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&Ymm .OABIAL .JQlj&j TEttJBSDAY, DBOEMBm 8, 1898.
'
iTliOjfinnll,
Ho bns no, ground rent to pay, for
Redoes not build hi? bqusoupon any,
and asks no botler foundations for
what ho lives in than bis own back.
Being bis own landlord, bo is not
jiaiU) for bouso rent, nnd when bo is
pot inBido tfyemjiis apartments aro
unfurnished ones.
Where'er ho dwells ho dwells nlone;
Rtccpt himself litis cliattela nouo,
Well siitlnllod to bo hla own
Whole treasure.
Ho is tho despair of bis creditors,
for ho bus nothing to lovy upon, aud
H tho brokers oizo his bouso tboy
uiz him, too, and bo is none tho
worse, for bo was at homo as ho was.
Incoino tax collectors gnash their
tcoth over him, for if,tbeyassess him
on his bouso property-ho walks out
of it. It is bis freehold only so long
as ho remains within.
Onco outsido it is nothing, a mero
(shell, and no heading in any schedule
meets tbo caso. This is why, no
doubt, ho Bomotimes leaves his lodg
ings and goes into others to bafflo
tho commissioners and leave tho law
yers to tax "each other's costs at then
own exponso. Nor .does bo run uf
any bills.
Ho is his own hosier, hatter, tailor
and shoemaker, and as for bis food
he takes it where he finds it. If the
caterpillar tells him ho has no right
to eat tho cabbage, the snail replica
with a tu quoquo, and if tho earwig
protests against his coining into tho
lettuce bo nsks it to show its titlo tc
possession. Good Words.
A Simple Kcmcdy.
I saw n crowd collected around a
carriage in front of a doctor's office.
Pushing my way into the crowd, I
saw a very palo young man in the
carriage suffering from nose bleed
holding out tho forefingers of each
hand to a gentleman, evidently the
physician, who was engaged in tying
them together with a string placed
around tho last joint of each finger.
I asked him if that would cure tho
nose bleed, and ho answered curtly,
"Yes I" I waited a few minutes and
saw tho cure effected. A few days
later I tried tho remedy on my office
boy, who bad a severe caso of nose
bleed, and it cured him almost im
mediately.. I asked a regular physi
cian about it, and be replied gruffly,
"Hypnotism."
This I did not quite understand,
but it set me thinking. One evening
afterward a couple of young ladies,
tho daughters of ray next door neigh-
bor, who had been nenuiu , mux v
entertainment, returned homo in a
state of laughing hysteria-the ' gig
Kler" in Mrs. Jarley's waxworks had
been too much for them. I was called
in as a friend to seo what could be
done for them. It was no laughing
matter, for they were having spells
of fainting. I tied up their finger
joints with strings, telling them that
it would cure them, and it did.
Philadelphia Record.
JHm
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Tho Tact tlio Other Way.
It has lately been stated that some
oo orrn Prince Bismarck was anx
ious to induce tbo Duke of Edinburgh
to surrender his light to the (Saxe
Coburg) succession in conbideration
of a pecuniary indemnity. This
happens to be just the reverse of the
truth If Prince Bismarck had r6ally
entertained such a wish, the Duke of
Edinburgh would practically have
had no alternative but to acquiesce.
As a matter of fact however it was
Duke Alfred who desired to sell the
reversionary interest of himself and
hisson.andinlSIOAoqueenwen
to Baden-Baden ana uau " h".
See with the old Emperor William
tale hopo of being able to arrange
satisfactory terms After a great
deal of haggling the negotiaUons
fell through because tho duke stipu
lated for a sum paid down, whereas
the.Gqrman government xyould giyo
him only a liberal annuity. But
there, wi no anxiety at Berim to
conclude the. transaction.-London
Truth,
Jieaii the Om Cent Jouknai
AN OBLIGING MAN.
He Wm More Than Dell.lited to Lend
Unit Horse of Ills.
, They live on Dre.tel boulevard nnd aro
neighbors. One of them, tlio tall man,
owns a liorbo and bujrgy, while- tho short
man doesn't. The other day tho latter
felt as though a drive would do him
good, nnd hajrent over to tho tall man's
placo to borrow the rig.
"You are perfectly welcome to It,"
said the owner. "I believe in being
neighborly and accommodating, and you
can just go to the barn and take tho out
fit whenever you want it. Cut I think I
ought to tell you, to prevent accidents,
that tho horse has fits. Sometimes when
he's trotting along he'll rear up and fall
back in tho buggy and carry on awful.
Ho killed his last owner that way."
"Well, if that's tho case, perhaps I can
get nnother horse. I"
"Don't think of it. I will feel offend
ed if you don't take mine. I like to bo
ne! -hborly, and the horse needs exercise.
Ho has tho blind staggers, you know,
and sometimes he'll jump off a bridge or
run up against a locomotive. He killed
a couplo of old ladies a year ago by dis
puting the right of way with a freight
train. Buthe's a good horse, and I know
you'll enjoy driving him."
"I guess I will go to a livery stable
and"
"Don't do anything of tho kind. Times
are hard, and you're perfectly welcome
to my horse. Only when you're driving
him you'd better remember that if he
sees a telegraph polo ho is euro to become
unmanageable. It's singular, but that
horse can't bear the sight of a telegraph
polo. He just lies back in tho harness
and kicks tho buggy to pieces aud then
throws himbclf down and rolls over on
the ruins. He killed my uncle last
spring what? You won't take him?
Now, that's too bad. You're just as
welcome as the flowers in May and"
But the short man was over the fence
and out. Chicago Tribune.
Torever Lost to the World.
"Yes, I wrote a play onco," said the re
porter in the long brown overcoat, refill
ing his pipe.
"Did it ever get out on you?" inquired
the reporter with the Pete McCoy nose.
"I wroto it." said the other, "under an
inspiration such as comes to a man only
once or twice in a lifetime. Wrote it
nsnrltr nil nt nnfl slttlnc"
"Were you doing it on abet?" asked
tho reporter with tho big opal in his
necktie, "or bow was it?"
"I put that play in a drawer after I
had written it"
"And it's there yet," suggested the
night police reporter.
With a heavy sigh the reporter in the
long brown ulster rasped a match across
tbo sole of his shoe, lit his pipe and
looked with gloomy, lack luster eye at
the smoke curling sluggishly above bis
head. . .. , .,
"I put that play in a drawer, ne smu
slowly. "The mice got at it and ate up
tho third act-and-I-I didn't rewrite
it. The inspiration never came again.
Exchange.
Tift Pills
Regulate The Bowels.
Costlrene" deranges the whole arc
tem and begets diseases, such
Sick Headache,
Dyspepsia, Fevers, Kidney Diseases,
uuious uouo, .malaria, etc
Tntt'a Plllaprodac regular bablt of
body and Reed digestion, without
trblcb, bo one eaa enjoy Ko4lieAlUb
Sold Everywhere
A CHEERFUL HUFFIAN.
Careful.
"Savo me, save mol" she cried as her
head rose above water, and she grasped
a plank floating by. ,.,,'
"I beg your pardon," he repliedfrom
the bank, "but I want it to uo iuiiu-..j
understood that I am a married man
with seven children." .
"Yes yes, save met" she shrieked.
"Then there'll be no falling into my
arms and calling me preserver, will
there?"
"No, no, only save rael
"All right; I'll try. u i""""; ,
ha threw off his coat,
Baid just more uiv ,0 .... . --;-"..
"You seo," he
I was caught
, i ,) flint's TlOW
once ueiuru, .. v -
married. It maKe3 mo a mi. yu.
Tit-Bits.
Yet Uo Meant Well,
CARTERS
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pfU-S. ' "!
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1....1 nnticpnted
The young clergy wan u , ;.: ;A
aXastnomenttoactasBuh
SmeKTrUdeVell Sunday
mSng and preach to tho prisoners.
m?.My Wends," said the embarrassed
young man as he rose up and faced the
Sbled toughs and vagrants, t re
7'o.mv heart to see sowany of ou
joices m heart to Tnbune.
i.-a iiia innruiuui w- ra
ueto
He Could Take n Juke us Keadily as n i
Would I'luy One.
Among many famous characters
who mado men danco till they
dropped or mado them commit othei
queer antics, Curly Bill was prob
ably tho most picturesque Accord
ing to tho stories told-by P. II. Gale
of Indro, Curly Bill was a most ami
sblo and humorous ruffian antLcoulrt
tako a joke as well as make one with
ready cheerfulnc.
"A green sort of chap walked into
tho saloon where wa were all assem
bled," said Mr. Gale. "This was in
rombstone, you know, and no sooner
did Cm-ly Bill see him than he
thought ho would have some fun.
Going up to this long, lank, slab
Bided boy, Curly Bill said to him:
'You'll just 'muse the gents oy
dancing.'
Beforo you could sayJacKUoo-
Inson that chap jumped clear onto
the bar, and pulling out two .sis
Bhooters pointed them at Curly Bill,
saying: 'I'm just lookin for you.
Now dance by 1
"Did Curly Bill vdance? You bet
yer life he did, and many a time has
he told the story till tho tears ran
from his eyes with laughter. It
wasn't safe to fool with Curly Bill.
He was a peculiar kind of a chap,
and if he didn't take a liking to your
face or your clothes he'd as soon kill
you as not One day ho went to a
Frenchman, and gently tapping him
with his six shooters ebserved:
" 'Look a-here, you go and stand
on that hill outside of town all
night, and if I don't find you there in
the morning I'll kill you.isure as you
aro horn.'
"That Frenchman Btood there an
night, and when Curly Billitold bim
he might go ho left not only the hill,
but the town.
"The miners down at Tombstone
had notions to which it was danger
ous to run counter. They disliked
the Mormons, and if a man was
known to belong to inai boci m
chances to 1 ho would never leave
fVin piimn nlive.
"1 remember a teuow coming mw
u barroom and yelling that he was a
Mormon and could wipe out any
body The bartender, a tender heart
ed sort of achap, told him to be quiet.
The fellow bawled again. In a flash
a coil of rope was about his head,
ard he was being jerKeu to tuo ce
in" The barkeeper rushed out.
"Gents," said (he, 'the man is
drunk and don't know what he is
saying. Ho ain't responsible.
..rpi, otmin on the rone slackened,
and the Mormon was dropped on the
floor, where ho lay in a senses ucup.
His terrible escape, bad completely
sobered him. When he came to. the
barkeeper helped bun to his feet and
hid him. . .,
"When tho saloon was empty, no
gave him this piece of good advice;
For heaven's sake, get out of here I
1 can't answer ror your mo.
tallows may be back any moment
nud may have changed their minds.
1 don't want you to be hanged hero
w get up and git, and while you are
, ..-.. ' nvflr sav you aro a
IT! II1IM IAIU.I' " '
Mormon
cle.
THE-ILL- FATEDysMNC. STAR.
One or the Mott I'sthette Tragedies or the
Atlantic Coast.
One of the most ternblo tragedies
of the Atlantic coast was tho loss of
tho steamship Evening Star with 260
of her passengers and crow 240 miles
northeast of the Matanila reef, on
Oct 3, 1866. The Evening Star was
on her. way froin.New York to New
Orleans and was rolled about for a
long timo in a constantly increasing
Itorm. At 1 o'clock on the morning
of Oct 0 a vast mountain of water
fell on tho deck and stove in tbo
6tarboard, forward gangway. A bulk
head was hurriedly erected to keep
tho water out, hut it was swept
away. Four times tho crow rebuilt
the bulkhead, only to8eo thowaes
tear it away. Tho rudder was thrown
out of gear, and the sea mado a clean
breach over the ship.
Men and women abko helped to
bail tho water out of tho vessel, but
tho sea poured in irresistibly. The
captain told the passengers that
thero was Uttle hope left, but urged
them to be cool. Among the passen
gers were tho members of a French
opera company, and the prima donna '
worked at the buckets liko the rest.
Just about dawn the captain sol
emnly addressed the crew and pas
sengers. Ho told them that the ship
must go down. Men and women
rushed about the dock yelling, tear
ing their clothes off and plunging
into the seething 6ea. Thero were
several lifeboats, but they could not
be lowered in such waves. So the
boats remained on tho dock and
wero loaded with people, who wait
ed for tho Evening Star to sink.
The captain wept and bado farewell
to his companions, xno crew main
tained good dibciplino. In an hour
the ship gavo a lurch and plunged
down into the ocean. Tho crowded
Ufeboats wore sucked under, and tho
sea was full of men and women call
ing in vain for help. Scores of them
wore crushed into shapeless masses
bythedriftw,ood that swirled around
tho wreck. Tho ast person to leave
the ship beforo she sank was an Ital
ian prima donna, who waited calmly
until all hopo was gone, nnd when
she felt tho first convulsion of the
vessel as it prepared to go down she
raised her hands, moved her lips as
if in prayer and plunged into the
wnteis, never to oe bucu
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PAPER HANGING,
Natural Wood Finishing,
Cor, 50th anil Clieracketa Street.
Geo. Foudrich, -1
CASH MARKET
nest meatnul tree delivery
136 btate Street.
J.E. MUHP11Y.
- Brick and Tile-
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Take It!
EVENING JOURNAL,
Only 2 cent a day delivered at
your door.
Fresh-
.Newsr
Paoers-
Fruits-
nnd Cnndics.
I L. BENNETT & SON.
P. O. Blook.
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'jH Uo h a iot a I'd ouiJtutj
.n.il u..virt Wt- lu.i to lli
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KOKTH SALLM
Meat Market. :
KresUweaU and lowest prlctaj
roanng
again.
Only a fow wero eaved. Tney
drifted around without food or
drink, half .road with fear, until they
wero picked up. -New York Horald.
tRnn FranClSCO jiuvur
Hovt to Slioot a Ilattler.
Tho writer saw an Indian kill a
rattlesnake in a very peculiar man
n.r recently. Tho rattler was about
10 feet from tlio Indian, who was
resting tho rifle on his kneo, appar
ently takinsr aim.
Whenever ho moved tho weapon n
few inches, tbo bnako would move
around and ,got exactly in lino with
it Then, to show bow tbo thing was
done tbo Indian moved about tho
Bnako in a circle, and tho reptile
moved as if bis tail wero a pivot, al
ways keeping bis head and body in
u ,;n. tim pnn. Tbo Indian then
agreed to bandage bis oyos and shoot
fTin onnko in the mouth.
Tho writer bandaged tbo Indian's
eyes, and, holding tho gun by liis
Bide at arm's length, tho latter pulled
tho trigger, and tho ball ontored the
snake's mouth and passed tbo wholo
length of his boay.
t'How did you toko aim!" was tho
qU'io pnako bo tako aim," was tho
We have talked with an old hunt
er on this proposition, and ho claimB
that a rattlesnako will always range
directly in lino with a gun or stick
minted at it.-uarson yv
Miss Lea Van Dyclt, formerly of the
3ostonians, has joined "Tho Littlo Ty
oon" company, Miss Van Dyck, who in
in excellent soprano, will head an oper
ttic organization of her own noxt year.
"Mrs. Grundy, Jr.," which Charles
"rohman's comedians will produce In
7ashinj:ton during Christmas week, is
Jlvdo Fitch's adaptation of "Corrlgan
Versus Corrlgan," which ran for over a
;car at tho Cluny in Paris.
K113 nl Prlemla.
Tho Princess of Wulcs spends much
timo with Piincefes Holeno d'Orleans,
who is a very gieut fnvoiito with her
royal highnchs und is not only nil ex
ceedingly pretty, graceful ami stately
yirl, hut the possessor ot much fuscitm
tiou of maiintr and of tho most charm
ing disposition.
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ALnKHT,
Cashier.
(in imrmved Heal Kstale. In aniouiU'sBfl
time to suit. .Nodelay In considering 1.J
FEAR it FORD
Iioom 12. Hush llauk block. Wwl
OF SALEM.
MYSTERIES!
u 8.r ",' told No. 3 that No,
Ivne'cted tohave the Bayleys In the
i,Cn Avnrv dav. and No,
CURE
dent to a bilious sUte ofJh!JyRe,Sesiftfter
Diz-ine Nausea. P"'1" ! tUeirtnost
eaUue, Pain In the Bide, c. While 1 iue r
wm Lablo suocess h beenahown to cunns
SICK
Headache, yet Cxmn't IrmxJ Z$&
are eaually Taluable In . Constipai on.
andTWtto:ttlannoy...sv-. t-iw
Etm kf Aey only cured
HEAD
m JTJimui to those
-cha t.r would bo tf SifflffftSpUlnti
who aulfer from th w O""! not end
Sit fortunstelrthj"' JSthenT will And
her, and those "ho once to nr.. (
these Wt pills iV.W; ?J Twltnout tbtm.
they wtll eot be wllllns to da ww
tiutaHeraU sick; bead
ACHE
Is the bane of ! StowS-
w mska our reat boa. " t"
... rrl.-irt.
ill IF " 'V-
JlHlf-
LilJr"
ML.fflHUfr1 "
w make our. irreat
while others do aos.
small
nue oBraoo "- oertana"
. .1 -i !. HrownS
Scene-Entrance nan
after one of their Pg R8 usual)
Jonea (the ; lait to depn what
What a delicious u....-,
l9JtCr-Th1lea!h:!!
Tliey Escape.
ifallmeinvnoKet roarT,eu
endless torture? gome of
M..fS-- -
,w it was all up with No. 1 and
SoScrS-NaUdthat
U was as much as ha couw uo w i
IVnt Wmsolf from being token in ex
SS and that it was. nearly kiltog
Soor dear wife, and so it went on
SS-tagand increasing until it got
increasing u ,,fitective police
had taken up the gentleman who
fifed atNo.l for killing his poor
London 'llt-yiw
Inherited.
.. ...l.n nnnliod tO tDO
The small uu """r''v.cciuati
ftyaciau .r -- .
: i.-iiit- tflnnu tup mt"
a '
SVtnotwlTb.tandln.t
riiinaco physician to be v
Luicat," t'"j , hnaoc
wna bo brigm !-"
"Jta."."
-J53
along. Uttle boyi
Tiir' no new
You'll never catch
to vacciumo , --. p
I'tbing. ""
unyl
'TrswerdoreriadVr
impolite to "WW d(tfed f)r am0.
The lribuiu"- -- , cirei mum, 1
ment anu "-", But oi
Tha Nervous System the Seal
of Life and Mind. Recent
Wonderful Discoveries.
Wn mvsterr lias ever compared with that a
l,.VmJn'llre "t has been the Itudlrigsubjec;
?SS?sslonal 1 ru-warch and study In all Ke
?..th.tandln thU fact It .Is not gener
any tnum
Hint tho sea1
or llfelsloca
till In tho up
per port of tlii
splnul cord
near the Imw
of the brain
atlU bO Millkl
tire Is IliU
portion of Ihi
nirvous s)fc
tem that .
tlioprlcli of
in eillo will
cause Instuul
dtulh.
.. .---. .tmAfitrntd that
Recent dlseorerio 113... i--"'V';Ti con.
nerrenuld are ai-i ," u, .he nilnal
meinbered lllit ' "'1 '.,, ojy i,0w
the injureu iy-,- lroro rea.h'nir Hit
prevented by 11 J " f t uuennwxl l.;
piraMdportloii.11 wii center. .HI
,,e "?ftJmen "'" varl(Mikor.n
Vitu Jnc. Sj The wonderful kuicewof
R!r,tlirNervUel.dufloth.
lr
HOUSE Painting, Decorating,
H Hard Wood Finishing,
ir 'darrs7eiel.htruir,r,n!u:
Scnce 2nr-"lem Mom? lUt.way. orth Bajem
iSSJve "orders at uleiuer a lllosrs. 1 l-d
lMtOFBiSlONAl. AND llOSlNKSSOAltDB.
.. u'aiiov o u.mauM.
mmmm
.ate.
TranraMsa Ktneral banklna; buslnfss.
ompt attenl I n pal.1 tij :""""'?
made. K chunije liutit and sold on the
i.ni.1 aI nf tlm Ull Id
"r " -- .1 UivTllf.
w. a' ucsick,
J. li.AIUKBT.
Ulrtctors,
VanDuyw.
IS. M.i liolHK,
VV, W, MAKTIH.
II. V. MAITIIBWS,
OLINGER & RIGDONfl
Undertakers and IMmU
Cablnut work and renalrlsf .
Court btrcet, Ouuoslta Opera JHdusf , ,
BAl.KM,
OllSQOMl
if,fts!
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U.aaKltAlw.neyailawlem.Ore.
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Steamer flltona
FOR POBTLAND.
Uaves Ilolf dock Mo1i,r?i?di
and Krldaj s 7:1V a. in., arriving In 1'orttand at
I ft n tn.
W I . . .,... TilftlilllVM.
KKTUIININO, leaves nriu i
Tuursdayi and Saturday at a a. in.
Fast I'mo for paseii.er aervlce; no way
landtn.frehtbt handled.
IICJU.NI) 'l 1111' (unlimited) 1100 Oneway,
II.Zj.
mica us aa CBNTH
for freluht rates nnd tick' U ap ly to IIIU h
-II. Wrl.Ul A Co., Ilolinan Woes. 11 -ln
TliFOiii
ir
k iJTIffli " 1
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TO 1
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VV irmit-ut omce, rooms ,. ,.,.
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flijfsliUnai'O
coNTKAcrorta & plabtbkbbh.
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6.Halein,Ureon.
Rheumttrim,
Lumbago, f cmtlcf
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SALT LAKE. DENVER
OMAHA, KANSAS-CITY,
CHICAGO. ST, LOUKI
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EASTERN CITIES'.
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