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MY ttpjJL LO.VB.
Aropgdf thevcampfires of the last
raeqtipg of tho'Q. A, R. tit tho na
tional capital eat generals, colonels,
majors, lieutenants, captains and
privato Bolcliers, whoso war experi
ences thrilled many hearts and made
tho nights ring with shouts and
Onqoyen,ing Colonel Cooper of a
Nqw, York jrpgjmpnt boasted of how
ho "won his wife near tho capital in
'65," and added, "Sho was 12 and I
"Who's going to believe such n
yarn as that, colonel f"
"Solid truth, boys."
"Yes," put in Major Drake, "it is,
and she was a rob oo,"
"Yes," said tho colonel, "a reb.
tho handsomest littlo rebel in Vir
ginia." Tho colonel rubbed his hands to
gether liko a boy and laughed aloud
at tho very remembrance. "And if
anybody doubts.my word," ho added,
"just step into "Willard's tomorrow
and ask tho madam herself."
Major Johnson said, "Now, colo
nel, how could you, such a rampant
Unionist, fall in love with a rebel f"
Tho colonel laughed again. ' 'Stock
ton himself could never invent such
This is tho story, and it is princi-
Sally of tho pranks of twp children.
Totwithstanding tho years of "spies,"
"secret service," "blockade run
ning," "Moseby's guerillas," and all
tho terrors of war incident to tho
marching up and down of two ar
mies, tho old homo of tho rebel offi
cer, Curtis, not far from the capital,
Mrs. Curtis and two young chil
dren remained in tho house nil
through the, war, giving food and
shelter to both armies alike as they
One day Mrs. Curtis was called
away soYeral mile to tho home of a
sick friend. Aloxander, aged 14 and
tho man of tho house duriug his fa
ther's absence, and Patty, aged 12,
with tho old serv.nt, wore left alone
in charge of $he place.
They were well used to "troops,"
to "raids" and to '"'warnings," and
havingjuffered no great losses they
had no great fears when word came'
to them a ittlo after noon that the
Federals "would raid tho Curtis
place that day and would tako every
thing." The two children sat down on the
wide stono 6tep by tho carriage road.
They thought of the cool springhouso
with ira delicious milk and butter, of
the chickens they had tended, of the
nico storeroom and of tho little herd
of Guerpsoy cows.
For an hour they eat there and
talked. At last Patty jumped up.
"It's time they wero coming, if they
are coming. You just run down
toward tho creek and see if you can
"Run down and 6ee?" cried Aleck.
"You must be crazy, Pat 1 Do you
think I want to be gobbled right up
by Yanks off thoro by myself? You
aro a goose for a major's own daugh
Pattvcot up and shook her curly
head and inarched back and forth in
tho road. "I'd liko to know if a
major's son should bo afraid of a few
soldiers" she Baid. "Havenlt we
plenty of Unions this year, and
haven't they all treated us uicq? I
raftier liko to see them myself."
"Well, then, Miss Patty Curtis,"
retorted her brother, "suppose you
march down to tho creek thenl"
"Perhaps I will pretty soon. I'm
not one bit afraid of General Grant
himsolf. I'll tell you what I should
do." Petty took hold of her pretty
gingham dress skirt, gave it soveral
graceful swings, pirouetting 6aucily
along tho drive. ,
vnn pjin bo polite to an army 311st
as weU as to anybody," said sho.
"Just let a great regiment como
tramping up our road, with a gen
eral to tho front, and I'd step out
(another littlo toss of curls and
switching of skirts) and eay just
pleasantly: 'Howdy, general? Wont
you 'walk right in, you and your
men (Aleck almost fell off from the
step hero) and havo some of our up
cool spring water ana somo mm
fried chickou and some nice"
"Yes,"hughed Aleck, "that would
certainly save mother's house, Pat
ty.'' "It always has saved it," retorted
Patty. "Politeness I mean. JusUet
me finish. The Uniou general would
eat up everything ho could got, of
course, but after that bo'd pass right
on. That's what I shall do this after
noon if tho Federals como." Aleck
.,. i,.- otii otrmfc and looked
much younger thau ho was. Slim,
tall Patty leaned confidingly against
jura as Bno pursueu nut iw
course they won't como, but roebbe
thoy will. You can see from the
creek all ways for fivo miles, and
then we should know and be ready.
Ill tell you how you can do it,
Aleck, and be safe. You know Aunt
i i .in, 'i
Jane ia short and fat, like you, and
always goes down every day after
her tobsof water. Now, I'U dress you
up in her clothes. You can carry
Email washtub on your head just as
well as anybody, and then if you see
soldiers coming you can como bade
and tell me." The armies didn't car-
ry off colored people.
Aleck thought thia wpuld be a
mighty fine plan for an adventure,
and o they ran together.
"If tit roof of the Oixtit mono
had suddenly blown off, there could
not havo been more noise, and Jane,
a jolly old soul, lent herself willing
ly to "little m; sy's fun." Prancing,
skipping, runniug, they all fled back
and forth from Aunt Jano's quar
ters to Patty's own room for tho
proper disguises, and thore were
shouts of laughter and screams of
delight as the "double"' of Aunt Jane
was walked out through tho kitchen
door by Patty.
"Your ovfn mother wouldn't know
you for a boy, much less the Yan
kees," said the gonuino "Aunt Jane."
Tho short, stout colored woman in
calico skirt and sack and tho pink
6unbonnot that tho old house serv
ant habitually wore over her turban
when the sun was hot, with a wash
tub balanced well on her head,
walked away briskly toward the
creek. A brecte waved the capo of
the bonnet, and tho long steps
switched sho skirts a good deal, but
"it was a very good Aunt Jane" in
deed. Patty felt assured. Sho felt a
littlo perturbed, however, as sho left
the disguised little fellow at tho turn
in tho road and came back and
climbed to tho gatepost to watch
him still further. Tho womanly lit
tlo thing was in tho habit of "keep
ing an eyo" on tho fat httlo elder
The shadows grew very long, and
the sun went down behind the man
or house trees, and little Patty in a
clean white govn and blue sash, her
best yellow shoes and silk stockings,
stood out at the big gato waiting tho
coming of her mother and perhaps
of tho Union army. She strained her
eyes down tho road for "Aunt Jane."
She had not expected Aleck to be
gono more than an hour at tho most.
But nobody came. Supper was all
laid in the cheery dining room, and
sho grew more and more anxious.
Sho could not bo certain that her
mother would como at all that mght,
nor of tho appearance of tho soldiers,
but tho jolly little "Aunt Jane" was
certainly long overdue.
"I am sorry I let Aleck go," she
sighed repentantly. "I do wish I
hadn't dressed him up. Tho soldiers
may havo como and taken him right
away as a spy, especially as ho is a
rebel major's 6on, though I shouldn't
think men would do any such cruel
thing," and swallowing down a sob
tho major's daughter started out
down the road bareheaded. Ho cer
tainly would appear a spy, all
dressed in women's clothes, and now
as to tho missing "Aunt Jane." She
had stepped off quite lively, her
washtub on her head, as sho made
her way to tho creek. Once there,
seeing nothing and having nothing,
sho sat down to rest a bit. She
pushed off tho "hateful old sunbon
net," stuck out her dusty 6hoes from
under tho "floppy old skirt" and
said, not at all patiently: "Petti
coate I Oh, how I'd hate to bo a girl 1"
Tho next minute she was fast
asleep under the old oak.
Just at dark a strange tremor of
her own fat littlo body, a strong
sens of the Btirring of tho ground
under him, woke "Aunt Jane." Sho
sat up wide awake, her ears full of
tho sound of riders and horses. It
was Eundown. The was a great
clatter and tramping, and away up
the east hill the flash of red sunsot
light on metal trappings.
"Jiminyl" the washerwoman ex
claimed. "By cracky I Patty's Yank's
Down went tho small bucket into
tho creek, as fast as possible, until
the tub was half filled, and then rais
ing the burden to the sunbonneted
head tho poor littlo pseudo negro
started off, trusting to tho disguise
Tho water slopped over and ran
down in small rivulets on "Aunt
Jano's" back, but tho sturdy littlo fig
uro went along at a dog trot, giving
just one slight jump as a mane
voice called eut:
"Hello, thore, aunty I"
"I say, aunty I What's your hur
ry?" But tho "aunty" plodded along,
rather gaining on tho pair of horbo-
men coming up uenmu ner. xu
water was splashing wildly over the
side of the tub, and tho pink sunbon
net was a-drip, but nothing at all to
the wot stato of tho perspiring face
insido. . , . ...
And now tho whole air was full
of clatter and clank, and then theie
was a great flashing of gilt right m
front of poor "Aunt Janos eyes.
Cavalry to tho right of hor and cav
airy to tho left of her 1
"I say, old woman, what is your
rush? Can't you stop long enough
x- iii o tim u-av to some farm
1 Til lf.ll LaV) w .- j
'hnnsn nr other? We
aro on tne
starvation. Where does
master live? we uoni wum
: i..,-f r-nii Just leau us w u ""
en or chicken coop, can't you? Come,
I say. "hat d,tl wo fr y0U
Boys d,af and dumb prot,
ably. Levo nor lo ' '
off bis horse. nd now ho came up
and laid bis hand on tho old worn
ErfwwiMw "Look hero, aunty."
.$"& 'Itbeso men don't
f the firm hand on her shoulder the
of.tne PfTli , .i o.ook convulfcively;
7 Tcunbunpet trembled as if m
the P lJ bair under the
a gale; ti-taj 0ff feu
bo nnjt BU" weat the water all
tjtf tab. Bpl&sn. ww
lie (lot There.
In the far west, whero the win lmbiN
nallyseta amid curtain clouds of red;
where distauco between dniK stores ts
often great and correspondingly irksomo;
where tho biuTido wanders uiinlessly and
deplores the tfoodold times, n ) ouni; man
twanged his guitar and sang blithely:
"Oh, that a breeze"
It was n tenor cantauto of pure qual
ity, and the phrasing was immense.
"would watt mo to hor side.;'
Even as the words died away upon his
lips a funnel shaped cloud came i n ort
Ing from tho northwest, and the next
thing ho knew he was in tho back yard
of his prospective father-in-law.
Muttering something about quick re
turns, ho rose and brushed tho dust from
his clothing. Exchange.
A Careful Man.
"I wish, sir, to ask for the hand of
your daughter in marriage."
"But are you in a position to support
"Oh, I think fo, sir!"
"Yes, but you must consider the mat
ter pretty carefully, for thero are 10 of
ust" Fliegendo Blatter.
They had traveled together for about
an hour in silence. But tho man with
the portly vest and the conspicuous
watch chain finally succeeded in getting
a conversation under way. His neigh
bor was a little man with wobbly eye
glasses, and in response to an abrupt
question as to whether he was not a lit
erary man replied mildly:
"I have written somo things."
"I take an interest in literature, 1
come from Chicago. There's the town
that combines art and commerce. First
she went ahead and mado her business
reputation, didn't she?"
"And now she's made hor literary rep
utation. Don't you agree with meV"
"It must be admitted that somo things
about Chicago remind one of literature.
For instance, she is undoubtedly one of
the greatest penholders in the world."
And then his glasses almost wobbled
off as he explained that he was from
New York and must be excused if he
had said anything that Bounded spiteful.
After ono of the numbers at tho park
was played on Sunday a littlq girlWas
heard to say:
"What is it, dear?"
"I wish the band would play 'After, the
"But this is Sunday, love, and 'After
the Ball is not a sacred piece."
"But, mamma, it's no worse than what
the band's been playing."
Whereat there was a general laugh in
the vicinity. New York Telegram.
"I see by the paper," said Mrs, Hicks,
"that you can buy a sealskin from the
Eskimos for two iron hoops and a ton
"Very truo," returned Hicks. "Bat 1
can't spare tho tiino to take the hoops
and the nail to tho Eskimos, and my
bank wouldn't honor a check for two
hoops and a tenpenny nail, so I don't see
how we aro benefited by that styte of
affairs." Harper's Bazar.
A (looil Reason.
Featherstone Won't you play some
thing? Mr. Tutter says you play beauu-
Miss Pinkerly If he likes to hear me
play bo much, why doesn't he call of
tener? Featherstone Ho says you always In
sist upon talking. Detroit Freo Press.
Never One Like It.
"Blinks has written a most remark
"You'd hardly oxpect It.
"No, you wouldn't. But tho eceno Is
laid on a steamer, and ho doesn't even
hint that 'the engines pulsated like the
throb of a mighty hcart.'"-Pnck.
Traveler (ticket offico, Boston)-! want
to go to New York. What is the fare
Ticket Seller-Beg yonr pardpn. Yon
mean you are obliged to go to hqw York.
Nobody wants to go there.
t3. Boston iranscupi
There ue r vi b11 ro,Br Wr
Or ia "Ith more enticing wyi
A victim U tlw M1'JM '
nut no" The h no tWht or m.
And all hr winwiiMneu ue wmim
On nnrHPOMe ood "-l .
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jUeaOqu U crackled Jfv
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IN EDISON'S LABOfUTOnt.
No One Subulnnce Orsinlo or Inorcanlo
but Can lie l'nund There.
Surely tho most nniquo and conipro
hensivo paraphernalia in the world have
been collected in the storeroom of Edi
Bon's laboratory at Orange. Hero are
specimens of every material which may
possibly bo needed in connection with
Mr. Edison's experiments, and as the in
ventor's idejas aro generally "sparks
which flash, rod illumed, from tho anvil
of "the'bfi't." brooking no delay in the
process of uiuirnntiou, nndas, moreover,
there aro no assiuablo limits to the
scope and direction of his erratic genius,
the utmost skill and research have been
employed in bringing together this ma
terial basis for his research. Mr. Edison
has challenged tho skeptical to name ono
substance, organic or inorganic, which
is not to bo found in this nniquo collec
tion. Evpry department of naturo has
yielded it3, tribute to tho potent wizard
not merely tho superficial products fa
miliar to everyday use, but those arcana
which tho ocean and nether world hold
in their innermost depths. Spaco and
strength fail us in tho enumeration of
that endless catalogue. Hero
A tortoise hung.
An alligator etude J aid other skins
Of til shaped fishes.
The bones of birds and animals, feath
ers, hides, toeth and horns, many suffi
ciently grewspino in form to suggest the
perambulations of the nooturnal mare.
Shining metals, lucent crystals, varie
gated minerals, lio scattered in profusion;
dainty shells and coral ropose among
mossos and seaweed, fragrant gums and
spices recalling memories of tho fair Babe
of Bethlehem. Chalks, resins, salts and
chemicals aro heaped about in lavish
plonitudo, notwithstanding tho fact that
many of tho hitter ropresent a value of
$300 an ounce. '
Tho collection embraces not only raw
products, but specimena of every imagi
nable human industry. On the shelves
rest piles of textiles, ranging from the
coarsest sacking to a gossamer fubrio,
such as might well have been drawn
through tho golden ring of tho fairy
prince. These are flanked by metallio
sheots of evdry description, whilo tho
floor is occuj.ied by a motloy crew of
ropes, twines, bundles of brass and iron
tubing, paper, oilcloth, gutta percha,'
leather, slabs of granite, marble, slate,
etc. A general and totally unolassifi
ablo litter of trade devices is lying
loosely around. A sanguinary meat
chopper impedes our patli in one direc
tion, and an ico cream freezer in anothor
offers its softer suggestions of summer,
nights and luscious sirups, whilo picki
axes, saws, coileo mills, wheolbarrows,
ladders and what not bewilder pur lim
ited visual scopo. Specimens of hu
man manufacture, not only tho limited
appliances of the past, but tho perfected
outcome- of tho present, aro fully repre
sented, but in a profusion which forbids
anything but the most suporhcial survey.
It has been well said, in summing up
the whole heterogeneous supply, that it
comprises all the requisites of "a dry
goods, grocery, drug, ironmongery,
glass, chaudlery, oil, paper, rubber,
leather, grain, hardware, stationery,
chemical and feather storo all in ono,
and that thero is not any article known
to civilized man, from a bootjack to a
locomotive, tho materials outonng into
tkG manufacture of which could not be
furnished from this storeroom." Caa
Kriiicatlon In Armenia.
The Turkish government looks upon
education as dangerous on general prin
ciples, and regards printing presses as
devices of satan tending directly to sedl
ditlon, and it hates its Armonian sub
jects because they aro Christians. The
Christina schools, which have labored
under many difficulties for years, nro
now subject to a growing pressure of
persecution. The suspicions of tho pollco
nro awakened by tho most trifling and
A volume of Cicero was seized as trea
sonable matter becauso it referred to a
conspiracy, tho conspiracy of Catallne.
A text book on chemistry was interdict
ed for fear tho symbol H20 (oxyde of
hydrogen) should suggest tho idea "Ha
mid II (the prtbent sultan) is a cipher."
Sermons on resistance to sin aro suspect
ed of advocating rebellion against tho
government. Tho possession of a few
verses of poetry printed in tho Armenian
tongue is enough to send tho owner to
prison. Journal of Education.
Blck Headache and rellete all the troubles loci
dent to a bilious stale of the sjtn, such as
Uluineu, Nausea, Drowsiness. Distress after
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remarkable success has beeo shosm to curing
Headache, ret CiT's tmtx Urr Pnx
areeo.ulfhble In Constipation, curtne
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ther also correct all disorder of the stomach,
iurauuw the ller and reulal the bowels.
ea IX the ODlycured
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s rf..asil Veterans. U. A mre s.Jiiur
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'. TV."JS.' T-T. '. .fc.-. -- M.liBllv InvlUh
MSd V . C. HrfuWKft, fapt
"mJS. In their bU In mate losuraue.
fialr, erc du
vouiwg-?uu rciiTming- ionic, iiy numuiMinff J
r ana prtttri AQir on oatu 31
J. 1 BENNETT ft, SON.
F, O. Bloqle.
Only 3 cents a day delivered at
The House Mover.
451 Slurion Street.
linn thn hflt ftinllltlfMi fni tnnvllit nnd rfttiu
lng houses, Ixmivo orders at Urny llros., or
address ualem, Oregon,
From Torainal or Interior roiutstho
Is tbe lino to tuke
To all Points East ami South
It Is the dining car route. It runs through
vestibule trains, every day In tho year to
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
;(No change of oars.)
Composed of dlnlngrars unsurpassed,
rullinan drawing room sleeper
Of latest equipment
Uest that can be constructed and In which
uccommodullms are both tree and !uo
nlsbed forholdenof flrataud second-class
ELEGANT DAY COACHES.
Aoonllnuoti line coane sting with all
lines, nnordlug direct and uninterrupted
rullman sltrpa" nvcrvtl Ions can bese.
cured In advtnco t. lt)Jli any agenof
Through tlokets to and from all Klnts
In America, Kngland and Kurnpe can be,
purchssed at any tteket office ol this cotn
Full Information concerning rules, time
of tralns.rontes and other details furnished
on ApcMcatlon loany aeoulor
A. D, CHAHIrON,
Assistant Uetieral Passenker AkiiI, No,
VII First stroet, cor. Wasblngton; J'tyt
Shaw & Downing, Agents.
SALT LAKE, DENYEfl,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST, L0UI$
Hours th0 Ju!cketsi5e'iasct!,,caso and
Hours ",ltk8r tosas0mcj! mi u
fhroogh Pullman and Tourist Sleepers, Frtje
Reclining Chair Cart, Dining Cars,
ferrate and general Information oU ot
w. ii. itiJiii.iiiinr, Ast. i -, a
1 WaH'iiti)u et . t'crJC
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vuleurosilvi tie Kn 4iim
On Wctev System.
TO CONSUMERS .1
11iotalm Light and rower Company at
trout uxpense have equipped their Klt-ctrio
Light plnut with the ni t rnodtrn apparatus
Hnditiuuwible 10 Oder the publio bcur
llaht than nnv sroteni and nt a, rate lower
iumu uny city ou tne coast.
Arc ami Incniulcsccnt Llglttj;
iug. Electric Motors lor all
purposes iliero power is re
ltel fences can he wired for n ninny UroU
a desired, and the consumers puy ror only
Ruoh llichts as are used. This bolus registered,
by an Klootrlo Moter. Office
179 Commercial St.
HUNT, the North Sa!cm Batcher.
8iji ho luis not sold out but
simply movca inn i nop o mu
old slaud nt Liberty strott
Leave orders at Rnlem Jm
provemont Co 05 State street,
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD CO
E W.HADLEV, lltcelver.
SSIORT LIE to 01LIF4IRNU
OCEAN STEAMER SAILINGS. ,
8. 0. YILLAMKTTI5 VALLKYm
Lea,Tfs Snn Francisco, Nov.Slh, Uth and 8rd,
l,tavcs Yaqulna, Nov, 9th, mth, nndS8tii,
For Irelaht nnd pasenser rules apply to asy
agent' or tiurser of this company.
y It. K, ULt)AM,Y, Qea'lpupt.
VJ. 1. W.1JHI1 A iv, x r IX I. A.
U. M. I'O WKlta, Agent, Batom Dock.
(rVorlhern Pacific R. R, Co., Lhih.)
LATEST TIME CARD.
Two Through Tralna Dally.
I Uulutli- a
1 . Ashland, a
Tickets nold and huggnge checked IhroccU
toall polnlsln the Unlleil tJtates and Canada.
Close connection made In Chicago with a'l
Iralns going KostandtKiutb,
Hor lull Itiformatlou apply to your nearest
tloket agent or J AH, o. POU
tieu. l'nss. and Tkf. Agt,, Chicago, 111
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
CALirOltWIA KXVHVW Tiutn KUW DAILY bk-
TWKKM rOUTMMJANUS. r.
(1 15 p, in.
v (u p. in.
at. i e.wa.
a s a. as
Above trains stop
at all stations from
roruana to Aiuan
lany Inclusive; also atlanceut
, llsrrlsburg. Junction City,
and all stations from ltoseburg
to As,uJund Inclusive,
lUlHIiUUUO MAlt, WAII.V,
iJU a, ni.
11:17 a. in
iM p. in.
Ar.I 40 p,.
Lv. I l:Wp. .
IJfiniug arB oh Ogdon Ki
PDLLMAN BDFFET SLBEfEIS
Second Class Sleeping Cars
Attached to all thrcngh tratas.
iVest Side DiifaioiTBelwe PflftW
PAIT.Y (BXCaiT SO DAY).
7:ii a. nu
6J3 p. w.
Ulft p. rn.
At Altmnv and (VirvalllS connect Hit
trains of Orrgon Iartnn Ilallroad.
I to in in,
la v. m,
lAr. McMlnuvllle Lv,
6.10 s. M
To all points fn the Kastrrn Utates. CanaM
und Kurope ran be obtained at lowest rets
trow W. W. bKINNKK, Agent. Mlst.
K.P.IUKJKIW. AssUO.r. Olid f uM.At
It, KtlFIII.KIi. Mdiioaw
W. L. DOULA
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