MISSION SANTA CRUZ. atom swlftlv bom oblivion set hr ssall What lias Uifi vantabsd century loft of arb Tin ftptinlaa rouftroe aud the fipatJsb The jhuhIo and tho ronM of Cfostllst A newer generation corns, to kneel Whore crumbllutf walls ud broken tiles of red Became the dust above forgotten dead The unregarded dust beneath the wheel. The call to vonpors hath a different tonal Even Uie mission hells wore cast anew, And alien eohoee mingle wtth their own From crowded streets, where onoe the wild flowers grew. i Hew speeoh, new shrines, new hopes and flares and fears, To usher in another hundred years. 8. E. Anderson In Callfornlan. The People Who Like Shakespeare. Says Minna Gale-Haynes: "In the en Kafrement I have played In New York I have noticed that the publlo no longer can tor the legitimate. At the same time the (rallorifls bavo always been crowded, and I consider It is an evidence that the taste of the great puliUo what would be called tho mirldle ulasercn' abroad is not at so low an ebb as many fancy. People often say 'The public want this or 'The public is not edu cated to receive such and such a thing.' Try It. Give it to the publio and see. It is the great public that gooa to see Shake speare acted and to hoar other great works 4rf human Interest. "Tjet me give you an illustration. I have . friend a wonderfully great preacher who has settled down in a little town in Ctermnny and taken charge of a small 4huroh, the congregation of whioh is not cultivated up to his standard. But the public will not part with him. They say, We don't understand all thai you suy, but we know that it is great and line, and we love to listen to you.' That ia the same spirit which sends the public to see the Shakespearean dramas. And are they not great and nobler" Philadelphia Music and Drama. Funlshlng an Eskimo Dog, Tlie worst punishment that can he in flicted upon a conscientious leador Eskimo dog is to reduce bim to the ranks, and his abject demeanor as he sorrowfully slinks along with bis tail between bis legs is al most heartrending. On the other hand, the dog that has been promoted nt once assumes a self conscious strut The old adage that dog will eat dog was proved repeatedly on my Alaska trip. On one occasion a dog re ceived no food for nearly five days because we had- through the buugling of a lying guide underestimated the length of a march and had run out of the supply of dried salmon, whioh forms the sole diet of the Eskimo dog. In consequence we lost half ft dozen of mtr faithful animals by starvation, ft trial which to me was more agonizing than any personal sufforing. I never saw during this period of misorya single sign shown byauy one of the team to satisfy his cravings npon ttie body of his fellow. A. B. 6cban la Milwaukee Sentinel. Narrowing the Bedsteads, Narrow houses and small rooms In flats are necessitating many modifications of lifs tu New York, One result of preaeut condi tions ifl the narrowing of the bedstead. Time was when a double hod must be at least Ove feet wide. In Now York today, however, it is difficult to find a ready jnade bedstead more than 4 feet 6 inohes wide, and the belongings of the bed are narrowed correspondingly. In narrowing &e bedstead the manufacturers have not lengthened It, so that thnt 111 used olnss of persons who exceed 6 feet in height and find themsolvjs in ft world built for men of 5 feet 6 are no longer able to lie straight In bed by choosing a diagonal direction. Sew York Sun. A Costly lilt or Hope. A man who was arrested and jailed In Hew Orleans told a pitiful tale of Injustice to a visitor who talked to him through the asell door. "VVhy, this is an awful mean country," said the prisonor. "Do you know I am in hero for two years for picking up a piece of rope on the sidewalk t" The visitor began to take an intoraat tu the case and to -express sympathy. "I won't deceive you any further," interrupted the prisoner. "The truth is there was a fine pair of homes on thootherend of that rope." New York World. A Praetloe Burglars Do Not Approve. Another burglar baa fallen a vlotlmVto the womanly habit of looking under ths lied before retiring. The presence of mind on thisoccasionwasdlsplayod by ft Chicago woman. If this sort of thing goes much further, the house robber will have to change lib place of seclusion or reform and take to some more profitable- business. FUtaburg Dispatch. Tito Value of a Caeoaaut Tret. The native proverb says, "A cocoanut tree is a bride's dowry," and really the many wee to which tho palm and its prod uct aro put uro wonderful They provide ft family with food, shelter, fuel, house, ntenslls and, if need be, clothes. Frank Leslie's Monthly. , . , Got Bid of Ulnu Do Smile Why don't you go to see the De Pinkie girls any more? De Bore They are too oareiess. Thoy leave the front door unlocked, mid I lose a new overcoat every time I go them New York Weakly, , ., , y ,. A certain amount of opposition is a great kelp to a man; it is what ho wanta and must, bavo to begoodforanythlng. Hardshlpand opposition are tho rmtlvo soil of manhood and self reliance. John Neal. . No man has ever amassed a great fortune through his own efforts alone, aare perhaps musicians, artists, uctovs or authors. In individual achievement, even in s financial mam, thoy excel 1 ' After street trow have attained matnrft siio pruning is rarely needed beyond the Bccasloual cutting away of ft dead brunch or tho (euwval of one which interferes .with ftnothev. The American woman knows that her feminine attlm is veritable draft on sighs lof Nspeot and courtesy which the Ameri can nuut rare!) tolls to honor. THE FEAR OF SNAKES, Why Uany Children and Aoine Crown Per. sons Dislike Them. There are many authenticated in stances of child becoming attached to snakes and making pot of them. The solution of a question of this kind is sometimes to be found in the child mind. My experience ia that when yonng chil dren see this creature its strange ap pearance and manner of progression, bo unlike those of other animals known to them, affect them with amazement and ft sense of mystery and that they fear it just aa they would fear any other strange thing. Monkeys are doubtless affected in much the same way, although in ft state of nature, where they inhabit for ests nbonnding with the larger constrict ors and venomous tree snakes, it is high ly probable that they also possess ft tra ditional fear of the serpent form. It wonld be strange if they did not. The experiment of presenting oaged monkey with aserpentoarefully wrapped up in a nowspitper and watching his be havior when he gravely opens the par cel, expecting to fine nothing more wonderful than the familiar sponge cake or Biioculent banana well, ench an experiment has been recorded in half a hnndred important scientific works, and out of respect to one's mas ters one ought to endeavor not to smile when reading it. A third view might be taken which would aocount for our foeling toward the serpent without ei ther instinct or tradition. Extreme fear of all ophidians might simply result from a vaprne knowledge of the fact that some kinds are venomous; that, in some rare cases, death follows swiftly on their bite, and that, not being sufficiently in telligent to distinguish the noxious from the innocnons at all oventB while un der the domination of a sudden, violent emotion we destroy them all alike, Urns adopting Herod's rough and ready method of ridding his city of one incon venient babe by general slaughter of innocents. It might be objected that in Europe, where animosity to the serpent is great est, death from snake bite is hardly to be feared; tLit Fontana's 6,1100 experiments with the viper, showing how small is the amount of venom possessed by this spe cies, how rarely it has the power to de stroy human life, have been before the world for a century. And although it must be admitted that Fontana's work is not in the hand of every peasant, the foot remains that death from snake bite is a rare thing in Europe, probably not more than one losing his life from this canse for every 2150 who perish by hydro phobia, of all forms of death the most terrible. Yet while the sight of a snake excites in a majority of persons the most violent emotions, dogs are universal fa vorites, and we have them always with ob and make pets of them in spite of the knowledge that thoy may at any time become rabid and inflict thnt unspeaka bly dreadful suffering and destruction on us. This leads to the following question; Is it not at least probable that onr ex cessive fear of the serpent, so unworthy of ns as rational beings, and the oauso of so much unnecessary cruelty, is partlp at all events, a resultof our superstitious fear of sudden death? For there exists, we know, un exceedingly widespread de lusion that the bite of a venomouB ser pent must kill slid kill quickly. Com pared with such ophidian monarchs as the bnahuiaster, fer de lnuce, hamadry ad and tic polouga, the viper of Europe the poor viper of many experiments and much (not loo readable) literature may be regardud as almost harmless at all events not more harmful than the hornet, Nevertheless, in this oold, north ern world, even as in the other worlds where nature elaborates more potent juices, the dolusion prevails and may be taken into aocount here, although its origin cannot now be discussed. For my own part I am inclined to believe that we regard serpents with a destructive hatred purely and simply because we are so taught from childhood. Mocmillon's Magazine. Hawthorne as a Tlsltot On one occasion after my return from an African and European cruise I was ordered to the Portsmout h station, where we were hardly settled at housekeeping when Hawthorne came to see us. The hall was encumbered with boxes, the sight of whioh node him feel his visit to be inopportune, and he said quickly: "I have jnst come for an hour or two to see you and must return this even tag.". V.;-!''' ' Mrs. Bridge, teeing that be was only afraid of incommoding us, at once an swered: " .i p . '" "Must yon desert ns when I need your aid in. unpacking these boxes?" "Will you really let mo help your he sited. , . . ". Her jqking answer, assuring him of her pleaaurc.in gaining a helper bo strong, both in muscle and intelligence, pat, him entirely nt ease, and for a week he made himself useful on all possible occasions. ' Commodore Bridge's "Recollwtioni" Edueutlon or Japanese Chllitrea. y ' ' The-moral' education of Japanese chil dren in conducted partlyat home and part ly in school aud Is based largely upou the teachings of the history of Che country. Intrepid valor, seal, sobriety, directness of speeoh, extreme courtesy, implicit obedi ence to parents and superiors and deferen tial reverence and regard for old age these are among the chief characteristics looked for In boys, while Industry, gentleness, faithfulness and cheerful demeauor are re quired of girls. Popular Seisms Monthly. FAB AND WIDE. Not on this brosd continent slone, but in ms lnrlnl breeding tioninal regions, In Guatemala, Mexico, fiouih America, the lalhnwa of Panama and elsewhere, HoMolter's Stomach Bitters af fords to lntiab) Uinta and aojournera protection against malaria. The miner, the freshly arrived Immigrant, the tiller of the virgin soil newly robbed of Its foreata by the axe of the pioneer, Slid in the superb antl-fcbrile specific a pre server sgalnat the polaonous miasma which in VHHt dlatrlcta rich in natural resources la yet fertile In disease. It annihilates disorders of the stomach, liver and bowels, fortifies those who use It sgalnat rheumatic ailments bred and fostered by outdoor exposure; infusea genial warmth Into a frame chilled by s rigorous tem perature, and robs of their power to harm morn ing and evening mists and vapors laden with hurtfulness; strengthens the weak, aud con quers incipient kidney trouble. The greatest drawback to prohibition li that most of tu (jDthunlantH talk an If they bad been drinking, TKAVKL1NG RIBKS. With the increased facilities for travel and the great number of travelers, there has been naturally a great increase in the risk of accidents. Every one, who for any reason is com- Selled to incur these risks, should keep by im a supply of Allcock's Pobors Plas ter, for they are a wonderful specific in strains of the heck or limbs, such as are almost inevitable in oase of accident. Any one starting on a long journey should have one bh a part of 'his equipment. Commuters on suburban trains t-hould keep them both at home and in the office. Almsook'b Porous Plasters have repeat edly proved, their great value in time of need. BitANDKRTR's Pn..a remove all impurities Btranpc that the public-spirited train robber never kllln the candy peddler. Btats op Ohio, city of Toledo, 1.toah coitntt. ( Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is the senior partner of the firm of F. J, Cheney & Co., doing bUriltiuHH in the city of Toledo, county and HtatetiforeHKid, and that said firm will puy the Rum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLAItS for each and every cane of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the uae of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY. Sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence this 6th day of December, A. D. 1886. beaL J A. W. GLEABON, Xolary Public Hall's Catarrh Onre Is taken internally, and acta directly on the blood and mucous Btirfaces of thesybtem. Bend for testimonials, free. F. J, CHENEY 4 CO., Toledo, 0. fJPJ- Bold by drnsgUts; 76 cents. Dse KnameUne Btove Polish; no duit, no smell. Try Girmia fer breakfast HooffsCures Complication of Diseases "X was troubled with sick headache and pains In my back and sides. I became partially deaf, and my nervous system was all run down. Finally, I wn scUttd with heart disease and thought my days were numbered. J used Hood's Sarsa and 1 am better In every way, 1 have gained in flesh and my former good appetite has re turned." EnwAKO ratiibr, Grafton, CaL Hood's fcaraaptullla In sold by all druforlstf. 91; six for b. ITcpard only by C. I. HOOD 4 CO., Apothecaries, Ixwell, Maa, Hood'8 PUIS ai purely vegetable, SSo. BakinPGiukr Purity and Letivenin&Poufer UNEQUALEO. PRICES To Introduce onr Powder, we faava da. teralnadtodlrrtrlbntoamong the conium- i ra a number of CABU Tc the person of club returning os the largest nnmberofoerticatesonjor before June i, 1804, we will giye acaah prlae of $100, apd ' vflothenextiiarffeeL numerous oLparnrlna jraflglugromjatoS76INCABlJ. , - CL0SSET & DEVERS, FOfrtl ' Jfcaebeen afflicted with bilious: Bess and constipation for fifteen years fid first one and then another prep aration was suggested to me and tried, but to no purpose. A friend recommended August Flower and words cannot describe, the admira tion in which I hold it. It has given tne.anew.Jease.of life, tfhich before was a burden. Its good qualities and wonderful meritssbould be made known to everyone suffering with dyspepsia and biliousness." Jessb BftixSK, Printer, Humboldt, Eas. A FOIL STOMACH ought to ennse you no discom fort whatever. If it does, though if there's any tmuhl after eating take Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. They're a perfect and convenient vent pocket remedy. One of tliesa tinv, sugar-coated, sutl-blllons granules at ft dose regulates and corrects Uie entire system. Sick or Bilious Headache, Con stipation. Indigestion, Bilious Attacks, and all derangements of the liv er, stomach, and bowels are prevented, relieved, and permanently etirea. Thev're the smallest, easiest to take. cheapest, and best. They're guarantied to give satisfaction, or money u returned. aannot oars. By all druggist, M eaats. 50ota.,and tl.OOperBottkO One oent a dose. Tmn Gmat flormH where all others faiL Coughs, Croup. Sore Throat, Boaraeneaa, whooping Cough and Miami, ror vDniampuao n una no nvttil has cured thousands, and will CURB TOO it taken in time. Sold or Drupffista on a guar antee. For ft Lame Back o? Chut use SHILOH 8 BELLADONNA PLASTaKJoO. CATARRH REMEDY, Have you catarrh? This remedy is jrusran teed to cure you. Price, 50 otss. Injector free. SPORTSMiH, 1IHII We hare Inst fnned an elesant lM-naffl IIIbb- trated catalogue of FIREARMS USD SPORTING GOODS. If yon are In need of anything In this line, send us your name and we will send yuu one byre tarn mail. Address IKE H. I. HUDSON ARMS CO., 3 First Htrevt, Portland, Or. RLOOD POISON A CDETtOI A I nrV Prlmmrr. Socond- HOrfaVinbl air or TerUarr Byphllls permanently cured in 15 to 85 days. Von can be treated at homo for the same price and tho same tuaranteeit with those who prefer to oomo pare we viiicvniraci wcura uwm or roiuna moncj and pay expense of coming, ra! lroad fare and hotel bills, if we fall to cure, , if yon have taken ner tnrr, iodide potAch, andstut nave aches and pfitna,HucoaaFatcheailn month, 0or Throat, llmpleStCopperColored HpotitlJleersOD anj part of tho body, Hair or Eyebrow ralllnn out, it Is this SrpblUUe B1LOOD POISON that we tmoranteetocure. We solicit the most obatlnato cov and chaJIeng-e tho world for a caw we cannot core Thltdlseasehttaalwayii bafled the kill of the uotttmlDciit pbyal clana. sfGOO.OOO capital boblnd our nnooodl tional fruarautee. AbsoluteproorssentMaledOD application. Addresa COOK. BKMDi CO., UUsft to 1331 Jtaaonlc Temple. VUcaco DR. GUMS WON SYRUP A' COLDS AMD CROUP. GRANDMOTHER'S ADVICE. InraUtonafamllTof nine ebJldrtn, my only m dj for CoiurhL Coldi asd Croup waa onion yrup- It iafmtoioffectlvati-diy aa it wu forty yean afo. H ow bit gTftadchlldroi tako Dr. Oann't Onion Syrup whioh is already prepared and mor pleaaant to tha taste. Sold ererywhera, Larae bottles OO oent. Tak xwaubsutttU for It Tbato'a netbiaf aa eooc. ENGRAVING ! I PRINTERS SHOULD KNOW lltut tbe olilost audUi'fit PlioW-engrav-IngplUceiu Hun Frun clarO Kvna enmbllslied Jji ld77 by tlie BluuiiKer of Hie .UhWEk. EN GRAVIKO CO., who hmaocured the latest and bt'St Improve liK'tits.si cretproci'Bsea oiiciAlull coiuplemvnt of the moat tippruved maclilnery, pbuto np Hftvlnir .BUpi-rior arUtitfl, Ibis pioneer Co. turns out the highest claw of work promptly, rellulilv .uM at nulformty nfoderuto prliieB tor ill! kiiidBof-f iiftruvliig. FuliHelieru helped tOKftup Bpi'ciitl lusutt: dob prliHera und others ibouUl -sejsd for muiiplitaiCBLimuU'B unci iuforniutlon, s..T.DKWBy,.Munn;br,22UMurketSt B. FrCaL TORS on. Installments. Beet makes. Lowest nrl(es. Bend for catalogue. iW.C.UUACH, Klyou, (Jul. - . Is perfectly, permanently, I positively cured by Doctor J I I J Bagt's Catarrh Remedy. M 1 t'v Tbe proprietors of this med- III fctae prove that by their I 111 offer. It's $500 cash for A case of Catarrh which tfaer lerjiaHiai Crrna nromntlv aura fHIL0H'S sfe-''' rWHERE DIRT GATHERS, WASTE RULES.'" ' . :: CHEAT SAVING RESULTS FROM THE USE OK 'is-- A-a ''sW.. 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Female Weakness and Excesses. HUNT'S REMEDY Cnres Biliousness. Headache, Jaundice, Boar Stomach, Dyspepsia, Constipation and Piles. HUNT'S REMEDY ACTS T ONCE on the Kidneys, LItct and Bowels rectories; them to a healthy ao Hon, and Oil HEM when all other medicine (all. Hundreds hare been saved who have been glren up to die by friends and physicians. SOLO BY ALL BBI7GOIST9. Brooklyn Hotel 208-212 Bash St., San Francisco. This favorite hotel Is under the management of CHAHLES MONTGOMERY, and 1b as good If not the best Family and Business Men's Hotel in Ban Francisco. , , Home Comforts! Cuisine Uneicelledl FlHt-class service and the birhest standard of respectability guaranteed. Our room cannot bt turpar.d for neatneu and comfort. Board and room per day, fl.26, (1.60, (1.76 and $2.00; board and room per week, 7 to S12; single rooms 60o toll. Free coach to and from hotel. MRS. WINSLOW'S W FOR CHILDREN TEETHING rwaaUkrallUnitbte, UtaUatuaa 'J. 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