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' A men ba no mora right to y
a uucivil thing ibtn t set one; no
rigb to I V mdo thing to
toother thtn to knock him down.
"WTMther young or oW, , think it
cUhtf too aoon nor too Into to tarn
t ls lonreo of yoar put life and
onaidar 'what jot would do if what
- jo hart don wara to bo dooa or
. , Tbo aUrar hairs, tha furrowed
Wtfwand tha tottering atepa noat
, mil aooio ara wa foil raaliaa tha tm-
walcoma truth that in all our
oboaaaa and proepeota of enjoy
sweat, ; distance alone baa lent en-
, ' chaniaMBt to tha view, and that
ander tha fairest pleaaarea there
; ksve always larked insidnoua
The Wkeat Ostlook. "
The New York correspondent of
the Minora polis Miller, under date
ef Jane 27th, wrote: The price of
No. 2 red winter at New Terk haa
declined Ii eta, since Monday.
when it torched f 1.02. No. 2
mixed corn haa gone off at i ct.
closing laat night at 531 eta. And
thia in the face of renewed reports
oi ft neary anertkgo in the next
harvest of wheat and the email vis-
lbleanppliea of corn.
It u announced that Waahineten
Territory and Oregon will produce
1Z.UUU.WU bushels more wheat than
t it . ..
naa oeen creaitea to tfiem in Dre-
Tioualy puUiahed reports and esti
mates. A. prominent official c f the
exchange, looking at the Milwau
kee expert' total ef 331,000,000
bushels, noddod his head briskly
and aaid, "those figures are undoubt
edly large enough." I asked him
what he thought of toe report from
tbe north Jfacibe coast about an in
crease of 12.000.000 bushels, and
ith some spirit be exclaimed
Exaggerated; exaggerated!" An
other member of the board aaid to
me: "Notwithstanding the strong
statistical position of wheat, there
ia evidently an organized bear
: Duty ia tha end aod aim of the
, highest life; the truest pleasure of
all that ia derived from the oon
acionsnets of ita fulfillment. Of all
J others it is the one that ia most clique which isengagd in hammer-
v ..f:.r-;n .J .1- !-.. Pn? P" with some effect. The
j o --:
' accompanied by regret and disap-
, ointment. In the words of a wise
man, tha consciousness of duty per
farmed "gives us music at mid
visible supply is large, it is true
but it is declining. Stocks abroad
are small. Enuland has vet
pass through the critical period of
harvesting. J. he weather, there has
beon of low average temperature.
Old Sol generally keeps the aver
age of one whole Ri-ftRnn nrpt.tv near.
The self-indulgent man thinks to ly ..anal to that of another, which
secure the gratification of appetite! points to the probability of a hot,
rithoot paying its price. For a
time ha may eojoy sensual pleas
ures, but by degrees his course of
life brings forth its natural fruits.
His vitality is sapped, bis self-re
apect la gone, bis very power of en
jovmeru is eimimsned, and be is,
perchance, the victim of disease, or
poverty, or self-reproach
scorching sun between the present
time ana tne cicse ot harvesting in
England. With showers inter
persed this will greatly curtail the
yield, lhere is, I tell you, almost
every reason for believing in quite
a short English wheat crop. Our
turn will come soon, and the de
mand for American wheat from
abroad with it. Then look out."
It is the part of an indiscreet and
troublesome ambition to care too
much about fame, about what the
world says of lis; to be always look
. m M a - . m
ing into tuo laces ot others lor ap
proval; to bo always anxious for
tha affect of what we do and say; to
be alwaya shouting to hear the ef
fect of our own voices. If you
look about you you will sea men
who are wearing life away in a fe
verish anxiety fur fame, an 1" the
laat we shall ever hear of them will
-be the funeral bell that tolls them
into their early graves.
One of the secrets of doing well
in the world is pride. We do not
mean that offensive quality which
so often' displays itself to the dis
comfort of people in general. Pride
is a good thing when well handled,
and the pride we refer to ia that of
doing even the smallest duties in
the lest possible manner. "He
that is faithful in little will be
faithful also in much," is a very old
idea, but it seems to be as often
forgotten, as if it were one of the
fresh jokes of the day, which are
laughed at and dismissed from mem
ory. Pride in good work is the se
cret of mechanical success. It is
the foundation of literary fame as
wen. Xaleot will do much for
Bardctte's rbbuf -
I landed hit first pickerel the
first evening we were on Lake
Minnetonka. I ara not a skillful
fisherman. I told the boys that I
could do a little plain fishing, but I
didn't want to be sat down for any
thing with any kind of fluting, em
broidery, knife-plaiting, or anything
of that kind about it I fished from
the shore, by the aide of a veteran
fisher, Mr. A. K Dunlap of Titua-
villa. He knows every fish in the
lake by Bam, fie can tell by the
movement of the line what kind of
fish ia at your book. Bomethins
ran away with my Una.
It's a pickerel, shouted U-.
Dunlap with intense excitement.
A big fellow, take out vour lines.
hd yelled to the rest of them. "Give
him plenty of room! Play him! he
shrieked at me. "Let him run
Keep yeur line taut! Don't give
him an inch of alack! Look out!
Don't let him do that again! Let
bin run! plow brine him thu
Look out! Don't let him do that
By this time I was so excited
was on the point cf throwing down
the pole and rushing out into the
lake, intending to run the fish down
and kick him to death. I screamed
to Mr. Dunlap, "You can take the
pole and land him I never can."
He refused. Ho turned and
hurled his own pole, lance fashion
into the woods.
"Here!"he8houted, rushing down
the bank about twenty feet belew
me, stooping down and spread m
out his arms. "Here1 Now! Brin
him in here thrmioh the rIicib! water!
I'll gel- biui! Careful, now! Careful
Steady! Ah !"
And nip, flip, I had him on th
Hhore. He was a beauty. A littl
euntish, about 31 inches long.
It wa3 a long time beiore we said
anything. Mr. Dunlap climbed a
big birch-tree in the top of which
his pole had lodged, and we resumed
our fishing. Presently Charley
Armknecht coughed, and I said,
"How funny the frogs sound over
in the marsh."
And then we laughed a long time
at the frogs. A long, long time
and very hearty. They were very
But Mr. Dunlap fished on very
silently, and by ar.d by he said the
fish wont bite when there was so
much noise. So we held our hush
and the fish bit. But they didn't
bite any of us very badly.
a secret aid to beauty.
Many a lady owes her fresh
ness to it, who would rather
not tell, and you can't tell r
New Styles. New Prices.
vounar Deonle. but nnde will rln
' " " . ' r . .
A iwnman cW. h hn.h.nrf more- - ABere people that
i ii i e i f seeui to think their work is only to
In all things la at leaat graceful and be eotten ovef with b Loot or
pleasing; but a man "under his crook. Theie are the ones who re-
rifa'i thumb" ia one' of the most cruit the ranks of the unsuccessful.
ontemntibla anectatfett in MiVn. loey g to swell tbe crowds of id-
r I J I IPL.! ,i 5
It would ba better fof any Woman "."u , Br" r P"" "
'. . ... I exercised in evading work. A pro-
Avaea aMlmM I . . . "...
.w, .v.wu per prKje W1i not 8iTht the hum.
4o bar her
by a sensible man than to be tha
wife of a msan aouled, little crea
ture, subservient to her will.
Should aha contrive to rule her hus
band, to ba the better of tbe two
openly and in tha estimation of all
observers, aha would only bring
contempt upon htm without win
ning any sensible person's rspect
TeHodct by Half.
'Your beau seems very bash
ful, said a St. Paul mamma to her
Bashful!" e.hoed the daughter:
ba8htuls nu name im it."
"Why don't ym emoui-agc him
a little morel borne men have to
be taught bow to do their courting.
ties a good catch."
V i J ft .. . I -w.i.6o anui. ruu lucunusu
rvo are ioou oi presenting to ter. .Ue c,n.t uke the m(J8t ,
hie hint. Why, only last night,
when 1 sat all alone on the sofa,
and he perched up in a chair as far
away as he could . get, I asked him
if he didn't think it strange that a
man's arm and a woman's waist
their children largo ideas, of en
couraging them to high endeavors,
of putting before them fine models;
and this ia right. But they are
less solicitous to inculcate habita of
faithful and accurate performance I seem always to be the same length,
ia every particular of life. This n what you think he did?"
can ba done without overburdening
their young minds or overtaxing
their tender powers. It is far bet
ter to limit demands npon them to
a very few, carefully showing them
bow to fulfil them in the best and
most orderly way, and insisting on
promptitude and accuracy in each
Why just what any sensible
man would have done tried it."
"He asked me if I could find a
piece of string, so we could measure
and see if it was so. Ain't he hwr-ridr
"Sen here," said a citizen of St.
Louis to the proprietor of a book-
Store, "you'll have to take the book
particular, than to crowd upon them back. I asked you to give me a
numerous vsgue commands and
general directions which we cannot
and ought not expect them fo ob
serve with any degree of thorough-
Bess or exactness. Let them be
well grounded in one study rather
than have a smattering of ten. Let
volume of poetry tj put on the far
lor table, but every word in this
book is straight prose."
'Why, man, that was written by
'I don t care who writ it, it s
prose; I ve looked it all through.
For instance, here's a specimen
'A Day In the Wood."
It is a glad picnic party. The
Sunday-school has gone out into the
fox est. The dark object in tbe
heavens, 800 miles wide and 2,000
miles long, is a cloud. It got to the
woods about as soon ?s the picnic,
and it is there yet.
Under the great oak you can see
the dinner. The large waterp-oof
mound in the middle of the table,
sulienly Jaughing at the storm, is a
fruit-cake, lhe teacher ot the in
fant class made it herself for the
little ones. But the storm saved
them. See, the lightning struck
the cake.. It will never strike any
thing else. There stands the cake,
without a dent; and under the ta
ble, shattered and blighted, lies the
Under the cedar tree is a dying
dog. He got in the way, and the
Superintendent felled him to the
earth with one blow of a biscuit.
The tall figure in the ghostly dra
pery of a waler-soaked linen duster,
letdinz the way to tbe cars, is the
teacher ef the Young Ladies' Bible i
Class. His influence with that
class is gone forever. The young
ladies will never be able to look at
him agm without thinking how he
looked on this occasion.
Uf in the hickory-tree you see a
grief stricken fs.ee peering down.
It is the Superintendent. He
climbed up there to fix the swing,
and before they could throw him a
rope the storm came up, and tue
picnic adjourned sine die and sino
mors. And he is waiting for tbe
last straggler to disappear before he
comes down. He has officiated at
Sunday-school picnics otten enough
to know better than to slide down
a sheli.bark hickory before an aud
Xbe roan with the umbrella un
der his arm is the Treasurer. He
is getting drenched, but he does
not raise his umbrella. He knows
there is a name painted on the ia
side of it, but for the life of him he
cannot remember whose name it in.
He is watching his chance to give
the umbrella to a stranger.
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-IMMENSK STOCK OF-
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Of Portland, Oregon. p
Incorporated March 15, 18S3.) ,
CAPITAL STOCK - - tlOO.OOO.
E. 1IJR1SS ... . ProsMcnt
A. I. - - - Secretary
- - . . Treasurer
Manager Slanaf 'g Dept., Chicago
E. I3a7RAN$, A. P. VKNEX,
JOHN WSilTE, G. Y. W1NSELL,
H. J. DeTRAXD."
EFFlftGER & BOURNE, Attorneys.
Notice for Publication.
X.AND Office at La Grand, Oregon
June 20, 1885.
. Notice is hereby given that the following
named settler has filed notice of his intention to
make final proof in support of his claim,and that
said proof will be made before the County Jnde
of Umatilla County, Oregon, at Pendleton, Ore
gon, OU August 8, 1B33, viz:
Leonard II. Wright,
Hd. 3119, for tho east ha'f of the southwest
quarter and the northwest quarter of the south
east quarter and fractional west half ot the north
east quarter of section 17, township 6 north,
ranze 3d E, W. M.
He names the following witnesses to prove his
continuous residence upon, and cultivation of,
said land, viz:
gam Houn, Thomas J. Evans. Thomas Burgess
anOE-rvin soutn, an oi mi ton, Oregon.
S. U. SWAUHHAHHl,
thtm Itarn DOW to. dO One thing use softest musio to atUndin' ea.s!'
wsll--methodically and completely Do you call that poetry, rhyuiin'
ears with niguti You can take it
back. I don't want it."
rather than twenty in a dsultory
and (eeble faahion.
Accurate fitting of the parti of a
mac bine ie not all that is needed.
Oil is required. Our life functions
bring us together, our movements
and doings working together.
Something is needed to make all
work smoothlr . together. Good
manners, courtesy, pleasant beha
vior, is this oil which is needed.
Same say, what hare we to do with
gond manners between master and
werkmanl Every rjreaking bearing
in the social machine means loss of
power.'-All heating ad friction
must be voided. "Fair words but
ter no parsnips' is an - old adage.
Cut they do much hi a house of
- basinets where the clerks are atten
live and obliging. Customers will
be- more Ukalj to ceue. So in all
things. The tacaltr of mastership ;t,oa
1 i w-v..: rvi r , "I bear j
ja iiuoij V.UN1IU1, XUO IBan OH
committee whe is courteous is worth
)tW who are net. Courteous man
jmcsV tnd fairJsTC-rds, if they do not
put ravney into tbe pocket, sweet-
The balance sheet of the United
Estates tor tne past fiscal year is
unique among Nations. In a time
of universal depression in busiuess,
the United Stales. was able, not
simply to make both ends mee
bat tu pity its creditors sixty-eight
million dollars out of its surplus
revenues. This exhibit- is in start
ling contrast to that of every gov
eminent in the family of Nations.
Even such a rich and wisely man
aged country as Ureat .Britain is
considering tbe expediency of in
c retains its debt to defray current
. . There was an empty box in front of a
house ou Catheriue street the other
day, and a parcel-boy stopped and picked
up a club and begau to beat on the box.
The noise soon roused a resident, who
leaned over his itate and inquired:
"Boy, vhas dot you?"
"Of course it's me."
"Vhat oljectyou hat in soech pound
logs!" "To make a noise."
"Oh ah! Vhell, go aheadt. I tink
maype your object vhas to disturb me."
K. E. KHITU
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cuase a M'lano or Pria ot tais ejomaany on tne lastail
mem man &na suonia uc comoeuea, from any cause
whatever, to return the iastru:titu$, after haying paid a
part on it, yon can io so mia not lose one dollar you nave
paiu. f ine inapci vrgans om to enurcnes on $10
mommy payments, wmcn woam oe only ten cents per
month lor eacn memer oi tne tjitarcn or abatn3ehool
, The celebrated HUB A SO PIANOS have been in use throughout
the States tar over twenty years, and are first-class in every particular.
; We give a warrantee with every instrument, that runs five years from
i date ot sals, and we are right here to nvxke it good. We have taci ities
j for repairing Pianos and Organs at our sheps in the city of Portland
and all wori warranted.
i Our Music Hall and Warerooms are on First street, No. 329. Take theFirst street cars and ride
to the corner of Clay street. Thoje who cannjt call us can write for particulars and catalogue of
our instruments. Address - -
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Tcrsons who- suffer from Indis-esllen
ran nrres-t the progress of that painful
ualndy by tho use of nn nf ter-dinner
pill, to composed tksit it will pive tone
.otuc stomacn, prevent nonriuum, reus:
.he liver to healthful action, invigorate
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rV.".EK's Pills rvo so compounded that
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There is Hardly a sickness they will not
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upon womanhood, and to women whose
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Aver's Tills, in moderate doses. Kierelv
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Perfection at Last,
Soon after tha. late Gn Kil pat-
rick- was appointed minister to
Chili, he was met by an old dj
who had known him from child
hood, and to whom the gslUnt gen
eral's Urire way of stating things
had sometimes seemed like eiac-
Wall, Jod," she said.
yon hrre been called to the
ministry. Glad to hear it. You II
make a real good preacher; bat,
solemnly Jud, yon must stop your
Tha best system of hoakkefriBa'
Applicant to the landlady "I am
willing to pay a good price, madam,
but I am very particular about my food.
I ara under the doctor's care constantly,
Landlady '"Oh, I am sure you will be
pleased with my table if that i the case,
ir. My boarder all hare dyspepsia."
' Little girl on a visit 'o St. Louis "O
mamma, I think this must be heaven."
"Doyou, Pet? Why!" "Don't you see,
mamma, all the ladies and gentleman in
the room have- wioga; but they are ou
the sides of their beads instead of en
their backs." "Hash, darliag, those are
Little Arthur Seggers fell from the
roof of a five-story building in New
York, on Batanlay, Jane 27lh. He
broke no bones and it is thought will
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Patent' Office and be-far the Courts
promptly and carefully attended to.
Upon receipt of model or sketch of
invention, I make careful examination
and advise as to patentability FREE OF
tees moderate, .and I make NO
CHARGE UNLESS PATENT IS SECURED.
Information,' advice a.id Epeciul referen
ces sent on application, -
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