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And The News of The Georgian Gulf, The Fnca Straits and Puget Sound.
V»4 "T** jfoRTffWEST JiNTERPIUSB «c iivr '.af uru.tuiT at wAinium run nr THI NORTHWEST ENTERPRISE COMPANY. Altered it tbs Post-officsu sccoadcluss B ltur a iK~ labKfrlrtlOß Bites fat Tor |2.00 lii Moatha SI.OO Hires Months 60 L*<sl Aif«ri*lu| Kites. Dll oqiars (IS Hoes) Ini insertion Si 00 Rich iiasrtlon 60 $. r. lONtf. • O ISSASL. JUD3ON & ISRAEL. ft HD I.AWTKKM, NOTARIES PUBLIC, s«4 R«*l litiii 4gsi(i. Oflrt in Uldfd Hlatss Lana f ft## fctildiac. Main tire*!, Olympia, Wanhlngtoß Tsrritsr*. Bpsclsl stuailan given t» sll Unit io»t- Un -srssf fllisge, cssissts, ets., In tbs O. *. I.enil Ofges A4*ics gifsa frss to ell. Letters ssieer# rsSt foetegs. juuaßL, Bex IT Olfapls W, T Bp^os*, plfil |s|jlßM!| -Ml- WHaTOOM. W. T. Will attaaS pMWjUy to all kind* of aarvaylntf. VtliHrrMti; tnfi »U. oa m bto&s* T. B. CUIL-D3; AnacorteN-> - -W. T, pf* Dealer in everything usually kept in a first class country store. _ _ . w-ln i-rogontg ctvon BfOlin fill ■ii-nl us (I I«:itn s4uu,uu u^ t .r °,s • package of kooilb of v«lm>, that will titan von in worn that will ut ouoa bum,' y«m in money *«n r than anything «Imo in A'uurlca. All about. In t 00,000 in prtmenlH with ei Ui bix. Aouita w»ui.*d avarywlitir' , of uitlmr mux, ot all for nil lb» limn, or spartt tnnp <>uly to work I>r us at thulr own buraoa. Fortune* nf all worker* abaotu taly aaanrvd. Don’t delay. U. UaLum at Co., P»n faad. Main* ■pecllleatlonM 'lor null'tin if*. Messrs. Pal User, Pailuer & co,, of Bridge Ert, Ct., the well known architects and pub tiers of standard works on architecture, Imvo lately issued a sheet coulaia ng pluud and spec locations of a very tasteful modern oight-icoin cottage with tower and ul»oj with the necessary ■odltlcations for building it without lac lower, udwith but six rooms if desired, in its most costly form the outlay is estimated at td.oufl; without the tower it has been built for •hi if ouly s ; x rooms are iuemded, the cos ■ay bo reduced to $1,70t) or sd,ood. L>« tai I of# given of mantels, stairs, doors aud casings cornices, etc' Tb« publishers have found in Ihs most popular plan they have ever issuedv ■totals that it has been adopted iu more citato ■JO hundred instnneeswithm cul knowledgfk sans (inn issue specitln lions in blay t cto ted for framo or briekea vridings of a Hop; also forma of building u le ct am •« •tai books ou uoderu iuuxpe , urtiotio co* c*ts plsus whichsrs of i e itc i' val o , •••coovsaiosvojvs to alrjt^veo. HEART AND HAND. I loved her in the e><rly ftpring, When bluebirds mate and robins sing; My heart eriod hiirtc, oh, speak, make haste. My head made answer, hast is waste. 1 dropped the corn, I sowed the wheat, The summer came with blossoms sweet, And all the time my heart cried haste, And head made answer, baste is waste. I stacked the grain, I sheared tdC sheep, I reasoned that my love would keep, My heart’s loud cry of haste, oh baste: Was silenced still by haste makes waste. The ground is covered o'er with snow, Another wed her weeks ago;— My mocking heart cries hutfte, urafeo haste. Aud mokiug head, oli, haste makes waste. THE CHINESE PROBLEM R«v. W. C. Falconer, D. D., writes as follows to tho Interior, the Presbyterian paper of Chicago. •‘lt will not do to confound the oppo sitiou of the Christian ministers and lay men of the Pacific coast to the Chinese with the canting communism of the “sandlot orators.” It is had logic to connude that because a bid man agrees with a good man on a given point, tlm good man is wrong. Tim fact is that the secular and religious press of California is, without exception, so Ur as I could (earn, in favor of the “Restriction Act.” We in the east have not bad forced upon us the reasons that influence them. We me apt to bo indiff rent to lambic, riot or heresy while it is confined to *onie fur away or obscuie place. The terrible facts of this case are right at the door of the good people of the Pacific coast. We see but a comparatively few harmless coolies in our cities, and arc apt to judge bv what We axperieGCe. The Chinese constitute che six'tb ef the population of California and about one ninth of the population of Btn Francisco, an I pay less than one four hundredth ol the tuxes. In twelve blocks of the very best business part of the ciry live, sleep and do busines-,ovcr 30,000 Chinese. Of these about 1300 are woman, and 722 ill den. Of these wotua £8 are wiv<s;of these children 59 arc legitimate; the rest mo concubines and prostitutes with their children. Ol the filth and stench implied in thio verain-lite I need uot speak to a white man. The immorality, nrcom pnu’e 14>y loath lomo diseases, fostered by those soda] conditions is something appaH'ag,'utterly different from and beyond anything known in the worst parts of our eastern dlies. Wore these results confined to file iJiiinesc and their offspring, it would lie bud enough, but so open and cheap are tlie opportunities for social vice and crime that alarming numbers n| white hoys and nren, lorgettiag the lessons ot Caucassian manhood, are led to share dis ease and pigm morality in thsir most revolting forms. The Chinese us a class, adhering to ih'-ir own laws and customs, haw no regard for our laws and customs, They a re. uninfluenced by our ideas of virtue and decency. Having no regard for the oaths, they resort to unblushing and unparalleled perjury to deleat justice in our courts. When we renvmber lu*w difficult it is in our eastern towns and cities to enforce certain ordinances, we need not be sur prised that the nuthoiities of Sin Fran cisco are unable suceesslully to cope with the above elements and conditions. Gambling is a passion with these p>.op!e, and within those twelve blocks are over one hundred aud fifty gambling dsns, many of them secured with iron doors and bars, and their approaches watched by their own friends. Nor did these Chinese leave their Paganism behind them. Those >O,OOO support as many Joss houses as you will find churches among as many white peo ple. It is a mistake to suppose these people are not influenced by these Pagan alta’S aud idols. They are, aefieci&liy in the relation of conscience to crime aud .Anaxcoi’te* "VV, T«, Saturday, Novombor vice. The sale of “indulgences” against wlicih Lutlmr thundered, were nothing cotifpared with the horrible indulgences of these Pagans on American soil. More than one Joss house in San Francisco imitates the ancient abominations «t Corinth. Some of our secular papers love to point to what they cull “Idolatry in con tact with Christianity” on our coast. The statement is utterly fallacious; for these people conic in contact only with gamblers, liars, adventurers, unclean and profane men and women and scuun* clrcls. The Bousllts of Tlie Civil W«f. From General Grunt’s account of the Chattanooga campaign which is publish ed in the November Cehtury, and is ac companied by explanatory maps, we take the following. ‘-There was no time dur ing the rebellion when I did not think, and often say, that the South was more to be benefited by deteat than the North The latter had the people, the institu tions, and the territory to make a great and prosperous nation, iho former was burdened with an institution abhorrent to all civilzisd people not brought up u ndc-r it, and dite vffclch degraded labor, - kept, it in ignorance, and enorvrted the governing class. With the outside world at war with this institution, th ;y could not have extended their territory. The labor ot the country was not skilled, nor allowed to become so. The whites could uot toil without becoming degraded, and those who di‘d wjro denominated ‘poor white trash’. The system of labor would hare soon exhausted the soil aud left the people poor. file non slaveholders would hare l«tt the country, and tb«* small slaveholders must have sold out te his more fortunate neighbors. Soon the slaves would have outnumbered the masters, aud not being in sympathy with them, would ImVo nfcen in their might and exterminated them. The v/aT was expensive to the South as well as t« the North, both in blood and treasure; but tt wus worth all it coat.” The P »p.' has his own soldi irs, who are not very many, snd who generally act as guards to the various parts of the Vatican. Behind the bronze doors, which tire enor mous barred gates, wc saw some of these soldiers, one of who u will ask us for our pet mosses, or permits. I am sure you never beheld military gentlemen like them before. They are called the Bwiss Guard, and are dressed in a uniform of Mowing tunic and breeches,.’ formed ol tiroad perpendicular stripes of black, red and yellow, long stockings striped in blttck~and yellow; and on state occasions they wear brass helmets with heavy white plumes, and carry hull erds, or pikes with ax heads at the ends, Tho officers’ dress of the same design, is of bright silk, and they make a dazzling appurance. These men appear as if they belonged to the Middle Ages and bad nothing to do with oar modern times; and they very proper ly seem so, for their uniform was designed by Michael Angelo, not long after the discovery of America, and their costume bus never been changed. It used to be the custom of many of the potentates of Europe to have personal guards compos ed of Swiss soldiers, ua they were con sidered more honest and trustworthy than any others. In Walter Scott’s “Quentin Durward” you will learn a great deal about the Swiss guards ot France. In Paris the porter of tbs doors of great houses is still often called “The Swiss,” although ho is almost always a "French men. And these guards of the Pope are now Italians, but they still retain the old name.—St, Nicholas. A Oekrk Woman, says Milaes, ht hi* Eothen, wears her whole fortune on he* rjrson in the shape of jewels or gold coins , believe that this mode of investment ia adopted in a great measure for safety's sake. It has the advantage of enabling s suitor to reckon as well as to admire, tbs ehjeot of hit affection. The Swhs Guard. SHCHIPTS. For a Cold.—Drink a tea made by itocplng together equal parts of catnip, •peanumt and sassafras. St nep, but do not let the tea boil; put the feet also into hot water. SNOWDRN rCDontn.—llnlf pound bread crumbs, half pound beef suet, half pound moist sugar, the rind and juiro of two lem ons, three eggs. Boii two hours, serve with wine sauce. Boston Pir, without shortening; Three e;gs, one cup of sugar, one and n-half cups Soar, one teaspoon cream tartar, half tea spoon soda, salt. Bake on two round tiue, when cold split and till. To TALK oitt OuKAfiß. —Dry bnckweat Hour, if rsj:-*atedly applied, will remove en tirely the worst grease spots on carpets Cl any woolen elolh, and will answer as a Wench chalk for grease spots on silk. Watt-15 Cars.—One cup sugar, two eggs, ball cup butter, one cup water, two tea epoans cream tartar, cne teaspoon soda; b» i- the butter and eggs to a cream, then add the other ingredients, stir well, bake quick. To Cook Egos Nicely.—Tut them fn boiling water, cover close and sot them oil the hearth; let them remain fifteen min tikes. This will cook them clear through, without hardening the white. The chile*- auce in the lluvor is astonishing. Filling.— Two eggs, half cup of flout, one cup sugar stirred in a pint of boiling miik. Flavor with vanilla. Stir constant ly to keep from scorching; put half in on* ole; put on the top and sift puiverueo «ugax on or put on frosting, Roman Boct.—Twelve potatoes sliced and soaked in cold water one hour; boil i» me quart water till tender, strain or mash well, add one pint milk, and let It scold with cne onion, butter, pepper, and salt, and one bay leaf ; chop paioloy fine and throw ta just before serving. To Ciiajjob Red nm to Lronr on Vrm.oW.—Put a heaping tablespoonful of baking soda or salcrntus in a quart of water and wash the head and hair with It. De this three or four times a week, and tbs hair will become silky and light. Of course (be darker the hair the longer time it will require to bleach it. Swket rsrsruiTS. — Rub fonr ounces of butter into eight ounces of flour, add si* >uuce« of ground loaf sugar, the yolks of two e/gn, the white of one and a table spoonful of brandy. Roll the paste thin sod ont It with a wine-glass or cutter) egg over the top of each with the remain ing white aud silt ou sugar; bake ia n moderate oua Eating Fm’tT.—A distinguished physi cian has said that if hia patients would make & practice of eating a couple of good Oranges before breakfast from February to June his prentice would he gone. Tbs principal evil is uiut, wo do not eat enough of fruit; that wo injure its finer qualities with sugar; chat we drown them in cream. (Vo need the medical actions of the purs fruit acid in our system and their cooling, corrective influence. ir*v P <XDW.cneb.—Boll the ham ; take on third fat, two-thirds lean, chop fine, ad 1 a “mall tenspoonfnl each of pepper sauce and Vi orcobtsLire, a little mustard and cay •t;ne pepper; mix thoroughly and keep in a tightly -covered bowl. To make sandwiches, slice your bread evenly, spread thinly with bn* ter, then spread with the pre pared ham, thickly or thinly, as suit- your taste; cni the slices across, and place the halves to gethet with the hum between. « !*icki« IMK. —thit up a large chicken , it is tough parboil it. Place your crust in a deep, well buttered puddirg dish ; then a layer of thin salt pork, and on that a layei i). chicken ; j**p»>er it; ohop up two or three haul-boiled eggs, and sprinkle some over the c'« ickcn ; then more pork, chicken and egg, until the chicken and hall' pound of pork is used up; pour in enough of the water in which it was parboiled to make a gravy ; cover with a crust; ornament it a little; bake an Lour, or longer if ihe pie is very large. Lemon Prunixo -—'Vine eggs, the whites beaten to a slii; froth, two lemons, the grated rind and juice, one pound of sugar three ounces or a little lets r f butter cream ed, one pint of milk and one and a half even tablospoouful of flour. Beat the yolks and .-ugar until very light, add the butter, with which the flour has been smoothly mixed, then the lemons, the milk and the eggs, which must be beaten in slowly, geuUv, and thoroughly. Bake in deep, pasi-Aned plates, and put in a quite hot oven, reducing the heat after the first eight « ten minutes. Tue Vreie Pretax, of Ran Antonio, telle of a ep< cies of ants found in this State which cake a honey o ;ual to any that is produced *>• bees. The little ins ct* store the honey, *i they leather it, in a pouch about the size f a email pea that is attached to the'i ooiliea. When this is full tliey march the cel's of their subterranean habitations, ami there unload. Thu Preen>' says that these aul-hiii» are as full of honey vs bee hives. and su "vests that they could bo lurned to the same practical food-produ- ii % u. o if similar care wc»« taken in htco Una wultivalinij the im-cu' In a little vtDage near Leeds, Wnj., may be seen the following; “ A Day Bkocl kept ' Blaise. 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