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RAISED ON THE OLD PLANTATION.
rornifr Slims United In Mnrrlup; After n
Si-piiiiitlun fTiciitj-(ho Yeuri.
Two ox-slavoH who had not scun citch
other for 2A years were married vcsl'er
day by Magistrate B. F. Camp" The
principals were John Thompson, uged 85
years, and Kitty Owens, aged 70. Be
fore tho lato war both were slaves in the
family of Mr. George Girding, who
owned a largo plantation in Mnvn-nr,
county, Tenn. At that timo Thompson
was looked upon as an old man, while
the woman was called "mammy" by the
children in the family.
After the two slaves were made free
by the war thoy went out in different di
rections to make a livelihood. Tho man
decided to follow tho river, and he se
cured a place in the ditiincr room nf
steamboat. Ho continued at this until
several months ago, when he retired.
Thompson had saved enough money to
keep him in comfort for the rest of his
days. Ho looked up some of his chil
dren, now living in Louisville, but found
that they did not take any interest in
their old father, not sooming to care
wneiuer no was alivo or dead. It was
whilo vi&itiiig his children that tho old
man met Kitty Owens. Thov did not
know each other at first, and it" was only
after they had compared notes that the
two recognized each other. A marriago
was shortly arranged between tho two
Yesterday they went to tho county
clerk's office together, where a license
was secuieu. Tlio old people were ac
companied to Magistrate Camp's office
by a curious crowd. There tho ceremony
was performed.
Thompson had been married three
times, and his companion only one tiui6
less. As tho old couple were leaving the
omco JUngistratG Camp remembered that
his fee had been ovoi looked.
"Lorl Yo' honah, I hasn't got any
mo' money," said tho old man. Tho fa
cial expression of the old darky under
went a complete change as he fumbled
in his pockets. Finally Thompson got a
small amount-of change out of his many
pockets. This was given over to tho
magistrate, who found that it amounted
to a total of 00 cents. Tho old man ex
plained that he had divided his savings
so that they would last until he was 100
years old. He took only one of these
piles weekly, never touching tho rest un
til tho next week. Tho bridegroom said
that he hoped to save enough out of the
next few weeks' allotment to n.iv fh
A
o'clock
"urgmr' I'resuieo of Mind.
bnrglar one evening nt nht a
gained access to thn -u..i
apartments of a house in on-, of the best
portions of Philadelphia. While e S
iuTnnsackmg the loom ho hoard some
ono coming p the stairs, and nothav-
i . , , tscnpe " sought safety un-
hdvnf?!' Tl,ed00r011eI1G,,'n(1
najof the houso enteiod. and arter
busying herself about tho room for a few
minutes p,cked up a book and com
menced to read. Tho bed under which
i. ouvwiu concealed was a very low
ono, and his cramped position was any
thing but comfortable. He did not dare
to move for fear of betraying himself, '
but kept hoping she would leave tho I
room for somo mason m- ntim.. ...i .-... 1
111-),, r, ..!, i . ..B1'1
J " v-um:u io escape. She staid on,
however, and about 10 o'clock was joined
by her husband.
After a few minutes' conversation
they retired to tho very bed uuder which
the burglar lay concealed. In tryiii" to
Shift his position a littlo the fellow under
the bed uiado a slight noise, which im
mediately alarmed the mm r.,ii,-,...
to her husband, sho said. "Tom, there is ' Rtoro liere cntered his shop recently and
some ono under tho bed." "2fonseue " I cauSl11 man named Moineau with his
he said. "You are dreaming." "I tell ! arm arouml ilrs- Seviers and giving her
you I heard some one," she replied. "It Eevcral hisses. Seviers bned Moineau for
is only the dog," said he. "Here I will T00 for aliemiti of his wife's affec
provo it to you," and with that he threw t,0,ns'1 Moiu''an contended that he was
his arm over the edgo of the bed and I ?! y ,;issinfr JIrs- Sevieis in honor of her
snapping his fingers called as ho would I 7," 'ml!lv. "ntl Jwugo Lorauger dismissed
, uw tUiC. COIlSKierillir T llir. Hin irrmmrlunr
Salmon Fishing AyU, OM.
I Oil is not only n pacifier of turbulent
seas but by its veryjissunging proper
ties helps to deliver to tho hook of the
iisherman tho delicious salmon which
nbouud at tho month of tho Gumlnr-
, ranque, a small river which empties into
the bay of Algebras, near Gibraltar,
ihero salmon aro caught with a kind of
lnnco at a depth of from 3 to -1 feet and
even more. Tho slightest wind ruffles
the water so that it is impossible for tho
fishermen to so whero tho lanco is strid
ing. A few drops of oil come into play
to good advantage. They dissipate and
still the waves, and tho angler has no
nroie iron bio in lancing the salmon,
which is plainly visible in tho sand to
which it is so partial. Experiments of a
similar nature have been uiado in a pool
of tho Gavo do Gloron, but where tho
current is very swift, keeping the water
from beiug transparent, although it is
very shallow. St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
lllrthdny Kisses Are llnrmli-M.
Mr. Seviers, who keeps a small cigar
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What Is tha conditio of you!? Is your Lnlr tin
Jjarsli, brittle? Does it split rt the ends? Hag it
lifeless cppcarapcc? Hoes It fnil out vhon combat o.
hrtishcd ? Is It full of dandruff ? Uof .4 vour cjn I trh
Is It dry or In a heated coiuSitlcn ? Is these arc r-ama c at
your symptomatic warred in time oryon w Hi become baLL
SkooknmRoot Hair Growa
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tho rolllSSL P,?egnKiuircoollosnnl lerrMbliig '.unK-. By.:nu"iilu?
htaJs. 'tops falling .air, curw d mdruf ami tfitWoro..iw( I
thn n S;e?tth? 8ca? cI?n bwlthr. and frco from Irrltatlne "raBtk.-i W
tco uso of Skookum &X-m Sjjp. ltdostns i,urau,tia imi..UJ. i I
una uturoi the hair. ' "J"
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to a dog.
The fellow under the bed took in the
situation in an instant, and realizing
that ho must act promptly actually
reached oufhis head to where tho hand
hung and licked tho fingers with his
tongue as a dog might do. The act was
penormou so naturally that the man in
ueu was completely deceived, and nftm
saying to his wife, "Itoldjou so," antl
telling her to go to sleep, ho turned .over
and was soon lost in slumber. After
wailing until convinced that thov were
sound asleep tho burglar crawled out
from under tho bed, and taking every
thing of valuo ho could find in tho room
made his escape. St. Louis Globe-Dem
ocrat.
nn n, ....-.. i It ..
'""" ero nut sumcientiy serious.
Montreal Dispatch.
On Ilimines rrlnclplcs.
Years and years ago Night Clerk Val
lette of tho Coatcs Houso spent his mid
sum tnor vacation in a little town that is
situated in tho most obsemo part of
iunisas ami uoasts ot a population of Il'O
bona fide citizens. Tho day after Val-
leties arrival lie was introduced to the
editor of tho local paper, who gave him
a personal and an invitation to sub
scribe to his paper. Vallette paid 1 for
a year's subscription and thought no
more about it.
As the novelist would sav. tho weeks
deepened into months and tho month?
balance of $1.10 to the magistrate. The "'to years. Evory mouth brought afresh
oiu man ana Ms bride were then allowed C0Py of the Kansas paper. Vallette sel-
to dopart happily for their home. Louis
villo Courier-Journal.
Growing Defects of tho Modern Eje.
An enormous amount of statistics is
accumulating regarding the modem eye
and its relation to disease. It has been
abundantly proved that under the influ
ences of civilization this organ is under
going decided change, and that often it is
not at all equal to tho work which it is
called upon to perform. Referring only
to the subject of refraction and accom
modation, Eoosa and Emerson have
shown that only about one person in ten
has an emmetropic eye, tho remaining
nine being hyperopic or myopic. Among
the school children of Antwerp Meta
found that 2.13 per cent wero shortsight
ed, the percentage increasing with ago
and being greater in girls. In London
Stephenson found that among 1,149 chil
dren 1.U7 per cent of tho Christian and
10.03 per cent of the Jewish pupils were
myopic.
In tho German gymnasia the percent
age ranges from 22 to 58. In New York
tho percentage ranges from 3.55 among
young children to 20.8 among the adults.
In Philadelphia schools the general aver
ago was 13.7. In Chicago tho myopia
ranged from 4.09 to 27.08. In our col
leges tho percentage ranges from 35 in
the freshman to 47 in the senior year.
Among classes whoso occupation does
not tax the eyes the percentage of myopia
is only 2 or 3, and the average for a civi
lized community mav bo taken to be
about 8 per cent. Thus it seems that the
population of a civilized country starts
naturally with only about 2 per cent of
shortsightoduess, and that this increases
until among somo classes every other
man is myopic Now York Medical
Kecord.
dom saw it and never read it. He never
renewed his subscription and oven for
got tho editor's name.
Tho other day tho collector of a local
bank called at the Coates House and in
formed the astonished night clerk that
he had come to collect a draft for $10.
Vallette declined to nav tho draft nnd
telegraphed tho Kansas editor that there
must have been somo mistake, as he
owed him absolutely nothing.
Yesterday Valletto received a marked
copy of the Kansas paper, which con
tained among other interesting news this
eloquent editorial leader: "Tho. meanest
man on earth is the man who receives
and reads his weekly for a number
of years and then refuses to pay for his
i tax-a enjoyment, we need only say
mac bucn men will continue to receive
their every week. We run this pa
per on strictly business principles."
Kansas City Star.
A ?.Icccii Cnr.uun Seized by Arabs.
Hag Ahmet-el-Assal, a pilgrim lately
returned from tho Mecca pilgrimage,
uuuccii iiiinmiiig mo ternblo exp,i-
i mucus oi ms party to tlio editor of a iia
tivo Egyptian paper called The Mokat-
tarn. The pUgrim, whooo respectability
is vouched for, wo aro told, by an Egyp
tian sheik who is greatly respected in
Cairo, declares that on returning from
Mecca, tho "rafilat," or detachment of
tho caravan to which he belonged, and
which was composed of about 700 cam
els, left Bir-Said at daybreak and halted
at sunset at tho foot of a mountain, on
tho road to Yamboo.
A few minutes after arriving there tho
rafilat, composed of men, women and
children, found themselves attacked by
Bedouins of tho desert, who attacked
them with tho utmost savagery, slaying
and maiming tho men of tho party. Tho
hot, dry sand was wet with blood. Some
oi tno women, after being robbed of their
clothes and valuables, were left to their
fate. Tho younger and better looking
ones were carried off as slaves. With
great difficulty tho narrator of these facts
escaped with hi3 life.
Tho poor pilgrims so cruelly outraged
had actually paid 0 piasters each and 20
piasters each for their camels to tho gov
ernor of Medina to secure his protection
against tho Bedouins. Tho crmp.lnsim.
drawn by tho Egyptian paper is that the
Ottoman government is not really mas
ter of Arabia, but that it leaves thn
sheiks absolutely free to 10b and plun
der, provided they profess a nominal al
legiance. London News.
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Established In 1S77.
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FROM THE VERY BEVT VARIETIES
Stock Finer (ban Ever, but Price Sa-nc as Ustutj
Get the Best aud then you will bo sal foiled, fc'ond
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Horsea boarded bv dav nr woofe-
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Tho AVako Waked tlio Corpse.
Tho particulars of an extraordinary
case of trance which was mistaken for
death aro published by Tho Irish Times.
Last week a young man, aged 22, named
Garrigan, living at Balliuacree, near
Oldcastlo, was believed to have died. He
had been niltng for some time, and all
the appearances of death wero shown,
to xnat no doubt of his decease was enter
tained. The usual wake preparatory to
burial was begun, aud a number of
neighbors had arrived ut tho house to
share the night watches. Suddenly signs
of animation were observed iu theappar
ently lifeless body. Five minutes later it
Was clear that thn vnnnr. .iinn 1i?ii1 lnn
n a trance and was on the way to recover
ing his senses. Tho occurrence crtnted a
t'reat sensation. Many of those present
ed from the house and would not re
turn. All were deeply moved, and the
scene for some timo was one of intenss
excitement. St. James Gazette.
Ituined by "Oliver Twlt."
William Sikes, n laborer, who has not
the luxury of nn nddress, told tho magis
trate at West Ham that all his life ho
"u been an ill used man. He had
wavely battled against his name, but
could not re&ist his associations, which
aad dragged him down to his present
aegradatiou and brought him before tho
court. He did not steal 4 shillings; it
was his name that did it. "Are you
Bmltyor not guilty?'-asked tho magis-
r.1? i 'Wot'fi "so of oraWu? re
P"el Bill. Y0U k ,10W wot u,y nnme U(
aont you? Of course I'm guilty. It
?'n l mi- ult. Why, I've gone ou my
iu!ia'iTa to Bet over y name, and
nere I am.London Telegraph.
When Did tho Pickerel Die?
A numerous crowd watched an experi
ment iu suspended animation in a Lisbon
street fash btore Thursday.
"Hero," baid the scientist, wiping his
knife on his scaly apron, "is a pickerel
that was taken from the water, three
weeks ago on one of the coldest days that
wo have had this winter. It was taken
from the hook aud thrown upon the ice.
Its blood was almost as cold as tho ice,
and consequently when dragged into tha
bitter cold air it (lopped just onco and
was frozen as stiff as a poker. In that
condition it has remained ever since."
, With a dexterous motion ho chopped
off tho head, fins and tail of tho fish, and
with ono slush of tho knife along its side
it was ready for tho frying pan. When
laid on a stove near by, it commenced to
thaw out, and as tho frost left it it began
to flop and tumblo about as if just takeu
from the water. Finally it fell oil tho
etovo on tho floor and to all appearance!
died. Lewiston Journal.
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DEBILITY,
and all the trnlti or es lis
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eict'Mei, tbu results of
overwoik, sickliest,
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development and tone
given to e ery organ and
P'Utlon of the body.
SliiipKnatiiralinethoils.
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seen. Failure lnipoILIe.
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Thoroughbred Poultry for Sale.
1 have the following ftntchus thoroughbred
poult
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JiUOWNK, M. U., fhynclan and Hur-
cton. umce. iiurpny meck: residence.
nmnurclal street.
K.T V HMlTil, Dentist. 62 State street
Buleui. Oregon, finished dental onera.
:ons of every description, l'alnleas opera
tions a specialty.
P1
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Steamer fllfona
FOR POriTLAND.
leaves Rolst-'s dock 41 on days. Wdneday
and Kri'is 7:15 a. ra.
ItBTUKMNO, leave Portland Tuesdays,
Vauradays and Haturdayial 6:15a. m.
Fast fine for pasenser servloe; no way
.andlng freight handled.
HOUND TUIP (unlimited) 100. On way,
fl.
MBALS 3fl OBNTS.
Var freight rates and llckU apply to Y. A.
HLKIQUT. Atent. at the deck, foot of HUte
stnrU
2-15 U
try fj'sale at prices s'atd: crated read v
or shipment, puichatcr to nay einrn,
charges. Address, care of JOUHNAL ofllce.
1'ostomce b ck, ra'em or.
Heveial White l-gnorn cockrels, very fine,
(nnpullels for sale.) 12 00. ' ' '
Illack bpanlsh cockrels, t to 6 months old,
11.25.
Jlrown leghorn III. Hpantsh. Ind. Games,
UUrahmu epgs, .tiOO per setting. Bend fcr
catalog. K Jlofrr ,
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BROWN'S NEW FOUNTAIN, WASHER.
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