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: v Tou hate riot got
?i iv," the guard an-j
ie tfckets, please, the
ii I to her companion.
u.e Uiv.rx it von co
-JM.tud." 1T friend an-
clivr miss it thsn r on it
itiuowei-s. I will tell you
tor.p-'.uru. she anowovea as
;'A ,vu:!i li'.Ie of the val-
find oiurea iuui oi
Hiiiiin lMio 'IbIf I tn .!
lv nrr t.Mr Over Trifles,
A wcmnB may be a tT""d hiuisckeev
er without bin;r a fussy ontu There
is nothing so trjing to th nerves of a
person as one of these fussy people In
family, bhe never rest hersoli nor
allows any one else to rest. She Is
always in a continual worry for fear
somethinjr i out of place. Each arti
cle ef furniture is arranged just
such a way, so that a person going
away to be gone some time may return
at the end of a year or two and find
every thing in the name place that it
was on the day of departure. Hie
em-tains on all the windows must be
pulled down to the. aame level, unless
when the sun nods hi colden head at
APHASIA IN FOUR FORMS.
An tnearahl, Slfsierlnns IViara.e That
Itafttrs tinman Knowledge.
There are faur forms of aphasia
which co exist or which may be found
i-taiated. First, the loss of the power I
of understanding spoken words, or. as
it has been named rather Improperly, I
'nee the failure is not physical but
mental, verbal deafness; second, verbal
bliadness, or the inability to read; third.
motor aphasia, or the loss of the power
of articulate speech; fourth, agraphia
a term invented, wa believe, by the
English physician Dr. Ogle or the loss
of the power of writing. An lustanee
of the loss of the faculty of understand-
snoken words, while that of the
uderstanding wonts wntten remained.
one of the windows, then down comet I is quoted by Si. Ballet from Abercom-
.. I will not rob you
,i scd inis-.ing dn train to!
in t-.e Kil s-iul. r
se thorn, p.fa-se. 1 ar.l some
titions about it You know
t ae.al on the trams at one
1 from school. The con-.
- nm rcln was a great big man
" ro-f, with hair tinrod with
. ' nnt'er what the season.
- r. :.i r or winter, he alwavs wore a
.-r en the lapel of his coat One
tr I pji-ked up courage to ask him why
.1. you see, rr.i, I have got a
i1 -f w,-'i' rpat home, that thinks a 1
' t dorl of me. Xo one would ever
V"v V.ulv mixed up in a railroad
who wore a flower
- C em. She pinned the .
m ' wer to my coat that
j -e on a train, aud now I'd
f.i wvL.ouYtwj dinner on a trip1
.-.I'Oird without mv flower, be
VVre von ever a ' train when an
Vr.t occurred?" I aked him.
S I wss once," he said, "and I
i o-t the onlv one on the car who j
Set get hurt badly. When the
t rsrac I did not get a scratch; and
Vj know, miss. I still think it was
; j. it my wife pinned on my coat.
! . r rrr.j ers that kept me safe that
v -re the conductor told me that
I must confess I have been affect
:h the Stsaie srrperstition, if you
j mind to call it so; but it i
.-s one, at all events."
i t eii!v,.iamoa accepted the flower.
, 1 ti.e two voting ladies boarded the
-ai;u rhi-aMphia Xorth American.
AT THE CONCERT
Movj Two Society Angels Snrrdd In nr-
inapm ijooa limn.
' "ky, Msraie, is this yoi?'
.'iv, S'idie is it0ssiWe?"
. .wri-'-f yoa happen to get the seat
' h xt to mine.''
: "I don't tnoto, renllv. Brother Jack
I i the Fest for me."
'II vw rerfcctlg lovelyP'
-Oh, perfectly sol".
: rTe just been wotiderin who would
-, t r.es.t to me; and to think it s you!"
t.-. -I'm ever so glad!"
"I'm niort than glad. And I've a
whole pound of caramels." .
j "And I've marshmallows in this
r "It's too lovelv to thiuk of our having
S'-sts ri-jht together.'''' - J
'I've dozens of things to tell you.'J
"And I von. And I don't care a bit
for this old concert.'"
VVsor L I onlv came because every
ody ele did, and because Madam
.irveamer is to wear two new cos-
- tunics." '
"Is she? IIow lovelv! I'm so jrlad I
"So am I pai-wcnlarly since you're
? "How good of vou to say so."
"IVe been counting the new bon-
i. "Have you? I counted nearly one
hundred at our church yesterday."
- "There are more than that here to
day. And. some of them are just lovely.
' Til show you where they are. There's
one at the end of the first row on the
left side in the dress circle."
"Isn't it lovely?"
; "Yes; and ther-2 comes m Madame
Screamer. How do you like her cos-
"Do you like it?"
"No; not much."
"I think i la horrid."
"So do I. Jo take some more cara-
. "I wul xf you 11 take more of my
"Let us not stay any longer."
"Very well. We'll go out and look
at the new bonnets in Madame Flower's
"That'll be lovely.''''
So it wiU."
And they go.
Which is "too lovely" for all who
'.. sat within fifteen feet of them Detroit
that blind full length, directly in the
friendly face cf this genial fellow. No
speck of dust ever finds a resting-place
in her house, neither does a ray of sun
light. Both are unwelcome visitors,
and she does not encourage them to
When a visitor comes to the house
her nerves are put to a hard trial, for
she can not sit still for any length of
time, but will jump up in the midst of
some story that the guest is telling to
arrange the table-cover that seems one
sided, then the conversatioa will go on
until her sharp eves catch sight of a
thread on the c-rpet, and for her there
can be no peace of mind until it is re
moved. At the risk of offending her
caller she again arises, by so doing
very often breaking the thread of the
conversation, and picks up the obnox
ious irritant. The visitor very justly
remarks here: "Why don't you rest a
little while, you always seem to be
working; I never see you sitting
down." "Oh, replies the housekeep
er, "I don't have any time, I am work
ing all the time, and I ara never really
Very few callers feel at all at their
ease while visiting such a person, and
if they are at all like the w riter of this
article, they feel, to uso a homely ex
pression, "like a cat in a strange garret."
Women with large families are sel
dom fussy housekeepers, for even if
they are so inclined their many duties
will not permit them the time to fuss
over little tnmgs, wnicn is extremely
fortunate for themselves and their fam
There is no necessity for a woman to
be all the time worrying over such
trifles as specks of dust. She can be a
good housekeeper and her house be in
any thing but disorder, without carry
ing t. duster all the time in her hand.
or without shutting out the sunlight,
even though its brightness makes the
furniture look dingy and she has to lay
down a paper where the rays aro in
danger of fading the enrpet.
A place for every thing and every
tiling in its place," is a good rule by
which to work, generally, but there are
some things for which it is hard to find
a place, and one of these is dust. The
best receptacle for this article is a damp
duster, which may be washed out easi
ly, but even this w ill not hold all the
dust in the room, and after a thorough
cleaning of the furniture there will
still be some about that will settle on
the cleansed articles. Let it lie there:
it will do no harm; .better that it should
be at rest than floating through the
room, waiting to te nreatnert in by
some of the inmates of the house.
Faris has discovered a new poet,
Jehaa Sarrazin bv name, who is not a
peasant like Rolline, has not been
puffed by Albert WolS does not know
Sarah Bernhardt is not a Parisian or a
man of the world, but is a peddler of
olives in a concert hall. He sells his
books with, his olives; is becoming
wealthy, has real talent in him and will
be famous, so they say. Boston Globe.
Louis Blanding, of California, says
the generally accepted statement that
the largest nugget ever found in Call'
forma was worth a little more than
$ 21.000 is erroneous. He says that J.
Jrinney, "Old Virginia, found a
A Veteran" Reminiscence of thm Terrible
Wr of ise.
"Did I ever tell vou f a little inci
dent that happened during the Indian
war of 1862? said Lieutenant Mor
Sran, of the police force, recently.
'Well. I was a member of Company
A, 6th Minnesota volunteers. When
we were up in a county which had
been devastated by the Sioux there was
a detail from our company sent out un
der the command of Captain Grant of
my company, to bury the dead. Above
Birch coulee we found a man who told
us that he, with his wife, two daugh
ters and a little son, were in the gaixien
when he heard the crack of guns. His
wife and daughters dropped dead. He
grabbed the boy and started to run
down the road. He was followed bv
the Indians, yelling savagely and firing
rapidly. He could not carry the bov
and get away, s he dropped him and
ran on. The little fellow followed him,
shouting, 'Papa, papa!' but waa soon
overtaken bv the Indians, and he heard
him shriek and knew that he had beer
killed. After burying the dead around
Redwood we came back by the way of
where the man lived and found the
bodies of his wife and daughters as he
had said. Down the road we found the
body of the little boy thrown into the
hazel brush. The bodies were all muti
lated in a horrible manner. At the
fight at Birch coulee the man was
killed. If he told his name I can not
now remember. That was one family
entirely wiped out. In all the reports
of those dark days this circumstance
has never been published. St. Paul
bio. It is that of a gentleman farm
er In Scotland, who reoognl.ed the
sounds of spoken words without
understanding their meaning, and who,
to make communication with his
laborers possible, bad a written lis
in his room of the most ordinary terms
On hearmsr without in the least com-
prohonding the spoken words, he turned
to his list, and nis perception of what
was said Dicame clear, ut vernal
bliadness as it is called M. Ballet
gives an instance of a French merchant,
whom he calls M. P.. a man of fair cul
tivaton and more or less of a readiny
habit who through an accident in
hunting, lost the faeultv of reading.
M. P. understood perfectly everything
that was said to h;m, answered ques
tions with much precision, and ex
pressed himself with a certain degree
of facility. Moreover he wrote with
ease, not only his name and address.
but a long letter, and that without any
no.able mistake in orthography. The
interesting fact is that, though he could
write, and d d it with a certain ease, he
was inearable of reading. I writs.
he sa'd. as if my eyes were closod; I
de not read what I 'write. In fact he
was wholly unable to re read the words
which he had traced a few seconds be
fore." The letters themselves written
in this condition w;re quite equal to
I these which he had written before the
I accident befell him
Of motor aphasia, or the inability to
use articulate speech, M. Ballet gives
Instances of a patient at the Salt
petriere whoss reply to all questions
emsisb d of the word .Macasa, ma
cassa:" of another whi could only
sar "Monomo nentif;" of a third whi
was reduced t the expression "Iquipho
nhoiflui:"' and of a fourth whose to
cflbnlary did not go beyond "Ha len
abaden, badena." The jnor Ban 1-
laire could say only "C re nom. ere
aora," b.dng in this respect inferior to
a very d siinj rshed lalv, whoss con
versational powers extended to. though
not bevond. the entire p'irase of which
B.-videfaire rave the usual abbreviation
Still mre advanced was another ladv.
who repeated at evi-rv moment: "Mad
ame. ete, mon Dien. est il possible.
Iii the earl er stages of the mala Im
proper nsmes were forgotten. An em
tnent man of science was reduced to
designate the person of whom he spoke
s "My eolleagu-i who mveated suen a
thing." Next common noons diap-
oear. When the Abbe Pener aske-l for
ii:B hat ha sail: "Give me
what one put on one's . V
.oat w is. " what is worn to be dressed
:n." Scissors, with another patient.
jrere the things one cuts: the window
tvhat one looks through, what gives
I 1it Whatcannotbesaidbvpepl-jaf-
e-ted with m tor aphasia can sometimes
oe sun by trim. An oin -er wni eoui i
not pronounce the words 'enfant' and
"patrie," whose powers of speech were
confined to the word "nardi" and fie
letter "h," was capable of singing
with perfect articulation the first coup
fit of the ".Marseillaise. A larmer
"da Comte de Wiklow dont par e
Graves." cou!d not pronounce the
names of his wife and ch ldren. except
by reading: them. A striking instance
of agraphia is that of a Russian oilieer.
well acquainted" with Russian. Trench
nd German, who, having been at
ait-ted with mrtor aphasia as regards
French and German, afterward b.-carae
nbiect to airraphi ea regards all the
three languages; though he retained or
regained the power of speaking or
reading: them. A worn in, being aske I
to write her nama, produced the words
Sumil sidaa satren," and eave her
address as "Sunesr nut to iner linu
lain." An English naval oilieer, wih-
ing to write "Royal naval medical offi
ccr belong. ng to the Admiralty, was
constrained to add the terminat'on
dendd" to each word, and to write
"Rovondnd novendendd sforencendd
fsiet belondendJ," etc London Sat
tnHdent of M Mart liiisir'nti Monarch
l ife at Kj-mplifinhury.
Of the life and habits of the present
King of Bavnria very little Is known,
even to his own subjects. The crowds
of officials and servants attending on
him have direct 'orders to keep His
Majesty as much as possible out- of
sight of the public eye. The King lives
at present at Nymphenburg, a suburb
of Munich, in a secluded castle, which
is surrounded by a vast forest. No one
except the officers and the members of
the royal family Is allowed to enter the
castle, nor is tho unhappy monarch
allowed to quit his solitude oftener than
once or twice a montn. ut late tn
King's liu-.id moments have become
rarer and ara of short duration. When
ever he is allowed to walk in the dense
woods right in the neighborhood of his
castle, a strong guard always accom
panies him. Ihe police are notined
days before and search every spot with
in ten miles of Nymphenburg to scare
away the curious crowds which are
alwavs sure to gather on these occa
sions, in spite of the strict watcu oi a
numerous body of police your cor
respondent succeeded in catching a
glimpse of the lunatic monarch. He is
fine-lookinsr man, tall and slender In
appearance, his steps are snort, nasty
nd not seldom faltering. He resem
bles his brother, the late Ludwig, a good
deal, but his features aro of a softer
and more feminine cast His hair is of
a darker hue. His eyes are blue, but
they are a sad pair of human eyes to
behold. They are dull and lifeless
the eyes of an idiot
The King Is as helpless as a baby.
After rising late In the morning he has
to be dressed, and then is put in his
chair. He very soon makes known his
desire for a breakfast and a cup of
chocolate Is brought him. He is very
fond of chocolate. He drinks but lit
tie, however, and then calls for his body-
servant named "Fritz." "Frit., who
knows the Kings that are to come.
obevs the call of his lord. As soon as
he is within reach of the King's arnn
the insane man, with a pleasant smile.
pours tho rest of his vhcolate over
Fritz s ' head, bids him go away, and
throws the cup after lnm. "tritz.
who is paid well, does not mind it
much. He, as well as the other lackers
attending on the King, wear old and
soiled liveries, for sometimes the King
throws other things than cups of choco
late at their b'val heads.
King Olto likes to go to his safe, take
out small pieces of money, and either
distribute them among his attendants
or throw them out of the window.
Three or four times a week the O.ie.en
Dowager of Bavaria. King OUo'4
mother, comes to see him. The unfor
tunate man des not know his mother
any more. When his lackeys lead he
into his apartments the poor idiot often
tates her to be a poor woman, lie
gives a little money to the next courtier
and tells him to give it to "that poor
woman." The Queen's der-p grief
may br imagined. Poor Otto lias
always been her favorite child. In his
vouth Kini Otto was a fine, handsome
boy. He gave promise of great mtei
lectual powers. Then his father died
He was allowed to make a tour through
Italy. While in the land of everlasting
spring, young utto, little oiir tnaa
eighteen, fell in love with a pretty
actress. And after that he fell in love
with many other actresses and other
women. When he returned to Bavaria
he was found to havo in his bo iv the
seeds of a deadly disease. .V. T.
A Wa.h'ncton writer Iiaa bee. xaniln-
fua the record" iCh the result of finding
that Itit-rcM cheeks am i ow ner.t out to
rnly 8a (Vi persons, w hile at one time CV
Dur't sr t ' "Tti months f IS37E12..
tSo immiuranu arrived in Mew York.
000 checks were issued ou such payments, i
PHYSICIANS HAVE JTGtJHI OCT
That a contamlnutlnu and foreimt element tu
the blood, developed br Indigestion, 1 the cause
of rheuuiattxm. This settles upon the sensitive
sub-cutaneous covering of the musclei and lig
aments of the Joints, causing constant and
ehlf ling pain, and segregating a a calcareous
chalky deposit which produces stiffness and
distortion of the joint. No fact which exne
rlnnee has demonstrated in regard to Hoatet-
ter's Stomach Bitters has stronger evidence to
support than this, namelv. that this medicine
or comprem-nMve uses ctiecK the lormidatile
and atrocious discaKe. nor Is It lees positively
established that it is preferable to the poison
otien Baca lo arreet ic since me medicine con
tains only salutary iiiKredtetita. It is also a
siunul re-mod r for malaria! fevers. conMlDatton.
dvaiiMll,), ltia,flA ,nH I, I .. .4 .tlm.nl. .4...il-
ity ana other disorder. fcSoe ibat you get the 1
All diseases of lower bowel.
including pile tumors, radically curd
Book of particulars, 10 rents lo stamp.
World's Dispensary Medina.) Association, I
wa Main street, JJailalo. N. ,
Jack K II aln and Jem Smith will finht
In 5-jiatu for the worl rs championship.
When Baby wa sick we gave her Cantor! a.
When she was a Chtld. she cried for Cantoris,
When she became Ulsa, she clang to Castcnia,
When she had Children, she gars theinCastorta.
it i i-T
WILUAU CZCii SOfi,
" Whotwi' -r. i iia:ri rv-i''.- In
Cuns and Sporting uooas.
J S ' -V. 1
1886 was greater than ever before
The mole is an engineer, and
forms a tuunel quite as well as if h
had been Instructed by an engineer.
Report says that T. B. Aldrich hai
a dog trained to carry rolls of M9. senl
in by would-be contributors to the At
lantic Monthly and drop them into the
A Uerman cattle food, winch had a
large sale, was found to contain vegeta
ble ivory turnings eighty-eight parts and
common salt twelve part in one hun
dred; value, nil.
'I often tell my husband," smiled
Mrs. Jones to Duinley, whom Jones
brought homo unexpectedly to dinner.
"that if he will bring gentlemen to
dinner without letting me know a little
beforehand, he must not be disap
pointed if every thing Isn't Just as it
should be." Oh, I beg of you, my
dear madam, not to think of apologia-
Ing," responded Dumley, with profuse
politeness; "I have ealen worse dinners
than this. I as-mre you, and," he added.
I've eaten some pretty poor dinners.
too." Harper's Bazar.
READ THIS CAREFULLY.
Every man and vimu yanof or old, on this Ousst,
. no ntsitev voh, vim
under tnd. or cannot
nu a Ml dmcriptlun cf their trouble to
r ant on Ui train and Vint him He is pre-
vided ttt vr inttrament at sorierv. and the best
Hnnmtt orklninni, iItm : roawinahls charift All onrrea-
pondanoe Krlrtl, wmliaenlial. r.nwuM stamp. iwni
W. H FOKDRM, M. it ; offioea, a, aud IX Vint Ka-
onai Hans, roruani, imcon.
Rupture Permanently Cured.
Vn ninH WnrV .,., riav Ount narantsed.
Address bra. PoKDEX Ll'TllER, omeosS, aodu, !
First National Hank, fortlaad. Oreacn.
TllO product Of Canned frUlU IB I that Is afthctwl with any dias, no matter wbat. that
on . I tblr family physiota" d'je not nodi
t. Consultations fra.
Try Gkrmea for breakfast.
SJS.L, roML A TSWTB! Of SglB?
wtk and wholwmeaess. Hot aeononlcai trisi
errflnary ktauai, ar d eura- be scld a,rP3
One -vita vim naiiw w ww .
Mont or pfcoepnMe povim cpia w;r
itorar Btrm rowm uo. vrati swn- d- .
Mannfacturers AgonU for
Tj. C. Smith's, Colt s. Remington. Pbn nnttQ
Itblca, famer ana msnnsuas uuni
Winchester, Marlln. Batlard, fJolt U lit 09
Rend for Catalorae Vi. 5.
1S . 1T f4eod Ht Portland. Or.
I Riverside AT..BpnkaneraUa,W.'r. i4 State Bt,.gajgm.gr
Colt's and Smith & Wesson
Too Oiired. ,.
Is INFALLIBLE I '
Ask Your Druggist For
The Coronds-ioner cf ratenta has re-1
fused to register Ihe words ''iplgbta of
uuxir as a wniay irsxie-mara.
Hone on. hope ever." How many del
icate ladle there are who. while they at
tend to tbeir daily duties, do so with ach
ing heads, a sense of fullness, pain in the
ba a and depressed spirits, who are only
keeping about," as the phrase Is. Some
day they "no Into a decline." and leave
thrir children motherless.. To such we
wouldaav. "Cheer up." Timely use of IJr.
I lerce s Favorite I'rt-ecrmtioa " corrects I
all f male Irrcfrul art tiea. weakneaeea, and
kindred affections easily, pleaaantly and
. . i
A soanisn omcer has invented a war I
boat that will stay under water four da a.
V) BSH .HID Ell BACK.
LTsnosvitxa. Orleans Co., N. Y
April 2, 18-&.
About a year ago, I Imprudently stepped
off the Hudson Klver ears while they were
in motion. In trying to save myself from
a fearful fall I wrenrhed my back ter
ribly, ma nt tay l touia not waia,
and ( suffered pain from my neck tojnv
heels. Varioua applications were made,
but nothlnK which was daoe abated mi
ufferlnsT. Rein it anxious to ret up and
attend to business, 1 determined to place
three Auxoca a Porous Flastebs, ont
above the other, on my back. Imioutin
hour and a half tbey caused considerable
ttchintr. The pain and eoreneaa sensibly
decreased, and I reeted pretty well that
nitcnt. The next morning the itchina; be-
iran to be quite aevere under the plasters.
To ret some relief, I bad my back well
rubbed rronsvrava over the Piasters. I
vre.s surprised wltbla two hours after
wards to rind the pain and soreness almost
Kone. I staved In bed that day: ant the
meruit: tr aftervrards I aor up and attended
to bnaineaa. O. Y. Pbttsiajc.
Irritation of the Throw t sii
llnarscnrss Immediately relieved
"Uiws'i lironchieU Troche."
The enlr Mack of type, presses and
priii lino; material will be found at Palmer
VON MOLTKE'S ANCESTRY.
Jlece'vf -cold about six miles from
Downieviile, Sierra County, on August
21, .1866, that weighed 5,003 ounces.
The gold of that vicinity was worth $18
ji per ounce, which would make the value
of the nugget $J0.000.
The prints of peculiarly arran;ed
teeth were round m some cheese in a
house in Jersey City that was robbed a
i ' few nights ago. A colored man who
was arrested on suspicion was required
, tto bite a piece of the cheese; when his
- -teeth made the same marks as were up-
.- ,on the other piece, and he was coram it-
' ted for trial. Chicago Tribune.
A Philadelphia physician says that
" : a great deal of what passes for heart
. disease is only mild dyspepsia, that
nervousness is commonly bad temper
and that two-thirds of the so-called
f malnr js nothing but laziness. Prob
ably he doesn't tell his patients so, but
there is no doubt a good deal of truth
f In what die says. American Analyst.
V The Governor of Guadalajara has
-,e arranged lor the establishment of pawn
--ops in max otate similar to tne na-
jDnal pawnshops of Mexico, which lend
jiouf y.on collaterals at a very low rate
'-.terest. Private parties in the
capital nave already subscribed a
- of twentv-tLree thousand dol-
her Bubscriptions are coming
CARE OF FODDER.
The Advisability of Building- Crib In the
Farm Feeding- Lot.
There are far more cattle fattened
in yards, feeding lots and in groves
than in stables. This assertion will
hold good for very many years in the
United States, yet hew rany feeders
have the best facilities fr feeding?
Have you racks for hay and boxes for
corn? A majority have not! Why
waste good fodder and grain by having
it trampled into the gronnd, or so de-
Sled that stock can not eat it? No
matter how plentiful fodder may be,
or how cheap corn may be, if it will
pay to raise and harvest it, it will pay
to take care of it.
The same is especially true of hoirs.
When fed on the ground about one
quarter of the grain is muddied or lost.
The hos likes cleaa loofl; will not eat
that not clean unless forced to; cattle
and sheep will not, unless forced there
to by starvation. Many otherwise
good farmers build a pen in the Hold
where hojs are fed, and throw from
thence the corn daily to the hogs on
the ground. It will pay to cover the
crib, that the corn does not becomes
wet and then freeze. .Frozen corn can
not be broken down by either the teeth
of hogs or cattle, and hence much
passes through the animals undigested.
.The thawing out of grain in the stom
achs of animals is not good policy;
aeither is it good policy to throw feed
of any kind on the grouni. Fit up
convenient feeding racks and boxes.
Farm,- Fie'd and Utochtnan. .
The retired list of the navy is swell
ing, ihere are fifty Bear Admirals,
fifteen Commodores, fourteen Captains,
twelve Commanders, twenty Lieuten
ant Commanders, forty-one Lieuten
ants, forty-six surgeons, twenty pay
masters and seventy-two engineers.
The Great German Strategist a Direct De
scendant of m Scotch Family,
The Macgillonies of Strone acted
aarainst the interests of their chief. Lo-
chiel, and secured the favor of the Lord
of the Isles, for the names of their land
are not in the charter that was given to
John Garve for the other places in
Lochaler. On one occasion, when the
MacLeans were defeated, the young
widow of one of them fled with her
child to Strone and placed him under
the protection of the Maegillonies, who
acted a most friendly part to him, and
reared him carefully until in the course
of time he was restored to his kinsmen
He became a stalwart man in the course
of rears, and was known as John of
Lochaber, Iain Abrach. which term con
tinned as the patronymic of the lairds
of Coll until they ceased to exist as such.
Count von Multke
scendant of this child so
in Strone; in fact, he is a MacLeait of
the house of Mac Iain Abrach, his grand-
fathor having been a son of one of the
jairtls of Coll. The grandfather and one
of his brothers went as young men to
Oipenhagen, where tiie3" were success
ful in pushing on to good positions, and
the count has proved true to the war
like proclivities of his race. The CounJ
is not the only distinguished son of Iain
Abrach whose name has loeu known to
ihis generation, for the late llob.irt
Pasha was a great-grandson of tho
laird of Coll, whose daughter
was married to the Earl of Buck
inghamshire. The present excellent
chief of the clan Cameron the late
member of Parliament for Inverness
shire is also the great-grandson of this
descendant of the ancient foe of his
house, through his mother, Lady Vere
Ilobart; ami among the others we mar
mention Ihe name of Commander
Cameron, of African fame, who is the
great-grandson of a ladv of the house
of Coll. This lady's husband was the
son of Dr. Archibald Cameron, the
brother of the gentle Loehiel of '45, and
their son Hector, the grandfather of
Commander Cameron, was born m
Oban. This Hector was a distinguished
soldier and was mayor of Paris during
the occupation of the allies after the
capture of Jiapolcon Bonaparte. Scots
a to exist as such, i v
is the direct de- ith ' ,,'t p!U"e
, kindlv sheltered L
A curious flower is beingeultivated
by a lady at Barton, Fla. It is called
the veiled nun and Is of the lily species
and has a fan-shaped base, in front of
which projects a purple cell, and in the
cell is the pistil, on the apex of which
is a perfect face with a white hood or
veil almost exactly like that worn by
some of the orders of anna.
Keir Proeees for the Extraction
Sorar from th Cane.
A great deal of interest is felt here in
the experiments made at Ottawa, Kan.,
by Prof. Wylie, of the Agricultural !)
part men t. They show that by thi new
diffusion process the manufacturers of
sugar from Southern eane may Just
double their yield. This is lust the
problem that the cane-growers of he
South have b -en a long tims trying: to
solve. They have ben etrusLliog
along for vears masting barely a living
in the ho;e that by sime interposition
of Providence they would bo saved from
bankruptcy. This discovery probably
saves them. Itoffers a system by which
they may get ninety-live per cent of
the sug.-ir out of the cane, instead of
forty e eht per ceat, as they now do.
And It does not Increase the cost of
manufacturing, either. The only ad
ditional c st is the new machinery
The difTus'ort process is a peculiar
one. instead oi squeezing the juice
out as was alwavs done heretofore, this
process washes it out. Imagine a long
row of iron tanks holding parnaps
twenty budiels apiece and connected
bv iron ptoes which carrv hot water m
at the top of the lirst one and out at the
bottom, and thence Into the secoud one
at the top and out at the bottom, thence
into the third and fourth and so on to
the end of the long tjw. These tanks
are called a battery, though this nam
does not mean that ttu'ro is anv thing
in the wav of electricity used in the
process. The cane is sliced up into
thin slices and put into these tanks.
and after being steamod hot water is
forecl through the pipes and tanks. It
ent t at th.i end of t io row, carrying
along the sugar that
each chip of cane, and
by tho t nic it comes out of the last
tank it is very sweet. By keeping that
stream running through t'.io tanks a
few m'nntes, ninetv-fivo per cent, of
the suffar is taken out of the cane
The meaning of this Importnn t dis
covery is that this country in a few
rears is going to produce its own su
2 sr. Tiie dili'ttsion process is no more
costly than tho old svstom after the
machinery is obtaino f. nnd by it the
yield of sugar is doubled, both from
the South rn cina and from the
sorghum. Tiif? result will be not only
to stimulate the sugar manufacturer,
where tha Southern cano. is now grown,
b;it 13 open up new lields for tuts pro-
duet on. Mr. Mills, the Congressman
from Texas, says there are millions of
acres of fine cane land in his State
waiting for ome method of cheap pro
duction of BUirar. lie asserts that thera
is in th-i State of Texas alone enough
avatl tblo cane land to raise all the su
gar wanted by tho people of this coun
try. ' Then thjre is carro land in Mis
sissippi. l.ou's:ana, Arkansas and Flor
ula that has never vet been developed.
to sav nothing of the possibilities of
suzar-makiug from the Korthern cano
and from beets. Washington Cor. Chi
A Hungry Macnrne.
An old fellow stood in a butcher's
shop watching, with much interest, the
work of a new sausage grinder. Una
ble to resist a closer inspection, he
couched the machiue in a sensitive plane
and lost one of his lingers. A look of
astonishment crossed bis face.
"What's the matterf" the butcher
Nothin' much," he replied, lookiag
at hie bleeding "stub11 and then at the
grinder, "but I wut jest er thinkln' that
this is the haungrieei blamed machlac
v & Key's Portland house.
Relief is immediate and
Ptao'a Remedy for Catarrk.
a cure sure.
T-ast year California produced $19.78"
OUU in fcold.
Chronic nasal catarrh positively cured
oy nr. bage Keraedy.
Ont tottf taktn according to direction
will air bttttr rtauttt than a galieit cf
Sareaparila, or mnf of tho so-cafId Blood
PuriHorm with which tho marirtt it glutted.
At Brvggisfs, trice St. 00 pir bottle.
will bo paid for en case of Rheumatism
which Dr. Pardee's Remedy, property ad
ministered', fails t relieve.
Cares all Diseases originating from a
disordered state of the BLOOD or
LIVEB, Kheumatism, Neuralgia,
Boils, Blotches, Pimples, Scrofula,
Tumors, Salt Rheum and Mercurial
Pains readily yield to ita purifying
properties. It leavea the flood pure,
the Liver and Kidneys healthy and the
Complexion bright and clear.
J. R. GATES A CO., Proprietors
417 Saasotne Bfc. San Francteoo.
IIO to 875 per Set.
S ATilsLTlM sT.so ti 7s.ov
Cottars, Whir. Bohes and all SsddJerv- Good
n huiesal and llctail. UIV Rnd fur latalocue,
Vf. DAT1S. 41 Market Street.
Sax Fbascim.-, Cjuu
Enropva teMaa Mads
BREECH LOADING SHOT GUNS
31 anhattasi Aral C.
Kn ifVPlrt.i Snan. Tsrist Barrel $50 00
Kn Ail Ton Bn.n Tvrifvt Barrel 22001
No 61 Top Snap, Twist Barrel, extension
Hi. a Ton Rnan Twist Barrel, com Die
jjaa zo w
Ko. B Top Snap, Finest Twist, com-
plcte aun - 3S00!
Ko: C Top Snap, Laminated Steel, com-
tifete Run - SS 80
ICn nTnn final,. THunaaena SteeL cotn-
Dlete run . is
Every Curt Warranted.
eat J. Or IK on Keeelpt er l-riee.
i -v mmpntitSriaTTBCT
II. Is noUDUil, Portikd,Or.
Day SELF-HEATING Bath Tub.
Bellsved in Firs Minotes.
CnreO nuteed if Taken in Tiss t
Cored hi Throe to Six itactb.
tMyhlberfn. 'r-n, Seral
ala. Uradarlte, Mra
Invaluable Remedy 1
Fatentod April, 1S8S.
Price of Treatment. 5.0f; (Smolce Ball.
Debellator. for Internal Lsa. tziu.)
CARBOLIC SMOKE BALL CO.
652 Barkef St, San Francisco, CaL
Bsvaxa of Hurtful IS-itattOM.
3 " " ',
croA Israllds" Esisl sod ScrglssI bstitsts
f Ho hot water tOortr. bo hftttoi vonr rooms. For oTe-
Z. I. WEIGHT, Jeot Korrisoa st rortlaaa. Or.
Also J1ft fat ThirahtM and GerKral Machinery. Ha
rtna Work. Laundry kachieery. In tact scruue. yoa
wast. Ua. areot for i&e ecipTcu vw w, uinm
John V. OliiUl Sc Co.,
161 Seeoad BU
Carrr a foB ana of
Hair of Eicaitswat E-ieree asa eiUl-
ral P-LTBirt -aa umA tarseatats.
ALL CltrtONIC DISEASES A SFECIALTY.
PatkirU treated here or at their bomes. Man T
treated at home, through correspondence, as
successfully as if here In pereon. Come and
s"e us. or end ten cents in stamps for our
inrs lads' Guide-Bcok," which edves all partio-
Dlnrm. Addr: World 8 Dispfxart ibi
CAL ASSOCLATIOX, 663 Main bL, tiuO&iO, 2. X .
f 1 OOXiTt '-f
I j AXD i
Vtrr "wnriuwit" "nmAnm. fipbfHteted
chool teacher, milliners, aearrastresse. norte-
keepers. and overvrorlted vromen generally.
ill CbSIUiCl. of alt restorative tonics. It Is not a Cnre-el!."
oat admirably luiuiw a trntuwa ot purpose-,
bernp; a most potent Specific for ail thoso
Chronic Weataesaea and Diseases pewjuax to
wotiK-n. Tho treatment of many thonsancs
MAIL, ORDERS. I of such eas, at the Invalids Hotel and farg-
tcal Institute has effonJed a large eipenence
in adaptinaT remedies for tbeir cure, and
They make a ssedahf I
of aticwiing to
If -rB seed an-rtfctrf
in tbeir Hse sn-xt U e
rre vita poM-ve, acd
wiU t- irATUmAJ-S
8ZLBT SWfTT.TISO AKD LEAD C0-,
BUELL LAM8ERSON. Cen'i Agent.
7 Starh Nt rartlazd. Or.
E-f B '
Er. Pisrss s Faiants Presonptica
Is tbe tiH of this rast erperience. For
Internal eonfeatloa, lnriantntatien
and Blreratlon, ft la a Specific. It
is a powerful a-eoeral, as well as uterino. tonic
and nervine, and Imparts Tisror and etrcng-rh
to tbe whole ev-stem. It cures weaktKes of
tomaeb, indi-restioQ, bloarin-r-, weak bnck.
nervous prostration, exnausrion. oetnnty anr
eleeples-oo, in either sex. Faro rite Prescrip
tioa is soid by druj-reiprs under otrr parUlre
Bttorantee. See wrapper around bottle.
PlifCE 21.09-. fob 5i3.oo.
Pmt to cents in etanme for Dr. l-lerce's arr
I Treatise on Disease of Women (K0 paees.
paper-coyeredi. Aaaress, soru s urfF.s
(hbt Medical Assocxatios, 833 Haia Street,
censes In Mexico.
bare to hare liI
1 ev I
If afflicted with Pore Eyes, tn Dr. Isaac
Tliomnnui Ere Water. DruraiaU sell it tic.
x ktha as.
VTOTHINQ 13 ITKOVN TO FCTETNCK AT
II all cnniparabla to the Cvticcr Hkmbdies
in their marvellous properties oi cleansing.
purifying and beantifjins; die skin and lo
curing torturing, dlsfltfui tug, itching, scaly and
pi muljr diseases ot the skin, scalp and blood.
mim litae or DRir.
CrncfRA. the sreat 8kln Core, and Ctn I-
CVR Hosp, an exquisite tkin Iteautiner. vr
mred from It. extern all r. and CUTICI'RA It
atif.VRKT the near Itlnnd Purifier, internallv.
are a positive cure for every form of skin and
blood disease, from pimplos to scrofula. Cl'Tl
ci'H a'Kkm kti f are a bool utelr pnre and theonly
uiraiut-le skin beauttners and blood puriners.
Soidevervwhera. Prioe: t'lTicVRA, SOc; II
SOLVRNT. $1; Bo.p. aic Prerared by the Por-
TlvR HKl'O A!D I HtMIClL UO., HOBTOIf. MASS.
yjrHnd for " How to Cure Skin Diseases."
tl i W nQ90'1 88 Move's down, and as InteTby
DflltUO usinaCiTici-RA Mkdicateb Soap.
Piso's Prc1y for Catarrh is the
Uest, kMunmt, to Use, ana cneapss.
I Hap ot FLORIDA SOCTH- I
rRN K. K. LANOA Fcmr million arrs.
nitabla for Onuieea. Lnmns, dives. Pineapples.
Bananas. Strawberries and esrtr Trretablea, For
sale on wow erextit. si.S5tof?i.0peraere.
Address M. SOLOMON. Gen. N. W. Art
Sut M. lark. SS. Chlcasja, Ills.
'tairti .iflini i ia.asTrw.U, -J "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH."
Bold by drneyists or srot by nssiL
. T. Ua-eluna, VVarren, I'a.
Tne OrlsrlaMal and Only CteamJsej.
SJaftaaSslwsn aVHaWs. Sfwawsf wsrMltw lMlialtJUS.
biiiwMMt'a LA DIES. M Nr Bnajla U
('afe-aieae"s Eatllili airfl SU;. M Mrr. sr uZm t
OQaRtp,) n, K-r Mntctan tn WSf r mils BMSBJ
HASH a parr f. . bub i , . s n.mu m
Nd Vr Wfastala llimlun lr-eak
. fcwfs Faallaa- aasaayeajai iiua xai
Vf'1'-' ."-i Delicate
P- -fAW iW'-vo
f. t T -: - -W-
HEt-LO! Ca:ilS40. SMTTrrS CASH STORE, IIS
nay Street, ten Fr&nrtsio, and tell them to mail m
the IlaiM tinHs ('iK-lr frice liteerr montn. Mr
sister says It Is the beat t lac-e on the coast to buy
ererythlna a family needs; that their sxds are
ebeaikeraml better, and niore carefully parsed, than
any place she srer dealt. ftAl Jt4J ! uo yoo
Yes. I know. I bade there myself, and so does
everyone who has a tatnity to keep and values econ
omy and (rood living. I bought the finest tea there
I ever Crank, and only 60 cents. They call it the
KlNDF.KliAKTF..V. It Is like what tbey charre S-Z5
for at some places. The Coflee, Hams, Cheese, Spices,
Bacon, and I'utatnes I ret there are superb. Smith !
saa he has low triced rood, lor those who want them.
but fine articles at reasonanie prices naa nuiis np na
large business, whi'-h exceeds toss ox any nonee in
Mil rraucisro entra-ea in I no aaine jiuv ot traue.
H:LU I Smd it by first mail.
At a late auction in Faris a Srrsdi
rnrtus rinloncello, bearing the maker's
name and the date. 1689, was sold for
3,802; a yiolin bj the same maker, of
the date of 1691, went for 2,400, and
a Rngrgeri, of the year 1650, for 6,400;
A violin bow, by Tourte, for f30.-
Tate BUI EJFUf OCIOK la
faanasil Sept. astd MiarcJa,
l each wear. " 81 Vm9rt
gf4 11H bMSS,WUl STM
3. COO lUsastsmt-eass m
wvatwla Ptetworw CMOlerw.
OIVKS Waials la Prices
atlree te ewturansset-s sna sOl awsrcla e
peTwaauJ a.v ftusslly w. Tells ..w t.
rdrr, sussl K-wea start eost sfrrery.
IKtwc ysna suaa. eat, drlmsc, star, or
klavw fmw with. Theaw IJITALVJABLK
BOOKS rwattalst lmftorsnatloai gleamed
fram th markets ef the world. Wn
wiU auU as oepy FBBB ts say sd
slresa wpow receipt 10 eta. ts defray
xpew.se sg rsslllna. It sas lieaur frsra
MONTGOMERY WARD & CO.
aT Ac 129 Ws-aaas- irssss. CUeaas. Ul.
Per ALL of those Painful
Complicated troubiat and
Waaknoifflt bo common
amor er our Wive. Mother.
JTt cill cur smffrcfy
all otnrtan orvtmimU
rrDtiMsn. in la m mo
tion ana I'Irr
jtion Falling and
R eaienta. nnd U
The Womff n'e Oure Friend
adapted to tin)
cnonaa of liftu
IT i i u a iuHiNu to ovrhwoRKan wottx. It itivoTn
rjjucTxKHa, ria&TvuExcr, all citaTixa roa VT7nnLJk)rra.
AKD KILVJG WRAKNaHsl Or THal BTOKACH. CUBXS IEt
txmantaa. UtvmtuAi. i-ktuom faei trt&out rxm,
tSTtyvld by lirngglat-v. lric5 6 1. per bottle.
$500,000 in Rewards :
F r Criminals that
iiuuu tu uu iiuiuu are nan wo uy us.
Ws will establish a DKTECTIVE BUREAU In Seat
tle We want every otliue ar d attorney's address at
i once, as wecanper-orutvaluabledutyfortliem. Recovers
lw(or stoln nnDertr. finds absentee and embsasler,.
tracw and oputre murdorers, burglats and forgers. Mr-,
CMntile, sodai and other buslDeaa promptlr and nuoM
fully transacted. Wtntd lu every eounty In the West,
shrewd men to act under nnr Instructions. Address,
SUKlHWESl'tKM DKl'EUllVS HUKEAU,
Seattle, Km County, W. T.
tiik rLun uc iiiHuniu i
Choiso-t Purest and Kost Delicious
IEY WEST HAVANA C1SAR IN THE WORLD.
3Tt or sale at all leading piaoes Tfca
if r cmiTii PoRTtAsn, or.
I. I. U. Oiillin. Smttu. W T.
J. Walla Walla W T.
J SroKAMS F VLLS.W. T.
t Astoria, Or.
one Aswat (Merchant onlv vawtM In e ery town for
Tour Tansill's Puneh" so chrar is.sivinr
rood satisfaction; the boys are "catching on."
AI.vord ec t oftKKs, AJrurgisM, -aaora, la.
Alareaa, B.W.TAKMIa.1. tO.kla
- T . . mOf
Dr. Sarjent,' of the Harrard gym
nasium has examined Hsnlsn, the aars-
man, and says that he has "a treat
tienu ana an excellent body all the way
down to the legs." Judged by a
. , , . . .. ..
sianaara oi peneouon tne oarsman s
leg and arms are too short. Dr. Sar
gent says that this defect baa made
ilanlan the oarsman he is; and that the
power from the shoulders, back and
loins-, together with the immense lever
age giren by the short legs and arms.
is what has made him almost the per
fection in Duiiu lor a sculler.
A most remarkable and interest!
mineral in Arkansas is the white mal
leable iron ore. It is found in the
sorner of Howard County adjoining the
frontier or Montgomery, Folk and Pike.
uunng the war, it is stated on rood
authority, tho inhabitants of the vicini
ty used to take the ore as it was picked
up from the ground, and, in an ordinary
blacksmith forge, hammer it into horse
shoe nails. It can bo abundantly proved
that the ore can be taken and. hinw
A lieated in an ordinary blacksmith forge,
can bo welded and beaten into any de
sired shape. Boston Budget.
A new disinfoctfwg compound for
purifying the atmosphere of the sick
room has just been presented to the
Berlin Medical Society. Oils of rose
mary, lavender and thyme, in the pro
portion of 10, 2 and 2J respectively
are mixed with nitrie acid in the pro
portion of 30 to 1. The bottle should
be shaken before using and a sponge
saturated with the compound, and left
to. diffuse by evaporation. Simple as
It is, the vapor of this compound is said
to possess extraordinary properties la
sontrolling the odors and effluvia af
sfiftinsive aad infeeMous diseases.
la successful operation since 1866, frntronlzed1 from
all sections of the Northwest, endorsed by
business ntea and leading educatora.
THE HOST PERFECTLY EQUIPPED SCHOOL
of its class oa the Coast, It offers private or class
instruction, day and evening throughout the year, in
Arithmetic, W ritinr, Correspondence, Book-keeping
Rankin?. Shorthand.TvDe-writme. Business and Lea-al
Forms and all Common School Branches. Students
of all ages and both sexes admitted at any time.
Catalogue free. Armstrong and Weaco, Proprietor..
tTFINWAY krahich dt bach
OIL.IIIVIM I, Gaoler. Koenish man on: Bar
det Organ, band instruments. I-trireat stock
of Sheet Muaio and Books. Bands supplied a1
Eastern prices. 11. OKAY,
ie ttMt street, san jrranciaoa.
,w i st . "V 8
ANTI-BILIOUS and CAXIIAHTIO
aad Bl lions Attack a,
timmmlr oured by Isr.
PHrarntlv-e Pellets, So
oents a -rial, by Druggist.
TMt BaTT st Ketnnfl9rart
i iliv 1 Kusi r 1 yrtac-iang
mvfh ttc ps-rta mtm rterfr
tlMtt to tHtBTMtwa. Oaite
MfoM tiaiVrtli Brtarf Itrtt
astwifi-wtl kaeaTeatl frora
aMarl to tec. feat- La Oil
For eiralr gfsm fan Im
fw l-BSStrJo,!, SadfSSSBJ CbeTr KrasBw-
trim E'l Cx, ?S TiaMHHa
rl TO ft DaTS.
H? ten fa ta
fN Aies of that ciaM f
rer.trdic an 4 Has
"-et toipcrsai jatirnwat
J. Parts. TC
vrrir y )wwm tfte aw of
trie pv-bioc sd twvw raaks
nto. mm i t Braford.va.
The Van Honeiscar
ri.:. ' . ., t s Z
a.1 Js . A TSf
Tonne, Bddie-ard and
old, sirsie or nianted ssa
at. a all irno su?Tr irith
LOST KAKHOOD A
atrvouB Tabiasy, ftuui ia .
tcrrba, Seeaical Jjcsre
SerQA! l)eeay Falilns Meso
rj. Weak yes. Lack at
rt-.nersy. alas felood aedV
Pkj Tnaeae!. dllshn is
Irantun, lialv Viii.-
Tne Pains. 8 wwlllr.-
8e Throat, TJleors. Er
,-. fet of Meie-ry, Kidaeva,
and Bladder Troubles
Weak Baek. Bnrafat TrtaM. Ouncrrbea, CUeet. Saie
ire arompt reuef and cure for life.
Both Mtes 4'italt Cn eldest tlall j
0jrir18t f ISA THIRD 8T.
N. P. X. U. Xo. 193-S. V. X. U. No. 270.
PALMER fSt REY,
Dg JYPa ROUNDERS j pRESS jANUFACTURER6.
1 19.1 Ii. Front fctroat, i
LA Am 8ansrris Strt,
rUa-rUf SAN FRANOISCO, CAL
ssassssiisissB .. . . .. J
for Infants an'd Children.
aatorUisaovr"sptdtociIldrentha I Caatoria etma rjoHe, OoasHpatlon.
I reoornrri end it as supsrior to any prcaci iption I ctonr Etomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
toowatome.- H. A. Aacxxa, IL D I KUlaWornia, Uvea sleep, aad prooMCaa
lil . OxstM s, Brooilym, K. T. WUJwut lajtaioos i
ta Caarrara Coiomst, X33 JMltoa Street. X. Y.
I ever saL" Arkanu P'twur,