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OREGON CITY, OREGON, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1873.
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a i i:ioai.rric i-avkr.
Businessman, the Farmer
And the FAglU'Y CIItC.E.
0 HSCKD EVKIIY VItU AY FY
Eurron A.vi rur.i.istiEi:.
OFF1C F n lr.Tlic-'n-V I'.riok Iluildiiu:
TERMS of SUI3S( RIPTIOX:
Rile Copy otte year. Ji advance, 52 ..0
tt::ims of m'F1i tisf(; :
Transient .t.lvrtw-mc!.t. lm-ii:Vinjrll
Fjr e I'-'n sui.-cnietit insertion.
Onei' jl"'11''. ""' 'iar
Hlf " '
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i.) i n icr '
Btsiness far, l siyuir.- .nr j, -
SuVtrWV, , ..' "''" ' -'''.
BOOK ?.xi Jon l'H.'.XTI.XO.
KS-i'h-i Kut-rprise offl'to i supplied with
be Ufa I. approved -tyl.-s of ype. aid mod
ern M V Oil IN'!'. I'l.KSSF.. which will enable
tlie Pi opt .et-.t t . .! -J l liin:liti at all tunes
AW, 'j"; ',v -''"":'
r g W..rK solicited.
A'l Si io'o 'ri.'M'i--.'iMi " Srri ,f.vs.
H. W ATK INS, M. D ,
O SoltCKON. F..::n.M. Our.; n.
OFFJ'' -it l Fellows" Tetmde. ciiriier
Fir-it.uid lder -! ri'fts- Ite-idi-iae coiner of
M On a il l Scv.-iit.il sticcts.
t-T r ttTfi-f:fi'Ti
vj . i . t.t' .-..
K'l..il.i:-!i -.1 V.n.-i- !i'..nt t!u- o:.! stand.
u An -i ir:::i.'ilt ! . . .1 1 : i.es . . m
f --s ' !;- a!i !' whi'.-li art war; :nu-!
. U-ia '-i li- !: M'l sail! I IKillVf
; i-il.f.il f.-r !atf;;vM.
j.Mrr:i:i ai mills.
Savior, Lacn-ic & Co.,
on .'.'f.'.v r;rr.
t-s.'Iorn - .instantly mi i I'l s :'le
M Uiia-J-. l-iv.ii :iuA .'l:i-U"!! ' - i-.i i'. i'it j
jai-c'i tvd iaut 1'iu r.i-ih tl-c a k.f.
OFFIGK -hi OJ 1 Fvli-.iv.-' To-..l-., r rii..-r
of Fir-t an.i AKlvr Str.- t, !'.r;I.u:d.
T if rxti-ojia.' of t;:. r i i-i j rior
o pr it : r ir' n i
r : .u i O j .
i ! : . i s o x
ijj fo-- ta. .. i-i.t!. s-J . ir--..-t;.;:; . ! I.-,-: ..
1 1 1 i ;i.t'i te -t i '! t '. i i I ha:. ". !. t- l i s-t ,
Hi I at c'.r l" iir
WiM li in Oro.-n CM-. o:i Sarr:: J a vs.
cj. r? r;r r? 7-- P-r:r?p
i. j. a .
toiix y. irArox,
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I ioiorttr an J iH'a'cr in "
c cir crr "c-sl
STATio.N'Kiiy. rr:!.i r.MKiiV. Ar., a
0 Orrqon City, Oregon.
At Charm i'!,- ll'urii-r's o:d ! .1 ' ., 7.'. :y .
1 1' tf
pS. HCI'.L IT.
i? r. ti'.itti'fN'.
t: i fc-i ft It
AA.v-.-r,..-. 5 O'.V
iW D !l llu i i U I J
okfic:: eti vitM in s r.i:-e:, m:n st:;i kt,
OUr.d'-IN C1TV,() II'.COX.
CM.rdi a, is;n:;f
Formerly Sar,'e: .. the Ilea. 11. 1.. Co.
3't r:irs Ki jM-fU-KCf.
PEACTl"tNi: rilVf-lCIAN" AND SIT.?: I'.' N,
?!..!: Stri-rf. rn-'r.u ( i'y.
To h n 3 o ?j a i r. c c o v 11
ATT&M:YS AM) IK! NSn.OlIS AT-I.tW
0REG3N CITY, OIIEC-OIT.
WILL J1 ii A CT I .'M-' IX ALL THK COFLTS
of the St it.
;..-'"S;eci i! atteitlon srive-i t- vases in tl
U.S. I and O.'.i " at t'n-.MH City.
April .",'. s7-.-.tf
4 m Ms fit it . s v v..' i
7r" - if "y-T" t ?
flji, U id .jm. . i-U J j! t .
Office I a the Test efiu-e Il.-.ddinjr.
iri;i, TKVHIil'.S. CLAf'lx AM A COl X-
TV O'iHF.iiO'. a:,d OUFCMN I iTV
OiHMoiS TlOl'-llil AXHSOI.H.
I.na-.s I,.. r :..-.!. 1. C--I!e thois u!--n h-d .
and a Ceu'al Ilrokeia-e -nsbiess earned
t i,-. "
snviN yiNcrrr? & co.
No. O.." Saxsome Sri-.r.tiT, San Frar.cis.-e.
n-WF. TH!-! FLFASn:!: OF AXN'OI'X''
t- the pub'i". th t' ivir-x raised
such iiti-netwe oa.u ti'ie ef Seed t'-is y.-ar,
in their F .nntat-i l;:.. a , Gardens. Alameda.
tV-v ars enahl-.-.t t . :nitko a redii. th-n of i
nor cent, on U-t vt-ars prices. '! bev have on
hvnd a lar-e A-s.-irtm.-m of Fall.-s. Ch;ver,
1'afiarr, IL-ri:-. a--t . M u: j . ,,r v.. il.f-
Rtt 1 Flower S. e t. c.f i-verv k'..-wn d'-srrip
tton. Also. Cuhh:tee ,,id-llts of evorv dt.s.
NOTARY rur.Mr.KNTKKI-RlSL OFFICE
t Cre-?ju C.'-y, Ja i 13. tf
Prospectus lbrJi-S Sitli Year!
AX II.LCSTttATKI) MONTHLY J')!;tN A L , I'Xl V KRS
AL1.V AI'MITTEI) TO UK THK II A X lSO V. fcnT
J-KliMDirAL IN T11K N OHLIi. F.Iii'liK
SKNTATIVK AMI CHAMPION
OF AUElilL'AX TASTK.
Xot lor Sale in linolc or Nov. s uti l es.
ryur. a Li) I xk. v.-;;i:.k issi.ui) vrnii
JL lia- ii--.i! li; v, I ii n lie i! t'10 ti-iil-
ii.riii-v it lirn'ii iti!:-i i t 'i l.aiia'tvl i.-lic of
K'i:i;'t y I'.r'it f.r.ii ur.icvtul !i't-i lure ; and a
i-oilt c t i ; i) o: I'ii tr.: cs, tlio raiest su-;iMH'iis
f arti-ti'.- skill, in ' black iUi-1 white. Al-tiii'-.i-li
fitch suci e -.-linir nsiinber -!5i. ts f:es!i
.!i-a-me to it fi i. ivU. tlie it al value and
iicautu o! TilM ALI)i.i: will l.-s t lie iuot
:ijlr-.-iate.l al':cr it has !-ce:i lioumi n) at
t!i,- clo.-e of the ear. Wi'iih- mli-r .ii!l;c;i
tiic.s hiuv cliiini su;i''iior cht-.ijimss ;:s cf.ni
j.i.Mi! witli livals of a similar class, THK
ALlINi: is a unique raui uiiina! coneejitimi
alone ami una;i.r. ;.c!k d lihsolutely with-
i:t romj et t on in l ice or e!:a! actur. Tiie
osscrs -r ot a com pli-ie voUmiv caniiot ila
I licate the ii.r.it;iy of line j':ijcr iiii.i e.i-;i-:iviiiI.'
in any of l.er .liane or iniiii'.f-r of
voluiiu s fi i- ten tim.ss its Cost ; and then there
are the chn.inos. 1) shies.
Xol wiMistam'.inL' th ii.rrcase in :h jri-e
of sul.se, iot ion last Fall, when THK A LD1XF.
ti-Mini' ii it j.ie.-ent in hie prpo-1 ions ;in j
rep; e-eiit it : c ehiir.ieter, the e-1 ii ion - Was
.mi i i:k tii a N loiniK iii!iir the past ye.n ;
rovin-j; tlio Amei jean j.i.hiie n. j-i e - ia! e
;:n! wiil sappolt, a ;i.C.-U-i lh.it liitho c;i' s(
of Art. The j'iil'li-I.-ei s. a- xious to j-.i-tify
tlie iea.lv eii!.ie.:ee thus il.-tnoi .f rale-i, i.tiVe
exerte-1 ! hci:i-t ! ves to th - n!!i:o-t to develop
:n d ii::p! ove the v. ( rl. ; ati.l the plans f. r the
co lmhi; ear, as niit -1-1. -d ly the inoia'.ily i-sie-s,
v. ill asli ;.ish ;:!! deiiuht even the iac.-?t
siuicuii.e ft it nds of TiSK A LDIN K.
'i'i.e po.l.lihei s ;ire aui ii... :;.-d to ar.noiince
de-iy.n- t'l'.-ni ii-iiiiy ol the mo.-t eieii.ent a r-le.t-'
.. A io.-ri'-a.
In ad-.hii- n. ll'.K A LDIX3-: v. ill repro.'uee
exiiiiii I-, s -.f the he -1 i'..!. -i'm a..lt..'!S, select
ed it ii a v;..--.v t-a ;! i i-M r:t-'ie - ne e-s.
ai.d :;. .:.! -t Lent I ;.l i:i!--res; ; av ld',ai such
hiivi; l.e.ai.e ! r.o liir. thr-iiii-li plioio-L'ii:!-hs
tr e ; o! ; : ki..d.
'1 he .; .i; t.-i t iote .folates, for 1 -7:'., wid
odi:.-i- I'..-,, r o! ..oh-, S. I)i.vir-' l!.i:o:t.:l 1--
el .Id he..'i p!- ei! -i.it e to .', fiur e.ioi:s
'i'le-se plates, ao; eat ii ir i.. t ,e isMies f-.-r ):;n-
and i'. ii ii.-r, would be
a.oi.v 1 1 n t ii.- 1. 1 .ce i i. i..;;i MiDsenpt.on.
The popuiar t'-a'iif" of a eopei.-:y dia.s
1 1 ated "(. ''a l - t !:ii:"' t.ineber i ill he . out inue !
rKMMH'M CliliaMi'S F
Fv.-i-e si l.ev t.. i- to TMF. i f
i i . i . i no
p-tvs i'i .i.iva. -e -for the yc-.t
i 7.'!, i i !! ; e-
i-t-;'e , w it in ! t .-K.u.t ional einii-o-, a p. or ot
h.eaat.ful .; ei.ioo os. alter i. I. 1 1 ill, the
i it.ineiit Kt:!iir p--r' ti :. The j.tvtie s, 'n-
th-1 Fise id;.;- It. le'" ai.it "i ',-o-i:-:r il.e
M o:-r, " .- I e It 'J.' in he: ;ll- pliit'd l.oni
1 d.lVere! t pL.tes. ii ij-.t'riasr li ". in:; fe-ioas
Hint lilt st to r'eel c.te'i p'.et r I be une
c!ii-. lie:.-, are sold or :', per pair, h the Art
t -.tl'-i. A-- It is t' e (hi e : ni Ion ot its
hid, IS t-1 keep THK ALHl; K out Of the
ret-eii o e u.peti' on i i ev.-ry '' ',' i tiaei-t,
tlie i.'hio1! .is ivili he loi.tid ei a : e: oe.ii . ii irly
;i i L i f any that can i:- r. d by other
pei iodic::!!;-., j-'v.-ry sniiscr her will receive a
eei i i e eat e over the siiitiat ere of the pnolish
er. -.".! i : ii; ! t'ei i: that the chrotnos d'-'iver--.!
':.ii:! e . ,:i::i t:l;e 'nple.S f ill T.i In- !
tie- a i.t. or tin : :..;o'- wi:i !,e refiridcd.
i In- d:t ; ii.-.-.t i :.n ot' p, l itr es i I !ii ;;rade,
free to t .'..- sahi-'rs iber of it f e d -aar pet i di
e:.!. wit! to. . t k an i ; .eh in tie A : t : : d . c-.a-
i -1 i : 'i tlie ii ' : --.-I ! : o d c- i n pm -s .-f i he
pi-;r- e'i 'I 1 1 II A i i;lN K its. It. The niarve: i-.IN
1-t r eh-, e- el to th' e b -t
ii- .pi !.,
t o - . 1;
vei!iit-i i f i:. i ii
i.d i .o r .v.-d ntee .-..rie-i! ;i;a-lt
a. e-. : i. !.!.;:. I -a- ' 1 tti.-s-- . h: in s,
e Nxveiii.-er lii.teh. r of 'i'iii; Al.i ' 1 N i 1. )
T.:i: i.iTi:::..; v idd'Ai: t.mknt
-.ill i'i a 1 1 i ; i -: . i -1 1 1 1 the en,- of Mi. Uit'H
Ui i i ''. S I v V -'it;i)..A !:!. ::sted by
!' -i v, t i ". i .- ;.i.d ; 'oil s ..! lie i ;iv, v. hi ill
t:; t . have tht !;'.t..-i . it T 1 I'I A i .-
I:.'.!. ;d vi :. in keeping e. . ; ;. i i ;:i 1 1.-1 ie a-
Ti.i.MS iVf A n t.i.tt. . in advance, wit'..
l.i ('!.! en, OS Fee.
'i 1! I'. A LI - i !. wii '. 1 eit i v, he ht;tina
lee i i.'v i,v -a ;-;! .. n. '! '.ere wdl he i,,
! ed -e-e-1 r eh: 1. rati .- ; e h foi sil!.!-e- I ti..i.
tro.-t be Mi.t to tie- p.. i ii.-.! ers ihieet. or
h.:leh-d o tie- I .. ai u'i I.', v. i;!...t fi sponsi-
I nity to t ' put
e.vc. pt u: c-.is
. iven. i.e.n in j; too iae .v.:i.i;c
A it y per?
v lo ; ct i-l in;:'. -. i.t!
id -t .- en t , wi: ! i c. : v.
till-, i a. i.t .on l.v i:
:a;::-.?.c: i.;:; p,sb:;.-hers,
il-..-.: i L'tt '; ," s Maiden Lat:e, Xi-w Voik.
J A XV W '-Ji
t-s -aJ-' viir- 6 : Kc3
f ' i t t I ?, 1' - r - r1 VeT,"'
i:t. t, I'dst t ail-, c!.v i:ic?:ii-t or tiik MAr.Kitn
7 l c a x i; ix'o m m i :x i) t n :: fo l l w-
ii.- 'oci;I Colh-eiji.n ot eh- i- e I'latio
S..i:u's: -.-'-hiiiite- I.ii;li:s." i Sacred Soltys i;
'Coi,!. n Li aves." V. 1 I. at.d II.; l!-:u th
an t lloaie." "hire ide I',, hecs," "Swiat
S -at. ds," nd "I 'rui h. s tieius " Free -s I 75
i i.i a in l o.i.ds; ej in ch th; s-j :,; (n cletii
Ai-o the f,,i;..v.h !T 5i-:nitnen.:I Collec
tions '-F-dty F.ue-.rs- ".iil:.iL. r.rtle."
".e.ne; 1 l i'.i t," and ' J'eat l Props" feu.
ensv eo-lvvti -usv '. i-.M,-;,i lUclciiti.lts."
-Fh-.-ianl M.tu.'f's," "Cid,:, ii Chun, s" and
".I. tl,-. :. C C, t.r ,e advance 1 plav-
eis. Fne- . t e n h bo. k. f ! 7;, ;., Loaids ;
-; in coil-.; in el .-h ;o-d i-:;t
S!i .u:-' VVatls, ak f,,r 1 "etrrs' K.f i t i ,ii . .
11 - v. !., .1 e, mi h Mid-; j;1 cloth. .Nov
el... s i ;,e.,p Fv.ition ot J,ja.1,..F,,ne Classics
C.e.sistii-.-vt Mend- Us. -hn's Coii-ph-te woi ks
1 : :" each; Folio Kdl
.o.i. j-. cji,. ,: i, eile.ven s Soria?.. J-
tiiov ci , l',ee s. .-J; Flu-
I'it.'s Wall;,, ?;,
........es ..-, .ri:,.., r.-,.-ukn. IhdiaJs,
I I' iuoi s. pile;, ri .:.-,; Se-oihett's T. .
; V'''d-ers I .m,o l-i.-oes: i.2; Mi.it-
. t s,,, ...1: WCer-s C..!::pk.,e j.,,:io
e;:-.l:,a:.s 4:J 1'iecvs, j.!. vte .
V;;. e1-"',1'" Miie to a-k for
No ehos i-dtt.-.. It.-.y ate ad hand-eve
--.:: . .,- Novct.osei.e.p Vocal Cadieeti..,,:
' - - ' 1 -. i i ' !eto i s a-C,;"'"n-V-
A!..,.:n. t : Mo-re s Irish Me ,.,iies. Folio
I...,.....;. ,y K:u,e. German Volksl.ed-r
AO in; , te.. et -.
.-do er's ( hii-tatm Carols, new ami o'd
!;;- I. I lice, ft. ib,. -ali,e wnhoai
Kbi-dati ,.s, in U ids., ile-ii,!,; cutupiete.
T-:tki:s' Mi stcvL M.-XTU-..Y. price r,o crr,t
eaen. i-v.-rv number eoi.tai to,.. .,, t I
we.th ,-f it u-ie. rb,,r..i voume's tw i',, !
1'7"' l" 1 :'7-' I'n V !l " i
Ad.ress. J. L. FKiFRS.
deC'.-Jin J 5.e. Kroiihviiv, N,..v Vor
VVi)Il ','L'ACK.s.A rictim ..f eariv iu
iiicre'.n n, causing lur' niis debi'litv,
pre sr. a tare decay, ic, having tried in viiui
everv a.Jveitised remedy,! as asin'!e means
of stlt'cure, wliicli he vvdl send fiee to fis
fc U o w s". t! e re r s . A d In
J. II. kllvi:.-
7 Nassau St.. New Yr-rk
IV II AT MAKttS A MAI .
Xot nnmern-is years nor lengllietsed life,
Not pretty children and a wife.
X'ot pins n.nd chains ami fancy ring",
Nor any such like truiiiperv thing;
Nor pipe, ciar. nor bottled wine,
Nor liberty with kings to dine.
Nor coat, nor boots, nor yet a hat,
A dandy vest or trimmed cravat.
X.r all the world's wealth laid in store;
Nor Mister. Ili-v'rcnd. Sir nor S(pure?
With tiiios i!:at the memory lire;
Nor ancestry traced back to Will,
Who went from Normandy to kill;
Ni r Latin. CJreel;. nor Hebrew lore,
Nor tl.or.saiid volumes rattled o'er;
Nor Judiios robes. nr .May(.'i s mace,
Nor crow ns t!mt deck the royal race
These all united never can
Avail to make a single man.
A truthful soul a lnvitt-r mind,
Full ol iiti'ectio:: for its kind;
A helper ol the human race;
A soul ol beauty ami of ".race:
A spirit bum erect and Iree.
Til.it never baSe'.y bend-i '.he knee;
That whl nut b-ar a leather's weight
Of slavery's chain for small or preal;
That truly speaks of (lod withm.
And never makes a league with sin;
Thai snaps the fetters despots make.
And loves the truth for its own sake;
That worships Clod and Hint alone;
That trembles at no tyratifs rod
A soul that fears no one but (Jod,
And tins can smile at curse and ban
That is .he soul ihat m ikes tie- man.
A great surgical operation to take the
cli-.-k ouL of :i yoMinj man, and the jaw
out ol a scolding wan.an.
The IVcsilent lias romiaated Morris
lried.-o:i. (.'olleetoi- i.f New Vol ii District,
itl place of I!, li. liar;' resigned.
It utpaii -es CHS 01-0 worth of twine per
ant'.um lo t'.e up lie-"dead letters which
t'te i'u.-t (-ilice 1 .'ep.u 'uient lulls to k liver.
Her. Frederick K. M ir.-h. for over a Lali
a couture p.'-'toi" o! ihe (' it:i -rejrat ional
Cio.tch at V iiteiii ster Center, t'ontj.. died
! ,,a i!lL. 7. ;,;!..
It is believed that neartv all the Ku
i:e.. nri . ..i s..oi:. t- ,
i hat is probably o-.vin-r to the laci tiiut no
eieciions eiu peiold
M :-s t i l .. i;i Forrest tnis noified the ex
ecutors -d ie i h ib ind's ..vii; . h.:t ,-i e will
:'.;:;' if for !m dnvv. on the mi'ind tlit'-t
I ft st '.Vtis never i.
Tif Now Voik j'o.'.i'allitnis that journ-aii-ut
weais Mien out !.i?-i.-r than another
p: ides-ion. It wore poor Mr. Jlenr.eil iu-
o an untimely ;i :ve at tiie :-e ol 7 1.
Josh, as 1 was ;;oii'.g down street the
oil r day. I feed u tree bark.'" "I seed
the same one !e. ,'..-, !;: !." ' lid it iake
its dunk v.iih it?" "Oh.i.o; it left that
The tiiota'.s i ' t.'dor.;d.j must be im
proving, .-'he !i s i. tiie fcti.Ntli.trv bible
sieie'ies, t'.vo I K-n'.-ll l):.h!,J rSJC ift lis", two
fobie comiuiiv es and ! j-.i r t.-.-n biij.e te
po. , i;. . ies.
::ixt e.. t's.l -s in Ma :?! u-eits Hi at have
ju.-t i ! : :.,. ted in w H i a ; -i ;'i 1 jr-ive:,:'-iilelsts.
show i'U a'rreiiatc U.'.ieb'.ed ii-ss of
C. I ,'J 7id. an ;rn. te:.- e of Stl 0Z.
Tid 11 r the ii. t is ol (hit sear previ
ous. Jitn Ny e's friend?! are urging l.im for
: he t i :::,e.-i. le. .-ion. Ny e has been one
id )h - in t.-i thiev es iii the Senate, and re
pudiated by hi -oti-i' iuten's the Radicals
u:;ii it necc-siuy to provide lor h.rn at the
' i . I i.lli' III CI .!).
l'ijii.idelj hia is one of the foremost
maif.i ii.-.iu: ;t:e; cities in the world. It i.-.
c:. mated that she now has luiiy l'.Uiin;
utat.u'iic'.iii ii: estab'i.-hiijeais. t iel.Lng,
;is thetr pr.-diicis. the enouao'is saui 01
S ;'. vh.'o'.UiiU ati.-.ualiy.
Fired by the example of the United
Stao-s. Li.oja...! I...-- devised .vhat appeals
to be a scheme for paying off her national
debt. It is sta-ed Ihat the miikmen are to
be iined 51 D every 'itiie ihi y ure caught
adding Water lo their midi.
Surrogate Ci llin of Wesi, Chester coun
ty. N. V., delivered his written opinion on
F);ii inst.. in the matter o! proving the
hi-d wi!i of Horace (.'teeh-y. deoyiag the
wiil of lc72 piobale. The wi.i of 1671
was proven and admitted to probate.
A Washington special mvs that after
the -ii'ii of .March there is to be an almost
complete change in tlie list of Foreign
Ministers. It is proposed to seed first
cl.i.-s men to loreigu conns. It would be
a eeod thing il we con id have a man or
i wo in i '.".ice al Yv a?.;:;:;e.to:t with a liii'.e
A few tlays niro, sttys tlie Iioise
S'A'V .ox.;, a ix1 titic-tntin liainle! in
to tliis (diice the copy lor a jol ol
work lie wi-lu d done, on tlie Lack
ot wliicli we lottr.'l written the 1j1-lowin-j;
nnecilote. V hetlier orio;in
;tl or iiot, we ctr.iuot say, but it is
worth publishing :
Mother Why is it, my fod, that
v.lten von ilrop your bread ami
butter,"it always falls butter side
i o : l ?
()yI tlon't know, mam; it
hathrt ought to.
ilov 'Cause tlie strongest side
ought to be uppermost ; and this
is the Ftronirest butter I ever seed.
Mother' I Iuh, hush: It's some
of vour aunt's churning.
Jloy Did she eliurn it? Tlie
bi'jr, lazy tbinir.
'Mother Y hat ! your aunt ?
oy No ; this yer butter, io
, i T. a I . , ;,j r.lnl i-
" l"" -' . . , ,
make her chum it, when it s plenty
strmicr enough to churn itsedt.
r.i..- Tl t o rMt
Mother 1 have eaten a great
deal worse in the most aristocratic
r.oy Well, people of rank
ought to cat it.
Mother Why people of rank?
liov "Cause its rank butter.
1 Kxit mother.
Southern Law -Makers.
a GT.nrrsi-: at the giiaxt klkmkxt
ix the tiUor.diA J.egisi,atci:e
IN I EIlVIEWIXd A CO:.i);n;i) j-KM-lJEIi
ANI A WHITE SKXATOIl
Atlanta, ("la., Corrrspnndcncc of (he Cincin
nati Cuiumei ciiil.
lieturning from Stephens's
speech I was shown my room in
tlie third story of au imposing
brick. It was largo, with a cla-cr
ful lire at one end, and t vobedsat
the other. A short, but black ne
gro, under a plug hat, and wrap
ped in a heavy cloak, stood before
the lire. The servant of seme
guest statesman, m ho occupies
one of these beds, I thought an
ex-slave who still clings to his old
''Whose room is this?"' I asked
of tlie negro.
"Senator Blank stays here, salt."
"Are you his servr.nt'r"
"No, sah; I'se a member of the
"Oh, indeed "
"Yes, sah, and I come up here
to meet the Senator to talk and
consult about this here election
that's coming on."
"The Senatorial election ?"'
"Yes, sah; that business is get
ling red-hot," and the legislator
laughed a silvery laugh.
"Is the Senator you spoke of a
"Yes, sah; we are both from
down oil the coast where all ihe
So.--ptib)!-nr;s come from that's
"What is the matter that there
are so few of you in the Legisla
ture "Weil, sah; the white men have
got the money and the braiti, and
thej ju-'t fix up the party business
to suit themselves. Our party is
.about played in this Stale. Ev
erv election we get le.-.s. A heao
of the darkies are get tin'' to vole
the Democratic ticket as :i reg'iar
thing. I know one county down
on the coast v. here seventeen hun
dred darkies voted the Kl i aight-out
"Whv didn't von work -with
"Oh, I did; T made a heap of
speeches, but it 'pears like it did
no good. Them niggers down
there have got a big Democratic
devil in r.i. You had just as well
talk to stump. They have soured
oil our party. A Democrat can
take a bale of cotton and vole a
"It's a fact, salt; a btunin' and a
shameful fact, as 1 nil 'em. It's a
djsgi ;uvm( nt to the reason of man
kind. I tell you I went for 'em
in my sjieecb.es. But a bean
limes ihev would onlv laugh an
tell mo to Ci
Yin a chew of tobacco. One day
I got sorter mad in my argument
and told 'em I could'buy "em ad
with two pounds of tobacco.
Why, they ntigh! v nigh Leal Co!.
Whiteiy for Congress. Col.
hilcly is one of t he greatest men
Unit walks on tills here country.
Tiie fool niggers voted the Demo
cratic ticket so much that we only
elected our man by fifty votes.
We worked t vi ; y day and night.
I made iifiy speeches." We spent
ail our money. Col. Whiteiy put
in the hist cent the last cent", sah.
One day I went to his house for
money to bring out the darkies.
Iiis wife kept the money. 'Wife,'
aid he, 'give Jim some money.'
-There ain't but 2u in the house,'
she civs. 'Give it to him,' lie says;
'I'm going to spend the last cent,'
and he did, but we only missed
being boat y a mighty little.
Next time they will set him. I
tell you, sal;, some of these days
tlie Democrats will have every bit
of this State under themsel ves just
as they want it."
I was about to observe to the
despondent colored brother that
they had it now, when the door
opened and the Senator, a tall,
spare, white man, came in. We
introduced ourselves, and chose
beds. "This is Jim," he said, turn
ing to the negro; "lie's a member,
and has come up to help us whip
out the d d Democrats."
As there are about six Demo
crats in. the Legislature to one Ive
publican, it looks as though the
whipping out process might be
"Jim," lie continued,, "do you
know all the black members ir"
"Well, you stir around and get
them into the caucus Monday
night. We must act together. I
don't see how we can vote for
Stephens, Gordon or 1 1 ill- If the
thing gets close, we may hold the
balance of power."
"Do you know . what that is?"
"That means if the vote is close
between two Democrats, we will
vote for one or the other and elect,
"Which one of the three, Jim,
can we swallow the best?"
COURTESY OF BANCROFT LIBRARY,
DIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
Some says St ej. liens."
Xo, Jim, I'll be d d if wc can
go for Stephens! Do you
Stephens's record ?"'
"Well, lie's an old Democratic
sinner. I'd just as soon send dcif.
Davis to the United States Senate
as him. I tell you, Jim, our chance
isllill. We can't pos-iblvgo for Gor
don or Stephens. Yoit put up the
boys on this. We can't lielji our
selves in this ibght, and we must do
ail we can to hurt the Democrats.
Jim, how did yon leave business
at home ?"
"Pretty fair, sah."
"Glad of it. I tell you, if v.o
can bother the Democrats, if will
jniy us to stay here all the spring.
The boys will plant our corn and
cotton, ami if they don't it mav go
to thunder. Our business is right
here, to worry the Democrats.
Jim, did you know the Democrats
had ruineUrthis country once''"
"And they'll do it again. They
would send the devil" to the Sen
ate ii' he would serve. Put thev
can't g t him, so thev wiil try to
semi Old Alex. T know Old Alex
mighty well. Did I ever tell you,
Jim, about what Old Alex did in
the Secession Convention?"
"The which, se.ii ?'5
"The Seces-ion Convention that
took the State out of the Union."
"Well, they held secret sessions.
Old Alex was itt there. gave the
doorkeeper a dollar lo let"!': to open
the door half an inch. You can
buy a heap of je-ojile for a dollar,
Jim. and a d d sight of them for
"Well, as I was saying, Old
Alev, was a speaking. Savs lie,
'Mr President, 1 :im opposed to the
policy of secession, but if it has to
come, let it be done before yonder
sun sinks in the west. I am a
Georgian, and will slam! by Geor
gia to tlie bitter end.' You see
Jim, lie thought more of this one
horse Slate than lie did of t lie
whole country. That's why we
can't vote for him. Xo matter
what comes, Jim, we mustn't allow
a single Republican vote to go to
..s o, sail.
"Wc will throw away our votes
on Ackerman first."
"Now, Jim, you may go, but
mind that you don't talk too much."
"Yes, sah ;" and the honorable
colored member folded his martial
cloak arouud him and withdrew."
"It's' What Yolt Sfexd. "It's
what the'il sje-nd, mv son," s.aid a
sage old Quaker, "not what the'il
make which will decide whether
time's to be rici or not." Tiie ad
vice1 was trite for it was Frank
lin's in another shape: "Take care
of the p"imies and the pounds will
take care of themselves." Put it
cannot be too often repeated. ?den
are continually indulging in small
exnem'o, saving to themselves that
it's only a triile, yet forgetting the
aggregate that even the seashore
is' "made uj petty grains of sand.
Ten cents a day even is thirty-six
dollars and a half a year, and that
is the interest of a capital of six hun
dred dollars. The man that saves
ten cents a day only is so much
richer than him who does not, as if
he owned a life-estate itl a house
worth six hundred dollars. Every
sixteen years ten cents a day be
comes six In; ml red dollars; and, if
invested -juarlerly. docs not take
half that time. J hit ten cents a
day is child's play, some will ex
claim. A Yell, then, Jacob .Ator
used to sav that when a man who
wishes to "be rich lias saved ten
thousand dollars, has won half ti e
battle. Xot lhat.Asfor thought
ten thousand much. Put he knew
that, in making such a sum, a man
acquired habits of prudent cconomy
which would constantly ktep him
advancing in wealth. II ow many,
however,' spend ten thousand in a
few years in extra expenses, and
when n looking back, cannot tell
as they sav, "where the money
went to. "To save is tlie golden
rule to get rich. To squander even
in small sums is the first step to
wards the poor house.
Goon Anvioi:. Don't be dis
couraged, if occasionally you slip
down by the way. and others tread
on vou little. In other words,
don't let a failure or two dishearten
you; accidents' will haj.jteu, and
miscalculations will sometimes be
made; things will turn out diner- !
entlv to our exjicctations, and we
may be sufferers. It is worth !
while to remember that fortune is !
like the skies in the month of April,
sometimes ii is cloudy, and some
times clear and favorable.
Albert Mellon, an oh St. Lotiisi-
an, was married in Massachusetts !
to .Miss Tannic L. Gardner. It is
eminently proper for this Gardner
to devote her energies to raisin
Two r-'i.Iits iji the t-tiow.
Among the many sad incidents
which we have been called upon to
chronicle during the last few days
with regard to tdie terrible results
of the late storm, none, perhaps,
"will excite more sorrow and sym
pathy than the stpryof Mrs. Mary
Townsend, a young married lady
who recently came with her hus
band from central X'ew York to
take up their abode in our State.
Just after the holidays the young
coujile left this city for a visit to
an uncle of the biide, a gentleman
named Murray, who resides some
live or six miles from Farmington
A week ago last Monday Mr.
Townsem! ;iIK ,"s w;fe jiri,j OCt.;l.
.-ion to visit Farmington, and for
this purpose a team attached to a
hght cutter was furnished them by
Mr. Murray. They started oil
saving, however that they might
not return until the next claw
i hey did not attempt to return
that night, but early on Tuesday
morning they were on their wav
back. It was very cold, and tlie
horses were urged on but suddenly
the wind arose, tine jtarticles of
snow began to fail, and before long
the great storm burst upon them
in all its terrible fury. For a while
the strong animals "battled against
the elements, but becoming ex
hausted at last, it was found im
possible to urge them onward. In
the meantime the violence of the
storm increased. Great drills were
forming around the sleigh, and it
was imj-.ossible to distinguish ob
jects scarcely a rod distant. It
was a terrible dilemma to be placed
in, ami the hearts of both occu
pants of the sleigh beat last with,
fear and anxiety. As hours pass
ed on with no abatement of the
angry storm, the perils of their sit
uation began to increase, and while
each endeavored to cheer the other
both felt that nothing but a mys
terious interposition of Providence
could save them from the terrible
fate of freezing to death. At last
night came, but still the fierce
winds cowled over and about them,
the ehifls grew larger ami the tem
perature colder. Wrapped in their
robes and blankets, they huddled
together at the bottom of the sleigh,
and passed the night in praying for
deliverance Irom that awful situa
tion. As sooti as daylight appeared,
Mr. Townsend signified bis inten
tion of making an attempt te find
assistance, if possible His wife
made fearful remote trances, fearing
that he would meet with no success
and perhaps perish with cold. lie
cheered her as best he could, how
ever, and packing the robes still
cles:r around her, took one of the
horses and mounting him, drove
All day the lonely wife waited,
her he art beating faster with fear
as the tedious hours wore on, and
her tears and juayers ailing to
gether. Xiglit came again, but it
diel not bring her husband nor re
lief. Purled in the folds of bum- i
kels and bu Haloes, she could hear
the wailiugs of the wild winds as
thev swept over the lone prairie all
through the dismal hours. Ex
hausted weary and benumbed, she
at last fell asleep, in which condi
tion site was found about 10 o'clock
op. the following morning of
Thursday, the lOlli inst.. by a par
ty who were in search of the miss
She was, after considerable ex
ertion, aroused, and finding that
her cxhau-lion was caused by fa
tigue and that she was not frost
bitten, the neighbors carried her to
tlie residence of her uncle, only a
hall mile distant. Here she was
was provided with everything
needful for her comfort, but when
upon the next day the body of her
husband was brought home fro
zen ami stiif and stark, her grief
gave way to tlie wild ravings of
insanity. Before this she had told
her uncle till that had happened up
totiie'time of her falling asleep.
As soon as possible physicians
were sent for, but at last accounts
Mrs. Towr.cnd was failing rapidly,
with no signs of rational imorove-
ment. J-'som the JfitHcaj'oli
Ticr. .an. Hjft.
Ti:.ri; to he Caemfcl. When
the wife of your bosom is in a bad
humor it isn't safe to say, "What's
up, old gal?" A gentleman on
High street Brooklyn, did this
last week. She turned on him
with "Who do you call old gal,
you miserable, old, red headed,
idiotic mud turtle?" lie lied in
stantly as he saw her eye roving
round in search of a weapon of at
tack, lie mailt: his peace with a
new bonnet and a pair of earrings.
Wedding cards in Denver con
sist of the itick of diamonds and
the queen of hearts, with the con
tracting parties' names thereon;
if the bride's mother is living, the
ten of clubs is enclosed.
To prevent people from meddling with
nitroglycerine cans, it is proposed lo label
-Li.l L .in .. .
Paf-ei: Window Shutters. Tho
inventors who have been "cxperi- 0
menting with paper for sometime
past, are now trying to make it
useful for window shutters. The
preparation used is the ordinary
paper, pnlb brought) bv pressure to
the utmost solidity, with the light
est possible sheet iron or rather
casting to insure stability. This
preparation has been brought to'
high degree of perfection in Japan,
where they are much more skillful
in the uses of paper tliat we are,
adapting it to all sorts of articles
for dtvrnestic use, being as it is
claimed, for water-proof, and fire
proof, not liable to breakage like
crockery from careles handling, nor
in danger of corrosion like most of
the metals from exposure. Tlie m:t
terial has been used to some extent
in this country for furniture, cloth
ing, car-wheels and many other
things out of the ordinary courso
of tilings. As the stuff "will not
burn, the inventors expect to turn
it to use ag a new safeguard against
Fornp years ago, when our judges. State
aid Federal, were not receiving the com
tortable salaries they an; to-day, a lawyer
who was enjoy intr a lucrative' practice,
who w will call X : realizing the fact
V1 s salary wlio we will call
Judge;: .was very small, thought it
wouid be a good thing lo present the
i"ub"' with a cow. So" he, called up his
man or all work and said: -Take old?.
Hnnd'.e over to Judge Z's. and give her to"
the judge with my compliments." As the
judge was returning froio court that after
noon, he found .a man tying a brindle cow
to the bitching post in front of his gate.
Judge Z went at once to drive the
striiige man. -and cow o.T. win the man
ecia:mea: -Judge Z . Mr. X pre
sent this cow to you wit!? his compliments.
Ja lge Z with o ie of those looks which
has so cften struck terror to evil doers,
said: '-Cut that rope from mv Dost! take
that tow homol, ami tell .Mr.eX. that I ro
ceivo m presents from cmy lawyer that
practices in my court."'
A little newsboy attempting to jump
from the car. the other day. fell under tho
cur. and was fearfully mattled. As pooii
as he could speak he called piteonsly for
his mother, and a messenger was sent at
once to bring her to him. Vhen she ar
rived sdie hung over Ler dying-boy in an
agony of gri'd'. o
' .Moth"r.v he whispered, wiih a pstfhful
effort. "'I sold jour newspapers and tho
iiHiney i. in my pocket." ej 0
With the hand of death upon his brow,
lb" last thought of the suffering child was
for the poor, hard working mother, whoea
burden he wa3 striving to lighten when
he lost his life.
A guiltless young lady eutered
one of our music stores the other
afternoon, and when the neWrclerk
g bashful youth asked her what
she wished, she smiletU sweetly,
and said, "Will you meet meto
irght at tlie MiU?3 The clerk, who
never dreamed that this was the
title of new music, blushed clear
around to the back of his neck,
and stammered "I kie can't I'm
going lo see another girl to-night."
The lady retired.
A forgetfuP young woman in
Xcw Jersey the other nio-lit. nrois-
ed tlie inmates of a hotel to which
her bridal trip had led, on account
of limling a man iti her room. The
trilling circumstance ofher mar
riage that morning had cquite es
caped her memory, and it was not
until Gsut;imary justice was about
to lie visited on the oilVnder that
she happened to reccollect it.
The editor of one of our ex
changes has just had his family re
inforced, and makes the following
lling out wild belles and tamo ones
Iitr.g out the lover's nioonO
Kinrr ort the little slips and socks,
King in the bib and spoon;
Rimr out the muse. rnz in the nurse,
Itiujf in the milk and water;
Awny with paper, pens and ink
My daughter, ob. ray danghter.
St r.rr.isEi). An old lady on en
tering a store, the other day, said:
"Why if can't be that you keep
this store yet! I thought you had
gone out of business, I ain't seen
your name or anything about your
store in tlie paper for over a year,
and everybody in our neighbor
hood thinks you have gonePoiit of
Dr. G , of Sycamore, Illinois,
riding into the country one day,
saw ii sign upon a gate-post read
ing thus: "This farm for Sail."
Stopping his horse, he hailed a lit
tle old woman who stood oa, tip
toe, hanging out clothes. "I say,
madam, when is this farni going
to sail?" "Just as soon, sir," re
plied theold lady, "as any body
comes along who can raise tho
Fi.rt.vsr. Take Notice. Having purchas
ed a lot of new lypCand other material,
we are "m need of money and would most
respectfully request those indebted to tie,
either f r job work. advertisiDg-or sub
s rip tion. to call andepay up. We have
been very ea?y wjth our patrons, and
now when wo need the money wc have
earned, we hope they will cme forward
and pay up.
The fact has come to the knowledge of
tb. Committee on C'irrt that General
Eu'ler naid over in ISrS lo tJiB United
States Treasurer S20.0OO. being money
raptured in the South, but in fact belong
ing to loyal people in the North.