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:V-TfcD TO THE HfST INTERESTS OF NORTHERN IDAHO AND SURROUNDING COUNTRY. roLVHi: s. La:Vt EKTON, 15)AHO inïSJIlOUV, TIIIKSDAV, ^OVOUIDH 22, 1883. S3 fRVEAR \OlBER7. THE LEWISTO?) TEUCF. cirr an I c iur.Tr on H.l FAP P PakUaEad Ivory Tliurulay livening — BY - A. LELAND JL SON, Ttrai if laLfijitiii, it Clin EéUs . IwmOiri ft* Tbar ..................... $.1 *,i " " #11 M OATHS.................. t UR 99 11 Tw* ................. 1 h<> Stmflê 9ct«fc«r.................................... 10 P.spoj-wjn; in «U ca«e» dcatanUetl. %!I |, A M n discaatiaaad when ti«* of ••hscrimiou kat expired. II till . tf Ailrirtlilaa Hc4ir«tf. Iqaaro (1 inch in oolana; I i».«artion f 1 *0 à nil aUitiontl ixsertiua.................. itt Two 8qinrei ono insertion..................... f «() «.aoh additional insertion.................. l ftij Vh.**e Hquares one in>erti»n.............. . x Oi. Kach additional insertion............... l no Paar Squares ona innertion.................. .t iy Zaok additional insertion................. } ÿu Tasrlj, half yearlj and quarterly advertis inents inure th*o four squares inserted by special contract. Prvfe.Asional and Artirar.a' Carda of one square or leas, |*cr quarter.................. S |y Ketices in local column veictpt vuluotary) per line........ ................................. 20 Bat none f or led* tkaa.......................... j oq Baoiety adverti'euienta and roaolutioua per line each insertion ............................ ]U liiftl AdvenUiiit Uatra, In < «Un : B*b*m*>ai. Sheriff'« hale« an i all other lo fai notices par men Mr«t luaertiua.......#1 40 Each an basque at insertion ....... . ... AU trab'iect adverti*«*iueuti and aotiws prapayin-at demanded, hU others paya bla quarterly. AL0NZO LELAITD. CM A 8. F. LKLAND. UI'litiAL DlIJlX'Tüitl OF 11)1110 • ••T, K. Sinnig r •Julia N. Irwin .....K. L. t.'ui tis • ^ b . T. Du bois DtUgato ia Coafre Governor ............. Secretary ............ Marshal ................ C. Ü. Attorney .......... Treasurer .............................. .,, Controller ......................J. L. OuTi J0b«L'ä CLKKKH à OI81 Hier ITT nk let District N< r.: a., Clerk II.': District Attorney.............. t . .. ?nd District........... ....... , ♦ j , Clerk .......................... \ District Attorney........».....,1a J<1 District...................... J j \., Cltrk............................ ' : ,.s . Diatrii i Attorney............\\ iil o .. i r .. The Judges of the !m .'u t - .t tricts asseoit.U' ar the cKpna' < 1 K«iid*.v in September lue», ii i o- » Ititute tbe , Supreme t'uiirt ot 1 1.< *iili ihe Jti.1 ü^ ni the 3 : Jisti Justice, aii l A I. Ricusrl Tbe Judicial Di-urir.,« aud toi f l»cea uf holding l'ouri» tu „».-n m «ated by the Supreuie l'.nitt a , • too rod are liable tu ebau^e ,,-ii , , ,, LAND t)K PICKS Surveyor (leu.......... .. Wut H, to&uu ImiTIltt r Exister ................ () p , E etiver ................... . \! g LKWISTON DISTUiCr. R »iiter...............................j y 1 R -center —........................K .1 il aXKORU DISTRICT: ............A. Dud Iciih uiM < Register.......... Receiver.................... .. .. , , lîJRTH Idaho county uth< . MIX PERCE Ci). Probate Judge.................... \\ \\ y *>v. lir .................................Lr« : A id it or k Recorder.............. ,J , };. r treasurer........................... (;,. 0 (;j asS A'»««or............................. L F Herbert J I) >piirlir..'k Ci.Bty Commisaioaerit v H 'A' , aitfiMit. i David Nottimi ■ IIOSHONK CUC NTV . Probate Judge..................E. \\ atUius Sieriff ............................ L. T. Dunaell Atditor A tteeorder............1) M. Frazier T aaiarer......................-....I*. T Luuax A it.M.r............................Frank I arlc Ct.itv Coramiaaiouen. \......* ' D Jene» / .....I '.trick Ktett IDAHO COr.TT. P obate Judge........................f '' ('use 8 .riff................................T. ,J. Rhode» A iditor A Recorder.......J. li. Cluinltetlain T aaaure.............................I M |) rmait A i.eiior.....................It 11 Teicher l Del a Carr. Cauutjr damniiasioners ■' .1 M Crooks. ( N K Will y Coroner...........................J Denny KOOTKNAICOUNTV. Sheriff......................................F. flaine.* Recorder.............................. G. B Wonnacott Probate Judge.........................Henry Meldor Tieasurer.....................................M»x Weil .'seisor.................................W . I). Wright Justices............... R. W. Uochrau, C. W. Wm d Constables.................M. Martin, J. L Steen. I t) F. Canfield County Commissioners...........] J. T. Rankin I Vi. Msrrin. LEWISTON BAKE It Y B SIOSTOOMER Y STREET LEWISTON. X. T. READ, PIES AND CAKES : ALSOUTO oeries Cootectiunary, l. quur« and Cigar., GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, Family Groceries, Etc., S. WILDEN f WALER. t» tf î.t tf J. K. VINCENT, ATTCTI03STEEB, LEWISTON'. I. T. A LL BUSINESS ATTENDED A ft-SI) a.d Faithfully. I ll JL r; - in m ; I Business!! T jj U il Are deterniined <o close out their business by January 1 st 1884 . and in or der to effect tbe sanie bave marked down their entire stock, regardless of for mer prices. $75,000 W0ETH NEW, NOVEL AND CHOICE GOODS, TO DE THROWN ON TIIE MARKET AT A GREAT SACRIFICE. STORE .UM® StiZE, tw it as is LA WI LL'S,. u'XeH* (iin'.uiisn A Cosgrove, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. WILL practi«» in nil the «naît« nf Idaho nod l«trh.U£?<>u I er - i i. rit * I'flie«* at l.t wist< n '»rth ill« «!' Main et ret, app si:« IiunutfU's ^ iw«r« st re 1 tf JAC UM/tLH. E & HOOVER, :*orneyK«at« a vv, VON - - I. ... 5.». ",T < '!:r;i;Y •va.vsri.jaOR 81 Li ti W, V. <»£ .\C'5U XEil/SSI. ATTOR ÎJ 'r.v AT LA W, • 4 i « i u i- v « r lot Judicial is Vi a. : B,• w » ftrpAPh'y'p Gf:-t 2. *n M VAVVI Jali, ATTORNEY, Vaù COUN'jFIiLOR at Law. ' i k - Third tree', aeir a«ur North L «8 berg Ur >4 -tf j . 5 . II. FORNEY, i U'Tif.1 Y IT Î A \V, j »IV II) till), I. 1'. ilections pmniptiy ui»de. ALONZO LllLANI) Atuorney-at-La LKWJ8TON. IDAHO IKHKITORY. Will praerico ia s!l thr t'ourta of North Idaho, md » l«*.*» tbe Supreme »'ourt. Ai«u Cuuuii« •i #iier «»f l ee.is 1 <• r Wssbiiifton Territory in :n<i for Idaho Torrit .rj'. W. T. M KKIiX, A 1 1 or n e y-at- Law, MOSCOW, I. T. V- ill attend promptly to all nulte and <*ol »Otions intrusted to Liai. Mtt PHYSICIANS. C. W. SHAFF. M. D. I'H YSItTAN AND SritOEON. i le of ÜBln HtrrFt, over Pank 6u tf H. W. STAlNiTON, | Physician and Surgeon, ; i LEWISTON, I. T, «»•Har und H»»idpB<»#—M >nt^«jtu»ry ►tr*»' Held of Fourth. _«t j DR J. C. ANDREWS PIIYSII 1 A\ and SI RGFON. ■pec Ohstetric« ami difcaaegof chiMreo ,kl, y- : \ - • tr*Vs ••ai;«rrh. of tbe throat si. I lime.. .... , i M« »Diene«* ami ()* ? ee ln>t •!.hit wc«t of the 0. 6. Laud OÜiou, Main St* | MISCKLLA NKOUS. CITY MEAT MARKET. .»r«T « r Tw«» d«ora Vv^fct ut Bunneirs tiustv>rc. T 0 U T & WÄ R I) W E I, L i*;:-. i'lli ktoiîs, l A ( ; i i j i j Wli. 11*1 JTl « X~e rdUUi bin LOT WIGGINS *>» d • LYTH-^S I (f'L ~r" k M .1 - y yu-ff Jt ' ^ ■ . . . ■ ■ ----— ' 3LIAPLE. DU L A SV' t m 0S'::K!CAI O I" Win furnish n H rdt> Phbtt *r1th Hid th'fd ti »w fwl rii. * t* i ti-mt Hfijr - IL« r I'n lu» Pullt, Ui*c tfttl-d » til BIX out l.littl t- « kli t-ff. n. r. u r. i (,o n y A. t 'O^ ARI'OtM, \o. ? North Finn! ft., l'uriland. Or. Dsaler. ,n FlW-M[I.I.S ,. n. 1 all k i u I s sf 'A OUI) aaJ IKON WOUKINU it Al 1IINEHY T 2Î ly UU MOiiL, ÜOOD q K K«r PftldiN, Parlor Stoves, Hot Stoves, Cook Stoves and Ranges A full assortment of Tin and Granite ware, Ron ting, Tlunlug aud Pipe Fitting. General Jobbing and Repairing a Specialty. BOWT.IA A AU AKT. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 3(H) i iilo j uriect. ACRFS AT D F F P CUKJ K, NFZ '«free «ounty. will he «old at a t*arga.n Apj.ly to JASPER RAND. Lewi«toB I. T. F«|)t. 2 1 1882. t«tf. A.T. llEADL), Civil Engineer S U It V E Y O It. oid line« rrrra«)e<1 r*»« nahle rate« L** * inioa 1. T » / e» ■- é •" -im.leu r * >***r«rarer ply t - 2t FARM FOR SALE. 175 AC BËS , OF LAND, 1 «print Potlatuh, M milt-fi from tb« F >* urthc»- paricaUr« »j» De MMl May View, OmrieU mii^i V. 9. MISCELLANEOUS. TIIK IIALIaA oay Btandard K«g«)atin •y -•••w m É 1 uver made q i !» r i* r ut ?7iND MILL H iTTARA l'(*H. t, Lewi nt on, I. T I oltlini £ ti ulo A Z A A R, i»l i a «ni le telvgrajdi oiTn e HOOKS et STATIONERY of all kind«. .ILfiOIh, tl TOGIUi'il v> i ail uf dtll I a lad Uusiial. LUES, uf all suits PLAYING CARDS yQ of all k nds. FENS, INK, ETC!., CIGAR DACCO, CIGARETTES, FIFES and all kin is of smoker» art ich s, at 1*0 H /a S 7 ( ASH 1* It IV fa. 1 all and exanfiitc my kt.ock and l e a.itibfir<l. il - All the late At SH KKT M CSK', at San Krauciftco prie« «* scut, |)uat-|>aui to to any addivs*. r:. j. u*v\s:t>2is:, i»rop. ————— ..... — ---- — ... NORTHWESTERN STAGE LINE. LiiliOW k At 0 OX H Y, Proprietor». Stager of this line will make Tri-weekly tirj«, either way, between LE WISTONI CHENEY VIA GFaDHbHT'F, MOHCOVT, PA i ouhi: i m , i \ it m Nt. roy AM) SPA M.l.D. Carrying the U. 8. Mail, Well«, Fargo 4 Co.a F.xj*resH and pawiM iigera, an>l connect ing at Pal«lUHtf City with atagra for (\>lfax, and atCh. iwy with «tag*-« f«*r Medical I-ake SjMikaiie Falls ami all |»>iiits in th** Pi n «I« Orille diviaiou of the Northern Pacitic Kail roa l. The line« are w ell «to* ke<l with comfort able coach«.*« and pasoetigers are carried through ou good time aud with comfort and aatety. Stages leave Lew ia ton on Monday, Wed nesday and Friday m rninge, ami leaves t heuey the «ante inomings, at C o'clock a. w., reaching their destination at 5 o'clock the tame evening. 4Utf Î3.A0JÎK (DÜ* ItdriWiLSifUIiSr, HOOVER A BURKE, Exi-hanire 'Doiuxht ami Hold. Interest Paid on Time Depoalta. to laOlIIl, A grurral L»nk 3Ionoy Ou lunyf or «hört tinir ljuaiue»« trau« WILL HK KKADY KOK BU8INKSSON OK ABOUT MAKCil 1ST, 1883. H. T. MAüCWICK, CARPENTER AND BUILDER LEWISTON, IDAHO. LITTLE'S EUREKA SPECIFIC. A SURE CURE FOR COUGHS. COLDS, HOARSEN SS AN D DRONCHIAL AFFEC TIONS. Bead the Folio«« lug Te.tlmnul.l. from l.cadtug Uualuc.« Heu I Lewiston, I.T., Oct. 12, 18H3. Dear Sir: — l take pleasure in adding my testimony to that uf oilier» who have »polten of the merits of your compound, "Eureka Specific." Last June I began to ex.ugh slightly; said eaugh inert used in severity U|I to the last of August. The symptouis aivmiipanyiiig the tough were lot* uf strength, flesh and appetite. I raised at first a frothy matter, afterwards ihanging to a yellow ish matter like pus. 1 u-.-d every menus knwu to myself, to arr.sttbe disease, wliitli . »perieuec told me must end in consumption. J!ut in »I it« of my t Torts dim ted by wane know! edgt* ol Hygiene, ami the laws of b -alth, I t'Tew worse until I took your compound; 'vlt.ii aft ra few dnst s 1 raised all unitttr from my lungs witliout effort. My cough grew less, my strength in, reused, sud I am now, at lids time, well and streng. 1 took two ami ur.e lndl b< tiles of Eureka Specific. Wm. Win h, F rebate J litige, N.z D, rec Co.,IT. Cameron, Nor. Ferco Co., I. T., lbeomber 10, 18,82. Gentlemen:—D uring the rel.ellion, while in the army, I contracted a s v.ro oild, aud ever since have bis n troubled I with a distressing cough. J tried every i r tin dy 1 heard of but could g. l no perm 1 audit relief. if exposed to ill ulti . , , I ^ wet as. «vre cough s t IIJ wlllrll hil lJK tHiit H OOüfill. tl llit* hi j b« «J f««r w«.ukn. Mv l ri« uii.s jh wli as m y ! ^ W« ft* ujij r« h« li>ivcr tint it Would r> nuit ' a * CGulinm*d conMitii)dii>n. A liicuii ivcPtUHn-udutl your liurcLu S}m » ifi« . J tried oue b«-tt!e, whic h ^r«*utly r« licv« d me. 1 gut another iiud before using it 1 was almost entirely relieved of my cough I and am now able to perform my daily ' Work as ] used to do before the war, aud am uatisfiid that by iu u«<' 1 »bull b p. rmauantly cun d. 1 th reli re < fa.wr fully ruuiuuneud it to all who ar" suli.r iiig In an cold or couch, or other bronchial diseases, as an iulallible cure. Yours very n-p. d fully, Isaac N. M< Cov. Head what tbe editor of the Niz Fcrce Xeus says: Lewiston, I T.. Feb. 28. 1883. Dear Sir:—D uring the winter I was harassed with a hard, dry cough which kept me awake nights coughing uiy heart up. I jMin recommendation of a friend i invested 5t) cent» in » bottle of y,,ur "Eureka Specific," which gave in-lan tati.spus relief aud the entire bottle effected 1 a radical cure. A. F. Parker. Lewiston, 1. T., Aug. 25, 1883. Dear Sirs: —Your infallible and in valuable remedy ought to ho univ, r.-aliy known, and iu every household. I will gladly testify and you are at liberty to u»e the sane- if you think it of »el vice to you, that your Eureka Specific not only relieved hut intin ly cured our little two year old daughter alio was suffering from rain and j vire attack of inrap. You have my hei.t wishes and endorse meut Very truly yours, J D. McConket, Rector of the Church of .Natieity ai d editor ol Idaho ('hurchnuin. Lewiston, I. T., Aug. 28, 1883. Gentlemen;—] have ca d your Eu reka Spaeifie and find it very pleasant aud efficacious, three d'ass having cured me of a very severe cold. Sincerely your» j Frank 1. Tedeord. | Lewiston. 1. T., Se-t. 17, 1883. j"" Gentlemen;—R aving" used Kur ka Sjieeifie for Cough. I have no hesitation in aaying that it is indued an excellent j medicine, ami rotMinut, a t it to cur) n ' tw a tin ■ cough remedy. Re.»|>cctP ill). J. H. Mi:»omv. Lewiston, T. T., Scjd. 20, lSb3. Hitting lien nfHictcd with it severe c.dd I used Eureka Spoiilic and murt wiy ' it »(Ti.riled me almost in.-timt r, ii i. 1 am glad to bo able to tcatily in its b b If. A. \S . Wann t. Lewiston, T. T., Sept. 27, 1883. Dear Sirs:— I have used your Eureka Specific in uiy family »ine» its imrtniuc tieu, asti 1 desire to any it L» the most agreeable and thorough cough medieino I ha', e ever used. Yours truly, F. D. Whitman. Lewiston, T. T., Sept. 27,1883. Gentlemen: —Having used your Eu reka Specific in my family as a cough remedy, l can cheerfully reco&imeud it as a first class medicine. Fiiancis J. Edwards. Lewiston, T.T., Aug. 28, 1883. Gentlemen:— Your Eureka Spei ifie is very pleasant and agreeable, »nil 1 have no doubt will, in time, beimnc highly ap preciated by the public as it become» bet ter known. \Ym. M. Mielak. Lewiston, 1. T., Sept. 1, 1883. Sms: —V our Eureka S|xteific i» a good remedy 1er cold». Having used h 1 can certify to its merit». M. J. (jltHENBVllO. Lewiston, I. T., Oct. 5, 1,883, X nur Eureka Specific is a aujarior remedy for coughs und cold«. Having used it with gratifying results I can roc eimmeud it without hesitancy. E. J. Honuore. Lewiston, I. T., Oct. 2, 1883. Slits;—One bottle of your Eureka Specific cured me of a «over» cold and l can heartily eudonsc your medieine. J. S. Drake in. MANEFACTEREP 15Y \V. LITTLF. Jk CO.. l ewUtun. Idaho. A WORD FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN Mr. Joseph Carter contribute» an in 1 (cresting article in tho current number of the Popular Science. Monthly oti "Tho Utility of School Rceissos." Like every s usihlo man lie believes in playground romp» and good, wholesome play. His subject is an old one, but oue that can not bo too often referred to. Pupils arc u, vit examined us to th ir health, tu r is it ever inquirt d whether they are form ing habits that will lead to health. The teacher is interested only in looking''to the development of conventional profici ency'-—no many lessons recited, so many formula* no niorix'd and so many facts tossed promiscuously in o the mind. "It is a uecisssily," »ays Mr. Carter, "that the t acln r b, mi »11 in r energies to the at tainment of those tilings whiili are to be mcasunal by t< i hnieal selnsil exaicination, and that the matt r of h ilih bn entirely ignored. * * * * Renee it is that the 'uo recess' plan will fr qm ut ly meet j with great favor among tea. In r . who ar, most tealous and b< in st in doing their duly as they understand it." This Um recess' i.- a »' berne for the i iti.-s—a plan by which a single lung wssion i< propo-ed in order that the childr. n maybek.pt off tin- street, and out of mi-chief and save the tea' ll r tbe trouble of supervis ion. Mr. Carter thinks we arc too eag erly forming troglodytic habit«. The desire to live in cities, to engage iu sed entary employment«, to enter the profes sions, etc., all results from the fact that under tie; prisent systi in of instruction tlie educat' d young man thinks he must secure something to do which will k ■ p him iu the shade aud out of tic weather. To abandon the 'rcces' in cities th ti, thinks Mr. Carter, will only iut n-ily the tendency of our educational sy-ti m. Gymuastio exercise», so called, d n't amount to much. Pupils w m to run and shout atth ir own free wiii. Soldi r would rather tuareli a Week th in drill a day. J he tend my to p i» ihiidr, n iij, and teach them wholly from hooks leads to other evils save si kn *» and poor, thin !«.di' » —it D nds to consiituiii n.il laziness and inaction. V< ry truthfully exclaims Mr. Carter: "Sloth is net one of our original sin», hut an acquired one; and p> rliaps in on otli r place is its acqui.-itiw *' rapid as in a mod, rn school room win re p. neils and papsr are passed to th pupils, and every movement must he quiet, subdued aud n. is. !<•»», and wheTO the temperature i» kept at a uniform d gree, so that not even the involuntary muscles got any i x* reise." The play ground is a democracy. Here every body finds his level and is taught the rough lessons of life. Tic bully gi is , ... j 'hrashed and is taught subject«, n. | «*"■* vai " W •'•*» llln «"ns- os;' laughed j"" 1 " f ,nl "' an '' ,he l' ri 8' «•* turned iuto a Th : good-naturcsl, rouji and tumble hero of the play ground will j rule tho world. The goody-gooely b«y is ' a I c m b aril of. You may find him in c . subie and frock, but never nna. tivn Dud r of nidi. In fact, so many things enter into thN n titter of youthful exer cise tint too much importune» cannot be givin to it, nd yet how often is it. thi ught a'«mt? In our echo >1» the littb ones just learning th ir letters, ero often kept in the regulation number of hours, subject to a ri id di ipUue und system rules to keep tli ir little nervous feet and hands quiet, for ev il foolish parents think that children must be doing good when they are penned up—that th. r is a eubtle in fluence in the foul air of a crowded school room that develops the inf.igt mind. Mr. ('arti r utters but a truism when he says we want physique in children more than what pass,s lor an education. So turn the boys loose oft, a and let tbe teacher go with them, for we believe with tho writer quoted, "To tho teacher who see» her pupils only in tluir relation of pupils, the eihoolwork is very likely to becomo a grind, a machine at which she is to j cr l'ortn a regular and a constant part, and tin children are little else than so much raw material wliiili is to puss through the mill over which slm presides. She sees uu individuality in them, and, of course, her w,ok is arranged for the aggregate, and individuals r e ivo no consideration as ni h. To overcome this error, them is nothing b tter than for 1er to »ec them daily nt their sp, i:», for them their dis tinctive ihar.tcteri.stii» are manifested as in no other place. II the schools are to build character, certainly an out-door re cess is an absolute essential lor both teach er and pupils." ■youthful criminals. Nothing can be sadder than to sco young lads starting upon a career of vice and crime. All persons who have pity it' tin ir hearts feel an instinctive d-siro j to shield them from the consequences of their first nets of crini ■, and to try to sc euro to th ra a chance of recovery and reform. I t H distr s. ing, indeed, to seo : a boy sent to the p. nitcnlhiry and iavest j ed in the G ry mor .in , of his life with tho character of criminal. To avert this, good people have in many place» institut ed tho reform school. Iu most eases tho offender w ill rua h the pi nitentiary or tho gallows ut luo-t; t ut the ref, rm school may keep him from such fat« till he becomes a man, and th. n tin re is little sympathy for him when ho commits crime. Frob ably tbe reform school » rre» abetter purp"."* in saving the »hock to public feeling which would ari<o from witness ing the execution of th law upon youth lui offenders than in any actual reforma tion of bad boys effected through it. In Really every ease Mill boys are desliued to criminal live», : ml at tho ri ry begin ning of (lo ir dow nward career are already list beyond hope of redemption. Thu reason i< that in tin.e! cases they have le en badly 1> rn and badly reared. Tin y have hid -oi ,'i chance, have receiv ed no prop r in trucli. nand km w no prop er r si mint. ,"j rung from worthless pur en'.», like e\il svcik- o it of ci nip-t, they arc only follow jug the uatur.d l.iw of life, the natural ord r of being, in falling into vicious ways and ripening into criminal lives. What clso can, in r . on, bo ex pected? There is x ea»:o now befere tho com nrunity. A bey net more than 15 years ol a_ r ■ is lound in p--fm of 8omo »loloii wi t'lies. Ile i. a thi, f, but every one say - it is Dai bad that a mere child -hoiild he » ut to the p. nit ri'.iary aud revive the brand of a too- n; and so it is. Here i-one of the li .rd. tef all prub 1: in e i hi.s eiii.d is cue of a larc class who ar cursed with exi,-.t> m;e; who aro brought into the world and get afforded no opportunity ol discipline or in-truc li n to fit them for u>. iul and happy li'.e-. W h u it i.- »aid that his falle. riv a bark ■ p r, aud a b.nkis p r u.iwr out of inpli yim in, it may bo r a.iiiy gu, »-ed what kiudoi cliin th * p» a-r t hild has li ai ii i iiistrueti n in th way ut' moral ity, h ii. r and Mitus The pr t at crime that can be eouinill-d a ...:n-t God or man is to bring < liildn n into the world without di-po.-i'i.-u or ability to give tin ui tin ir ri jiti'ul Ii rit.ia of parental care, iuelu ling mord i lit 111 - lion and neidtul restraint-. '1 lie chief of e riuiinalo :»>>. h a ; ,.h r. No w nder his ehil dr n do n :t bless h.iu. lie bas cursed lo in, mil through them he has cursed the world. W c n i r - ' one of these youthful riuiitial • w i< In ut ] -sing at « ncc ire-m au cuioti.'ti of pity for th • child to a feel ing ot iinii. n ut re*prelu nsion of the p. r ol who, without any sense of his re sponsibility, l.roii bt the* ehihl into tho worid and allowed him to grow up with out ,aro or r -iraint, under the influence "f surrounding evil. A child lies u birth l i Jit to g « d training, and they w ho, with nit In ing fit to give it, biiug children iuto tin. world, commit the greatest of erili) ». \S li.it ar tiny to Coeet? Youth :ul trim in is are but a natural preduet. Vi bat 1 1 : is to bo I -öd d fi r from such a - il a: that out of which they come?— Oregonian.