th«- Drug Store.
RESIDENCE C< >rni rSm* iinl Block si «nth
of the Drug Store.
. I>. BHATTCCK.
S liu t lu c k & K i l l i n ,
ATTORSE YS ASP COTXS ELOliS
AT LAW .
Deknm’s Bnihling, First Street,
PO R T L A N D , OREGON.
THOMAS H. TONGUE.
A lt o r
er - a t - L » w ,
Hilbl xir«>, Washington County, Oregon.
J o l m
o o p e r ,
D E X T I * T A S D A E IU E 1. E It
O L IC IT S T H E P A T R O N A G E O F T IIE
Grove. U »»/*A
Walnut and Pine Street«.
h a ll
urday « veiling, at <> o ’cliK-k.
ini-mbi rs of th«- ( >r«b r in goisl standing are
cordially inviti 1 to attend.
C O R N E L I U S L O D G E , I. O. O. F.
M E E T IN G S EV ER Y T U E S D A Y
exetiillg at « V, o ’clock ill ()«1«1
;#f>«> v Fi Hows Hall. M« lnhers of till*
Order in good standing ar«- nvitol to at-
t«n«l. By ordi r of
HOLBROOK LODGE NO. ;«),
A. F. «St A. M.
s h o u ld seek to
F O R E S T G R O V E . O R E G O N . Meet*
Saturday before the Full Moon in
Brethren in goo«)
standing are invited to attend.
Ths Famine in Iowa.
YYc have bri* tly mentioned the
destitution \\hi«*h prevails in the
north -western «•■»unties of lowa. , A
correspondent of the Des YInines.
Iowa, li’ft/ish r, of Nr •vember 17th,
giv« * the following particulars:
1 h;ave just Itad :i 1.mg interri«w
with :i former soldier comrtid«*, imw
n bo: ile.steadiT 111 Os «•cola countv,
i tloin him h ¡u n -i mieti.n>g co i-
leinit ig the pie s« ir am1 future wauts
• >, t ile hundri is of g ‘io.1 _pe»*plo
mairi: ig them- «•Res 1,i' n.es in tli.it
A tte s t :
County Juriye. and n>i lit i’ mi!!: ri e, A t wtil he re-
W . D . P lT T F S o F R .
mend >ere.J tiiat in 1ST 2 good crops
i omití/ l'b i le.
were raised in that seetimi, and tliat
all lit:ul plenty ami to Spili«*. I 11 tli«*
N O T IC E .
Sprinig of 1 S I3 ever v preparatimi
N O T I C E i s H E R E B Y G IV E N T H A T was made for :t great crup of snudi
tl«*- nnih rsigti. il has Im u :t|q»*>int« «1
grain , and it ] •r< »spered exreedingly
by th«* County Court of Washington County.
Ogn., a«li : « in ist ra‘ or of t la « stat* • « if tl' i «rge until about the first («f Jline, w ben
Bul inatiti, «h i'i'as* «!. all«! all ]i«'i's«»ns having the g russln ipju •rs cuna*, timi tiolds of
claims against sui. I «-stati ar«-r« «|U« sti «l to vvaviiiff «'min were* ma«le «h solato
I «r* s* ut t tieni to me at my resili* ii«'«-, fi vi
entirely ruining the crops. A ^reat
ni its north-east of Hillslioro. Washington
County. Ogn., <>r to Thus. II Tongu«'. my many homesteatlers at once left,
attori«« y, at Hillshoro, within six months realizing; the coming of the present
from the «late of this notice.
comlititin of all tit*. But htimlreils
IB »B F R T IM B IB E of families had tmt the means at
H illslioro, N ov. 1.7th, 1*73.
hand to pay the expenses of travel,
and hence were compelled to stav.
N o tic e .
A little corn was saved in some sec
V i m c r . IS H E R E B Y G IV E N T H A T tions, but of very inferior quality.
*1 th«* tnnh tsign« «1 has fil> «I his final
ai'i'onnt as Ailminist ■ ator of th«- Estate of Plenty of hay was made of the la st
Simon < »'Bru ii, «I* « « as« «1, in the County grade, so that stock will at least
Court of th«* State of tlregoti, for Washing have that much for support.
ton ( utility, an«l that th* first Monday in
Nearly every man is poor very
January. 1*71. has h. « n s« t by said Court
and a great majority are ex-
for the hearing thereof.
W. B. CH \ T F IE L D. soldiers of the Union, with huge
families to sttj p irt.
B U SIN ESS CARDS.
grasshoppers took the crops we did
the best we could for the coming
N O T IC E .
winter. YVe went to the lakes and
a barrel of fish, but we di«l
r i l l l n S E W IS H IN G T O A V A IL T H E M -
-M- si lvi'S of tin New Si ait s of - liool hooks not have the means t«i properlv care
at tlu ’ * introiluetory rat s,” «h u h are 33 ' 3 for them, so they spoiled.
cents less than tin y will sell at after the was sacrificed to the land sharks
time mention« «1 below, would <lo well to send
that infest our section, at next to
in tln ir ordars to l>r. Saylor's Drug Store
before the tenth of January next. All orders nothing of a price, and many of ns
lullst be aee Iliqianieil by the eash as the have thus eaten up and worn out the
books are sold on commi -sion.
horses and work cattle that had been
our mainstay. YYc could buy no
fuel, and when I left, twisted hav
and rank reed grass was the onlv
fuel nine-tenths of the people were
r /// Y/t using.
Much sickness prevails,
brought on by a long abstinence
P O R T L A N D . O R EG O N ,
from wholesome food. One family
Affords ndvantagi s for the thorough and I know of has the father down with
praetii al Business Education of young and the rheumatism; three out of
middle-aged men. S« ml for < oil« gi* Paper. children were down with the mcn-
D k F R A N C E k JAMES.
! sles, while the mother was worn down
Corn-meal, grated from
frost-bitten nubbins, was the onlv
F U R N IT U R E ! ! F U R N ITU R E ! !
food in the house, if the sod and
hoard shanty may lie called such.
1Ì. W A L K E R ’S STO R E. PE R S O N S
• wishing anything in this line will do The people bear with each other,
well to call before buying els« wli« re. n3Mf and mutually extend aid as much as
possible. On«* young man from Jns-
jioi tymuty, who happened to I k * a
POST OFFICE HOIKS.
good shot, has valiantly taken upon
Mail going south closes nt H a . m .; Mail himself the task of
going east elosi-s at 1 r. m . Office hours on j invalid families supplied with meat
Sunday from 10;f!0t«> 11 a . m .
ninl wild game, and the day I left,
I'¿ »N o dtsparture fr««ni this rule.
brought some geese and ducks to
N. E. G O O D E L L ,
the family I have mentioned. But
that will soon end with cool weather.
i u7 :ly
FOREST GROVE LODGE, No. 136,
a n d n ation al —w h ic h
tf h i!
You are ln r. hi ’ «' it. Iit 1
to npp. ir in the
C mntv iI’uurt olf ‘ till • s
t*• of On non, for
No. n In-hum s Block,
YV.-odii'm.•ti n emun V. at til.«■ ( \ iiirt 11 -lis*- at
Hilbbor i», in said ( 1»Ullity nini Sr ,t«. mi tin
P O R T L A N D , O R EG O N .
tir-t M- mdiv in 3 11 IEtry, A. 1». 1*74. to
shu-x cause, if anv t! DT» • hi . \vl V till- petition
of S. A. Il'.lcov■ 1». 1,\»(l'Utor of vini Est ut .
playing fur li. ♦ !i — t. > V<11 tin- following
ill's!'VÌI *« J real « it. . 1 ill ./ tl.- west h .If " f
FOREST GROVE LODGE NO. 136,
of tlie Donati •n cl aim i if 11. B. Rom v.
leni ¡in ti* «livili. «1 i>n«*-h:ilf int« rest in tl.
. O. G. T.
• is t h a l f i 'f - a h i 1 >i >1 :.it ii H. d . i ! in . t il l Ut S ' i’ l l
e e t s a t it s h a l l e v e r y s a t
r«.wn, 1. North Rail •' 1. V.i t. in Washing
U K D A Y evening at 6 o'clock. A l ton County. On
sbolliti imt 1-c grant ml.
mend«« rs of the O re r in good staniling ar-
By order of
coriliallv iuvit«1'! t«» uttend.
Titos, fl. Ilt MIIlKFYS,
if i l l s
ending finally in his utter ruin. Let
the following declaration be widely
1. In view of the alarming prev
ail neeaml ill cherts of intemperance,
with which none are *«> familiar as
members «if tin* meilieal profession,
and which have called forth from
voice of warning t<» the people of
Great Britain concerning the use of
alcoholic beverages, we, the under
signed, members of the medical
profession of New York and vicinity,
unite in the declaration that we
In lieve alcohol should be classed
with other powerful drugs ; that
when prescribed medically’, it should
lie with conscientious caution and a
sens«* of grave responsibility.
2. YVe are of the opinion that
the* use of alcoholic liquors as a
1 leverage, is productive of a large
amount of physical disease; that it
entails diseased appetites upon oii-
spring; and that i; is the cause of a
large percentage of tin* dim e and
pauperism of our cities and countrv.
3. YV e would welcome any jndi-
ciotis and effective legislation State
coniine th e traffic in al* o h o ! t<> the
legitimate purpose of medical and
In the matter nf the 1 lit. ,)f Ht-nrv 1».
sciences, art and mechanism.
lb n u •s. d< 11 •s* .1.
IU LFIoH sT«.«rr.
a . ball .
In the County C«u:rf ««f the Slat«* o f Ore
iron, for W ashington C«*nnt» .
FFIt E IN D E K I M S B U IL D IN G .
N. W . corner of F r-f an«l W a -lu n j-
ton Streets. Portland. Ur> , u.
O REG O N,
SA TU R D A Y,
D E C E M B E R 27,
John B. Brady, a
bronze statuette of Ylinerva.
omit the presents of the bri«le and
BOSS TWICE"» AT BLACK WEI.T, s ISLAND groom’s relatives, which were nu
AND Bins tweed ’ s DAUGHTER'S WED- I merous, magnificent, and costly.
1 UNO IN’ TRINITY ClIAPEL TWO YEARS
Such was Boss Tweed in the
A WONDER] 11. FALL FROM A ! height of his power and popularity.
I At that time it seemed as if his grasp
upon the government and treasury
New York was not to be shaken.
On Situnlay last Boss Tweed!
the old man is deserted bv
was consigned to his future home in
A former friend.
the prison at Blackwell’s Island,
there to reside, if the sentence of
the law be carried out. for the term sentence, he was visited by hardly
of twelve years. Y\ ith his head any one outside of the circle of his
shaven, and his beard taken olF, immediate relatives. Never was evil
arrayed in the full striped uniform, fortune better deserved. If Tw eed’s
wearing what is known at the prison case suffices as a solemn warning to
as the “ larceny jacket,” he sits, a 1 other politicians of his class, the
common felon, in a gloomy cell, ab great cilii-s of the country may hope
sorbed in reflections on his withered for better «lavs.
Grains of Gold.
“ Our Girls.”
Dr. Dio Lewis lecture«! about “ Our
YVho has the fewest wants is most
G irls” in Philadelphia recently.
like G od.— [Socrates.
There seemed, he said, to be some
Socrates thought men were gods
thing in the climate of America that
who had not found it out.
produces a higher and rarer type of
Friendship, like iron, is fragile if beauty, more clearly outlined features
hammered too thin. [Saadi.
and expressive eyes than are found
The greater the knowledge the anywhere else in the world. It was
undoubtedly the fact, however, that
greater the doubt. [Goethe.
American women have been degen
He who boasts a multitude of erating in vital energy of late, more
friends hath none. | Aristotle.
particularly within tlie last five years,
Ylodest expression is a beautiful j and have less animal strength and not
setting to the diamond of talent and so good health generally as for
merly. He ascribed this to tlie “ in
tense” life which has generally been
H e that wants money, means and led by women, since the war espe
content, is without three
good cial}’. As a general thing they are
friends. [ Shakespeare.
taller and of what is called “ firmer
Every great man is an antique. ■ forms,” but the majority of them—
The scipionism of Scipio is precisely j Dr. YYarren, of Boston, says that
that jmrt he couhl not borrow. [Em - j five-sixths of them in that city— are
uHlicted with curvature of the spine,
O rs o n .
which, however, is hid by tlie art of
The state of life is most happy !
the dress-maker, and it has been
where superfluities are not required
found that the lungs are small and
and necessaries are not wanted.—
the chest flat. These peculiarities of
I the American women are chiefly due
Lowliness is the base of every vir to their carriage and dress. H e ad
tue; and he who goes the lowest vised that every woman should make
builds the safest. Yly God keepsnll it a mle when in the house to walk
his piety for the proud. [ Festus.
an hour with a weight— say a bag of
Passion makes the best observa beans (laughter) upon her head, and
tions and the most wretched conclu she would thus easily acquire an
sions. It is a telescope whose field erect posture which would throw her
is so much the brighter as it is nar chest forward and give her a graceful
atlituile. He believed that in the
matter of dress women were crazy.
Nothing is rarer than a solitary lie; (Laughter and applause.) They ne
for lies breed like Surinam toads! ! ver could lie healthy while they went
you cannot tell one but out it comes j around with their feet almost unpro
with a hundred voung ones on its tected from the dampearth and under
back. | Washington Allstou.
a big 1 ml loon. He advised woolen
There must be healthful mental covering for the legs and feet, and
action to insure a sound physical eon-1 short dresses except in a ball room
dition, and nothing makes a woman j or on state occasion; and unequivo
grow old so fast as narrow ami sln il-! cally condemned the use of corsets
low thinking, and nothing keeps her which he said should he done away
young and fresh so long as broad and : with entirely, in order that women
deej» mental activity. YVe seek afar i might have the form and appearance
for the fountain of youth while it which G od originally intended they
waits to spring within us. [Anna. should have.
power and prosperity, and, perhaps, f
Names of States.
too late repenting the career o f !
which has brought upon
him liis ignoble fate. In striking, SOURCES FROM WHICH THE SoMKNCLA*-
Tl'RE IS DERIVED.
contrast with this picture is the one
which was presented f«»r public re
There is much that is interesting
flection by the Boss, which occurred
the study of the origin of the
two years ago last May. “ The
of the States of the Union,
Ylost Gorgeous Nuptials Kv< r YYit-
nessi'd.” A brief description of the ! as they are derived from a variety of
glories of the grand occasion will sources. To begin in geographical
not be out of place here.
YYc glean order, we first have,
Ylaine, which takes its name from
the facts from the report ot the
province «if Ylaine, in France,
New York Sun on the day following
was so called in compliment to
to wedding, two columns in length:
of Charles I, Henrietta,
The affair came off at Trinity
Chapel, in West Twenty-tifth street,
New Hampshire— first calle«l L a
the* most fashionable quarter of the
from Hampshire, England.
city. The church was erowiled to
Y’ermont, from the Green Mount
repletion. The street outside was
(in French, r»*/v/e inontr.)
fairly blocked with carriages, and on
from the Indian
each side of the canopy leading
“ the country
from the street to the church door a ,
about the great hill.’’
large cnVwd had gathered, vi iulcring
Rhode Island gets its name from
the sidew alk impassible. The groom
the fancied resemblance of the Is
was Ambros Maginus, presumably a
member of the ubiquitous family. land to that of Rhodes in the Levant.
Connecticut’s name was Yloliegan,
The description of the bride’s appa
originally, “ Quiui-eh-ta-cut,”
rel is too lengthy to produce here in
signifying, “ A long river.”
full. She wore a white corded silk
New York was so named as a com
with immense court train.
tn the Duke of York, whose
nii/niUn lace decorated in profusion.
brother, Charles II, 'ceded him that
On her bosom Hashed a brooch of
immense «bamoinls, and long pen
New Jersey was named by one of
dants, set for three large solitaire
The faith in lesson-books and read
its original proprietors, Sir George
diamonds, sparkling in her cars.
ing is one of the superstitions of the
After the eeiemony all the invited Carteret, after the Island Jersey, in age. Even as appliances of intellect-1
YY'e wondered in our youthful days
guests eniero«l their carriages to the the British Channel, of which he ual culture, books are greatly over-! how some men could subsist with so
music of sc lections from the /*/•*»/*/<*•/»*, j was Governor.
Something gathered little sleep. YY'e knew bakers wLo
Pennsylvania, a s
and .were driven up to the residence
from printed pages is supposed to « rose every morning at 4 a . m . , not
of tin* bride’s father, on the corner known, takes its name from William enter into a course of education; b u t ,! withstanding tlicv went to bed at 11
of Fifth avenue and Forty-third Pen n ,th e“ sylvania” meaning woods. if gathered bv the observation of life p. m ., ami had thus only five hours'
Delaware derives its name from
The whole avenue
and nature, is not thus supposed tol sleep out of twenty-four. Later we
thronged with liveried turnouts. A Thomas YYest, Lord Je la YY’are, enter. Reading is seeing by proxy j liotieeil that many men slept only six
Blue and white awning extended Governor of Virginia.
— is learning indirectly through hours, and that this amount of sleep
Ylarylaud receives its name from
from the hall door t«i the curb, and
another man’s faculties, instead of was fully sufficient for plowmen and
a wide Brussels carpet covered the the Queen of Charles I, Henrietta directly through one’s own faculties, , brick-lavers, or other men who had
pathway beneath it. The house, Ylaria.
and such is the prevaling fe is that no exhaustion but that produced by
Virginia gets its name from Queen
from basement to roof, was one
the indirect is thought to be p refer-! manual lalior. and that tlie sooner he
blaze of light. The fountain at the Elizabeth, the unmarried or Virgin able to tho direct learning, a n d ; took it after his labor was over tho
side played merrily in the twilight, Queen.
usurps the name of cultivation. . 1 letter it was for him. But we found
The Carol inas were named in
and the tlowi rs in the garden diffuse
also that for men whose labor is
a delicate perfume on the night air. honor of Charles 1.
mental, the stress of the work is on
An immense crowd blocked up both honor of Charles II.
Bits of hun
the brain and nervous system, and
Florida gets its name from Jnqties
sides of the awning, for the purpose
that for him who is tired in the even
of catching a glimpse «>f tin* guests «le Flores, or “ Feast of Flowers.”
Net profits— A fisherman's.
ing with a day of mental application,
Alabama comes from a Greek word
passing in, and it was with «bfficulty
Pressed for time— Egyptian mum neither earlv to bed nor early to rise
that a strong force of policemen signifying, “ the l;uWiL"f rest.”
He needs letting
«•oaid keep them in order. Inside, i Louisiana — named in honor of
Jones says hot muffins suit him to i
the i iiiiji ri n il was simnlv gorgeous. , Louis \ | Y.
Ylississippi derives its name from a tea.
From roof to hall-wav the interior
A wag said to an egotistical w riter,;
of tlie 1 louse was one mass «it flow- : that of the great river which is, in
ment to l»ed, the better his chance of
i . *
“ all from my own place at i the Natchez tongue, “ The Father of “ Somebody should take pity on his sleep and refreshment. To him an
readers ami put out his I ’s.
( i rerunieh. ’ said Ylr. Tweed to the the W aters.”
hour’s sleep after midnight is prob
Human natur iz like cow natur,
Sun reporter in accents of honest
ably as good ns two hours before it,
I l h*. All the more prominent poli dian word Kansas. “ Smokv W ater,” liev known them both tew giv a good and even then Lis sleep will not so
ticians and their wives were there. | with the French prefix of “ ark,” a mess ov milk, and then kick it over. * completely and quickly restore him
A few of the ladies and their dresses j “ bow.”
Too True— The man is awfully nr- as it will liis neighbor who is physic
Tennessee is an Indian name, hnne to his wife before strangers is
are worth mentioning, for the names
ally tired. He must not only g o to
of their lnisl ands are still promi meaning “ The river with the big generally also “ /e*r h<u> •’’ behind their bed later, but lie longer. His best
nent, some of them as deservedly i bend.”
sleep prol»ablylies in the earlier morn
YIrs. M. 1.
Cost of whipping one’s wife in ing hours when all the nervous ex
Brennan was there, the wife of the , tuck-ee,” signifying, “ At the head YlountCarmel. Ill.,£.~>(i;do, in Prince citement has passeil away and he is
man who. as Sheriff, took the Boss of the river.”
ton, $!> SO— differenc in cost of living in absolute rest. The fact is, as life
Ohio Shawnee name for “ Beau
over to B lackw ells on Saturday.
becomes concentrated and its pur
in favor of Princeton, $41» 20.
Also. Mrs. .Judge Spencer, in blue tiful river.”
YYhon you see a liare-headed man suits more eager, short sleep and ear
Ylichigan's name was derived from
silk, with rm-hed white Suisse over-I
a cow through the front ly rising become impossible. YVe
skirt, coral ornaments; Mrs. Di«*k the lake, the Indian name for a fish-
gate, and filling the air with garden take more sleep than our ancestors—
Connolly, (nllos “ Slippery D ick,") weir or trap, which the shape of the
implements and pmfanity, you may \ we take more because we want more;
in white silk, tigured with black lace lake suggested.
and men whose occupation is mainly
Indiana’s name is derived from know his cabbage plants have been brain-work shouJil be careful to se
shawl ornaments; YIrs. Henry Smith,
| set out.
(another King man) in white silk, that of the Indians.
cure a sufficient time of rest, longer
An Irishman applying fora license
Illinois' name is derived from the
trimmed with deep black lace, black
in proportion as their lalior is more
lace boddice and diamonds; YIrs. Indian word, “ Illin ,” men, and the to sell whiskey, was nsked by the intense, and also longer when they
(the King plas French nflix, “ ois,*’ making it, Judge if he ha«l a good moral char grow older, as the natural wants of
“ Faith, yer honor, I don’t
terer) in blue silk, and many others. “ Tribes of YIen.”
the system will indicate.— Mnnufac-
of a good moral
YY’isconsin’s name is said to be the
An extended bridal trip to Europe
h irer and It odd
Such a Indian f<»r a wild, rushing channel. characther to sell whisky.”
Y’ anity of Y’ amtif . s . — In the reg
Ylissouri is also an Indian name
“ So yer mother’s dead is sin*?’’ in-
wealth of bridal gifts was never lie-
fore seen at a Metropolitan wedding. for nmddv, having reference to the quired a bootblack in Detroit, of a ister «if guests on thc_Flogere, over
solemn-faced lad, who returned with looking tho YIer «le Glace, at Cham-
They represented over half a million uiuihliness of tin* Ylissouri river.
his kit after two-day’s absence. “ Yes, ounix, a visitor had written in Latin
dollars mi value, and it is pretty safe
she is,” sai«l the mourner, straight ami Greek the text, “ Vanity of vani
to say that three-fourths of their pur
ening up: “ And dad did the lair ties, all is vanity.” Another visitor
chase money was stolen from the
thing bv her— seven more hacks than a«lde«l this postcript:
tax-payers of New YOlk. Laces,
Lnril! how «lisonstino *ti*» to s«*©
O ’Gr.uly had the other day.
Iowa signifies, in the Indian lan
tunpioises, pearls, diamonds, gold,
Sinn«* cail from collt-oe just set free
A Rutland youth, who “ sloped” Airing tlie little bit of Greek
silver, and everything else of value guage, “ The drowsy ones,” ami
his board bill, sent this exasperating Or Latin lie lias learned to s|«e:ik;
reposed in satin or velvet <>n every Ylinnesota “ The cloudy waters.”
The origin of the name of Cali billet to his defrauded landlady; The truth of xvlmt ho qnot«*s is clear,
side, vicing with each other in brill
“ please «lo not worry about me. His vanity is patent hi re.
iancy and beauty. Looking over fornia is unknown.
Tin* crests of everlasting hills.
The name of Oregon comes from Again I enjoy the comfortsof a home.
the list of givers, we find the follow
I’ll«* snow-capped pi uks, the m ttrmuring rills,
ing names; Hon. Charles E. Low , “ Oregano,” the name of a plant Yly present iiashmaker improves on The pine-clad steeps, the emerald vale,
Tell to his heart no wondrous tale.
a complete set of pearls, valued at which is found in that State.
The only impress of this scene
00; Peter B. Sweeney, an enameled
Gov. Fenner, absenting himself Upon his vanity serene
bracelet set with diamonds; Harry
from church, on fast day, was told Prompts him t*> leave the Mi-r «le Glace
( «enet, (now about to be tried for have inaugurated measures to endeav by Dr. YVayland that he did not obey The malediction of an uss.
August 15, 1873.
King forgeries), a diamond cross, or to secure a national temperance his proclamation. “ Yes, I do, he
composed <»t eleven large diamonds; legislation. The first great need is replied, “ I tell the people to meet
R ay I t S hort . — The strongest ex
Superintendent Kelso, a magnificent to secure thorough and reliable sta in their usual places of worship.
is generally the bfiefestand
silver ice howl; Henry Smith,a $700 tistical information concerning the Ylinc is at home.— Il>ntlnn Advert
best. Take the old ballads of any
pair of armlets; YIrs. Dick ('onnollv, results of the liquor traffic in connec
A P fpi ’Y A nsw ered .- Several con people and few atljectives will be
a silver ice-dish lined with gold;
Tho singer says:
Shcrill Brennan, a silver centre dish the public health and so forth, and ceited young men were assembled on found.
the street corner, when a poor Dutch laughed; she wept.” Perhaps the
and spoons; James Eisk, ,Tr., a sil-
\<r ice-dish; Ylr. and Mrs. L. I ngcr- islation in Ylaine and Ylassaehusetts. man approached. One of them^aid poet of a more advanced age might
to his companions:
say: “ He laughed in scorn; she
*"11. 11 beautiful silver bomjuet- Petitions have boon prepared, asking
away anil shed tears of disap-
h'llder; Senator Morgan, a gold
But now-a-days the
«•alue necklace; Ylr. and YIrs. Kayser,
writer must pro
(the King plumber, we beli«*v«*) a
this: “ A hard,
gold necklace with diamond cross; and report a«*<*or«lingly. 1 here should
fiendish laugh, scornful and pitiless,
I on 1 1 ield.anetruscan gold neek-lacc; I k * hundreds of thousands of signa
“ Kaiser, don't you want to buy a forced its passage from his throat,
YI rs. Judge Barnard, agohl necklace, tures presented to ( ’«ingress hearing
through the lips that curled in mock
with elegant gold pearls; Thurlow this request. Blank forms can be dog?”
ery at her appeal; she covered her
YYeed, a silver sugar bowl; Ylr. and
despairing face, and a gust and
YIrs. A. *T. Garvev, (the Bing plas
whirl-wind of sorrowing agony burst
terer) silver coffee urn, salver, and
forth in her iri'esistiblc tears.
goblets; Jay Gould, a set of silver