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TfTUJlSDAY-...XOVEMBEIi 23, 1S7S.
A CROWD OF BOIS.
v. . live in a bit of a oot'age.
V lib mow neither niy nor wld'.
1 ei we're rteh " P?:lnrr.M
ur children count ,hrT SLand baaeL
Tl,rere brown '"endowed;
Ami with various Rm"Jht our Benny
A ud the seboolboj -fT . 'rd.
Hie Jollkwt boy ,n c
. . r too w on,y daughters,
vt.Mh her sewing one .Tar,
H!,?,Ud'be mM-tot tortw,.
TJ.TJJjK. hear voices no loud,
, ':n"TTiolr added, -Your Benny
i ,ne uunassl by n the crowd"
i eir grandpa drops In of a morning,
xod Is on en invited to Mop
- tell them some story or other,
r meod up a wagon or ton.
ta always a mated at Unfr saying,
Vnd seems ol them all to be proud ;
i it be says, MKto voce, tliat Betrny
Is tbe smallest of all In tbe crowd.
And grandma, who dwells In the quiet.
Unmoved by earth's clamor ami nole,
t iimefi In with her sweet. idacM manners.
For an afternoon's talk with tbe boys.
She seta them at peace. If a quarrel
Breaks ever their joys like a cloud:
Abels fond or them all, bat thinks Benny
Ti tbe prettiest boy In tbe crowd.
unt Jane, from her lately old mansion,
Cershadowed by poplar and elm.
Came down to tbe eKy last winter
To visit my turbulent realm.
' am glad," she assured me. at parting,
-Such blessing to you are allowed;
BJt keep a tight rem on that Benny:
Hea toe sauciest boy in tbe crowd r
Ah. me! what a mixed reputation
For any one boy to possess!
- tbe others have talent unnumbered,
'fr a Babel. 1 rraukly confess
philosopher a-ted to appraise them.
?t tbalusk woui.1 be nuzsled and cowed,
ouch at dinner might reason that Benny
sthe hnncrle.t buy in tbe crowd.
A night, when they all have been "cUled
;n cribaod In cradle and bed,
I oouor of ln.iertlon
And nlllow eaeb luinlerine- bead:
A nd HUe I eomtnend them to heaven,
With spirit In reverence bowed.
I aei sare 1 can .
dearest ana iwh in me oruwx.
THE INDIAN WAS OP 1855-C.
Information having reached the nu
tbqrHles that some of the warring tribes
bad despaired of their ability to exter
minate the white race, and wished to
hury the hatchet, Governor Stevens ap
pointed tbe full moon of August as the
time, arjd Fort Masou as the place of
Meeting for the consideration of terms
of peace. And he ordered the military
authorities under him to inform the hos
tile bands of auob appointment, hoping
to have a general attendance for
the .best results. Xor was It found
a difllcult task to reach them, as the
volunteers' camps were often visited by
the eVer-weloome 2sez Perces, who, be
fog on equally amicablo terms with the
disaffected tribes, were nothing loth to
engage In an enterprise that promised
fame and emolument, while involving
little exertion and no risk. And since
the impression generally prevailed that
If we had any further trouble with the
dispirited foe, we must provoke it our
selves, we were expected thenceforth
to merely maintain an attitude of de
fense, and await the results of the ap
roaohlng council. In faot, although
we had little ground for tbe belief, we
mil felt perfectly safe anywhere in tbe
Walla Walla Valley at that time, and
oar officers, never too strict disciplina
rians, allowed us to go and come at will.
One day, in company with Richard
Lak-a-too-at-tis, a Xcz Peree who had
been reared and educated by the Presby
terian Missionaries, I visited the local
ity where Dr. Whitman and his accom
plished helpmeet spent the last days of
their adventurous lives where they
died'at the bands of the faithless vaga
bonds they had sought to save. All that
was combustible about the premises
was consumed as a sequel to the heart-
loss butchery. And except a number of
wted-grown mounds that marked the
sites of the adobe houses, little was to
be seen to remind the visitor of the
tolls, the privations and dangers this
unselfish pair bad endured in behalf of
thankless, unappreclalive savages. On
an elevated spot a short distance from
tbe ruins of tbe main dwelling, I was
shown -where these victims of an un
paralleled ingratitude reposed in a
wholly neglected grave with the twelve
others who shared their fate on that
terrible day. Two or three scraggy apple-treesstill
survived the gcueral wreck,
and as If to attest that all the endeav
ors of that pious pair had not been In
vmlo, displayed upon their lichen-covered
branches a semblance of fruit.
Aod a few exotic aunuals timidly lifted
their drooping heads from among the
rank growth of worthless weeds, a strik
ing picture, may we not hope, of the vi
tality of the good seed sown in the
hearisof some, for whose sake so much
bad been done and suffered. One of
Oregon's most fluent and graceful
writers, in describing a visit to this in
teresting locality someytars subsequent
to the time of which I write, In spenk
ior "f the scarlet poppiet that grow in
pro fusion among these ruins, aptly says:
"Sadly significant it Is that the flower
whose evanescont bloom Is the symbol
of unenduriug joys should be the only j
tangible witnees left of the womanly
testes and toils of the faithful mission
ary who gave her life as a sacrifice to
But as the principal Incidents In the
IragVeai eoi of Dr Marcus whitman, to
whom the CitlIeD8 of Oregon and
as t! ,i r Bveroment-I say
shall not dlgreTun, eJrUtrreide8'
tbem. ""titer, lo 8peak of
During the early part of ,he evening
following my visit to the X
another small party of volunteer, w ,
In contempt alike of danger and' U!
pllne, bad been decoyed some mii ,
camp by "Xed the d.praved,"
trnrtVIni in nn font. ..ik .i. ...
o.0 .,u luo Biartiinir
.. i 1. ... 1 . 1 1 .1 ! I . "
uea luut wimo riuiug along m fancied
Becuruy in me vaney below they
were charged upon by a body of ma
rauding reds; that poor Jsed had fallen
from his horse at the first fire, and that
they bad only saved themselves by
abandoning their steeds and taking
reiuge in a bush-grown swamp. Exam
laatlon of the ground the following
morning confirmed their statement as
to the preseueeof Indians, but furnished
no clue to the fate of Ked. Hut If there
were auy tender-hearted among us who
were moved to tears on first hearing of
tbe untimely end of our veracious
guide, their days of mournlug were
short, forbut a fewdays thereafter, that
versatile genius appeared again in ma'
terial form, and in a new ami uuex-
pected rote, and although those present
all admitted that he sustained his part
well, I never beard of his being solic
ited by a long army of names to repeat
the plav. A supply train of thirty au
imals, with about that number of men,
en route from The Dalles to our camp,
was stopped on the Itlg Hill near the
Walla Walla ill ver by about ion inill-
ans, and our lost and lamented guide
proudly rode up, demanded tin uncondi
tional surrender, or he declared, with
oaths that evinced ills former intimacy
with civilized people, he would proceed
at once to the manufacture of
halr-rone. and should require the
party to furnish the material.
I was not of the party, and do not affirm
it aa a fact, but I bad It on what I con
sldered good authority that the student
in the accomplishment of profanity
might have had a gratuitous lesson In
all the beauties of the art. Hut although
they swore they would fight to the
death rather thau surrender anything
to the erewhile guide, so persistently
did he and his yelllnir comrades keen
up the fusilade, that the volunteers,
who were su tiering from thirst and des
titute of ammunition, escaped after
dark and left everything but their rid
lug horses to the hated foe.
With this ill-starred party was a man
who had manifested commendable zeal
during tbe summer in sowing the good
seed In the questionable soil of our
Xed's heart, and he had expressed the
belief on more than one occasion that
the germ was already visible, and that
soon he expected to see an abundant
harvest. Hut when our philanthropist's
most promising disciple confronted him
on the highway with a double-barreled
shotgun and attempted to take his life,
uo wonder if his faith in the speedy re
generation of redskins was hopelessly
wrecked, or that thenceforth bis voice
was amongst the loudest and most per
sistent iu advocacy of the policy of utter
To be continued.!
Care ok Fowls and Koos. A Mich
icau farmer s wife, who has had .mien
did success, mauages her poultry In this
way: "My nen-nouso Is in a sheltered
location, bavins; a southern eitmure.
Tlie roost I n it Bnd layinc rooms are
warm, and kenl clean and well vntl.
Iated. I keen dry soil. sand, and ashps
scattered over the floor, renewinc it
Irom time to time. I varv tho food.
Corn when fed by Itself fattens the hen
butdoes not produce the more profitable
egg laying. I think it well to give a
feed of corn at night. I often make a
mush for my hens of coarse srround In
dian meal, well seasoned with red pep-
ier, ami teett it to til em not. Some
limeSyiustead of red pepper, I season
with iioree-radisli, mustard, or ginger.
Wild birds eet access to many hltrhlv-
spieed wild buds and berries, the lack of
wlilcn Is supplied to our domestic fowls
by the use of condiments. I save all
my potato, turnip, ami apple parings to
boil for tny liens; and when I can, I boll
litem In the water In which meat has
been boiled, and, If possible, feed them
a little rare meat twine a week. I occa
sionally put a spoonful of sulphur in
their food to keep them clear of vermin.
My hens lay all winter, ami average 100
eggs per year. I never beep heus over
titree years oii."
A Trihcte TO Womex. It Is the
time of trial that sifts the gold from the
dross; but In such days and nights of
atiguisn as me plague-stricken cities
have endured, the gold itself is tried by
Ore. Human nature goes to the su
preniest teit, and tbe qualities that sur
vive are good and noble indeed. The
Memphis Avalancfte, describing the
scenes of misery and trial, says: "Par
ents have deserted chiidrcu, and chil
dren parents, husbands their wives, but
not one wife a hatband." Tho Italics
are ours. There Is the answer to many
a cruel sneer at. woman in mat testt
mony; there is the offset to many a lr.
Ilty and folly with wliieh woman is
justly charged. It renews our faith in
humanity to see Its nobility once mure
established, and, enshrined with the
hichest of its Ideals, tbe wife's devo
Hon, undismayed and unshaken, com
mand our worsliiplul applause. J Tula
'Truth Is mighty and will prevail,"
is now an established maxim. Wo be
gin to see and feel that, though error
may for a season have lis course, the
time will come when Its own violence
will correct itself, and that, nut of the
ruins of tyranny ami delusion, truth
brings a brighter, a fairer, a more en
during aspect. Jfatnre never goes back;
she may pause fas would appear to us)
In an onward course. For example, see
tue Dark Aces that succeeded trie de
struction of the Itnman Empire. But
what were these in the annals of time?
Her people, her arts, and sciences were
scattered through Europe, ami formed
the cerm or that Knowledge and cxneri
ence that has enlightened a vast con
AGKXTS roil TlIK 2VE1V AItTIIVIT.
Tbe following persons are duly authorized to
act as Acent for the Nrw Northwest
Mr. Laora DeForee Gordon California
Ashby Pearce- Ren ton county
Ml VlnrlnlaOlds. McMlnnvllle
.M. t . uwen soquei, California
D. P. Porter.
San Joe, Cal
-Spokan Falls, W.T
- -Walla Walla
Colfax, W. T
Mrs. Nellie Curl
Mrs. C. M. Folta
Mrs. W. A. Mills
I). II. (fray
Mrs. J. A. Johns
Mrs. Lottie Ream
Mrs. I. R. l'roebslel
Li u Williams
Mrs. M. A. Warner.
's Mary HI shop
Mrs. S. A. Nichols
Mrs. R. a. Vswlr. 1"
M. B. R. rUhop.......
a W. Reach
Mr, m. p. cook"..::::.
. H'-H. Foster
Mrs. A. K.)rwln....
L. P. Fisher
OUr p.rt.e, to 'J
please forward their ajm iv- J. '. . 'l
LIST OF POST OFFICES.
RAKRK coii fir.
Auburn' Astasia. Baker City. Claricxvllle,
ExpceM Ranch. Kldnado,Qem, Humboldt Ba
sin. Jordan Valley, Rye valley, wine vine,
Sumter, Stone, Conner Creek, .Nortli lmwder.
. . . . . tH.m fVkllla. 11
Valley, Liberty, Little Blk, Newport, Newton,
Oneatla, l'hilouiatb. Starr Point, Summit,
Toledo, Yanulna. Monroe, liuewau-r.
Heaver. Rulle Creek. Canby. Clackamas.
Clear Creek, Cuttlnssvllle, lbtniMseus, Bncje
Creek, Glad Tiding', HiKlilanu, Molalla, Jill
watikta. N'toalr. Norton. Oreson City. Osweao,
Sandy, Springwaler, Zlon, New Kra, Harlow,
Jlllia, lnmn juiih, miofMr rerry, nowini
Home, Itliigo l'otlit, StaHonl, Viola.
Alorla.CIinnn. Jewell. Knanna. Nehalem
SkliwiHHi.Smwhle House. WeNtport. Isthmus,
Ulney, summer House, Kort CiatMip. Milia
Coos City. Cooullle. Ifctra. Kmnlre City. Kif
chanted Iralrle, Kalrvlew, lleriuausvllk,, Hen
ryvllle, JIaibHehl. North Head. Ott, Ran
dolph. .Sllkln, Sltkum, Utter city, Ramloii,
Omledo, Urevel ford, Iowa Stoosih, Freedom,
J " -1 J , . ki Aiinmi i f..
Columbia Cltv. Clatiknuiirr.klu,l 1?
nler. Klverslde. St. Helens. SuTle'u ininiul.
Cheteoe, BIleBtbunt, 1'ort Urford.
Camas Valley, Cleveland, ColeM Valley,
Iraln, Klklon, Galesvllle, Gardner, KeHomCs,
, .'iiiuc uim .vrwi iiiiywn
vllle, Oakland. Pasa Creek, Itosebnrc, Sooits-
Comsloek, IKy Creek, Elk Creek, Klk Head,
vsnr, ifcwuuu 1'mirte, outpour springs.
Alvord, Canyon City. Cantn Wauon. Itav
ville.Jobn liny City, I'rairle.Cliy, Parkersvllle,
I'litehardv, Sumter. Camp Harney, Granite;
jtirauiiimi, jiu emon, i-enoia.
Applegate, Afhbtnd. Ilrownshnrooch, Cen
tral Point, Kacle Point, Grant's I'm, Hot
Springs. Jacksonville, Lakeport, Phomlx,
Rock Iolnt, turn's Valley. Table Rock, Wil
low SprliM(, Rarron, lint Uatte, DanJanellH,
BnnlhPMalr l '. ....1 .. 1 1 1
Klrby. Inland. Slale Creek.Waldn, AUIiouse,
liicKj- inni, turpny.
Antler, Itonanxa. Dairy. Chewaocan. Urews
Valley, Goose lake. Lake View, Incel! Vnl-
unKvine, tenvaUMen. rew nix Cre
Mlver iMke, spraeue River. Summer Mice,
niieniii, mum rerry, Yainax
Hie I'ralrie, Cotlase Grove. Creswell
camp creek. Cartwrlehtv, Iiexter. Kucene
City, h-ranklln. Junction, Ixnc Tom, Mo
hawk, Pleasant Hill, Sulslaw. spencer Creek,
spmutflekl, Trent. Willamette Forks, Chesher,
Ktwt Pork, Gate Creek, Goshen. Ida, Irvlnir,
Isabella, leabar, liver pool, Mabel, McKenxle
Albany. Rbr Prairie. BrownavlMe. Craw.
fonlsvitle, IHamond Hill, Fox J.'Hliy, Gnus
lUilce, jiarrtstHinr. llama Ririieh, HulMsy
Jonfan, Ibaitno, .Miller. Muddy. ML Plenum.
Peoria, Plue, ."rio, Slimld's, Soda Sriniii so-
uaviiie,weev iionie,vnsKTiiie, jnnsent,Vater'
Aurora, Anmsvllle, llaUevllle, Brooks, Falr-
neld, Gervals, imotMuti, jenereon, Marlon
Monitor, Newellsvllle, Sa lem'.SUvei ten. Stay
on, St. I'aul. Turner, Woodburn, Alder, IIow.
ell Prairie, Mehabem, Sublimity.
Kast IVirtland, Iortland IVtwetl's Valley.
St. Johns, Willamette Sloaf.n, Alblna, Roooter
Rethel, Baena Vista, Ilallas. Kola, Klk Horn
Grand Homle.Independence. Uncoln. Iiekhi.
mute, Lewtsville, Monmouth, Perrydale, Itle-
Garibaldi, Kllcbrs, Netaru, Neetoekton.TII
aiuooK, jrass;, enaiem.
Butler Creek. Heppner, Iieaoe, Marshall
Meadowvllle. Milton. Pilot Rork. IVndleton
Umatilla, Weston, Willow Forks, Overton
Cove, Island City, La Grande, North IViwdnr,
Om Iell, SummerrlHe, Union. Wallowa, lu-
atan, kik rial, rraine ureeK, nparta.
Antelooe. Bridie Creek. Hood River. Mlteh
ell, JlU Hood, iTlnevllle, Scott's, Shellroek,
Snanlah Hollow. Tbe Dalles. Warm Snrhws
Wasco, WlHonchby, Fossil, pine Creak, Lose
Rook. Bake Oven. Crown Rork. Camti Iolk.
DeMhuies, Dufar, Howard, Klnsaley, Alex,
Hprtna Valley, Tjrak Valley, Upper OctHieo,
Beaverton, Cedar Mill, Cornelius, THIley, For
est Grove.GIenoe,Greenvtlle, Hillaboru.Mld-
dieton. Mountain taue, i-ease, snail's Ferry,
svlors Perrv. Tualatin. Wanatn. Oenuwvilto
Gale's Creek, Gaston, Joppa, Reedvtlle, West
. Amity, Bellevue, Carletoo, Dayioa. Lafiiy-
ette, MeMinnviiie, .Minn laiunui, snernMn,
SL Joe, Wel Cnehalem, WbeaUand, Newberi;.
Neah Bay, New Dumreneas, 1'ort Angeles
Rattle O round, Brush I'ralrie, Fourth Plain,
Martin's mun, iioneer, ousniofl, unniu
Rldce. Vancouver. Waanotujal, Fern Prairie,
Iji Center, Hayes, laicoiu.
Ceilarvllle, Chehalls IVdnt, Kims, HoUiam,
Monteaino, uacviiie, sauop, aoarun.
Alpowla.BurksvUle, Itayton. Pomeroy.THk-
anou, .Millet, rvrry, .Marengo.
Oastle Rock, Preeport, Knlama, Tiwer tiow
IIU, Montleello. ML Coffln. Oak 1'olnt, Pekln,
Sliver LHHe, uiswhsd, uieqaa.
Conpevtlle, Co vela od, Ikagally, UbwbHly,
i srr KKSOk-.
Port Discovery, Port Ladtow, pit Townsend.
Black Klver. Dwamiab. Fall Cttr. Henltle.
Slauchler. Sniualniy, suaek, White Hirer,
Port Rlakely, Port Gamble. Port Madison,
ivn uimsiu, cssumk, ivsuil.
Block House, Col am bus. Goldendata. Kliekl
tat. White Halmon, Rlakely, Fnlda, KUckMut
Ateernon. Roiaiort. Chehalls, Claouaui. Cow
litz, Glen Kden, Uttle KalU, Meadow Ilnxik,
enuca, aiiver wwii, inioeK. saeeiio.
A read a, IJalilvllle, Oakland, Skokotnlsli.
Ilroceport, Brook field . Knapnton.Oystervllle,
Rlverale. Sooth Bend, Unity, Woodward's
Landing, Hay Center, Ike View, South Bend,
r.ini, riwiKun, vw inenma.
PayaUup, Stellaeoom City, Taooma. Ahlar
town, Carbon, Acton, Summer, Mock, Wtlke-
sen Juan, Iyopsr, Oren, Kast Sound, Hrklar
. - t 1 1 it.l.tku ( ..1. . .
jenierviiiB, imvu, iwvfnitiim
Tulallp, Park Place, Stam wood.
Cascades, Colllnt' Ijandlnc.
ruU frvr. Pnar lAkes. Fort DatvllLv Han?.
onok. line Grove. Rock Creek. IlosaMn.
Spokane Bridge, Spokane Falls, Union Rhlge,
rvi flAnk. Tlefivar. Miami Pralrie-fMrmtdAe.
TanalqnoH, fenlno, To in water, VelHi, Imle-
Cathlnmet. Eagle CUB", Skamoka war. Water-
Pataha Prairie. Waltsburg. Walla Walla.
Cedar Grove. GaeniM. La Conner. Teltmhl.
Lnmml. Lvixlen. Nootawchk. 1'olnt lllmtn.
Samlsh, Seahome, Seiahmoo, Ship Harbor,
Ship Island, Skagit, Trod er.Wbaleom.r'Walgo.
Cedar Creek. Colfiax. Rwartavtlle-Owensfinrf-
Palouse. Steptoe, Unkm Pint, Walton, Clinton,
Iltchvllle, Panawarta, line Creek, Rosalia.
Attannm.Ellensburg, Fort SJmeoe,Klttllas,
v2klma70C ' :an.um- I'Jaasaat Grove. Selab,
Money Order Offices.
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EIGHTH YEAR OF rUBLIOlTIOX !
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The I loner of Horehound soothes AND
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the Tar-bahn cleanses asd heals the throat
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TKICE 50 CENTS AND $1 PER BOTT5J.
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riiO MAY BR SUFFERING FROM THE
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There are many at the age of thirty to sixty
who are troubled with too frequent evacuation
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ing of tbe system in a manner tbe patient can
not account for. On examining tbe urinary
deposits, a ropy sediment will often be found,
aad sometimes small particles of albumen
will appear, or tbe color will be of a thin
mllklsb hue, again changing to a dark and
torpid appearance.. There are many men wbo
die of this difficulty ignorant of the cause,
which la the second stage of seminal weakness.
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cases, and a healthy restoration oT the genilo
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(Successor to Peter Wagner),
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PORTLAND, OREGON. T
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Corner-Thirteenth and II streets.
7 1'ORT LAN I), OREGON. 7
THE AURORA RESTAURANT,
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A GOOD SQUARE MEAL
For 25 Cents. M
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I"u bite generally to eall at his
NEW BUTCHER SHOP,
Washington at., one door east or Third