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THE NORTHERN STAB.
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Eh: Qurtlm'u (Star a
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1'13111.1.~111-.l) l‘;\‘l-.ll\' .\.\l'l “DAY AT !
Snohomish City. Snohomish County.
\\'.\~nm.rn.-' I'Huun-m, ‘
lh‘ liwuumv. Mum... l-Llilvn ulul l'nqn‘iu-tur. _
l\;1lélull lV_\' Dr, .\. (1 l-OINM. \uwcluln- Edllnl‘, '
Terms of Subscriptlon. '
sum ru-r unnulu in l,’ 7‘ l um. “.50 per a: num ll:
‘ul‘h'xln'v I“ \umnu' 1N \m \‘IJI‘.
' --..-..——-—-~—-—--——.—-..
Mull-. 1 ¢./.' :IJrcd/JIHQ. ,
l Culnlnn ln'r _vuar. in L. 5. Coin. Slbmv
.. .. .. n H .. ‘- *' :‘ulluw
1‘ I. II A. u H ll ll :‘1..1"|
”:5 mum-v In lnmxi. ‘. lh-1e.m,........ ....'."..'u:
-- .. " " RPM-lull»... ......,....3IMJ.
Ll‘;.lll'-‘ll'" ~ 531w]; r 4 u...r-- mm H" wu-m: In"
‘l- ...-r ~.‘mmu~l\r«:\:-r-,.z-|ll.lxx«ul".l.-u. .
\ m LII “Morn, \iu'rl ll ml. ~ I
L'l-Lml null-w l-llm'xwl L; ullwt'xu'y «1r ulllmrr Iw.- .
l'. ..rilin; \lu-ir um Hum
_l\.|\.-rl'|,~mml- _.. 11l ll'Ulll u 111-lrlll\“.', um) Iran
“my. “.mrrs uuM hr .u-muupuuicd I!) luv; un'all ‘
- u . ~— I
Luca] -\m-nts. e
1.. l. Jam-u. Smut». l‘u- Kin; I‘mml}. E
'l "l. \\ illium». lul‘ Kilnnp l mum}. :
u, 15, Whium, lnr “lml: um (Timmy ‘ ,
,1. n nubrum‘ rm- ’l'm-«uu.:l. l’i-rm (‘uuutv ’
.l. H. lllnghuln. lur \x-u 'l‘m-uluu. l'irrrvt‘uunlm ‘
q)": Mums Irv uuHmrin-d In rv'vript far all
rum: [mid llu‘xu lvu' "w al' lln- [lulu-r. j
m .
(DI-‘l’llllll. IIIIII‘I-M‘Tflll‘. '
Hun, .losn‘u 11, l.l.\|lxt‘lllcl-lufliw. «ml Judd~ .'
mm» ’l'hlrd Juxlil'ml lllrll‘ll‘l uf “Inuiuulnu 'l'v.~r- ,
mun; Judge 01 Up: lliAtrlcl “our! of m».- (‘uuuly l
m F'uulunulrh. . 1
Gun. X. .\lcl’Vulem, . . )‘,-.,.«-..r,mm, ,llt .I/ '
11. \. Greg-try ’ . . . ('ln'l‘ [MI (hull
Ht'uj. Sll'fll'lu. . . . . . . . . Vur' {(v. l
W. H. “unl. . . . . . . . llullfm'. _
H‘lrilgu‘ .\lnrun . . . . llqrulp huh/m"
l‘. l'. \lulli‘, . _ . , . , , Truman-u: ‘
llnn. Royall 'lilrkl’n, . . . I‘lulmh .lm‘hn
Wm.” Harv-2‘, . . . VHm-l.\ulm'mlnuliul. ‘
ill-:l‘ “ml. . . . . . . . . Cummr. ;
(Imm, IlimniAalwu-nn,
t} l. kyle, Hum-mun. L:I‘.Viullllll'lnlulr I'rnuk't. >
Wm H. “WM-a, H .. ~ (gun/m “
.\L 'l.\\'iglll. .. .. . Ilu‘ku-ml " ‘
~-- 0- - - .
TERMS or COURT. l
Illnlr'u'll,‘nur|—'l'hlrd 'l'uv-(LI) «If .\lurvh, uni;
Gnu-“nu [\lundu) of \‘mrru'n-r nl um: _um. .
Probate Court. ‘
l-‘uurlh \lunduy I'l‘ Junmn. .\Mn, .ilzlg. ..1.-A V
”mum-l alum: mm. 1
‘ "‘:' .-...-"._...'_ . - ‘
SNOlllflllflll IDIIIIEI'I'GDII". I
Swuouml .\nluxm-\l—(lrnwtus. ,
E. l“. Fnruumu. . . l’rwxiu‘mt |
11. A. Gl'cgnry, ’ .
W. 11. Wunl. - . . l'l'rlzrl'rylallnts, i
Luut‘ Gallant. l
Hdrltiue Moms, , . [9112061e
N. W. l’uckurll. ' . . Truman-Inf
Dr. 11. C. Folsom. . . (Mn hivrrlanl. I
" “ " “ . s'upt wring/Av)»: .
§\'. 11. Ward, .' Supt. Tt'lmfrale. MW. ‘l'. l
' Trunfcu l
. \lvnsrs. l-‘vrtus-on. (ln'uury, Ward, Cullen”,
Amour. l'uckurd :uul Fulnmn.
_._—....--
fiNuquuu Flu [hummus Ausurnmm. }
Ovrlcuun. l
Elllrlclgc .\lurse. ~ .. .. Prralnkl't.
T'l'"l#ln~tvh, . I
1M). Plumb. . .. l'w-I'rcxl'data.
A: (1 Fulfill". ,
W. H. \\'unl. .. .. Smtkly.
Tl‘llm'tr‘l. . 1
.\l‘mnl. .\lnru, Slrru-h. l'lumh, Pal-mm and
“urd.
--......_._.
Smuomm Comm .\nuu I'LL‘IHL 50cm".
()l'l’ll'lth. ,
J"! Fln'll‘rhm. .. . I'rmillyl. ‘
3‘1””? -\~ w‘lilll‘. .. .. Vitt-I‘l‘rmlrnl. “
luldrulgc .\[nrcc‘ .. .. hmrulury. .
Trunfn's, l
h .lnn. .\lv‘wlr‘rmnfinlsun .\. Wunds. Eldridwfilurw. I
"worm-Framer, Jullll quls, J. N. Low and O. a". l
\uung.
__,..o_._,
,3NOIIMHRH TnLnouu-u Cum-ANY.-Orncr.ns.
I‘l l‘l‘wuwn. .. .. ‘l'. id 1.
7?. ll Krmm-r, l I (a tn
"wry-lawman. - .. .. Vw-I'lmldcnla.
lflm‘ l'nllu-un. l
Eldridge Mom. .. .. Sazrctary.
Trams.
. E. C Fl'l‘Kll‘ml. E. D. Krnmor. llunrv Jackson,
law: Cuhcm and Eldridge Mom. '
———o _._
Smuomsu Curmw Asmalmom—Onlcna.
Hugh “on. . _ ' . l'rnldm‘.
Iyuu‘ Cxuhcurt. , . WM l‘rmvlcnt.
L. C. Fumwm. . . . Secretary.
Trutera.
M‘v'Ws- R 0“, Culhcurt, and Ferguson.
PROFESSIONAL CARDS. I
3' L' " ' ‘ *: ."L:."f:::.."'; ._ ' :27: |
VV\ 1 ‘
LLDBIDInh MORBL.
Lawyer;
SNOHOMIS". ,
Dr. A. C. FOLSOM, f
Physician &. Surgeon.’
omm in [lu' .Vou‘rmux Sun hulllliug, upstairs. ‘
' v: r! \ * _
Mt:.\.~\lllalll and “all”,
i
Attorneys and Counsellors
at-Law, ,
”Wm-r: I.\' ALL <:¢_»L'n'rs I)? known) '
.\‘H'JNTS FOR
YIIQNIX,
”0"?" 1;; sum n a ‘
.0K '.5 Mn ;
.\ll-IRC‘IIANTILI-Z ‘
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANIEL. '
lone
y luqu-ll
(2 "O‘III Buckle bought and uold,
“hellun- mmle. ‘
Conveyanclng. kc. kc.
SEA'I‘TLE,\V'.T. ’
""518 M‘cNAI'GHT. JOHN LEARY .
'l.
SNUIHHI ISII CI'I‘Y, \V. T., SATURDAY, MARC" 25. 1876.
l
DENTISTRY.
Dtt. J, (I. (”USsl2 DENTIY‘ST.
Oilii'e in Stom- & lhtrm-tt'e "4-“ lwilditl'z nu
tntnnunerciul hil't‘l‘t. .\ll worlt \\.utnntt-il.
n 8
William 33. Andrews,
Attorney-at—Law.
ifllllu-x ll! llFli'F l‘l‘ll.l|l.\l .
1.."-:w~llt§ Ont-idtzitrl
SI'IAT'HJI, \i'. 'l‘.
\1 HP.
luvm; [theme -_ 'it‘w A lruux
1 St lid; on. \i. l‘ , 3 Ninth, “i ‘l.
Attorneysiat-an, Solicitors in
. Chancery and Proctors
‘ in Admiralty.
. ..e 0 .V -
“‘lLl. l'\'i' l'ltitlll’l‘ .\‘l‘l‘llN’l’lUN
tn ill lvtt~in. w Ifiiil‘liflv‘d.
\1 it!)
I. M. “ALL,
L .A. W Y E R ,
Seattle, W. T.,
Pl'lll'lii't" in the l'ouzrta‘ uf Widiingtnn
'l'eiritni} .
\ 1 M.
J' . N. LOW ,
.1! HTML 0t ‘i'lll-I l'l",\.“lf. ‘
AUTO 1] HJfI S]! ("I T l', .
Snohmnish County. W. T. i
t‘nnh'tm i-i-r, 11-Hl-l'ili Ki‘dl [Lima 30.. t\L‘, ‘
”in nu hand I in” \l‘l. 11l [“11” Mid l-u-iinss
Mimi». \\'|i| ll:|ll‘l‘.\4‘l tn dt/ ill llll~III|"\ tn
ll'ilrll d In lll’l'- r. lli. prntnptn- - :t .lml :lt‘i‘lil'iil'u- .
\t Il:l . ’
E. .
it‘ll‘llt. ;
\' !
MMM~vWWA-AW‘ i
The Song: of [£7o. I
.\ Feni’n’nt Poem written I'm the t‘innnam (.‘vnten '
nin‘. Singers‘ l'nlon of New York. I
M mnno mums. I
I !
“nkt‘n, \‘ulct: til the Lxlml‘n “Million! I
Spirit of free-tum, nnulu-u uli‘! I
lliliz. ye nlwi'es. tn the hang of 00mm, |
Rim-ts. unmet. and nmnnuiim. mill ‘
. v l
lin- golden (lay hm chum,
Lrt «\rr’tunu'ne lit‘ dumb, I
That mended 'll-. Illilllt‘t nl' murmured it. (em ; :
Elie hath mm her story, I
Nlu: mum ltvr ulurr. I
“'0 crown htt‘ tht Linnl u! u Hundred Yt-nrh! l
i
H I
Out of tliii‘ktutvfl. and tell. and danger. I
Into the light on’ Vii-wry": tiny,
Help to the ninth. and home to the “ranger, I
Freedom to all. she hath held her n .iy.
Now i-Inrupe‘n urphnlm re»:
['[mtl her liltltllcl'vlll‘vllhti
The \oiecs of Nations are In-urd in the cheer»
'1 hat shall cni-t upon her I
New love and honor; I
And crown her the Queen of n Hundred Years;
111. I
Nurth and South, we meet (in hrothen;
Elie-t und West, we are wedded in one!
Right of envh nhnll tit-cure. our mother: ;
Child 0! cut is her faithful me!
We give Thee heart Ind hand
Our ulmlnun native Land.
For battle he. tried thee, and time eudenra ,
We will write thy atory.
And keep thy glory
Ar. pure as of old for n Thousand Years!
_.‘MW
A DASBURY man put it pair at nine dul
jnr shoes in the stove oven to dry. the other
night. There wns not tune!) tire in the stove
and so he closed the oven door. The next
morning he built the tire without a thought I
at the slums, nnd it w.” not until an hour ,
inter tintt they occurred to him. They were I
ruinml then. The mics were turned up in :t I
'playt'ui monitor. and the upper-‘- rv-seinhled
minewhnt the Cllilst oi ,llnine. Ile tlidn'
my :1 word. Sadly mnl silently ho was to I
moving them with it shovel, when his will: I
emue in. and Hill' ut n ghmre whnt hutl ‘
hnppenn-d.
“Well, that's junt like it nmni" nine in
- tthch'tly exrlniinml. '* Why didn't yon
ihaw- bt‘llsl: ennuul. tn louk [into the men
lmlnrt: yuu allll’il‘tl the llrt'.
‘ He hwln't mid n single word (ll his hm.
.Btll. now he filmke: "Hugh (lum my ”1,,
l it'l‘ll ever build another fire I"
And hu‘la ken-ping his word. When will
a wmnnn lenrn wi>iluml
Ufthe one hundred and seventeen women
I new undying nt the University ut'Sliehignn.
I four have t‘llnmill lnw, flirty-smut] medieiuc
nnd til'iylsix ii'tt-rntnri- and aeienee.
‘ M-fi—_
3 Nu elmsteui g tor the present. tat-emeth tn
lie joyous. but grievous; nevertheless llflt'l"
' wnrd it :'l’:l(lclh the [u‘uCt‘uhiL fruit of
. righteousness unto them which ur: ext-r.
l
"n 1 '.'.-;.'~;t. i" - '7' i 513."
Representing the Interests of the Snohomish.
i Alli-get] Itetmtt'hnblc- Illsonlrl-ltw
{ In Florida tlml Kentueln‘.
i We learn thin the Indinn nmnnd on Mur
l pia-y‘s Island wits opened. or rather entered.
;by :. part} a ten days agn. 'l'hia muumi t 4
' one nt'the birth-st on the river. and has ex
eitt-tl more than ordinary interest among our
i .«ientilic risitm-q. Butt Cnl. Ihrt, [numb-tor
infthi: inland m which the munnd Ht:tttdn_
’ heretutivre [tt'l‘t-in'iui in his retus'd tn have thin
l ri-lh; nip-ht 1:311 di~turhed. (Lt \Vt‘llnn's
‘ d 11:. him-erer. it. Was resulted tn itmpeet
‘ timuatnhiy this mnnmnent 0t pruhitturic
-‘.;:.. A part) from I’nttnnn. nitlt others.
‘ tml: :. trainer for he H’anti when- tht'y n 1"
like! ir. ~3qu :i av. it ras n.:reed tn upelt
I ll e In mini 'l‘. the intent. .\ttet uniting n
imaeh LL') h it. they «.lisenx'ered :t hard n‘all
: Innde l-t I'm-quina nr shell men. 'l'hit wail
. nu" "lilil‘llit'll.'lil|i nau ornnmentmi with \'n
i rinnc. tigvn‘el nt' narriurs. nith lanw :utd M'-
l runs. and \arinm riptiies. .\l'termuelrdit
tirultr n im-wh \\':t~' made in the trail. nttd
ivy the light of n lurch sewral nl' them, en~
, ten-d: I)ill"'i|~url|liu'ti, they found them
~x-|H-t within a “Hill. 8 feet high, with n l'nntn
' l‘.‘ by i-': it‘l'i lnngy, nilh :mnwl \rarriun in
‘etuetl in nielnw. nil in u .»'.t:tte nt petriiim-
Hind This ii r'rt'lnittly it tilt-Mt \untlivt'iltl
; diurnvu'y. and hi» priuluerd n pmliatnd «ten-
Isatitm. ln \it \\' nl'thie ilnpnrtant disem'ery,
' l‘ni. iinrt hm *lnttnnml a gnnrd tn pretent
‘ pnrties- making away \tith thew \wndurtul
:uhjeetm \lnrphrya Hand \\lii Nu dnnbt,
‘ 1a I‘llllll: the \ln-eea oi the St, John" River.
3 ('IILIAHAH. Ky. Jan. 30. -.\imnt the mid
‘ d! ml" the lat-it week two ynmng men n Inn-d
; White, nhiir idl} wandering. in a large
1 hurt nl‘uild hind, dz-nw threat in the south
‘ I-n‘tern part of nnr c'nnnty. dimznvered nhnt
; they suppuaui in be r. sink imie nr fimah—n.
, and with that iden prneeeded tn ewlnre it.
i .\i'ter a little truulde in making their Way
l thwngh the tltll‘ltlit't‘, the cave (titruurh it
prmul tn be; it"t'HlllL‘ lnruu- enough tn Mi'
J mil of their \rnlking upright. Thu-y hnd
: proceeded than in this plunge turnb
. nldy 150 _inrdx when they enn-rgul into n
thirty: and X)il‘llll't‘~l]llt' gallery, the timely
i and grandeur ot' “hirh will rirni that nt' the
mid \lnunnntlt itx't:tl‘. The room :u’mrtiing‘
‘lO their ('ah'ulntium', in 1.30 lv)‘ Mil feet. and
' abounds in all the varieties nl the :tnlng
ilnitex:utdatniaetitw. In the nnl‘tht‘u‘it mr
l ner nl the lirst gnilery (l'nr tin-re me five. ol'l
l which inili hen :d'ter spunk.) about Ii li-eti
E from the ground. they notieed sumo: «trnngt'!
l ('itai‘tll'lerrt ur hierngiyplnea neatly carved in l
l the, wall. nhieh, elm-4e exnmznntinn [vrnvedi
itn in: the heud I'm-k ut'n \ault. .\ li-w min- I
| ntt-n [dying waved to innwn thin, nnd tn viii-i
feline to view the interinr ot'un inelnaure in
: the miid rnek ot'uhnnt 5 by 10 feet. which
icuntninedthe rentnim of three nkeietnm.
I which "tenant-I'B feet 7; inehei. 8 feet-"i int-hes
nmi 8 feet 45 inches in hngth respectively. l
H The henda m-re lying tmtnrd the east. eneit l
l i-mly parallel tn the other. Ber-hie tin-tn lny ‘
three inure—what lo Iked tn iltiw-Hwol'ti'l.
but they ware an decayed thnt upon being'
tum-lied they crumbled in dust. Alter tx
atniningthe remains rlnsely. but finding
nothing that “'Uliili St'i’VC tn throw any light
I on the question na tn trim and l'rntn whenr‘e
| they itrt'. they t'lnaetl the vault. but. in «In ‘
ing an, knnekrd their lurch nut, which they ‘
had contrived before entering, lenvingl
them in anything in! a nieasmt predice
ment. Alter unrching for anme time I'nr
their lent trezunre. tin-y mnelu led tn try tn
eecnpe by feeling their way out, but in this
they mndc the mutter worse. They atnted
that el'terleaving the that hrrze room they
struck a gland-sized brunch. and continua l
following it until lnrced tn turn into another
pttss:nge,~—-thu stream disappearing suddenly
in n hngh perpendicular gnich,-—whieh led
them intn nnnt her sprit‘inna hull, the size of
whieh they believe to be quite its large a!
the firet. Ontnl the second opening, um!
throttgh what they conceived to be threci
Inthem similar at least in size, their wuy‘
I seemed to gradutrlly uncend, until their:
i hearts were math-glad by the dim‘orcry at
light ahead, and flnnlly emerged from their
b ugly eonlinement thrnugh n hnie about mid.
way the eiili‘ot' Itussel's Creek. having been ‘
‘ confined in their subterranean discovery over ‘
l thirty eight hnurn.
~———-—-—---—»——o --o————————
i A Suns m'r m,\ itnu-«mv.-lt is said
i that i’rnl‘. 'l‘yn 1 dl lli'til) NL-i tn the d ut-ghter
l nl‘ Lurd Ilamiitnn in n letter heginning:
i'“ Hnrehnrino eonglnlnerutinn nl prntnpinmn.
i Adorable mmhinatinn nf mntter nnd term!
i itnreit product of inlinite emintion 3" nnd
! enntinning in the mine strain. The elnstng
! nppunl is an fUIhHV'O: “ Dcizn. O nnlmirabie
l crentnre, tn reapeet that nttrnctinn \t'hit‘ll
‘ -lrn\t'n me tmt'nl'll thee with a three invernely
lprnportiunni tn thnuqnares nt‘the dutance.
lGrnnr that we hitltii be made double nuns
idexerihing concentric «white, width uhnll
i tnneh eaeh oth r at nil points ut‘ their pet'-
l tpheriea,“
W
1 Brigham Ynung has prnmuluated an edifl
i (it‘ct‘t’clltp that the tnitht'ui alt-til not indulilo
i in round dnncee any more. and that all hall!
3 shall begin nt 2 n‘einck in the afternoon 'mtl
. " 1" in the martin-g
i " Ito. llle Poor Imlltm."
l Mittiy persons: in the Ezutem Staten. nl
tv-tyq amucinte with Indian t-hnrtt'ter. L'r'llltl
lllll‘n.‘ nl huntir. truth, runninunnnl l'l‘.:llll"tllt‘l'.
illllli hit an 'luintr. shun” tlhir little ltttmriulzo
lOl'ltttllnn,',i.-. 'l‘Jtnne lgim,‘ tlmltuhtsnf “Ptmr
i In.“ will tln in use when npeukltm nt'n very
tfew t-xm-titinn ll C‘tflt“ hut will not vln hy
;nn_v Ull'ntm. “hen spanking: nt‘the Intliuns 3.:
'n lll‘lll)ll‘.
‘ We will admit they tire ennning, lint they
«how it nnlr in it trt tit-ltt-rnnw way. untl their
letnlttt‘tnee ist only visnhle. when. driven on
line their love ni‘ hlmtrl untl plttniler. they
I endure hunger. thirst-anything -~:intl nt‘ter
Lillit'l‘ hint: :iml tt-ti’nna tn .rt'hefi. tl.ty Sl'lnt‘t"
{null shunt :trnuntltht- til/uni; St'3tll‘t=(lf tlnir
wit-tints. and. kept up hr exe'tenn-nt‘ they
l'wlll [tum-.3 nntl lx‘t'l'p up um tit-innit jubilee
the «lure together. elnt-t-ittlly it' the milpn
i they rt-juire ever, we limit: of white women
lnr ehililren. or prrlmps «nine p-trtit‘nl-tr t-n
--ll'lllV. I hnve wen these <l‘Jl|) tlull‘l‘“ when
lnlnnn with them tn their ennntrr. .‘l'ttl I ltl|\'t‘
Ithnn;ht il'wnne ut'lhnce kintl henrtt-tl pimple
of the 15 mt enuhl hr- in my [Jim- mnl enjnt-P)
.tlte scene in Itllfl. l l'elt pmitive they \Htllltl
tt-lttttttze their tnintlaz they \mttlil lnttte mint:
’nl' thMe tonntntie itlena; “Pnnr Ln“ wnnltl
[he stripped of nil his “.Ltt‘t-nttte‘t." llnll he
l\\'t\llltl ttpltmr tn them a: lll‘ tlitl tu me. the
; verimt u'u-iln nn earth--tt'e:u~ltvt‘nu~:, nnmr-r
--leil‘nl. nttpittint: tlemnm. Il‘ttur frit ntl Wm
innt yet Htlialietl. let him tulle fl rttn fur life.
i with them: hear their hnrriil yells, and know
ithztt "every _wll menu»: Itur " M the niuitn
ituinet-ra any. «nil! think nnr friend. when
he got lrtt‘k n'ti'elt‘ tt‘ tlte east, wnultl fur
get to pray fur thcsc “pour Indium“ way
nut treat.
True. the Indians have hntl sntne enum- tn
l'ht'llv the tli-ntnn nl'tlteir nutnre, lint huve
thty not fully glutteul their venzenee? Will
they never he Hl‘lt-lit'll? Surely they httve
tlttnhly llfltl their pity. Gt. through the west
ttntl you will find thttt every town uud lttttnlet
Inn itq title «if "Iqjt'nj'tma-u.“ We need not
take the present only. hut. go lmk to our
gritntl-littltera tlttys, :tntl hnw nutty children
have crept eluter tn mother, ll?! mint- Ulll.‘ \ms
retuling or relating umne tith- ul’ X-ttlinn hur
rorx. But they have passed itwny l'rnttt nnr
I‘u‘llt'l‘n nittil‘t‘fl; their wur-t-ry no more it:
hennl nn mtr etutern mountains. or in our
cistern vnleyn; their mnm-s no more lreuk
[he l.lkt‘s sittnathn s-trtitee, n ) tn ire will the
wnmla re who with the rmek nl' their rill-i.
nrthelnughter of their children; no more
will the huppy nrtitlen meet. the prttll'l war
rinr returning from the chase; Nu; these
an: reeolleetiuns of the pitst. Art‘u I'.|Cl'
they ttre dwindling away. ttml Itmlt will he
nmnluereil \\i'.ll the thing» 01' the Pil‘l.
They hate l'l'(‘n tlriven'lmehr—lutrlt; un
nhle tn stunt! ttguitht the tn-trt-h ol'eiviltttiutl;
they are limiting: :l trail tn the \\'("lt'l‘ll lnnutt
thins. where "tiny rentl their tl-mht in the
settingrnun." l’et‘h llh in this neemtnt the
eastern people huve :t kin l 01' uyntlinthy. nr
pityJ'ttrtht-tn, llnll wqu-l Ill) nil in their
pnwerto help them. tn chill” the"). hut
knowing thnt by so doing. they tire ttntler
titkin: tin impoatibili'g. lint‘.'thu true Indian ‘
ettnnnt thrive tnnlrr the white man‘s htwtt ‘
He watntu the hroml expanse nt‘prttirie. tll'
the rugged. et'ttgy monntnitt peuk, just "Pl
Nature's Gutl tortnetl them. and us mutt tut
the wltlte min b-gitm tn (‘tlul‘mlf‘ll upun l
them and their hunting grounds. they must i
either be driven back. further into the ittte- 1
terinr. or stay and try the star filial plnn ul'i
civilization. Those who have any furl-sight l
must see tit n glunce that to mingle with ttte
whites means extermination.
I Bunyetl up liy their love n! revenge. they
take. the war-path. prefering to die in
writ-turn. to whitt‘they comider the greatest
insult thttt can be heaped upon tllClu-vwnl‘k.
It in unless for white men to 30 uniting
them With the hope nt‘impnwing them. for '
they never can forget their trilml supersti-l
tinnu. nor the trulitionsul‘theirhtthers; their
htttretl for the whites is heretlitnry, untl til- I
though they mny ltitle it with u t'lonk of
friendship. yet it will letrst nut lll‘l‘t‘flll,‘ 0n!
the slight”: provmttttinn. l
There is no middle ground between thel
whiten llntl Indium. and the buying. “it' the ;
tnnnntttin will not. came to us. we llllh! go i
tn the mountain" . i- truly illnstt'tttt-tl in Hill
uttetnpls tn eiviliZe the Intliuttu. We eittntut l
bring them to an equality with tt~, lllltl there t
(are. tntry tn eirilim tlum we tutht sink tn ‘
their level. And do we help them? See the ‘
IDIIOI, llllhurtllilt! remnants nt' (Inl'L‘ plntt‘rl'llli
triht, begging, where unee their lll‘lll'l'flt
ruletl! An Sprugueuttee mill; "rilnwly untl l
wily [lit-y climb the llitmtlll tnonntitem: tlt -ir :
cnuncil tires hive lnng~int~c gnne out 111-um '
nur ahnrt-s, and their ('tllllll-I are in the nltntt.
At 1 pt: ple, they live only in.tltu Illng!’
of tlnir extt-rutitmtnrs.“
A-I hey hecmuu wuukt-r they hecn'ne more I
tretteherutu unil lllllt) l thirsty. With a
tleuthgrip they eluteh the Itntehet and the
swiping-knife. and driven on luy their lure
0f I’c'ongu, they commit tnosu hurt-id Prime!
whim wast rn papers urc full of. With no}
l'fb‘h‘u)‘, et' v. brig‘tzcr fume. and Milt u?
ilizll'k pa-zt tn jnlge H‘th, they rn-aist the
lit-hire tnm‘s nppxunh in Hair nit-mint.
i utrttugle llfltlitlfll an t'nqmsihility; hnpez
against Impe‘ nn-t tiunlty. ntter thty lee
_tle'tth Haring them in the faith. thruttgh theer
jut“ tit the reenllu-tiun nt‘the \‘icl'ttun they
1 hute huteltered. in mid hlnnl [HUMP-i. nnl
! hunyed up by the hope of mart joining: their
inneeutun *1 that happy huntin: ground.
I‘Vill'i'o wine tnen net‘et'ttt'dmt them. they
. give tent to tilth‘ truly hnrri 1 death unfit-:4
whit-h nre «nil in etnrett etery pwiui
'knuun to the heart ut‘nian, lure. hope. feur.‘
fhatredmetery thing. Smut. Very smut. “ill
he henrd the hut war-cry. the hut. shunt nt‘
’vietnr)‘ and the last denth Hung. LiiU' the ;
iwnt‘u 01‘ n mighty ueean er the whirling;
ifiittllltfl (if n itttl‘llinL: prairie. the tide nt‘l
t'iViltL-lith it driting: them Lilith. ’l'huuuh]
‘ut timer. with :1 denth s‘tt‘tlxtzle‘ tn! it were. ‘
they rally. yet the owr-eunuing nnd nvern
p-m’eri‘ul nhite Innnew-r claim-t tue \‘ietnry.
But can we ever forget: them M n ptmple i i
Will the time Her emne when this nncei
:tt‘ent. peculiar people will he tin-gotten { l
.\‘u, their n'ut‘l‘t are scattered nll over nut"
hind. every mountain range. ouch mightyi
'l'lVl r h-m itn nep-trnte hiatury. Names hf“
itlnir chiel's nnd trilnre are given to nil of hurt
i principal l'lVL‘l'R, hilt-ea and states. Theirl
Lhiitmy is must itelelthiy stntnpml upnn mt
ilnnd. 'l‘heit' ltgeinla :tnd traditinns net: the i
[ti-uudntiun of some nl‘ Ivur gt‘t'ttit'st literary l
i work. nud the rt‘('t|ill.:(‘lit)l|h of their savage ‘
Entrit‘us will he handed duwn hy us from gen- t
ierntiun to generation. Then we muxt “C“
i knmth-dge. that {“1 it people. we must. utter
{remember the Indian with mixed feeling: at"
l hntred, pity and regret. Their history in n i
Imettnure in linked with‘our histmy, and}
‘ white Amerienn literature exisujnst an long ‘
, niil the history ut'the Amerienn Indian he?
i penned.
l Lt-INNO.
t .——-=-«-..——— '
I no“. “Hutu: wxu‘nnu.
D» you believe this, hays? It in true.
' trut- ”Mt ynu nre watched often. very ntten
when you think not. of it. Purltitptl I ean
heat. illn~trutc [hm by giving you n Itnry
| related by :1 traveler in one of the Buuthern
Sl'ltrfl.
'Atnwng the Iri~h Ctlli‘fl'dllil win came to
our country mm‘e than twenty yenri ngn.
\vna n l:nl not then put. of his teens. He wmt
a stranger in a strange hind. without friends
nr helper. in his ht‘t'lfl‘h fur employment
he mime to the hnnk: nt‘ one of the rivers
t which flow into the (lull nl‘ Mexieo. Here!
i he nhtnined asitttntiun as deck hand on lumul
lut'n stenlnhmtt. It n'na hard \tnrk nndhnrdi
'lnre. At all hnnrs nt'thc duy nr night In“
in» expected to stztnd melt tn [and and
t reeeire freight. take in mind. and feed the !
[rum-m. "l" (“(1 NH wnrk thitht'nlly. time.
i int.r hiln-elt'tlnher. nt‘tivt'. nnd intelligent.
lleltml Item in the hunt nhout a week
whrn on one dark night rt tire Int: wen. run]
a cry henrd nn tlte hunks nf the river
The tire nun n signal for the hunt to amp:
The mute with «us thvnin (-hsirm'. untthl
unl hind‘ hut :4th our, young Iridium" (m
almrn in n thi'tll hunt. Ile futmd a plant- rI
“ml two nr three negra-a Mnndintr nruund
thesignnl tire The plnutor handed him it
th‘kagv. saying. “l'h-n- is thirty- t'uur thon
i unntl dnlhlt'“. Give it to the rnptnin nr
elerk. and unit him In depnut it fur me in
the Plantet‘i- Bmk it won us he gets in.
Tell him Imt to fem-t it. ma it is to pay it
note which full~ due on the day after tomnr
row." ‘
The ynnuz man put. the Innueyin his,
turnout, and [)ll‘hc“ at? the hunt. In tit.-
durknew he might hnve gone in nnuther diu
reetlon. and with the money in his posse:
nion. a grout t‘nrtune for a poor immlgrnnt.
disappeared. never to he soon in these lmrttt.
Dnesill-untten wenltlt ever prove it real hlens l
,it‘gi This smm}: man prnhnhly thnuuhti
not. .\tnlleventshe had no intentions or;
itrying it. ‘
(in his rent-him: the deck, the mute de
l tunnded of him what nns wanted. The hid i
replied simply that it. tins n mewnge tor the i
i captain. and true roughly ordered to go into :
i the eahin und delit'er it. I
1 Upon entering the eahin he saw the eiip- i
l min surrounded hy u jolly grnnp oi p‘lhflt‘ll-i
zeru. nud very hnisy with eurdn and puneh.’
Under thesae eireumstnncen he widely elm-l
eltnlrd thnt the money “'tlllltl for thnt night}
he suti-~t in his own keeping. He retired
farm the williu 11111111-t'l’Vt'll. un-l unwed the;
pneknge Ot' nine- in the l-nmun of his t-lutlu-nl
lung. In the mmning win It the ('ttplttilt \Hlfll
min-r. he ngnin risite - the mil-in. llntl (h it\'-,
ered the innney null lttt'wttgt'. niu n imme- ,
thing tike the t'ollouingutnt'ersntinn nceurr' 1
ed. I
"What is thta? Witt-re did ynu :ct ”tin i
money? " i
"I Went ushnrein the ynnl thrit last night I
Hll'." '
"And why did you not bring it tn the,
nfliet: nt nnee t" l
“I dill s'r; hut yen and the clerk were ‘
llfltil Vt'l’y inlay." 1
Thin answer drew forth a hearty laugh ; ‘
from Junie ot'lhe [t’lflu‘ngel’s nhu had been!
NO. 11.
in the aomu liudint-«s.
If "‘Yunn: mun," said the cnplniu, “how
, long itth' you been on this boot. 7"
E "A weak air."
i “.\llti how much money have you 7"
| “Five tlollM‘l bit."
“Vol-y wu'l. Go to your work."
In three wet-ks from that time the young
immigrant 'ht-cnme second mmmn a your
that mate, nn'l not long otter. cnptnin. In
, ll fvw _wurs he had n with and children. and
i owned it plantation and two or three stunni
: ho'tti.
Now, must it only A happy fortune. or as
‘V some would any, a lucky chance, which in
inn-I short your raised thii young tmn frost
éthu Ulillnlll.” ot‘deck hum! to that of first
| unto? Perhaps you will say that. n fat-or
':tlliu circumstance intmdtm-tl him to the
Inotion of tho captain. That in truo. but
_ tlnrrc mm the t‘uitht'ulnt-sa. the lioncnty. tho
' intolligwncv. thu toot,to profit by time tot‘or
iltllit’(’il‘Clllllt‘t-‘llltft‘l. He did only his duty,
:in tin: simplicity and honmty of his hourl.
tprolmhly without. hope of rcwunlmr even
1"" notice. llut ho was watched. Ilia; cop.
i tniu ohqcrvcd his conduct, and when, thrt-o
wake uttt‘rwurtls. tho phtce of tho It'i‘und
i mute mu vomit-d. ontl he wanted on indus
trious and n-liuhlc young man to fill it. he
loin-ml the situation to this young immi
grunt.
i This it on f‘\'t‘llt not unliltc “glint often
l orrtzm. A hay is industrious. phtient. Ind
iptr;vrm~ini._;. ’l‘hnt boy in watched. After
i :l tiuw sumo lll'.‘l'(‘lllllll orincchnnicin in wnnt
i of“ lmy of that. dosrription. and [in thinks
i h:- knows whom to find himf "I have
' watched that boy." my: he to himsell. "and
g I am Contitlt'nt that heisjust wlhtt I wont.‘
Thi- tiny gets the ofl'or of the situation. and
gladly and thnnkl‘ully accepts of it. Thu
lazy drone stands by. and snyl, “what I
lucky fi-llow that ho, in! What in the rea
son that no onu,_wnnts me?“ He too has
Ivan watched. Thntis the reason no one
wantshim. ‘
Again n tiny tuneful, fnithl‘ul. nuri honest.
llotoo is wntchcd. By tutti by some one
wants it buy whom Ac can tract, and he says
"l have token nott- ot'tlmt lmy, nnti observed
that lit-in uniformly faithful in all the: little
[things committed to his care. He is dili-
Im'ut, careful. and hunt-sh! will secure hil
survives and do wall by him."
i The hoy who live: next door ‘isol'n very
idill’crcnt discriptmn. lie is careless. and
l unfuithlul, if not positively dishonest. [Io
llooks on and wonders. "Titntil just nut-h
n situation MI hut-r been trylng'n long
i time to iiud,“ ho anvs: "what it lucky fiellnw
ithnt hoy ie. Something is always. turning
lup forliim."
Domthis lmy rcnson correctly atboutHhis
nvlgllbnr's good fortune? I: snmrthing sl
wnya turning u p for him. or .(lltul in: turn it
up by his tiiligc-uco. thithl‘uluesa, and hou
i (fly? Which is it, hoyst
t Bu sure that industry, thithfnlnms, and
l littttcsty will mom-rot lntur lind tlwirruwani.
1 Thu reward mny .\n-em slow in mmin‘g. but
i wait for it. Work and. wait. Wlwn you he
} (-omo mun you will find that on honest, «lili
-3 éont. and roliihle mm is ulivnys wimml to
i till some useful and respectable placo‘in ac.
(titty—E: I
. . . .. t
i . POIITIVICIX run: Owns-r human”.—
L A negro, known as “ Uncle Ben." has ltt‘t‘n
l t‘omui m. the Films plantation. eight miles
‘ from Clmppell Hill. in Washington County.
Texture. who says he was ngmrlmiud boy,
Mowing the ln-llow: in a blacksmith nhop in
Virginia. tit lllL' time (if Brmhluckb tit-tent,
t 753. ilt- lost his t-yqsight at about 60 years
i of :igv. hut in the course of twenty smm) it
i returned to him. nnd he lt‘l'tl on wall at! any
i hotly now. His hair turned white with ngc,
imrnt-il him-k uguin. and is now white ”lie
1 hL‘CHIhI timv. llu now tniixticntt‘s with his
ithinl act of turth. llu has iltltl fourteen
i u iws. and in hulo. ill'ill'ly and native. From
hi» Hillit’lllt‘llla hc lllllsl. ht: 135 or 140 yet}!
old. line (h'ntunniulczm have him if thwy
want. him.
——-- 7-h—4 O m
Scum-Lun—ln tlllt‘it‘ht thin-a Enutern truv
olrra wort: mndmlu: thnt It :1 sort of slippers
not much more tlmu soil-s of thoes stt‘appt-nl
lotln: bottom of tho that. We oftc-n um
tin In pit turul in mu-ii-nt urt‘nt'l. In trawl:
ing on hot. snndv mulls. it :nn-t til‘lt‘ti imp.
PC” that. lttl‘llt‘lln of room: unml ur (inn,
unml worktd in ltcltvrt'n the anmlnl uni!
tln- lit-mil toot nnd (must-1| tlisngrcmblc
t'rvtting. Thu lutin mutt for gravel none is
scrupulous. 5-) :l nmn'n {not won ol'ton
millml It} rruplt-n. lly an «my trnnuition,
in tho tlgurntivo unt- ot' the mod. the
Imngis of the soul. cursed by waim 10.]
muml i‘tellllu. (“ultra to he denominated
in mph s of i-nnuntt-m-tz
A )luncuot. Act—tho niotiwr of the
Sultan ut' Turkry rot-curly sc-rrnrrtl tho release ‘
ul nim-ty Muyuhnm; Turkish. and Gluin
tinn primnrrs t‘nnflnvll t‘or (lulu in Constan
tinnp‘n, s‘m h i\in_,r [mill thtir tint-s amount.-
in; to $6,000

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