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1 a detained over ttandny In lUrn
but), and on Sunday I remtved too to
church. Tho first church I camoto,n
bH frnmo ulnicturo with a wooden
locple. had tho doors and windows
tightly shut, but thoro was a man on tho
ytepa whittling n stick, and I Mld to
'Yen," ho uild, "I nin tho noxlon."
"Well, mostly on account of tanks'
"Sit down and I'll toll yon abont It,
ou know, tank?, ho enmo down to this
town a few weeks uro, a jxtrfect Mnwccr.
and ho rented a now in this church. It
pecms Hint tanks had thrro liltlo bitnor
Dsuies, irtpict. not morv'n two months
old, and then, Wldo tlicm. ho had twins
about a year old. So nobody know about
tho babies, but tanks wanted to have
tho llttlo darlings baptized, and ho al
lowed Mrs. Hanks to rush tho whole five
babies Into church on ono Sunday might
excite remark, ou underetand. So he
Milled St that he'd hare 'cm christened
gradually, so to ftpcak. Accordingly, tho
next Sunday ho fetched little Jimmy, one
Of IheWtriplrt, and all went off well
enough. On the followln Sunday he
carno a nromenadln' up tho aisle with
Gcortpi ashington, another triplet, and
Dr. limns, our preacher, fixed him up all
right. People thought it was queer, but
when on the next Sunday rnormn' tanks
and his wife came into church with an
other baby, William Henrv, crying a
Tawneo war-hoop, aomo of tho folks
couldn't help snicktrin.
"UuwiNomdever nobody compUinednd
all might hare been well if tanks hadn't
come alons the Sunday after with Klijali
Ilunslkcr lUukn.ono ot the twins. Kvcry
body laughed, and Mr. and Ma tanks
wens furiouv-mad as anvtbing.vou know,
and Elijah llunsikcr tanks hauled off
accidentally with his hand and hit Dr.
Hinns, who was holding him during tho
ceremony, a whack in tho face, and the
Doctor dropped him in the water, tho
congregation just fairly roared with laugh
ter. Mr, tanks turned red as Are. and
looked as if she would lik to murder
.Yell, yon know, we all thought this
was tho last, and public feeling kinder
Mtnmered down on toward the end of tho
week, when who should come booming
up tho aisle on Sunday morning but Mr.
and Mrs.tanks, with Tcumch Aristotle
tanks, tho remainin' twin ! Well, you
ouht Just to vo heard the congregation
laugh ' I never seen nolhln' like it in all
my experience. Keu Dr. Binns had to
anile. And the tanksc, they were per
fectly wild with rage. Anyhow, they
baptised Tecumseh. and after meotirl'
some of the ciders cot ta jokin about i.
Oue allowed they'd have .o applyto the
town Supervisors for an extension of the
Water works , aaotaer allowed that ar
rangement ought to bo mado to divert
Huckleberry creek and run it down the
middle aisle ot the church : another made
aorne kind of a joke about business being
good because no many tauka were in town;
another said that tanks would need about
twelvo pews when his family grew an.
Somebody inuut have told tanks about it,
for what docs bo da to rcrengo hiam'lf ?
lloaeodsdown to (.lorion county to his
two tutcn to com up and briug their
children. So they lad a coople of babies
apiece, and as soon a tbey arrived Hanks
he begins to briti? them into church
gradually, like the otlic You never
eeentuch meetings as them! Tho church
was jammed full of iteoploju roarln'.
And when tank came in on Sunday
with tho four'Ji and bt of the si-ten
babies, tho Troatec thought it was time
to interfere. Gettin U be a farce, yoj
know. So Deacon Smith be stepped up
and said bomcthin' or other to tanks.and
Banks, quicker 'a a wink. laid down the
baby and banged tho deacon with his
fist. And so I dunno how it was. but in
a minute there was Banks, Deacon
Smith, Deacon Hubbard, Bank's sister's
baby and me, all a roliin' and a pumuin'
over tho floor, hiitin' and kickm" aid
whoopin' iu a manner that was ridiculous
"Ami when we all come to and got
straightened out. Banks picked up the
battered baby of bis bister and quit, and
tho trustees held au informal meetin'end
agreed to date the church for a month, so
as to kinder trcese Banks out, and now
wo'vo shut up : but I reckon it Is no use.
for I bear tanks has got bis back up and
gone over and joined the Baptists."
So I said good-bye to the sexton, and
went In search of another sanctuary.
Effector Diet va Liquor DriBkers.
Charles Napier, an English scientific
man, has been trusting the truth of
Liebig'a theory that liquor-drinking is
compatible with animal food, but not
with a fariuacioustliet. Tho experiment
was tried upon twenty-ueven liquor-drinking
persous, with results substantiating
tho Lieblg theory.
Among the most striking instances of
reform bromrht about by a change of
diet, waa that of a gentleman of sixty.who
had been addicted to intemperate habits
fjr thirty-five years, his out-bursts
averaging once a week. His constitution
was so shattered that he had great diffi
culty in Insuring his life. Afterau attack
of delirium tremens, which nearly euded
fatally he was persuaded to enter upon a
farinaceous diet, which, we ars assured,
cured him completely In seven months.
lie seems to have been very thin at the
beginning of the experiment, but at the
close of tho poriod named, had gained
twontyjight pounds, being then about
tin normal weicbt for a person of his
height. Atnoug tho articles of food which
as specified by Napier as pre-eminent for
antagonism to alcohol are niaccaroni.
haricot, beans, dried peas and lentils, all
of which should bo well boiled and flavor
ad w Ills plenty of butter or olive oil. The
various garden vegetables aro haid to bo
helpful, but a diet mainly composed of
them would not rebt the tendency to
Intemperance so effectually as ono of tho
tnaccaroni and fariua-ious food. From
this point of view, high glutinous bread
would be of great utility.but it should not
bo sour, Buch acidity being calculated to
foster tho habits of alcoholic drinking.
A like remark might bo applied to the
u of Baited food. If wo imiulro the
cuuau of a vegetarian's alleged disinclina
tlon to nleohollo liquors, wo Hud that the
carbonaceous starch contained In tho
beans or oloaglnous ailment, and there
fart tvuuUiye, carbon in an alcoholic
A LtviKU Man's JJiuik Kxvoseu.
There la Jn Livonia a man who may bo
eowe an oblcct of as much Intercut to tho
Catuda years ago, who, by a gunshot
wound. laid open hUstouiach, aud lived
Awvtara. letting physician i observe tho
Eooes of dlgeatlou. Tho Livonia man
"Thero are about fifty elephants in this
wnntry nt the present time," said I'rof.
George AratlngsUll, tho kccinr and train
or of tho ten mountalna or ilosh which
fornl ono of tho attractions or tho aKqer.
talloy show. Tho tlrst elephant over
brought lo tho UnltelStAtos was liy Hack
talley, In 1824. It was called lletray, and
Is known In tho profession na llelaoy tho
First. It was exhibited for four vears
through New York Stale and Now' Kn
land. It was n great novelty. Tho owner
traveletl with Hat night, aud it wasal
?T"J'Jt.Txh'l!11 ,H R huilding erectwl over
it. Tho old-timers tell about tho great
excitement it created throughout the
oonnlp-. Tho newa or Its coining would
go before, and whole villages would turn
out and spend tho night along the road
slue in the hope or seeing tho creature,
only known to them through pictures aud
the works oT travelers. What they gen
orally beheld was a great sliawles mas,
covered with tarpaulins, swinging along
through tho darkness carefully guarded
by attendant who kept tho curious
rustioM at a distance. It was notaverv
big elephant, it came from Upper India.
It waa anything but amiable, and had a
liabit of tearing out the sldo or its house
and starting off on "go-as-you-please"
excursion. This was a fatal folly of
Betsys. Ono night Belay was out near
Albany, New ork. She was mad about
something, and venting her rag iu the
exasperating shriek peculiar to the
elephant. She got into a pluckv Tanner's
yard. Ho saw the monster, lie did not
know what it was. Tho only thing that ho
knew was that ho was hadlv frlghtoned
and that he knew how to use a gun. He
!rd at the creature, and the leaden
bullet pierced her hoar. She sank to
the earth and died, moaning plteoualy.
Her keeper arrived. She was stuffed,and
I beliovo some museum has her now.
"Where aro most or tho elephants
rrom ? "
"All those prior to ISoO were from Up
per India. The bulls were wild, restles.,
creature. Mot of thwe now on exhi
bition are Ceylonese elephants. They
are much more tractable than their
brethcrn of Iho north. There aro a few
African elephants, but they are not do
irable, as they certainly lack amiablhtv.
I'rior to 1S&5 there were few shows that
had more than one elephant. The tlrst
caravan of four was made when Cooper
and talley went into the business. Ono
of these was the world-famed Columbus,
tho largest elephant ever living in cap
tivity. It was eleven feet five inches in
height. I will tell you something abont
training elephants. Stewart Craven, who
U now living quietly on his cattle ranch
in Texa. was the inventor of a new sys
tem of handling elephants, aud ho actu
ally broke every performing elephant now
before the country, with the exception of
the even now with the Sells Brothers'
how, which is over in Illinois. That
batch I trained myself. L raver broke
the celebrated Hannibal and Borneo. In
1S70 James Kelly, proprietor of the Lon
don show, sent Bill Shannon to Ceylon,
and Shannon seut him back ten ele
phants. They were brought to Phila
delphia in 1S71, and broken by Craven,
five of them were sold, the other live
came in'o my charge. They were well
broke when I got them, but I trained
them to their wonderful ring crform.
arcus. An elephant is a trutcheron,cuu
ning and very intelligent animal. H
forms no attachment for bis keeper. He
will, however, become deeply attached
to a dog or other animal. There are
three dogs with my elephant, and Babe,
my best elephant (Chieftain is my larg
est), bas a pel camel called Uick. llio
camel will stand by her cide for hours in
contentment, and Babu actually fondles
him with her trunk. In handling
elephants fear is the only instinct to cul
tivate in them. Kindness, such as you
would extend lo a dog, or a horte, does
them no good. They aro liable at any
time to harm vou if they are not kept in
subjection. Tbey must be punished im
mediately after the offense, whatever it
may be, is committed. Cnieftain cut up a
little rough the other day. X had him
overthrown and chained, and then I
warmed him with a hoop-polouutil I whs
very tired and he waa very sore. Their
skin is very tender, and they feel the
ounishmeuL The usual persuader is a
short instrument shaped like a bill-hook.
This punctures the hide, and is a very
valuable article to keep on liand when
you are bossing elephants. Teaching an
elephant a trick is exactly like teaching
any other animal. It requires only a
mastery of the brote. The find thing to
do is to get Into the elephant's head what
you waut lo have doneuind then to ecaix
punbhment he does it. I'ut a bell in the
grasp of au elephant s trunk and teach
liim that every time he drops it ho will
be prodded, and he will quit dropping it
Then there is a way to reach an elephant
through his jtomach. I worked for
months with the animal that mounts the
highest pedestal in the pyramid. I put
his food np there, and he soou learned to
tro up after it, and then it dawned on his
brain that I wanted him to go up there;
that if bo did go up he escaped punish
ment; and now he never thiuks of balk
ing, and hardly eyer needs punish
merit. Tho Professor told about how one of
the elephants picked up a colored boy
who was making ur ber bed iu Kaunas
City, and tosoed him gently Into a candy
stall ; how, when he was trying to give a
sick elephant a quinine pill at Gilmore
uaruen, in .e iun.,uo . uunu
at the pain he caated her and threw him
thirty feet against a canvas screen, which
fortunately broke the fall ; ho related tho
details of the killing of Keeper Williams,
in Connecticut, by Itomeo about three
years ago ; told how, wheti au elephant
kills a keeper, it always tramp ujon and
mangles the body , and the elephants all
being asleep, he con Piled to go back to
the hotel and do liken . An ho pawed
out he said to an attendant, ui the wind
begins to blow hard, fjin and wake me."
In explanation, he staled to a reporter
that elephants always get very excited
.It.ific t urfriil Htorni.
One more question the reporter aked,
and that was whether it was true that an
elephant will not lie down under a roof.
The professor said that it was true of bull
elephants, wlo would stand on their feet
all winter, being afraid to lio down. St.
Jxiui O'loU Dtmocrat, Ann. II.
Truth Is mighty mighty scaice.
"Have you a mother-lndaw? " asked n
I?vMif 'J Myniwlnto-looklng person.
jUA howpHc,,! bul l'v flW In
i.nrnt.lV)rl,?m,'Mo' lhhor bus
5flr?in0iby nrl,,yrockel from tho
roof or tho house. AVhen tho rocket goea
up ho goes Tor home,
u ilfJi8l?n R,V? ,yu Cll M kind of
Li W A1,ch you m climb to a
,li ' i ',,lw lnJr lwoplo. however,
put tho ladder up and then h on the
In tho Sunday School picnic procession
X. . .i ur,ttl stout nomoly girl that
carries tho iwiiner. The nlco-looklng III
tie girl Is kindly cared for by tho Superln
Llttlo stx-ycnr-old was obliged to take,
a dtto or medicine that left an unpleasant
hwto in th month. When asked how alio
Iked, alto said, "It is good enough, nil but
tho end or It,"
A paper describes a young lady with
hair "as black as a raven." Tho ravens
weren't wearing any hair to sicak or last
summer, but wo suppose the stvle has
changed this year.
It has been said that an Kalian iiuoon
beo got loose In tho mall sack at Keokuk.
nn w" et to a distinguished naturalist
or that city for examination. He classi
fied thus. "Italian queon.bcdautnedllt
nintahoastly." "Hash, sinful man," said upbraldingly
the chaplain to tho prisoner. "Supiwe
you were to die now, what sort or a con
cienco would you dio with, eh?" "Oh,
my conscience is as good as now, never
used it a bit," nakl the prisoner,
A Dresden man owns an old doo that
has lately caught butting its bead against
the bucket as it swung over the well. Tho
act was referred to once by a noot who
"The old doo can buck it.
That hung In the well."
A Kuropean writer asserts that acute
corysa.orcold in the head, Is cured in
half an hour by chewing tho leas or the
eucalyptus and slowly swallowing tho
saliva. Its action is doubtless similar to
that or eubebs, which will produce tho
Ouo or tho private schools In Washing
ton this year held Ita annual ex
ercises ami distribution of prises in a river
steamer, which ran down tho Potomac
somo thirty miles and returned. This Is
an improvement over warm, badly von
The last slave sold In the Confcderacy
was In ISto, near Richmond, a uegromaa,
who was bought ior nine hundred heads
or cabbage. The cabbage at that time
were worth one dollar a head, which
would pan out nine hundred dollars for
Klmira Brooks thinks "the only differ
ence between a young lady and a married
woman is an offer of marriage." If it
nauu i oeen ior him kiuu or scribo we
should have gone to our grave with the
impression that it was eighty-fivo cents
worth ot icecream.
A Qceeii GconoiA Wikd Spout.
William Langley, a cotton planter of
Gwinnett connty, was standing in a field
on his farm. Around him were several
men. a woman and three children, all
breaking tho soil for cotton. Tho sky
was clear and the air quiet, thero being
about both considerable sultriness. The
children had just stopped work, and liad
lucunu ,iemeire, urvu an ureu could
bo, ou top of a pile of guano sacks, when
a peculiar roaring was heard in the field.
Tho sound boro soma resemblaeo to that
of an approaching train, but as no train
was near, the workers looked at each
other iu amazement. In a few momenta
they saw a small column, not larger in
cirenmferenco than a barrel, skim rap
idly nloug the ground. Tho wind spout
or column ajqeared to be filled with
dust. The mother rushed toward tho
children, who crouched low iu fright,
but before sho could reach them tho pLe
of guauo bags, child ron and all were
scattered right and left. In its course,
always eccentric, tho column struck a
tttnip squarely from tho butt to roots
and tore it from tho ground, tho wood
splitting into three pieces, and dropping
iiui ur tuirtjr jrania uwuj. .ur. jjijij-
ley was sucked in as tho whirling thing
pattsed and thrown into a ploughed gully
some distance away. In tho next instant
tho stntugo visitor had gone, paasing up
over the toiw of tho trees. It was seen
plainly by the ladies at Langloy's house,
apiearing ts them like the smoko that
rushes np in circular volumes from the
smoko-stack of a locomotive. Ainjiula,
fellow Is evidently insxiio on the subject,
but thoroughly in earneai. a goou sea
I, nth howuver. may effect a cure, lie
euuo here from San Frauciico about two
months ago; is an Australian, and claims
. . t ... i.am .. r fan f Ann tir In tltn Aunt il tin
fclV ro'ind, which the 'brain may ZnSZ o waanamraiiiodinfian Frai
tttltf itf JSSS5? The wounded SSL cST.it winter, and has bis paper, with
k US h tcwer,-Xochr1tr Union. I hi.
hMd by a howo which ho tried to make
A funco. and tt wound Inflicted in
DimiXU THE OCEAff BU'e. 6JSATTIJ!
Washington Territory, August 2th.--Lieutenant
Joseph heuxil left here this
morning on his three-log craft Septuite, fur
San Francisco. Ho rounded Handy Point
at V2 o'clock before a kpanatng breeze,
aud headed away toward Fort Madison.
To those who questioned the probability
of his reaching San Fraiit-Isco on such a
crazy craft, he replied, "I will make Kan
Fraucisco or die. If 1 reach there iu
safety ray fortune ) made, I will haul
the Nqitune on !.ong Bridge aud place her
on exhloition and clear SbQOU in a week.
If I perish lu lb" attempt that concerns
nobody but iii)clf. 1 was rhlp wrecked
ouco in the Pacific Ocean, mid n'eked up
after drifting about for three days on a
Mlntrle stiek of Umber. Ho you see I am
TlUXHI'UMTIKn A.TD itZTLANTIXO
Tkjetji. Cau teeth Imj transplanted? If
recent accounts of operations by dun tints
aro trustworthy, the answer must bo in
tho affirmative. But tho question has
been formally discussed at a meeting of
the Odontological Society, and from this
we learn that it was in replanting
(which is not the samo thing as trans
pUinllntj) tliat the foreign dentists,
whoko names had been cited, achioved
their success. Among them a French
man. Dr. Marritot. lias published full
particulars of caws in which diseased
teeth wero taken out, and the root, or a
portion of twriosteuru, was cut away, and
then were replanted iu the same socket,
where, after a few days or weeks, thoy
became Ann and serviceable. Out of
sixty-three operations in fonr years, flvo
were failures; but some of the cures wero
painful and tedious, owing to local dis
charge. In technical phraseology, Dr.
Magitot holds "the indications for an
operation to bo the existence of chronic
jKjriofttitis of the ajmx of the root, its
denudation, and absorption of its sur
face. Tho resection of this,
which plays the part of irritant, is the
essential aim of the ojieration. And the
extraction having been jiorforined with
due eare, if no other lesion Imj detected
save the alteration in tho apex of tho
root, the tooth is to x replosed as soon
as this has been excised and smoothed,
and the liemorrlioge lias ceased."
Mnrr age. In France.
As n oorrolsrv lo the dlvoico question,
tho (1M publishes soma interesting sta
tUlltwon marriage in Franco, with the
remark that enrlv marriages ato steadily
diminishing In number. In the depnrt
mont of tho Seine it appears that (ho
average ago of men who outer tho nuptlid
state Is 82 years, in the provincial towns,
31 i Iu tho country, :w, while uuium lu
the ramn localities range from !27 to-.M
years. This is a great change fiotn the
ancient regime, when ouuuptiou fiom
taxation during 10) oars was accorded to
o very male who win mai rlwl before tho
age of W. SeiMiid marriages ato more
frequent lu the town than lu the rural
dlstrluts, iu the lower than lu the tipper
classet.. One remain remarries out of II
at Paris, iignliist 1 to III In tho depart
monta, ami the proportion of thwu m1'
ond uulotm is 18 per rout, iu tho depart
mentor the Seine, while it Is only" per
cent. Tor all the rest or Franco, 'llio
examination of the qiiosllon liy
glcnlodly Is no loss curlotiH. Previous
to Sill years for tuon ami il ymirs fur wo
men, mortality l greater among murricil
peoplo than among ivllbatos, but alter
those ages tho married statn is more
favorablo to longevity, so that If It was
dangerous before, It Is only became It
was premature. I p to the ago of tX)
widowhood la moU perilous, but after W)
celibacy Is still worse. Finally, from a
criminal point of view, celibacy must bo
an Incentive to all soils of wickedness, as
M per cent, of criminals lmvo never en
tered the holy bonds of matrimony. From
1S0U to 1810, when divorce was abolished,
tho annual average of divorces was -Mil.
During tho lust 10 years tho number of
juuiciai separations potltloueii for has
varied from 2li to ".'ivOO. generally after
from llvo to ten years cohabitation. Of
these, mombers of tho liberal professions,
property owners, and peoplu living on
their means furnish 1.M jht cent; trades
men, J1 ; farmers, Id, the working classes,
37, especially since the introlucHonof the
law on alimony. Finally, aud not the
least remarkable detail. 01 per rant, of tho
petitions have been tiled by the women.
Mn. Ltscouv's " FAvniim: Oath " -Tho
change in tho name of tho Hue Saint
Aruaud in l'aris into tho Hue Lincoln
continues to encounter tho mild opposi
tion of tho Fiiiaro of that city. In tho
number of that journal for the "hid of
August appears a communication from
"Tho Circle of the ltuo Saint Aruaud,"
an association composed of about IWH)
artists, men of letters, former public
functionaries, and financiers living on
that street. These gentlemen protest
against the now name, Hue Lincoln. It
is, they say, not euphonic. It is not
plcaaant lo hear themselves called "Tho
Circle of tho ltuo Lincoln.', Thoy ap
preciate "at its just value tho personality
of M. Lincoln." But Marshal do Saint
Aruaud, after whom tho street was
named, died on the field ot luttle at the
dawn of a glorious victory. They would
better appreciate M. Lincoln had he died
for Frauco instead of for the United
States. In his lifetime "ho treated us
badly; his favorite oath was Damn
Frenchmen; Damneei Francais! This is
how M. Lincoln loved us." If the Mu
uicipal Council must name the street
after tho President of a Ilcpttblio the
Circle would prefer to have it called
"La Hue Clrcvy."-Acir Vovk Kieniim
Helmintkouxiy. Of lato years node
partuiont of natural history has attract
ed more attention than that of tho studv
of internal tiarasites in man ami other
animals. To tho gieat multitude and
variety of creatures thus found, associat
ed by ono common habit of 1'fo, have
zoologist giwn tho general name of Hel
minths, which area ectiliar fauna des
tined at some time iu their lives to occu
py an equally jK'culiar territory. That
territory is the wide-spread domain of
the interior of living animal bodies to
which, alas, jwor linniatiity forms no ex
ception. It is tmpleuj-nnt to thin!, t.iat
wo may at any time become a prey to these
dangerous and mischievous depredators.
Wo wero lead to these reflection by a
recent visit to Dr. Van Denhorg's office,
when ho hod just completed the oxpul-
mnn .if llTO wnrmil frsm i 1 it........
who stattsl tliat ho had suffered for l'J
years. They were all small, about ono
and a half inches iu length, excepting
ouo a nondescript about three niches
long, an nttrocious rascal of forbidding
appearance. Dr. Vun Denborg is the
great worm exterminator of the century.
Bead his advertisement in another col
umn. AX KSTKKI'HMIMUl'OltTLAX! FlUM. Cog
gins A Beach, at No. (V Front street, have
an advertisement iu to-day'a paper, to
which we invite the attention of our read
ers. This firm has the agency for AvcriU's
Mixed Paint for Oregon and Washington
Territory, aud are prepared to fill orders
at San rrancisco prices. They are also
telling Han Francisco Uubber Paint,
which has acquired a wide reputation as a
good article. This firm carries u large
stcck of doors, sashes and blind, in which
line they have an immense trade and mo
therefore able to give low rates to custom.
en. Contractors and dealers iu the coun
try are requested to send for their list of
prices, which will be furnished on appli
A Polish peasant woman at Mankowo,
young, handsome, and with a fine voice,
has established a new sect and chosen
twelve apostles to preach alwliuuiico from
wine, meat and marriage.
At the foot of profession tho chiropo
1879. STATE FAIR. 1870.
REED'S OPERA HOUSE,
not a stranger to perils by the sea,
Omcior FiiiKstDH. The JmJon Iruth,
speaking of officious friends, says;
"Friendship among them means a lien,
not a loan ; powetmion, not exchange ;
and they will not amend their record.
With such friends as these, at those mo
menu when vou take stock, as it were.
of vour life, ycu are forced to ask your
seff what do yoa get out of at all 7 You
nm Hmihbed. tyrannized over, rebuked
and set down ; you n-e always in disgrace,
and you may not call your soul your own;
your life is regulated lor you, not accord
ing to your own desires, nor even for
your own best needs, but according to the
fancies of those you do not understand
uriint ilwv am about. Your'.tlme is taken
up, your pursuit are Interfered with,
your sympathies restrained, your affec
tions chllled-and all for what?"
The police of Chicago had occasion to
make a raid upon tho office of a "ticket
acalper" In that city recently, and among
the stock discovered were passes and
thousand-mile tickets to the value ot
nearly 1500, which hod been granted by
railroad companies to various individuals
and by them disposed of for money consideration,
rpIIK ATTItAONON ATTIIIB lOI'i;i,Alt
X Disco or auiUMrntiit ilurliu Mm romliiK
HUte Kalr will farexcal anylliljicof llio klml
ever preneouxl t Ibis liouno Uurluif nny lm:
Ur ocnas on, Oritur no le than llio Uiir
nceiil MKRUire' tiuporu i'rmuun uiirii4iiy,
Irom the flililwlo Tlifslrc, Hn KntticlMin,
This I m memo compsny I mint pur fro t an
me Aimrieaii lse. roinprmoir otiiy uriuuoi
superior -xclleriesttfalljrslf'rtel for lln-ir
u.erlorliy In dremullo rl. T!;e .uy u, t,v
proluel will niituiue all llio Intern uovrlllni,
i put on His stand wltb entirely ne-r ncuncry
unit iijecnHFiicaj rneo-4 wi'uwr tiiniiirvj.ifin
of llio exptrteiicfd actor and iiiiiKir Mr,
John Msvulre, llio Je of I lie I'ortUinl Tim
but. Our rxsders will lo well IomvhII llitim.
telve of till ripportualtr loenloy llinvrrut
treat which will be pns.enteil tolliem al l(vel's
uiwra jioaao uunnc in ru. m niu, cimi
CLACKAMAS PAPER CO.
Muniifaolursrs anil Dcnlprs In
l()U Trout 8trt, I'ortUnd, Or-
IN STOCK t
NF.WH PIUNT, Whlteaud Colored.
BOOK PAIT.ItS, White ami Tinted.
FliAT PAPHllH. of all dosoripllons.
KNVI.I.OPIvS, of all sires uml qualllies
CAHDllOAllDof nil Muds.
OLA.r.l) AND PLATUD PAPHllH
STHAW and IIINDKIIS' IIOAUDH.
TWINKS, F.tc, Kto.
Crtl Cut to Orders
AontH ibi'Slutttuuk A Flotohor'
Nvoll-known Dlnok ttnil
TYPE FOR SAUB.
Wo havo Hoveral fouls of Jidi Type
(nearly new), which wo will soil low.
Cases, (lalloys, Lend, Itulos ami
Printers' neceinaiies generally kept on
NewsMiporn outfitted ut list price
WINE AND SPIRIT
01 Front anil 01 Klrtl SI., I'urlUinl, Or.
Cyrtts Noblo Dlatillory,
I.yuctibtirx, Oh Id,
Alxt fcfcp on tun.) lto iMirlutiil ut Ibe ful
tonln( Urutllii litaaiU of
U.VITKB Wi: BrAND
WKt.l.i:it'rf Old) 1IOIMUIO.V,
OLD HICKOItY IIOUIIIIOS,
OI.l) COPl'Kll l)ldrtt.l.:i) ItYK.
Foreign aad Doncillc Wlnrt, Brandlri,
(ilnt, Kui. and all the Leading
Brands or Bitters and late tioodi.
tPlliDcri MILWAIKKE 1IEEU.
M KIXSTRVS I'ATKlfT
ELASTIC, FIRE & W4TEF.-PA00F
For Hooting both on Tin an I Bhluglrs
fftlK IIMTI'ltKHVATIVKOr'TlN AND
a iiliixli'rtviriiiiiho woru. wui.tipki
i any UMif. Wo refr liy uriiiU.Itn lo J I.
iKinuvun. Julr. Klitpp, All.ky A Uift, li
M.lilnnll A Ontmati, mill oitmr clluoix of
IVirllnii.t. The paint will Im .uubIIcn! tr
lluUt. IMVUA Co., lSKIUiKl.al U (if.
lull hucli icallou W o-vrr 1 Kjuf-4 tin
ami t Ur thlnla roof-but nti cml It nw
fiaary. Kull Ulrctloncrvimitiy r.rh iwk
K. All liifiinnallou wltli rr(rl u lti llnl
cau bo bad liy adilrvwlns
McKJ.SMrilY .1 IIKNIUIY,
I'rr rur llli.lnr.4
Mid Hit, prarllral Uuilmir
I lf In icinilf raur oil
Mi'truciiiin in Il.Klkriiiit.j
iiiniiic. form, iiuiinr
lit. L'h.ll.l. t, .... k . I
r.flll. ihhucii... r Ul
full Infiirtiiallnti aiiiirrta
rmH' ,t U'MI. lTltnmt
P. NOHTO.V, VmntUt.
h,.SKL, I'orUniid, 0n.
rMUrt HOl'HK IH NKWI.Y Ill'll.T, IH A
- finrwf bttcW, nnwl furnidinl thruuxli
out, for llm amiimiioitattnDuf lha travetliiK put.
Iw la Knriil. Two blorki frum llm lU-amililii
an.) O. H, S. Va.' tlx-Vt. rWoniil Ui imrie.
llvsrl ami U-lng r-rilr, l and unwanli, ao
ronlinx t runin. Vrro ruach lo ami from tho
bwiw. JyU Ini
JOHN J. 8CHILLINCER-8
I'alrnl Vtrr, Walrmml Kru.l Proof
rpifK UNfiKllMKJNKIi I'ltOI'lliKTOK OK
- IhU valuablaiiaUnl on I lie I'aelne l.'oaat.
!rDHfrU lit KXlTtllfl Ull firdafa ffirO..
ulifivtt nUiiia for walk, u1vm cIlnr, floor iv
Hllll 1.11 I...I l.,l ...m ..... 1.1. . .
laid In all hainil In any rolur or varlrly of
roliiin. Ordnra mar lm lull alHI Kroul iri
nrnxwIUi Hi I lollin l'(iii, I'oMUlid.
given ami ralitnal niailn by mall.
UIIAH. II. DUIIIIKUOI', l'roirli
BISHOP SCOTT GRAMMAR SOHOi
J. W. HILL. B. A.i Hml Miuiter, Portlniui, 0r,
liifflttiMfSy III 1
.- 8 HaHflaHpflJillLtel:' M
4Kml9llHlJi W pWai HHI BWi WBT Wt wSSt iii IBkjiH
A SMialol IiV a full wrtxil eilrlK.il lrt Itr.a. I'll I. I ! il'H.r I
Ibikmlllliiiif f,.r (iillVttuir fur biltlliiuu, 1 lm omrwi .f tlllily ir ,
Urilien anntml tnvtcry 'ii'd, an I w ml unn UVen with tlm ..(! ' j -5,11
am ixuiililcrvl lnnnlwr f IIik llrl Ma.br riinly and tiJul.! anvHinjiii I ,( ,,,,!:
nv llttiDaml imv fMin ill4uf anlisiiM IVr Oitlbr inforiinltmi .if naUt..r niifwni!;
Mtor,J. II IIII.I-. I A , or Ihs Hm-lnr. Ot III. lUv II W MoUltlx. I ) , ,3,"',
Dr. J.IM. Van cnberRh,8r
Wo ia Flrt HI,, lid, Tailor A Hahuoa,
THK QWVT WORM rSCTKIUtlNATOR
i ol Son fromUm,
WnuU Inlttrn lit Jt. fi.ll; th.l UhiI M ra
lUtialta iU. cl tiiiHlirlna tritl cufgff In KutvM
J Ilia lnlU.1 Utt 4 okVhri, r) !. WutCH.
Iftla. liM, If ! nlft.ll.Ml hl lnl,lllaill
ffwiua Id Ilia f.luiw4l IKal that aia Imu, ftrula ftal
atKMtk iliai4wa tr tttu Sttl4Ua, 4iltmit vf
lha ff ulanUutMi. Ilia (hiMic gbfllr, rf laa
rrcfMaitf, at taiga, ar hwi i T 0a hift.UHr U i.
(lama ! ata lr.U4 dj .n.ix.nl i).U... fv 11,1a,
Ihtt, i-t m,h a runiiit.lfit, lli-it ah, aalul II Ilia
ilUcaa Km tatiuit4itltl a f, ,l,Mr,i4 lti VaA fa,.
WrU a Sutl4M Uiftn rittilr a-iutl kata bfttiWl.
aUl; mt4 lha ri.HJnl at Kara tataa (natiii a tt
oiany t,r tr ai4 lulftfKa la a.Uta4 a l
alWIt t.1 CallfuritU etU aM biU. .liVK,Vt .!;
U14, la tiLaarralt,, an4 ailaiMlva alMinMl,U, l,a
ran uh laIUii.tt ( ha liu ittaidMf ta
aJWa for .iw.r(u nit u II a Mtn'lo tliap,
ttila, ChritiK '.fl.vtU.!.. ul thf U1.1 u4 nil.
;. ftil afid at l 94 r4 CiiiiM4la, Hta
SrlHn, lJr, Shvitfi.lMtiba ir lrWl 94tlMM
.Nirivu. (talHlll. f.UMk )Ua, UKgo.lu, .V.uiU.
rta, lutrti, liiMillnb ml I itua, tl,ail, Itianf
Alliua, IH.Ulra, 1KJ-J . alvl alt h9 llMa kl.a
ar kfMtvH tilr lit tiaiMi M VaMtf. tft u a,ai
Itta. in ail IU ffXtna. ItvuMtKaa, illrat. tiliMuK. lata
l'li(ll, l!UHnMlKii tA lha IW.JJ. ahl 1I.U
UUfN l.lnnlalkMia, ISmIwI, Ml4, fbutaa,
lifVlrlwa iil all iv,u rwH1 "l 1 '" ""
r Tuaw(a awrnd nb vr lltvul i !! In tacanl
tfMii! iMjt.a )a llw ifnut aui U liwaa
Ihfa Uiall ila;, r tMaKafi;.
lurlkaa n. ar all llm-al. If Vat. maUtb f
a., ha aial lai.tliMal rbw.lta.
Ir i w,iWf(l. uUaJ.lM iSm, UlWiriJ.4
llll ll,fuln'M at It., tlaiua U U) kta MO !
tir an IWnUtah'a l.f.tt.U. Wx. kffu It CIU
Jrao. I'lWa 11 Hanutlnl ta HM III -4, t Ifc
Iff c.iMHtlf,f atul Mfffilf,,. a iMJa aiamlfUtUai,
lha alH.(l ia lrntf IWlr JtU aia rauaa If
rn n i4. at all !.. If taH lnti.
lall IK,ti fp-m aiKal at IM, at f.(faw
(Vf.rt)iuifji at4 iiffjf.alt".a lra f rhnra.
In all (, ff ta If.f.frtalij iuttalMa lai all aka.
u a 1 l Ika iMOia, e Uf j.
full l Warm Kl.
TMt ta torcrllfr Ibal fir. Van DvnUrtb ir'lt4
lai Uaruti full Of otml ffula M , anltt l-urlna-eljtilUi
Uu loslica In lti!b. and I 1W
Hi a liaw tutu aaln I fwlda uu T'aalf ucd
autt, t-alwrau X and T, fwllafcd. Oi.ffxn
llt SOOO Warm tt.itallt
On UIUof I'l. Van lxniilia Worm ;rx
iKlld utrr 'aOA 0tna fttim Mf aan U jaan
. K. S tiairnm, ' Saloiua alia.
roattitm. Marti UTt
Mimltr Will !...
Oo tfltlla tit tn an tn Itarin'a Worn Mta
illld utarSO'i uitti ftu "ij t lAala. ai4
ha.) Ida ,fft uf tu(ln hlu of .((ifo.. ttia.iti,
traldann Klf lilfulh and bt half arl l-latJ
randU IKtiixiK II .ia.
l"uarLiio naKw it am art
A t.l '& wUfl. llrnlh ai,nl nrll
an I'liuiH. U..K 1, lit I
TkU ta Wi rrilf ltl I U.4 Um baarta l-rf lfu
faara UH a naitiiliti l .Ma fltfmaa aad lw
mvuUia tvaiAftad tnf iVad itwil fwliifv ant Wra.
aSt ffoi MtMf Mifaf 4-aw lw alUa.U4 IM
Ulian U(iUji1U I.T lha J.iok.n. J4 lf, frtaoda, I
Ukan I ir J V I'. V.w Iwhii. . aCba K.
M Hill) ttri.t. S I ,Mtlliiilwlvi aia alMta,
aUr a tlm anu aatafid aaaaniiaaliMi fr aailaHaar
alfrfta at! tail.! iaall 1 a fM af vtMiaM.
ad toMJ atvt U Ita4 fviwhi, lb iw( .1). uj
Irooa ftwaitrl.cn il 4. i.al .taav. iHaHi ! '
qa4ta aiakb ya.a tta laiainll ft 'i4aa aW 1 i
; ad itld oalt mm Ik. . .If 1 ttlaa , atlar.
ail, t&J to o..l. alhtr lit 1 a ... .IS4 j
I walb nl Mftl nwtriaf I 4. . .j. I WaWft
I alMdd im La datad htt Im th aallUVI lrlMl
Ur J I' I' a iNUTh'. aa.laMr to; SI la tawa'd.
avl It wrwaf aa frtabja a -
K a iiiim:
I rllf la.l ItV ahnaa t..H i lra ad I hat i
lni)If Ull l,in far a Ir ml ;. 4uaa-j '
liuMllxfa I IIAA f rm,,HCU.M It.
(lIU. Mil Kt"f ., avao I r
a Aitrliifn It a w '
raltlolHr.l H t,7
ail hww if, frf. fraiaai,a.aii i '
IliairtalKfl atUBM , "
MrSB9mm9m ."' 1
1 vpvTtEffHfJfffftfMflfflffffH ,'!'iM
Brackets uml Chnudthl
Til aaWlilatbuOlt Im'.la ,(a Mil
I la ma.il fi lvy fllltl tiaaa ' i i,v
niatilad l(H alil u ((a. a . ,.u
. mania I'll IT H4lini')il j
lliltaiir waUf Milk-tall r'.all I lAli
ilea al tirttMllaHtlIV Hit 1 1 -a la
It H4tla, taUWIt May In? drdu, tr I Waif
' L. SAMUEL.
113 HorrUon SI , PeMluil
Solo AOrtlll fu' Olfl i), Wtv-
AOrtlll rur urr.i i),
inUt"H unit IU( l(
LIME ! LIME
imnyn llil cau riot rail ui pock iim nmiau to
iia trcaieai capaeiir mi
band in uniform
htly. A allver rornnt
intrtuja inn Kruuuut
t'rop, and ilunuger.
Portland Business Directory
IMJ YM CI AN A.1l HVilUKtW.
OAKnWKiX. W. IJ.-M. K. cor. Vii.i and Mor
riaon, over Morif. ralacnof Art.
ADAMH, W II, w Iiakurn' Jlulldlinf, corner
WaaUluifUiii mid Klrat.
Tllttllfl'lfifllfflinl Kavlti j Iwu,,. ti.i..tl .-..,.
aWllMr.MOTb, " ' ""
hUUKKV" BAM JUA.N MMK,
WmiM rMiwifully mil tlm alUnllotir.f dMlm
mill wnlrtfir In lint brand Wura iturcJiuliig
rlwjifrr, Wnaliall dilivor to lnvita full ui
fir "ii liand ut all time, ami nt IU lnwwl market
rVAiuiAMi a i:i.i,i'i"r.
OLYMPIA OYSTERS !
fWII.I, HMA. OLYMPIA OYMTKIH AT II
Hr aann.ainl will alwaya aoll a I'lican aa
any otliordtuUrlu Hi trail. ""'""I' "
W. 8. fAILINO,
II anil l'4 (tiilral Marital,
In J I' I' V lPaaaM JVar an I d l m.
flulf lit mat. Ik nn.,u.f mim 1'iaf lh U.I
Utrr )(l Nat U. uAiu4' W i.iUi.iUflr(
lln tJl a tlattc uaulkala w; iktaut, ala
ln In nr ta and iWad w.j I txaaM M4 4l-a(l
ami I y i., nartut thai II . Hh 4im.JI rtMlJ
MUrm nif ilnl(.i. .(.Wt. luj Wan tar U, fValma M
Ui Aa( tail Jul., aa a H-tt- J illlrt la ti, ffna,
rruro itoaMMUnl tu aol tuiaarf I tiad ad u
aura a.afobn I bad Um 4.lf. a (,l 4aJ
vllbvql any til, aud t-llaiM.,- lUt aaa a kal
far tn bul lu lino' i uttlil daal), wU t.lur n wl
f aun.f in nfu ,4 air lrvlt Ih-ufhl I It ad tavntao,
Mtd bad Uliar a. Or Van tianUryk II ltl M Tai
nn Utal aurma war llc ran a all laf UmU., a
ma flta nall t..l.i and In alil Mir IWiiri
al ilTiO aniMt, frn m Uh Wi ana al a kail
lta)H Uaf. ,ti. .., (., M ih.l day, at.1 lb. f,
li4 oaaWl. - -n, .'-I I am tw hM' V
I faW llkr ..nw bH ., an.1 an, r.k.Wl
alvfitii I, hi la. t. la II aMIlll 14 l
It in l. i fKi.' .i.f n t ;
I vronld alabi to lb nAr tbat I bVn Urn aT
fltrtnl ffir al.Hil tn jmn inl iloabulnc "' '"'
ly rvrry mmlalht wild many (rnil.lp..l tiby.
aldaix, williiMit any rrllf, until I nwatilln) fir.
Van Intti Hrrgli, Hr, Ih mM wnnna wria ttm
euiiati of my n)iidlnl. liy UIiIiik flvo nf lilt
worm milcr I jnjar 60 wnrma in (,b h.un.
Tbry arc lnit una ami a iutW Inrlir In
tcnglli .Vtiw all my allinanU ihI mlim tem in
nan ku inn alUfjffllirr. I ra4ala al ."Jn. 1ST
Htark llrvet Juacril I.KIIMi
roMtbasI), On., AllfrUdM, IStV.
Nil lltliutril kniI Kltfltly.Thrvn Wnrma
Aflrr nilfrrln j fur li yran lnt lying In nil
Iwajiiul Ut tlirtx) moull.a, and Mnj Mulfnl ainl
lnjif wild morj.lilm. ami "InijiK"! by many
bliyalHan fur Dili, ilitt uml auh itiuiiJalnla, nil
1 cniiaulM )r. Van Ilnr)(li, of .S'u. '.t2 Klril
lrri, I'urtUntl, Jin mid II waa worm whlfd
caiimt all my iulatry, and aflrr lakliiK 10 df hit
iinall vruriii iwdrra, jaiiwcd fRI Iiirrlbln I.-di.
In tr worfiK. fVdiia liiniirr.l nna and unn-ball
Irirlin In laniitli, by tlirrt eiulilb of n mrli In
llileknnM. 1 rralil nit italit, at No. I Kir. I
Irrcl, I'nrtlatid, Origiin,
I'ttira II. Kkukiwi,.
Fariuvrn Tnko NoU
ri'ltl'. nmmx Ajtt ii ittl
a .any !nl I ia.i . .(.m
tr fat IUuC Mk, M 1 - a aMtJ
. Ml, la ll Mtmnaattt .'.!. r ; . iVfarj
lUrtoy r, Or(rt I ittt,1 tt-n.,
A. Ilnar, llutaUrd r,
t)itif Hrowi,,iitti, .
Wfat II. Ilaltawaa. al,i,..
Uafrt 1 1 mil. HatWlMtily
J. l -nil, AUaaoy.or
MtaiHb X tfaoaaaValal Jitlvl ',
TlWalt("" A Haaah, J.4i ' ' "
)', ,. l"h4Tl, .nl .r "i
H y. 4if, MtMinfc ;.- "r,
, II tt .ni.ftlta. Itb.f UU,
V ti Into I.drMivl.. .
1 Hi fit llnblaart. JiiU -
T. W MICM, ttUaa.n-
My) Ja.riM.la, Vamr.,.,..-. r,
J. bti liaaMlb. iVlii, .
Jatawa I. ttuatras, Wall W T
Alll l..,aj.A.r j . 7
liitby, Vti.lU. t,
I '. Muby, I , --, , ,
If au( ratjl lu f. . ltv" '
abnl a(lU, rmivl k1' J' H't
IW InawlifUKv ( $..1. : ".
Orrjjon and WnaliliiElfii I li)'lrfA
Itraima nd v 1 ml N ian.il
Kltlirr or llmh MUrd lomJJ1
t v raM '
I t t
rrm: atkamkk m
IKT) Iff Ibolliarlfr.. ii)
family Ttiy pan l ud w
in llliir, m II ta in.i. ..(..
yUUUU4 lu I bat MUnin "' '
Ifttay aro uaml in alfaaUni.
li I ItUffcl of lb ki-f'
lb full Uriul J llat. I.a.1 I)
Ii wan(r. Jn tmnt Irmt. "' "
orUlralHttf ran Im t,ivd w.n. f'
wlian litM, ami am mtatly a'' ' s"
.rJliiUaNtiilr(lantJttT i nil-Iff
ld by AK'ttla lu i 1
Aila will llun yu ab A
JAM r M. l I i-VY
D. W. PRENTICE & CO
Willi vlllCSIn It'll tit
imuvu a Itttltui tun iKt.Hr. '
1 Olnlid, Ntlnt Mill lltf ii I H j
Kaluy and Nlandaril Onali
Ur riral llrrl, "nrllMlid
HMlTlf.DH. K.O.-107 Klratatretl,
MB. WALLAOK.HBOIIKT IlKTKOTIVB
aud CollMUr, mlu l ilUUtiee
promptly tUu lad to. Onr.ltli uml Muluioii.
A Unrm I linnrat for n Mmnll, IJihjiI !-.
IllK rtltralliiriK In I'o(IhMI, '
NKW MILLINKItY ftT0.tr... (.OOIW,
. 11"u,lllr', "J furnlmru, all netjc(le.
lent UmhUuu, Jlnu tore, tilruilli trail twcurrtl.
ml filturo huxm Miir., Will U told ata
illaooutit, owner U cuing Kat
Kor jnf..rmtlou .,l oraddrv.. Tubroiun
Olllc, I'milinul, Orrgvn, JulHlf
MONEY M)ANKD-aOOUH I10UOSIT
iinwtnu Mnt,lAuiaunla Oollectad. T.
A. WOOIJ4 CO., PrinolpiTil Kl Utltal Agnl J
fan i ail ii
Wliareirt)poupci"7r Jlrnvl.r In ticollant
ordr wliloti vr wll ! Tor V rani iir pound.
COGGINft . BEACH,
WbolMtUtnd lUtlll Daaleri In
AVERILL AND RUBBER
Doom, Window nnd Blinds, Palnli, Oil.
Bruihei, etc, oto.
No. Oft I'roMtStra.t, I'ortlnrid.
MrOoiitrtacUir ami I)alri ara rrtiuiateil
fiiilf(irnurllt)f prlmiq, "-lUMieu
M. G. NEWBERRY
WholrMla Ilinlor m OroKon And
Fruit, Produce, Mill Feed, etc.
132 FRONT STREET.
TKF,NKNA. & WOLFF,
Ami Miiiifai"tiirri u(
TiwU for I'Uiiliijt, MoIiIIiik niiJ WM
C'allla llrniiila, Iron lliiuait Hurk.1' f,
HnlllHK lur frMrfa, niiiiH ."'" i
ut llrttvtfirr iVttrla '"
la ardor. .
Alan Kami Maclilimry rpalrrdiiuliMl1'
ami t.iL. ...k.iu .....f .,.!.. raj.
. lit , tun fffnitn f.if, i ' -- " , ,
Mai, OVaiiiltll p-roitlNlr.r-l I'tirll1, ,
ROCK SOAP I
Xlu lioHr Mniiii id1!
Aak your Qrooer ftir Itt
M. CJ. NlU'iVUlUIciK-1'
iuu rniiti mi, , i-ofiiiuiiiiO1
Ak.iu tr Orison ami WnaliliiaM'" TJ
rortUml, i i i 0rno.
llooiim 8 ami D, over Flmt Niilloiial m
. ftirtloujar atUiillou paid tu builB"
wi,v. , vvuriai
, . tm t-'
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