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THE TELEPHON E-REGISTER.
PLAGUE OF GAMBLING.
that very time, two of his conductors were cards! The opponent’s hand is ofttimes the waters gurgled over them.
spending three nights of each week at faro found out by fraud. Cards are marked | To a gambler’s deathbed there comes no
tables in New York. Directly or indirect ly, so that they may be designated from the hope. He will probably die alone, llis
HARDING 4. HEATH, Publishers.
«.he death of General Sherman
bock. Expert gamesters have their ac forme* associates come not nigh his dwell
this evil strikes at the whole world.
the earthly career of the last of FIRST OF A SERIES OF SPECIAL SER
Gambling is the risking of something complices, «and one wink may decide the ing. When the hour comes his miserable
MONS BY DR. TALMAGE.
more or less valuable in the hope of win game. The dice have been found loaded , soul will go out of a miserable life into a
ue great warriors, who, during the re
ning more than you hazard. The instru with platina, so that “doublets” come up ' miserable eternity. As his poor remain*
bellion, won a fame that must Ire as en
ments of’gaming may differ but the prin every time. These dice are introduced by , pass the house where he was ruined, old
One Copy, per year, inadvsnee..,
during as history. Patriot «nd soldier, They Are Directed Especially at the ciple is the same. The shuffling and deal the gamblers, unobserved by honest men i companions may look out a moment and
One Copy, six months in advance.
he eame from the pursuits of peace
Three Cities in One (New York, Brook ing cards, however full of temptation, is who have come into the play; and this ac- i say, ‘’There goes the old carcass—dead at
when his country needed him and of
lyn and Jersey City), but They Will not gambling, unless stakes are put up; counts for the fact that ninety-nine out of i last,” but they will not get up from the
while, on the other hand, gambling may a hundred who gamble, however wealthy I table. Let him down now into his grave.
Fit in Many Other Place».
Entered at the post Ito**'
be carried on without cards or dice, or bil i they began, at the end are found to be ' Plant no tree to cast its shade there, for
Oregon, as second-c’
tary genius, and tlie benefit of the
N ew Y ork , Feb. 22.—A decided sensa liards or a ten-pin alley. The man who poor, miserable, ragged wretches, that 1 the long, deep, eternal gloom that settles
..ice at McMinnville training that had so molded it as to be tion
was produced in this city and in bets on horses, on elections, on battles— I would not now 1>? allowed to sit on the there is shadow enough. Plant no “for
T he advzrt '
ofliestnse. He was one of the com Brooklyn today by Dr. Talmage’s an the man who deals in “fancy” stocks, or doorstep of the house that they once get-me-nots” or eglantines around the spot,
of a series of sermons which conducts a business which hazards extra owned. In a gambling house in San Fran for flowers were not made to grow on such
manders upon whom rested the gravest nouncement
he proposes to preach on “The Ten Plagues capital, or goes into transactions without 1 cisco a young man having ju3t come from a blasted hbath. Visit It not in the sun
sing R ates of T itf . T elf .-
of These Threo Cities.” In this sermon, foundation, but dependent upon what men the mines deposited a large sum upon the shine, for that would be mockery, but in
hster are liberal, taking in
ration the circulation. Single known to fail where human effort which is the first of the series, he pays his cail “luck,” is a gambler. Whatever you ace, and won twenty-two thousand dollars. the dismal night, when no stars are out and
. 11.00; eac h subsequent inch, $.75.
attention to the prevalent curse of gam expect to get from your neighbor without But the tide turns. Intense excitement the spirits of darkness come down homed
„•rial indiicements for vearlv or semi- could succeed.
bling. He preached it In the Academy of offering au equivalent in money or time or comes upon the countenances of all. Slow on the wind, then visit the grave of the
? early contracts.
Music in Brooklyn in the morning, and skill is either the product of theft or gam ly the cards went forth. Every eye is fixed. gambler!
coterie almost reverenced for what they again this evening at The Christian Herald ing. Lottery tickets and lottery policies , Not a sound is heard until the ace is re
J ob W ork N eatly A nd Q uickly E xeci ted
come into the same category. Fairs for ■ vealed fr vocable to the hank. There «are
at reasonable rates Our facilities are had done. As one by one death claimed service in this city. His text was taken the founding of hospitals, schools and shouts of T .nil’.” “Foul!” but the keepers
A company of artists, writers and pub
the best in Yamhill county and as good the leaders lie came to stand as a factor from Ex. ix, 13, 14: “Let my people go
as any in the state A complete steam in a trio—Grant, S'ucrnian and Sheri that they may serve me; for I will at this churches, conducted on the raffliug system, of the table produce their pistols, and the lishers gathered at the Aldine club to
come under the same denomination. Do uproar is silenced and the bank has won smoke and to listen to stories. Among the
time send all my plagues.”
plant insures quick work.
dan. And since tile death of “Little
Last winter, in the museum at Cairo, not, therefore, associate gambling neces ninety-five thousand dollars. Do you call story toilets were Bill Nye, Prank R. Stock-
* * *
K ssolltions of C ondolence
all O iut - Phil” he has stood alone, secure in tlie Egypt, I saw the mummy or embalmed sarily with any instrument, or game, or this a gime of chance? There is no chance
ton, F. Hopkiason Smith, Dr. Henry Van
nary Poetry will be charged for at regular
time or place, or think the principle de about it.
esteem of a nation for whom he had body of Pharaoh, the oppressor of the pends upon whether you play for a glass of
But these dishonesties in the carrying on Dyke and John Kendrick Bangs.
Mr. Appleton opened the evening when
done much, bravely, willingly and teeth that he gnashed against the Israel- wine or one hundred shares of railroad of the game are nothing when compared
A ll C ommunication » M ust B e S igned B y
itish brickmakers, the sockets of the merci stock. Whether you patronize "auction with the frauds which are committed in the smoke had got sufficiently thick by in
the )»erson who sends them, not for pub well.
lication, unless unaccompanied by a “non
To trace the history of General Sher less eyes with which he looked upon the pools,” "French mutuals,” or “book-mak order to get money to go on with the ne troducing Bill Nye. Nye told a story of a
«le plume.” but for a guarantee of good man, even now, when reminiscences overburdened people of God, the hair that ing,” whether you employ faro or billiards, I farious work. Gambling with its greedy preacher friend of hl« in Indianapolis who
faith. No publications will be published
floated in the breeze off the lied Sea, the rondo and keno, cords or bagatelle, tlie hand has snatched away the widow’s mite was named Dr. Ree l This Dr. Reed had
arc provoked, as tears arc falling about very lips with which he commanded them very idea of the thing is dishonest, for it: and the portion of the orphans; has sold also been in congress. One Sunday morn
unless so signed.
* * *
his grave, seems a task almost idle. His to make bricks without straw. Thousands professes to bestow upon you. a good for the daughter’s virtue to get the means to ing he was opening the service in his
A ddress A ll C ommunications . E ither bon
which you give no equivalent.’
cont iuuc the game; has written the counter church with the customary prayer. While
the editorial or business departments, to life has been an open page. Hi- story of years after, when the wrappings of the
feit signatuie, emptied the banker’s money he was in the midst of the praying a man
TEN “HOXEST” GAMBLING HOUSES.
T he T klephone -R egistf . p .. AieMinnville, is woven into the story of tlie whole mummy were unrolled, old Pharaoh lifted
vault and wielded the assassin’s dagger. entero! the church and took a seat far
up ids arm as if in imploration, but his
It is estimated that every day in Chris There is no depth of meanness to which it back.
people; it is to lx? read in current events skinny bones cannot again clutch his shat tendom
eighty million dollars pass from will not st<x»p. There is no cruelty 3t which
Dr. Reed was praying in a low voice, and
S imple C omem O f T he Tr.LErn»>Ni: RE»-.rs- and it will lie read in national destiny. tered scepter. It was to compel that tyrant hand to hand through gambling practices,
tek will be mailed to any person in the
to let the oppressed go free that the mem and every year in Christendom one hun it is appalled. There is no warning of God the man in the roar, after straining his
that it will not dare. Merciless, unappeas ears for a while, called out: "Pray louder,
United States or Europe, who desires one.
orable ten plagues were sent. Sailing the
born February 18, 1820, at Lancaster, Nile and walking amid the ruins of Egyp dred and twenty-three billion one hundred able, fiercer :m<l wilder it blinds, it hard ! Dr. Recd; I can’t hear you.” Dr. Reed
free of charge
million dollars change hands in that way. ens, it rends it blasts, it crushes, it damns. paused, opened his eyes, turned them
Ohio. Twenty years later he was tian cities, I saw no remains of those plagues There are in this cluster ot cities about
W k I xvite Y ov T o C ompare T he T elt .-
It has peopled our prisons and lunatic around t be church until they rested upon
PHOXE-llEaiaTEB with any other paper graduated from West Point. He served that smote the water or the air. None of eight hundred confessed gambling estab asylums. How many railroad agents and the man in the rear, then he said: “I was
published in Yamhill comity.
first in the Florida war and in the
cashiers and trustees of funds it has driven not addressing you. sir; I was speaking to
locusts sounded their rattle in the other,
struggle with Mexico, but in 1853 re and the cattle bore no sigu of the murrain, fivd hundred professional gami^rs. Out to disgrace, incarceration and suicide! Wit God."—New York Sun.
of the eight hundred gambling establish ness years <o a cashier of a railroad who
.4 U subscribers who do not receive their signed his commission. He entered and through the starry nights hovering ments, how many of them do you suppose
He Wa* Deceived.
paper regularly « ill confer a faror by im the banking business in San Francis about the pyramids no destroying angel profess to lx> honest? Ten. Thesotenpro- stole one hundred aud three thousand dol
mediately reporting the same to this office. co, and was for four years a resident of swept his wing. But there are ten plagues fess to lie honest because they are merely lars to carry on Lis gaining practices. Wit An eastern phrenologist who made a
ness forty thousand dollars stolen from a
still stinging and befouling and cursing
ante-chamber to the seven hundred ©rookiyn bank within the memory of many study of notes offered to wager $100 that
that place. He practiced law in Leav our cities, and like angels of wrath smiting the
and ninety that are acknowledged fraud | of you, and the one hundred and eighty be conld go out on the street and pull cer Í
enworth, Kansas, two years, but. 185!) not only the first born but the last born.
Thursday. February 2f>, 1891.
ulent. There are first class gambling es i thousand dollars taken from a Wall street tain makes of noses and not even be blast
CITIES IN' ONE.
tablishuients. You go up the marble insurance company for the same purpose! ed in return. The first one he tried, how
I found him superintendent of the L«iui- Brooklyn, THREE
ever, brought a blow which laid him un
New York and Jersey City, stairs. You ring the bell. The liveried I
isiana Military Academy. He resigned
These are only illustrations on a large scale
HIS NAME IS DENNIS.
though called three, are practically one.
introduces you. The walls are of the robberies every day committed for conscious and lost him four good teeth.
when that state receded from tlie The bridge already fastening two of them servant
III.« diagnosis was off.—Detroit Free Pregs.
lavender tinted. Tlie mantels are of Ver
purpose of carrying out the designs of
Sylvester Pennoyer, the governor of Union, and then began his real career. together will be followed by other bridges mont marble. Tho pictures are “Jcph-1 the
gamblers. Hundreds of thousands of dol
A FEW CURES
thah’s Daughter” and Dore's "Dante’s anil i
the state of Oregon, is indeed ij peculiar > At the opening of the rebellion lie was
Long Island shores, until what is true now Virgil’s Frozen Region of Hell”—a most 1 lars every year leak out without observa
conglomeration of ideas. He has exer
will, as the years go by, become more em appropriate selection, this last, for the'
Made bv Joy's Vegetable Sarsaparilla.
cised his jxiwcr to veto bills right and : infantry. After the battle of Bull Run phatically true. The average condition of place. Thera is the roulette table, the I gambling hell. Aman in lx>ndon keeping
Belden, »a aged and feeble lady at SIC
l?ft, but has not licen consistent. Two he was made a brigadier-general of vol public morals in this cluster of cities is as finest, the costliest, most exquisite piece of j he had ruined a nobleman a day; but if all Meson st., San Francisco, after going down stead I
years ago lie approved the district fair
of the world. Pride of city is natural to the banqueting rOom. where, free of j the saloons of this laud were to speak out Uy for months was completely restored and is
bill with an appropriation of$3000 each, commission in the regular army. In men in all t imes, if they live or have lived charge to the guests, you may find tlie i they might utter a more infamous boast, now well and healthy.
they have destroyed a thousand noble al. II. Brown, book-keeper Petaluma. Cured
annually. This year when a bill of the . October of the same year he succeed in a metropolis noted for dignity or prow plate and viands and wines and cigars for
men a year.
entirely of his indigestion and constipation.
Sime nature appears repealing the old [ ed Grant as commander of the depart ess. Caesar boasteil of his native Rome, sumptuous beyond parallel.
Mbs Clara Mel tin, 126 Kearney street, 8. F.,
IT ELINS DOMESTIC HAPPINESS.
In Marell, Lycurgus of Sparta, Virgil of Andes, De I Then you come to the second class gam Notice also the effect of this crime upon Cured of au aggravated case of indigestion and
law and creating a western district j ment of the Tennessee.
mosthenes of Athens, Archimedes of Syra bling establishment. To It yoit are intro- I
composed of tlie comities west of the i
cuse, and Paul of Tarsus. I should suspect duceil by a card through some “roper-in.” i domestic happiness. It has seist its ruth
Willamette lie vetoes it. His veto does . i this time to tlie comniandersbip of the a man of base heartedness who carried Having entered, you must either gamble; less plow-hare through hundreds of fam- J. R. Fourutt, Chief Wharfinger, foot of Clay
ilies, until the wife sat. in rags, and the street, S. F. Cured of pain3 in the back, liver
not effect tlie districts already created, . division of the Mississippi, and organ abont with him no feeling of complacency or fight. Sanded cards, dice loaded with i | daughters
were disgraced, and the sous trouble and sick headaches.
in regard to the place of his residence; who quicksilver, poor drinks, will soon help
as the old law is still in effect regarding
gloried not in its arts or arms or behavior; yon to get rid of all your money to a t une i grew up to the same infamous practices or Mrs. J. Lamphere, 1242 Market street, S. F., Lad
them. His veto simply kills the west against General J. E. Johnston. S hih who looked with no exultation upon its I in short meter with staccato passages. You took a short cut to destruction across the been under physicians* care for two years for
complaiut. With the third bottle she re
ern district. He vetoes the bill be after began the famous inarch through evidences of prosperity, its artistic embel , wanted to sec. You saw. The low vi'lains murderer's scaffold. Home has lost all liver
«and its scientific attainments.
I ot that place watch you as you come in. charms for the gambler. How tame are gained her old accustomed health.
cause of “local reasons.” W c would Georgia to the sea, after tlie fall of At- i lishments
A. Blecker, Baldwin Hotel, 8. F., suffered
I have noticed that men never like a Does not the panther, squat in the grass, the children’s caresses and a wife’s devotion
like to know by what process of reason- j I lanta. It la perhaps worthy of note place where, they have not behaved well. . know
■ to the gambler! How drearily the fire for year-: with dyspepsia. Felt better the first
ing be conciliates his conscience to ve- ' ■ that one of his chief opponents—John-. Men who have free rides in prison vans for your rights in that place, or your body ! burns on t he domestic hearth! There must week and is now cured.
Gustav Solomon of 223 Valencia street, 3. F..
t >ing this bill and approving the port ston—is the only surviving one among never like the cftjT that furnishes the will be thrown bloody into the street, or ! be louder laughter, aud something to win I cured
of rick headaches and liver trouble.
When I see in history Argos, dead into the East river. You go along a ami something to lose; an excitement to
age railway bill. In both instances the the principal generals of the confeder vehicle.
Rhodes, Smyrna, Chios, Colophon and sev little further and find the policy establish drive the heart faster and fillip the blood Edward Nestell, 79 Everett street, S. F., cured
state funds are appropriated for local
eral other cit ies claiming Homer, I conclude ment. In that plnce you bet ou numbers. and fire the imagination. No home, how of join i in the back and chrouic biliousness.
purposes. Wliile we all acknowledge gia his army, consisting of 00,000 men, that Homer l)ehaved well. Let us not war Betting on two numbers is called a "sad ever bright,-can keep back the gamester. Au i over 1000 others.
s’vc. t c »11 of love bounds back from
the fact that the portage railway will be I covered 300 miles in less tb.au a month, agaiust this pride of city, uor expect to dle,” betting on t hreo numbers is called a ; The
build up ourselves by pulling others down.
” betting on four numbers is called a his iron soul, and all endearments are con-
of benefit directly to the section of the' j capturing Savannah in Decemlicr, 1804. Let Boston have its commons, its Faueuil "gig,
in the flame of his passion. The
“horse," and there are thousands of our
state tributary to the river, why won’t j There were two more battles, in which hall «and it« magnificent scientific and edu young
men leaping into that •saddle" anil
In .lie matter of the assignment of G. W.
the district fair be of benefit to tlie state * his forces triumphed. April 13, 1805, cational institutions. Let Philadelphia mounting that “gig.” and behind that ‘ ures arc lost, wid if his crown in heaven Sappington for the benefit of his creilitors
is hereby given that I have been
i “horse" riding to perdition. There is al
in the same proportion as the amount j i Sherman received Johnston’s surrend
and Girard college, and its old families, as i
one kind of sign on the door—"Ex- i goes one more game, my boys! On this one appointed assignee of the estate of G. W.
appropriated. He also vetoes the free er, according him the same terms that virtuous as venerable. When I find a man ! I ways
change," a most appropriate titlo for tlio throw I stake my crown of heaven.-’ A Sappington, under and in pursuance of an
road to Tillamook across the coast range ¡Grant had already given Lee. This living in one of those places who has noth- I door, for there, in that room, a man ex- ; young laaa in London, on coming of ago, Act of the Legislative assembly of the state
Oregon, entitled an Act to secure credit
ing to say in favor of them I feel like ask- . ; changes health, peace and heaven for loss i received a fortune of one hundred «and of
of mountains. From the mouth of the ' was virtually the ending of tlie « ar.
a just division of estates of debtors, who
i twenty thousand dollars, and, through ors
to assignees for the benefit of cred
Columbia to Yaquina bay there are
that yon do not like your native jeit-y?” ; of immortal soul. Exchange sure enough | gambling, iu three years was t hrown on itors, approved October ISth, 1878. All per
many roads, but all are toll roads, and eral Sherman was honored by promo-' Nev.- York is a goodly city, and when I say : and infinite cuongh.
' his mother for support. An only son went sons having claims against said estate are
in the building of some of them the I tion, till in 180!» he was made general that I mean the region between Spuyten i ! Men wishing to gamble will Cud places to a southern city: he was rich, intellectual hereby notified to present the same to me
oath, within three months from the
state has appropriated as high as $10,- of the army. From this position be Duyvil creek and Jamaica in one direction | j ju3t suited to their capacity, not only in J and elegant in manners. His parents gave tinder
and Newark flats iQ the other direction, j
underground oyster cellar, or at the him on liis departure from home their last date » f this notice, at North Yamhill, Or.
OJ0, and still allows the roads to remain ' was retired by reason of age, February | ! That which tends to elevate a part elevates I I the
O A DOUGLAS,
table back of the curtain, covered with • blessing. The sharpers get hold of him.
Assignee of the estate of G, W, Sap
in the hands of the people who built | 8, 1884. After that time he enjoyed all. That which blasts part blasts all. Sin ! ; greasy cards, or in the steamboat smoking They flattered him. Thej’ lured him to the
pington, formerly of North Yamhill,
them, and the people who travel to and ' civil life. He was a favorite iu society, is a ghuit, unu he comes to the Hudson or ! cabin, where the bloated wretch with rings I gaming table, and let him win almost eve/y
Oregon, now of Tillamook, Oregon.
Dated this 28th day of January, 1891 5
fro over them are taxed so much per , revered by the ol«l soldiers, and pos- Connecticut river and passes it as easily as I in his ears instead of his nose, deals the : time for a good while, and patted him on
we step across a figure in the carpet. The paik, and winks iu the unsuspecting trav i Mie back and said, “First rate player.”
mile for their pleasure. But when this J sessed many genial and lovabk» qual- blessing of God is an angel, and when it eler—providing free drinks all around—but I But fully in their grasp they fleeced him,
section desires to open a land way of ’! ¡ties.
stretches out its two wings one of them in gilded parlors and amid gorgeous sur ■ and his thirty thousand dollars were lost.
Notice of Final Settlement.
; hovers over that and the other over this.
Last of all be put up his watch and lost
commerce—not a water way—and asks
THE GREAT CITY OF NEW YORK.
’ that. Then lie began to think of his home
HAZARDING AN ESTATZ.
A decided acqui-ition to tlie start' of
NOTICE is hereby given that the under
for an appropriation for $7500 to build
In infaucy the great metropolis was laid
A young man, having suddenly lieired a and his old father and mother, and wrote signed, as Administrators of the estate of
it with and thus make a free road to tlie Coeniopolitan Magazine is Mr. i down by the banks of tlie Hudson. Its in- large property, sits at the hazard table and thus:
William E Perkins, deceased have filed
everyone at all times of the year, and Brander Mathews, president of tlie 1 fancy was as feeble as that of Moses sleep- takei up in a dice box the estate won by a
“My Beloved Parents—You will doubt their final account of their administration
said estate in the County Court of Yam
father’s lifetime sweat, and shakes it, and less feel a momentary joy at the reception
l>y far the most practical route across
■ Miriam, there our fathers stood and watch-
it away. Intemperance soon stig of this letter from the child of your bosom, hill county. Oregon, and said Court lias
the mountains, this crank which we as known literatcur, who takes charge of j ed it. The royal spirit of American com- tosses
til“ third (3rd) day of March. 1891, at
matizes its victim, kicking him out, a slav . on whom you have lavished all the favors
democrats supported for the position he the department of lxxik reviews. The I meree camo down to the water to bathe, ering fool, into tho ditch, or sending him, of your declining years. But should a feel- tlie hour of ten o’clock in the forenoon of
said day at the County Coût t room at Mc
now holds, vetoes this bill and thus keen critical taste of Mr. Mathews, and , and there she found it. She took it in her with the drunkard's hiccough, staggering ( ing of joy for a moment spring up in your Minnville. Oregon, as' the time and place
pays into the hands of a monopoly his fine judgment in literary matters, I arms, and the child grew and waxed strong, up the street where his family lives. But | hearts when you should have received this for hearing said account. Therefore, nil
I .and the ships of foreign lands brought gold gambling does not in that way expose its from me, cherish it not. I have fallen persons interested in said estate are herein-
thousands of the hard earned dollars of' will make his opinion valued in every ■ and spices to its feet, and stretching itself victims. The gambler may be eaten up by deep
—never to rise. Those gray hairs that notified and required to appear at said time
tlie honest and law abiding farmers and , household. Mr. Mathews’ name added up into the proportions of a metropolis, it the gamblers passion, yet you only dis I should have honored and protected I ami place and show cause, if any there l>e.
why said account should not lx? allowed
business men of Yamhill and Tilla to tlint of Edward Everett Hale, in has looked up to the mountains and off cover it by the greed in his eyes, the hard shall bring down with sorrow to the grave. ami
said estate finally settled.
upon the sea—the mightiest of the energies ness of his features, tho nervous restless I will not curse my destroyer, but oh! may
mook counties, as well as the other in charge of “Social Problems;” Murat of
Dated this 15th dav of Januarv, A, D.,
G, W PERKINS,
directly Ix-nefittcd counties of the state. Halstead reviewing “Current Events,” of the founder of a city will be seen for rassed business. Yet he is on the road to practised upon the unwary in a way that 1891
N. II. PERKINS, Adminis-
I f Pennoyer objects to the appropriation I and Miss Bislanrl with Iier European many years in its inhabitants. Romulus hell, and no preacher's voice or startling shall best please him. This, my dear F W. Fenton.
trators of salt! estate
of state funds for local purposes, why i articles, gives the Ciwtiiopolifan a de- impressed his life upon Rome. The Pil warning or wife's entreaty, can make him parents, is the last letter you will ever re Att’y forestate.
grims relaxed not their hold upon the
for a moment his headlong career. ceive from mo. I humbly pray your for
docs he support the portage railway? ’ partmentnl staff of exceptional bril- cities of New England. William Penn has stay
The infernal spell is on him; a giant is giveness. It is my dying prayer. Long
If tlie opening of the Columbia river I liancy.
left Philadelphia an inheritance of integ aroused within; and though you bind him before you have received this letter from
rity and fair dealing, and on any day in with cables, they would part like thread; me the cold grave will have closed upon
and the opening of the free road to Til
Fred Madison, a gripman on the San
lamook arc not both local matters to Diego (Cal.I cable road, is twenty-two that city you may see in the manners, cus and though you fasten him seven times me forever. Life to me is insupportable.
toms and principles of its people his tastes, round with chains, they would snap like I cannot, nay, I will not. suffer the shame
• Successors to .L JI. Henderson >
the sections of country directly lienelit- years old, stanch seven feet two inches his coat, his hat, his wife’s bonnet and his rusted wire; and though yon piled up in of
having ruined you. Forget and forgive
ted wo would be pleased to have the as in height,and lias to remain in a stoop plain meeting house. The Hollanders still his path Leaven high Bibles, tracts and ser is the dying prayer of your unfortunate
mons, and on the top should set the cross of I son.”
tute and ulistract Pennoyer explain ing posture while reaching for the wield an influence over New York.
Graud old New York! What southern the son of God. over them all the gambler
why the free road is and the portage brakes. He is a g<xxl natured, good thoroughfare
was ever smitten by pesti would leap, like a roe over the rocks, on
The old father came to the postoffice, got
A full assortment of goods in the
railway is not. The handwriting has looking curiositj' for tourists, ami en lence, when our physicians (lid not throw his way to perdition.
the letter and fell to the floor. They above line always on hand. Prompt
appeared on the wall, dear governor, joys their surprised gaze as much as themselves upon the sacrifice! What dis
Again, this sin works ruin by killing in
attention paid to the wants of custom
tant lau«l has cried out in the «agony of dustry. A man used to reaping scores or brushed back the whit« hair from his ers.
and in letters of Boman. “Your name any one.
famine, and our ships have not put out hundreds or thousands ot dollars from the brow and fanned him. He haxl only faint
with breadstuffs! What street of Damas gaming table will not be content with slow ed. I wish he had been dead, for what is
It seems as though nothing more cus or Beyrout or Madras that has not work. lie will say, "What is the use of life worth to a father after his son is de VOI R r iTRM WE IS SOLUTI Ell
(’. R. COOK A SON.
pleasant could be said of Gen. Sherman heard f he step of our missionaries! What trying to make these fifty dollars iu my stroyed? When things go wrong at a gam
for national life in which our citi store when I can get five times that in halt ing table they shout, “Foul! foul!” Over
now that he is gone, than the words of struggle
zens have not poured their blood into the i an hour down at ‘Billy’s’’ ” Yon never all the gaming tables of the world I cry
American Horae made an admirable I
Chauncey M. Depew, who wishing to trenches! What gallery of exquisite art knew a confirmed gambler who was inilus- out: “Foul! foul! Infinitely foul.”
speech at the Carlisle school the other’
characterize the old warrior’s accuracy in which our painters have not hnng their I trious. The men given to this vice spend
Shall 1 sketch the history of the gambler?
day. He professed faith in the virtues
of statement in all things relating to pictures! What department of literature | their time, not actively engaged in the Lured by bivl company he finds his way
of education, but evidently thinks that
science to which our scholars have not game, in idleness or intoxication or sleep, into :i place where honest men ought never
the war, said that "he ought always to 1 or
contributed! I need not speak of our pub or in corrupting new victims. This siu has io g«>. Me sits down to his first game, but
the education which lias liven hereto
have been accompanied by a steno lic schools, where the childreu of the cord- dulled tho carpenter’s saw and cut the only for pastime and the desire of being
Choice WINES. LIQUORS and CIGARS.
fore bestowed upon Indian youths lias
waincr and milkman and glassblower band of tha factory wheel, sunk the cargo, thought sociable. The players deal out
Both Foreign and Domestic.
not been of that advantage to them ;
stand by the side of the flattered sons of broken the teeth of the farmer’s harrow the cards. They unconsciously play into £<F“Aniit.v Saloon near Depot. McMinn«
and to the Indian generally that it
Ail Italian nobleman, the Count de
and sent a strange lightning to shatter the Satan’s bauds, who takes all the tricks and ville on Third Street.
all these islands where they who went battery of the philosopher. The very first both the players’ souls for trumps—he
should have l«en.
Lorgues, is owner of an ancient wood on
cutting themselves, among the tombs, now | idea in gaming is at war with all the in being a sharper at any game. A slight
American Horse is right. The edu engraying of Christopher Columbus, sit, clothed and in their right minds; or of
Mean be earned at our NKWiin»ofwork,
stake is put. up just to add interest to the ■
nn E g |a| M
■■ rapidly «nd honorably, by the«.« of
cation of the Indians at Carlisle and which is believed to be a true likeness. the Magdalen asylums, where the lost one dustries
I H «VI 0* ■
M1- younger old, and in ibeir
This crime is getting its lever under play. Game after game is played. Larger irsl
b’caliti.-», wherever the* li»«- Any
elsewhere has failed to have the civiliz It will probably have a place in the of the street comes to bathe the Saviour’s many a mercantile house in our great stakes and still larger. They begin to ■ IB MT I ■ tai ■ ovrn
one can do the work. E«ey to learn.
We furnish everything. Ws start you. No risk. You can davota
ing influence it ought because nothing coming American exposition.
cities, and liefore long down will come the move nervously on their chairs. Their
spare moment«, or «11 your time to the work. 11»i» i« an
the hairs of her head—confiding in the great establishment, crushing reputation, brows lower and eyes flash, until now they your
entirely new lead^nd brings wonderftil success to svsry wotker.
lias been done to make it available for
are earning from »2S to »50 per week and upwards,
pardon of him who said: “Let him who is home, comfort and immortal souls. How who win and they who lose, fired alike» Beginners
and more after a little experience. We can fusdah you the em-
David Dudley Field at eighty-six -iys without sin c«ast the first stone at her.” I
the benefit of the Indians. The young
dnvment and teach von r KKK. No space to explain here. Full
FHKK. T'R I K A'< O.. AlCtSTA, lAlSK.
men and women are usually sent back that even if the figures standing for his need not speak of the institutions for the I from some authentic statement before us. pressed lips, and clinched fists, and eyes I
The ten gaming houses that once were like lire balls that seem starting from their
t j the reservations, and many of them .
for the incurables, the widow, the orphan,
lapse into barbarism within a short ¡ him too old for his feelings—an»’, the and the outcast; or of the thousand armed authorized in Paris passed through the sockets, to see the final turn before it
banks, yearly, three hundred and twenty- comes; if losing, pale with envy and tremu
time after their return to a state of tepee. adage says that a man is no older than machinery that sends streaming down five millions of francs. Where does all the lous with unuttered oaths cast back red
money come from? The whole world is hot upon the heart—or, winning, with
sparkling, God given waler that ruste robbed! What is most sad, there are no hysteric laugh—“Hi! ha! I have it! I I’sTinnucntly cured without Cutting, Burn
In the meantime the agents are rob
ing or Dilating A perfectly painless treat
through our aqueducts, and dashes out of consolations for the loss and suffering en have it!”
bing the Indian and swindling tlie
A few years have- parsed and he is only ment and a guaranteed cure in every case,
Following are tile letters remtdmngfor the hydrants, and tosses up in onr foun I tailed by gaming. If men fail in lawful
government. The training which the
tains, and hisses in our steam engines, and business. God pities and society commiser the wreck of a man. Seating himself at no matter how long standing, This treat
Indians have received at the cost of the two weeks in the postoffiecat McMinn showers out the conflagration, and ates; but where in the Bible or iu society the game ere he throws the first card, he ment for Stricture, of I)r Boxell’e, is the
discovery known to Medicine It
sprinkles from the baptismal font of our is there any consolation for the gambler? stakes the last relic of his wife, and the greatest
government is not used to prevent this, i ville, Oregon:
dissolves ami completely removes the
churches; and with silver note, and golden From what tree of the forest oozes there marriage ring which sealed the solemn stricture without annoyance or pain to the
Berry, L S
On the contrary it is permitted to ooze Berry, G W
sparkle, and crystalline chime, says to hun a balm that can soothe the gamester’s vows between them. The game is lost, patient.
Coyle, L F.
< 'oyle, Clarence
dreds of thousands of our population, in heart ? In that bottle where God keeps tlie and staggering back in exhaustion he
Uoeklin, John. 3
the authentic words of him who said; “I tears of his children are there any tears of dreams. The bright hours of the past
The government ought to employ Clifford,.! li
will: be thou clean!”
the gambler? Do the winds that come to mock his agony, and in his dreams fiends
Meagher, F. S
the instructed Indians as agents and Howard, J I.
THE CURSE OF GAMBLING.
kiss the faded cheek of sickness, and to with eyes of fire and tongue of flame circle Peculiar to their sex. and not proper to
Myers, .1 F
Nelson. S ('
interpreters and in oilier capacities Skeels,
All this I premise in opening this course cool the heated brow of the laborer, whis about him with joined hands to dance and name here, including all ot those delicate
Surface, P A
about the reservations and the Indian Smith, S A
of sermons on the ten plagues of these per hop«' and cheer to the emaciated victim sing their orgies with hellish chorus, infirm at ies and weaknesses, which they
shrink from disclosing to their fam
three cities lest some stupid man might of the gain-: ot hazard? When an honest chantiug ’Hail! brother!” kissing his would
office. But it is tlie rule to appoint Wilson F A
ily physician, permanently cured in less
say I am deprecating the place of my man is in trouble be has sympathy. "Poor clammy forehead until their loathsome time than was ever known to medicine lie-
white politicians as agents and half
residence I s[>eak to you today concern fellow!" they say. But do gamblers conic locks, flowing with serpents, crawl into his fore. l»y Dr. Boxell’s New System of Treat
breeds and squaw men as interpreters.
.bosom and sink their sharp fangs and suck ment. It rejuvenates the genito-urinary
ing the plague of gambling. Everyman to weep at the agonies of the gambler?
and woman in this house ought to be in
The strengthening of the bond be Charles Morgan.
In Northumberland was one of the finest up his life’s blood, and coiling around his organs ar.d makes weak men strong.
When possible it is always best to call
estates ill England. Mr. Porter owned it. heart pinch it with chills and shudders un
tween the government and the Indians
Parties calling for tlie above letters terested in this theme.
fcr personal consulation and special treat
Some years ago, when au association for an<l iu a year gambled it all away. Hav utterable.
by means of the employment of the will please say “Advertised.” If not the suppression of gambling was organ ing lost the last acre of the estate, he came
ment. But those who cannot possibly call
BE WAIiNLD IN TIME.
graduates of Carlisle aud Hampton called for in two weeks they will be ized, an agent of the association came to a down from the sxloon and got into his car
Take warning! You are no stronger should write, stating their case fully, ^fed-
icine sent by mall or express, scaled, free
would be invaluable. The good that sent to tlie dead letter office as “un prominent citizen and asked him to patron riage; went back, put up his horses and car than tens of thousands who have by this from exposure, to all parts of the Pacific
riage and town house and played. He threw
J. C. C oopek ,
would result front the mere strength claimed.”
no interest in such an organization. I am aud Io=t. He started home, andiu a side alley in our cities cau escape being tempted. Be
Wm. A. Boxell, M. I>
ening of the confidence of ths Indians
in no wise affected by that evil.” At that met a friend from whom he borrowed ten ware of the first lieginnings! This road is
very time his son, who was his partner in guineas: went bark to the saloon and be a down grade, and every instant increases
in the government is inestimable.
ST. PAVL DISPENSARY.
Causes of complaint would cease and
Corner First and Pine Sts , over Portland
Hearne’s famous gambling establishment.
po'juds. IL «lied at last a beggar in treacherous sea. Split hulks strew the
National Bank. P ostlkkd . O regox .
ws might look for such a state of at Leprosy is Catarrh, and then* is but Another refused his patronage on the same and
beach. Everlasting storms howl up and
tain« as exists over the Isrrder in Can one preparation that docs cure that dis ground, not knowing that his first book for Mr. Porter - Who consoled him on the down, tossing unwary crafts into the Hell
fBOfift.nc « year it b*!ng mada by John B.
Good«« In,'I roy.N.Y.,«! v. cxk
mb . 1:radar,
ease, and that is the California Positive keeper, though receiving a salary of only loss of his estate? What gambler sule gate. I speak cf what I have seen with my
you n.»y n -t make at touch, bat w« aan
you quickly bow toraru from »3 to
American Horse, like a good many j and Negative Electric Linament. sold a thousand dollars, was losing from fifty to scribed to put a stone over the poor man’s and I have seen the foaming, and the hiss
flu a iiey at th« «tart, aud mot« a« you jo
one hundred dollars per night. The presi grave? Not one!
on. Both sex««, a!! «ge«. In «ay pert of
Anterk-a, you ran comutmc« at home, riv
other Indians, knows precisely what by Rogers Bros. It also cures neural dent of a, railroad company refused to CAMBL1XG THE ( At -E OF OTHElt CIIIMIc
ing, and the whirling of the horrid deep in
ing all year ,.nn«,or spar« tnomantt only10
the Work. A)l ia t>«n. Great |-«y Sl'RX for
ought to be done, and makes a shrewd ’ gia, rheumatism, headache, sprains, patronize the institution, saying, “That
Futhcrmore, this sin is the source of un which the mangled victims writhed, one
c»ery worker. We atart you. frrniablnr
everythmz. EASILY. «rKEDlLY IraiMd.
guess at the reason why the politicians burns and all pains. Try it and tell society is good for the defense of merch counted dishonesties. The game of hazard upon another, and struggled, strangled,
i »i;riciY«u» itt*
ants, but we railroad people are not in itself is often a game of cheat. How many blasphemed aud died—the death stare of
vonr neighbors where to get it.
,T»M» • IO
do not do it.—.V. 1'. 11 or/d.
jured by this evil;” not knowing that, at tricks and deceptions in the dealing of the eternal despair upon their countenances as
KftY £ TODD’S
STILL GOES ON!
ALL BROWNSVILLE AND
SALEM MILLS GOODS
C, R. COOK & SON,
GROCERIES IND CROCKERY.
An Immense Line of
ALL WOOL BLANKETS
To Choose From!
In Their Entire Line Of Goods.
Special Prices Overcoats
It will pay you to Look at their Goods
and Get Prices whether you Buy or
KAY & TODD.
INVEST YOUR MONEY
(«ss Miles from Portland.)
IS THE NATURAL OUTLET OF A COUNTRY
RICH IN RAW MATERIAS!
Which Has Only Waited The
To Make It
As a Manufacturing Center.
STRICTURE! Advantage is being taken of this by Eastern
DISEASES OF MEN!
Capita], as demonstrated by the
BOSTON SHOE & LEATHER GO
Also the Shrewdest Investors of
THE HUNT SYSTEM
To Reach Portland, Must Pass Through
THE SHIP RAILWAY,
Around the Grand Dalles, for which the Sen
ate Ajipropriated $2,800,000, will
H. J. LITTLE,
Opposite Cook Hotel. McMinnville. Oregon.