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LITTLE ALL ALONEY.
Utllo All Aloney' feet
Plttcr putter In the hnll,
And lils mother mm to meet
And to kiss her toddling street
Ere perchance ho full.
Ho Is, oh, co weak and stoalll
Yet what danger shall ho fear
When his mother hovrruth noar
And lio hears her cheering calL
Little All Aloncy'fl faco ,
It Is all aglow with glee,
As around that romping place
At o torrlfylnu pico
Lungetli, plmifrcth hel
And that hero pcoms to bo y
All unconscious of our cheers
Only (.110 uVttr voice he hears
Thcngh his legs bond with their load,
Though hlo feet they seem so small
Tlint you cannot help forbodo
Somo (lls.istroin cptsode
In that noisy hall,
Neither threatening bump nor fall
Llttlo All Aloncy fears,
But with sweet bravado steers
Whither comes that cheery call,
Ah, that In tho years to come,
When ho share.) of sorrow's store,
Whon his feet aru chill and numb,
When hla cross Is burdenuinic.
And his heart Is sore.
Would that ho could hear once more
Tho gontlo volco bo used to hear
DIvInci with mother lovo uud cheer
Calling from yonder spirit shore,
"All, nil alone!"
-Eugene Field In Chicago Record.
Twenty miles below Ogdensburg
011 tho American side of the St. Law
rence river a long point of land juts
out into tho stream. AtnboutSin
tho evening of n starlight August
night-two men rowed a boat along
tho shore, anchored near this point
.md got ready their fiahing tackle.
They lighted pipes and began to
talk. Tho shore was a desolate one.
No living things save bats and night
liawks were stirring, and there
,eetned little danger of listeners. Yet
f it had not been quite so dark the
ishoimen might have 6een that
hero were two living things near
A big tree had blown down on
ho shore years before, and its bark
ess trunk still stretched over tho wa
er close to tho surface. On this log
vore two boys.
Being also fishermen, they were
bout to give a friendly greeting to
lie newcomers when something that
-as being said caught their atten
on, and they kept quiet.
Though tho men spoke in low
raes. the night was still so that their
oices wero carried distinctly over
io water. Tho boys on tho log
)uld hear and understand.
"It's an easy way of makin money
it's done right asl do it,"onoof
to men was saying. "We'd mako a
od thine out of this. There's a
t of tho opium, an there isn't much
"Don't know 'bout that seems to
10 thore's danger' enough," mut
red tho other.
"Thore's not much," went on the
rst speaker, whosat-in the boat's
ern. ' 'Tho officers at;tho patrol sta
on areacareless'lot asleep half the
me, and the people about hero are
fraid of, me. They'd rather 6ee any
tnount'of-smugglin than do anything
mn get mo down on them. Make up
our mind, Sandy, for the sooner
.o do it tho better. Let's 6ayto
lorrow night. There's no moon
owto troublous. This is a good
lace to slip over, right here. We'll
nly bo a few minutes rowin across,
nd there'll bo a horse an wagon
aitin for us on tho Yankee shore."
Sandy finally gave his assent, and
fter some more talk tho man who
joined the leader said, "All right,
Ucn. Nbw let's leave this fishin. 1
nly came because I wanted a quiet
ttle talk with you."
Tho anchor was drawn up, and if
. had not been for a black bass the
oat would have moved quietly off
ito the night.
This black bass as it swam along
y the Bhore happened to notice the
ait on one of the-hooks that were in
be water near the big log. Itseized
ho bait, and being an active fish, like
11 black bass, it gave the line a sud
en, sharp jerk. The polo was looso
7 held, for just then tho boys wore
Making little of their fishing, and
his jerk caused it to fall from tho
oy'shandaud strike tho log. Tho
wuer's endeavor to catch the pole
nly added to tho noise.
"Hold on I" cried tho man in tho
oat's Btoru, "what was that? Quick,
-andyl row up to that log, there's
omething raovin on itl"
The boys tried to scramblo ashore
nd might havo succeeded had not
ne of them in his hasto slipped and
alien into tho water. His compan
on stopped to pull him out and both
Tho men lighted a lantern they
iadwith thorn and examined their
risontrs. 'This one that's just had
1 duckin is Master Dugro, an tho
'ther one is young Hordie," said the
nan in tho boat's Btorn. "Now,
oyB, I -suppose you know mo, Joo
JxGregor, an you know I'm not a
nan to meddle with. You've heard
'ur tatif, an now youvo got, w ,hvui- u " wmlinr' tho river.
to W nuiet about it, on if you , rifles, were patrohng tno n
reak your promise HI maice you, a "; ; -- verV,iark. Bud.
riah you'd aover heard of mo! rra water, and I vas . ith
icing right along as if you hadn' denly a .boat loomed up. m
en hero tonight, and j-ou see that muffled oars. ,
'ou do too. Do you understand!. "Who's there enj1' w
fOWTirrmBAt" "-H " " 1 "",., . ...
The bovs wero eo completely in thp Phil rocognizeU' ib-
ower ,0f .this nmn-whom they tlemenj uuv u g t0
aiewto be a dospcrato fellow, m- go umgr
)eoW of nil torts of crimes-that ' find the Canada snov
thoy did not hesitate. Both
Bolemn oath of secrecy.
uoinuniber." wiiM w
they wore allowed to jump whore,
u 1 near of anv liifnnnimr ni i.. ....
who has doiio it, an Til have my r0
vongo. You'll learn what it is to get
Joo McGregor down on you I"
The hoys hurried over the field to
ward tho village.
. oil we're in luck," said George
Ilardie, tho larger boy. "I expected
IIcGregor to drown ns nffD-mu.
tog us listening in that way. He's
equal to any thing I"
Piiil Dugro, a slender lad of 15
ua weinoimg violently. He had
had a cjhilliurr bath in t.lm rimi. n,i
.besides he was ureatlv cxohpii t
wish wo hadn't been forced to prom
ise I" ho exclaimed. "McGregor's
smuggling ought to bo stopped."
"Oh, I don't worry about that
1110 government can stand it. This
is not a case where patriotism comes
in. If necessary, I'd fight for my
countiy quick as any one. But this
k different. It's no businessof ours."
"Well, however that is," said Phil,
"we've promised to keep quiet about
it, so now there's nothing that wo
But after they had parted in tho
outskirts of the village, Phil contin
ued to feel uncomfortable. It seemed
as if ho wero almost a traitor to his
Phil Dugro was tho son of a lieu
tenant of cavalry, who upon leaving
West Point had married in his na
tive village on tho St. Lawrence.
When he vas ordered to ioin a reeri-
nient in the west, his young wife
went with him. Finally, after having
had two years of almost constant In
dian fighting, Lieutenant Dugro was
shot and killed in one of the skir
mishes. His widow came back to
her eastern home, bringing with her
the baby who had grown into this
stripling of 15.
Her pension made Mrs. Dugro in
dependent, and she chose to live
alono with her son and the memory I
of her husbaud. To her, Lieutenant
Dugro had been a hero equal to "tho
chief with the yellow hair" himself;
only his untimely death, sho thought,
had prevented his gaining the fame
of a General Custer. Sho hoped that
the son might in some degree be
worthy of his soldier father.
Phil's imagination had been stirred
by his mother's stories of Indian
wars stories in which her husband
was always the central figure, and
all that boyish enthusiasm which in
most lads finds an outlet through tie
romances of knighthood was concen
trated in devotion to the country in
the service of which his father had
died. He shared in his mother's de
sire that he should go to West Point,
but at that tnno political influence
was necessary, and Mis. Dugro feared
that the appointment could not bo
On the night of the meeting with
McGregor, Phil slept uneasily, being
troubled with many dreams fights
with smugglers on -the liver, with
Indians on tho plains.
The next day ho was restless. In
tho afternoon ho saw George Hardie,
who assured him that it was best to
forget all about tho night before.
After supper he and his mother wero
on tho piazza.
"Did my father ever havo anything
to do with smugglers?" suddenly
asked Phil. Ho was thinking it was
almost time for McGregor to bo start
ing out across tho river.
Mrs. Dugro thought not.
"Would ho have considered it as
necessary to fight smugglers as hos
tile Indians or invading soldiers?" he
"Perhaps not. Still one ought al
wavs to trv to prevent lawbreaking.
Tho government looks out for us in
many ways, arm wosnouiu utueuu no
rights whenever we have tho oppor
tunity. Your father believed in
this principlo very strongly. I hope,
Phil, you will never forget it. In
this country the government's inter
ests are our interests, and wo should
always be careful to protect thera
in small matters as well as in great.
A few minutes later Phil was hur
rying down to tho river's bank. Ho
took a boat and rowed out to tho
middle of tho stream, opposite the
place where he and George had en
countered tho smugglers. Ho floated
there, holding tho boat up against
tho current. It had grown so dark
that ho could scarcely mako out the ;
line of tho low snore, no
made him ashamed of having given
that promise to McGregor. A prom
gowas not to be brokeu-s il , one
oourw was open. Ho would do bw
... .. :i uintrle handed. In ins
.Termination he felt ready for dan-
determination u .
Ker. o iuu., --?:" .,
iit nould free mm irum uui,, w..-
ii. 'i, nnil the covernment.
McGregor had called the custom
house .officers acarelesslot of feUows,
LThe was mistaken. The officers
suspected that there was opium on
Sfomadfan ride m tins tote
smuggled across, and this night they
sraugfeieu o boatai
ISes, -re !'""'' "" "' -r tbo
- m . .. irtrr- 1111NL hum cj
v rm l.rnr uiiiiiisiutiun
It's bo dark wo
Pl,70l5 tter 8 back ther." "aid
a 1 p youT smuggling "
A lantern was flashed in his face.
Its young Mr. Dugro, is it? Well,
my fine fellow, if you don't row right
ys tact's, eass
ttan vou want to n . i T.
Ill have no nonsense 1"
. , . iuu until
'I'm not afraid of you," BAid Phil.
'Better catch 'im an gag 'im an
throw 'im overboard," muttered Mc
Gregor's companion. "We can't have
im makin a noiso now or tellin on
"All right Got hold of him," said
McGregor in tho sanio low tone.
"Then let me try scaring him. You
know, Sandy, I don't liko killing poo
pie when it's not necessary."
inougn jm had not heard this,
ho saw the boat start toward him.
Knowing that ho would be at thei
mercy in a fight at close quarters,
and that his only hope of preventing
tho smuggling was by delaying it,
Phil pulled toward tho shore Bhouk
ing for help.
The unequal race was soon ended,
tho pursuers crashed alongside and
Sandy grasped Phil by the arm. Tho
boy twisted himself free, and brand
ishing an oar, sprang up in the boat
He continued to shout at the-top of
"Quick 1" cried McGregor, "jump
into his boat and stop that yelling 1"
Sandy sprang to obey. He parried
the blow aimed at him, wrenched
away the oar, and was just seizins '
Phil when he caught a glimpse of a
boat swiftly bearing down upon
them. Without an instant's hesita
tion ho turned and slid silently into
tho water and disappeared.
Startled at this. McGregor glanced
around, and in a .flash ho, too, saw
the danger, but too late to follow
Sandy's example. A dark lantern
blinded him, and he was ordered to
hold up his hands.
I "McGregor, you're caught at last,"
cried one of the officers from' tho pa
trol boat. "We suspected you'd be
mixed up in this opium business."
The prisoner made no reply to tho
charge and submitted sullenly to tho
It appeared that Phil's shouts for
help had been heard by the patrol,
who had hurried to learn their cause.
But for their meeting with Phil, the
smugglers would probably have suc
ceeded in crossing tho river unob
served. In McGregor's boat Was a
largo quantity of contraband opium,
and the officers, after landing Phil,
returned to their station well pleased
with the night's work.
Tho authorities at Washington
probably heard of Phil's part intho
capture of tho man who ha! bo long
defied the laws 'along the St Law
rence river; at any rato, the next
year ho received an appointment to
That Phil Dugro will over become
a war hero and die in battle for his
country is fortunately not probable.
But it is probable, nay certain,- that
his having learned when a boy that
tho people of a country should sup
port its laws even in cases of seem
ing small importance, and at the
sacrifice of personal comfort and
safety will make him a better soldier
and a better citizen. Washington
Oscar Wilde's Watercress Sandwich.
Recently Oscar Wildo entered a
certain restaurant in the Haymarket
and was heard to ask for a water
In duo course the watercress 'sand
wich was brought to him; no slight,
diaphanous thing, such as wduld'nat
urally find favor with the "amateur
of beautiful things and tho dilettante
of things delightful," but a stout,
wholesome slab of food for the hungry-
This Mr. Wilde ate with assumed
disgust, but evident relish, and in
paying the waiter addressed him:
"Tell tho cook, with my compli
ments tho complimenta of Mr. Os
car Wilde that these are the very
worst sandwiches in the whole world,
and that when I ask for a sandwich
of watorcresses I do not mean a loaf
with a field in the middle of it. Do
you understand?" London Gentle
man. Tho new congressional library in
Washington will, Librarian Spofford
i...i:.,.io iionnminnHnln conies of all
booktf of tbo world for 100 years
to come and stui leave aeven-eiguiua
of its available space applicable for
An English journal eomo timo ago
contained the following announce
mont: ,lTo be sold, 130 lawBulW, the
property of an attorney retiring
1 1 i B.-Tho client
aro ncu auu"---;
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Tho iliuigiirlan Crown.
Tho Hungarian crown worn at thei
accession by tho emperors of Austri,
as kihgs Of Hungary is tho Moiilicn
one made for Stephen and used at lip
wrouauon over t'UU years niro Tin
a i -p w s
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1 11 1 mnor nvr n i . .1. m
, ,......v VAm,.,y , INIIIMIIWI. 'I'llA ff
tings abovo alluded to consist of 63
sapphires, CO rubies, 1 emerald and
338 pwuls. It will bo noticed that
there are no diamonds among these
precious adornments. This is ac
counted for by tho oft quoted story of
Stephen's aversion to such gems bo
cause ho considered them "uulucky."
The IMge or AVInilatorm.
A curious example of how sharply
the edge of a windstorm may bo de
fined is reported by tho captain of
tho bark Peter Tredell. When off
Valparaiso recently, tho captain says,
a whirlwind came along and passed
over tho stern of tho vessel. A great
sea accompanied the wind, and every
Bail and movable thing on tho after
part of tho ship wero carried away.
Tho forward part of the vessel was
untouched by tho storm, which
passed away in tho distance, leaving
a train of foam in its wake. Now
She Svnillonod un Umbrella.
A New Castle correspondent to tho
Pittsburg Times ie responsible for
this stery: Sevoral days ago a cow
belonging to Thomas Jennings of
West New Castle became very ill.
She refused to eat and seemed to suf
fer extreme pain. Dr. W. Coleman,
a veterinary surgeon, concluded the
eow was suffering from tho effects
of eomo foreign substance in her
stomach. Ho mado a largo incision
in tho cow's sido, aiid ill doing so his
knife scraped an iron substance,
Aftor some llttlo work ho succeeded
in removing an entiro umbrolla.
Thoiibs had become loose from tho
handlo and worked their way
through tho lining of tho stomach.
Thoy were oaaly pulled out. Tho
handle was next recovered, and to it
was clinging tho cover of a 24 inch
umbrella. How the cow managed to
swallow it is a mystery. Tho cow
I'urk Sijulrrcli at Pets.
An interesting Bcene is witnessed
at the Central park zoo at 7 o'clock
every morning. Punctually at' that
hour, rain or shine, a tall, gray
haired man of military bearing ap
'proaches tho wooded lawn just north
of the Danncmouth arch and raps
loudly with his cane on the wire rail
ing that borders tho path. In an in
stant a dozen or more nimble gray
Bquirreld spryly cliinb down tho heigh
boring1 trees-and skipacross' thegrass
to tho feet of tho man who seems to
thus exercise a peculiar power over
them. Tho secret of his charm is
soon divult,red, for ho pulls out a
handful of peanuts from a capacious
pocket and t-catters them among his
visitors. Now York Letter
MRS. ELMIRA HATCH.
HEART DISEASE 20 YEARS.
Dr. XlUi Mtdieal Co., Ztkhart, Xnd,
Dii Bru: Tor 20 yri I u troubled wllh
bwft"ueke. would Wemijr h.va Wllnj
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t wit or ted to brwthe. ,lld pin In m left
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watch that talks and a clock that marks
the timo by the consumption of it eiimllo
that illuminates its translucent dial. Tho
watch, which is ingenious, but intricate,
announces the hours and quurters in a
voice given it Ly a phonographic attach
ment. It is tho invention of a Swiss
named Casiuiir Livau. Tho clock is for
night use. Tho dial can be turned by
hand, and beforo going to bed tho hand
is placed opposite the hour of retiring.
As tho caudle burns lower and lower it
pulls tho hand on tho dial mechanically,
which, illuminated in tho rear by tho
burning light, shows tho hour until'day
Maps for tho tiso of fnrmord, do
scribing tho chemical qualities of tho
laud in various parts of tho country,
and naming tho best manures for
each section, Iiavo been proposed in
Tho hair of a young lady in Shof
field turned white in a single night.
Sho fell iuto a flour barrel.
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Dent that can bo constructed and In which
accommodation are both iree and (ur
nlshed for holder of 3rst aud second-class
EE.EGANT DAY COACHES.
Acontlnunt line conne sting with all
linns, ntlordlug direct anil uninterrupted
I'lillman sltepe' "WTVit Ions can be se
cured lu ad vi ceo ttiroab any agont ol
Through tickets to and from nil points
In America, Knglaud and Knrope can be
nurohnsed at any ticket office ol this com.
Kull Information concerning nites, time
of tralns.roiitesandothor details furnished
on Application to any nccnt or
A. d. cnAitrroT,
Assistant Oenernl 1'usseni.cr Agent, No,
121 Klrat street, cor. Wati)uir(ou: I ort
land,Orion Bhaw & Downino, AKents.
Tlic Oregon Land Co.,
Atunlem, Is engaged In sellln fruit lands
In lh" vicinity of aiem, Oregtn, where turtre
fruit Is now growing limn In any iwrt of the
state UllUK MINTIIOItN,
OLINGER & RIGDON,
Ctttilni't work and repairing
Court Mrret, Uppuslte Opera House,
8ALKM, - OltKUON
SALT LAKE, DENVER,
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST, LOUIS
1 DAYS to
Hour's uic'(er 0mia an( an"
Through Pullman and ToarUt Sle'per. ffee
Recllnlntr Chair Cart. OWon Can,
.. .. ... .uir m
tor rales aud geueial Infomatlou call on
v. "... ufc7jKh. A
aW WajhlnxUilJ 1.. Ct rJ4
a'ot.TUJtp, girv '
On Meter System.
TO CONSUMERS :'
TliebAlMu l.tfiht and Totter Company et
Kijt txpeue nave tqulpptd their Klectno
liiglit plant with tho nnjel niodiru epysrame
huu me now (. bio io oner tbe rubllna better
light thni) nnr KVHlrni nnrt t a tntn Insrr
lima nuy city ou mo coueu
Arc mut lucniulcsccut JLij;ktI
iiig. tlcchlc Motors for all
IHirposcs 1icro power is re
lul lenree can be wired for on many lights
as tloxlred nnd tho coueumeni puy ror only
euch llgUts us are ueil. 'rule being regieteieSl
by an Kicomo Meter. OBloo
179 Commercial St.
IlliNT, the Norlh Sa!em Bati her.
BtJH llrt ll'H 'lit Bll'd onl hut
kuiifiy niuvtu ni tnop to tne
old huu d hi LlbtUy etrett
Krctli tuctiU and lowest price
(Northern Pacific It. R. Co., Leisia)
LATEST TIME CARD.
Dally Through Trains.
1... .M'ui). a KrlOitinl l:30nm
I "tlTiiil h K.()iiin awpni
t Uitlutll-. ti 11.10am
l.A'lilnud. h K.IPunil
m,. hlC8'r.. ' 6.flupml0,0ptn
l'Uhi'tisolil ard I'npgiur cl tvked tlnouch
t nil Iu Nln Ihc VtilK'dMnti-snndl'uiudn.
(!l(tcntiriPi'tlon irHdP lit t IdCUKtt wltu all
Mlus going tukt mut "oiih,
' voriuti lulorii niton apply Io ymr-nfareet
Icrtct iiK't'tit ur ,lAi. O. I'DM).
( J-i'. Pas", nnrt Tkt, AgU. OIiIchro, III
OREGON PACIFIC RAILROAD CO
E. W. IIADLEY, Recefver.
SSIOKT LLM to CALIFORNIA
OCEAN STEAMER SAILINGS.
B. B. WILLAMKTTK VAI.tJCY
Leaves Pun Francisco, Nov. 6th, 111 h and ZSrd
Leaves Yuqulnn, Nov. 9th, 10th,and'ith.
agent or purser of this rninpauv.
II. I'.. " U1.IAI1 I,UCa'lHUpi.
O.T. WAItlll AW. T l& A.
U, M. 1'OWKIW, Agent, fa'em Dock.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved Heal ICstate, in amount end,
timo to suit. No delay In considering loan,
FEAR & FORD,
Iioom 17, limb Hank block. 61Ww ytfpl
W, A. lU'tlCK,
J, II. AIiBkHT.
Tranactsaginrral bnukltie business.
I'lomnt attend 11 rmid to collections. I
madii. Kirhnnge bought and sold on tha
irlnrlnal rltlrsof the wo Id.
I VAN IUJYN, J M. MAnTIW,
K. II. t'llOIHAN, W. A CUHICX,
W, V. MAIITIN, J. II. ALIIKICT,
II. V. MAirilKWH, Dlrictor.
East and South
THE SHASTA ROUTE
Southcrn Pacific Company.
CAI.irOIIKIA KZPUEiH TIIAIH KPIf DAILT
TWKSN l'OMTI.AWJAW. "
I'm I land
I to Albany IncluilviKrUoatTungecit
Hhedd, ItulHiy, llMrrliburtr. Juucil'Ui Ulty,
Irlu, Kmreue uud ail sUtlonfruiu UoMburu
to Ashmtil luclwlvo,
V.itTtiTrraiArtTjiAii v. I """
:M a. m.l Lv, Fwflauu" Ar," . p."in.
11:17. m ILv Hateiu Lv. l.W p. 111.
0 p. ni.'Ar. Itiweburx J.v. 7;Ula. w
Dining hih on Ogdou KHt
TOLLMAN BDFFET SLBBTBRS
Second Class Sleeping Cars-
Attached U all through, tialna,
A'est Side Division, Betwcca Foddoi
IUit,y (KXCa-rT BUHnATl.
TCTSSnr - -IMu,
UIA . m.
At AII.Miiv anil
(sirvallu ouuneel WH)
trains of OroMi l"wlrW llallmad.
I ifr8!lAr? tfMUwMta 1
n4 tA tf.-a.n
two a. m
' n ,yuiu the fatru htste. 0an4
inort tjurvi rn h obUlneil at loweMrase
1 "w. AAT,Kvi;"A,i,raMa zsrAzrzzi
ie. nrwlEHt. At.t fl
U. HVtSUKKK. Mati
"Jlj. ac.y -r-- asrearr tzl. z- 7 f
Holllh I I North.
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Kttlp.ru, Lv. Klilnin l.v. Mil
!0:la.m.Ar. Haii Fran. Lv.17.-0U
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