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To bis mother, fair Bath-sbeba,
Solomon the Wise, said he:
“Adonijab. Haggitb's son.
Hath done evil nnto me:
would pin the fabric all to rags rather
than replace it. and niv life was a bur
den of constant watchfulness and re-
I proof. I had to threaten to brush her
teeth myself in order to get her to do it,
“For as we were playing now
and I believo I did it once or twice.
Jnst ontside the city wall.
| Now yon are tempted to say I was too
Lo. be knocked me down, and did
Me a sneaking rascal call!"
severe with her; but I assure you she
I was never punished excepting l>y lieing
“Did you give him blow for blow?“
made to take off a torn garment and
Bath-sheba the Fair, said she.
“Yon Jnst bet yonr life I did;
; mend it. or to do something over which
He’ll not lord it over met
i she had ecainped the first time.
“It was precisely so alxiulber room:
“When he hit me, called me natnea,
I stopped not to make reply:
; it was jnst nt the head of tlie stair», and
From the shoulder deep I hit out.
unless I took it in hand myself, as I was
Giving him a black eye!”
I often obliged to do. the carpet was al-
Very grave was then Bath-sheba,
. ways so covered with dust, lint and
As she sadly shook her head;
riireds that the litter was continually
“Only brutes resort to blows,
being swept out into the hall and over
Solomon, iny son,” she said.
the stairs by her going down after she
“When again ho (triketh thee.
was old enough to wear long dresses. It
Be not liaaly, r-beck thine ire;
was a pleasant, large room, comfortably
Thus on his unruly head
Shall thou heap up coals of fire,“
furnished, but it was always in disorder;
her clotlies, her brushes, hairpins, shoes,
Solomon tbo Wise but smiled:
ribbons, gloves and books were every
"Guess I d better go and see
If he'll give those marble« back
where, and over all she reigned queen
That he won from me,” said he.
“Ill fact she did just as the average
“Marble»! Did yon play for keeps?"
Cried Bath-sheba, shriek on shriek.
boy does in a house where he has lieen
And she canglat her recreant son
allowed to believe that his privilege is
Ere he had a chance to speak.
to disarrange without ever putting in
From her toot her sandal drew.
place; to enjoy without responsibility;
Took him there across her knee.
to use without taking care of; where he
And the way she flogged the lad
can toss things aliout at his pleasure for
Was a sight for men to see.
some patient slave to (tick up and re
Solomon the Wise was mute.
store to cleanliness, neatness and order
Till he was well out of reach.
without the least trouble to him. And
Then he said. “Oh. mother, why
Don't yon practice what you preach?”
I have the comfort of knowing that,
—Anne Lxiuise Brakenridge.
wherever that girl or woman is today,
all who witness her slipshod ways are
“ ‘Poor thing: it just shows how she
was brought up; never was told any
TOO OFTEN THEY ARE ASCRIBED better, never had any training, von
TO PARENTAL NEGLIGENCE.
Her listener laughed.
"So I gather that yon don't altogether
Hut Sometime. the Most Careful and
believe in the old saw—
A THREE CORNERED
It’s Neat ami Useful and May Be Made
from a Packing: Box.
Procure a packing box of such dimen- '
Bions that a three cornered portion of it
can lie sawed off. fitting into the corner i
of a room and extending aliout two feet ;
from the Wall angle on each side. This \
1st he foundation of a homemade desk'
that will cost not four dollars and will
serve to write letters on and to keep
writing materials in. and will be an
ornamental piece of furniture. When
cut the box must l>e planed and sand
papered. A board cut just large enough
to fill tlie entire open space of the em
bryo desk, and finished at the cut ends
with cleats of wood to keep it from
warping, forms the table of tlie desk,
and is to lie fastened neatly with sunken
screws to the lower edge of the opening
and fitted at the top with a lock and key,
also with chains that are fastened to the
inside of the desk top and allow tlie
table to lie let down flat.
Tender Watehfnlnes. Prove. Unavail
“Just as the twig is bent Ihe tree's inclined?”
ing to Make a Tidy Girl Ont of a
Sloven—An Original Sin Theory,
“Well, I found my trouble in bending
the twig,” replied tlie other; "no doubt
if I liad succeeded in bending it in tlie
right direction it would have grown so.
Some natures can lie molded by train
ing. others cannot. There luav be some
thing in training; there may lie some
thing in heredity, but I am inclined to
think there is still another factor to be
Considered in the matter of rearing
children, a factor that -Hints to Parents,’
and ’Mothers' Guides' seCm to ignore al
together when they hold a mother re
sponsible for all her daughter's faults
and a father responsible for all the evil
acts of his son. and that factor is. for
want of a lietter name, original sin.”
[Copyright, iso?, by American Pre.. Aesocia-
It Was Well Meant.
Everybody in flic fire department
knew Father Cohen, the oldest reporter
in New York, and everybody liked him.
The news of his death especially grieved
Battalion Chief McGill, who had known
the venerable reporter for years. When
he heard that Superintendent Byrnes,
the police commissioners and others of
the police force were going to send a
floral piece to be laid on Cohen's coffin,
he determined there should also be some
thing from the fire department. He col
lected nearly fifty dollars among the
firemen. Tlie exactions of department
business prevented him from looking
after the matter himself the next day,
and he handed the subscription money
to a fireman and sent him to a florist
with an order for a design.
“Mr. Cohen was a reporter, wasn't
he?” the florist said. “All right; I have
an idea that will exactly suit. Leave
that to me."
Politicians, policemen, firemen and
newspaper men had just liegun to
gather at the old reporter's home, in
Harlem, on the day of the funeral when
tho bell rang, and a messenger from the
florist delivered a huge floral piece, and
said it was sent by the firemen of New
York. It was a superb bed of roses,
and in the center was a facsimile in
white immortelles of the reporter's fire
badge issued to Father Cohen by Mr.
Richard Croker when he was fire com
missioner. Worked in red letters was
the inscription of the official inscrip
Shall Wo Have a laclit ltace?
There has been an annual stir—more
or less a newspaper stir, be it confessed
—every year since 18^7 over the pros
pect of an English yacht coming over to
race for the America's cup, and each
year, after a few days’ exploitation, the
commotion has given place to the usual
peacefulness that characterizes interna
tional yachting matters on this side of
the Atlantic. The same old “if,” as ap
plying to rescinding the dimensions
clause in the deed of gift, is always the ,
stumbling block, and has become a veri
for Infants and Children
table bete noire to American yachtsmen.
This year the stir is without foundation,
for no challenge has been sent, and even
Castori» cures Colic, Constipation,
* -Castoria is so well adapted to children that
Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
had one been received :• id accepted, no
1 recommend it as superior to any prescription
Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di
race would be held until 1893. But the
known to me.”
II. A. A rcher , M. D.,
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y.
prospect for an international race is very
“ For several years I liaxe recommended
Tlie Englishmen declare positively
“The use ot • Castons’ Is so universal and
its merits so well known that it seems a work your ‘ Castori», ' and shall always continue to
they will never race under the present
of supererogation to endorse it. Few are the ao so as it has invariably produced beneficia!
deed of gift, with its dimensions clause
intelligent families who do not keep Caetoria results.”
Eo«is F. P abdxb , M. D.,
within easy reach.”
compelling them to give away all the
C ablos M xrtyx , D. D..
“The Winthrop," IStli Street and 7th Ave.,
measurements of their boat ten months
New York City,
New York City.
late Pastor Bloomingdale Reformed Church.
in advance of the race, and those mem
bers of the New York Yacht club who
T hs C bctaur C ompact ', 77 M urray S tubbt , New Y om ,
have the matter in charge are equally
positive in declaring that the dimensions
clause shall remain. To the outside
yachtsmen—in fact, to any sportsman—
it. looks as though the New York Yacht
club committee, having taken this po
sition, was determined to hold it, despite
the consequences. However, as the
races have always been arranged be
tween two or three men on each side, it
is possible that some contingency, of
which none outside the innermost circle
ADMIT ONLY WITHIN FIRE LINES.
are informed, may have demanded this
BY ORDER or
Whatever the cause, the fact remains
It was a handsome piece of work, but that yachting on lxitli sides the Atlantic
it was set in a corner with its face is suffering from the deadlock.—Har
turned toward the wall, and other per's Weekly.
Rig'* Crtam Balm is not a liquid^ snuff or powder. Applied into the nostrils it is
flowers took its place on the coffin.—
absorbed. It cleanses the iieu^ allays inflammation, heals
the sores. Sold by druggists or sent by mail on receipt of price.
New York Sun.
Fuu 111 the People'» Parly Convention.
One of the funniest incidents of the
Angler Carson and the Whale.
People's party convention was the pres
William Carson was out on one of the entation of a collection raised for the
tugs one week ago Saturday, and with Moore boy drum corps, which accom
the crew of the tug was engaged in tak panied the Renville county delegation.
ing halibut on the banks about three
The boys are all members of one fami
miles west of the bar. After catching a ly. The oldest, about twenty, beats the
40-pound halibut, several smaller ones big bass drum, the second is a snare
and a few soles, Mr. Carson hooked drummer, the third and fourth are
something that “walked” away with his fifers, while tlie fifth and sixth, four
line in a steady manner. He called for teen and twelve years old respectively,
assistance, and with the captain and one make up the complement of snare drum
of the tug's crew the result was the mers.
same, the line steadily walking away
Chairman Stewart called the drum
from the three of them. A turn was then corps "the Renville band.” and “at the
taken around one of the bits, when, as suggestion of your chairman” a collec
the strain increased, it was seen that the tion was raised for the boys. The popu
tug was swinging to the strain, and the lists responded freely, and the hat col
line at the same time appeared to be lection footed up $38.35. ’tfiie “band”
moving toward the surface.
was called to the platform to receive the
Judge of the surprise of Mr. Carson contribution, and the boys came up
when a whale about forty feet long came ready to play a tune in acknowledgment
to the surface and blew about 200 feet of appreciation. After Stewart handed
from the tug. with tho line fastened to over the money the boys played “The
one of his flukes. With a sudden lurch Girl I Left Behind Me,” and some dele
of the tug the line parted near the bit to gate was reminded of the mother of all
which it was fastened and went flying those boys.
through the air in the direction of the
“I move a vote of thanks to the mother
whale. The whale staid close around of those boys,” he shouted. The motion
the tug for a couple of hours, and was put and carried by a rising vote.
was struck with chunks of coal and
After Stewart had declared the motion
shot at, to which he paid no attention carried a man on the floor called out:
“Wliat's the matter with the old
After Captain Nelson bad stuck him man?"
and lost his line also, the tug steamed a
Then followed the most ludicrous
couple of miles farther out to get away scene of the convention. Men howled
from him, as, besides getting away with themselves hoarse, and it was several
the lines, he had so disturbed the fish minutes before business could be re
that they would not bite.—Humboldt sumed.—Minneapolis Tribune.
V C oldhead
If you can have assistance from some
one at home in the carpenter work the
sole bill for ontside labor will lie for
fitting the lock and key. The box or
desk is to be placed on upright boards
two feet wide and thirty inches long,
which are fitted into the corner where
the desk is to stand. When the desk is
placed on these uprights a little under
closet is left, which must be fitted up
with three cornered shelves. A pretty
curtain may iie made for the front by
decorating blue damask cloth or denim
with outlining in gold thread.
Some very thin pieces of boar 1 will
be material for making pigeonhole com
partments in the upper part of the desk.
Here may be kept the stationery and
other writing materials that need to lie
kept away from dust. The entire desk,
inside and out, is to lie finished with
oak staiu and then varnished. A little
cover to match the curtain finishes the
top. and on it can lie set books and any
little trifles. The curtain is finally put
in place on a brass rod. concealing a
convenient stow place for magazines,
and when complete the desk will repay
its owner forall the trouble of construc
In tbel'ircuit t’ouri of the State of Oregon
for Yamhill Counlv.
Stina Madson, Plaintiff,)
Jamis I! Madson, Deft. I
To James R. Madson,sai.l defendant: In
the name of the State of Oregon you ere
licri'-j notified and required to lie and ap
pear in the above named court in the above
entitled suit liy Monday .the *J6lh day of Sep
tember. A !>.. 1SI12. that being the first da)
of the next term of said court following the
evpirnt on of the six weeks' publication of
Ills summons, and answer the plaintiff's
nmplaint therein tiled against you.and you
wi take notice that, that if yon fail so to
lippear and answer, for the w-lt thereof,
the plaintiff will apply to said ceitrt for the
relief prayed for in said complaint, which
is in brief, for a decre ■ of said court dis
solving the bonds of matrimony existing
between the plaiiitltr and the defendant
and for an order of sahl court giving the
plaintiff the custody of the minor children
of the parties and changing her name to
This summons is served by publication
thereof, by virtue of an order of Hon. Geo
It Burnett, judge of said court, bearine
late of Anuust 2nd. IW.
ItAMSEY A FENTON.
Attorneys for Plaintifl
11 YOU WISH
thing in the world.” said a
sensible woman the other
day, looking up front a
newspaper, “to lay all the
faults of children to their bringing up.
Here's a story aliout a young girl who
was impertinent to her mother in pub
lic, and it states that ‘every one who
A STAR FETE.
heard her remarked, justly, that it
wasn't her fault—it was her mother’s, ! A Unique Entertainment on the “Five
who had not taught her properly.’ There
It was certainly a brilliant affair, got
is, too. a Spanish proverb, -There are no
ungrateful children,’ which of course up by some society for the purpose of
means that bad children have had no raising money, and it was so success
training to lie grateful for. Now, I do ful that others would do well to copy
not believe lhat doctrine. It is cowardly ' some or all of its bright features. The
and unjust to lay the ingratitude and I entertainment was liel.l in » large hall,
Ohio’s First Newspaper Woman.
undutifulness of all children to their to which admission was had by the pres
is a bright little woman on the
parents. Tlie argument leaves no room
The hall was decorated with bunting, staff of the Xenia Gazette who has quite
for inherited tendencies—inherited (ier-
haps front remote ancestors—nor for the , stars and flowers, everything conform a history as a member of the profession.
differentiation which makes every indi ing to the name of the fete. There were Years ago she was a young schoolgirl
vidual unlike every other individual. If evergreen stars on the walls, alternat tliere named Lua Cary, and was a rela
training were all, why are not all the j ing with tricolored ones. From the tive of the famous Cary sisters, the
children of one family alike? Perhaps chandeliers hung clusters of stars made sweet singers of College Hill, and also
you will say that parents often indulge 1 by covering pasteboard forms with gilt of General Sam Cary, the Democratic
one child more than another: bnt how is paper. They shone as they moved orator.
Lua Cary had a literary ambition and
it that those children who are reared in * slightly in the warm air of tlie place.
Snakes Rob Pigs.
AVhy He Pays Duty on the "Pants.’*
asylums and refuges, and subjected to ! In one prominent place was a star made became a valued reporter on The Ga
Eight little pigs that were suckled by
No. io Spruce Street,
precisely th- same training, influence
their mother on the farm of Mrs. Stin
teaching ami discipline, turn out to be and connecting it properly. When reporter in Ohio, for she wys ready ;.t drawn in the matter of customs de son, two miles from Bridgeton, Bucks
jnst as different from each other as chil lighted it made a bright and suitable any time to report anything from a wed- cisions by the treasury department. A county, suddenly liegan to grow lean
citizen of Detroit went over to Canada
addition to the other jets and the piano
dren reared in different families?"
and thin. They appeared as if they
“You have brought up several chil lamps that were used for illumination.
wore home. The customs officers taxed were being starved to death. As the
The booths were all five pointed and
dren of yonr own?" asked her listener.
him $2.60 duty on the new pantaloons. maternal swine was fat and had the ap
“Several of uiy own. ami two or three j
He applied to the treasury department pearance of lieing a rich source of the
which were not mine." replied the lady, |
for a rebate, and in his letter said, “I necessary lacteal food, Mrs. Stinson was
"ami 1 know that even tlie most carefnl the wood. The articles for sale were
fancied those pantaloons and bought unable until yesterday to discover what
and watchful training will not turn classified, aud similar articles were
ailed the hungry pigs.
court of |Yainlii!l coir.ily.
children out all alike, like shoepegs or grouped together on one point. The
Quietly eWring the pigsty, she was Suite of Oregon.
When he used tlie word “fancied” he
clothespins. Why, in Ihe very first booths liml their advantages—they af
In the matter of the last will ami tvs ;
gave his case away. Assistant Secre astounded to see two immense milk
family that ever existed, according to forded places for five (teoplc to stand
lament of Joel Stowe, deceased.
of intelligence and quick-witted enough to
tary Crounse informed him that the Mc snakes, over five feet long, quietly cling
the Bible, one child was good and tlie while selliug goods, neither one inter
ing to the udder of the mother hog, To Caroline Sucff Margaret Taylor, Joel E. know a ‘‘GOOD THING” nt sight, but
other bad. It is quite probable that
Stowe. Robert A. Stowe, Mary M. Stowe, who has Lost the Most l’riTious Possesnion
of clothing which are a “necessity,” which appai;entlv was not at all dis
Francis M. Stowe, Nancy E. Roberts, ou Earth, viz. GOOD HEALTH, WILL
they were trained very similarly. They cess to tlie money, which was kept on
but as the claimant himself admits that
Elizabeth E. Streeter, Missouri B. Sinit.i, NOT require a SECOND TETJ.ING (o bt
had no long ancestry to furnish them tables in the center: also they gave more
Lulu M Woo ly. Marion T. Itolierts, induced to lieconie a purchaser
he bought the pantaloons because he robbing the pigs of what belonged to
with 'inherited tendencies.' Was it space for purchasers than a round or
Ruth A. Groves, Elizabeth E. Brower,
“fancied” them it stands to reason that them. One of the serpentine pirates
training that made C'ain a ninrdercr, or square booth covering the same space
Marvel T. Stowe, Robert I. Stowe and
they were not an article of necessity. was killed by Mrs. Stinson, but the other
would have done. Of course much of
want of training?”
In the name of the state of Oregon :
“You do not believe, then, that evil the fancy work conformed to the pre
Pittsburg Chronicle Telegraph.
Whereas, Isaac Lambright, sole executor
Do von knowwhv? Because it ispluii
tendencies may lie corrected by advice, vailing pattern.
the last will and testament of Joel Stowe, to lie seen that tlicTRiTTH ONCE TOLL
A Cold Day in the Senate.
precept and teaching?"
late of this county, deceased, has tiled in is enough
The Surprising I’romptnesf
Claimed Millions, Got a Pauper's Grave.
Celebrated though it may be lor the
above named county court his petition with which all classes of people respond t<
“Sometimes [terhaps. But all the floral decorations against an ever
Mrs. Ann Dodge, who was mentioned dignity of its proceedings, the senate the
aad the increasing de
training in the world will not alter a
in a New’ York paper recently as one of occasionally affords rare amusement to authority to sell,in the manner provided by mand for Hr. Gregg s Goods wherever in
LUA CARY COOPER.
child's nature. You may p-rliaps teach to the sale of potted plants and over it
troduced is always recognized and tin
Montana's millionaires, is rejiosing to
a child of a sullen, willful, obstinate dis were inscribed Longfellow's words ding to a murder. She married Charles night in a two cent grave. She claimed those who are compelled to attend its estate, to-wit:
quality of merit takes care of itself. Meta
position to L ep it somewhat under con alxmt flowers. “Stars that in earth's fir Lawhead, a young lawyer. His health to own vast estates in England, and had sessions. Friday it furnished an inci The donation land claim of James 1‘. pliorii ally our statement is Ihe Button—
Yocum in township a south, range 5 west, the Public Press it, and
trol. but y< ii < an never make that child mament do shine.” Over the one where failed and lie went to California. She papers to give an air of probability to dent which is still being laughed about. of
the Willamette Meridian in Yamhill
There is a new reading clerk in the
into a cli< - rful. amiable, lovable person. cut flowers were sold was the line, went along and there nursed him to the her claim. The matter had been pend
county State of Oregon, containing 160 Dr.
Gregg's Eledrie Speriiiliiei
A temb-vey to flippancy ami self conceit “There is a lesson in each flower.” Lit end, and brought home his body for ing for years. Meanwhile she had lie- chamber. He has a good voice, bnt has acres more or less,and also the ioilowingjrle-
“DO THE REST.”
(the groundwork of this inqiertiiieiit
come old and poor. She came to Butte his position. Vice President Morton 1 S2 chains west of the northeast oorncr of The extent of Pressure on ihe button anr
girl's ordering her mother alsint in pub
from San Francisco a year ago, and
said donation land claim, thence west 13.52 the success of Dr. Gregg’s Eldctri<- Good?
lic) it is next to impossible to train out in yellow, with spangles, and crowns of she worked day after day in a fruit can while here was forced to go to the poor laid some executive communications be chains, thence north lOdcgrees and 15 min in “DOING the Rest," is most satisfacto
utes, west 7.0) chains, thence north 3 de rily shown in the marvelous growlh of oui
of a child. Even those qualities which stars on their heads, lielts of stars and
house, where she died Wednesday. By
the past (10 days.
would serin much more external, like a five pointed bit of gilt paper on each to supjxjrt her invalid husband, while a contract with the county a local un take, a treaty negotiated by this govern grees cast, 9.00 chains, thence north 10 de business
Repeated ami increasing demnnds for
she wrote at night letters which won
ment with Great Britain for the im gree- cast. 12.69 chains, thence easterly THEGREGG
untidiness ami indolence (for I have slipper.
ELECTRIC “FOOT WARM
dertaker intbrs Butte's paupers for two provement of the condition of sailors on parallel with south boundary of James
One part of the hall was partitioned great credit but little money.
often heard it preached that habits of
Coleman's donation land claini.5.38 chains, EB” are coining in from all parts of tli<
On her return she at once rejoined cents per head, and that is the kind of a the high seas. Some time ago the Lon thenec easterly to east line of James Cole country with profuse acknowledgement«
order and neatness are simply matters off for fortune telling. The entrance
grave in which rests the body of a wom
so much coinfort for $1 (the price )wa>
of teaching and habit) are very hard to was draped with star trimmed curtains The Gazette staff, and did not give it an who believed herself the rightful don papers announced that this treaty man's donation land claim, 131' , rods that
buying Gold Dollars for ten cents
had been perfected, but not even a whis northerly from southeast corner of said ike
eradicate. Did I ever tell yon aliout of dark blue. an<l over the mysterious
The Rugged Constitution ot Man when
claimt.henee sontlierlv on east lioniidary of
per concerning it has been dropped in said ciaim. 134'.; rods, thence west on tlie once broken, becomes pitiable in the ex
the child that I tried so hard to make entrance was written -Star-tling Dis married to George Cooper, from Spring Cor. Helena Independent.
the public ear by the president or those south boundary line. 1.32 chains, theme treme, from which there is absolutely no
into a trim, tidy, frugal, neat and eco closures." atrocious as a witticism, but field. Mass., who is now general mana
south. f.lOchains to tlie place of lieginning. I esea)»e without assistaiue
associated with him.
so striking at the fete that it attracted ger of the Xenia water works. Her lit
The Voice of the Rdbin.
46 acres situated in said l ountv Electric Belts and Appliances, in cases of
The new clerk seized upon this mes containing
“No, and I should much like to hear many curious patrons. The fortunes erary ability promises something in
and -tate and described on pages l<!9 and
No bird is better known to ns than
liow a woman who has all those quali were told bv astrology er what was sup book form, but she loves the general the robin. Its song is sweet and plain sage and began to read it.
461 of book "I”’ of the records of deeds of KING OF REMEDIES.
Rheumatism is conoucre<l. sufferers from
“I herewith transmit to the senate for said county; and whereas, said iietiflon is
ties in so good measure as yourself could posed to lie that time honored science, work of a newspaper, with its varying tive; it rises early and goes to lied late;
based on tlie provisions of said last will obesity are speedily relieved, dropsy
fail to impress 1heni on any child under as well as by palmistry. A gentlemen interesting changes and daily dramatic it loves to dwell and nestle near toman, ratification,” he began.
yields, spinal difficulties and par
testament, and whereas, -aid county
Instantly the experienced employee and
ill a dark blue gown bordered with stars features.
court has ordered that said petition be alysis disappear, and many other diseases
and has an air of sprightliness and con
Women are permanently cured
heard by said court at the usual place of
“Well, I did fail miserably, ami that told fortunes from the hand: a lady in
fidence which endears it to us all.
said court in said county, on .Sat fully described In complete catalogue for Ge
experience showed me the injustice of dull yellow, with fillet girdle, bracelets
There will be much fur worn next
The songs of birds may lie divided Captain Bassett shot ont of his chair, holdinz
tlie 8th day of Oetolier, 1S92, at the I or elaborate circular tree. We guarantee
laying all faults to training, or the lack and necklace of gilt stars, presided over fall anti winter, the furriers say, and into six utterances. The call note of and the mercury in the thermometer urday,
hour'of one o’clock p. in of said day and to forfeit twice the price of any of Dr.
of it. I began with that child liefore the astrologic il department. The place they lire providing it for every possible the mate in spring; the loud, clear note hanging near dropped 30 degs.
directed the issuance and service of this* • Gregg’s Gooda found to I m » not genuine
While the senators looked helplessly oitation. Now, therefore, you and each of I j We make an elegant little $3 Electric Belt,
she was old enough to do the simplest was lighted by yellow shaded candles, need. Walking boots and house slip of defiance, the note of fear when dan
is selling'very rapidly and which we
kind of work—began by insisting bn her and the sides wore draped with dark pers even will be bordered with some ger threatens the nest, the note of alarm around the treaty was rescued and a you are hereby notified and required to be I • which
and appear in the alsive named county will take in exchane for any Higher Power
picking up her toys ami putting them blue, caught up with stars.
kind, and gloves will have gauntlets of or war cry, the note of affection for document containing no executive se court at the said time and place appointed Belt t except £> Belt) and credit on the
Another feature of the evening which beaver or some other short-pile fur.
in place every night; by having a row
their young, and the soft, tender, full, crets was placed in the clerk's hand. by said court for hearing said petition as ' price of new order. Remember the electric
His voice was husky for the next hour, aforesaid ami show cause, if any exists, “Foot Warmers” are.«! a pair, worth $10.
of hoqks low enough for her to reach in might or might not be successfully
Velvet and uncut velvet will enter melodious love warble.—Troy Times.
and the temperature in the neighborhood why an order of sale of said real premises Address
the Wardrobe, where she was taught to •copied was "The Pleiades." -even bright largely into the autumn lionnets. They
of the clerk's desk continued low until should not be made as in said petition THE GREGG ELECTRIC CURE CO.,
hang l)er cliches at night and her night ladies in navy blue, each wearing a are not all small by any means. For
501 inter Ocean Building, Chicago. HI.
dress in th> morning; by teaching her duster of seven shining stars on her those who look better in large liats or
111 testimony whereof I have hereunto
The residents of Cartersville, Mo., be after the adjournment.—Washington
and mention this paper,
set my hand and affixed the seal of the
to have her small undergarments—hose left shoulder, whose duty it was to see bonnets,there are flaring pokes, aud pic came somewhat alarmed and unusually Letter.
said county court at niv office m said conn
and so on—laid nicely in her drawer, I that the guests had a good time and ture hats with towering plumes, and pious, a few days ago, on discovering
Story About Disraeli.
ready for her wearing. Despite all my . were living entertained.
fronnets of shirred silk, satin and velvet. that the ore in a zinc mine thereabouts,
Notice to Creditors.
Lord Beaconsfield once delivered a fa 102.
There was some exquisite singing of
W m . G alloway .
care, I donbt if shg ever put toys or gar
Beaded fringe at the waist is much at a depth of eighty-five feet, proved so
ments in place without being specially
worn over silk, and with this is usually hot that it could not lie handled without
. Notice is herchy given that the under
E d . H exdbicks .
"Stars of the Summer Night" and the purchased a beaded and wired Medici thick gloves. They thought that satan not reported in its entirety, at all events
signed have lx*en appointed by the county
Clerk of the above named court. ’court of Yamhill county, state of Oregon,
“As she grew up she showed an utter • reading of that beautiful old favorite, collar, aud Imth can be made postichc. had suddenly changed his abode and
R amsev A F extox ,
administratrix and administrator of the es-
Attorneys for estate.
lack of tidiness and order; her clothes "A Child's Drcam of a Star." Refresh-; so as to lie transferred from one costume moved his heating apparatus unpleas
i tate of Erastus Downing, late of said coun-
the oration in which he boasted of hav
were scattered all about her room, her ment«. including ice cream and ices to anot her.
: ty, deceased Therefore all persons hav-
antly near Cartersville.—Yankee Blade.
ing educated his party—a stinging re
1 ing claims against said estate are herehv
schoolbooks were anywhere, wherever frozen in star shaped molds, (minted '
minder for which his aristocratic follow
Inotifid and required to present ilu-m. with
An Fpisode at the Convention.
Three Black Crows Again.
she chanced to drop them; she could cakes and confectionery, slierliets and
proper vouchers therefor, to us at our resi
were served on small tables, cadi j It was a pleasant episode at the meet
never find her pencil, scissors orthimble: coffee,
The growth of a “hue and cry” was ing did not thank him. On this oration
dences in said county within six months
lighted by a centerpiece of candles :; ing of the Christian Endeavor conven-
her handkerchief was never at hand; placed in the prevailing five pointed
from the date of this notice.
well illustrated the other day on the
. tion when Ira D. Sankey referred to the banks of the Seine. Two fishermen in a quet, and the flower and chivalry of the
Dated Scptemlier 7th 1892.
when she hail half a dozen pretty whit» pattern.
A xme I sabel W illis .
pleasant relations of England and Amer- boat got into an altercation with a wom
aprons for school they were always all
Indiana Has ><» Cause to Complain. , ica. The Canadian delegates sprang to an engaged in washing a poodle on the head table.
soiled at once; if she had several cam
Administratrix and administrator of ,iid
By some mistake a decanter of good
Indiana was first represented on a na- j their feet as Mr. Sankey sat down and shore, splashed her with water and fled
bric, gingham or muslin frocks she was
R am < e \ A F enton
sure to have no fresh one among them I tioiial presidential ticket in 1852, when I electrified the andience by striking up from her wrathful shrieks. A crowd port instead of light, claret was placed
Attorneys for said estate.
unless I watched her dressing every day. Gcorgo W. Julian was the candidate of “God Save the Queen.” The conven- collected, the cry was raised that a in front of the mystic statesman when
Bottlea Cured Her. vi
How hard I tried to tench her to lie neat, the- Free Soil Democrats for vice presi ! tion broke into cheering and all the woman had been drowned, and scared he rose to speak, and every time he took
CSBBOLL, la., July, 1889.
and careful with her clothes, to show dent. The ticket received no electoral I women in tlie house waved their hand- by the success of their joke the two fish a sip he felt rejuvenated, and the more
I was «uflering 10 years from shocks In mJ
her that she must always lutve clean votes. Indiana's next representative | kerchiefs.
ermen attempted to escape down the he took the more he felt inclined to talk
in radiant spirits. With liis arms folded, bead, so much so that at times I didn't expect
When the Canadians were through river.
garments ready for need; that she must was Schuyler Colfax, who was elected
not wear clothes which needed mend vice president along with General Grant ' the audience promptly continued the
They were finally arrested at some
ing: that she must not pin patch; that in 1868. In 1872 no Indiana name was song, substituting the words “My coun distance on the charge of having mur
Koenig’s Nerve Tonic; the second dose relieve,!
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she must uot toss her clothes on chairs on any of the regular tickets. Bnt after try,'tis of thee.” It was now Canada's dered a woman and her baby for the umn after column for hours, and the re me and 2 bottles cured me.
3 . ’ ■
S. W. PECK.
and then sit on them and press them Mr. Greeley's death the Democratic turn to cheer and wave handkerchiefs. sake of the rings worn by the former, porters were tnniing out the “copy”
full of wrinkles; that she must not use electoral votes were most of them east She replied to “America" with “Blest and of having thrown the lxxlies into with manufacturing rapidity far beyond
S an M abcos , Cal, October, 1890.
pins where buttons should be; that she
the water, and it required all the en
It is very ungrateful of me that I hare not
must keep her room tidy, and that she vice presidential votes were east for dience joined and there was another ergy of the police to save them from tho with.
sooner written how much good Pastor Koenig's
must brush her teeth night ami morn George W. Julian. In 1876 Thomas A.
2,000 people who had followed them
Nerve Tonic has done me. I must say that
Hendricks was the candidate for vice
along the shore in order to lynch them. speech only reached the newspapers in every spoonful strengthened, and gave me re 1 <»r information and frea Handbook write to
Ml NN & CO.. 381 B roadway , N ew Y ork .
a mangled form, aud wherever it was freshing Bleep, and I feel better and healthier
shot an Anaconda in a Tree.
"Then you think her headles-ness president on the Democratic ticket. In
Olde-t bureau for securing patents in America
The government telegraph service of
Every patent taken out by us 1» brought before
1880 William H. English (ilayed a simi Arthur Seeds discovered a huge snake Great Britain operates about 30,000 read there was mystification aud a con than ever before. Accept my heartfelt thanks. the
and untidiness were hereditary?"
public by a notice given free of charge in the
"No, I cannot see how that could Is-; lar role. In 1884 Thomas A. Hendricks in the top of a tree in Olathe recently, miles of lino and handles nearly 33,000,- siderable row. But it may lie added
her mother was a good New England resumed his place as second on the Dem I and shot the reptile through the head. 000 telegrams a year. Last year 6,000,- that some of the reporters on that occa
A Valuable Hook on Nerroua
housekeejier. carefnl, neat handed and ocratic ticket. In 1888 Indiana for the The snake was over six feet in length 000 telegrams were handled in London sion had looked upon the wine when M U m M Disease* sent free to any address,
F and poor patient« can also obtain
it was red, and their notes were taking t | Kr
^reol.tlon of any BdfntlSs paper In the
orderly, who knew how to do all kinds first time had the first place on the and a fine specimen of the anaconda. A alone.
I i L b L s thia medicine free of charge«
Splendidly illustrated. No Intcllieent
exercise on stilts when they came to de This remedy has been prepared by the Reverend worid.
man should be without it. Weekly, *3.00
of housework and sewing, and did them presidential ticket. Benjamin Harrison side show disbanded there some time
Pastor Koenig, of Fort Wayne. lad., since 1378, and
Address MUNN A CO
“Take your tennis shoes aboard ship
well. But that girl would as soon wear was placed in the White House. This
Pt blishkrs , 361 Broadway. New York.
is now prepared under his direction by the
Nearly UO. ihk ) veterans have indicated
a ilress slit front waist to hem as not year lie is on the ticket again. It is turned two monkeys and eight snakes with you,” said a young woman who
KOENIC MED. CO.. Chicago, III.
(at least about home; she was yam thus seen that in every presidential cam . loose on the community. The monkeys has done it. “The rubber soles make their intention to attend the national en
I nio r Ar A tn
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Sold by Druggist» at SI por Bottle. 6 for BS.
enough ab^ut her appearance in public). paign since 1868 Indiana has had vital were captured soon after, but the snakes the best of footholds on the often slip » campment of the Grand Army of the
SOM, vur^iuuiurlxt-d agent*
have lieen at large ever since.
Republic in Washington in September. I I.aiYfc Site. «1.75. e B .tUe. tor SB.
If a. button_came off .her clothing »he interest in the result.
A MAN. OR WOMAN.
Notice i- hcrtljy given that t|iV under
signed has liecu appointed ad'iiinistratrix
will» the will annexed > of me estate oi
Hall.ii< 1 Tjiriicr. decc.-ised. by the eountv
court t.f Yamhill ivinty state of Oregon;
ami lias duly qualified a- sm-h administra
trix. Therefore all ; erson., having claims
against «ahi estate are "hereby required to
present them witn the proper vouchers
therefor to me at my residence near North
Yamhill, in -aid e..unty, within six months
from this date.
NAM Y TURNER,
itai.isey A Fenton. Attorneys for Estate.
dUC ELY BROTHERS, 56 Warren Street NEW YORK. DUG
Notice to Creditors.
OF DR. GREGG S ELECTRIC
Belts and Appliances.
from Terminal or Interior Points IL
1» the Line to Take
To all Points East & South
It lithe DINING CAR ROUTE. It ran*
Through VESTIBULEO TRAINS
Every Day in Ihe Year to
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
(No Change of Caro)
Composed of DINING CARS
PULLMAM DRAWING ROOM SLEEPERS
(Of Latest Equipment,)
TOURIST SLEEPING CARS
Best that can be constructed ami in
Jhlch accommodations are for hol
ers of First or Second-qnss Tick
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
A Continuous Line connecting with all
lines, affordiug direct ana unin
Pullman Sleeper reservations can ba »»cur
ed in advance through buv agent of tlie road
TiaLak To and from all Point.
I Itnrto ¡n America, England
e can be purchased at any tickal
Fnll information concerning rates, tim«
of trains, routes and other detail« furnlibad
6n application to any agent, or
A l). CHARLTOX
Asst. General rauenger Agwil
Reavral antes or tlie Company, Me, ISI
East and South
southern Pacific Route
Express Tyains l*eave Portland Daily.
7.60 p in San Francisco M.lfr am
-an Fran. . 7:00 p tn'.Portland
Above trains stop only at following ata-
ions north of Roseburg: East Portland,
Iregon Citv, Woodburm, Salem, Albany,
Tangent, Shedd», Halsey, Harriaburg, J tui
tion city, Irving, Eugene
Roseburg Mall Daily.
Portia id .
s :O5 a m Roseburg... 5:40 p na
Roseburg. 0:20 a m Portland. . 4 :(J0 p iu
Albany Local, Daily. Except Sungay.
p m Albany......... 9. pm
a m Portland .
8:55 a m
Pnlhiiaii Buffet Xkepers,
Tourist Sleeping Car*,
For accommodation of second clas» passen
gers attaches! to express trains
WEST DIOE 0IVISI0N
Between Portland and Corvallia.
Mail Train Daily, except Sunday.
At Alhan.v and Corvallis connect with
rains of Oregon Pacific
Express Train Daily, except Bunday.
4 :IO p in McMnn .. 7.25 ptu
5:45 a mj Portland.
Through Tickets to all Points
EAST AND 80UTH.
For tickets and full information retard
i ng rates, mans, etc., call on the Company's
igent at McMinnville.
E. P. ROGER«,
As«t. G F. <t P Agt
Leaving Portland, 8:45 A. M.
7:30 P. M.
1 DAY STO
7 Hours Quicker to St. Paul,
23 Hours Quicker to Chicago,
40 Hours Quicker to Omaha and
Sleepers, JTree H.eclin-
ixig- Ciiair Car*. Trinine
For rates or general information call on
IL IiI'BI.BERT, Asst. Gen. Pam. Agt.
251 Washingbin St ,
P ortland , Oaaaox.